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01. 밑줄 친 부분의 의미와 가장 가까운 것을 고르시오. (1-4)
Nobody among ardent fans likes a losing team.

02. His purpose was not to entertain but to edify.

03. The robbers got carried away and took everything they possibly could.

04. All his schemes for making money seem to come to grief.

05. 다음 대화의 빈칸에 가장 알맞은 것은?
A: Thanks. Without you, I would have lost my luggage.
B:                                                                                        .

06. 다음 대화의 흐름으로 보아 밑줄 친 곳에 들어갈 가장 적절한 것을 고르시오.
A: I looked for a parking place over and over again. I couldn’t find one anywhere.
B: So what did you do?
A: I had no choice but to park in a loading zone.
B:                                                                                        .

07. Choose the one that is NOT correct in standard English.
Sarah Vaughan had a voice like a (A)perfect instrument, and it was (B)an instrument that she knew how (C)to use it with the (D)utmost skill.

08. Choose the one that is NOT correct in standard English.
Even (A)seeing at a distance, (B)eating his lunch (C)at an open-air restaurant in Cannes harbor, Picasso was (D)instantly recognizable.

09. Choose the sentence that is NOT grammatically correct.

10. Choose the sentence that is grammatically correct.

11. 다음 글의 제목으로 가장 적합한 것을 고르시오.

           On August 7, 1794, President George Washington sent a militia of thousand men to stop an uprising of angry farmers in western Pennsylvania. The commander in charge was General Harry Lee. Washington himself headed up the troops. The trouble had started in 1791, when the national government placed a heavy tax upon whiskey. This tax effectively erased any profits Pennsylvania farmers could earn from their crops. So farmers began to harass the tax collectors. Their protests continued for the next three years, escalating into riots, barn burning, and attacks on government agents. There ware wider implications of Washington’s 1794 action against the farmers. This was the first time the Militia Act of 1792 was put into practice. The law had been passed in order to “execute the laws of the union, and suppress insurrections.” This gave the national government the right to use out-of-state troops to put an end to an uprising in another state. When Washington ordered the suppression of the disgruntled farmers, he was asserting the authority the new federal government over the state. It was a display of U.S. national power.


12. 다음 글의 제목으로 가장 적합한 것을 고르시오.

          The Norman conquest of England began in 1066 with the invasion of England by William the Conqueror, Duke of Normandy and his victory at the Battle of
Hastings over King Harold II of England. By bringing England under the control of rulers originating in France, the Norman conquest was a pivotal event in English
history. In fact, though the Normans ruled England for only 300 years, almost 10,000 French words, including many of the words concerning government and high
society, have survived in modern English. At the same time, however, the peasants still spoke English, so many of the modern words for work and every living are from
Old English. To illustrate this fact, notice that when an animal is in the field, it is called by its Old English name: cow, sheep, or pig. However, when an animal is on a
plate, it is called by its Old French name: beef, mutton, or bacon.

13. Which of the following is the most appropriate title for the passage, based on its content?

        An essay which appeals chiefly to the intellect is Francis Bacon’s “Of Studies.” His careful tripartite division of studies expressed succinctly in aphoristic prose demands the complete attention of the mind of the reader. He considers studies as they should be: for pleasure, for self-improvement, and for business. He considers the evils of excess study: laziness, affectation, and preciosity. Bacon divides books into three categories: those to be read in part, those to be read cursorily, and those to be read with care. Studies should include reading, which gives depth; speaking, which adds readiness of thought; and writing, which trains in preciseness. Somewhat mistakenly, the author ascribes certain virtues to individual fields of study: wisdom to history, wit to poetry, subtlety to mathematics, and depth to natural philosophy. Bacon’s four-hundred-word essay, studded with Latin phrases and highly compressed in thought, has intellectual appeal indeed.

