다음 중 빈 칸에 들어갈 알맞은 단어로 가장 알맞은 것은?


The story of Santa Claus is __________. First of all, his supposed activities would break all the rules of physics ― how could anyone fly around the world in just one night visiting every child? How would his sleigh stay up in the air? And how could he get into so many bedrooms though most people nowadays don't have chimneys? Secondly, if Santa existed, don't you think that someone would have seen him delivering the presents, at least once? Sure, there are lots of Santa Clauses in malls and stores, but despite the red suit and hat, they all look a bit different from each other.


① absurd                        

② familiar                       

③ exciting                       

④ applicable

⑤ heartbreaking




다음 중 밑줄 친 단어가 부적절하게 들어간 것은 어느 것인가?


Today, 3­D printing technology is used only in companies and universities, but the prices are now getting lower and the quality ①better. We can imagine every home having a 3­D printer in the future. Note that 3­D printing technology doesn’t ②require an original object to copy: any drawing will do, as long as it describes the piece precisely. Soon anyone can use a home sketching tool to ③produce the proper design, and then the home printer will be able to create the elaborately ④physical object. If you can draw it, you can make it. For example, if you don’t have enough dinner plates for your guests, you can “print out” some ⑤surreal plates from your sketch.




다음 (A), (B), (C)의 각 네모 안에서 문맥에 맞는 낱말로 가장 적절한 것은?


Even those of us who claim not to be materialistic can't help but form attachments to certain clothes. Like fragments from old songs, clothes can (A) [evoke / erase] both cherished and painful memories. A worn-thin dress may hang in the back of a closet even though it hasn't been worn in years because the faint scent of pine that lingers on it is all that remains of someone's sixteenth summer. A(n) (B) [impractical / practical] white scarf might be pulled out of a donation bag at the last minute because of the promise of elegance it once held for its owner. And a ripped T-shirt might be (C) [rescued / forgotten] from the dust rag bin long after the name of the rock band once written across it has faded. Clothes document personal history for us the same way that fossils chart time for archaeologists.


        (A)                 (B)                  (C)

① evoke …… impractical …… rescued

② evoke …… impractical …… forgotten

③ evoke …… practical …… forgotten

④ erase …… practical …… rescued

⑤ erase …… practical …… forgotten