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7. 대화를 듣고, 남자가 여자에게 부탁한 일을 고르시오.
① to go on a business trip together ② to invest in good stocks ③ to visit the local office ④ to meet an accountant ⑤ to sum up a lecture

1. 대화를 듣고, 여자가 구입할 목베개를 고르시오.
① ②

8. 대화를 듣고, 두 사람이 대화하고 있는 장소로 가장 적절한 곳을 고르
시오. ① park ④ airport ② taxi ⑤ restaurant ③ hotel

9. 대화를 듣고, 두 사람의 관계를 가장 잘 나타낸 것을 고르시오. 2. 대화를 듣고, 여자의 심정으로 가장 적절한 것을 고르시오.
① angry ④ excited ② sympathetic ⑤ envious ③ relieved ① 잡지사 기자 - 식당 주인 ③ 의뢰인 - 실내 디자이너 ⑤ 모델 - 사진사 ② 수강생 - 요리 학원 강사 ④ 관람객 - 행사 진행자

3. 다음을 듣고, 여자가 하는 말의 주제로 가장 적절한 것을 고르시오.
① 청소용 세제 전용 보관함 제작 방법 ② 용도에 따른 청소용 세제 구분 방법 ③ 청소용 세제를 마셨을 경우 응급 처치 요령 ④ 청소용 세제를 안전하게 보관해야 할 필요성 ⑤ 아동에게 안전한 청소용 세제 용기 제작의 필요성

10. 대화를 듣고, 여자가 할 일로 가장 적절한 것을 고르시오.
① 교장 선생님 만나기 ③ 교내 전시회 평가하기 ⑤ 박물관 운영 위원회 개최하기 ② 동물 표본 구입하기 ④ 박물관 관람 시간 문의하기

11. 다음 표를 보면서 대화를 듣고, 남자가 구입할 전자 사전을 고르시오.
Electronic Dictionary
Features Voice Memory Recorder 4GB × 4GB 2GB 2GB × 1GB

4. 대화를 듣고, 남자가 할 일로 가장 적절한 것을 고르시오.
① 이름 오자 정정하기 ③ 배치 고사 시험 보기 ⑤ 한 시간 후에 전화하기 ② 수강 신청 변경하기 ④ 무료 수업 청강하기 Models ① Franklin ② Babylon ③ Alpha ④ Besta ⑤ Captain French & Spanish


5. 대화를 듣고, 여자가 지불해야 할 차액을 고르시오.
① $ 10 ② $ 20 ③ $ 24 ④ $ 30 ⑤ $ 40

× ×

$ 95 $ 79 $ 75 $ 70 $ 62

12. Pine Forest Harmonica Festival에 관한 다음 내용을 듣고, 6. 다음을 듣고, 남자가 하는 말의 목적으로 가장 적절한 것을 고르시오.
① 마라톤 대회 자원 봉사자의 업무를 설명하려고 ② 마라톤 대회를 예정대로 개최할 것을 촉구하려고 ③ 폭우로 인한 마라톤 대회 취소에 대해 사과하려고 ④ 젖은 도로로 인한 안전 사고 방지 요령을 안내하려고 ⑤ 마라톤 대회 개최지를 Portland로 옮길 것을 제안하려고 2010년 11월 전국모의고사 일치하지 않는 것을 고르시오. ① 올해 초에 산불로 인해 취소된 적이 있다. ② 12월 10일에 겨울 축제로 개최될 예정이다. ③ 금요일에 시작되어 3일에 걸쳐 진행될 예정이다. ④ 토요일 아침 방문객에게는 팬케이크가 제공된다. ⑤ 입장료를 받는 강습과 행사가 포함되어 있다.





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13. 다음 그림 속의 두 사람의 대화로 가장 적절한 것을 고르시오.

18. 다음 글의 목적으로 가장 적절한 것은?
Stainless steel produces certain ions in the presence of water, which help remove odors. I’ve seen a housewife who put lots of coins in the refrigerator to remove unpleasant smells. Stainless steel soap works just the same as the coins in the refrigerator. It is even better than real soap at removing odors. Just rub the stainless steel bar in your hands under cold water, and odors like onion and garlic disappear. In addition, you can boil the stainless steel soap to remove germs, which makes it cleaner and safer than any other regular soap. So far, the stainless steel bars have not been produced for commercial uses in our country, but customer surveys show that the market has great potential. If we produce the bars and promote them in the market, we can be the leading company in the industry.
① 새로운 비누 제품을 광고하려고 ② 회사에 신제품 생산을 제안하려고 ③ 신제품 아이디어를 공개 모집하려고 ④ 발명품 경진 대회 수상자를 소개하려고 ⑤ 출시된 제품의 결함 수정 사항을 보고하려고

14. 대화를 듣고, 남자의 마지막 말에 대한 여자의 응답으로 가장 적절
한 것을 고르시오.

