This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue?
■ (A), (B), (C)의 각 네모 안에서 어법에 맞는 표현으로 가장 적절한 것은?
Unfortunately, the culprits behind much of our anger ─ lack of time, annoying spam mail, and mega-levels of stress ─ are not likely to resolve (A) them / themselves anytime soon. A traffic jam, a frozen computer, or a misplaced set of car keys is annoying. To act upon the angry feelings (B) those / what situations provoke, however, is an exercise in futility. Shouting, fuming, or leaning on the car horn won’t make traffic begin to flow, the screen unlock, or keys materialize. Patience, on the other hand, is a highly practical virtue. People who take the time to cool down before responding to an anger-producing situation (C) are / is far less likely to say or do something they will regret later.
(A) them them themselves themselves themselves (B) those what those what what (C) are is are are is
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A traffic jam, a frozen computer, or a misplaced set of car keys / is annoying.
→ 문장의 주어인 명사구는 A, B, or C로 연결된 병렬 구조로 되어 있고, 사람을 짜증나게 만드는 주체이므로 현재분사 annoying이 쓰였다.
Shouting, fuming, or leaning on the car horn / won’t make traffic begin to flow, the screen unlock, or keys materialize.
S V O1 O.C.1 O2 O.C.2 O3 O.C.3
→ 문장의 주어인 동명사구는 A, B, or C로 연결된 병렬 구조로 되어 있으며, 사역동사 make 뒤에 세 개의 「목적어+목적격보어(원형 부정사)」 가 열거되고 있다.
영어독해연습(2) - 틀리기 쉬운 유형
무관한 문장 찾기
정답과 해설 26쪽
■ 다음 글에서 전체 흐름과 관계 없는 문장은?
The development of scientific thinking in the modern era has added a new dimension to the study of music. ① Experiments aimed at therapeutic and other applications of music have shown remarkable effects of music on human beings, animals and insects. ② These possibilities are not less in the botanical world too. ③ However, not all plants are beneficial to humans, some weeds are a considerable problem in agriculture, and botany provides some of the basic science in order to understand how to minimize their impact. ④ Fast growth rate of grass, production of tastier and bigger vegetables and fruits, and healthier growth of some trees and plants were observed in certain fields that were kept under the effect of sonorous music in some especially designed experiments. ⑤ The woods of the trees which ‘listened’ to the melody continuously were found to be thicker and stronger when compared with some other trees of the same type.
Points to Master
Fast growth rate of grass, production of tastier and bigger vegetables and fruits , and healthier growth of some trees and
plants / were observed in certain fields [that were kept / under the effect of sonorous music / in some especially
→ 명사구인 주어 세 개가 등위접속사 and에 의해 병렬로 연결되어 있으며, 동사는 were observed이다. that은 선행사 certain fields를 수식하는 주격 관계대명사이다.
■ 주어진 글 다음에 이어질 글의 순서로 가장 적절한 것은?
The brain can be seen as working in two general modes. In one mode (often called rightbrained), it is more intuitive, visual, and creative. In the other (often called left-brained), it is more logical, sequential, and language-based.
(A) Right-handers can try this quick test to discover if they tend to be more right- than leftbrained or vice versa. Interlock the fingers of your hands and place one thumb on top of the other. (B) In many ways, it is like having an artist and an accountant arguing in your head, and you are flipping between the two. All of us work in both modes, but everyone naturally tends toward one or the other. (C) People who place their right thumb on top of their left thumb tend to be left-brain dominant, and are thus more verbal and analytical. Those who place their left thumb on top of their right thumb tend to be right-brain dominant, and excel in visual, creative, and intuitive tasks.
① (A)-(B)-(C) ④ (C)-(A)-(B) ② (B)-(A)-(C) ⑤ (C)-(B)-(A) ③ (B)-(C)-(A)
Points to Master
Right-handers can try this quick test / to discover [if they tend to be more right- than left-brained / or vice versa].
S V O
→ to discover는 부사적 용법의 ‘목적’ 을 나타내며, if는 discover의 목적어절을 이끄는 접속사로서 ‘~인지를’ 로 해석한다.
People [who place their right thumb / on top of their left thumb] tend to be left-brain dominant, and are thus more
S V1 V2
verbal and analytical.
→ 주격 관계대명사 who의 선행사인 People이 주어이고, 동사 tend와 are가 등위접속사 and로 연결된 병렬 구조이다.
영어독해연습(2) - 틀리기 쉬운 유형
정답과 해설 27~28쪽
■ 다음 글의 밑줄 친 부분 중, 어법상 틀린 것은?
Fundamental to achieving progress towards sustainability is an economy that concentrates on well-being and quality of life for all. Essentially, the economy should be regarded as ② being linked to the livelihoods of its residents, rather than simply as the production, consumption and possession of commodities. The relationship between the economy, society and the environment needs addressing with the recognition ③ which one cannot exist without the others. Human life, activity and culture depend on their wider environment. At present most economic policies concentrate on the production of greater wealth often ④ measured in terms of monetary value. This ignores the wealth created by the non-market economy of family and community and ⑤ prioritizes profit rather than meeting the human needs through the production of goods and services.
Points to Master
The relationship / between the economy, society and the environment / needs addressing with the recognition
[③ which one cannot exist / without the others].
→ 동사 need 다음에 나오는 동명사는 수동의 의미로 「to be +과거분사」 로 바꾸어 쓸 수 있다.
This ignores the wealth / created by the non-market economy of family and community / and ⑤ prioritizes profit /
S V O
rather than meeting the human needs / through the production of goods and services.
→ 과거분사 created 앞에 which is가 생략되었다. A rather than B는 ‘B보다 오히려 A, B 대신에 A’ 의 의미로 위 글의 두 번째 문 장`(~ regarded as ~, rather than simply as the production)에서처럼 병렬 구조를 이루기도 하고, 이 문장에서처럼 than의 뒤에 동명사를 쓰기도 한다.
⑤ The reverse pattern was also found ─ women who were more energetic at home said it was because working gave them an energy boost. ① But recent studies have suggested that what matters is not the number of social groups but the relations among them.Type 5 무관한 문장 찾기 난이도 ★★☆ ■ 다음 글에서 전체 흐름과 관계 없는 문장은? For a long time. 두 개의 they는 모두 women을 가리킨다. 부사절 S’2 V’2 → 목적어절 속의 주어인 women을 수식하는 관계대명사절(who ~ at work)이 있고. ④ Psychologists found that women who were the most energetic and effective at work believed that they managed work life so well precisely because they had an active family life. researchers have noted that in addition to work-family conflict. people can experience work-family facilitation. → 목적어절 안의 관계대명사 what이 이끄는 what matters가 주어이고. ③ When workers experience unreasonable amounts of pressure. researchers warned against belonging to too many groups. Points to Master But recent studies have suggested [that what matters is not the number of social groups / but the relations among S V 목적어절 S’ V’ them]. the busier and more stressful our lives. take fewer breaks and push themselves harder to try and match the demands. reasoning that the more groups we are in.틀리기 쉬운 유형 . not A but B는 병렬 구조를 이루는 상관 구문이다. ② For example. 58 영어독해연습(2) . they start to work longer hours. Psychologists found [that women / who were the most energetic and effective at work believed / that they managed S O’1 V 목적어절 S’ ▲ 관계대명사절 V’ O’2 목적어절 S’1 V’1 work life so well / precisely because they had an active family life ]. 목적어절 속의 동사 believed의 목적어절(that ~ family life) 안에 부사절(because ~ family life)이 들어 있는 구조의 문장이다.
And in writings on bilingual children the term ‘dominance’ has been used in different ways.co. often the researcher just asks the participants (C) who / what they think their dominant language is. no one has used this measure. Others say [it is the language / in which the child is most “proficient.kr Type 6 어법성 판단 정답과 해설 28~29쪽 ■ (A).www. But to our knowledge. 07강 59 . Others say it is the language in which the child is most “proficient.” but how is that to be measured? One possible measure is (B) noted / to note which language is the source of the morphosyntactic frame when the child produces utterances with words from both languages. Problems with assessing dominance also plague studies of adult bilinguals. morphosyntactic 통사형태론적인 (A) clear clear clear clearly clearly (B) noted to note to note to note noted (C) who what who what who ① ② ③ ④ ⑤ …… …… …… …… …… …… …… …… …… …… Points to Master And in writings on bilingual children / the term ‘dominance’ has been used / in different ways .ebsi. Some researchers use it to refer to more frequent use of one language over the other. 부사구 S V 부사구 → 주어 앞에 부사구가 있고. dominance is extremely hard to measure in any objective way. (B).”] but how is that to be measured? 목적어절 선행사 the language 주어 → is that to be measured에서 is to be measured는 「be+ to부정사」 용법으로 가능을 나타낸다. (C)의 각 네모 안에서 어법에 맞는 표현으로 가장 적절한 것은? 난이도 ★★★ Even though a child’s dominance in one of his or her languages seems (A) clear / clearly to observers. 전치사 on은 ‘~에 관한’ 의 의미이다.
it hurts. Instead of being captured by his pain and fear. (c) he was fascinated attending to his “good red healthy blood.” When they arrived at the emergency room. As the blood ran from Robert’s mouth into the sink. (a) He cut his mouth and was bleeding heavily when his parents arrived on the scene.” After the wound was washed out.” Of course. One day Erickson’s young son. That is the power of . fell on the sidewalk outside their home.틀리기 쉬운 유형 .Type 7 단일 장문 난이도 ★☆☆ [1~2] 다음 글을 읽고. 60 영어독해연습(2) . 물음에 답하시오. Mother. “I wonder whether you are going to win the stitches contest. it became clear that Robert would need stitches. Erickson immediately said. By that time. Real bad. He stopped crying as he wondered about that. I wonder when it’s going to stop hurting. the attending physician was amazed at how quietly this young boy sat while he was being cleaned and stitched up. Right now it hurts. And he gave a lopsided smile through the wound. It hurts real bad. (d) He had six stitches. Erickson said to his wife. Look at the color of that blood. Robert was only attending to the pain. “Robert. and get more than your brother got. When is it going to stop hurting?” At first. Robert. All you would need is seven to win the contest. Robert was also looking at the blood. where they were washing his mouth so Erickson could determine whether or not stitches would be required. “Look at that blood. but now (b) he also began wondering when the pain would stop.” (e) he was told. That’s good red healthy blood! That’ll clean that wound out really well. Robert. So Erickson began to tell Robert that he needed stitches and reminded him that his brother had gotten stitches last year when he had been hurt. his parents had gotten him to the bathroom. it just hurts. alerted by his cries of pain and fear. All Robert said through his stitched-up mouth at the end of the procedure was “How many stitches did I get?” “Nine.
