1. 우리말을 영어로 잘못 옮긴 것은?
① 더 많은 정보가 필요하다면, 저에게 연락하는 것을 주저하지 마세요.
→ If you need
more information, don’t hesitate to contact me.
② 다가오는 주 나는 빈에서 연설을 할 것이다.
→ I will be
giving a speech in Vienna this coming week.
③ 그는 거의 저녁이라는 사실을 깨닫기 전에 2시간 동안 놀았다.
→ He has
played for two hours before he realized it was nearly evening.
④ 많은 명절의 시작은 토속 신앙에 근원을 두고 있다.
beginnings of many holidays are rooted in pagan beliefs.
2. 우리말을 영어로 바르게 옮긴 것은?
① 노력과 인내 모두 아이를 키우기 위해
→ Both effort and patience are needed to
raise a child.
② 만약 그 시험을 통과하길 원한다면 그녀는 준비하는 게 좋을 거야.
→ She had better preparing for the test
if she wants to pass it.
③ 로비에 있는 신발장을 고칠 때이다.
→ It’s high time we repair the shoe rack
in the foyer.
④ 모발 세포는 다른 신체 부위의 세포들보다 몇 배는 빨리 자란다.
→ Hair cells grow several times fast
than cells from other parts of the body.
1. 밑줄 친 부분에 들어갈 표현으로 가장 적절한 것을 고르시오.
Jon kept making jokes _________ his manager, but it
eventually caught up with him, and he got fired.
2. 밑줄 친 부분에 들어갈 표현으로 가장 적절한 것을 고르시오.
Matt has been chosen to _________ the new project,
and he’ll be acting as team manager from now on.
1. 다음 글의 내용과 일치하는 것은?
In the fifteenth century, Europeans
began embarking on voyages to the Far East to establish
their own trade routes and avoid paying the high taxes charged by the Chinese
and Indians. Spain and Portugal reached the Americas and began colonizing large
parts of it. To expand trade, Europe permitted the formation of chartered
companies that were granted enormous governmental powers, including lawmaking,
treaty negotiations, currency issuance, and even the ability to wage
war. This was done to establish full control of the existing colonies.
① Europe increased the duties China and India
② Special companies
were formed to administer the colonies.
③ There was great competition
between Europe and Asia for the Americas.
④ Native peoples in the colonies fought to
regain governmental powers.
2. 다음 글에서 주인공의 심경을 가장 잘 나타낸 것은?
there’s some mail for you on the table.” At her mother’s words, Jessica shut
the front door behind her and raced into the kitchen. At first, her eyes
widened when she saw that it was from the admissions office at Stanford. But
then she felt her heart sink as a realization set in. The envelope was much too
thin to be what she had been anticipating and what she had been working toward
for all these years. She opened the envelope. Again and again, she scanned the
typewritten letter tucked away inside. Dropping her face into her hands, she
let out a defeated sigh.