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영 어 문 1. 다음 빈칸에 들어갈 표현으로 가장 적절한 것은? My father will be furious when he hears that I have crashed his car. He will . ① go through the roof ② be over the moon ③ go up in the world ④ go down the drain 문 2. 다음 빈칸에 들어갈 표현으로 가장 적절한 것은? The great artist is thus a(an) figure. He has, as Frost said, a lover’s quarrel with the world. In pursuing his perceptions of reality, he must often sail against the currents of his time. This is not a popular role. ① sociable ② cordial ③ shrewd ④ solitary 문 3. 다음 대화 내용 중 가장 어색한 것은? ① A: Do you think you could possibly water my house-plants for me? I'm away on business for two weeks. B: No problem. I'll keep an eye on your whole flat if you like. ② A: I could kick myself. As soon as I'd handed in the paper, I remembered what the answer was. B: But you still passed the test. That sometimes happens for me too. ③ A: I can't stand the sight of him. That journey was absolute hell all because of his irresponsible behavior! B: I must admit, I'm keen on him, either. ④ A: He invited quite a few friends to his party. B: I'll say. We had to fight our way through millions of people to get to the drinks. 문 4. 다음 빈칸에 들어갈 표현으로 가장 적절한 것은? His ________ mother was willing to let him do anything he wanted. ① fastidious ② tenacious ③ indulgent ④ affluent A형 6 쪽 문 5. 밑줄 친 부분과 의미가 가장 가까운 것은? He is very witty, but does not play to the gallery: some of his more recondite jokes could bring on climate change. ① flagrant ② sophisticated ③ impertinent ④ subliminal 문 6. 다음 중 문법상 바른 것을 고르시오. ① Whatever he leaves the house, he always takes an umbrella. ② Many people have the belief which the economy will get better. ③ Despite he was sleepy, he kept watching TV. ④ Mrs. Johns made the room cleaned by her daughter. 문 7. 다음 밑줄 친 부분 중 어법상 어색한 것을 고르시오. These days, many people find themselves too dependent on digital devices, unable to remember phone numbers or birthdays without them. They prefer ①to store such information on their cell phones or computers rather than use their heads, ②which leads to a condition known as digital dementia, or forgetfulness. In our modern society, people simply aren't required to remember this kind of information because their digital devices do it for them. Due to such dependency, people who often use devices such as cell phones, PDAs and navigation ③is more likely to develop digital dementia. To avoid this problem, experts suggest remembering important phone numbers in your head, and ④concentrating when reading magazines or newspapers. 문 8. 다음 문장이 들어갈 위치로 가장 적절한 곳은? The roots of the trees provide channels down which the water flows, deep into the ground. The water flashing off the land suddenly disappeared when it reached the belts of trees the farmers had planted. [A] This prompted a major research programme, which produced the following astonishing results: water sinks into the soil under trees at 67 times the rate at which it sinks into the soil under grass. [B] The soil there becomes a sponge, a reservoir which sucks up water and then releases it slowly. [C] In the pastures, by contrast, the small sharp hooves of the sheep puddle the ground, making it almost impermeable, a hard pan off which the rain gushes. [D] ① [A] ② [B] ③ [C] ④ [D] 문 9. 주어진 우리말을 영어로 가장 잘 옮긴 것은? 세계의 빈곤은 매우 빠른 속도로 줄어들고 굶어 죽는 사람은 극소수인데 거의 대부분의 경우 무능하거나 부패한 정부들이 아사자 발생의 원인을 제공한다. ① Global poverty is diminishing at a very rapid rate, and very few now starve to death, but when they do, it is almost always caused by incompetent or venal governments. ② Global poverty is minimizing in a very quick rate, and very a few now starve to death, but it is almost always caused by incompetent or corrupt governments. ③ Poverty on a global level is diminishing at a very rapid rate, and few now starve to death, but it happens and always caused by the mismanagement or venal governments. ④ Poverty on a global level is minimizing at a very rapid rate, and very a few now starve to death, but when they do, it is caused by incompetent or venal governments. 문 10. 다음 글의 (A)∼(C)에 들어갈 말로 가장 적절한 것은? How to Fend Off A Shark Hit back. If a shark is coming toward you or attacks you, use anything you have in your possession—a camera, probe, harpoon gun, your fist—to hit the shark's eyes or gills, which are the areas most (A)[sensible/sensitive] to pain. Make quick, sharp, repeated jabs in these areas. Since sharks are predators and will usually only follow through on an attack if they have the advantage, making the shark (B)[sure/unsure] of its advantage in any way possible will increase your chances of survival. Contrary to popular opinion, the shark’s nose is not the area to attack, unless you cannot reach the eyes or gills. Hitting the shark simply tells it that you are not (C)[defensive/defenseless] (A) (B) (C) ① sensible - sure - defensive ② sensible - unsure - defenseless ③ sensitive - sure - defensive ④ sensitive - unsure - defenseless A형 7 쪽 문 11. 