부사절 while he was being cleaned ~에서 주어(he)와 be동사(was)는 생략할 수 있다. alerted by his cries of pain S V1 O V2 부사절 S’ V’ 분사구문 and fear]. 07강 61 .kr 정답과 해설 29쪽 1 위 글의 밑줄 친 (a)~(e) 중에서 가리키는 대상이 나머지 넷과 다른 것은? ① (a) ② (b) ③ (c) ④ (d) ⑤ (e) 2 위 글의 빈칸에 들어갈 말로 가장 적절한 것은? ① simplifying your words ② changing your attention ③ visualizing things in detail ④ collaborating with children ⑤ correcting previous mistakes Points to Master He cut his mouth / and was bleeding heavily [when his parents arrived / on the scene. [ where they were washing his mouth / so Erickson 부사구 S V O 관계부사 S’ V’ O’ 목적의 부사절 S’1 could determine / whether or not stitches would be required]. V’1 부사절 내의 명사절 S’2 V’2 → gotten은 taken의 의미이고. [When they arrived at the emergency room]. 그 앞에 being이 생략되어 있다.www. → how ~ up은 전치사 at의 목적어절이고.ebsi. where는 계속적 용법의 관계부사로 and there로 바꿀 수 있다. his parents had gotten him to the bathroom.co. while ~ up은 목적어절 내의 부사절이다. 목적의 부사절 「so that`+`주어`+`~」 에서 종종 that이 생략되기도 한다. By that time. → alerted는 부대상황의 분사구문으로. the attending physician was amazed at [how quietly this young boy sat 부사절 부사절 S’ V’ S V 전치사 at의 목적어절 / while he was being cleaned and stitched up]. whether or not ~ required는 부사절 안에 있는 명사절로서 determine의 목적어가 된다.
some of the economic benefits accruing from good health ③ to have positive external effects beyond individuals. On the other hand. ▲ 수동형 부정사구 → it은 가주어이며 that이 이끄는 명사절이 진주어가 된다. In many ways health is a public good.틀리기 쉬운 유형 . the opportunity to live in good health should not be limited by economic status. being in good health has value beyond any monetary figure we assign to it. 수동형 부정사구 「to be +과거분사」 형식이 쓰였다. On one hand. deserves? If so. to be borne by each consumer는 a cost를 수식하는 형용사적 용법으 로. Further. and another 20 million don’t have adequate coverage. or 15 percent of the population. Should basic medical coverage be something that any person. cost(비용)가 bear(부담하다)되어야 하는 대상이므로. Further. 어법상 틀린 것은? In the USA. it makes sense that ② having medical procedures and treatment is a private economic good with a cost to be borne by each consumer. who should pay for it? With every right ① comes a corresponding obligation of someone or some institution to provide it. 단수로 취급하여 has처럼 단수형 동사를 취한다. by virtue of being human. 62 영어독해연습(2) . accrue 생겨나다 Points to Master On one hand. it makes sense [that ② having medical procedures and treatment is a private economic good / with a cost [ to be borne / by each consumer]]. about 45 million people.PartⅡ 08 Type 1 어법성 판단 난이도 ★★☆ ■ 다음 글의 밑줄 친 부분 중. 관계대명사절 안 의 it은 being in good health를 가리키는 대명사이다. lack health insurance. with the benefits of any individual’s good health ④ extending to many other people in the workplace and community. being in good health / has / value [beyond any monetary figure [we assign to it]]. S V ▲ 선행사 관계대명사절 → being in good health처럼 구나 절이 문장의 주어로 쓰일 경우. Even if it could not ⑤ be shown that improved health would have benefits for other people.
for the minorities opposed to the US war in Vietnam to have an effect. such as the abolition of slavery. ① They need to make their case repeatedly so that people can see its continued relevance. but eventually they were able to convince enough people of their case that the US government perceived a need to end the conflict. began with the influence of just a few people. ⑤ It took several years. Points to Master ~. it takes 시간 ▲ 과거분사구 to부정사구 → 「it takes +시간+ to부정사구」 구문으로 ‘~하는 데 (시간)이 걸리다’ 의 의미를 나타낸다. but over time / they begin to challenge / the generally held belief [ that the war is justified]. for example. It took several years.kr Type 2 무관한 문장 찾기 정답과 해설 29~31쪽 ■ 다음 글에서 전체 흐름과 관계 없는 문장은? 난이도 ★☆☆ Minorities are very influential when they are persistent and consistent. for the minorities [opposed to the US war in Vietnam] to have an effect ~.co.ebsi. until eventually social change was able to happen. but as they stuck with this principle more and more people became convinced by their arguments. the minorities는 opposed to the US war in Vietnam의 수식을 받고 있다. but over time they begin to challenge the generally held belief that the war is justified. ④ The minority status is conditioned not only by clearly numerical relations but also by questions of political power.www. for example. ② Major social changes. for the minorities는 to부정사구의 의미 상의 주어를 나타내며. ③ In the case of national wars. 08강 63 . these minority influences may take considerable time to have an effect. 시간이 경과하면서 동격 접속사 → 접속사 that이 이끄는 절은 the generally held belief와 동격을 이루는 명사절이다.
Type 3 글의 순서 난이도 ★★☆ ■ 주어진 문장 다음에 이어질 글의 순서로 가장 적절한 것은? Many experiments have shown that memory of visual images can be distorted to better conform with their verbal labels. (A) For example. the figure was reproduced something like by the first group of subjects.틀리기 쉬운 유형 . The result was that subjects tended to reproduce the ambiguous figures to better correspond with their verbal labels. the experimenters presented subjects with a set of twelve ambiguous figures. such as . in one case the above figure was named eyeglasses and in the other. The subjects were told that they would first see 12 figures. dumbbell. than 가주어 의미상 주어 진주어 → 「가주어+의미상 주어+진주어(to부정사구)」 의 형식이 반복해서 사용되고 있다. for them 앞에서 easy가 생략되었고 이때 them은 subjects를 지칭한다. which they would later have to reproduce as accurately as possible. (B) Each figure was named as it was presented ─ e. ① (A)-(C)-(B) ④ (C)-(A)-(B) ② (B)-(A)-(C) ⑤ (C)-(B)-(A) ③ (B)-(C)-(A) Points to Master In a task of this sort / it is apparently easier for subjects [ to store 12 labels and produce images / to match these 가주어 비교급 의미상 주어 진주어 labels at a later time] than it is for them [ to store the 12 images themselves ]. 64 영어독해연습(2) . (C) In the classic research in this field. In a task of this sort it is apparently easier for subjects to store 12 labels and produce images to match these labels at a later time than it is for them to store the 12 images themselves. and something like by the second.. which could be seen as either eyeglasses or dumbbells.g.
(C)의 각 네모 안에서 어법에 맞는 표현으로 가장 적절한 것은? 난이도 ★★☆ In the days of the earliest people. (A) survive surviving survive surviving survive (B) fly fly fly to fly to fly (C) free freely freely free free ① ② ③ ④ ⑤ …… …… …… …… …… …… …… …… …… …… Points to Master In the days of the earliest people. they were small and weak. because it left people’s arms and hands (C) free / freely to be used in other ways. Others had wings with which (B) fly / to fly away from danger. It might seem as if the animals were more equipped to (A) survive / surviving than humans were. (B). Some of the animals had tusks and horns to protect themselves. most of the land was covered with dense forests.kr Type 4 어법성 판단 정답과 해설 31쪽 ■ (A).ebsi. with open meadows here 부사구 be covered with: ~으로 덮여 있다 with 명사구 부사구 and there. 마치 ~처럼 → 「비교급+ than ~」 구문에서 마지막 were 다음에 equipped to (A) survive / surviving 이 생략되어 있다. They could walk upright on two legs. Fierce animals wandered through the forests searching for food. This walking on two legs was very important. Compared with many of the animals. But humans had legs that no animals had. It might seem / as if the animals were more equipped / to (A) survive / surviving / than humans were. → 「with +명사(구)+부사(구)」 구문이 쓰여 ‘명사(구)가 …인[한] 채로’ 라는 의미의 부대상황을 나타내고 있다. Humans had none of these things.www. most of the land / was covered with dense forests. 08강 65 .co. with open meadows here and there.
