Britain last held a state funeral in 1965 for the country's wartime prime minister Winston Churchill.
In the six decades since, Britain's global reach has been much diminished and its place in the modern world has become less certain.
But the country has dug deep into its centuries of tradition to honour the only monarch that most Britons have ever known.
*diminish: 줄어들다, 약해지다
*dig deep: 깊이 파고들다
 But now more than 2,000 people, including heads of state from US President Joe Biden to Japan's reclusive Emperor Naruhito, packed Westminster Abbey, whose 1,000-year history has been tied to royal coronations, marriages and funerals.
*coronation: (새 왕의) 대관식
2. KBS’ ‘National Singing Contest’ opens 2nd chapter with comedian Kim Shin-young as new host
기사요약: 1980년 11월부터 42년동안 이어진 KBS의 장수프로그램 전국노래자랑을 이끌어온 국민 MC 송해가 지난 6월 별세했다. 그의 뒤를 이어 38세 코미디언 김신영이 제8대 진행자로 발탁됐다.
 After the passing of veteran emcee Song Hae in June, those who grew up watching KBS’ music show “National Singing Contest” has been mired in sorrow. At the same time, all eyes were on who will continue the legacy of the 42-year-old program.
*passing: 소멸, 죽음; (시간의) 경과
*mire: 진흙탕, (곤경에) 빠지다
 Many veteran emcees with careers spanning over 30 years were mentioned as Song’s possible successor, but the Korean broadcaster announced last month that comedian Kim Shin-young, 38, was chosen as the longest-running program’s new host in 34 years.
*span: 기간에 걸치다
 As the program’s signature xylophone sounds signaled the contest’s official opening, the 38-year-old presenter, who was decked out in a black tuxedo and white shirt, belted out "National!" followed by the audience's "Singing Contest!" in response.
*decked out: 치장하다
*belt out: 힘차게 노래부르다