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1 2007 학년도 6 월고 1 전국연합학력평가문제지고1 외국어영역 ( 영어 ) 1 제 3 교시 외국어영역 ( 영어 ) 1 성명수험번호 1 답안지에성명과 수험번호를 써 넣고, 또 수험번호와 답을 정확히 표시하시오. 문항에따라 배점이 다르니, 각 물음의 끝에 표시된 배점을 참고 하시오. 1점과 3점 문항에만 점수가 표시되어 있습니다. 점수 표 시가 없는 문항은 모두 2점입니다. 4. 대화를듣고, 남자가여자에게부탁한일을고르시오. 1 영어편지써주기 2 캠프함께참여하기 3 방학숙제도와주기 4 웹사이트주소알려주기 5 인터넷으로책주문하기 1번부터 17번까지는듣고답하는문제입니다. 방송을잘듣고답을하기바랍니다. 듣는내용은한번만방송됩니다. 5. 대화를듣고, 두사람의관계를가장잘나타낸것을고르시오. 1. 대화를듣고, 여자가구입할카드를고르시오. [1 점 ] call center operator -- repair person 2 call center operator -- delivery person 3 customer -- delivery person 4 customer -- repair person 5 passenger -- taxi driver 6. 대화를듣고, 여자가할일로가장적절한것을고르시오 to take pictures for her friend 2 to introduce a new car system 3 to choose a topic for a presentation 4 to play computer games with friends 5 to help draw pictures using a computer 5 7. 다음을듣고, 여자가하는말의목적으로가장적절한것을고르시오. 2. 대화를 듣고, 남자의 심경 변화로 가장 적절한 것을 고르시오. 1 delighted angry 2 worried relaxed 3 nervous surprised 4 disappointed upset 5 satisfied bored 1 액자제작과정을설명하려고 2 선물고르는기준을제시하려고 3 수공예액자제품을광고하려고 4 액자제작동아리가입을권유하려고 5 액자의다양한재료와모양을소개하려고. 대화를듣고, 남자가여자에게지불할금액을고르시오. 1 $9 2 $10 3 $11 4 $12 5 $13 3. 다음을 듣고, 무엇에 관한 설명인지 고르시오. 1 인터넷 서점 2 이동도서관 3 전자도서관 4 장애인용 버스 5 어린이도서관 9. 대화를 듣고, 두 사람이 대화하고 있는 장소로 가장 적절한 곳 을 고르시오. 1 beach 2 gym 3 mountain 4 restaurant 5 office 1

2 2 외국어영역 ( 영어 ) 고 다음표를보면서대화를듣고, 두사람이이용할배의운항편을고르시오. [3점] 15. 대화를듣고, 여자의마지막말에대한남자의응답으로가장적절한것을고르시오. Man: Sailing No. Departure from West Harbor Arrival at West Harbor 1 0:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 2 10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 3 12:30 p.m. 02:30 p.m. 4 01:30 p.m. 03:30 p.m. 5 2:00 p.m. 04:00 p.m. 11. 대화가끝난후, 남자가할일로가장적절한것을고르시오. 1 to make an ice tea 3 to call an ambulance 5 to go to a drugstore 2 to see a doctor 4 to drive for his friend 12. 다음을듣고, 방송에서언급한내용을고르시오. 1 일본과의친선축구경기 3 아침식사를제공하는학교 5 제주도에태풍접근 2 불면증환자의급증 4 세계적록그룹의해체 1 I m on my way to the bank. 2 I know a kind bank teller there. 3 Sounds good. I ll see you then. 4 Thank you. It s so nice of you. 5 You always have your own way. 16. 대화를듣고, 남자의마지막말에대한여자의응답으로가장적절한것을고르시오. Woman: 1 Wow, that s good to you. 2 Of course. That s my study habit. 3 No, I didn t. I went to a park to study. 4 Same here. I always study at the library. 5 I like studying in the same place every day. 17. 다음상황설명을듣고, Ms. Johnson이할말로가장적절한것을고르시오. Ms. Johnson: 13. 다음그림의상황에가장적절한대화를고르시오. 1 Would you sell me only two tickets? 2 The ticket is $50 each including tax. 3 Sure, I d like to buy the tickets for $ I m sorry. I d rather sell all the tickets together. 5 Could you come to my house and get the tickets? 이제듣기문제는다끝났습니다. 1번부터는문제지의지시에따라답을하기바랍니다. 1. 밑줄친 This(this) 가공통으로의미하는것으로가장적절한것은? 대화를듣고, 남자의마지막말에대한여자의응답으로가장적절한것을고르시오. [1점] Woman: Don t worry. 1 I ll pay for it this time. 2 It s performed in English. 3 You ll get interested in Italian food. 4 They are playing a good opera tomorrow. 5 I know some famous Italian opera singers. 2 We can see this when a teacher works with young children. He or she may not be feeling very well that day, but he or she smiles and does not get angry when a child behaves badly. We can also see this when we see a polite clerk even though he or she is very exhausted. In our modern society, people often lack this. This means the ability to accept pain, trouble, or anything that causes annoyance, without complaining or losing one s self-control. 1 honesty 3 pride 5 creativity 2 patience 4 curiosity