Another approach involves having witnesses separately identify different features of the suspect. In one series of studies. → that이 이끄는 found의 목적어절 안에는 비교급 구문이 쓰이고 있는데. researchers have been investigating methods of assessing the accuracy of eyewitnesses.1 percent of the time. witnesses who identified a criminal in 10 or fewer seconds were accurate 87. (C) For example. (B) Witnesses who identify a suspect quickly are more likely to be accurate than are witnesses who take longer to make an identification. One promising method involves measuring the length of time it takes witnesses to make an identification. than 다음에 주어인 witnesses who ~ features와 동사 인 were가 도치되어 있다. (A) These studies suggest that correct eyewitness identifications may be associated with the use of automatic rather than controlled processes.틀리기 쉬운 유형 . whereas witnesses who took longer than 10 seconds were accurate only 46.Type 5 글의 순서 난이도 ★★☆ ■ 주어진 글 다음에 이어질 글의 순서로 가장 적절한 것은? Recently. ① (A)-(C)-(B) ④ (C)-(A)-(B) ② (B)-(A)-(C) ⑤ (C)-(B)-(A) ③ (B)-(C)-(A) Points to Master Some researchers found [that witnesses [who consistently identified / the same individual / from different types of S V’1 V 목적어절 S’1 (선행사) 관계대명사절 feature lineups] were more accurate than were witnesses [who selected / different individuals / for different 비교급+ than V’2 S’2 (선행사) 관계대명사절 features]]. select his body from a second set of photographs.3 percent of the time. a witness might identify a criminal’s face from one set of photographs. Some researchers found that witnesses who consistently identified the same individual from different types of feature lineups were more accurate than were witnesses who selected different individuals for different features. and finally identify his voice from a set of audio recordings. 66 영어독해연습(2) .
ebsi. the seventeenth-century philosopher came upon an old. His explanation: he felt some pain himself when he saw the man’s misery. argues that people give to charities in part because of the pleasure they get from imagining either the relief of those ⑤ they benefit or their own relief from alleviating their sympathetic distress. sickly man who was begging for money. 동명사 imagining은 the relief와 their own relief를 목적어 로 취하고 있으며. his heart ① touched. When asked by a friend if he would have done the same had there been no religious dictum or philosophical principle about helping the needy. 08강 67 . dictum 금언.co. 어법상 틀린 것은? 난이도 ★★☆ One day walking through the streets of London. immediately gave the man a generous offering. B → because of는 전치사구로 명사구 the pleasure ~가 이어지고 있다. Thomas Hobbes. Hobbes replied that he ② did. One school of modern economic theory. following Hobbes.www. had there been은 가정법 과거완료의 조건절에서 if가 생략 되어 동사 had와 문두의 유도부사 there의 어순이 바뀐 형태이다. 격언 alleviate 완화시키다 Points to Master When asked / by a friend [ if he would have done the same / had there been no religious dictum or philosophical 목적어절을 이끄는 접속사 principle / about helping the needy] ~. → 접속사 When과 과거분사 asked 사이에는 he was가 생략되어 있다. ~ people give to charities / in part because of the pleasure [they get / from imagining either the relief of those ~ 전치사구 선행사 관계대명사절 전치사+동명사 A or their own relief / from alleviating their sympathetic distress].” This tale suggests that we have a bit of self-interest in ④ relieving the misery of others. and so ③ just as giving money to the man would relieve some of the man’s suffering. 「either A or B」 구문은 ‘A 또는 B. Hobbes. it “does also ease me.kr Type 6 어법성 판단 정답과 해설 32~33쪽 ■ 다음 글의 밑줄 친 부분 중. A 아니면 B’ 의 의미를 나타낸다.
At some level. in part. chemicals were found where .000조 68 영어독해연습(2) . water. You may have seen or heard dire warnings about toxic materials detected in samples of air. where it is located. or food. Increasingly sophisticated measuring capabilities may lead us to believe that toxic materials have become more prevalent. However.” It matters not only what is there but also how much. and who is exposed. how accessible it is. we are just better at finding trace amounts. new machines and techniques were developed to measure parts per billion. to our more sensitive measuring techniques. The daily reports we hear of new materials found in new places.” rather than more accurately as “undetected. Anything below that amount was often reported as “zero” or “absent. “The dose makes the poison.” A decade ago. parts per million were generally the limits of detection for most chemicals.틀리기 쉬운 유형 . In fact. Suddenly. our environment may be no more dangerous. Twenty years ago. however. A typical headline announced recently that 23 pesticides were found in 16 food samples. and this is surely a valid perception for many substances. the mere presence of a substance is insignificant. dire 대단히 심각한 quadrillion 1. What does that mean? The implication seems to be that any amount of dangerous materials is unacceptable and that counting the numbers of compounds detected is a reliable way to establish danger. as the Swiss scientist Paracelsus said. Toxins and pollutants may seem to be more widespread now than in the past. are also due. Now we can detect parts per trillion or even parts per quadrillion in some cases. 물음에 답하시오.Type 7 단일 장문 난이도 ★★☆ [1~2] 다음 글을 읽고.
ebsi. 문제가 되다’ 는 의미를 나타낸다. to establish danger는 a reliable way를 수식하는 to부정사구이다.co. 08강 69 . → 「not only A but also B」 구문은 ‘A뿐만 아니라 B도’ 의 뜻이며. 동사 matter는 주로 가주어 it을 주어로 하는 구문에 쓰여 ‘중요하다. detected는 compounds를 수식하는 과거분사이고.kr 정답과 해설 33쪽 1 위 글의 빈칸에 들어갈 말로 가장 적절한 것은? ① none had been suspected ② new diseases had been frequent ③ testing devices were not elaborate ④ the population had grown dramatically ⑤ pollution control plans were implemented 2 위 글의 제목으로 가장 적절한 것은? ① Ways to Reduce Toxic Waste ② How Much Risk Is Acceptable to Us ③ Problems Related to Chemical Reactions ④ Detectable Levels May Exaggerate Danger ⑤ Even Low Doses Can Pose Deadly Threats Points to Master The implication seems to be [that any amount of dangerous materials / is unacceptable] and [that counting the 보어절1 보어절2 ▲ numbers of compounds detected / is a reliable way to establish danger]. ▲ → 두 개의 보어절이 병렬로 이어지고 있다.www. / and who is 가주어 A(진주어) B(진주어) exposed. / where it is located. 이 문장에서는 A와 B에 위치한 절들이 가주어 It에 대한 진주어의 역할을 하고 있다. / how accessible it is. It matters not only what is there but also how much.
but often the design and graphics.. are in the forefront. Sure. are in the forefront. When done well. (C)의 각 네모 안에서 어법에 맞는 표현으로 가장 적절한 것은? An online media room is an important part of any organization’s website and a critical aspect of an effective media relations strategy. I’ve noticed as I’ve checked out hundreds of online media rooms (C) that / what most fail to deliver compelling contents. not the content that journalists and your buyers require. they may look pretty. 목적격 관계대명사 that 이하 가 앞에 있는 the content를 꾸며주고 있다. Sure. not the content [that journalists and your buyers S1 V1 C1 S2 선행사 목적격 관계대명사절 require].. And more importantly. V2 → not the content that journalists and your buyers require는 주어와 동사 사이에 삽입된 구이며. an online media room can move your buyers into and through the sales process.틀리기 쉬운 유형 . an online media room will turn journalists [who are just browsing] / into interested writers 부사절 S V O 주격 관계대명사절 turn ~ into .PartⅡ 09 Type 1 어법성 판단 난이도 ★★☆ ■ (A). (B) result / resulting in more business for your organization and contributing to meeting your organization’s real goals of revenue and customer retention. they may look pretty. 주격 관계대명사절 who are just browsing이 journalists를 꾸며준다. (B). an online media room will turn journalists who are just browsing into interested writers (A) who will / will highlight your organization positively in their stories. (A) ① who will ② who will ③ who will ④ will ⑤ will (B) resulting result resulting result resulting (C) that that what that what …… …… …… …… …… …… …… …… …… …… Points to Master [When done well]. → 접속사 When이 이끄는 절에 생략되어 있는 것은 주절의 주어 an online media room과 be동사 is이고.: ~를 …로 바꾸다 (A) who will / will highlight your organization positively in their stories. but often the design and graphics. 70 영어독해연습(2) .
kr Type 2 무관한 문장 찾기 정답과 해설 34~35쪽 ■ 다음 글에서 전체 흐름과 관계 없는 문장은? 난이도 ★★★ When gene engineers splice a foreign gene into a microbe. 09강 71 . → 현재분사 containing 이하가 앞에 있는 all genetically engineered foods를 꾸며주고 있다. however. splice 접합하다 Points to Master Some researchers warn [that these ARM genes might unexpectedly recombine with disease-causing bacteria or S V 목적어절 S’ 주격 관계대명사절 V’ recombine with: ~와 재결합하다 microbes / in the guts of animals or people [who eat genetically engineered food]].co. 선행사 → that 이하는 동사 warn의 목적어절이고. ⑤ So European Union authorities are currently considering a ban on all genetically engineered foods containing antibiotic-resistant marker genes.ebsi. called an antibiotic resistance marker (ARM) gene. ④ In humans. 주격 관계대명사절 who eat genetically engineered food가 앞에 있는 animals or people을 꾸며주고 있다. ① Some researchers warn that these ARM genes might unexpectedly recombine with disease-causing bacteria or microbes in the guts of animals or people who eat genetically engineered food.www. the most promising form of genetic engineering is gene therapy which is the medical treatment of a disease wherein the defective genes are repaired and replaced. they often link it to another gene. ② These new combinations may be contributing to the growing public health danger of antibiotic resistance. So European Union authorities / are currently considering / a ban on all genetically engineered foods / containing S V O ~에 대한 antibiotic-resistant marker genes. ③ German researchers have found antibiotic-resistant bacteria in the guts of bees feeding on genealtered plants. that helps determine if the first gene was successfully spliced into the host organism.
