QUESTION 26 - 29


다음 글의 밑줄 친 부분 중, 어법상 틀린 것은?

When a foreigner visits a Korean family, he will be surprised ①to find how kind and polite they are, and how ②warm they receive and entertain him. However, Koreans are by no means friendly to the people they meet on the street. So foreigners might feel ③embarrassed by this paradox, where the world of the home and the world of the street ④are so separate and different from each other. Americans, on the other hand, are extremely nice and friendly even to strangers. So they seem ⑤to have many different types of friends and associates.


①           ②           ③           ④          ⑤




다음 글의 밑줄 친 부분 중, 어법상 틀린 부분이 있는 것은?


What does acid rain have to do with out-of-tune church bells? In the Netherlands, there are nearly 15,000 bells in ① its many bell towers. In recent years, the bells just haven’t sounded ②the way they should. People who ring sets of tower bells find that their bells are no more in tune. The cause is acid rain, which eats into the metal bells. As the bells are eaten away, their sound changes. Worse, smaller bells are eaten away more quickly than ③bigger bells do. This means that sets of bells don’t stay in tune with each other. For now, the Dutch are scraping metal off the big bells until they’re ④as thin as the small ones. In the long run, though, the bells will go out of tune again — unless acid rain stops ⑤falling on them.


①           ②           ③           ④          ⑤






Which of the following best fits into (A) and (B) and (C)?


Maps don't just pinpoint sites and attractions; they influence how their readers experience a region. "They are generalization," say geographer Mark Monmonier, "that often depict only what those who make them want you to see." In Asia and beyond, a good map - current or historical - can serve ( A ) both an essential traveler's tool and a rich portrait of the region's past. Early Western explorers, like Marco Polo and Christopher Columbus, used maps derived ( B ) incredible tales about Asia that were accepted as facts. A widely used 1626 map of China drawn by the Englishman John Speed was based on the writings of Marco Polo, who some historians contend never actually laid ( C ) on the place. In Speed's map. China is drawn in the shape of a horse's head. the South China Sea is infested with monsters and the region north of the Great Wall (present-day Mongolia) is noted as a place where "men are seduced by wonderful illusions."


    (A)               (B)         (C)

① as       -       by       - eyes                             

② as       -       from    - eyes

③ by       -       to        - eyes

④ before -       to        - itself

⑤ for       -       from    - itself




다음 지문을 읽고 물음에 답하시오


We cook our food to make it softer and easier to chew. Cooking also makes it look nice. Raw meat still has a lot of blood in it. Most people don't like to see blood. Another reason we cook food is to kill all the germs that might harm us. By heating food, the germs are killed. We cook food to make it more delicious. We can season the food with various spices. Some people will not drink water from a tap. They prefer to boil it. Then after it will cool, they will drink it. That way they are sure their water is clean and pure.


이 글에서 음식을 요리하는 이유로 언급되지 않은 것은?


① 비싸게 팔기 위해서

② 씹기 쉽게하기 위해서

③ 해로운 세균을 제거하기 위해서

④ 음식의 색깔을 좋게하기 위해서

⑤ 음식의 맛을 더 좋게하기 위해서