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1. 빈칸에 들어갈 말로 가장 알맞은 것은?
Jim spent his whole life in the same town. He
dreamed of one day visiting Timbuktu. It is a
distant country. In the country, people are
always happy, wear purple clothes, and eat
mangoes for dinner. But the country is not
on any map. Timbuktu is _________.
① his town
② an imaginary place
③ his hometown
④ a hidden place
□ spend
□ whole
□ dream
□ one day
□ visit
□ distant
□ wear
□ purple
□ clothes
□ for dinner
□ map
□ imaginary
□ hometown
□ hidden
2. 빈칸에 들어갈 말로 가장 알맞은 것은?
At first, men made wings like birds. Then
they jumped off high buildings and tried to
fly. Many men did this, but they all failed to
fly. Two brothers tried another way. They
tried a _________. “Hot air is lighter than cold
air,” they said. “That's why hot air goes up. If
we fill it with hot air, it will go up.”
① wing
② balloon
③ airplane
④ jumping instrument
□ at first
□ wing
□ jump off
□ try
□ fail
□ fly
□ lighter
□ go up
□ balloon
□ airplane
□ instrument
3. 빈칸에 들어갈 말로 가장 알맞은 것은?
I'm overweight. I really want to lose weight.
But I love food too much. Finally, I decided
to take part in a special summer camp for
overweight young people. I lost ten pounds.
Then, back at school, I gained fifteen pounds.
In college, I went to the camp again. I lost
twenty pounds. Then I gained twenty-four.
Nothing works. I guess I'll __________.
① be healthy
② be thin
③ never be thin
④ will look good
□ overweight
□ really
□ lose weight
□ finally
□ take part in
□ lose (lost)
□ gain
□ college
□ work
□ guess
□ thin
4. 빈칸에 들어갈 말로 가장 알맞은 것은?
My brother is very _________. He does not
want to share things with other people. For
example, when he buys a chocolate bar, he
puts it in a secret place. Then he eats it all by
himself. He never helps anyone. He says he is
busy. He always does only what he likes to
① wise
② busy
③ selfish
④ kind
□ share
□ secret
□ by himself
□ busy
□ wise
□ selfish
□ kind
5. 밑줄 친 (a)~(d) 중에서 가리키는 대상이 나머지 셋과 다른 것은?
(a) The lion fell in love with the farmer's
daughter. He wanted to get married to her.
The farmer did not like his idea. He had a
good idea of refusing him. He told (b) the
animal that his daughter was afraid of his
long teeth and claws. And the farmer said to
him that (c) he would say "yes" to the
marriage if the Lion had both teeth and
claws removed. The lion agreed. But when he
appeared at the farmer's house, (d) he was
driven away with the farmer's stick.
① (a)
② (b)
③ (c)
④ (d)
□ fall (fell) in love
□ daughter
□ get married
□ farmer
□ refuse
□ afraid
□ tooth (teeth)
□ claw
□ marriage
□ remove
□ agree
□ appear
□ driven away
□ stick
6. 다음 글에서 아랍 부자는 밑줄 친 golf clubs를 무엇으로 생각했는가?
A woman stockbroker had made a lot of
money for an Arabian rich man. He was very
pleased. So, he offered her gold and a nice
Rolls-Royce. She refused all the gifts. But the
rich man insisted. "Well," the woman said,
"Recently I started playing golf. A set of golf
clubs would be a fine gift." Weeks went by.
One morning the woman received a letter
from him. "So far, I have bought you two
golf clubs. But I hope you will not be
disappointed because only one of them has
swimming pools."
① 골프장 주식
③ 골프채
② 골프장
④ 골프회원권
□ woman
□ stockbroker
□ a lot of
□ make money
□ pleased
□ offer
□ refuse
□ gift
□ insist
□ recently
□ go (went) by
□ receive
□ letter
□ so far
□ buy (bought)
□ disappointed
□ because
□ swimming pool
7. 다음 글을 쓴 목적으로 가장 알맞은 것은?
Do you want a good job? Study at Robert's
Secretarial School. We can teach you to type
in one day! Don't wait! Call for an interview
any day before 9 p.m. We're at 1946 Park
Street. Our telephone number is 333-8888.
