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08월 21일 문제 지난 문제 보기


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※ 문제를 모두 풀지 않아도 정답 및 해설을 보실 수 있습니다.

Listening

  • 1. Choose the option that best answers the question.
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  • 2. Choose the option that best answers the question.
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  • 3. Choose the option that best answers the question.
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Grammar

  • 1. Identify the option that contains an awkward expression or a grammatical error.
    (a) A: Are you still studying for your geology exam? (b) B: Yes, and I’ll likely be at it for the rest of the night. (c) A: Wow. I've never seen you study so hard before. (d) B: Had I known it'd be this difficult, I'd take a different course.
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  • 2. Identify the option that contains an awkward expression or a grammatical error.
    (a) A: That guy we just passed must find you really attractive. (b) B: Come on, what would make you say something like that? (c) A: For starters, he was staring at you for a good ten seconds.(d) B: Oh really? I didn't notice. I guess I wasn't paid any attention.
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  • 3. Identify the option that contains an awkward expression or a grammatical error.
    (a) A: John, what did you do with that book you were reading? (b) B: You mean the Jasper Kingsley novel I borrowed the library? (c) A: Yes, you said that I could borrow it after you finished reading it. (d) B: I'm sorry. The due date was coming up, so I had to return it.
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Vocabulary

  • 1. Choose the best answer for the blank.
    Students who receive low grades may receive a warning and be placed on academic _________ until their performance improves.
  • (a) exemption
  • (b) probation
  • (c) abolition
  • (d) inflation
  • 2. Choose the best answer for the blank.
    Indian scientists announced that they had developed a new _________ of rice that grows well in phosphorus-deficient environments.
  • (a) speck
  • (b) yield
  • (c) strain
  • (d) gene

Reading

  • 1. What can be inferred about the writer from the passage?
    I started smoking in my early twenties and kept up the habit for several years. Although I was aware of the negative effects of smoking on my health, it wasn't enough to make me want to kick my habit. Endless anti-smoking campaigns that focused on health only annoyed me. What finally forced me to quit was when I realized that smoking was actually affecting my looks, damaging my skin, teeth, and hair. It didn’t happen overnight, but I eventually overcame my addiction.
  • (a) She was easily able to quit smoking on her first try.
  • (b) She was surprised by the impact of smoking on her appearance.
  • (c) She found the information in anti-smoking campaigns helpful.
  • (d) She was constantly concerned about smoking's effects on her health.
  • 2. What can be inferred from the passage?
    Prior to the 1860s, scientists were familiar with common symptoms of and treatments for diseases, but had little understanding of what caused them. French chemist Louis Pasteur changed all that by experimenting and finding evidence that linked infectious diseases to bacteria. Moreover, Pasteur demonstrated that bacteria could be killed using heat and disinfectant. This idea led physicians to begin washing their hands and sterilizing medical instruments before treating patients, thus saving millions of lives.
  • (a) Pasteur discovered his methods of killing bacteria accidentally.
  • (b) Most efforts to treat diseases before 1860 were unsuccessful.
  • (c) Physicians previously thought heat was bad for treating infections.
  • (d) Pasteur's findings helped prevent physicians from spreading disease.