Feelings are unavoidable. Healthy emotions give a person a sense

01. 2-5
출처•Do Love, Andrew Rankin
다음 빈칸에 들어갈 말로 가장 적절한 것은?
Feelings are unavoidable. Healthy emotions
give a person a sense of well-being, even
during difficult situations. Positive emotions
feel great! And feelings, even bad ones, are
preferable to a life without any feelings.
The primary reason, however, that love
is not to be based on emotions is because
feelings fluctuate; they are unreliable.
Emotions may provide a fantastic spark, but
they are short on fuel. If you doubt me, did
you know that the national divorce rate still
hovers around fifty percent? Need further proof? How many people want the benefits of being
married, but without the long-term sacrifice and commitment? Still not convinced? Why did
you not marry the first person you were attracted to? The answer is that your feelings changed,
and this is the main point here. Feelings alone will cause us to love short.
① Love is the faithful objectification of feeling
② Never seek to tell your love; love that never told can be
③ To be in love is to touch things with inner feelings
④ Any emotion, if it is sincere, is involuntary
⑤ Feelings may be good servants, but are bad masters
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02. 2-6
출처•Collabetition: 3 Principles for the Creative Person in All of Us, Taiwo Odunsi
(A), (B), (C)의 각 네모 안에서 어법에 맞는 표현으로 가장 적절한 것은?
[듄我일체] 1) 형광펜으로 표시한 plant가 상징하는 의미를 영어로 써라.
2) 밑줄 친 부분이 상징하는 의미를 영어로 써라.
Pretend a farmer gives you ten seeds to 1) plant. Since you’re not a seed expert, you decide to
get planting anyway, perhaps the only productive action to take. With each passing week, out
(A) come/comes the tomatoes, bell peppers, corn, and on it (B) continue/continues . In the
same way, all ideas are seeds that are planted when you record them. Just as a farmer wouldn’t
toss aside seeds that may one day provide food, you shouldn’t throw away ideas simply because
you aren’t sure what will grow out of them. Don’t concern yourself with their current validity.
Most ideas arrive like unlabeled seeds, without an indication of what they could become;
this is simply due to their need for the gestation period. But in order to gestate, ideas must be
captured, 2) taken from the
mental realm and brought
into the realm of reality
can grow. “We remember
what we record,” notes
Rick Warren, author of The
Purpose-Driven Life. Write
it, record it, and wait for it
to grow.
① come – continue – which
② come – continues – where
③ come – continue – where
④ comes – continues – where
⑤ comes – continue – which
03. 3-2
출처•Sport Psychology, Britton W. Brewer
다음 밑줄 친 부분 중, 문맥상 낱말의 쓰임이 적절하지 않은 것은?
다음 글의 빈칸 (A), (B)에 들어갈 말로 가장 적절한 것은?
Sports performance is often ① impaired
when athletes experience levels of
arousal or anxiety that are ② appropriate
for their personal preferences or the
demands of the sport in which they
participate. (A)
performance on tasks such as shooting
a rifle or attempting a free throw in
basketball can be ③ hampered by
excessive levels of anxiety and the
psychological as well as physiological
effects that they have on athletes.
, the performance of athletes who are not sufficiently ④ energized before
or during competition may also suffer. In these circumstances, sport psychologists work
with athletes helping them to cope with the stressful situations they inevitably encounter in
competitive sport and to identify and achieve levels of arousal that are ⑤ optimal for their sport
① For example – Similarly
② For example – Therefore
③ For example – In short
④ In addition – On the contrary
⑤ In addition – In the same way
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04. 3-3
출처•Power: Why Some People Have It ― And Others Don’t, Jeffrey Pfeffer
- 연결어(형광펜)
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다음 빈칸에 들어갈 말로 가장 적절한 것은?
The fact is that people like what they remember ─ and that includes you! In order for your
great performance to be appreciated, it needs to be visible. But beyond visibility, the mere
exposure research teaches us that
. Simply put, in many cases,
being memorable equals getting picked. An Italian executive who has worked in numerous
large multinational corporations and has risen quickly through the ranks is an outspoken and
provocative individual. Consequently, he sometimes irritates people. But as another manager
told me, “decades from now I will remember him, while I will have forgotten most of his
contemporaries.” It is obvious whom that manager would choose to fill a position ─ the
memorable Italian leader. You can’t select what you can’t recall.
① remembering your boss pays
② invisible harmony is better than visible
③ performance by itself is sufficient
④ the best memory is not as good as pale ink
⑤ familiarity produces preference
05. 3-5
출처•Insect Ecology, Timothy D. Schowalter
주어진 글 다음에 이어질 글의 순서로 가장 적절한 것은?
이 글의 원 제목은 Reconstructing Ancient Landscape이다. 이 제목의 내용과 같은 부분을 찾아 형광펜
으로 표시하라. (세 군데)
Every amber fossil tells a stoy and is a piece of a jigsaw puzzle that can be used to
reconstruct the natural environment at the time the amber was being produced.
(A) There will always be gaps in the puzzle
because there are many life forms that are
too large to become entrapped in amber or
have a lifestyle that does not normally bring
them into contact with the sticky resin.
(B) However, the habitat that existed in
that ancient world can, in large part, be
reconstructed by studying select insects
that can be typified as phytophagous, bark
inhabitants, or parasites, and identifying the associated predators, vertebrates, and special
(C) The challenges are to identify the inclusions, determine their biology and ecology by
researching the habits of their extant descendants, and then make inferences regarding the
original environment.
① (A) – (B) – (C)
② (B) – (A) – (C)
③ (B) – (C) – (A)
④ (C) – (A) – (B)
⑤ (C) – (B) – (A)
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출처•No Contest: The Case Against Competition, Alfie Kohn
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- 배열
토론대회가 부추기는 cynical relativism(냉소적 상대주의)에 해당하는 내용에 형광펜으로 표시하시오.
토론대회가 이루고자 하지 않는 것에 밑줄로 표시하시오.
> 부분
Competitiv debate is an activity as consuming and, in its own way, as brutal as football.
<Students spend their days preparing for tournaments in which they will debate a major issue
of public policy. These tournaments require them to argue in support of a resolution in one
round and then against it in the next. The practical emphasis in debate is on tying logical knots,
sounding persuasive, and even speaking so quickly that an opponent cannot respond to all of
one’s arguments.> <The point is not to arrive at a fuller understanding of the question at hand
or to form genuine convictions. Debaters develop considerable expertise as a result of their
preparations, but this is only a means to victory. As for convictions, a premium is placed on not
having any; believing in something could interfere with one’s ability to win on both sides of the
issue.> <This arrangement may force participants to see both points of view, but it does so in
a way that promotes a kind of cynical relativism: no position is better than any other since any
position can be successfully defended.>