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1 2007학년도 6월고2 전국연합학력평가문제지고2 외국어영역 ( 영어 ) 1 제 3 교시 외국어영역 ( 영어 ) 1 성명수험번호 2 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. 1번부터 17번까지는듣고답하는문제입니다. 방송을잘듣 고답을하기바랍니다. 듣는내용은한번만방송됩니다. 1. 대화를 듣고, 여자가 구입할 물건을 고르시오. [1 점 ] 대화를 듣고, 여자가 할 일로 가장 적절한 것을 고르시오. 1 to pay the plumber 2 to buy a new toilet 3 to recommend a good plumber 4 to contact the apartment manager 5 to find a plumber in the phone book 7. 다음을 듣고, 여자가 하는 말의 목적으로 가장 적절한 것을 고 르시오. 1 학교 휴식 공간 설치를 제안하려고 2 학교 식당 위치 변경을 알리려고 3 방과 후 프로그램을 안내하려고 4 우수한 학교 시설을 자랑하려고 5 휴식 시간 연장을 요구하려고. 대화를듣고, 여자가혼자부담해야할택시요금을고르시오. 1 $ $ $ $ $ 대화를듣고, 여자의심정으로가장적절한것을고르시오. 1 excited and thrilled 2 bored and indifferent 3 envious and surprised 4 embarrassed and upset 5 impressed and thankful 3. 다음을듣고, 무엇에관한광고인지고르시오. 1 옷 2 세제 3 청소기 4 세탁기 5 식기세척기 9. 대화를듣고, 두사람이대화하고있는장소로가장적절한곳을고르시오. 1 식당 2 낚시터 3 수족관 4 식료품점 5 수산시장 10. 대화를듣고, 남자가해야할일로가장적절한것을고르시오. 1 배송요청하기 2 담요주문하기 3 San Diego 방문하기 4 항구찾아가기 5 재고품정리하기 4. 대화를듣고, 남자가여자에게부탁한일을고르시오. 1 새로운디자인고안 2 고객정보요청 3 Cindy 의응답전화요청 4 회의일정조정 5 Cindy 와의약속날짜변경 11. 다음일정표를보면서대화를듣고, 두사람의대화내용과일치하지않는것을고르시오. 5. 대화를듣고, 두사람의관계를가장잘나타낸것을고르시오. 1 전화국직원 --- 전화설치신청자 2 통신회사상담원 --- 전화요금연체자 3 분실물센터직원 --- 휴대전화분실자 4 홈쇼핑판매원 --- 전화기구매자 5 전화설문요원 --- 설문응답자 1 Date Saturday, 7 July 2 10:00-10:30 Opening Main hall 3 10:30-12:30 Gymnastic Performance Sports field Lunch Break Magic Show Main hall 4 13:30-15:00 Folk Dancing Sports field 5 15:00-16:00 Questions to the Principal Main hall 1

2 2 외국어영역 ( 영어 ) 고 다음을듣고, 각나라의특이한법에대한설명과일치하지않는것을고르시오. [3 점 ] 1 자유의여신상에서껌을씹으면벌금을낸다. 2 오하이오주에서쥐를많이잡으면사냥면허를준다. 3 싱가포르에서변기물을내리지않으면벌금을낸다. 4 싱가포르에서원숭이는항상신분증을지녀야한다. 5 말레이시아에서얼굴을가리는오토바이헬멧을쓸수없다. 13. 다음그림의상황에가장적절한대화를고르시오. 17. 다음상황설명을듣고, Peter 가아버지에게할말로가장적절한것을고르시오. Peter: Dad, 1 can you pick me up today after school? 2 I want to interview you for my homework. 3 will you give me a ride to school? I m in a hurry. 4 I m sorry but will you explain this math question? 5 why don t you just stay at home and get some rest? 이제듣기문제는다끝났습니다. 1번부터는문제지에따라답을하기바랍니다. 1. 밑줄친 This(this) 가가리키는것으로가장적절한것은? [1 점 ] 대화를듣고, 남자의마지막말에대한여자의응답으로가장적절한것을고르시오. This is supplied by a shop, especially a supermarket. Customers use this to carry goods to the check-out counter and after paying, to the car in the parking lot. Often, customers are allowed to leave this in the parking lot and store personnel will return it to the shop. Sometimes customers have to pay a small deposit by inserting a coin, which is returned if and when they put this back to a certain place. This can come in many sizes. Some are large enough to carry a child. Woman: 1 cart 2 basket 3 baby carriage 4 backpack 5 plastic bag 1 You were lucky to get the file back, weren t you? 2 Why didn t you ask him to delay the presentation? 3 Good, but be careful not to make such a mistake again. 4 Why didn t you discuss the presentation with your boss? 5 I m very happy to hear that your presentation was good. 15. 대화를 듣고, 여자의 마지막 말에 대한 남자의 응답으로 가장 적절한 것을 고르시오. Man: 1 If I were you, I wouldn t return her phone. 2 What about getting a brand-new cell phone? 3 Why didn t you study hard for the final quiz? 4 You should have explained your situation before class. 5 You d better not leave the classroom to answer the phone. 16. 대화를 듣고, 남자의 마지막 말에 대한 여자의 응답으로 가장 적절한 것을 고르시오. Woman: 1 Because I liked your new product very much. 2 Because I ve always wanted to buy a new guitar. 3 That s why I d like to go to the concert with you. 4 I tried to talk to you but I was afraid of sounding rude. 5 As soon as I finish the report, I will teach you how to play it 밑줄 친 they(them) 가 가리키는 대상이 나머지 넷과 다른 것은? The firefly, or lightning bug, is not a fly, nor is it a bug. It is a beetle with two wing cases on its back. There are fireflies in many parts of the world. Some of 1 them shine much brighter than others. In some areas, because their light is so bright, people use 2 them as a lantern or a lamp to read by. In Thailand, thousands of fireflies gather on certain trees and together 3 they flash their lights on and off. This causes many people to believe that 4 they are watching lightning coming from the trees. You may wonder then, why the firefly lights up. Scientists believe that fireflies light up so 5 they can find a mate. 20. 