[2019기출] 능곡고 영어내신 능률(김성곤) 2과

[2019기출] 능곡고 영어내신 능률(김성곤) 2과

 

밑줄 친 부분이 가리키는 대상이 나머지 넷과 다른 것은? [능곡고 2과]

 A man named Kyle Parsons and his partners have been creatively reusing old motorcycle tires from Bali, Indonesia. A shocking number of ① tires get thrown away there every year. Also, ② they are a serious environmental problem. It is because ③ they cannot decompose or be recycled. To solve this problem, Parsons and his team are turning ④ them into sandal bottoms. ⑤ They then use canvas and natural materials to make the other sandal parts. What a great reuse of resources!

정답:

 

주어진 글 다음에 이어질 글의 순서로 가장 적절한 것은? [능곡고 2과]

 Every day during lunch, Jamie enjoys a soft drink and has a decision to make: What should he do with the empty can? Many people would answer, “Recycle it!” Obviously, recycling is good for many reasons.

 

(A) However, recycling is not a perfect way to manage waste. It still requires large amounts of energy to purify used resources and convert them into new products. So, what about trying to creatively reuse, or “upcycle,” them instead?

(B) We can reduce the amount of trash thrown away, use less energy than we would to make new products, and conserve natural resources by recycling.

(C) This new approach is becoming more popular since it is even more environmentally friendly than recycling. What's more, it can also be fun! Here are some inspiring examples of how people have creatively upcycled old, used things.

 

① (A)─(C)─(B)

② (B)─(A)─(C)

③ (B)─(C)─(A)

④ (C)─(A)─(B)

⑤ (C)─(B)─(A)

정답:

 

(A), (B), (C)의 각 괄호 안에서 문맥에 맞는 낱말로 가장 적절한 것은? [능곡고 2과]

 As you can see, (A) [creative / ordinary] thinking has the power to make many positive changes to the environment. By giving old products more value, we can (B) [lengthen / lessen] the amount of waste in a way that is even more eco-friendly than recycling. So what would you say to Jamie now as he decides what to do with his cans? Perhaps he could upcycle them to make lanterns, toys, or sculptures for his friends and family. The options are endless, and all he needs is a little creativity to think of them. In the same way, stop and think before you throw something out. Who knows? Maybe you can turn that trash into (C) [tragedy / treasure].

 

① creative / lengthen / tragedy

② creative / lessen / treasure

③ creative / lengthen / treasure

④ ordinary / lessen / treasure

⑤ ordinary / lengthen / tragedy

정답:

 

글의 흐름으로 보아, 주어진 문장이 들어가기에 가장 적절한 곳은? [능곡고 2과]

From farther away, however, they appear to blend together into marvelous landscapes or other paintings.

 

 When artists add their own creative touches, things that most people consider junk are reborn as beautiful works of art. The giant pictures made from trash by environmental artist Tom Deininger are one of a kind. (①) Up close, these brightly colored creations look like a mixed-up mess of broken plastic, unwanted toys, and bent wire — all things that cannot be recycled. (②) There is also an artist who shows that even disposable cups can be reused as artistic material. (③) For years, Gwyneth Leech has turned used coffee cups into brilliant art exhibits. (④) After a cup is used by someone, she paints a unique design on it and hangs it with many other painted cups in front of a window or pretty background. (⑤) These works from Leech and Deininger are not only pleasing to the eye, but they also naturally provoke an interest in environmental conservation in people.

정답:

 

[서술형] 밑줄 친 (A)의 의미가 되도록 <보기>의 단어를 모두 사용하여 빈칸을 완성하시오. (필요한 경우, 단어를 변형할 것) [능곡고 2과]

 Through upcycling, (A) 겉보기에는 쓸모없는 물건도 일상생활에 유용한 다른 것으로 탈바꿈될 수 있다. What do you think can be done with old truck tarps, car seat belts, and bicycle inner tubes? Individually, these things look like trash, but with a little imagination the Freitag brothers, Markus and Daniel, repurpose them for something totally new: very strong bags. These bags are perfect for bicyclists going to work every day in all kinds of weather.

 

<보기> into / something / useful / be / transform / different / that

 

→ a seemingly useless object can be _________________________________ for everyday life.

 

정답:  transformed into something different that is useful

 

[서술형] ①~⑥ 중에서 어법상 틀린두 개를 찾아 바르게 고치시오. [능곡고 2과]

 Along with small everyday items, ① even bigger things can also be upcycled — even old buildings that cannot be used for their original purpose anymore. The German government showed us an excellent example of this with a former steel plant ② who closed in 1985. Rather than destroy the plant's buildings or abandon the entire facility, they decided to give it new meaning ③ as a series of useful public structures. Many of the buildings kept their original shapes, but received extra equipment and new designs in their surrounding areas. For instance, old gas tanks became pools for divers. Concrete walls of iron storage towers were ④ turned into ideal training fields for rock climbers. Can you believe a building for melting metal is now a viewing platform with a gorgeous 360-degree view? The final result is the Landscape Park Duisburg Nord. It has almost 570 acres of land ⑤ filling with gardens, cycling paths, and pretty lights at night, in addition to its creatively repurposed buildings. This park proves ⑥ that it’s possible to preserve the heritage of a place as well as the environment.

 

정답

② who → which(that) / ⑤ filling → filled

 

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