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대화를 듣고 남자가 구입할 아기 옷을 고르시오, .

[Phone rings.] W: Hello.

M: Hello, honey. I’ve just arrived at the Parks Mall.

W: Great. Did you find the baby dress shop I told you about?

M: Yes. I’m there. Hmm, did you say you want to buy a dress with a big rabbit on it?

W: No. I said I want a dress with a teddy bear.

M: OK. Would you like a dress with a hood or without a hood?

W: One with a hood would be nice. And I would like it to have short sleeves.

M: OK. I guess this is what you want. I’ll buy it. W: Thanks. See you at home.



대화를 듣고 남자의 심정으로 가장 적절한 것을 고르시오, .

W: Oh, you’re back! Why did the boss call you into his office?

M: Well, he offered me a new position as the director of the China branch. W: Congratulations! You’re getting promoted!

M: Well, I am not sure if I will accept.

W: Why are you hesitating? It’s a really great opportunity! M: I know, but I don’t want to leave my family.

W: Won’t your family go with you?

M: That would be nice, but my wife might want to raise the kids here. W: Um... It sounds like a really tough decision to make.



다음을 듣고 무엇에 관한 설명인지 고르시오, .

M: When I think of this, ghosts come into my mind. In a lot of scary movies, this surrounds the village, forest or the road before any ghost or monster shows up. In reality, you usually have this in the early morning or late at night. This forms when wet and warm air meets a relatively cold area. It covers the area like a cloud, making it difficult to see clearly. Therefore, when this happens, you need to be careful while driving.



대화를 듣고 남자가 여자를 위해 내일 할 일로 가장 적절한 것을 고르시오, .

W: Hey, Tommy. Can you do me a favor? M: It depends on what it is.

W: I need to volunteer at the nursing home tomorrow, but my sister asked me to pick her up at the airport.

M: So, what do you want me to do?

W: Well, could you go to the nursing home for me tomorrow afternoon? All you need to do is read some books to the elderly.

M: Tomorrow afternoon? I was thinking of visiting my grandparents. W: Really? Oh, I’m in trouble now. I don’t have anyone else to ask. M: Hmm... In that case, I’ll visit them later. I’ll go to the nursing home




대화를 듣고 여자가 남자에게 지불할 총 금액을 고르시오, .

M: Good afternoon, ma’am. May I help you?

W: Yes, I’d like to buy two tickets for the concert this Thursday.

M: Front row seats are all sold out. Only the middle or back seats are available now.

W: Then, I’d prefer the middle seats. How much are they? M: It’s $ 40 for one ticket.

W: $ 40 is a little too much for me.

M: There are many seats in the back. They cost $ 25 each. You can fully enjoy the concert from there, too.

W: Then, I’ll take the seats in the back.



다음을 듣고 여자가 하는 말의 목적으로 가장 적절한 것을 고르시오, .

W: Now you are on the road to better English. It’s not an easy road. But keep this in mind. The more challenging, the more rewarding. So do your best. Here are some tips to help you finish this course successfully and improve your English ability. First, be on time to the class. If you miss the first part of a lesson, it’ll be difficult to catch up. Second, try to participate actively and share your ideas in class. Also, try to use the expressions you’ve learned in your daily life. Good luck.



대화를 듣고 여자가 남자에게 부탁한 일을 고르시오, .


W: Hello, Mr. Jackson.

M: Oh, hello, Jessica. Come on in. What can I do for you?

W: I’m trying to join the science club. May I have your signature on my application form?

M: OK. That’s not a problem. W: Oh, thank you.

M: Why do you want to join the club?

W: I’d like to do more experiments and get more field experience. M: All right. That’s good enough. Here’s my signature. Do you need

anything else?

W: No, that’s all. Thank you for your help. M: My pleasure.



대화를 듣고 두 사람의 관계를 가장 잘 나타낸 것을 고르시오, .

[Phone rings.]

W: Hello. Can I speak to Mr. Robinson? M: Speaking. Who’s calling, please?

W: Oh, hi. This is Ann Smith from Meyer High School. M: Hi, Ms. Smith. What can I do for you?

W: I’m calling about your son, Peter. He was involved in a fight today. M: What? Is everybody OK?

W: Everyone is fine, but this is obviously a serious violation of school rules. This is why I’m calling you myself.

M: I see. What would you like me to do?

W: Could you drop by the principal’s office tomorrow so we can discuss the situation? I’ll be here until 3 o’clock.



대화를 듣고 두 사람이 대화하고 있는 장소로 가장 적절한 곳을 고르시오, .

M: Hurry up! We have twelve customers to serve. They’re coming in a minute.

W: I’m doing my best, but I can’t handle it by myself. M: Where on earth are Lisa and Michelle?

W: Lisa is changing tablecloths, and Michelle’s gone to the grocery store. Would you please help me?

M: OK. What do you want me to do?