다음 글에서 전체 흐름과 관계 없는 문장은? A new type of remote control provides better protection by switching from normal use to a special burglar confusion mode. 1 This smart device switches audio and video equipment on and off to simulate the presence of a person. 2 In the morning, for example, the remote plays a pre-recorded CD containing household sounds like clattering dishes and vacuum cleaning. 3 The vacuum cleaner automatically recharges itself after cleaning the entire floor. 4 Later that day, the remote tunes the TV to a daytime channel and in the evening it plays a movie. 5 The switching programming follows the same general pattern on weekdays but changes on weekends.

3 고 2 외국어영역 ( 영어 ) 다음 글을 쓴 목적으로 가장 적절한 것은? [1 점 ] You don t have enough money and time to get a degree in college? Sylvan is your solution. In our program, students don t have to attend classes in a regular classroom. Instead, they go online and interact with fellow students and the teacher in a virtual classroom using bulletin boards. Also, students sometimes share ideas through text or voice chat. Students still have to do assignments, write papers, and take tests but everything is done online at the student s own convenience. They sometimes work at their own pace depending on the class schedule, but our online university can provide more flexibility and study options. 1 대학 교육을 비판하려고 2 장학금 수혜 방법을 알리려고 3 사이버 대학을 홍보하려고 4 웹사이트 개설을 축하하려고 5 등록금 납부를 독촉하려고 22. (A), (B), (C) 의 각 네모 안에서 어법에 맞는 표현을 골라 짝 지은 것으로 가장 적절한 것은? What is a webinar, and (A) how / what benefits can it generate for a company? As more businesses look for creative ways to reach new customers as well as cut costs of communicating, the subject of webinars often comes up. The word webinar is (B) derived / deriving from two root words: web and seminar. A webinar is a seminar using the web and conferencing software. One of the most immediate benefits of a webinar is (C) that / which it can eliminate a large portion of your company s travel budget. While there will always be those occasions where a face-to-face meeting is necessary, many business exchanges can be handled with the use of web conferences. (A) (B) (C) 1 how derived that 2 how deriving which 3 what deriving which 4 what derived which 5 what derived that 23. 다음 글의 밑줄 친 부분 중, 어법상 틀린 것은? During the day Louise Wilkinson works as a librarian. Once the sun goes down, she transforms 1 her into a vampire. Louise has even got some vampire teeth. For ten years as a vampire, she 2 has collected a houseful of horror movie videos, skulls and bats. She enjoys 3 frightening people, although she knows it is just a game. As a secretary of the Dracula Society, which has 110 members, Louise has even been to the town of Dracula s birth. She loves going to parties dressed as the Mistress of the Dark, 4 where she pretends to bite the necks of the other guests. Sometimes she dresses up as one of Dracula s victims and 5 wears a white dress covered with artificial blood. 3 [24~27] 다음글을읽고, 빈칸에들어갈말로가장적절한것을고르시오. 24. In a department store you see attractive young women looking at a sweater. You listen to their conversation. I can t believe it - a Bertolla! It s almost impossible to find and it s a lot cheaper than the one Sara bought in Rome. You ve never heard of Bertolla but those stylish girls must know. You decide to buy it. You don t realize that those young women are employees of an advertising agency. They are actually paid to go from store to store, talking loudly about Bertolla clothes. This is the secret of undercover marketing. If a person looks cool, his or her product seems cool, too. The strong point of this marketing is that you don t know the conversation you overhear is just. 1 a performance 2 a secret 3 truth 4 a humor 5 a prediction 25. TIME magazine has been naming its Person of the Year since The aim is to pick the person(s) who most affected the news and our lives in the year. For example, 2005 s Person(s) of