① 구인광고
② 대학입학 안내
③ 학원선전
④ 타자기 선전
□ job
□ secretarial
□ teach
□ in one day
□ wait
□ call for
8. 빈칸 (A)와 (B)에 가장 알맞은 것은?
Computers are used for all kinds of work. (A)
_________, scientists use them to experiment.
Business people use them to make business
decisions. Doctors also use computers to
examine their patients. And even students
now use computers to help in their studies.
(B) _________, we can say that without
computers in our modern society, we can not
For example
For example
□ kind
□ scientist
□ experiment
□ business
□ decision
□ examine
□ patient
□ even
□ without
□ modern
□ society
□ furthermore
□ therefore
9. Mrs. Howell에 대한 다음 글의 내용과 일치하는 것은?
Mr. and Mrs. Howell are a middle-aged couple. Mr.
Howell owns a grocery store. Mrs. Howell is a
housewife. Mr. Howell works hard every day, so at
the end of day, he is often very tired. He always
likes to watch television in the evenings. He never
wants to go out at night. Mrs. Howell sometimes
complains to him. She usually likes to go out to
dinner. She is always at home alone during the
day, so she seldom enjoys staying at home in the
evenings. This causes a family problem, and the
Howells occasionally spend the evening arguing.
함께 식료품점을 운영한다.
사이가 좋다.
외식하기를 원한다.
TV보는 것을 좋아한다.
grocery store
go out
at night
during the day
at home
10. 다음 글의 내용과 일치하지 않는 것은?
A farmer came into a railway station with his
wife. He walked to the ticket window. He
said to the ticket-agent: “Has the three-ten
train gone yet?” “The three-ten train left a
quarter of an hour ago.” “When will the four
o'clock train arrive?” “It'll arrive at four.” “Are
you sure?” “Certainly, I'm sure!” said the
ticket-agent. The old farmer said to his wife,
“now we can cross the track safely.”
농부는 안전하게 철길을 건너기 위해 열차시간을 물었다.
4시까지는 어떤 기차도 역을 통과하지 않을 예정이었다.
농부는 기차를 타기 위해 오랫동안 기다려야 했다.
농부가 역에 도착한 시각은 약 3시 25분이었다.
□ farmer
□ railway
□ station
□ ticket window
□ ticket-agent
□ leave (left)
□ quarter
□ an hour ago
□ arrive
□ sure
□ certainly
□ cross
□ track
□ safely
11. 주어진 글 다음에 이어질 글의 순서로 가장 알맞은 것은?
[A man had no money. He got on a train and went
to the restroom. He thought that if he hid in the
restroom, he could arrive at New York without
(A) By the time it reached the trainman, it was not
"There's a bum in the restroom," but "There's a
bomb in the restroom."
(B) But a passenger saw him. She tapped the
person in front of her on the shoulder and said,
"There's a bum in the restroom. Tell the trainman."
(C) That passenger tapped the person sitting in
front of him, and said "Tell the trainman there's a
bum in the restroom."
① (A)-(B)-(C)
③ (B)-(A)-(C)
② (A)-(C)-(B)
④ (C)-(B)-(A)
□ get (got) on a train
□ restroom
□ hide (hid)
□ arrive
□ without
□ reach
□ trainman
□ bum
□ bomb
□ passenger
□ see (saw)
□ tap
□ in front of
□ shoulder
12. 다음 글에서 전체 흐름과 관계없는 문장은?
America in 1620, the forests were full of
bears. ① Europeans began to cut down the
forests where the bears lived. ② They also
began to protect the bears. ③ So, by 1900,
there were very few bears left. ④ Now,
however, the bear population has increased,
thanks to laws to protect them.
□ arrive
□ forest
□ be full of
□ bear
□ cut down
□ where
□ begin (began)
□ protect
□ very few
□ left
□ however
□ population
□ increase
□ thanks to
□ law
13. 다음 글의 바로 다음에 올 수 있는 내용으로 가장 알맞은 것은?
A missionary is a person who is dedicated to
teaching and spreading his or her religious
faith. The first Christian missionaries were
the 12 Apostles chosen by Jesus Christ. Many
early missionaries were killed by the people
they were trying to help. Besides preaching
religion, many missionaries have also been
doctors. Albert Schweitzer was a good
example of one.
