CNN Student News, 2014/03/26
- Landslide in Washington State
- iReport interviews of Michelle Obama
- It covered a square mile and killed at least 14 people.
- It becomes very, very heavy and the soil begins to soak and gravity just pulls it down and when you get those very steep slopes, too steep to support it, the slope falls and that`s where you get your mudslide and that`s exactly what has happened.(아~~~~~~)
- And I studied abroad in Kyoto, Japan, for one year, back in 2008-2009.(abroad in, back in)
- Try to enter the experience with no preconceived notions about the country you`re going to or the people in that country.(country와 people을 수식하는 어구가붙는데 미묘하게 다르네~~ 외워두자)
- My question for you is where did you receive your first passport stamp and how that experience impact the person that you are today?(질문할 때 좋은 표현인듯, 오늘날의 너에게~~)
- And he didn`t blink an eye in paying for that trip.
- Student loans might help, but as things stand now, the average debt for college graduates who got student loans is more than $27,000.(미국도 상황이 비슷하구만...)
- But some say, it`s worth it because in the long run, there`s a return on investment in the form of higher earnings, and many students believe grad school will give them a leg up when they start looking for a job.
- The current model resembles a dictatorship.
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