the Year were Bono, an activist rock legend, and Bill Gates and his wife, co-founders of the world s wealthiest charitable foundation. Who was the Person of the Year 2006? YOU were named the Person of the Year. That s because YOU have contributed to the explosive growth and influence of user-generated Internet content such as blogs and video-file sharing sites. YOU, ordinary users, have made millions of these small contributions on the World Wide Web. That is not only changing the world, but also changing the way the world changes. For this reason, TIME s decision literally reflected that YOU. 1 are getting away from the World Wide Web 2 have played an important role in reducing poverty 3 have become the center of the new information age 4 should learn lessons from the Person(s) of the Year 5 need to be equipped with more advanced technology 26. The migrant workers from Myanmar have been essential in the reconstruction boom in Thailand. Despite their economic role, the laborers say that they are. When the tsunami hit Thailand in 2004 killing thousands of people, the migrant workers received little aid from the Thai government. Even when other countries helped Thailand in the search for survivors, nobody looked for the workers, whose death toll was estimated at over 5,000. They watched food and supplies being handed out to their Thai neighbors, not to them. Aung Than, a 56-year-old laborer, described the inequality of tsunami aid as follows: I had made Thais happy by working hard but after the disaster, no one came to help my dying sons. 1 the forgotten victims 2 the skillful workers 3 the warm neighbors 4 the last survivors 5 the illegal immigrants

4 4 외국어영역 ( 영어 ) 고 If you are planning to visit England this summer, you should watch out for the weather! According to a British meteorologist, Jim Dale, there s a high probability of a fish and frog shower this summer in England. Due to the recent unstable weather conditions such as sudden heavy rains and storms, the chance of strange objects falling from the sky will increase sharply. In the past, it rained crabs, jellyfish and even coal! Why? He explained the events were triggered by heat and air pressure coupled with atmospheric instability. Converging cold air off the North Sea and warm air off the land creates these conditions. Therefore, if you don t like frogs or fish in England,. *converge: ( 한곳에 ) 집중시키다 1 never go near the ocean 2 you shouldn t go out when it rains 3 choose delicious crabs and jellyfish instead 4 you should take a shower at least twice a day 5 watch out for strange objects and never touch them 2. 다음글에드러난필자의심정으로가장적절한것은? When I was a kid, I dreaded Friday nights. I would be up in my room happily reading a book when my father would force me to come down and watch TV with the rest of the family. There was no escape. This was supposed to be quality time - one of the few moments in the week the family got together. Only, we weren t really together. How could it be meaningful quality time, sitting silently in front of a TV set? It was really pitiful and stupid, watching a family in a sitcom on TV instead of being a family. All we succeeded in doing was to substitute a fictional family for the real one - us! 1 calm and relieved 2 dissatisfied and annoyed 3 regretful and guilty 4 pleased and grateful 5 anticipating and hopeful 1 학생회의 결정을 존중해야 한다. 2 도서관 이용자를 제한해야 한다. 3 도서관을 24 시간 개방해야 한다. 4 학생 회관 출입구의 수를 늘려야 한다. 5 학생 회관을 도서관으로 개조해야 한다. 30. (A), (B), (C) 의 각 네모 안에서 문맥에 맞는 낱말을 골라 짝 지은 것으로 가장 적절한 것은? Does prolonged viewing of a computer screen damage your eyes? What about reading in dim light? When using a computer for a long time, you blink less than normal. This makes your eyes dry, causing temporary (A) optional / optical fatigue. However, this doesn t ruin your eyesight. Some eye doctors recommend that you take frequent breaks from your computer but this precaution is merely to (B) prevent / preserve the fatigue. Also, reading in dim light doesn t affect the function of your eyes. Your eyes may get tired because of the extra effort it takes to focus if the light is (C) insufficient / adequate. However, this doesn t lead to long-lasting damage or vision changes. (A) (B) (C) optional optional optional optical optical preserve preserve prevent prevent prevent insufficient adequate adequate adequate insufficient 31. 