A good rule of thumb for this is to drink eight cups of fluid a day. that will dry out your stool as well and make it hard to pass.” says Marvin Schuster. (C) On the other hand. however.D.D ... This rule of thumb doesn’t apply. professor of medicine at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. prevent ~ from . M. R.. constipation 변비 stool 대변(大便) ① (A)-(C)-(B) ④ (C)-(A)-(B) ② (B)-(A)-(C) ⑤ (C)-(B)-(A) ③ (B)-(C)-(A) Points to Master Drinking an adequate amount of liquid / may help to alleviate constipation or prevent it from happening / S V in the first place. if you have a kidney or liver problem that may require restricting your intake of fluid. says Mindy Hermann. 첫째로 → alleviate와 prevent가 or로 연결되어 병렬 구조를 이루고 있으며. “If you dehydrate yourself or drink too little fluid. some people have the misconception that if you drink far more than you need. Schuster disagrees.. (A) So. 우선. says Marvin Schuster. M. prevent의 목적어 it은 앞에 있는 constipation을 가리킨다.D. 72 영어독해연습(2) . you only have to drink adequate amounts of fluid each day.C. → 주절의 주어 that은 앞에 있는 If절의 내용을 가리킨다. The reason for this is simple. professor of medicine at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. you can treat constipation.Type 3 글의 순서 난이도 ★★☆ ■ 주어진 글 다음에 이어질 글의 순서로 가장 적절한 것은? Drinking an adequate amount of liquid may help to alleviate constipation or prevent it from happening in the first place.. a registered dietitian for the American Dietetic Association. (B) “If you dehydrate yourself or drink too little fluid.틀리기 쉬운 유형 . saying the excess fluid will just get urinated out. that will dry out your stool as well / and make it hard to pass .는‘~가 …하는 것을 막다[방해하다]’ 라는 의미이다.” S’ V’1 동격 V’2 S V1 V2 O O.
[which ③ was played repeatedly on national television].ebsi. after viewing the tape. many Americans found this story ④ hard to swallow. News of the verdict quickly spread. many Americans found S V this story ④ hard to swallow. O → 계속적 용법의 관계대명사 which가 이끄는 절이 앞에 있는 the tape를 부연 설명하고 있다. A look at the riots suggests that there ⑤ was far more at work than simple anger over the King verdict. In 1991.www. In addition. However. which ③ was played repeatedly on national television. a man with a video camera / taped a group of four white police officers / severely ① beating an African부사구 S 동격 V O American man. after viewing the tape. However. 09강 73 . 어법상 틀린 것은? 난이도 ★★☆ On the surface.kr Type 4 어법성 판단 정답과 해설 35~36쪽 ■ 다음 글의 밑줄 친 부분 중. a man with a video camera taped a group of four white police officers severely ① beating an African-American man. Points to Master In 1991.co. and Los Angeles burned. Rodney King. the Los Angeles riot seemed to be about the trial of four police officers. → with a video camera가 앞에서 주어 역할을 하는 a man을 꾸며주고 있으며. the jury ruled that three of the officers were innocent of all charges. 문장의 동사는 taped이다. Rodney King. The police insisted that King ② should resist arrest.
” ② Also. we believe that what we read in our newspapers and hear on our TV news programs is the truth. the whole truth. ③ When they prescribe medication for us. when we visit the doctor we expect that his or her diagnosis is made based on their knowledge of medicine and our symptoms. Points to Master Our legal system is grounded in the belief / that witnesses will tell the truth. take ~ on faith는 ‘~을 의심하지 않고 받아들이다’ 라는 의미이다. the whole truth. doctors are to blame for our worse symptoms. 74 영어독해연습(2) . that once under oath. we take it on faith / that their diagnosis is correct / and what they prescribed S’ V’ O’ S V O for us / is exactly what we need to get better. whatever is said on the stand will be “the truth. ④ In the case of wrong diagnosis. and nothing but the truth. → 대명사 it이 접속사 that 이하를 가리키고. or at least that those presenting the news are not intentionally lying to us. our medical system is based on truth. ⑤ In addition.틀리기 쉬운 유형 . and nothing but the truth. When they prescribe medication for us. that once under oath. we take it on faith that their diagnosis is correct and what they prescribed for us is exactly what we need to get better.” → 접속사 that은 앞에 있는 the belief의 내용을 설명하는 동격절을 이끌고 있다. whatever is S S’ V V’ said on the stand / will be “the truth.Type 5 무관한 문장 찾기 난이도 ★★☆ ■ 다음 글에서 전체 흐름과 관계 없는 문장은? Have you ever considered how much of everything we do each day depends on the concept that what we perceive is true? ① Our legal system is grounded in the belief that witnesses will tell the truth.
V 목적어절 → on the slaughtering of livestock이 앞에 있는 a monopoly를 꾸며주고 있으며. 09강 75 .co.kr Type 6 어법성 판단 정답과 해설 36~37쪽 ■ (A). (B). the Supreme Court S answered [that the amendment was designed / only to protect newly freed slaves]. thus limiting the application of the amendment. the Supreme Court answered that the amendment was designed only to protect newly freed slaves. The first detailed discussion by the Supreme Court of the Fourteenth Amendment came in 1873 with the Slaughter-House Cases. It also stated that the situation the butchers objected to (C) was / being in the domain of the relationship between the state and its citizens. (A) which / of which fewer than 30 dealt with exslaves. to protect는 to부정사의 부사적 용법(목적)으로 쓰였다. (C)의 각 네모 안에서 어법에 맞는 표현으로 가장 적절한 것은? 난이도 ★★★ During the late 19th century in America. When a group of butchers claimed that a monopoly on the slaughtering of livestock deprived them of equal protection of the laws as (B) providing / provided in Section 1 of the Fourteenth Amendment. not the federal government. Fourteenth Amendment 미국 연방 헌법 수정안 제14조(모든 미국인의 동등한 권리를 보장하고 노예였던 사람들의 시민권을 인정한 수정법안) (A) ① which ② which ③ of which ④ of which ⑤ of which …… …… …… …… …… (B) providing provided provided providing provided …… …… …… …… …… (C) being was was being being Points to Master When a group of butchers claimed [that a monopoly on the slaughtering of livestock / deprived them of equal S’ V’ protection of the laws / as (B) providing / provided in Section 1 of the Fourteenth Amendment].ebsi.www. almost 600 cases involving the Fourteenth Amendment came to the Supreme Court.
He convinced the players that increasing the quality of their game by a mere one percent over their personal best would make a major difference in their season. he decided upon the theme of . 76 영어독해연습(2) . It’s true that he had incredible players. This seems ridiculously small.틀리기 쉬운 유형 . he said that at the beginning of the 1986 season he had a major challenge on his hands. Many of the players had given what they thought was their best season in the previous year but still had lost to the Boston Celtics. but when you think about twelve players increasing by one percent their court skills in five areas. Everyone felt certain that they could improve at least one percent over their personal bests in the five major areas of the game. the combined effort creates a team that is 60 percent more effective than it was before. The result? Most of them increased by at least five percent. Pat’s ability to do this has been based on his commitment to his own philosophy. Some say he was fortunate because he had such incredible players. and many of them by as much as 50 percent. however.Type 7 단일 장문 난이도 ★★☆ [1~2] 다음 글을 읽고. 1987 turned out to be their easiest season ever. is that everyone believed that it was achievable. In fact. In search of a believable plan to get the players to move to the next level. but many people have had the resources to succeed and have not done so consistently. The real value of this philosophy. and that sense of certainty in pursuit of their goals caused them to tap even greater potentials. 물음에 답하시오. According to Pat Riley. Pat Riley is the winningest coach in NBA history. A ten-percent overall difference would probably be enough to win another championship.
and that sense of certainty / in pursuit of their goals / caused them to tap even greater potentials. → 동사 convinced의 목적어절 that 이하에서 동명사구 increasing the quality of their game이 주어 역할을 하고 있으며. ⑤ 1987년에 선수들과 함께 가장 수월한 시즌을 보냈다. difference는 Everyone felt certain [that they could improve at least one percent / over their personal bests / in the five major areas S1 V1 feel certain: ~을 확신하다 최소한.. 더욱’ 의 의미로 쓰였다. 09강 77 . → 부정사 to succeed가 앞에 있는 the resources를 꾸며준다. ④ 모든 선수들이 달성할 수 없다고 생각하는 목표를 설정했다. He convinced the players [that increasing the quality of their game / by a mere one percent over their personal S V(~에게 …을 확신시키다) V’ O’ S’(동명사구) best / would make a major difference in their season]. Points to Master It’s true [that he had incredible players]. make a ‘영향을 미치다’ 라는 의미이다. ③ 선수들에게 시즌 경기력에 영향을 줄 계획을 확신시켰다.ebsi.: ~에게 …를 하게 하다 → in pursuit of their goals가 앞에 있는 that sense of certainty를 꾸며주고 있고. ② 1986년 시즌 초기에 중대한 도전에 직면했었다. 적어도 of the game]. but many people have had the resources to succeed / and have not done 가주어 진주어 S V1 V2 so consistently.kr 정답과 해설 37쪽 1 위 글의 빈칸에 들어갈 말로 가장 적절한 것은? ① interpersonal skills ② small improvements ③ spontaneous reactions ④ innovative technologies ⑤ organizational leadership 2 위 글의 Pat Riley에 관한 내용과 일치하지 않는 것은? ① NBA 역사상 우승을 가장 많이 한 코치이다.co.www.. even은 뒤에 있는 비교급 greater의 의미를 강 조하여 ‘한층. S2 V2 cause ~ to .
but you can change the people you imitate. jot down notes. You can’t change your genes. Success is not in our genes. S V1 O V2 → total disasters가 주어인 Many kids를 보충 설명해 주는 유사보어로 사용되었다. because I was wearing shorts. Then success will be in your jeans. he’s successful. kids ② being kids. Many kids have everything going for them and end up total disasters. For whatever reason. they just go the other way. → that 이하는 proof와 동격 관계이다. The number of unsuccessful people [who come from successful parents] ③ are proof that genes have nothing to do S 주격 관계대명사절 V 동격절을 이끄는 접속사 with success.PartⅡ 10 Type 1 어법성 판단 난이도 ★★☆ ■ 다음 글의 밑줄 친 부분 중. The number of unsuccessful people who come from successful parents ③ are proof that genes have nothing to do with success. Not all children of successful people become successful ① themselves. “Of course. And I also knew she was wrong. Sometimes it’s because their parents spoil them. they do none of the things that helped their parents succeed.” I knew she wasn’t talking about me. They have terrific advice about what helped them succeed. Soak ⑤ it up. Points to Master Many kids have everything going for them and end up total disasters. 78 영어독해연습(2) . 어법상 틀린 것은? The other day I heard a woman say. The choice is up to you. and carry them around in your pants pocket. Sometimes. even if it’s not in your genes.틀리기 쉬운 유형 . It’s in his genes. so why not imitate the best? There are millions of great people to imitate and ④ copy.