3 고 1 외국어영역 ( 영어 ) 밑줄 친 it 이 가리키는 대상이 나머지 넷과 다른 것은? What if we could export our alphabet, Hangul? The world has already recognized the excellence of 1 it, and now we are about to export 2 it to East Timor. Because they don t have an alphabet of their own, they have been using the English alphabet. But 3 it doesn t match well with the pronunciation of their language, Tettom. A Korean professor suggested that Hangul can represent every sound of Tettom, so the First Lady of East Timor has thought about importing 4 it. If they actually use 5 it as their official alphabet, they will be able to easily express themselves in written form, said the professor. 20. 다음 글에서 전체 흐름과 관계 없는 문장은? Cats have been loved as pets for a long time because they can become human s good friends. How long have cats been our pets? 1 It was believed that cats were first raised as pets in ancient Egypt. 2 Ancient Egyptians loved their cats very much because they thought cats were spiritual animals. 3 There were many attractive kinds of cats in the world that were loved as pets. 4 Recently scientists found some pieces of cat bones near human remains on the island of Cyprus. 5 The discovery means this animal lived with men 4,000 years before the ancient Egyptians. 21. 다음 글을 쓴 목적으로 가장 적절한 것은? Thank you for your letter. I ve been thinking about our vacation, too. Camping is a good idea. Fortunately, my brother, the most frequent camper I know, isn t planning to go camping that week, so I can borrow his equipment. You suggested that we drive to Florida, but let s not. As you know, I can t drive. I m sure you don t want to drive all the way to Florida. It s 450 km away from here. I d prefer to fly. Though we can t stop at a lot of different places, this way we can spend more time in Florida. I believe it will be cheaper, too. 1 여행 교통수단을 바꾸려고 2 여행 인원을 추가하려고 3 여행 준비물을 알려주려고 4 여행 목적지를 정하려고 5 여행 일정을 연기하려고 22. 다음 글의 밑줄 친 부분 중, 어법상 틀린 것은? In 126, Texas was a dangerous place to live in. There were robbers and criminals who could do almost anything they wanted. Stephen Austin felt that Texas 1 had to become a safer place. He organized about twenty-five men into a unit, 2 which was called the Texas Rangers. Their job was to go wherever there was trouble and 3 stop it. The Texas Rangers became famous for their bravery, fine shooting, and ability to ride horses well. They didn t receive 4 any training or wear uniforms. They were 5 giving only a pistol and a rifle. It was not long before Texas became a safer place (A), (B), (C) 의각네모안에서어법에맞는표현을골라짝지은것으로가장적절한것은? The more you read, the more you will build up your vocabulary and develop your reading skills. Wherever possible, (A) choose / choosing books or articles which encourage you to read on. Make sure they are at your level, or only a little above your level, neither too difficult nor too easy. Rather than working with word lists, it is (B) usually / usual best to see new words in context. Then you will understand how they are used. As you read a new word in context, there is a very good chance that you will be able to guess (C) its / their meaning. (A) (B) (C) 1 choose ---- usually ---- its 2 choose ---- usual ---- its 3 choosing ---- usually ---- their 4 choosing ---- usual ---- its 5 choosing ---- usual ---- their [24-27] 다음글의빈칸에들어갈말로가장적절한것을고르시오. 24. Early people measured things by using parts of their bodies. They used fingers and hands. Arms and feet were also used, but this idea did not work well. Some people were tall while others were short. Some had big hands and feet; others did not. A few people had very long legs and took longer steps than others. Therefore, inches, feet, yards and paces were not always the same. Eventually, people decided to use just one person. The King or Queen was most often. A foot was the length of the royal foot, and an inch was the width of the royal thumb. 1 picked 2 pleased 3 surprised 4 blamed 5 helped 25. An international dictionary publishing company has just revealed its list of 100 new words. Among those words are drama queen (an attention-seeking person) and manga (Japanese comic-books). Even the latest science words are included on the list: biodiesel (fuel from vegetables) and avian influenza (bird flu). Do you know why these new words are? Researchers search thousands of newspapers, magazines and websites for new words and phrases. They select the words that are gaining popularity and make definitions for them. We need evidence that the word is showing up in publications that people are reading on an everyday basis, said John Morse, president of the dictionary publishing company. 1 taught in high schools 2 added to the dictionary 3 used in the newspapers 4 selected by ordinary people 5 changed in their meanings

