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주 7일 빵가게 문을 열면 벌금?
Cedric Vaivre owns the only bakery in the small French village of Lusigny-sur-Barse. Last summer, Vaivre decided to keep his business open every day of the week to serve visitors to the area.
1352
미트볼
You may not know it, but March 9 is a day to celebrate the meatball. That’s right. It’s International Meatball Day!
1351
나무가 철보다 강할 수 있나?
Researchers say they have created a new super-material in the laboratory. They say it is stronger, lighter and costs less than steel.
1350
선물에 대해 흠을 잡지 말라
While holidays are celebrated in different ways, many have something in common -- gift-giving! And who doesn't like to get a present.
1349
운전
Today, we talk about expressions that began behind the wheels of automobiles. Now they are common expressions that we use in everyday conversations.
1348
자동차
The United States is a big country with many, many roads. Many, if not most, Americans depend on motor vehicles to get from place to place.
1347
원숭이에서 감자까지
On today’s program we will talk about several very common expressions. Even though these expressions use simple language, English learners may find them difficult to understand.
1345
건초를 묶는 철사
Today, we are going on a make-believe trip to the countryside to learn about a word that comes from something used on a farm -- haywire.
1344
휴대폰 방사선
Two United States government studies of cellphone radiation have found a weak link to an increased risk of cancer in animals.
1343
돼지고기
Today we talk about animals--and animals we eat. In English, these two categories often have different names. Pigs turn into pork.