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belong
~에 속하다
My son, the creature you saw is an Ox, and it belongs to the farmer.
big

"It was big, like a mountain, and it had a long tail, horns on its head, and hooves that were split in two!"
come across
우연히 마주치다
"Father, I just came across a scary creature!"
farmer
농부
"My son, the creature you saw is an Ox, and it belongs to the farmer."
father
아버지
One day, a frog hopped to his father, who was sitting by a pool.
frog
개구리
One day, a frog hopped to his father, who was sitting by a pool.
head
머리
"It was big, like a mountain, and it had a long tail, horns on its head, and hooves that were split in two!"
hoof
발굽
The horse had metal shoes on its hooves.
in fact
사실은
in fact, I can make myself just as big as he!
little
조금
So, the little frog watched his father blow himself a little bigger.
ox
황소
My son, the creature you saw is an ox, and it belongs to the farmer.
pause
잠시 멈추다
Father Frog paused
pride
자만심
This fable tells us that too much pride can lead to trouble.
scary
무서운
"Father, I just came across a scary creature!"
split
나누다
"It was big, like a mountain, and it had a long tail, horns on its head, and hooves that were split in two!"
adult
어른
Have you heard adults talking about taxes?
charge
(요금을) 청구하다
The government can also collect taxes by charging extra money when you buy goods at a store.
everyone
모든 사람
In this way, public places are owned by everyone!
extra
추가의
The government can also collect taxes by charging extra money when you buy goods at a store.
government
정부
A tax is money people pay to the government.
income
소득
This kind of tax is called an income tax.
library
도서관
The library has many books.
open
열린
Taxes keep these places open and running.
pay
지불하다
Were the adults talking about having to pay money?
road

Do you travel on roads?
run
운영하다
Taxes keep these places open and running.
school
학교
Do you go to a public school?
society
사회
Paying taxes is important because the money is used to pay for things in society.
tax
세금
A tax is money people pay to the government.
ceremony
의식
Native Americans also use plants as a part of ceremonies.
for
~위한
You may also know the other name for Dine, which is Navajo.
ground

Because of my work, I designed the grounds at the National Museum exhibit for the American Indian.
medicine

Specifically, I show them which plants can be used for food and medicine.
museum
박물관
This museum is in Washington D.C.
Native American
북미 원주민
I am a Native American.
nature
자연
Native Americans are very connected to nature.
other
다른
You may also know the other name for Dine, which is Navajo.
relationship
관계
This means I study the relationship between people and plants.
specific
특정한
specifically, I show them which plants can be used for food and medicine.
very
매우
Native Americans are very connected to nature.
willow
버드나무
For example, the grounds include plants like dogwood, bloodroot, willow, and cattails.
before
전에
before they started to eat, one friend had an idea.
chance
가능성, 기회
Then, we can see the chances of getting one type of candy.
chocolate
초콜릿
Two friends bought mint candy, two friends bought chocolate candy, and five friends bought caramel candy each.
front
앞쪽의
The boy stands at the front of the classroom.
happen
일어나다
Probability shows the chances of something happening.
idea
생각
Before they started to eat, one friend had an idea.
mint
박하
Two friends bought mint candy, two friends bought chocolate candy, and five friends bought caramel candy each.
out of
~중에
"So, the probability of getting a mint candy is 2 out of 9."
park
공원
The friends went to a park.
person
사람
"There are two mint candies and nine people."
probability
확률
This is probability.
set
놓다
Let’s set the candy in front of us.
type
종류, 유형
"Then, we can see the chances of getting one type of candy."
apple
사과
The boys picked apples in the orchard.
basket
바구니
Each boy filled a basket with apples.
count
세다
At the end of the day, the farmer counted the number of apples in each boy’s basket.
end

At the end of the day, the farmer counted the number of apples in each boy’s basket
equal
같다
The number of his apples equaled the number of the first boy’s apples.
farm
농장
Four boys worked on a farm.
fill
채우다
Each boy filled a basket with apples.
first
첫째
The number of apples in the basket was less than the number of apples in the first boy’s basket.
forward
앞으로
The first boy stepped forward.
however
하지만
however, the number of his apples was greater than the number of the other boys’ apples.
less
더 적은
The number of apples in the basket was less than the number of apples in the first boy’s basket.
orchard
과수원
The boys picked apples in the orchard.
pick
따다
The boys picked apples in the orchard.
with
~로, ~와 함께
Each boy filled a basket with apples.
athlete
운동선수
However, she will always be remembered as an amazing athlete.
basketball
농구
Tiger Woods plays golf, Lebron James plays basketball, and Usain Bolt sprints.
cancer