Evaporation exceeded the inflow of fresh water and the lake began to shrink and continued evaporation S1 V3 V1 S2 V2 S3 reduced the lake to one-twentieth of its former size. ④ Evaporation exceeded the inflow of fresh water and the lake began to shrink and continued evaporation reduced the lake to one-twentieth of its former size. → continued는 evaporation을 수식하는 형용사이고 reduced가 동사이다..co.」 구문이 사용되었다. ② Lake Assal in the Afar region of East Africa is another salt lake about seven hundred and sixty feet below sea level and it is ten times saltier than the sea. and overflow from the lake escaped into the Pacific Ocean through the Snake and Columbia Rivers. the traces of dissolved salts that are present in all fresh water were gradually concentrated in the shrinking lake. S V C → ‘…보다 ~배가 더 -한’ 의 뜻을 갖는 「배수사+비교급+than . ⑤ And as the water evaporated. Some parts of the lake are nearly eight times saltier than the sea. Why is the Great Salt Lake so salty? ① At the close of the Ice Age the entire region was submerged beneath a lake of meltwater. ③ Then the climate changed. and the region became warm and dry..www. Points to Master Some parts of the lake are nearly eight times saltier than the sea .ebsi. 10강 79 .kr Type 2 무관한 문장 찾기 정답과 해설 37~38쪽 ■ 다음 글에서 전체 흐름과 관계 없는 문장은? 난이도 ★☆☆ The Great Salt Lake in the western United States is the largest salt lake in the Western Hemisphere.
There’s an old saying. the defendant was a very religious Christian. In a recent trial in Colorado. the information [I retrieved from the Internet] verified my initial impressions of this individual that he would S 목적격 관계대명사절 V O 동격절을 이끄는 접속사 likely favor the defendant’s case because.Type 3 글의 순서 난이도 ★★☆ ■ 주어진 글 다음에 이어질 글의 순서로 가장 적절한 것은? The Google Website has opened a Pandora’s box in terms of making information accessible ─ especially information about individuals. but verify. This particular trial had issues in which religion was an important factor. ① (A)-(C)-(B) ④ (C)-(A)-(B) ② (B)-(A)-(C) ⑤ (C)-(B)-(A) ③ (B)-(C)-(A) Points to Master Thus. 80 영어독해연습(2) .틀리기 쉬운 유형 .” That is the ultimate validation of your ability to read people. one of the jurors had a lengthy blog detailing his views on religion. I had the opportunity to “Google” our prospective jurors and find out if any public information about them was listed. like him. the defendant was a very religious Christian. (C) Thus. like him. (B) Sure enough. → that 이하는 my initial impressions of this individual과 동격으로서 my initial impressions of this individual의 내용을 구체 적으로 기술하고 있다. the information I retrieved from the Internet verified my initial impressions of this individual that he would likely favor the defendant’s case because. “Trust. (A) But that may not always be the case.
How is that a problem? Since leaders can evaluate quickly. etc. and it is always wrong. → come은 assess와 병렬 구조를 이룬다. 도치 구문 삽입절 → only나 부정어를 수반한 부사[구. One of the best ways to guard against this temptation is to take a genuine interest in the people you (C) lead / are led . Sometimes their answers are about control or power. 10강 81 . but they are often quicker. They may not be smarter than others.kr Type 4 어법성 판단 정답과 해설 38~39쪽 ■ (A).ebsi. Other times I can tell that they are interested in the perks: the corner office. That is always a temptation to a leader. they are often in a position to take care of their own needs first. Only rarely do I hear (A) that / what I believe is the only right answer for wanting to be a leader: helping others. (A) that that what what what (B) be being be being being (C) lead are led lead are led lead ① ② ③ ④ ⑤ …… …… …… …… …… …… …… …… …… …… Points to Master Only rarely do I hear (A) that / what I believe is the only right answer for wanting to be a leader: helping others. It is very easy to move from being a serving leader to (B) be / being a self-serving one. 절]가 문장 앞으로 가면 주어와 조동사의 도치가 일어난다. a good parking place.www. (B). I say this because one of the qualities that all good leaders have is the ability to assess situations very quickly and come up with a game plan. I say this because one of the qualities [that all good leaders have] is the ability to assess situations very quickly and S V O S’ V’ C’ ▲ come up with a game plan. I know what power can do to a person. a better salary. (C)의 각 네모 안에서 어법에 맞는 표현으로 가장 적절한 것은? 난이도 ★★★ Whenever people tell me that they want to be leaders. I ask why.co.
이런 경우 앞의 that은 종종 생략되지만 뒤의 that은 대체로 생략되지 않는다. floods and natural disasters and of people who help in street emergencies.Type 5 글의 순서 난이도 ★☆☆ ■ 주어진 글 다음에 이어질 글의 순서로 가장 적절한 것은? Bystanders who actively intervene to save a life or interrupt a crime not only want to be helpful.defense. (B) This sense of competence turns up in studies of people who rescue others from fires. but they also know how to be helpful. aid the victim. This sense of competence turns up in studies of people [who rescue others from fires.틀리기 쉬운 유형 . (A) Of 32 people who had directly intervened in real episodes. (C) But even people who do not have such skills can help in an emergency. Many had had specialized training in police work. S V O1 O2 → 두 개의 that절이 동사 feel의 목적어로 사용되었다. or self. and report a crime. first aid. ① (A)-(C)-(B) ④ (C)-(A)-(B) ② (B)-(A)-(C) ⑤ (C)-(B)-(A) ③ (B)-(C)-(A) Points to Master They feel / that they are competent to help / and that their efforts won’t backfire . 82 영어독해연습(2) . They can call for medical help. therefore. They feel that they are competent to help and that their efforts won’t backfire. Social psychologists emphasize. all said they felt certain they could handle the dangerous situation. for example. lifesaving. floods and natural disasters] and S V ▲ of people [who help in street emergencies]. get the police. → 관계대명사절의 수식을 받는 두 개의 of people이 studies를 수식한다. that altruism is not simply a spontaneous or selfless expression of a desire to help.
and failure to spend enough time with friends and family. not our actions. it is our failures to act ⑤ that we regret.ebsi. Many people regretted ④ not pursuing interests such as golf or stamp collections. reinforcing the point that.www.kr Type 6 어법성 판단 정답과 해설 39~40쪽 ■ 다음 글의 밑줄 친 부분 중.co. / when looking back on our lives. Points to Master Indeed. failure to seize the moment. adults ③ asking to report their biggest regrets in life reported almost twice as many failures to act (63 S V percent) as actions (37 percent). 배수 표현이 사용되었다. / none regretted wasting time on S V = which reinforces O that 이하는 the point와 동격 such interests. when looking back on our lives. adults ③ asking to report their biggest regrets in life reported almost twice as many failures to act (63 percent) as actions (37 percent). we are most likely to relate things we have failed to do: “I wish I ② had worked harder in college. reinforcing the point that. 10강 83 .” Indeed. Many people regretted ④ not pursuing interests such as golf or stamp collections. Gilovich and Medvec found that the very opposite pattern is obtained when people look back on their lives. When we are asked to describe our biggest regrets in life. / it is our failures to act ⑤ that we regret. not our actions. → twice as many A as B는 ‘B보다 두 배 더 많은 A’ 의 뜻으로. However. that 이하는 the point와 동격이다. The most commonly regretted inactions were missed educational opportunities. 어법상 틀린 것은? 난이도 ★★☆ People anticipate ① regretting actions more than inactions. none regretted wasting time on such interests. → reinforcing의 의미상의 주어는 바로 앞 문장 전체이다.
틀리기 쉬운 유형 . Since 1977. Because they could profit from protecting the big animals. many nations have outlawed rhino hunting and forbidden the sale of rhino parts.000. and hunting. The rhino story echoes earlier success with using private property rights to help save elephants. the trade ban has not had a discernible effect on rhino numbers and does not seem to have stopped the trade in rhino horn. 84 영어독해연습(2) . often in cooperation with neighboring landowners. But what if the powerful incentives created by private ownership were instead brought to bear on the rhino? This was done during the 1980s and 1990s in the southern African nation of Zimbabwe. In most of Africa where rhinos naturally range. such as photo safaris. 물음에 답하시오.Type 7 단일 장문 난이도 ★★☆ [1~2] 다음 글을 읽고. Between 1989 and 1995. while the rest of Africa lost about 20 percent of its elephants. private ownership of the rhino is prohibited. The result? From 1979 to 1989.000 in Zimbabwe and Botswana. while Kenya’s elephant population fell from 65. According to a South African economist. others like Zimbabwe and Botswana allowed domestic trade in ivory and allowed landowners and local tribes to benefit financially from the presence of elephants through quasi-private ownership arrangements. While some countries.000 to 19. ecotourism. But this approach has only made things worse for the rhino: between 1970 and 1994 the number of black rhinos declined by 95 percent. such as Kenya. the black rhino population . property rights helped push elephant numbers from 50.000 up to 94. banned ivory trade and forbade elephant hunting. Revenues came both from hunting many big game animals and from nonconsumptive uses of wildlife. elephant populations in Zimbabwe and Botswana rose by about 15 percent. Under these rules. Landowners were allowed to fence and manage the game animals on their property. some ranchers shifted their operations from cattle to wildlife protection.