① I need something light when I am moving. ② I don’t want others to see me reading a book. ③ You can borrow books from the mobile library. ④ Ride a bus, and you’ll get to know what I feel. ⑤ I can’t read books on a bus because of motion sickness.

19. 밑줄 친 He[he]가 1 가리키는 대상이 나머지 넷과 다른 것은?


15. 대화를 듣고, 여자의 마지막 말에 대한 남자의 응답으로 가장 적절
한 것을 고르시오.

① You are right. It’s better to put health first. ② So do I. I’ll go home after finishing the papers. ③ I see. I’ll try not to let you down with my papers. ④ Neither can I. I didn’t start to write the first sentence. ⑤ Don’t worry. I’ll be careful when I go there this winter.

16. 대화를 듣고, 남자의 마지막 말에 대한 여자의 응답으로 가장 적절
한 것을 고르시오.

The greatest sculptor of ancient Greece was Phidias. Around 440 BC ① he1 made the statues that to this day, 2,400 years later, still stand on the roof of the Parthenon in Athens. The Parthenon itself was built under this sculptor’s general supervision, but ② he1 spent more time and energy on the sculptural decoration of the temple. When ③ he1 completed the decoration, however, the city accountant of Athens said, “These statues stand on the roof of the temple on the highest hill in Athens. Nobody can see anything but their fronts.” ④ He1 refused to pay the bill charged for sculpting the statues, pointing out that nobody can see the backsides of the statues. Phidias got angry and retorted, “You are wrong. The gods can see them.” Eventually, ⑤ he1 got the money he wanted.

20. (A), (B), (C)의 각 네모 안에서 어법에 맞는 표현으로 가장 적절한

① I agree. The equipment is quite expensive. ② Yes. I’m sure the sport is just right for you. ③ Then, you can go to the gym in the morning. ④ Don’t worry. We have extra rackets and shoes. ⑤ Exactly. You should exercise even if you’re busy.

17. 다음 상황 설명을 듣고, Jessica가 Sally에게 할 말로 가장 적절한
것을 고르시오.

① I think I’ll sign up for a dance course. ② Can you reserve two tickets for the musical? ③ You do your best and make a good impression. ④ Can you teach the dance class for me next Saturday? ⑤ They’ll give a notice about the results of the audition.

Some say that computers and mobile phones are ruining our spelling and grammar. Well, if it does seem that standards of grammar and spelling are slipping, it’s probably because there are vast numbers of people writing now, (A) who / when , in the pre-internet age, probably wouldn’t have bothered to write at all. Surely, it’s better that people are writing and communicating their viewpoint than not, isn’t it? Think back to the days when we left home (B) going / to go to university or work overseas. The most cost-effective means to communicate was through letters. When we did get around to writing them, these often arrived weeks after they were written, (C) resulted / resulting in stretches of silence. But now, even my 76-year-old Mom is texting and e-mailing using the Internet phone I bought her, proving that you’re never too old to embrace technology!
`(A) ① who ② who ③ when ④ when ⑤ when …… …… …… …… …… (B) going to go to go to go going …… …… …… …… …… (C) resulted resulting resulting resulted resulted
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이제 듣기·말하기 문제가 끝났습니다. 18번부터는 문제지의 지시에 따라 답을 하기 바랍니다.

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21. 다음 글의 밑줄 친 부분 중, 어법상 틀린 것은?

24. 다음 글에 나타난 ‘I’ 의 심경으로 가장 적절한 것은?
I was packing to leave for a weekend away when I heard cries for help. When I went out, I discovered an elderly neighbor had taken a bad fall on her front steps. She was clearly in pain, so I carried her inside her house and settled her on the bed. I tried to call an ambulance, but she insisted that she didn’t need medical help and that someone would be around soon. So I left her with a bottle of water at her side. As I left, I felt saddened to realize that apart from a few smiles in the past 18 months, we hadn’t connected. She didn’t know my name, and vice versa. When I returned home from the weekend trip, I went to check on her, but she didn’t answer my knocks. Trying the back door and finding it open, I walked inside. There was no sound from inside. On my way to her bed, I looked around, but everything looked the same as before I left my weekend trip.
① grateful ④ concerned ② relieved ⑤ anticipating ③ indifferent