다음 그림에 대한 글의 내용 중, 밑줄 친 낱말의 쓰임이 적절 하지 않은 것은? [3 점 ] s t i c k o u t e r c a s e 29. 다음 글에서 필자가 주장하는 바로 가장 적절한 것은? The campus committee is debating whether or not the Union should be open at night. I don t understand why they are considering the Union instead of the library. The Union is viewed by many as a gathering place, not for studying, but the library actually has study desks. There are also security concerns. The Union has four entrances while the library has only one accessible entrance at night. Therefore, it s easier to keep track of who is inside the library. It is undeniable that students need all day and all night access to library resources such as journals and articles. How can we be a Great Public University without access to the appropriate place to study at any time? *the Union: 학생 회관 4 s p r i n g s of t me t a l The Pop-Up Timer, also known as a turkey timer, often comes with a turkey that you buy at the grocery store. This simple piece of technology, which consists of 1 four main parts, lets everyone know when the turkey is done. On the left of the picture above is the Pop-Up Timer before cooking and on the right is the same timer after it has 2 popped up. The soft metal which is solid at room temperature 3 holds the stick and turns into liquid at about 15. When the metal turns into liquid, it frees the end of the stick that has been 4 trapped in the metal. The spring pops 5 the metal up and you know the turkey is ready to be eaten.

5 고 2 외국어영역 ( 영어 ) 5 [32~33] 다음글의주제로가장적절한것을고르시오. 32. Some suggest that old people are incapable of clear and creative thoughts. These critics have forgotten that much of the great art and literature we have today was produced by old people. Picasso was painting up to the last few months of his life before his death at the age of 91. What is Art was written by Tolstoy at age. Pablo Casals was still playing the cello in his nineties. The discrimination young people show towards their elders is not based on scientific fact. It is the stereotypes we have of old people that make them unproductive and unhappy. We tell old people that they are incapable of living full lives and unfortunately they believe us. 1 노인에대한편견 2 노인의심리적갈등 3 노후대책의필요성 4 노인의제한된여가생활 5 고령화사회의문제점 33. In many Japanese elementary schools, 3 is substituted for the value of, the infinite number When the Japanese Ministry of Education was criticized for this, they argued that the important part was to teach the concept, not the exact number. By decreasing the pressure to learn difficult materials like, this type of education is believed to encourage students creativity. In this education, however, knowledge in textbooks has been shallow and teaching in the classroom has become game-like, which cannot make children think deeply and solve problems. Even though it was welcomed at first, now it is blamed for the overall decline of scholastic abilities. (A) (B) 1 In addition Conversely 2 In addition Similarly 3 For example Similarly 4 For example Otherwise 5 However Otherwise 35. 다음 밑줄 친 MDI 에 대한 내용과 일치하지 않는 것은? The automobile industry is currently undergoing great technological developments. Luxembourg s Automobile Maker has developed an air pollution-free car, MDI. Its engine runs on compressed and ambient air. Since the engine runs on the air that we breathe, there is no risk of explosion or pollution. The tank that stores the compressed air can be refilled at home in 3-4 hours, using a built-in compressor, or in 2-3 minutes at an exclusive service station. The energy cost is less than one dollar per 100 kilometers and the car can go up to 110 kilometers per hour. One shortcoming of the car is its high noise level while driving. *ambient air: 주변의 공기 1 대기오염을 일으키지 않는다. 2 공기를 연료로 사용한다. 3 가정에서 충전이 가능하다. 4 연료비가 매우 저렴하다. 5 운전 중 소음이 적다. 1 advantages of creative education 2 how to reduce learning pressure 3 various kinds of school textbook 4 different definitions of the value 5 problems of pressure-free education 34. 