4 4 외국어영역 ( 영어 ) 고 Once you have smelled the delicious aroma of garlic, you ll never forget it. It is an herb that is widely used in cooking and salads. You may hear of people using it to improve their health. Some say it even has. This was known of even in ancient times. For instance, a Roman soldier would not go into battle without first eating some garlic. The Romans believed that garlic gave a person strength and courage. Whether or not the soldiers fought any better because of their garlic eating is unknown. Nevertheless, this Roman habit may have frightened their enemies. 1 magical powers 2 various tastes 3 different shapes 4 healing effects 5 economic values 27. Some parents in Santa Barbara, California are complaining about a new plan to fingerprint students when they buy their lunch in the cafeteria. The children are supposed to press their index finger onto a scanner before buying food. The scan will then pull up students names, their parents names, their addresses and the amount of money they have to pay. The idea is meant to make the cafeteria line move faster. The parents, however, say they re. This new system calls for their personal information to be written on a piece of paper and then transferred to a computer. The data is then gathered and the information is sent to the state government. [3점 ] 29. 다음글에서필자가주장하는바로가장적절한것은? Do you ever find yourself staring at a blank computer screen or blank piece of paper? Writer's block- a condition that leaves you unable to put your thoughts on paper- can be very discouraging. Here's how to solve this problem. People try many things for writer's block, from reading other writers' great works to exercising. The best way to overcome it is to just write something. For example, if you can't think of a good opening, write another section of your story. Beginning to write anything tends to activate the writing part of your brain so you can keep going. Eventually, you'll think of exactly what you need to say. 1 좋은글이되기위해서는서두가좋아야한다. 2 좋은글을쓰기위해서는훌륭한작품을읽어야한다. 3 컴퓨터보다는종이에글을쓰는것이더욱효과적이다. 4 좋은글을쓰기위해서는육체적활동을해야한다. 5 글이잘써지지않으면무엇이든써봐야한다. 1 tired of long waits at the cafeteria 2 concerned about their families privacy 3 satisfied with the new scanning system 4 willing to send their personal information 5 supposed to buy their lunch in the cafeteria 2. 다음 글에 드러난 필자의 태도로 가장 적절한 것은? The sun was in the middle of sky and I was far from the village. The trail curved toward the deep forest. I felt something watching me. Suddenly out of the forest came a monster bear. It was much bigger than a lion. I shouted strongly, I see you. I am after you. You cannot escape me. I pointed my gun at the giant and fired. On hearing the sound of the gun, the great bear turned and fled from me. Barking loudly, my dog ran after it. The bear ran up the tallest hills and down through the forest, but my dog and I never gave up and followed it all through the day. 1 fearless 2 indifferent 3 sympathetic 4 careful 5 anxious 30. (A), (B), (C) 의 각 네모 안에서 문맥에 맞는 낱말을 골라 짝 지은 것으로 가장 적절한 것은? Whenever I remember my (A) experience / experiment in the Mexican Air Force, I think of my flight instructor because he taught me how to fly a fighter jet. His nickname was Ice-Man because he was always calm. This was a (B) positive / negative characteristic because he had to teach students not to panic in a dangerous situation. For example, one time, I made a big mistake while we were flying in the clouds. Most instructors would take control and fix the situation, but Ice-Man didn t. He just gave instructions to fix the problem. I (C) corrected / collected the mistake and developed confidence in my abilities. (A) (B) (C) 1 experience ---- positive ---- corrected 2 experience ---- negative ---- collected 3 experience ---- positive ---- collected 4 experiment ---- negative ---- collected 5 experiment ---- positive ---- corrected 4