We often buy closets, which we hope will give order to our many possessions. The closet “system” is one element of “household storage,” a manufacturing and retailing industry large enough to pack away everything everyone ① has accumulated2. On Google, the entry “household storage” yields over 2,000,000 hits, including over 130,000 enterprises, all of ② which1 sell nothing but things to put things in. In addition to household storage, there’s out-of-household storage, the windowless boxes ③ dotting1 the outskirts of cities that contain, at this writing, 40,000 facilities, averaging 80 to 90 percent occupancy. Everyone wants some place to put her things in, ④ whatever1 she owns one cup and saucer or half the football equipment in America. Household storage is not just a space, but it is an attitude. Things-to-put-things-in create a pleasant paradox. They allow a person to enjoy the comfort of owning many things and also, since ⑤ they 1 can place those things out of sight, the illusion that she does not own them.

22. 다음 글에서 전체 흐름과 관계 없는 문장은?
A particular smell can send a warning message to succeeding individuals when something happened to a predecessor. ① When a reindeer approaches a spot where one of their species has recently been frightened, it will flee as soon as it smells the scent excreted from the hoof glands of the frightened deer. ② And a smelly fluid extract of the crushed skin of a minnow will cause flight reaction in members of the same species. ③ Likewise, as for human beings, a skillful therapist said that she could clearly distinguish the smell of anger in patients at a distance of six feet or more. ④ One of the most frequently used methods was to make patients inhale the fragrances of essential oils to trigger pleasant memories. ⑤ Many other doctors also said that they prepared themselves when they detected the characteristic odor of emotionally unstable patients.
minnow: 연준모치(잉어과의 작은 물고기)

【25~30】다음 글의 빈칸에 들어갈 말로 가장 적절한 것을 고르시오.

25. In ancient China, Duke Wu of Cheng decided it was time to
take over the increasingly powerful kingdom of Hu. Telling no one of his plan, he married his daughter to Hu’s ruler. He then called a council and asked his ministers, “I am considering a military campaign. Which country should we invade?” As he had expected, one of his ministers replied, “Hu should be invaded.” The duke seemed angry, and said, “Hu is a sister state now. Why do you suggest invading her?” He had the minister executed for his impolitic remark. The ruler of Hu heard about this, and considering other tokens of Wu’s honesty and the marriage with his daughter, he took no precautions to defend himself from Cheng. A few weeks later, Cheng forces swept through Hu and conquered the country. This strategy is called “giving before you take” — the giving, like an actual gift, a generous act, or a polite attitude, can actually the rival.
① help ④ disarm ② scare ⑤ irritate ③ educate

23. 다음 글에서 필자가 주장하는 바로 가장 적절한 것은?
It is widely accepted that in real-world use, you get about 50 percent of the rated battery life of your laptop. For example, the sticker on a laptop says it will run for more than five hours, but it can run only two hours and 44 minutes. The battery lives score big numbers because they’re tested when the laptops are “resting.” Consumer groups are recommending computer makers adopt a new way of describing battery life, using two states: “active time” and “resting time,” similar to the way cell phone makers measure the “talk time” and “standby time” of a phone, which really makes sense. So far, there could be two endings to this story: Either the industry accepting consumer group’s advice, or disappointed consumer groups filing a lawsuit. I suggest the industry go with the first option.
① 노트북 컴퓨터의 배터리 사용 가능 시간을 늘려야 한다. ② 노트북 컴퓨터의 절전 모드 전력 소모량을 줄여야 한다. ③ 휴대 전화와 노트북 컴퓨터에서 사용하는 용어를 통일해야 한다. ④ 노트북 컴퓨터의 배터리를 소비자가 직접 검사하도록 해야 한다. ⑤ 노트북 컴퓨터 배터리 사용 가능 시간 기재 방법을 개선해야 한다. 2010년 11월 전국모의고사

26. People are all born with growth mind-sets. That is, they are
born to believe no talent is entirely heaven-sent and that effort and learning make everything possible. However, young people today tend to believe that they are entitled to success without much effort and regard failure as a personal affront. When things get tough, they are quick to blame others, lie, and even avoid future challenges or risks. It’s because well-intentioned parents have unwittingly left their kids . The current generation of millennials who were born between 1980 and 2001 grew up playing sports where scores and performance were downplayed because everyone’s a winner. And their report cards had more positive remarks. As a result, Stanford University psychologist Carol Dweck, PhD, who has been studying how people handle failure for 40 years, calls them the “overpraised generation.”
① open to changes ② financially abundant ③ subject to obedience ④ defenseless against failure ⑤ physically and mentally strong





