압구정고 영어기출문제 2과(능률 영어1 김성곤)

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압구정고 영어기출문제 2과(능률 영어1 김성곤)

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On a chilly December evening in 1955, in the American city of Montgomery, Alabama, a black woman named Rosa Parks got on a bus. At that time in Montgomery, buses were divided into two zones: one for black people and the other for white people. She took a seat in the black zone and watched quietly as more and more passengers got on the bus. Soon, all the seats in the white zone were taken. Then the driver ordered her to give her seat to a white passenger. Rosa Parks was a shy, mild-mannered introvert. She avoided standing out in public or drawing attention to herself. However, she had the courage to resist injustice, so she answered calmly with a single word—“No.” The furious driver called the police, and she was arrested.  Parks’s calm response to the situation impressed many people. Soon after, her quiet resistance came together with the inspirational speechmaking of Martin Luther King Jr. When 5,000 people assembled at a rally to support Parks’s act of courage, King made a speech to the crowd. He was an extrovert—assertive, sociable, and good at motivating people. “There comes a time when people get tired of being trampled,” he told them. “There comes a time when people get tired of being pushed out of the sunlight.” King was an amazing speaker, and his words filled the people with pride and hope. 

He then praised Parks’s bravery and hugged her. She stood silently. Her mere presence was enough to strengthen the crowd. Rosa Parks’s act and Martin Luther King Jr.’s speech inspired Montgomery’s black community to boycott the buses, a crucial turning point in the struggle for civil rights. The boycott lasted for 381 days. It was a difficult time for everyone, but eventually the buses were integrated. 

 

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The buses were divided into two sections based on race at that time in Montgomery.

Timid and silent King liked to attract attention to himself and make a speech in public.

Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat because a few seats in the black zone were not taken.

King’s speech persuaded people to assemble at the rally in order to approve of black people being treated unfairly.

The integration of the buses led to Rasa’s quiet resistance and King’s powerful speech.

 

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