5 고 1 외국어영역 ( 영어 ) 다음그림에대한글의내용중, 밑줄친낱말의쓰임이적절하지않은것은? 1 various jobs in the movies 2 comparison of popular jobs 3 a way to find a good movie 4 steps to choose the right job 5 the right time to change your jobs 34. 빈칸 (A), (B) 에들어갈말로가장적절한것끼리짝지은것은? Scientists have developed a robot for Mars exploration. It looks like a microwave oven on wheels. It has solar panels laid 1 flat on top of its body for capturing sunlight. The robot has computers and batteries in the warm box. The box is a strong case that 2 protects them from severe temperatures of the planet. The robot collects visual data using a 3 pair of cameras at the front. The robot receives signals with an antenna at the 4 bottom of its body. It also has an arm which has a hand-like structure for 5 holding various things. [32 ~33] 다음글의주제로가장적절한것을고르시오. 32. How do you start your morning? Do you want to have a cup of coffee to help you wake up but avoid it because caffeine is harmful to your health? Then here s some good news for you. An Italian dietician, Chiara Trombetti, recommends that people should drink coffee in the morning. She points to scientific evidence: coffee contains some chemicals, tannin and antioxidants, which are good for the heart and blood circulation. Coffee can also relieve headaches. She says that a cup of milky coffee makes the ideal start for sleepy people. It will stimulate their brains ahead of a day, she adds. *dietician 영양사 1 잠과 커피와의 관계 2 아침에 마시는 커피의 효능 3 카페인이 해로운 이유 4 커피가 인기를 얻게 된 이유 5 알려지지 않은 커피의 성분 33. Let s compare choosing a career to going to the movies. Before you see a movie, you find out what films are showing. You should do the same with your career find out what jobs are available and what your options are. Next, decide which movie you like best; if you re not a romantic person, you won t want to see a love story. In other words, with your career, you should decide which job will best suit your personality. Finally, decide how to get movie tickets, and find out where the theater is before you go. With your career, you need to find information about where you can work, how much you will earn, and how to get a job in that profession. 5 It s true that people from different parts of the world have different cultures. But sometimes we can be surprised at how similar we all are. (A), Koreans say that they will get a stomachache if someone they know buys a piece of land. This expresses the idea that a person can become so jealous that he or she will become sick. In English, people will say that a jealous person is green with envy. This expression comes from European culture. In Europe, people believe that the skin of an ill person turns a greenish color. (B), when someone becomes green with envy, it means that they have become sick with jealousy. (A) (B) 1 For example ---- Therefore 2 For example ---- However 3 By contrast ---- As a result 4 In addition ---- Therefore 5 In addition ---- However 35. Leroy Paige 에 관한 다음 글의 내용과 일치하지 않는 것은? Leroy Paige grew up in Mobile, Alabama. He made money by carrying bags. In those days, bags were called satchels, so people started calling Leroy Satchel. At age 12, Satchel was sent to a prison for stealing toys from a store. There he developed his pitching skills. Satchel got out in 1923, when he was 17. That s when he became a baseball player. Soon he became famous. At that time, however, no African Americans could play for white teams. Later, in 1947, Jackie Robinson became the first African American to join a white team. The very next year, Satchel joined a white team. In 1965, Satchel was still pitching. He was 59 years old! Finally, in 1971, he went into the Baseball Hall of Fame. 1 본명 대신에 Satchel 이라고 불렸다. 2 물건을 훔쳐서 감옥에 가기도 했다. 3 석방이 되고 나서 야구선수가 되었다. 4 백인 팀에 들어간 최초의 흑인선수였다 세 때 야구 명예의 전당에 들어갔다.

