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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 complete the conversation.
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  • 2. Choose the most appropriate response to complete the conversation.
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  • 3. Choose the most appropriate response to complete the conversation.
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Grammar

  • 1. Choose the best answer for the blank.
    Observatories are built on high mountaintops __________ telescopes can get the very best views of space.
  • (a) who
  • (b) what
  • (c) which
  • (d) where
  • 2. Choose the best answer for the blank.
    Bob does not usually lend his books to anyone, so Mary _______ surprised when he said she could borrow some.
  • (a) has
  • (b) was
  • (c) will be
  • (d) will have been
  • 3. Choose the best answer for the blank.
    The young baseball player, first _______ while in the minor leagues, was invited to a major league team's training camp.
  • (a) notices
  • (b) noticed
  • (c) noticing
  • (d) to notice

Vocabulary

  • 1. Choose the best answer for the blank.
    A: I'm really nervous about speaking in public tomorrow. B: There's no need to be __________. You'll do just fine!
  • (a) temperamental
  • (b) apprehensive
  • (c) ambiguous
  • (d) sinister
  • 2. Choose the best answer for the blank.
    A: Did you make copies of our house keys today? B: Yes. I put the _________ in the drawer and kept the originals.
  • (a) counterparts
  • (b) imitations
  • (c) companions
  • (d) duplicates

Reading

  • 1. What is the writer's main point about dream journals?
    A dream journal can help you to better recall dreams. As dreams are often reflections of our emotions, writing your dreams in a journal will allow you to see that the episodes in dreams form themes, generated by your subconscious mind. Over several months, you will be able to note recurring elements in your dreams, or even entirely repeating dreams. Eventually you can even reveal the hidden worries your mind faces in waking life.
  • (a) They will likely stop you from having recurring dreams.
  • (b) They only work if you write in them as soon as you wake.
  • (c) They are less effective than seeing a psychologist.
  • (d) They can help you understand your dreams and thoughts.
  • 2. What is the main topic of the passage?
    One of the peculiarities of ancient Greece was its extreme fragmentation. Despite being united by religion, culture, and language, the land was divided into hundreds of independent city states, or poleis. One factor contributing to this divide was Greece's many mountains, hills, and rivers, which made unification physically difficult. Although poleis would occasionally form alliances to fend off foreign invaders, these bonds were quickly broken after the invasions were repelled.
  • (a) How fragmentation weakened the Greek identity
  • (b) The geographical and cultural features of Greece
  • (c) The division of ancient Greece into self-ruling units
  • (d) How Greek alliances helped to defend against invasion