Sadly, in 1956, Babe died of cancer.
excel
뛰어나다
In 1911, a girl was born who would grow up to excel in many sports.
golf
골프
Tiger Woods plays golf, Lebron James plays basketball, and Usain Bolt sprints.
grow up
자라다
In 1911, a girl was born who would grow up to excel in many sports.
medal
메달
At the 1932 Olympics, Babe won two gold medals and one silver medal.
outfit

She sewed many of her sports outfits!
participate
참여하다
Babe also participated in track and field.
quit
그만두다
Babe quit high school to play basketball.
sew
바느질하다
For example, she was good at sewing.
sprint
전력 질주하다
Tiger Woods plays golf, Lebron James plays basketball, and Usain Bolt sprints.
tournament
시합
She won many tournaments.
win
이기다, 따다
At the 1932 Olympics, Babe won two gold medals and one silver medal.
bit
조금
Marcal Small Steps knows every little bit of recycling helps save the earth.
clean
깨끗한
However, trees also help keep the air clean.
company
회사
Some companies also make products from recycled material.
healthy
건강한
So, more trees equal a healthier earth!
manufacture
제조하다
Marcal manufacturing is an American paper company.
material
재료
Some companies also make products from recycled material.
napkin
냅킨
Marcal Small Steps makes products like tissues and napkins.
paper
종이
Many schools and businesses recycle paper.
role model
역할 모델
Marcal is a role model for recycling!
section
부분
Marcal added a section to its company in 2009.
throw away
버리다
The company collects paper thrown away by Americans.
tissue
화장지, 얇은 종이
Marcal Small Steps makes products like tissues and napkins.
tree
나무
Marcal was one of the first companies to understand the importance of saving trees.
understand
이해하다
Marcal was one of the first companies to understand the importance of saving trees.
advertisement
광고
The advertisement said the laws of gravity were different at the Mystery Spot!
barn
헛간
The Mystery Spot includes a barn and a hill.
curious
궁금한
I was curious, so I went there.
disrupt
지장을 주다
This means the laws of gravity are not being disrupted.
face
직면하다
The ramp looked like it was facing up.
floor
바닥
The floor of the barn is tilted.
gravity
중력
The advertisement said the laws of gravity were different at the Mystery Spot!
height

The Mystery Spot also changed the appearance of people’s height.
hill
언덕
The Mystery Spot includes a barn and a hill.
illusion
환상
The Mystery Spot’s unusual happenings are optical illusions.
lean
기울이다
Inside the barn, people looked like they were leaning at odd angles.
mystery
미스터리
It was called The mystery Spot.
odd
이상한
Inside the barn, people looked like they were leaning at odd angles.
spot
장소
It was called The Mystery spot.
tilt
기울다
The floor of the barn is tilted.
egg

A penguin will look for a partner when it’s time to lay eggs.
excellent
탁월한
However, penguins are excellent swimmers.
female
여성의, 암컷의
A female penguin lays her eggs in the snow.
fish
물고기
They eat fish, squid, krill, and other sea animals.
flipper
지느러미발
They move through the ocean using their flippers.
graceful
우아한
However, they look graceful when they swim.
krill
크릴
They eat fish, squid, krill, and other sea animals.
most
대부분
most penguins live in the extreme cold, in Antarctica.
partner
파트너
A penguin will look for a partner when it’s time to lay eggs.
penguin
펭귄
A penguin is a bird that does not fly.
search
찾다
When penguins are not searching for food, they live together on land.
social
사회적인
Penguins are social birds.
squid
오징어
They eat fish, squid, krill, and other sea animals.
waddle
뒤뚱뒤뚱 걷다
Penguins waddle when they walk.
although
~이긴 하지만
although the water may never reach the surface, the roots of some plants can stretch down into the springs.
evaporate
증발하다
However, as soon as the rain stops, the water quickly evaporates.
grow
자라다
The plant needs water to grow.
may
~일 수도 있다
Water may reach a desert by rainfall, rivers, or underground springs.
millimeter
밀리미터
In fact, some deserts get only one millimeter of rain per year!
often
자주
However, deserts often have sources of water.
rainfall
강우
Water may reach a desert by rainfall, rivers, or underground springs.
reach
도달하다
Water may reach a desert by rainfall, rivers, or underground springs.
receive
받다
Most deserts receive very little rain.
source
근원
However, deserts often have sources of water.
spring

Water may reach a desert by rainfall, rivers, or underground springs.
storm
폭풍
The storms can be quite strong and even dangerous.
stretch
뻗다
Although the water may never reach the surface, the roots of some plants can stretch down into the springs.
underground
지하의
Water may reach a desert by rainfall, rivers, or underground springs.
water