6 6 외국어영역 ( 영어 ) 고 rafflesia 에관한다음글의내용과일치하는것은? Have you ever seen a flower which is about one meter in diameter? The rafflesia is the world s largest flower. Its seeds are carried and spread by elephants. It is found in the rain forests of Sumatra. This giant flower needs another plant to live on. It lacks the structures needed to survive alone. The rafflesia has no stem or leaves. It is all flower. It attaches itself to the roots of other plants and sucks their juices. The rafflesia seems to burst right out of the forest floor. The flower weighs about seven kilograms! *diameter 지름 1 세계에서가장작은꽃이다. 2 열대우림에서는볼수없다. 3 꽃만있고줄기나잎이없다. 4 다른식물의줄기에붙어산다. 5 물위에서꽃이핀다. 37. 다음도표의내용과일치하지않는문장은? <Number of Users at a Subway Station> diseased trees are cleared away to make room for new trees. The forest keepers plan to burn about 30,000 acres a year for the next 20 years. 1 정기적인산불예방교육이필요하다. 2 산불보다병으로죽는나무가더많다. 3 산불이삼림보호에도움이될수있다. 4 산불진화용첨단장비를도입해야한다. 5 죽거나병든나무가산불의주된원인이다. 39. Most people are passive listeners. To communicate well, it s not enough to show the speaker that you are receiving the factual message. Here s an example of someone receiving the information but missing the message. Alice says, Sorry, I m late. As I was leaving the house, my dog ran into the street and was hit by a car. He is dead. Bill responds, So what did you do with the dog s body? Bill assumes that he has listened to Alice, but he has clearly missed the point. To be an active listener, Bill has to do more than just think over the factual information that Alice has delivered. Bill had better respond: Oh, my gosh! You must feel terrible. 1 의사소통에서가장중요한것은상호신뢰이다. 2 화자의메시지에담긴감정도헤아려서말해야한다. 3 설명을할때에는예를들어말하는것이효과적이다. 4 화자의사회적지위는듣는사람의태도에영향을미친다. 5 객관적으로말하려는경우에는감정을드러내지말아야한다. 40. 주어진글다음에이어질글의순서로가장적절한것은? The graph above shows the change in the number of people at a subway station in a day. 1 There is a sharp increase between six and eight in the morning. 2 After this, the number decreases to less than 200 at ten a.m. From eleven a.m. to three p.m., the number of users stays steady around 200 people. 3 The number then falls, with the lowest number at four p.m. 4 There is then a fast rise between four and six p.m. with a peak of 400 people at six p.m. 5 From six to ten in the evening, the number falls continuously. [3~39] 다음글의요지로가장적절한것을고르시오. 3. People were taught that forest fires were always bad. They used to think that it was a disaster when trees burned in a forest. In the past whenever there was a forest fire, the forest keepers immediately put it out. No fires were allowed to burn. Now, however, the Forest Service has a new plan. The chief of the Forest Service recently explained that there is a new and better way to save our forests. He said, Small limited fires are a part of nature. That is the way that old, dead, and When you move to a big city, especially in a foreign country, it s hard to get to know people. (A) If your area doesn t have a block association, talk to your neighbors about starting one. Take a chance, get involved, and help make life a little better in your new home. (B) Their common activities are tree and flower planting, clean-up days and group picnics. Some associations work together with the police to help protect their neighborhoods from crime. (C) One of the best ways to become involved in your community is by joining a block association. It is an organization of ordinary citizens. What kinds of activities do they do? 1 (A) - (B) - (C) 2 (A) - (C) - (B) 3 (B) - (C) - (A) 4 (C) - (A) - (B) 5 (C) - (B) - (A) 6