빈칸 (A), (B) 에들어갈말로가장적절한것끼리짝지은것은? History can provide insights into current issues and problems. (A), any attempt to understand the disintegration of Yugoslavia would be incomplete without an examination of the long history of hatred and cooperation between the Muslim peoples. The division of the Korean peninsula must be understood with reference to the prior international war between the South and the North. (B), it is impossible to understand the continuous national unity question in Canada without some knowledge of the colonial period in North America. History is all around us, thus we shouldn t ignore it to understand the present. 36. Heather Whitestone 에 관한 다음 글의 내용과 일치하는 것 은? Heather Whitestone overcame many obstacles on her path to the crown. When she was eighteen months old, the H influenza virus almost killed her. Although she survived, the illness left her almost totally deaf. During her childhood she spent countless hours in speech therapy. It took her six years to learn to say her last name. She pushed herself to attend a regular school instead of one for deaf students. Meanwhile, she endured her parent s heartbreaking divorce. When she began entering beauty contests, she won first place in the Miss Alabama competition and in 1995, she became the first person with a disability to win Miss America. 1 어려서는 병에 걸린 적이 없었다. 2 어른이 되어서 청력을 잃었다. 3 언어 교정 치료를 받지 못했다. 4 장애 아동을 위한 특수학교에 다녔다. 5 미인 대회에서 우승하였다. 5

6 6 외국어영역 ( 영어 ) 고 다음도표의내용과일치하지않는문장은? 39. It seems that young people no longer view good health as an absence of illness but rather as something which can be judged from their physical appearance such as good skin, muscle, slimness, etc. That s why more and more young people are looking for potentially dangerous products such as slimming pills and skin-whitening products. These products can cause serious damages to the users if they contain unauthorized medical or pharmaceutical chemicals. There is a need for the government to enhance the regulations on these products and manufacturers by law. Working mothers in many fields experience conflicts between motherhood and professional advancement because of child care. The above pie chart shows who cares for preschool children when their mothers work. 1 The greatest number of preschoolers with working mothers are taken care of by organized facilities. 2 About twenty percent of the children are cared for by nonrelatives. 3 It also shows that more fathers are looking after their preschool children than their grandparents. 4 Some working mothers manage to take care of their children by themselves, which accounts for only 6 percent. 5 It seems that other relatives contribute to looking after the preschoolers less than the nonrelatives. [3~39] 다음글의요지로가장적절한것을고르시오. 3. Snowball effect refers to the phenomenon of a small snowball rolling down a hill and gathering snow until it becomes a powerful force. Compared to the domino effect where falling dominos move at a constant speed, the importance of the beginning in the snowball effect is clearer because the effect drastically magnifies. Of course, the direction of the rolling snowball makes a huge difference. If the snowball is set in the right direction, it will collect enormous benefits; however, if the snowball rolls in an undesirable direction, the results can be irreparable and devastating. Taking the right first step is important even when making the most trivial of resolutions. Dependence on initial conditions can eventually create enormous change. 1 매사에최선을다해야한다. 2 자연은끊임없이변화한다. 3 눈사태는예측할수있다. 4 모든일은시작이중요하다. 5 눈을효과적으로활용해야한다. 1 국민 건강 증진을 위한 정부 예산을 확충해야 한다. 2 정부는 외모 관리 제품에 대한 관리를 강화해야 한다. 3 정부는 건강 보조 제품 개발을 위해 적극 나서야 한다. 4 자신감을 갖기 위해 어느 정도 외모에 신경을 써야 한다. 5 젊은이들은 외모보다 내적인 아름다움을 가꾸어야 한다. 40. 