C (완료부정사) → 완료부정사는 바로 앞의 동사보다 시제가 앞선 것을 나타낼 때 사용된다. / the trade ban has not had a discernible effect on rhino numbers and does S V1 O V2 not seem to have stopped the trade in rhino horn. 10강 85 .www.co. But what if the powerful incentives created by private ownership were instead brought to bear on the rhino? S ▲ V → What if ~?는 ‘~하면 어떻게 될까?’ 라는 의미이다.ebsi.kr 정답과 해설 40~41쪽 1 위 글의 제목으로 가장 적절한 것은? ① Destruction and Extinction of Animals by Man ② How Many Species Are Seriously Endangered? ③ Private Property Rights May Endanger Wildlife ④ Can Wild Animals Survive on Their Own in the Wild? ⑤ Protecting Endangered Species by Private Ownership 2 위 글의 빈칸에 들어갈 말로 가장 적절한 것은? ① gathered together ② was unpredictable ③ climbed dramatically ④ was strictly controlled ⑤ approached extinction Points to Master According to a South African economist.
I don’t want to see young people being rebellious. I have also noticed that if they don’t agree with me. instead of standing up for what they believe is right.” When I ask a direct question and get the answer “whatever. “whatever. but (B) either / neither do I want to see them not care 지각동사 목적어 목적격보어 지각동사 목적어 목적격보어 about [ what they feel is right]. Don’t just wait to see what everyone else is going to do and then (C) follow / following the crowd. but으로 이어진 절에서는 원형부정사가 부정된 형태 (not care)가 사용되었다. / they S V ~ 대신에 관계대명사(~것) S’ often cave in and say. (B). they often cave in and say. (A) which which that that that (B) either neither either neither neither (C) follow following follow follow following ① ② ③ ④ ⑤ …… …… …… …… …… …… …… …… …… …… Points to Master I have also noticed that if they don’t agree with me.PartⅡ 11 Type 1 어법성 판단 난이도 ★★☆ ■ (A). 첫 번째 주절에서는 현재분사구(being rebellious)가. Indifference is perhaps the greatest tragedy of all. (C)의 각 네모 안에서 어법에 맞는 표현으로 가장 적절한 것은? A popular term these days especially among teenagers is “whatever. 86 영어독해연습(2) . “whatever. you must make the choice to do something on purpose.틀리기 쉬운 유형 .” V’1 V’2 → that은 주절의 동사 have also noticed의 목적어절을 이끄는 역할을 한다. 관계대명사(~것) → see의 목적격보어로. dedicated. Take a stand and set a standard others will reach to achieve.” That is not a good attitude either. and committed.” (A) which / that tells me the person really does not care at all. / instead of standing up for [ what they believe is right]. You cannot wait to feel motivated. I don’t want to see young people being rebellious. but (B) either / neither do I want to see them not care about what they feel is right.
⑤ This means that humans and chimps are much closer to each other than anyone has thought. ③ The analyses show that even though the two species split from a common ancestor between only 5 million and 7 million years ago. → led by Soojin Yi는 a team of geneticists를 수식한다. 11강 87 . 관계대명사 V’ → that은 동사 show의 목적어절을 이끄는 역할을 한다. the speed가 관계대명사절 안에서‘`~한 속도로’ 라는 의미를 나타내므로. a team of geneticists at Georgia Tech in Atlanta [ led by Soojin Yi] confirmed [ what many of us S (which was) led ~ V 관계대명사(~것) have long believed]. ④ In humans the capacity for symbolic communication has evolved to surpass the level of the capacity in our ape cousins.co. The analyses show [that even though the two species split from a common ancestor between only 5 million and 7 S V S’ 비록 ~이지만 million years ago. 관계대명사 which 앞에 전치사 at이 쓰였다. ① They compared 63 million base pairs of DNA from different species ─ each ‘base’ being a letter in that species’ genetic code. ② This has allowed them to look at what is called the ‘molecular clock’: that is.ebsi. the speed at which the genetic code evolves. that chimps and men are much closer relatives than accepted wisdom has it. 뒤에 이어지는 that절은 what ~ believed를 부가적으로 설명해주는 역할을 한다. base pair (이중사슬 DNA 중의) 염기쌍 Points to Master A few years ago.kr Type 2 무관한 문장 찾기 정답과 해설 41~42쪽 ■ 다음 글에서 전체 흐름과 관계 없는 문장은? 난이도 ★★☆ A few years ago. that chimps and men are much closer relatives than accepted wisdom has it. the speed [at which they evolved apart] is much slower than for other primates].www. a team of geneticists at Georgia Tech in Atlanta led by Soojin Yi confirmed what many of us have long believed. the speed at which they evolved apart is much slower than for other primates. 관계대명사 what절은 confirmed의 목적어절에 해당하며.
but all survived. / they moored their sloop at a dock [ owned by a man [ named Putnam]]. 1904. The Vermont court found that the cost [of denying the Ploofs refuge from the storm] outweighed any benefit S V S’ ▲ V’ [Putnam might have gained / by exercising complete control over his dock]. who는 계속적 용법의 관계대명사로 a man named Putnam 을 부가적으로 설명하는 역할을 한다. (C) Putnam sent a servant to order the Ploofs to cast off from the dock. (A) The Ploofs later filed a suit against Putnam.Type 3 글의 순서 난이도 ★★☆ ■ 주어진 글 다음에 이어질 글의 순서로 가장 적절한 것은? On November 13. They did so. Several family members were injured. Why was it illegal for Putnam to prevent the Ploofs from using his dock? (B) The laws of private property grant owners considerable. power to decide how their property is used. they moored their sloop at a dock owned by a man named Putnam. 88 영어독해연습(2) .틀리기 쉬운 유형 . any benefit 다음에는 동사 might have gained의 목적어 역할을 하는 관계대명사 that이 생략되어 있다. several members of the Ploof family were sailing on Lake Champlain when a storm broke. → Seeking shelter는 분사구문으로. ‘피신할 곳을 찾다가’ 라는 뜻이다. and soon their sloop capsized in the storm. moor (배를) 정박시키다 sloop 범선 ① (A)-(B)-(C) ④ (C)-(A)-(B) ② (A)-(C)-(B) ⑤ (C)-(B)-(A) ③ (B)-(C)-(A) Points to Master Seeking shelter. by -ing: ~함으로써 → Putnam ~ dock은 선행사 any benefit를 수식하는 관계대명사절로. who lived in a house on an island in the lake. but not absolute. and a Vermont court found in their favor in 1908. Seeking shelter. 「might have +과거분사」 는 ‘~였을지도 모른다’ 라는 뜻이다. The Vermont court found that the cost of denying the Ploofs refuge from the storm outweighed any benefit Putnam might have gained by exercising complete control over his dock. who lived in a house on S V (which was) owned ~ (who was) named ~ an island in the lake.
co. they had visions of whole cities roofed with gold. The islanders gestured towards the west. Driven by their insatiable greed into ever more crazy adventures.kr Type 4 어법성 판단 정답과 해설 42~43쪽 ■ 다음 글의 밑줄 친 부분 중. All that interested the Spanish adventurers was the source of the gold rings that some of them ② wearing through their noses. 어법상 틀린 것은? 난이도 ★★★ The first Spanish ships carrying Columbus and his companions had discovered only islands. and so America was discovered. as they were called. 언제나(어디서나) → Driven ~은 분사구문으로 Driven 앞에 Being이 생략되어 있다. conquistadores 에스파냐인 정복자들 loot 전리품 insatiable 만족할 줄 모르는 Points to Master These conquistadores. were rough fellows. little better than pirates는 rough fellows 를 부가적으로 설명해주는 역할을 한다. be driven into 〔to〕 는 ‘~로 내몰리다. little better than pirates. were rough fellows. little better than pirates. ① whose simple and good-natured inhabitants had little to offer them. 이끌리다’ 라는 의미이다.ebsi. ③ Convinced of its existence. These conquistadores. Nothing could deter them and no means were too foul ⑤ wherever gold was concerned. 11강 89 . they exploited and deceived the natives at every turn. they exploited and deceived the natives S V1 V2 at every turn. [ who left Spain in search of new lands / to conquer for their king and S to부정사구2 주격 관계대명사 to부정사구1 to enrich ④ themselves with loot]. Driven by their insatiable greed into ever more crazy adventures. V → who ~ loot는 주격 관계대명사절로 선행사인 These conquistadores를 수식한다.www. who left Spain in search of new lands to conquer for their king and to enrich ④ themselves with loot. The Spaniards were actually in search of the fabled land of Eldorado. as they were called.
and the great sailing ships of the time labored along at less than half that speed.틀리기 쉬운 유형 . and to exceed this speed limit was so difficult that nearly 3. managed to reach a speed of one hundred mph. 90 영어독해연습(2) . when the first mail coach began operating in England in 1784. ③ The first steam locomotive. it averaged a mere ten mph. when the chariot was invented를 강조하고 있다. Points to Master It was not until about 1600 B. when the chariot was invented that the maximum travel speed was raised to roughly twenty miles per hour(mph). ⑤ It took the human race millions of years to attain that record. C1 관계부사 V1 S1 S2 V2 C2 when the first mail coach began operating in England in 1784. with the help of a more advanced steam locomotive. ① So impressive was this invention.. introduced in 1825..500 years later.」 강조 구문으로 not until about 1600 B.C.C. ② The national mail delivery systems have generally been established as government monopolies with a fee on the article prepaid. ④ It was probably not until the 1880s that man. could have a top speed of only thirteen mph.. and to exceed this speed limit was so difficult that nearly 3.은 ‘너무 ~해서 결국 …하다’ 는 의미이다. when the chariot was invented that the maximum travel speed was raised to ~이후에야 비로소 관계부사 roughly twenty miles per hour(mph). So impressive was this invention.C.500 years later. → 주격 보어인 so impressive가 문두로 오면서 주어와 동사가 도치되었다. it averaged a mere ten mph. ~당 → 「It was ~ that ..Type 5 무관한 문장 찾기 난이도 ★☆☆ ■ 다음 글에서 전체 흐름과 관계 없는 문장은? It was not until about 1600 B. so ~ that .
