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WEEKLY TEPS


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[주의] TEPS관리위원회의 사전허가 없이 아래 자료의 무단 전재, 복사, 배포, 출판, 전시, 판매하는 것은 저작권법에 위배됩니다.

※ 문제를 모두 풀지 않아도 정답 및 해설을 보실 수 있습니다.

Listening

  • 1. Choose the most appropriate response to the statement.
  • (a)
  • (b)
  • (c)
  • (d)
  • 2. Choose the most appropriate response to the statement.
  • (a)
  • (b)
  • (c)
  • (d)
  • 3. Choose the most appropriate response to the statement.
  • (a)
  • (b)
  • (c)
  • (d)

Grammar

  • 1. Choose the best answer for the blank.
    A: Sorry, what did you say, Kevin? B: I asked you to keep the noise down. I __________ on my report now.
  • (a) work
  • (b) worked
  • (c) am working
  • (d) have worked
  • 2. Choose the best answer for the blank.
    A: What do you like to do in the summertime? B: _________ at the beach is my favorite thing to do.
  • (a) To be swimmming
  • (b) To have swum
  • (c) Swimming
  • (d) Swam
  • 3. Choose the best answer for the blank.
    A: Have you seen my wallet? B: Check the bedroom. You _________ have placed it on the dresser.
  • (a) need
  • (b) could
  • (c) would
  • (d) should

Vocabulary

  • 1. Choose the best answer for the blank.
    A: Did our team win the game last night? B: No, we were __________.
  • (a) defeated
  • (b) passed
  • (c) reached
  • (d) delivered
  • 2. Choose the best answer for the blank.
    A: Excuse me. Where can I ______ a tourist map? B: The bus station has them available for free.
  • (a) get
  • (b) hold
  • (c) make
  • (d) accept

Reading

  • 1. Choose the option that the best completes the passage.
    The recent victory of Judy Lawler in the mayoral election can largely be credited to _____________________________________________. Although she started down in the polls, she quickly built up a dedicated following of college students. These young people were committed to her positions on social issues and gave their time freely to knock on doors and convince undecided voters. Although their own numbers were too small to tip the scales in Ms. Lawler’s favor, they were able to sway key voting blocs such as educated middle-class men and women.
  • (a) the volunteer work of middle-class college graduates
  • (b) her edge in the number of ballots cast by college students
  • (c) her securing an early lead by targeting undecided voters
  • (d) the efforts of a loyal army of hard-working young volunteers
  • 2. Choose the option that the best completes the passage.
    Residents of Cedar Falls found themselves without power this morning after _________________________________________________. The storm passed while most people were still asleep, bringing strong gusts of wind and rain. Lightning hit an electricity transmission corridor leading from power generating stations a hundred kilometers away. The intensity of the strikes caused the entire community to lose power for over eight hours, and Hydro Co. is only now restoring electricity to the last of the homes.
  • (a) high demand for electricity overwhelmed a power station
  • (b) construction workers knocked down power transmission lines
  • (c) the power grid was knocked out by an electrical storm
  • (d) a power generating station shut down for safety reasons