7 고 1 외국어영역 ( 영어 ) 7 [41~42] 다음글의제목으로가장적절한것을고르시오. 41. Many people think that people walk faster in cities than in small towns. City people always seem to be in a hurry. A group of scientists decided to find out if they really do walk faster. The scientists went to many big cities and small towns. They timed how fast people walked. The scientists found out that city walkers move at almost twice the rate of walkers in small towns. Maybe it s because they are more nervous, or because they have more places to go. [1점] 1 A Good Way to Travel 2 How Fast Scientists Walk 3 Walking to Get Somewhere 4 City People s Fast Walking 5 The Advantage of Slow Walking 44. 글의 흐름으로 보아, 주어진 문장이 들어가기에 가장 적절한 곳은? As he unwrapped the object, Corbett recognized the trophy and called the police. In 1966, the World Cup finals were held in the United Kingdom. The World Cup trophy was on display in London. ( 1 ) One day it disappeared. ( 2 ) The police investigated the crime, but it was an ordinary man and his dog that found the trophy. ( 3 ) Two weeks after the robbery, David Corbett and his dog, Pickles, were walking in South London. ( 4 ) They discovered a strange object that was wrapped in a newspaper and buried in a garden. ( 5 ) Corbett and Pickles received medals for the discovery, and Pickles was the biggest hero of the 1966 World Cup finals. 42. Here are some interesting stories about food. American cowboys had to eat beans, beans, and more beans. Because of this, they made up new names for the beans to make themselves laugh. They renamed beans Arizona strawberries. This is funny because cowboys usually worked in dry places, such as Arizona. Strawberries don t grow in dry places, so cowboys never ate them. Similarly, buffaloes don t have wings. Buffalo wings are actually chicken wings. Teressa Bellissimo, a cook from the city of Buffalo, New York, invented the name one day when she had cooked too many chicken wings. 45. 다음글의내용을한문장으로요약하고자한다. 빈칸 (A) 와 (B) 에들어갈말로가장적절한것끼리짝지은것은? *buffalo 아메리카 들소 1 Popularity of American Food 2 Who First Made Buffalo Wings? 3 The Origin of Arizona Strawberries 4 Food Name: Hiding the Food s Identity 5 Cowboys, Great Cooks in the Wild West 43. 다음 글의 상황에 나타난 분위기로 가장 적절한 것은? My mother told me to get out of the house. The temperature began to rise as I ran down the stairs. I was hit with a blast of hot air and the sound of exploding glass when I opened the side door. I saw my neighbor s red motorcycle exploding with flames. The smoke seemed to cover the sky and made me shed tears. It was getting hard to breathe and I was getting burned by the ashes as they flew by. Fire trucks came up with lights and sirens. The fire fighters attached the fire hoses together faster than lightning. 1 lonely 2 urgent 3 festive 4 peaceful 5 romantic Has the smell of something ever made you think of a spring day? Have some scents made you happy? Scientists discovered what certain smells do. One thing they know is that lemons remind people of things that are fresh and clean. People who make cleaners and soaps for the home often use a lemon scent. The smell of vanilla helps people relax. It may be very helpful for patients in hospitals. Cinnamon and apple smells remind many people of their homes. Some stores put these scents in the air to make customers comfortable. That way they ll want to buy more. *Cinnamon 계피 It was discovered that (A) can change the way you (B). (A) (B) 1 taste --- cook 2 taste --- think 3 scents --- shop 4 scents --- feel 5 scents --- live 7