빈칸에 들어갈 말로 가장 알맞은 것은? Why don't I have a telephone? Not because I pretend to be wise or pose as unusual. There are two chief reasons: because I don't really like the telephone, and because I find I can still work, play, eat, breathe and sleep without it. Why don't I like the telephone? Because I think it is a pest and a time-waster. It may create unnecessary suspense and anxiety as when you wait for an expected call that doesn't come; or irritating delay, as when you keep ringing a number that is always engaged. If you have a telephone in your own house, you will admit that it tends to ring when you ________________ - when you are asleep, or in the middle of a meal or a conversation, or when you are just going out, or when you are in your bath. ① are the most alert ② are desperate for a call ③ admit the value of a telephone ④ least want it to ring 문 12. 아래 글의 저자가 주장하는 점은 무엇인가? Americans have paid $15 trillion in a noble but misguided effort to use government agencies and statist policies over the past 50 years. Yet, the poverty rate never fell below 10.5 percent and is now near 15.1 percent, Americans have lost 55 percent of their wealth in the past five years, and nearly 50 million Americans are struggling to make a living. Meanwhile, 126 agencies spending $1 trillion a year cannot seem to gain any ground. Statistics, however, fail to show the reality of the daily suffering endured by single mothers, working parents, and children in inner cities. Some serious flaws in the poverty rate’s calculation exist and are worth addressing. However, no one seriously doubts the prevalence or the destructive nature of poverty on both the national and international scale. For decades, progressive policies have trapped generations of Americans in poverty, bad schools and crime-ridden neighborhoods. ① It’s time for a better war on poverty. ② Economic statistics has been effective in political decision. ③ American government agencies have been successful in helping those who are in need. ④ Tax reform is necessary to mitigate the poverty. 문 13. 다음 글에서 추론할 수 있는 것은? In the 1980s, busybodies at the Center for Science in the Public Interest pushed the idea that America must replace traditional lard, butter, coconut and palm oil with saturated fats, margarine and shortening, all of which contained partially hydrogenated oils. The nutritionists scorned those substances, even though, as science author Gary Taubes observes, there’s no evidence of a causal link to the notion that more than the recommended consumption of saturated fats triggers death in anyone “not already at high risk of heart disease.” Some 30 years on, the scientific “consensus” has flipped, and saturated fats aren’t so terrible any more. We’re told that trans fats are the enemy of the arteries. Although the consumption of trans fats in the United States has been declining, the incidence of heart disease has not. ① There’s no need for the government to ban trans fats. ② Heart disease is mainly affected by diet. ③ Ridding artificial trans fats from America’s kitchens is necessary. ④ Government must make health decisions for people. 문 14. 다음 글의 제목으로 가장 적절한 것을 고르시오. Because women were not permitted to participate in theater productions in ancient Greece, male actors played female roles in dramatic productions. It was possible for actors to play a number of roles, male and female, due to the use of masks. This prevented audience members from identifying an actor’s face with one particular character in a play and served to eliminate the physical inconsistency of men pretending to be women. Specifically, masks with subtle modification allowed audience members to identify the gender, age, and social position of characters. They were also presented with special emotions, letting the audience know if a character was happy, sad, tired, or frightened. ① The Evolution of Theater Productions in Ancient Greece ② The Inconsistency of Mask Use and Its Criticisms in Greece ③ Why Women Couldn’t Act on Stage in Ancient Greece ④ Different Use of M asks that M ade Theater Available in Greece A형 8 쪽 문 15. 