QUESTION 33 - 34

33. ~ 34.

다음 글을 읽고, 물음에 답하시오.

It is Hemingway's (A)prose style that has been most imitated, and it is as a stylist that he commands the most respect. His style is easily recognized. For the most part it is (B)colloquial, characterized chiefly by a conscientious simplicity of diction and sentence structure. The words are normally short and common ones and there is a severe (C)economy, and also a curious freshness, in their use. As Ford Madox Ford remarked some time ago, in a line that is often (and justifiably) quoted, the words "strike you, each one, as if they were pebbles fetched fresh from a brook." The typical sentence is a simple declarative _________, or a couple of these joined by a (D)conjunction. The effect is of crispness, cleanness, clarity, and a scrupulous care. And a scrupulous care goes into the composition: Hemingway works very slowly and revises extensively. He claims to have rewritten the last part of A Farewell to Arms thirty-nine times; and to have read through the manuscript of The Old Man and the Sea two hundred times before he was finished with it.

                                                                                   - Philip Young: Ernest Hemingway



빈 칸에 들어가기에 가장 알맞은 대명사(pronoun)를 쓰시오(주관식).



(A) ~ (D) 중에서 밑줄 친 단어에 대한 설명이 문맥에서 사용된 것이 아닌 것은?

(A) Ordinary speech or writing, without metrical structure.

(B) Native to or commonly spoken by the members of a particular country or region.

(C) Efficient, sparing, or conservative use.

(D) The part of speech that serves to connect words, phrases, clauses, or sentences.