8 외국어영역 ( 영어 ) 고 1 [46-4] 다음글을읽고, 물음에답하시오. [49-50] 두사람의의견을읽고, 물음에답하시오. (A) My parents were worried about me, so they asked me to call my friends or get more involved with school. However, they didn t understand why I was suddenly so sad and what high school pressures were like; the perfect body, the perfect grades and the perfect friends. Perfect just wasn t me. I was average. A few days later, I called (a) Sarah, one of my best friends, to get her advice. She was (b) a class president with high grades and a good personality. (B) I always loved movies. In the movies, nothing seemed impossible; in fact, I liked to pretend to be a movie star. Whenever I saw movies, I became the star of the cheerleading team who leads it to victory, or (c) the young lady who falls in love with a handsome man. That's how I used to escape from the stress of high school life. As a sixteen-year-old girl I was outgoing, active and friendly, but high school made me quiet and shy. (C) We talked about our high school lives. I wish my life were the way it is in movies, I said with a sigh. (d) She explained, I would often escape from reality through movies, too. She added, One day I started to think about why I wanted to be like the people in movies. Then it occurred to (e) me that those characters had their scripts written out for them. They were just somebody else s ideas but I had my own ideas for my script. I alone had the power to determine the plot of my life. Then she said, You can be the star of your own movie. 46. 위 글의 순서로 가장 적절한 것은? [3 점 ] 1 (A) - (C) - (B) 2 (B) - (A) - (C) 3 (B) - (C) - (A) 4 (C) - (A) - (B) 5 (C) - (B) - (A) 47. 밑줄 친 (a)~(e) 중에서 가리키는 대상이 나머지 넷과 다른 것은? 1 (a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (d) 5 (e) 4. 위 글이 주는 교훈으로 가장 적절한 것은? 1 인생 설계는 빠를수록 좋다. 2 실천 가능한 계획을 세워야 한다. 3 자신만이 자신의 인생을 설계할 수 있다. 4 변화하는 상황에 신속하게 대처해야 한다. 5 높은 목표설정이 바람직한 인생을 만들 수 있다. Person A It is no doubt that there are some beggars who are victims of unavoidable circumstances. Unfortunately, many people still choose to live on the streets and beg for money rather than face up to their financial problems. Giving money to them will surely make them remain beggars. It doesn t help them to find a job or seek the necessary help from the government. It will also make them depend on the charity of others. Even worse, there are many professional beggars who are not in real need. They play on people s sentiments as an easy source of money. However, it s impossible to know who is in real need or not. Per son B Beggar in itself is a negative word. It is not properly applied to many unfortunate people in our society. They find themselves homeless or penniless because of unemployment or a miserable family background. These people should not be treated as social failures. They simply need our help. It is all too easy to end up as a beggar on the streets with no family or community support in our increasingly selfish society. Individually and as a society, we have a duty to help them through individual giving on the streets as well as through charities and through government action. 49. 위 두 글의 핵심 쟁점으로 가장 적절한 것은? 1 giving help to beggars 2 creating jobs for beggars 3 providing places for the homeless 4 offering free medical service for the poor 5 reducing government support for the poor 50. 위 두 글의 내용과 일치하지 않는 것은? 1 A는 불가피한 상황으로 인해 구걸을 하는 사람들이 있다고 본다. 2 A는 직업적으로 구걸하는 사람들이 많이 있다고 생각한다. 3 B 는 실직과 불행한 가정환경으로 인해 구걸하는 사람이 있다 고 본다. 4 B 는 구걸하는 사람들을 사회적 낙오자로 생각해서는 안 된다고 믿는다. 5 B는 개인보다는 정부에서 구걸하는 사람을 도와야 한다고 생각한다. * 확인사항 답안지의해당란에필요한내용을정확히기입 ( 표기 ) 했는지확인 하시오.