(C)의 각 네모 안에서 어법에 맞는 표현으로 가장 적절한 것은? 난이도 ★★★ Let’s look at the naturally occurring heavy metals. Many of the heavy metals are biopersistent. putting them into consumer goods.kr Type 6 어법성 판단 정답과 해설 43~44쪽 ■ (A). Even though these all occur in nature. the scale [at which we’re extracting them. and reproductive problems]. developmental. Scientists have amassed piles of studies concluding beyond a doubt that even low-level exposure to these chemicals is causing widespread neurological. global emissions of lead from industrial sources are twenty-seven times higher than lead emissions from natural sources. → concluding ~ problems는 piles of studies를 수식하는 역할을 한다. As a case in point.ebsi. they remain there for a really long time ─ we’re talking decades ─ before passing out of the body. There’s a reason nature (B) securing / secured these metals underground rather than circulating them in biological systems: they are supertoxic to all life forms. → at which ~ the planet은 the scale을 수식하는 관계대명사절로. 11강 91 . Scientists have amassed piles of studies [ concluding beyond a doubt that even low-level exposure to these S V’ V 의심의 여지없이 S’ chemicals is causing widespread neurological. the scale이 관계대명사절에서 ‘~한 규모로’ 란 뜻의 역할을 하 므로 which 앞에 전치사 at이 사용되었다. and reproductive problems. (A) ① is ② is ③ is ④ are ⑤ are (B) securing secured secured securing secured (C) that that what what that …… …… …… …… …… …… …… …… …… …… Points to Master Even though these all occur in nature. and distributing them around the planet (A) is / are unnatural and devastating.co. concluding과 that 절 사이에 beyond a doubt가 삽입되어 있다. developmental. which means (C) that / what once they are inside a living organism.www. that절은 concluding의 목적어절로. (B). 비록 ~이지만(= Even if) 관계대명사 and distributing them around the planet] (A) is / are unnatural and devastating. putting them into consumer goods. the scale at which we’re extracting them.
Type 7 단일 장문 난이도 ★★☆ [1~2] 다음 글을 읽고. From a lefty’s perspective. The percentage of lefties in a society may actually be one of the best indicators we have of whether a society is open and flexible or rigid and overbearing. 물음에 답하시오. I. for one. maker of the BlackBerry. the BlackBerry was designed with only the righty in mind.틀리기 쉬운 유형 . three-ring binders. The bottom line is that the rise of southpaws means not just that we’ll have more lefties in school and in the workplace ─ but also that society is becoming more tolerant and ultimately more able to build on self-expression instead of suppressing it. growing in numbers ─ and it won’t be long before marketers stop shunning them and instead grab the edge in the lefty marketplace. grapefruit knives. The percentage of lefthanded people may seem like an insignificant detail. But now lefties are on the march. If you are a lefty or live with one. a society that tolerates people working with different hands. is also likely to . corkscrews. has admitted that with its right-side tracking wheel and scroll button. 왼손잡이 선수 handedness of all types. 92 영어독해연습(2) . But so far. The left-handed co-chief executive of Research In Motion. or other basic items designed for right-handed people. and encourages parents to let their children develop naturally. consumer relief is long overdue. can openers. but in fact. with more swappable handles on their products and more alternative southpaw versions. it hasn’t been cost-effective to design one for lefties. you know how miserable it is for lefties to try to use scissors. wouldn’t want to live in a society that didn’t encourage BlackBerry 블랙베리(스마트폰의 일종) swappable 교체 가능한 southpaw 왼손잡이의.
but also . The bottom line is that the rise of southpaws means not just that we’ll have more lefties in school and in the 요컨대(결국은) ~이다 workplace – but also that society is becoming more tolerant and ultimately more able to build on self-expression instead of suppressing it.kr 정답과 해설 44~45쪽 1 위 글의 빈칸에 들어갈 말로 가장 적절한 것은? ① try to maintain public order ② tolerate a lot of other freedoms ③ prefer to follow the majority party ④ be more concerned about education ⑤ admit the side effects of labor market policies 2 위 글의 제목으로 가장 적절한 것은? ① Left-Handedness and Its Causes ② Social Justice Is Not Easily Won ③ More Lefties.co. More Open Society ④ Lefties: Are They More Intelligent? ⑤ Customer-Friendly: A Long Way to Go Points to Master But now lefties are on the march.. not just와 but also 뒤에는 means의 목적어절에 해당하는 that절이 병렬 구조를 이루고 있다. 11강 93 . ~ 대신에 = self-expression → 「not just 〔only〕 ~.ebsi. stop과 grab은 주어인 marketers 뒤에서 병렬 구조를 이루고 있다. → it won’t be long before ~는‘~하는 데 오래 걸리지 않을 것이다(머지않아 ~할 것이다)’ 라는 의미를 나타낸다..www. growing in numbers – and it won’t be long before marketers stop shunning S1 V1 분사구문 S2 전치사 V2 명사구1 명사구2 them and instead grab the edge in the lefty marketplace. with more swappable handles on their products and more = lefties alternative southpaw versions.(~뿐만 아니라 … 역시)」구문이 사용되었으며.
There was a very barbaric custom in certain areas of Greece. [that the physical body ~ S V 가목적어 목적격보어 진목적어 부사구 목적어절 descended]. As they observed the child. in children up to the seventh year. they tried to discover ② whether its body was properly expressing the divine life of existence before birth. 칼집 Points to Master They saw a being [ who had lived in a spirit world / prior to earthly life]. The Greeks considered it important to recognize. S V O 주격 관계대명사 ~보다 전에[먼저] → 주격 관계대명사 who의 선행사는 a being(존재)이다. People exposed and thus killed the children who were instinctively believed ④ were mere sheaths. in children up to the seventh year . 94 영어독해연습(2) . This was the result of rigidly adhering to the belief that the physical human being ⑤ during the first seven years of life is the garment of a divine spirit being.틀리기 쉬운 유형 . not expressing a true spirit being in their physical nature. The Greeks considered / it important to recognize . They saw a being who had lived in a spirit world prior to earthly life.PartⅡ 12 Type 1 어법성 판단 난이도 ★★☆ ■ 다음 글의 밑줄 친 부분 중. 어법상 틀린 것은? What did the Greeks see in a small child between birth and the change of teeth? They saw a being ① sent to earth from spiritual heights. that은 타동사 recognize의 목적어가 되는 명사절을 이끄는 접속사이다. that the physical body ③ holds a spirit being who has descended. → 불완전타동사 consider의 목적어가 to부정사인 경우에는 목적어 자리에 가목적어 it을 쓰고 진목적어인 to부정사구(to recognize) 를 목적격보어 뒤에 둔다. expose (어린애 등을) 집밖에 버리다 sheath 외피.
while peasants and other commoners wore shoes made of leather or other animal skins. elites have always worn very different shoes from commoners. ④ Embroidery. that dancers first began to perform in shoes without heels. until ~ that . have been a simple way to note one’s class status.」 강조 구문으로 시간의 부사구와 이를 수식하는 관계부사절을 강조하고 있다. including silk. brocade 브로케이드(아름다운 무늬를 넣어 짠 직물) embroidery 자수. have been a simple way / to note one’s class status . ⑤ Clogs. It wasn’t until the early eighteenth century.co.. like clothing.kr Type 2 무관한 문장 찾기 정답과 해설 45~46쪽 ■ 다음 글에서 전체 흐름과 관계 없는 문장은? 난이도 ★☆☆ In Europe from the early Middle Ages through today. velvet. elites have always worn / very different shoes from commoners . and soft leather. that dancers first began to 강조 부분 관계부사절 perform / in shoes without heels . V2 C way를 수식하는 to부정사구 → 앞에 두 개의 부사구가 있고. 수(놓기) Points to Master In Europe / from the early Middle Ages through today. when women were allowed to dance. 강조 구문에서 「It be동사 not 은 ‘~하고서야 비로소 …하다’ 로 해석한다... vegetable dyes. S1 S2 (삽입어구) V1 O and shoes . 두 개의 절 elites ~ commoners와 shoes ~ status가 등위접속사 and에 의해 연결되어 있다. 부사구 → 「It be동사 ~ that . noble men and women wore shoes made from a variety of luxurious fabrics. and shoes.ebsi. simple footwear made out of a carved block of wood. ③ It wasn’t until the early eighteenth century. ② For instance. ① The materials used to make shoes. and beading were used to further decorate elite shoes. [when women were allowed to dance]. from at least the tenth century. were very different for commoners and nobility. like clothing. were also a common form of footwear for peasants and other commoners throughout Europe. brocade.www..」 12강 95 .