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27. It’s a conversation I have most weeks, if not most days. This
time, it happens when my 2-year-old daughter and I are buying milk at the supermarket. The cashiers pat her on her pink cheeks and applaud when she twirls for them, and then I endure the usual dialogue. “Is she your first daughter?” “Yup.” “Is another one coming soon? You’ll have more. You’ll see.” “At the moment, I’m not planning on it.” “You wouldn’t do that to your child. You’ll see.” I offer no retort to this last remark, but if I did, I’d start by asking these young cashiers how much the average child will cost his or her parents. Actually, baby products are so expensive that mothers like me always click on the link at the top or bottom of their computer and find coupons for baby products. It comes as no surprise that the U.S. Department of Agriculture reports that it totals up to about $286,500. That is even before college. It’s a marvel to me these days that anyone can .
① remain single ③ manage a second kid ⑤ compute such a large sum ② handle multiple jobs ④ keep a permanent job

① distinguish the tastes of various foods ② tell the disguised predators from preys ③ change their habitats according to their health ④ can adapt their appearance to the environment ⑤ have the ability to learn from their experiences

30. These days, in a number of industries, such as semiconductors,
aerospace, telecommunications, and pharmaceuticals, the scale of technology has grown to the point where even industry leaders in one country may not have the resources to mount a research and development effort alone, given the enormous costs involved, and the uncertainty of outcomes. Also, the amount of scientific and technical knowledge required to develop certain complex products in today’s world increasingly requires several firms to pool their resources. Moreover, the only way these firms can ever recover their huge investments in research and development is by selling not just to their national markets, which are too small, but to the whole wide world. Thus, and it is one of the features of this era that is not only new in degree but also new in kind. It is one of the features subtly knitting the world together and promoting more globalization, in ways that are not always apparent.
① taxes on imported goods are gradually increasing ② the pressure for economic alliances has increased ③ the copyright is strongly protected among nations ④ competition to ensure limited resources gets fierce ⑤ manufacturers are moving in search for cheaper labor

28. A tobacco company does big business in the Czech Republic,
where cigarette smoking remains popular. Worried about the rising health care costs of smoking, the Czech government recently considered raising taxes on cigarettes. In hopes of fending off the tax increase, the company commissioned a costbenefit analysis of the effects of smoking on the Czech national budget. The study found that the government actually gains more money than it loses from smoking. The reason: although smokers impose higher medical costs on the budget while they are alive, they die early, and so save the government considerable sums in health care, pensions, and housing for the elderly. Once the “positive effects” of smoking are taken into account — including savings due to the premature deaths of smokers — the net gain to the treasury is $147 million per year. But the company dug its own grave because this analysis .
① admitted that cigarettes killed people ② was criticized due to lack of evidence ③ reported that the company inflated its price ④ revealed that the company hadn’t paid the tax ⑤ showed that the company used low-quality ingredients

31. (A), (B), (C)의 각 네모 안에서 문맥에 맞는 낱말로 가장 적절한 것은?
Economic development in the form of dams, artificial lakes, irrigation plans, and other water-control projects can actually (A) improve / worsen public health in the area affected. Slow down or stop the rushing water in a brook or river, and you may expose local inhabitants and workers to diseases. Reports of such unintended (B) conveniences / consequences exist in great numbers, from the Jezira irrigation plan in Sudan, where the White and Blue Niles meet, to the artificial Lake Nasser and Volta Dam in Ghana. For example, all caused increases in a disease which is (C) prevented / transmitted by freshwater snails. The snails send infected larva into still or slow-moving water, which enter the body through the skin when people bathe or work in it. Once inside the body, they develop into mature worms whose eggs do damage to the liver and other organs, eventually causing internal bleeding.
`(A) ① improve ② improve ③ worsen ④ worsen ⑤ worsen …… …… …… …… …… (B) conveniences consequences conveniences consequences consequences …… …… …… …… …… (C) prevented transmitted prevented transmitted prevented
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29. There is growing evidence that insects

. In experiments at the University of Illinois, praying mantises were fed a diet of milkweed bugs, which had been fed either of two diets. One of these diets was a toxic substance and apparently tasted bad to the mantis, and so was rejected by them. Subsequently, they also refused the other group of milkweed bugs that had been raised on nontoxic sunflower seeds. The mantises also refused any insect disguised to look like a milkweed bug. They might have learned that something that looks like a milkweed bug doesn’t taste good. There are many other examples showing that insects may have more smarts than we give them credit for. As far as we know, insects cannot master mazes with the same efficiency as mice, but those who claim smart insects will take over the world if humankind becomes extinct may not be too far off the mark.