주어진 글 다음에 이어질 글의 순서로 가장 적절한 것을 고르시오. The majority of spider species are completely solitary creatures. They eat by themselves, create their own webs, and lay eggs before abandoning their offspring without providing any care. (A)Generations of spiders live and work together in a huge communal web, and with constant repairs, the meter-long nest can be maintained for several years. Consisting of a cluster of leaves and branches held together by silk, the webs will often reach up into the rain forest canopy. (B)However, in rain forests some spiders reside in colonies of up to 1,500 individuals. Adult spiders take care of young spiders and don't even distinguish between their own offspring and those of others. (C)The reason for collaboration among this unusual social group is that in the rain forest, webs often get destroyed by rain or the movements of large creatures. By working together, the spiders save energy as they fix damage caused by web-ripping storms and various animals. ① (A)-(B)-(C) ② (B)-(A)-(C) ③ (C)-(A)-(B) ④ (C)-(B)-(A) 문 16. 다음 밑줄 친 구의 해석을 보고, 순서를 알맞게 배열한 것으로 가장 적절한 것을 고르시오. Many baby birds are fed in the nest by their parents. They all open their mouth and scream, and the parent drops a worm in the open mouth of one of them. The loudness . (각각의 새끼가 지르는 소리의 크기는 그 새끼가 얼마나 배가 고픈가에 비례한다.) ① each baby screams are proportional to how hungry is he ② with each baby screams is proportional to how hungry he is ③ with which each baby screams is proportional to how hungry he is ④ with which each baby screams are proportional to how hungry is he 문 17. 다음 글의 빈칸에 들어갈 말로 가장 적절한 것을 고르시오. Coconuts are said to be used in India to catch monkeys. People take a coconut and make a little hole just big enough for a monkey to put its paw through. And inside the coconut, which is nailed to a tree, they put something sweet. So the monkey smells something nice inside, and puts his hand in. He catches hold of the sweet inside, so now he has a fist. But the hole is too small for the fist to get out. When the hunters come back, the monkey's caught. But of course, all the monkey has to do is let go. Nobody's holding the monkey except . ① the arbitrary selection out of affection ② the monkey's grasping greedy mind ③ the internal satisfaction of its cleverness ④ the temporary paralysis from the substance 문 18. 다음 글의 빈칸에 들어갈 말로 가장 적절한 것을 고르시오. We are what we eat. The diet of the animals we eat has a connection with the nutritional quality of our food itself. This should be self-evident, yet it is a truth often by the food industry in its desire to produce vast quantities of cheap animal protein. That greed has changed the diet of most of our food animals from plants to seeds, because animals grow faster and produce more milk on a high-energy diet of grain. But some of our food animals are ruminants that evolved to eat grass. If they eat too many seeds, they become sick. Therefore, do not force them to eat against their natural preference. *ruminants 반추동물 ① overlooked ② overdrawn ③ overpriced ④ overseen A형 9 쪽 문 19. 다음 글의 내용과 일치하지 않는 것은? Dear Mr. Jones, I have been researching our choices for internet providers over the past week, and I wanted to update you on my progress. We have two options: H.C. Cable and Toll South. Both offer business plans, and I will go over the pricing of each plan at the meeting on Tuesday. Both of the options I listed have comparable speed and data usage offerings as well. I called your personal provider, GoGo Satellite, but they did not have any business offerings. They primarily do residential internet service. I will talk with Joe and Susan in IT about these options and get their suggestions. I will also send out meeting requests to everyone, including Mr. Morris in operations. If you have any questions prior to the meeting, please let me know. Respectfully, Tina McAden ① 가격에 대해서는 화요일 회의에서 점검할 예정이다. ② H.C. Cable과 Toll South는 비슷한 서비스를 제공 한다. ③ 필자는 GoGo Satellite의 가정용 서비스를 이용하고 있다. ④ 필자는 IT 팀의 동료들에게 의견을 물어볼 예정이다. 문 20. 다음 글에서 전체 흐름과 관계 없는 문장을 고르시오. Our answer to the "How am I doing?" question depends on our own past experiences, aspirations, and expectations. ①However, the question is virtually never asked or answered in a social vacuum. ②"How am I doing?" almost always carries "compared to others" in parentheses. ③Social comparison provides an objective standard of one's actions and therefore can criticize task-oriented people. ④Many experiences are ambiguous enough that we are not completely sure what to make of them. Is a B+ a good grade on an exam? It is possible to derive approximate answer to question like this, but the approximate answer is not good enough without looking around others.






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