[2019기출] 의정부광동고 영어내신 동아(이병민) 2과

[2019기출] 의정부광동고 영어내신 동아(이병민) 2과

 

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다음 글의 밑줄 부분 , 문맥상 낱말의 쓰임이 적절하지 않은 것은? [2]

Long ago, some crowds were responsive to theatrical performances. When they did not like the performance, the threw things at the performer, sometimes even eggs! Needless to say, having egg on the face was very embarrassing. Not only did the appearance look funny, but it also meant that the performer had given a great performance. Today, we no longer throw eggs at people on stage, but we still use the expression egg on one’s face to mean an embarrassing situation.

 

                   

 

 

다음 주어진 다음에 이어질 글의 순서로 가장 적절한 것은? [2]

Although bread has fed mankind for over 30,000 years, it was not mass-produced until the Industrial Revolution.
(A)Several bread companies used his machine and advertised sliced bread as “the greatest forward' step in the baking industry since bread was wrapped.”(B)Even after the Industrial Revolution br ought the convenience of factory-produced bread to the dining table, people still had to cut it by hand.(C)From there, the expression the greatest thing since sliced bread was coined to refer to a wonderful invention.(D)Otto Frederick Rohwedder from Iowa invented the first bread slicing machine and put it into service in 1928.

(A)-(D)-(C)-(B) 

(B)-(A)-(D)-(C)

(B)-(D)-(A)-(C)

(C)-(D)-(B)-(A)

(D)-(B)-(A)-(C)

 

다음 글을 읽고 물음에 답하시오. [2]

 There was a couple lived in England in, 1100s. The couple loved each other so much that a priest awarded them some bacon. From then on any couple who did not argue with each other for a year and a day was also awarded bacon. Since bacon was very expensive at that t time, the expression to bring home the bacon took on the meaning of making money for the family.

 

글의 밑줄 ~ 어법상 어색한 것은?

                   

 

글의 내용을 문장으로 요약하려고 한다. 부분에 들어갈 알맞은 표현을 쓰시오.

The expression who brings home the bacon means the person who (A)___________ the family (B)_____________.

 

(A): _________________ 

(B): _________________

 

 

다음 빈칸 (A) (B) 각각 들어갈 말로 가장 적절한 것은? [2]

 The expression the, big cheese most, likely came from the U.S. in the early 20th century. (A)________, it was common practice to display a big wheel of cheese at a large public event for some time. It would then be ceremonially cut up at a later date by a very important person. (B)___________, in 1911, U.S. President William Howard Taft cut up a big cheese wheel at an event in Chicago, Gradually, the expression the big cheese took on the meaning of a person of great power or importance.

     (A)                (B) 

So far   In other words

Until now   For instance

Back then    For example

For the first time Simply

For the time being Instead

 

다음 글의 밑줄 부분이 의미하는 바가 다른 것은? [2]

 Long long ago there lived a king who feared being poisoned by his enemies. So, he created a recipe for a remedy against poison. His recipe contained seventy-two ingredients, including leaves of trees and nuts. In the last line of his recipe he wrote with a grain of salt. This line became very famous since the grain of was the deciding ingredient in protecting against being poisoned. Later, the expression take something with a grain of salt came to have the meaning that a little bit of doubt can help protect against being poisoned by inaccurate or misleading information.

                   

 

 

다음 대화의 밑줄 부분에 들어갈 말을 순서에 맞게 배열한 것으로 가장 적절한 것은? [2]

A: What do you think about the driver less car?
B: _____________________________.
A: What does her father do here? 
B: You didn’t know? ___________________.
A: I believe everything she says.
B: _________________________

(a) He is the big cheese in this company.

(b) To be honest, she had egg on her face.

(c) It is the greatest thing since sliced bread.

(d) You should take what she says with a grain of salt.

 

(a)-(b)-(d) (c)-(a)-(d)

(b)-(a)-(c) (b)-(a)-(d)

(c)-(b)-(d)

 

다음 글을 읽고 물음에 답하시오. [2]

M: Welcome to our show. Today’s guest is a teenage chef. Hi, Eliana.
G: Hello. Thank you for haying the show.
M: So, how are things going these days?
G: Couldn’t be better. My second book Cooking, Made Easy, just hit the bookstores 
M: I heard you talk about the reason you became a chef in your book. Can you tell us about it?
G: Sure. When I was seven, I fell down and hurt my knee. I wouldn’t stop crying, so my mother said everything was going to be okay and gave me a piece of apple pie.
M: Interesting. How did you like the apple pie?
G: It was the best piece of pie ever. At that moment I realized the power of food.
M: I see. So that’s why you became a chef.
G: Right. I want to make people feel better through my cooking.
M: Wonderful. Before we continue, let’s go to a commercial break.

글에서 드러난 Eliana 심경으로 가장 적절한 것은?

curious

shocked

regretful

satisfied

indifferent

 

글에서 Eliana 요리사가 이유를 완성하시오.

 I fell down and hurt my knee I cried my eyes out. My mother (a)________ me with (b)___________.         It tasted awesome! I realized (c)___________ at that moment

 

(a): ________________________________________

(b): _________________________________________

(c): _________________________________________

 

다음 글의 밑줄 부분 each of these ingredients 의미하는 것이 아닌 것은? [2]

 Can you think of any English expressions about food? It's a piece of cake! Food expressions are all around us. We Gan even find them on the breakfast table. Take a look, for example, at the popular Western breakfast dish, Eggs Benedict. It is made with eggs, bread, Canadian bacon, salt, and sometimes cheese. Did you know that each of these ingredients has its own English expression with a story behind it? Let's find out more!

Eggs Benedict 

eggs

bread      

Canadian bacon    

salt

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