IN vs AT
* in は広いところ、囲われているエリア
When talking about location, in is generally used for a larger area where there are numerous specific locations possible
I am in the United States.
I am in my backyard.
I am at the intersection of Hollywood and Vine [streets].
--The preposition at is generally used for a specific location or thing.
I am at the Empire State Building.
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spooky (adj) strange and frightening
Her house looks spooky.
This is a spooky story.
Synonyms for folklore include tales and myths.
folklore (nouN) the traditional stories, beliefs, and customs of a group of people
myth (noun) a traditional story, esp. one which explains the early history or a cultural belief or practice of a group of people, or explains a natural event
comrade- [kom-rad, -rid] 仲間
tribute (noun) respect or admiration for someone, or a formal event at which respect and admiration are expressed
pay (a) tribute to… …に賛辞を呈する, …に敬意を表する.
The memorial pays tribute to Africans brought here as slaves.
An actress made the headline when she died.
longevity (noun) a long life
Longevity is common among Japanese.
I think I will get some illnesses/ (noun)
ill (adj) I think I will be ill./ get ill.