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32. 다음 글의 밑줄 친 부분 중, 문맥상 낱말의 쓰임이 적절하지 않은 것
A series of late spring storms smothered the Sierra in snow. The state’s biggest reservoir is nearly ① full 1 . Precipitation across much of California has been above average. By standard measures, California’s three-year ② drought1 is over. All in all, this year is turning out to be the best water year since 2006, before the drought began. But Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger isn’t lifting his drought declaration. Los Angeles isn’t ending its watering ③ restrictions1. And Southern California’s major water wholesaler isn’t ④ resuming1 delivery cuts. Despite months of rain and snow and rising levels in the state’s major reservoirs, water managers aren’t ready to celebrate or make the drought’s end ⑤ official1. Caution, politics and a changing water landscape are all at play.

① management of conflict between supervisors and employees ② necessity of democratic management of the company ③ connection between labor productivity and wages ④ importance of maintaining health for the future ⑤ effects of the organizational status on health

35. Patients have asked for sharing doctors’ notes, which doctors
have refused or reluctantly agreed on. But it wasn’t the end of it if you had them in your hand. Coming home from the hospital with the unfamiliar name of a new diagnosis spinning in your head, you had to pore over medical books to find out what their scribbling meant. Not any more. Many of us who regularly access the Internet use it to check out health information. We can type in our symptoms, find out about clinical trials, look into complementary therapies and gain support through patient networks. We can summon up our courage by reading inspirational stories, and buy medications. We can even publish our own thoughts about treatment. Medical terms have lost their mystique and the full body of medical literature is only a mouse click away. It’s free, it’s convenient, it’s reliable, and it’s sometimes even faster than consulting a doctor.
① patients’ rights to be respected ② difficulties of grasping doctors’ notes ③ rising popularity of alternative medicine ④ accessibility of medical knowledge to people ⑤ necessity of keeping medical records of patients

33. 다음 글의 빈칸 (A), (B)에 들어갈 말로 가장 적절한 것은?


An analysis of the 2000 and 2002 Olympic winners’ acceptance speeches conducted by a researcher found that Americans tended to explain their success in terms of their ( A) personal abilities and efforts; , “I think I just stayed focused. It was time to show the world what I could do. This is my night.” The Japanese athletes were more likely to attribute their success to the people who supported them, saying things like, “Here is the best coach in the world, the best manager in the world, and all of the people who support me — all of these things ( B) together became a gold medal. I didn’t get it alone.” , individualist cultures naturally promote a strong narrative about the power of individual action to change the world, while collectivist cultures see the outcomes as inextricably linked to social system and context.
`(A) ① instead ② instead ③ for example ④ for example ⑤ in addition …… …… …… …… …… (B) However Therefore In brief However In brief

36. 다음 도표의 내용과 일치하지 않는 문장은?
Percentage of Graduates and Students Going to College
(%)100 90 80 70 60 0 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 (Year)

【34~35】다음 글의 주제로 가장 적절한 것을 고르시오.

Acadia High School Graduates Students Going to College

District Total Graduates Students Going to College


A study followed more than 10,000 British businessmen aged twenty to sixty-four, comparing the health outcomes of employees from different pay grades. It found that although the higher-paying jobs came with greater pressure, employees in the lower pay grade, such as doormen, were three times more likely to die from heart disease than the highest-grade workers. The chief reason for these results was that pay grades directly correlated with the degree of control employees had over their work. Although a CEO’s shouldering of responsibility for his company’s profit is certainly stressful, it turns out that his assistant’s responsibility for, say, organizing an endless number of memos is even more stressful. The less control people had over their work, the higher their blood pressure was during work hours.

The above graph shows the percentage of students who graduated from Acadia High School and those who went to college from 2005 to 2009. For comparison, the percentage of district total was provided. ① Overall, the percentage of graduates of Acadia High School was higher than that of district total. ② The percentage of graduates of Acadia High School suffered a drop in 2008 , when it fell under 90 % . ③ The percentage of students who went to college from Acadia High School remained over 70 % since 2006 . ④ In 2009 , the proportion of students who went to college from Acadia High School was higher than that of the district total for the first time during the five years. ⑤ In 2009 , the highest proportion of students in the district went to college during the years covered.

