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다음 글의 밑줄 친 부분 중, 어법상 틀린 것은? [동안고 1과]
You need to understand that stress is not a disease. It is a normal reaction ① that almost everyone experiences. In fact, stress is a natural alarm system in your brain and body, dating back to the primitive days. This involuntary response ② developing in our ancestors as a way to protect them from predators and other threats. Imagine you meet a tiger in the jungle. You have to fight it or run fast to save your life, so your body turns on its emergency system, ③ releasing into the blood the hormones that speed up your heart rate, increase your blood pressure, boost your energy, and prepare you ④ to handle the problem. Experts call this the “fight-or-flight response,” and the human race could not ⑤ have survived in its early, tough natural environment without it.
글의 흐름으로 보아, 주어진 문장이 들어가기에 가장 적절한 곳은? [동안고 1과]
Now, however, many of your worries are not as instantly resolved as they were when you used to bump into tigers.
The problem is, times have changed, but the stress reaction remains the same. (①) Stress hormones burn away when you get rid of the stress source. Back in the old days, it was a matter of either death or survival, and then the crisis came to an end. (②) You might have an exam tomorrow and an assignment due the day after tomorrow. The danger signs are almost always on, and the stress hormones stay in your body and build up. (③) Blood rushes to your face. Your stomach stops working and feels upset or as if it is tied up in knots. You feel restless in your legs and have difficulty going to sleep. (④) None of this helps you with doing your homework, and when it keeps happening, it can harm your health. (⑤)
주어진 다음 글 다음에 이어질 글의 순서로 가장 적절한 것은? [동안고 1과]
We all know that the best response is to fight and solve the problem, but it's not always easy to do so. In that case, the hormones might make you want to run away, but running away from your problems is one of the worst ways to deal with stress.
(A) A better way to deal with stress is physical exercise, for what the stress hormones really tell you to do is to literally move your body and run. Exercise burns away extra stress hormones and replaces them with others that make you happy.
(B) Finally, strike a balance between work and play. School is important, but it is not everything. When you plan your week, schedule time to get schoolwork done, but also schedule time to have fun.
(C) For example, skipping school may feel good at the time, but it will drag you into even deeper trouble afterward.
다음 글의 밑줄 친 부분 중, 문맥상 낱말의 쓰임이 적절하지 않은 것은? [동안고 1과]
I believe there is something ① special about teenage stress, compared with that of adults because growing up is not easy. Teenage experiences vary, and everyone experiences ② different emotions and anxieties. The one thing that unites you all, however, is that you are changing, from being a youth to becoming an independent adult. During this time of ③ stability you live with a lot of uncertainties and imbalances, which create huge ④ concerns. It is important to know that it is natural for you to feel stressed, and that it is okay. Just keep in mind that whatever stresses you out now will eventually ⑤ pass.
[서술형] 다음 글에서 밑줄 친 (A), (B), (C)에 들어갈 말을 각각 한 단어로 쓰시오. [동안고 1과]
[More Tips to Keep Stress under Control]
1. Avoid overscheduling. Be realistic and do not try to be perfect.
2. Learn to (A)___________. When you feel extreme stress, get quiet and take a few deep breaths. This brings oxygen to your brain and helps you (A)__________.
3. Deal with your (B)__________ well. Watch what you eat. Under stressful conditions, the (B)__________ needs vitamins and minerals more than ever. A good night's sleep will relieve stress as well.
4. Get (C)__________. Stress can be overwhelming. Do not hesitate to ask for (C)__________ from a trustworthy adult or a school counselor.
(A) relax / (B) body / (C) help
[서술형] 다음 글에서 밑줄 친 (A), (B)가 가리키는 것을 본문에서 찾아 영어로 쓰시오. [동안고 1과]
We have good news and bad news for you. The good news is that you don't sound like you are ill. The bad news is that it is highly likely that you are stressed out. Although the word “stress” brings up images of tired adults, many teens also suffer from a high level of stress, often without even knowing that they (A) do.
At least, now you know that you are under stress. It is a big step forward because only you, no one else, can control your stress level, but to wisely manage your stress, you need to have a good understanding of the issue. To help you with that, Teens Today had an informative talk on stress and its management with a doctor specializing in mental health. As the saying goes, “Know your (B) enemy, and you will fight better!”
(A) suffer from a high level of stress / (B) stress
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