14. Which of the following is the main topic of the passage?

      Because they carry computerized scans of a person’s fingerprints, face, and eye, biometric passports seem crucial to the war on terror. They would guarantee accurate identification of those carrying them, making it hard for a terrorist to slip secretly into any country. No wonder, then, that governments all over the world are spending billions of dollars replacing traditional passports with biometric ones. The question is: Are biometric passports worth the investment? According to a German security consultant named Lukas Grunwald, they are not; he says that biometric passports are a “waste of money” and their whole design is “brain-damaged”. Appearing at the Black Hat security conference in Las Vegas, Grumwald claims to have cloned information stored on biometric passports. Once the data on the passports is cloned, it can be transferred to blank computer chips and implanted in fake passports. He demonstrated the cloning procedure at the conference, using easy-to-buy and readily available computer technology.

15. Which of the following is the author’s main purpose in writing this passage?

          If you often feel angry and overwhelmed, like when the stress in your life is spinning out of control, then you may be damaging your heart. And if you don’t want to harm your own heart, you need to learn to take charge of those areas of your life which you can and to recognize that there are many things beyond your control. Hostile people activate their fight-or-flight response more intensely and more frequently during the course of everyday life than other people do. They respond to petty annoyance like supermarket lines, traffic jams and children who don’t clean up their rooms as though they were a threat to life. Much research has found that high levels of anger are associated with greater risk for heart disease and poor immune responses. Men with high anger scores are three times more likely to develop heart disease than calmer people. And in women, arguments with spouses raise hormone levels and lower immunity ? a real problem, since lower immune response may boost women’t risk of cancer.

16. 이 글의 성격으로 가장 적절한 것은?

        Good evening, I’m Margaret Sinclair, chairwoman of the National Musical Excellence Society, and I’d like to welcome you to Carnegie Hall, one of the world’s most famous performance auditoriums. In 1960 Carnegie Hall was scheduled to be torn down. It was in terrible shape: The roof was collapsing, the brick walls were crumbling, and there was no money for renovations. Fortunately, famed violinist Isaac Stern heard about the hall’s fate and organized a committee to save Carnegie Hall. He and others managed to raise fifty million dollars for repairs. Today, the hall looks better than ever. The orchestra will now play selections from the works of Leonard Bernstein. After the concert a reception will be held in the main lobby. Thank you for your support.

17. Choose the best order from (A) to(D) for a paragraph starting with the sentence(s) in the box.

      The humpback, a baleen whale, is famous for its songs. Like most whales, the humpbacks travel together in groups called pods. Whales keep an eye on each other by “spy hopping” - leaping up out of the water - and by sending out sound signals.


(A) It seems that each year the same group of humpbacks will sing a new song, adding to the old one and leaving out some of last year’s notes.
(B) The recorded songs of the humpback whale have been sent into outer space, along with other Earth sounds, on the spaceships Voyager I and II.
(C) The humpback whales sometimes make sounds that seem to us like mysterious and wonderful sounds.
(D) The song may someday be heard by being in another galaxy.

18. 다음 문장들을 뜻이 가장 잘 통하도록 배열한 것은?

(A) Some people specialize in cutting hair.
(B) The key to trade - whether among people, states, or countries - is specialization.
(C) These people exchange their services for money, which they then use to buy the specialized goods and services they need from others.
(D) Others specialize in fixing computers.

19. The sentence given below can be inserted into one of the numbers in the passage. Find the most appropriate place.

Unfortunately, the guarantee is often also a lie.

              How can you recognize a quack? Sometimes it’s easy because he or she offers something we know is impossible. (A) A drink to keep you young is an example of this. But many times, these people lie, saying that their product was made because of a recent scientific discovery. (B) This makes it more difficult to know if the person is real or a fraud. Another way to recognize quackery is that many quacks will say their product is good for many different illnesses, not just for one thing. They usually like to offer money-back guarantees if their treatment doesn’t work. (C) Finally, the fraudulent clinic will often be in another country. (D) Laws in the United States will not allow a quack to have a clinic in the United States because the quack doesn’t have the proper medical training.

20. Which of the following is the main topic of the passage?

          People in Asia use gestures for more frequently and productively than do people in the West. This is particularly noticeable in dance and drama, which, in many Far Eastern countries are highly complex, with hundreds of formal gestures of both hand and body. Most of these gestures are like a foreign language to the uninformed Westerner. Much of Asian dance and drama has a religious background, with the result that the gestures of the performers are charged both with information and with emotional power that is communicated to the audience.

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