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37. 다음 글에서 Joe Simpson에 관한 내용과 일치하는 것은?
Joe Simpson almost died during his descent from a mountain in the icy heights of the Peruvian Andes. After breaking his leg in a fall, he could barely walk, so his climbing partner, Simon Yates, attempted to lower him to safety, using ropes. When Yates, who couldn’t see or hear Simpson, unwittingly lowered him over the edge of a cliff, Simpson could no longer steady himself against the face of the mountain or climb back up. Yates now had to support all of Simpson’s weight; sooner or later, he would no longer be able to do so, and both of them would plummet to their deaths. Finally, seeing no alternatives, Yates cut the rope, believing he was sentencing his friend to death. What happened next was remarkable: Simpson fell onto a ledge in a crevasse, and over the next few days, he crawled five miles across a glacier, reaching base camp just as Yates was preparing to leave. ledge: (절벽에서 튀어나온) 돌출부
① 안데스 산맥의 고지로 올라가던 중에 사고를 겪었다. ② 팔이 다쳐서 동료에게 짐을 모두 맡겼다. ③ 동료와 함께 절벽으로 떨어졌다. ④ 동료를 살리기 위해 스스로 로프를 끊었다. ⑤ 빙하를 가로질러 기어가서 베이스캠프에 도착했다.

【39~40】다음 글의 요지로 가장 적절한 것을 고르시오.

39. From time to time, we may feel as though what we have in
life is just not enough. We want more of something. Perhaps it’s more wealth, more talents, more opportunities, or more of whatever else we may want. You may think, “If I could just get that thing that I want, I’d be a pretty happy person.” If you think you are the kind of person who always wants more, it might help to ask yourself the question, “Am I ready to handle more?” Let’s say I gave you a plate of food and you ate only half of it. Then would it make sense to ask for a second plate? If you have a plate with food left in it, why are you asking for a second plate? That’s probably because you don’t like anything in your hand. Perhaps because we don’t appreciate what we already have, life won’t give us more. Maybe life is waiting for us to stop demanding and start enjoying and when we are ready for more, our wish will be granted.
① 부와 재능이 행복의 척도는 아니다. ② 가진 것이 많을수록 선택의 폭이 넓다 ③ 끊임없는 노력 속에 진정한 행복이 있다. ④ 사람마다 체질에 맞는 저마다의 식성이 있다. ⑤ 가진 것에 감사하고 이를 누릴 줄 알아야 한다.

38. Wolong National Nature Reserve에 관한 다음 글의 내용과
일치하지 않는 것은?

Buildings and enclosures at the Wolong National Nature Reserve, which is the world’s largest and best-known panda conservation area, were all but destroyed in the devastating earthquake that hit Sichuan province in southeast China in May 2008. Although only one panda, crushed under a collapsed wall, met its fate at the Wolong National Nature Reserve, the Unesco World Heritage site, many others were injured or escaped and 12 staffers lost their lives. It was such a tragic and gloomy disaster, but the Chinese authorities have been working hard and spending harder — over $36 million has been allocated to the Wolong reconstruction effort — to make sure the future of their national icon is secure. After the quake, more than 60 Wolong pandas, including several cubs rescued by a keeper who risked his life to save them, were sent to Wolong’s sister facility about a four-hour drive south. The other four, clearly traumatized, were taken to the so-called panda capital of the world.
① 세계 최대 규모의 판다 보호 구역이다. ② 유네스코가 지정한 세계 문화 유산이다. ③ 쓰촨성 지진으로 보호하던 판다가 죽기도 했다. ④ 복원 사업에 대한 정부의 노력이 미미하다. ⑤ 보호 받던 판다는 두 곳으로 분산되어 보내졌다. 2010년 11월 전국모의고사

40. Silicon, element number 14, is a common element used in
computer and aerospace industry. It sits directly below carbon on the periodic table, which means that silicon can create the same sorts of chemical compounds that carbon does, with silicon taking the place of carbon. Then, could other life forms in the universe use this element as the heart of their complex shapes? Scientists expect carbon to prove far superior to silicon for the purpose, not only because carbon has ten times the abundance of silicon in the cosmos but also because silicon forms chemical bonds that are either substantially stronger or noticeably weaker than those that carbon makes. In particular, the strength of the bonds between silicon and oxygen makes tough rocks that a living creature couldn’t be generated from, whereas complex molecules based on silicon lack the hardiness to survive ecological stresses that carbon-based atoms exhibit.
silicon: 규소

① 규소를 기반으로 한 외계 생명체가 존재할 가능성은 희박하다. ② 규소의 강도를 높여서 탄소를 대체하기 위한 연구가 필요하다. ③ 항공 우주 산업에서 사용되는 규소의 순도를 높일 필요가 있다. ④ 탄소 이외의 물질로 이루어진 행성에도 생명체가 있을 수 있다. ⑤ 탄소와 규소는 외계 생명체의 구성과 밀접한 연관을 지니고 있다.




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44. 주어진 글 다음에 이어질 글의 순서로 가장 적절한 것은?