and without any infections. he isolated a very important chemical which he named magainin. 대명사 it은 앞에 있는 절의 주어 something을 가리킨다. many scientists took for granted that a frog’s wounds healed naturally and quickly without antibiotics. When it is broken. When it’s unbroken. → shielding은 현재분사로 주어 something을 수식한다. we clean it with an antiseptic to make sure it doesn’t get infected while it heals. and it has to be a very big shield / to fight against so V1 S1 현재분사 S2 V2 many dangerous germs. it keeps most germs out. and it has to be a very big shield to fight against so many dangerous germs. Zasloff had the clue he was looking for. He examined each frog carefully. He thought. “There must be something shielding them from infection.” A big shield? Suddenly. 에서 나온 말로 강력한 자연항생제) magainin 마가이닌 (히브리어‘방패’ ① (A)-(C)-(B) ④ (C)-(A)-(B) ② (B)-(A)-(C) ⑤ (C)-(B)-(A) ③ (B)-(C)-(A) Points to Master Up until Dr. Zasloff asked that question. Zasloff asked that question. There must be something / shielding them from infection. He thought. Dr. 96 영어독해연습(2) . (C) Sure enough.Type 3 글의 순서 난이도 ★☆☆ ■ 주어진 글 다음에 이어질 글의 순서로 가장 적절한 것은? Dr. (A) He knew the biggest shield any creature has against infection is a healthy skin.틀리기 쉬운 유형 . Zasloff wanted to know why this was so. This breakthrough natural antibiotic was the frog’s shield against infection. Michael Zasloff wondered why injured frogs got better quickly. → take ~ for granted는 ‘~을 당연하게 여기다’ 의 의미로 목적어에 해당하는 that절이 문장의 뒤로 이동한 경우이다. in 1987. “Why is this happening?” he asked. “The answer must be in the skin of these lucky frogs!” (B) But Dr. many scientists took for granted [that a frog’s wounds healed naturally 시간 부사절 S V 목적어절 S’ V’ and quickly / without antibiotics]. Up until Dr.
nurse (어린애가) 젖을 먹다 colostrum 초유(初乳) (A) ① as ② as ③ so ④ so ⑤ so …… …… …… …… …… (B) critical critically critical critically critical …… …… …… …… …… (C) starve starving starving starving starve Points to Master It also lacks the stimuli to the infant’s immune system [ that human colostrum and breast milk have ]. Every year. This is especially true when formula is mixed with not-very-clean water.ebsi.co. until the last six or seven decades. iron. It also lacks the stimuli to the infant’s immune system that human colostrum and breast milk have. Formula-fed babies are sicklier. → as는 앞 문장의 내용을 선행사로 받는 유사관계대명사이다. poor families are tempted to dilute the formula too much. S V O 목적격 관계대명사 S’ V’ → that은 선행사 the stimuli ~ system을 수식하는 목적격 관계대명사이다.www. (C)의 각 네모 안에서 어법에 맞는 표현으로 가장 적절한 것은? 난이도 ★★☆ Much has changed with the coming of baby formula. infants nursed or died. This is especially true [when formula is mixed with not-very-clean water]. new substances (B) critical / critically to development are found in breast milk.kr Type 4 어법성 판단 정답과 해설 46~47쪽 ■ (A). 12강 97 . as is usually 〔often〕 의 의미 the case는‘보통[흔히] 있는 일이지만’ 이다. Even now. (B). and other nutrients. as is usually the case in the Third World and often even in the United States. Also. slowly (C) starve / starving the baby. formula is a rather poor substitute for breast milk. Cow’s milk has too little vitamin C. Cow’s milk is (A) as / so poor as a human food that it never could substitute for breast milk. [ as is usually the case / in the Third World S V C 부사절 S’ V’ 유사관계대명사 and often even in the United States].
→ 세미콜론(.틀리기 쉬운 유형 . Growth may have been lacking but at least financial instability was not a problem. there is no sign of an Inflation Monster. (B) Despite its drawbacks we muddled along with barter exchange for a few hundred thousand years. this period was not one of rapid economic growth. no one would scatter valuable chickens around a marketplace for free. 98 영어독해연습(2) .Type 5 글의 순서 난이도 ★★☆ ■ 주어진 글 다음에 이어질 글의 순서로 가장 적절한 것은? Long. S1 V1 적어도. muddle along 계속 되는대로 하다⋯ traipse 터벅터벅 걷다 ① (A)-(B)-(C) ④ (C)-(A)-(B) ② (B)-(A)-(C) ⑤ (C)-(B)-(A) ③ (B)-(C)-(A) Points to Master In the barter exchange economy.) 뒤에서 앞의 내용에 대한 이유를 기술하고 있다. if you wanted to swap your chicken for a loaf of bread. All goods were exchanged directly for all other goods. long ago. In the barter exchange economy. Growth may have been lacking / but at least financial instability / was not a problem. no one would scatter valuable chickens / 부사구 V 공짜로. (C) It wasn’t a great system. you were stuck with the task of traipsing around the market square until you could find someone with firewood who just happened to want a chicken. 최소한 S2 V2 → 「may have+과거분사」 는 과거 사실의 불확실한 추측을 나타내는 것으로 ‘~했을지도 모른다’ 라는 의미이다. 무료로 S S’ V’ O’ around a marketplace / for free . no finance means no financial instability. the first trade was conducted via barter. there is no sign of an Inflation Monster. but the baker happened to want firewood. (A) That’s because all goods were exchanged for each other in real time. Unsurprisingly.
as ~ as possible은 ‘가능한 한. ① means that you’ll have to waste more emissions. or cool air in summer. Also. or cool air in summer. ② make sure the insulation in the loft is as good as it can be. Seal off drafts around windows and consider lining curtains. S’ V’ O’ → 주격 관계대명사절 that escapes in winter가 앞에 있는 Any heat을 꾸며주고 있으며. Points to Master It makes clear climate sense / to ensure [that your home is as well protected from the elements as possible].co.S. 12강 99 .www. ask the real estate agent or landlord how ⑤ efficient the new house is.kr Type 6 어법성 판단 정답과 해설 47~48쪽 ■ 다음 글의 밑줄 친 부분 중. and don’t be afraid to demand changes ─ such as improved insulation ─ that will make it better. 어법상 틀린 것은? 난이도 ★★☆ It makes clear climate sense to ensure that your home is as well protected from the elements as possible. home. consider changing the level ③ which you set your thermostat. Any heat [that escapes in winter]. The Department of Energy’s Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Program has some good ideas about how to make your home more energy efficient. 가급적’ 이라는 의미이다. Any heat that escapes in winter. And. If you live in a house. Heating and cooling take up more than half the energy use in a typical U. ① means [that you’ ll have to waste more emissions]. and most of our homes are overheated in the winter and ④ overcooled in the summer. to ensure 이하가 진주어의 역할을 하고 있다. yes. 이치에 맞다 S’ V’ → It은 가주어.ebsi. if you’re moving. cool air와 in summer 사이에는 that escapes 가 생략되어 있다.
John was greeted with cheers. and within two years he became a successful manager of another branch. Although tempted to transfer John.틀리기 쉬운 유형 . Occasionally John developed drive for a few weeks. but then he lapsed into his old ways again. The manager learned that John had no economic needs. When he became an assistant manager at his ninth branch. He had his secretary prepare a large cake and write on top an important financial ratio which was under John’s jurisdiction and which happened to be favorable at the moment. his manager soon learned of his record.Type 7 단일 장문 난이도 ★★☆ [1~2] 다음 글을 읽고. 관할 지역 100 영어독해연습(2) . His wife managed the apartments. so the manager started working in that direction. Usually his manager arranged to move him out of the way by transferring him to a new branch that was just opening. the manager concluded that although John’s needs for tangible goods were satisfied. John Doe. so John had worked in eight branches in eleven years. age about fifty. After a careful analysis of John’s situation. The manager made little headway with John and twice considered trying to fire him. he might respond to . worked as an assistant manager of a branch bank in a large banking system. He had been an assistant manager for eleven years. the manager held a party for all employees before the bank opened. His behavior gradually changed. 물음에 답하시오. the manager decided to try a different approach. His two children were college graduates and had a good income. At the party. On the branch’s first birthday. because he had a comfortable inheritance and owned several apartments. jurisdiction 관할권. His work was so ordinary that no branch manager wanted him. John was greatly moved by the that his associates gave him about the ratio. John was contented.
→ 접속사 that이 이끄는 절이 concluded의 목적어 역할을 하고 있다. After a careful analysis of John’s situation.www.co.ebsi. the manager concluded [that although John’s needs for tangible goods 부사구 S1 V’ V1 S2 V2 부사절 were satisfied .kr 정답과 해설 48~49쪽 1 위 글의 밑줄 친 a different approach의 의미로 가장 적절한 것은? ① 부하 직원이 일할 의욕이 생기게 할 방법을 찾는 것 ② 부하 직원에게 재산 관리 방법을 조언하는 것 ③ 부하 직원에게 차별 대우를 하지 않는 것 ④ 업무 실적에 따라 부하 직원을 승진시키는 것 ⑤ 부하 직원에게 창의적인 아이디어를 구하는 것 2 위 글의 빈칸에 공통으로 들어갈 말로 가장 적절한 것은? ① criticism ③ competition ⑤ recognition ② challenge ④ pressure Points to Master Usually his manager arranged / to move him out of the way / by transferring him to a new branch [ that was just S1 V1 주격 관계대명사 opening]. 12강 101 . he might respond to S’ ]. S2 V2 → 주격 관계대명사 that이 이끄는 절 that was just opening이 앞에 있는 a new branch를 꾸며주고 있다. so John had worked / in eight branches in eleven years. so the manager started / working in that direction.