QUESTION 21 - 24
다음 두 문장을 한 문장으로 표현할 때, 빈칸에 들어갈 가장 알맞은 것은?
• We began to use Hangeul in 1446.
• We are still using Hangeul now.
→ We __________________ Hangeul for over 500 years.
① are used ② have been using
③ have been used ④ are using
⑤ had used
위 글의 (A)~(C)에 들어갈 말로 가장 적절한 것은?
An insect flies into John's ear and does not come out. John puts his finger in his ear and tries (A)[ removing / to remove ] the insect.
If you put your finger in your ear, the insect may go deeper into the ear. Turn your head with the ear (B)[ facing / faced ] upward. Then wait for the insect to fly out. Or go into a dark room and shine a light into your ear. The insect will come out. If these treatments fail, see a doctor.
Accidents can happen to anybody at any time. If we give first aid correctly, we can keep injuries from getting (C)[ better / worse ] and even save lives.
(A) (B) (C)
① removing facing better
② removing faced worse
③ to remove facing better
④ to remove faced better
⑤ to remove facing worse
다음 글을 읽고 물음에 답하시오.
In the backyard of her home in Potomac, Maryland, Eunice Kennedy Shriver started a summer day camp, known as Camp Shriver. Shriver saw that people with intellectual challenges ⓐwere being treated unfairly and children with special needs had no place to play. She believed when ⓑgiven the same opportunities and experiences as others, intellectually challenged people were far more ⓒcapable than commonly assumed. In 1962, she put her belief into action by holding the first Camp Shriver annual event, ⓓwhere children with intellectual challenges explored their capabilities in a variety of sporting events. Camp Shriver continued until it ⓔreplaced by a larger, better organization, Special Olympics.
위 글의 밑줄 친 ⓐ~ⓔ 중 어법상 어색한 것은?
① ⓐ ② ⓑ ③ ⓒ ④ ⓓ ⑤ ⓔ
다음 글에서 (A), (B), (C)의 각 네모 안에서 문맥에 맞는 낱말로 가장 적절한 것은?
Coins originated in Asia Minor around 650 BC. These first coins made commerce so (A)[ much / more ] easier that Greek and Phoenician cities all around the Mediterranean soon began to issue their own coinage, The first Greek coins (B)[ bored / bore ] the badges of the rulers and city states that issued them. During the two thousand turbulent years that these devices evolved, badges were followed by (C)[ success / succession ] of imposing and artistic portraits. Greek gods and goddesses sacred to the issuing cities were first portrayed on coins. After the conquests of Alexander the Great, religious images were replaced by those of Hellenistic kings. As Rome absorbed the Hellenistic kingdoms. portraits of Roman emperors appeared on coins.
(A) (B) (C)
① much bore succession
② more bore success
③ much bore success
④ more bored success
⑤ much bored succession