선교사의 역할
선교활동의 위험성
선교사의 자격
선교사와 의사로서의 Schweitzer
□ missionary
□ person
□ dedicated
□ spread
□ religious
□ Apostle
□ chosen
□ try to
□ besides
□ preach
□ religion
□ example
14. 다음에 언급된 인물에 대한 설명으로 가장 알맞은 것은?
He was born and lived in the Lake District of
England. It was a very beautiful countryside
of hills and farms. He often talks about
people's feelings. He says that a rainbow has
always made his “heart leap up,” when he
was a young man, and when he is older. Do
you think you will feel the same way when
you are older?
농사일을 하는 사람이다.
상상력이 풍부한 사람이다.
무지개를 연구하는 과학자다.
□ be born
□ district
□ countryside
□ hill
□ farm
□ often
□ talk about
□ feeling
□ rainbow
□ heart
□ leap
□ the same way
15. Mr. Pumble이 갑자기 소동을 벌인 이유로 가장 알맞은 것은?
strangely and drank it. And then, he began
to rush round the room. We were greatly
surprised and stared at him. Was he mad? At
last he threw himself gasping into a chair. He
cried 'Medicine!' Then I understood. Instead
of filling up his glass with water, I had put
Mrs. Joe's strongest medicine in it by mistake.
미쳤기 때문에
글쓴이의 실수 때문에
약을 찾기 위해서
Mrs. Joe에게 약을 팔기 위해
□ hold (help)
□ drink (drank)
□ rush
□ round
□ surprised
□ star at
□ mad
□ at last
□ throw (threw)
□ gasp
□ cry
□ medicine
□ understand
□ instead of
□ fill up
□ glass
□ by mistake
16. 다음은 어떤 스포츠에 대한 설명인가?
It can be played by two people or four. Its
racket is small and light. The game is played
by hitting a "bird" over the net without
letting it touch the ground. The bird has a
bunch of feathers.
① 테니스
② 탁구
③ 배구
④ 배드민턴
□ by
□ racket
□ small
□ light
□ hit
□ over
□ without
□ let
□ touch
□ ground
□ bunch
□ feather
17. 다음 글에 나타난 필자의 심경으로 가장 알맞은 것은?
One day when my dad woke me up to go to
school in the morning, I was really tired. But
anyway, I got out of bed, ate breakfast and
went to school. I sat on my chair in the class,
when all of a sudden the announcement
came on. The principal started talking. She
said, "Well, today is going to be a hot day." I
checked to see if I was wearing short sleeves
or long sleeves. I realized that I still had my
pajama shirt on.
① 흥분된다.
③ 겁이 난다.
② 즐겁다.
④ 당혹스럽다.
□ one day
□ wake (woke)
□ go to school
□ really
□ tired
□ anyway
□ out of bed
□ eat (ate)
□ class
□ all of a sudden
□ announcement
□ principal
□ start
□ today
□ check
□ short
□ sleeve
□ realize
□ still
18. 다음 글의 제목으로 가장 알맞은 것은?
Inside our skin, there are bones. When they
are move, we can move. But our bones
cannot move by themselves. Our muscles
make them move. How do our muscles move
our hones? Our muscles move our bones by
pulling or pushing them. Without muscles,
our body will be like a stiff stick.
How We Move?
Kinds of Bones
The Structure of Our Body
What is Inside the Skin?
□ inside
□ skin
□ bone
□ move
□ can
□ by oneself
□ muscle
□ make
□ how
□ pull
□ push
□ without
□ be like
□ stiff
□ stick
□ kind
□ structure
□ what
19. 다음 글의 주제로 가장 알맞은 것은?
Children sometimes think that stars must be
star-shaped. Some people insist that in a
picture the sky must be blue, and the grass
green. They are not very different from these
children. They get very angry if they see
other colors in a picture. But that's not a
good attitude. We always try to imagine in
our own ways. It will lead us to creative
① 경쟁적 사고의 필요성 ② 창의적 사고의 중요성
③ 고정관념의 중요성
④ 어른과 아이의 차이점
□ sometimes
□ star
□ must
□ star-shaped
□ insist
□ picture
□ green
□ different
□ angry
□ color
□ attitude
□ always
□ try to
□ imagine
□ own
□ way
□ lead
□ creative
20. 글쓴이가 말하고자 하는 바로 가장 알맞은 것은?