다음 주어진 글 다음에 이어질 글의 순서로 가장 적절한 것 은? The art of predicting the future with tea leaves has been practiced in both Asia and Europe for centuries. It s not hard to try doing it yourself. (A) When you interpret the leaves, pay attention to their position in the cup. Leaves near the top represent the near future, while leaves near the bottom show the distant future. Leaves near the cup s handle represent the current you. (B) Afterwards, drink it all but leave a spoonful at the bottom of the cup. Now pick up the cup and move it three times from right to left. Turn it upside down to let the liquid drain out and now you are ready to read the leaves. (C) Make yourself a cup of tea. You can use any kind of tea leaves but it s best to drink it from a wide, white cup. This makes it easy to see the leaves. Relax and enjoy your tea. 1 (A) - (B) - (C) 2 (B) - (A) - (C) 3 (B) - (C) - (A) 4 (C) - (A) - (B) 5 (C) - (B) - (A) 6

7 고 2 외국어영역 ( 영어 ) 7 [41~42] 다음 글의 제목으로 가장 적절한 것을 고르시오. 41. When people see bugs, like a fly, their first reaction is to kill them or wave them away. However, we should find a new way to cope with them from now on. According to some scientists, small insects tirelessly perform functions and improve our environment and economy. The scientists figured out the cash value of their free service to society. For example, $50 billion could be saved every year worldwide as many animals live on insects for food. Also, without the pollination done by insects, fruits would become rare and expensive, so you could taste them only on birthdays. This comes to $3 billion cash value. So think twice before you kill a bug. *pollination: 꽃가루받이 1 Breeding Ability of Bugs 2 Economic Worth of Bugs 3 Kill Bugs, Save Money! 4 The Survival of the Fittest 5 How about a Bug as a Pet? 1 calm and peaceful 2 gloomy and pitiful 3 festive and joyful 4 mysterious and scary 5 relaxing and encouraging 44. 글의흐름으로보아, 주어진문장이들어가기에가장적절한곳은? In spite of its convenience and necessity, not everyone is happy with the LongPen. With the LongPen, you no longer have to wait in line for hours to get a famous author s autograph. ( 1 ) This new pen enables authors to autograph books from thousands of miles away. ( 2 ) It can also make writers book tours less busy because they can be in several countries at the same time. ( 3 ) How? A signal is sent to bookstores when a writer signs an autograph on an electronic pad. ( 4 ) At the bookstores, robotic arms with normal pens copy the autograph into his or her books. ( 5 ) That s because it could end the excitement of direct communication between writers and readers. 42. Robots are supposed to run on batteries, right? Well, not all of them. Scientists in England have built a small robot, called EcobotⅡ, that gets its energy from food such as rotten apples or sugar. The robot digests its food in a series of stomach-like devices called microbial fuel cells. These cells are full of bacteria. It is the bacteria that actually eat the food. As the bacteria digest the food, they release electrons that finally generate electricity. The robot can run for 12 days on a diet of two apples. Maybe restrooms in the future will have signs for Men, Women, and Robots. *microbial: 미생물의 1 Robot, It Can Be Your Helper 2 Making Robots More Friendly 3 Feed Your Robot! It May Work 4 Watch Out for the Robot Bacteria! 5 A New Robot for Cleaning Restroom 43. 다음글의상황에나타난분위기로가장적절한것은? I was sitting in Ms Gale s living room trying to read a school book by the little light that came from the table lamp. I got up to pull open the heavy curtains in the living room to allow some of the dying afternoon light into the dusty room. Stop! shrieked the old woman. She narrowed her grey eyes at the light and crossed her arms over her face. Don t frighten the children. I stared at her as we were alone in the room, and I was the only child there. As I moved to close the curtains again, I heard the sudden sound of little feet running across the room and a girl crying 다음 글의 내용을 한 문장으로 요약하고자 한다. 