Do you think of water when you think of a desert?
block
막다
The oil blocks the animals’ airways.
danger
위험
Do you know why whales are in danger?
donate
기부하다
People can donate money and time to help protect these large creatures.
fat
지방
Whale fat was also used for oil.
illegal
불법적인
However, some people still hunt whales even though it is illegal.
oil
기름
Whale fat was also used for oil.
pollution
오염
Two things threatening whales are poachers and pollution.
save
구하다
Have you heard people talking about saving the whales?
spill
쏟다
One cause of pollution in the ocean is oil spills.
talk
말하다
Have you heard people talking about saving the whales?
threaten
위협하다
Two things threatening whales are poachers and pollution.
whale
고래
Have you heard people talking about saving the whales?
among
~의 가운데에
He was looking for food among the hens.
bend
굽히다
The rooster bent low and pulled the object out from beneath the straw.
beneath
아래에
He could just see it beneath some straw.
corn
옥수수
"However, I would rather have a piece of corn than a peck of pearls!"
hen
암탉
He was looking for food among the hens.
lie
누워 있다
Suddenly, the rooster noticed something lying on the ground.
low
낮게
The rooster bent low and pulled the object out from beneath the straw.
once
언젠가
There was once a rooster walking in a farmyard.
pearl
진주
He looked at it and realized the object was a pearl!
piece
한 부분, 한 개
"However, I would rather have a piece of corn than a peck of pearls!"
prize
귀하게 여기다
"You may be a treasure, to the people who prize you."
rooster
수탉
There was once a rooster walking in a farmyard.
straw

He could just see it beneath some straw.
treasure
보물
"You may be a treasure, to the people who prize you."
cart
수레
Some paintings showed simple things, like a farm cart.
collection
모음, 소장품
One day, Mussorgsky saw a collection of Victor’s paintings.
composer
작곡가
Modest Mussorgsky was a Russian composer of music.
gate

Another image showed the gates of a Russian palace.
note
음표
It had some low notes and squeaky notes.
painter
화가
Victor was a painter.
palace
궁전
Another image showed the gates of a Russian palace.
reflect
반영하다
Mussorgsky decided to write each piece of music so it reflected the feelings caused by the image.
Russian
러시아인
Modest Mussorgsky was a russian composer of music.
show
보여주다
Each painting showed an image from Russian life.
slow
느린
For example, the piece of music for the farm cart started slowly.
squeak
끼익 하는 소리를 내다
It had some low notes and squeaky notes.
through
~사이로
It sounded like a cart being pulled through mud.
wall

Eleven of Victor’s paintings hung on the wall.
wonderful
훌륭한
It caused people to have wonderful feelings when they looked at the images.
admire
감탄하며 바라보다
A rich man, the Duke of Rudling, had always admired Lassie.
buy
사다
She buys a small gift.
continue
계속되다
World War I continued.
dog

Lassie was a Collie, which is a type of dog.
escape
도망가다
So, Lassie escaped from her cage and returned to Joe.
family
가족
Still, Lassie brought much love to Joe and his family.
hardship
어려움
After many hardships, Lassie finally made it to Joe’s schoolyard.
heartbroken
비통해하는
Joe was heartbroken without Lassie and Lassie missed Joe too.
include
포함하다
Many people were poor, including Joe’s parents.
love
사랑
Still, Lassie brought much love to Joe and his family.
miss
그리워하다
Joe was heartbroken without Lassie and Lassie missed Joe too.
much
많은
Still, Lassie brought much love to Joe and his family.
schoolyard
운동장
Every day, Lassie would go to Joe’s schoolyard and wait for Joe.
war
전쟁
The time was during World war I.
without
~없이
Joe was heartbroken without Lassie and Lassie missed Joe too.
adopt
입양하다
Karen was a peasant girl who was adopted by an old lady.
church
교회
Karen wore the red shoes to church.
dance
춤추다
Karen danced a few steps and she soon realized she could not stop.
desperation
필사적임
She cried in desperation.
joy
기쁨
The angel touched Karen and filled her heart with joy.
lady
숙녀
Karen was a peasant girl who was adopted by an old lady.
lovely
사랑스러운
The princess was wearing a pair of lovely red shoes.
mercy
자비
One Sunday, Karen cried for mercy.
mind
정신
It was as if the shoes had a mind of their own.
pair
한 쌍
The princess was wearing a pair of lovely red shoes.
peasant
소작농
Karen was a peasant girl who was adopted by an old lady.
rose
장미
This time, the angel returned holding some roses.
shoe
신발
He wears these shoes to run.
soldier
군인
A soldier saw Karen’s red shoes.
touch
만지다
The angel touched Karen and filled her heart with joy.
different
다른
"Our favorite animals are different," said Mitch.
discuss
~에 대해 상의하다
Later, the boys discussed similarities between their favorite animals.
drink
마시다
For example, both monkeys and lions need water for drinking.
energy
에너지
"Lions, monkeys, and all animals also need food for energy."
fruit
과일
The monkeys were eating leaves, fruits, and small animals.
habitat
서식지
"Both types of animals also need to be in their proper habitats."
later
나중에
later, the boys discussed similarities between their favorite animals.
leaf
나뭇잎
The monkeys were eating leaves, fruits, and small animals.
lion
사자
Mitch’s favorite animal was the lion.
monkey
원숭이
David’s favorite animal was the monkey.
proper
적절한
"Both types of animals also need to be in their proper habitats."
raw
날것의
The lions were eating raw meat.
similarity
유사성
Later, the boys discussed similarities between their favorite animals.
the wild
야생
"This is so they feel like they are at home in the wild."
zoo
동물원
One day, the boys went to the zoo.
attach
붙이다
They even attach themselves to waste!
combination
조합
It is a combination of a fungus and seaweed.
fungus
곰팡이류
It is a combination of a fungus and seaweed.
gauge
측정기
Lichens are like a pollution gauge!
lichen
지의류,이끼
Have you heard of lichens?
powerful
강력한
Lichens are powerful living things!
rainforest
우림
Lichens are also found in the arctic and in rainforests.
react
반응하다
The chemicals in lichens react with minerals in the rock.
rock
바위
For example, lichens are often found on rocks.
seaweed
해초
It is a combination of a fungus and seaweed.
soil