Most Americans think of cats as pets. But
not all cats are pets. Some cats help people,
but others cause some problems. For
example, on farms and in old houses, cats
can help. They kill small animals such as rats.
But cats are a problem. Some people like to
watch birds in their yards. Cats may kill the
birds. They cause a problem in cities. In
Rome, for example, a lot of cats live in the
streets. They are dirty and dangerous, and
they make a lot of noise.
애완동물로 키우는 것은 좋지 않다.
도시보다 농촌에서 키우는 것이 좋다.
더럽고 위험한 동물이다.
도움이 되기도 하고 문제를 야기하기도 한다.
□ most
□ think of
□ pet
□ cause
□ problem
□ for example
□ farm
□ such as
□ rat
□ watch
□ yard
□ a lot of
□ street
□ dirty
□ dangerous
□ noise
21. 글의 흐름으로 보아, 주어진 문장이 들어가기에 가장 알맞은 곳은?
[They were injured or even killed by bears.]
Bears look friendly. But they are large and
strong animals. They can be dangerous. ①
You may have heard of some hikers in
Yellowstone National Park. ② Most bears will
attack only if they are threatened. ③ But all
bears, especially the big gray bear, can be
more dangerous. ④ Never approach a bear
and never feed them in the zoo.
□ injured
□ even
□ killed
□ bear
□ friendly
□ strong
□ dangerous
□ may have heard
□ hiker
□ attack
□ only if
□ threatened
□ especially
□ approach
□ feed
□ zoo
※ 다음을 읽고, 물음에 알맞은 답을 고르시오.(22~23)
At the hunting ground, Jack met several neighbors.
He agreed to sell Wildfire for a good price to one
of them after the hunt. He was pleased that he
would make a lot of money. It was a horse which he
had stolen. But, he was not lucky. He and his horse
fell down while jumping a gate. Jack was not hurt,
but Wildfire's back was broken. In a few moments,
Wildfire died. He did not care much about the life
of Wildfire. But he was very sorry that he could not
make money. And he had to walk home without a
□ hunting ground
□ several
□ neighbor
□ agree
□ sell
□ price
□ hunt
□ pleased
□ a lot of
□ make money
□ horse
□ steal (stole-stolen)
□ lucky
□ fall (fell) down
□ gate
□ hurt
※ 다음을 읽고, 물음에 알맞은 답을 고르시오.(22~23)
22. 위 글의 밑줄 친 Wildfire가 무엇인가?
① Jack이 기른 말
② Jack이 훔친 말
③ 사냥해야 할 동물
④ Jack의 마차
23. 위 글의 내용과 일치하는 것은?
① Jack은 좋은 가격에 사냥한 동물을 팔기로 했다.
② Jack은 결국 Wildfire를 팔 수 없었다.
③ Jack은 말에서 떨어지면서 상당한 부상을 입었다.
④ Jack은 집까지 다른 사람의 말을 타고 가야 했다.
□ back
□ broken
□ in a few moments
□ die
□ care
□ life
□ sorry
□ have (had) to
□ without
※ 다음을 읽고, 물음에 알맞은 답을 고르시오.(24~25)
66 West 88th Street
New York, N.Y. 10023
October 29, 2010
Dear Jose:
Miss Brown, our History teacher, has just told
us that you were in hospital. I hope that you
will feel better. Everyone in the class misses
your smile and your sense of humor. Besides,
there is nobody to help me with my
homework, because you, my good friend,
were in hospital. We are all looking forward
to your quick return to class. Please get well
Sincerely yours,
John Smith
□ October
□ history
□ teacher
□ hospital
□ hope
□ feel better
□ everyone
□ class
□ miss
□ sense
□ humor
□ besides
□ homework
□ because
□ look forward to
□ quick
□ return
□ get well
□ soon
※ 다음을 읽고, 물음에 알맞은 답을 고르시오.
24. 위 편지를 쓴 목적으로 가장 알맞은 것은?
① 초대를 하기 위해
② 건강회복을 기원하기 위해
③ 주문을 하기 위해
④ 광고를 하기 위해
25. 위 편지에 언급된 Jose는 누구인가?
① 역사 선생님
② John Smith의 가정교사
③ John Smith의 학급친구
④ 의사