【41~42】다음 글의 제목으로 가장 적절한 것을 고르시오.

41. Close your eyes and visualize the sun setting over a beach.
How detailed was your image? Did you envision the sun sinking below calm waters? How different was your imaginary beach from a postcard image? The problem is that there is a striking lack of imagination in this sort of visualization task. The brain simply takes the path of least resistance and reactivates neurons that have been optimized to process this sort of scene. But instead of imagining the sun setting over a beach, imagine you are standing on the surface of Pluto. What would a sunset look like from there? If you imagine something less common, perhaps something that you have never actually seen, the possibilities for creative thinking become much greater because the brain can no longer rely on connections that have already been shaped by past experience.
① Creativity: Inborn or Acquired? ② Imagination: A Way to Stay Young ③ Try to Imagine Something Unfamiliar ④ Imagine a New Way to Explore the Space ⑤ The Distortion of Memory by Imagination

On October 11, 1965, Yale University Press announced the publication of the scholarly book with the peculiar title, The Vinland Map and the Tartar Relation.
(A) In addition, experts agreed that this map had been drawn around 1440 AD. The map was the first ever found to provide solid evidence that Norse explorers actually “discovered” America nearly five centuries before Columbus. No wonder there were outraged reactions. (B) Little did the publisher know that this modest academic celebration turned into chaos, as the university and the authors were accused of a direct attack on that cornerstone of American history, Christopher Columbus’ discovery of the New World on October 12, 1492. (C) Why the indignation? One of the two medieval documents that were analyzed in the book, the Vinland Map, portrayed the world including “Vinland,” a large island described by old Norse sagas. Scholars were sure that the legendary Vinland represented North America. ① (A) - (C) - (B) ③ (B) - (C) - (A) ⑤ (C) - (B) - (A) ② (B) - (A) - (C) ④ (C) - (A) - (B)

42. You may want to visit the colleges you would like to apply
to. However, if an actual college visit is prohibitively expensive for you and your family, don’t bother to do that. You can order virtual walking-tour videos of hundreds of different campuses from Collegiate Choice or other companies that provide such videos. These videos are made from real campus tours, and including the good, the bad, and the ugly. This is a far better option than ordering a video directly from the college in question. In-house college videos are bound to show you the campus on its best day, editing out any construction, protests, foul weather, or other unappealing aspects. Also, there are websites and blogs that are run by the students who are attending the college and many of them will provide photos of the campus in detail and real life stories of the students.
① How to Get Objective Information on a College ② What to Include in Your Self-Introduction Letter ③ How to Make Positive College Introduction Video ④ Why You Have to Visit the Campus on Your Own ⑤ Why You Have to Watch College Introduction Videos

45. 다음 글의 내용을 한 문장으로 요약하고자 한다. 빈칸 (A)와 (B)에
들어갈 말로 가장 적절한 것은?

43. 글의 흐름으로 보아, 주어진 문장이 들어가기에 가장 적절한 곳은?
And then almost in an instant, he could make them howl with laughter. I first saw Charlie Chaplin in a revival of The Gold Rush; I was nine. My father had said simply, “I am taking you to see a genius.” And he was right. ( ① ) Until seeing that film, I had no idea of the power an actor or actress could exercise over our emotions. ( ② ) This man could bring people to the verge of tears. ( ③ ) If there was one single factor in my life that made me want to act professionally, it was Chaplin in The Gold Rush. ( ④ ) More than half a century later, I can still conjure up some of the images I saw that afternoon. ( ⑤ ) And to this day the very thought of the little tramp earnestly eating his boots makes me grin from ear to ear.
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Imagine that you see a college student being asked to show possible donors around the campus for a day and that for this service the student is offered only a small amount of money — less than the minimum wage — and imagine that the student refuses. Do you suppose you would think it is likely that the student would volunteer to help in an upcoming blood donation drive? If you think it is probably very unlikely, you are showing a kind of error in judging him. It would be very reasonable of him to refuse the offer to show the campus, but you don’t expect him to be generous on the other occasion. This kind of error is highly pervasive. It makes people mistakenly confident that a person they see being interviewed for an important job is rather nervous by nature, or that a person they see being withdrawn at a particular party where the person happens to know nobody is rather shy in general.

( A) Rather than considering , we tend to invent ( B) explanations for other people’s behavior. (A) ① situation ② situation ③ personalities ④ personalities ⑤ preference (B) economical dispositional ethical psychological personalized
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【46~47】다음 글을 읽고, 물음에 답하시오.

