2024년 05월 24일 오늘의 문제
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1. 밑줄 친 부분 중 어법상 옳지 않은 것은?


On April 14, 1865, Abraham Lincoln created the United States Secret Service, a special security agency, mere hours before ① heading to Ford’s Theatre, ② where he was assassinated. But it wasn’t until 1901 that the primary purpose of the organization turned into protecting political leaders. Before then, its purpose ③ had been to track down and ④ to be eliminated counterfeit money.

  • 2. 다음 우리말을 영어로 가장 옮긴 것은? 


     그 기업은 고객에게 흠 잡을 데 없는 서비스를 제공하는 것에 전념한다.

    The company is concentrating on to provide customers with faultless service.

    The company is committed to provide customers with faultless service.

    The company is committed to providing customers with faultless service. 

    The company has been concentrated on provide customers with faultless service.


  • 어휘

    1. 밑줄 친 부분과 의미가 가장 가까운 것을 고르시오.


    Gun control advocates are holding protests across the nation today, following last week's tragic shooting.

    • ① figures
    • ② suspects
    • ③ institutes
    • ④ supporters

    2. 밑줄 친 부분에 들어갈 표현으로 가장 적절한 것을 고르시오.


    When asked, a number of people said they still feel _______ about the future despite the slow economy.

    • ① commercial
    • ② indifferent
    • ③ optimistic
    • ④ conservative
    독해

    1. 다음 주어진 글에 이어질 순서로 가장 적절한 것은?


    The presidential debates started on a positive note, with both candidates approaching the moderator and shaking hands before heading to their respective podiums.

     

    (A) However, this cordial tone was to be short-lived. As soon as the first question was asked, both candidates took to the offensive and began interrupting and talking at the same time.

     

    (B) Surprisingly, the candidates took the advice and tried to follow the rules for the remainder of the debate. When it concluded an hour later, the candidates thanked each other and walked off the stage.

     

    (C) The moderator warned both candidates that neither of their points could be heard if they continued to talk over one another. She also reminded them that they would each be given equal time to address the other’s claims.

     

    (C)-(A)-(B)

    (B)-(C)-(A)

    (C)-(B)-(A)

    (A)-(C)-(B)

     


  • 2. 주어진 문장에 이어질 글의 순서로 가장 적절한 것은?


    Before television was invented, families and friends had many ways to pass the time on rainy days. In addition to putting on plays and musical performances, parlor games were a tried-and-true method for a group of people to have a good time.

    (A) Taking turns, each player poked at the pile, creating small avalanches, until the bullet eventually slipped inside the mound. The person who caused this to happen then had to use only his or her mouth to dig out the bullet.

    (B) One of the most popular games in Britain was called Bullet Pudding. To set up the game, the the players prepared a very large tray with a mound of flour on it. A bullet was placed on top of the heap.

    (C) In the end, the biggest challenge for the loser was to try not to laugh while attempting to get to the bullet out because his or her face would soon become completely covered in flour.

    ① (A) – (C) – (B)
    ② (B) – (A) – (C)
    ③ (B) – (C) – (A)
    ④ (C) – (A) – (B)