This means they can survive without soil.
surface
표면
Lichens absorb water through their surfaces because they do not have a root system.
therefore
그러므로
therefore, scientists can tell how much pollution is in the air.
unusual
특이한
Lichens can survive in unusual places.
waste
쓰레기
They even attach themselves to waste!
bowl
사발
The meat is served on pitas or in bowls.
dip
담그다
People dip some pieces of bread into the cheese and then eat them.
dish
요리
A kebab is a type of meat dish.
flavor
맛, 향
These spices add flavor!
fork
포크
This food is fun to eat because the bread is dipped into the cheese using a long fork!
grill
석쇠로 굽다
Traditionally, a kebab was made from roasted or grilled lamb.
lamb
양고기
Traditionally, a kebab was made from roasted or grilled lamb.
meat
고기
A kebab is a type of meat dish.
pot
냄비
Fondue is a melted cheese and it is heated in a big pot.
rice

A curry is a meal made of meats, vegetables, rice, and curry.
roast
굽다
Traditionally, a kebab was made from roasted or grilled lamb.
serve
(음식을) 내오다
A common food served in Turkey is the kebab.
spice
향신료
This popular Indian food is also a spice.
tradition
전통
Traditionally, a kebab was made from roasted or grilled lamb.
believe
믿다
The children believed that Santa Claus was real.
create
만들다, 창조하다
He helped to create some National Parks.
eagle
독수리
For example, it has deer, moose, bears, and eagles.
moose
무스
For example, it has deer, moose, bears, and eagles.
national
국립의
A national Park is a place that protects wild animals and their habitats.
preserve
보존하다
The purpose of each park is to preserve wild animals.
president
대통령
Theodore Roosevelt was a famous American president.
protect
보호하다
A National Park is a place that protects wild animals and their habitats.
purpose
목적
The purpose of each park is to preserve wild animals.
right
권리
This is because Americans believe wild animals have a right to be on the land
roam
돌아다니다
Visitors often see grizzly bears and mountain goats roaming in the park.
safe
안전한
He believed wild animals should have a safe place to live.
should
~해야 한다
He believed wild animals should have a safe place to live.
visitor
방문객
visitors often see grizzly bears and mountain goats roaming in the park.
wild
야생의
A National Park is a place that protects wild animals and their habitats.
clothes

Do you have clothes made of silk?
cocoon
고치
The silkworm makes a cocoon using silk.
discover
발견하다
Silk was first discovered by ancient Chinese people.
fiber
섬유
Silk is a fiber.
gem
보석
He gave her a precious gems as her birthday present.
horse

Silk was traded for gold, gems, and even horses.
impact
영향
A little insect can have a big impact on the world!
mouth

A silkworm makes silk using organs in its mouth.
organ
기관, 장기
A silkworm makes silk using organs in its mouth.
precious
귀중한
Silk was a very precious material.
route

The trading route became known as the Silk Road.
textile
옷감, 직물
They used the thread to make clothing and textiles.
thread

They used the thread to make clothing and textiles.
unwind
(감긴 것을) 풀다
The ancient Chinese unwound the cocoons of silkworms.
wear
입다
Originally, only very rich people could wear silk.
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