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Recently I read an article about how much time parents spend with their children. According to the article, the average father spends less than thirty minutes a week with his children. Probably some of you might have been shocked if you had read that article: Only thirty minutes? Not every day, but every week? Well, I have to confess I was shocked, too, but not in the way you imagined I was. After all, do they really spend time with their children? The fact is, kids . I did. So did my father and mother. So did almost every direct relative I’ve been in contact with. Of course, I’m generalizing somewhat, but there is some truth in it. I know it from my own experience. My mother knew the names of my teachers, best friends, and crushes. My dad was only vaguely aware that there were some people who interested me. My mother bought healthy fresh food at the market every day. My dad would go shopping only when there was nothing left in the refrigerator. My mother served kid food to us. My dad added chili sauce to everything, including our baby food. On my birthdays, my mother always gave me age-appropriate birthday gifts. My father always mentioned my birthdays only after they passed. Once, he remembered my birthday and sneaked me into a gangster movie, traumatizing me for life. My mother knew the names and nicknames of all the children in my social circle. My dad would occasionally refer to “the fat one”, “the one with the elephant ears” and “the ugly one”, because he didn’t know who was who. The truth is, mothers are incredible people. It’s no wonder we look for mothers whenever we need something.

The twigs were then lit, giving the impression of the torches of a vast army heading up the mountain. When the flames burned down to the oxen’s skin, they stampeded in all directions, bellowing like mad and setting fires all over the mountainside. The key to this device’s success was not the torches, the fires, or the noises in themselves, however, but the fact that Hannibal had . Through this tactic, (b) he1 managed to inspire fear and trembling and the sentries abandoned their posts.

Posting his best sentries on the passes, (c) he1 worked on a plan to destroy Hannibal’s forces. But in the middle of the night, the sentries looked down to see a mysterious sight: A huge procession of lights was heading up the mountain. Thousands and thousands of lights. If this was Hannibal’s army, it had suddenly grown a hundredfold. The sentries argued heatedly about what this could mean: Reinforcements from the sea? Troops that had been hidden in the area? Ghosts? No explanation made sense.

46. 위 글의 빈칸에 들어갈 말로 가장 적절한 것은?
① enjoy the small amount of time fully ② grew up to love their parents equally ③ depend on moms for kid-related things ④ read fewer articles than their parents did ⑤ tend to see things differently than adults do

As they watched, fires broke out all over the mountain, and a horrible noise drifted up to them from below, like the blowing of a million horns. Demons, they thought. The sentries, the bravest and most sensible in the Roman army, fled their posts in a panic. By the next day, Hannibal had escaped from the marshland. What was (d) his1 trick? Had he really conjured up demons? Actually what he had done was to order bundles of twigs to be fastened to the horns of the thousands of oxen that traveled with (e) his1 troops as beasts of burden. sentry: 보초병

48. 위 글 (A)에 이어질 내용을 순서에 맞게 배열한 것으로 가장 적절한
것은? ① (B) - (D) - (C) ④ (D) - (B) - (C) ② (C) - (B) - (D) ⑤ (D) - (C) - (B) ③ (C) - (D) - (B)

47. 위 글의 내용과 일치하지 않는 것은?
① 필자는 기사의 내용에 충격을 받았다. ② 필자의 아버지는 모든 음식에 칠리소스를 넣었다. ③ 필자의 어머니는 연령에 맞는 생일 선물을 사 주셨다. ④ 필자는 어린 시절 아버지와 함께 갱 영화를 본 적이 있다. ⑤ 필자의 아버지는 필자의 친구들에 대해 잘 알고 있었다.
【48~50】다음 글을 읽고, 물음에 답하시오.

49. 위 글의 밑줄 친 (a)~(e) 중에서 가리키는 대상이 나머지 넷과 다른
것은? ① (a) ② (b) ③ (c) ④ (d) ⑤ (e)


50. 위 글의 빈칸에 들어갈 말로 가장 적절한 것은?
① cut off the Roman army’s supplies ② captured enough critical territories ③ won the hearts and minds of his soldiers ④ created a scene that couldn’t be interpreted ⑤ invented a weapon which can be hidden prior to use

During the Second Punic War (219-202 B.C.), the great Carthaginian general Hannibal caused much destruction on Rome. Under his leadership, Carthage’s armies, though smaller than those of the Romans, had constantly outwitted them. On one occasion, though, Hannibal’s scouts made a horrible blunder, leading (a) his1 troops into a marshy terrain with the sea at their back. The Roman army blocked the mountain passes that led inland, and its general, Fabius, was ecstatic — at last he had Hannibal trapped.

※ 확인 사항 답안지의 해당란에 필요한 내용을 정확히 기입(표기)했는지 확인하시오.

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