빈칸 (A) 와 (B) 에 들어갈 말로 가장 적절한 것끼리 짝지은 것은? [3 점 ] Sarah Blakemore, a neuroscientist, scanned the brains of teenagers and adults while they were asked questions relating to decision-making. She found that teenagers responded using the rear part of the brain, where mainly self-centered actions are processed. A teenager s judgment on what to do was driven by the simple question: What would I do? In contrast, adults use the front part of the brain involved in more complex functions such as processing how decisions affect others. They made a decision with the question: How would the people around me feel as a result of my actions? The research showed teenagers were less likely to think about how they would feel in another person s shoes. Teenagers are more (A) than adults because they use a different (B) of their brain to make decisions compared to adults. (A) (B) 1 impulsive hormone 2 cautious wave 3 selfish region 4 flexible signal 5 timid function

8 외국어영역 ( 영어 ) 고 2 [46~4] 다음 글을 읽고, 물음에 답하시오. ( A) Here was his prize. He imagined the pride on Woman s face, the joy in Son s eyes. Their bellies would be filled for many days from it. Man crept towards the last seal. It did not see him, or so Man thought. Suddenly, it sprang away and slipped into the water. He felt (a) something begin to drip from his eyes. He was filled with a strange emotion. Strange choking sounds were coming from his mouth and chest. He touched his eyes and tasted (b) the drops. Yes, they tasted like salty water. ( B) Son heard the cries of Man and called Woman. They ran to the seashore to find out what was wrong with Man. Woman and Son were alarmed to see (c) the water flowing out of Man s eyes. Man told them about the shore filled with seals. He told how he had hunted them and how every seal had escaped his knife. As he spoke, he observed something began to flow from the eyes of Woman and Son just like (d) the water that was dripping from his eyes. In this way, people first learned to weep. ( C) Man went hunting along the water s edge for seals. To Man s delight, many seals were crowded together along the seashore. He would certainly bring home a great feast for Woman and Son. He crept cautiously towards the seals. The seals grew restless. Man slowed down. Suddenly, the seals began to slip into (e) the water. Man was upset. His feast was getting away. Then Man saw a single seal in the back of the group. It was not moving as quickly as the others. 46. 위 글의 순서로 가장 적절한 것은? 1 (A) - (B) - (C) 2 (A) - (C) - (B) 3 (B) - (A) - (C) 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) [49~50] 두사람의대립된의견을읽고, 물음에답하시오. Person A Maybe you need more space for your family, or perhaps you like the community you live in and want the feeling of stability that comes with owning your own home. Owning your own home will give you all these things. Houses typically increase in value over time. This increased value is as good as money in the bank to a homeowner. Even though there are some worries about tax, it is nothing compared to the increased value. In addition, while rent typically increases year after year, the interest rate of most mortgage payments remains relatively stable for the entire period of the loan - even if that s 30 years from now. Person B Usually you can expect to pay more for housing as a homeowner than you did as a renter - especially for the first few years. You also have to pay property taxes, homeowner s insurance and so on. Once you own a home, moving isn t as simple as giving the homeowner your moving notice. Besides, you should remember that the burden such as mowing the lawn or repairing the fence comes along with home ownership. Most of all, if you fail to keep up your mortgage payments, the bank can sell your property. This can result in the loss of not only your house but also your good credit rating. *mortgage: 주택융자 49. 위두글의핵심쟁점으로가장적절한것은? 1 cutting property taxes 2 owning one s own house 3 forming a stable community 4 supplying more rental houses 5 increasing mortgage interest rates 50. 위두글의내용과일치하는것은? 1 A는집값이시간이흐를수록내려간다고생각한다. 2 A는세입자들의집세가매년안정적이라고여긴다. 3 A는주택융자에대한이자상승률이높다고본다. 4 B 는집주인이세입자보다이사하기쉽다고믿는다. 5 B 는주택관리가집주인에게부담스럽다고생각한다. 4. 위글의제목으로가장적절한것은? 1 Making Friends with Animals 2 The Origin of Seal Hunting 3 The First Tears of Humans 4 Men s Love for Hunting 5 Smart Seals and a Stupid Man * 확인사항 답안지의해당란에필요한내용을정확히기입 ( 표기 ) 했는지확인하시오.