W: Put some rice into each bowl, and then place some vegetables on the top.

M: Is that all?

W: No. Put some sauce on them. That’s it. M: Got it.



대화를 듣고 여자가 할 일로 가장 적절한 것을 고르시오,

M: Welcome to our dance club. What can I do for you?

W: I’m here to learn jazz dance. I registered for the class online. M: Sorry, there is no jazz dance class on Wednesdays.

W: But your website says the class is on Wednesdays.

M: We moved it to Fridays. And we posted the change on the website a week ago.

W: Then, you should have let me know about it.

M: I’m really sorry for this inconvenience. Since you’re here, why don’t you try sports dance just for today?

W: Sports dance? Will that be OK? M: Sure. Just try it. It’ll be fun. W: Thank you, I will.



다음 표를 보면서 인터뷰를 듣고 내용과 일치하지, 않는 것을 고르시오.

M: Dr. Jones. Great honor to meet you. To begin with, would you tell me when and where you were born?

W: Sure. I was born in 1941 in Bristol, England.

M: But now you are living in New York City. When did you move? W: I immigrated from Bristol to New York in 1952.

M: You are well-known as a doctor for the poor. Could you tell me about your career?

W: I graduated from Geneva Medical School in 1972 and started to work for Green Hospital in 1975.

M: But now you are running Wellbeing Hospital for the poor and disabled, aren’t you?

W: Yes. I’ve been working there since I opened the hospital in 1991. M: Your contribution to society is huge. Thank you for sharing your life

history. W: Thank you.



The ‘O’ Show에 관한 다음 내용을 듣고 일치하지, 않는 것을 고르시오.

M: The ‘O’ Show is a famous water show in Las Vegas. In this show, world-class swimmers, divers and characters perform in, on, and above water to create a breathtaking experience. It is held at a fantastic theater similar to a European opera house. The ‘O’ Show performs twice a day at 7:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m., Wednesday through Sunday. There is no performance on Monday and Tuesday. All tickets must be purchased one hour before the show begins. Thank you.



다음 그림의 상황에 가장 적절한 대화를 고르시오.

M: Hi. I’d like to get a refund for this. ①

W: OK. Can I see the receipt, please? M: I want to send this package to Canada. ②

W: OK. Please put it on the scale.

M: Excuse me. Your guest, Mark Brown, asked me to leave this package here. ③

W: Yes. I was told to accept it for him.

M: I’m locked out. Can I get an extra room key? ④

W: Yes. What’s your room number?

M: Would you like to have this box gift-wrapped? ⑤



대화를 듣고 남자의 마지막 말에 대한 여자의 응답으로 가장 적절한 것을, 고르시오.

M: What are you doing during the holidays?

W: I’ll visit my parents because I haven’t seen them for three months. M: Oh, that’s great. So, how will you get there?

W: I’m driving.

M: Why don’t you use public transportation? You’ll be exhausted if you drive.

W: Oh, don’t worry about that. I’m good at long distance driving.

M: But the weather forecast says it’ll snow during the holidays. The roads will be very slippery.

W: Um... Then, buses won’t be safe, either.

M: You’re right. Driving in bad weather is dangerous for all drivers. Woman:



대화를 듣고 여자의 마지막 말에 대한 남자의 응답으로 가장 적절한 것을, 고르시오.

W: Jenny and I are going to see a movie this weekend. Want to join us? M: No, thanks. I’ll pass this time.

W: Do you have other plans? M: No, just staying at home.

W: Come on. Watching a movie will be more fun, won’t it?

M: Yeah... but, actually, I got a D on the last math exam. So, I’m studying math a lot these days.

W: Really? Wow, you seem very determined.

M: Thanks, but it is still very hard to resist all those temptations. W: Don’t give up, buddy. Hard work will lead you to a better grade. Man:



대화를 듣고 남자의 마지막 말에 대한 여자의 응답으로 가장 적절한 것을, 고르시오.

W: David, we’d better do some house cleaning. M: Yes, Mom. Shall we start with this room? W: OK. Oh, here are a bunch of old books.

M: They were my favorite books. I forgot all about them. W: Do you mind if I throw them away?

M: Wait, Mom. They are still in good condition.

W: But what are you going to do with them? You don’t read them anymore. M: How about donating the books to the city library, Mom?

W: That’s a good idea.

M: Yeah, the library is doing a campaign to collect used books. Woman:



다음 상황 설명을 듣고, Ms.Grant가 Brian에게 할 말로 가장 적절한 것을 고르시오.

W: Brian is an excellent sports player and an honor student at school. But all this makes him too proud of himself and he treats people rudely. When he speaks, he often hurts others’ feelings. But he doesn’t care. Rather, he thinks that people around him don’t treat him well. He often says that they avoid and ignore him. Ms. Grant, his teacher, wants him to get along with his friends. In this situation, what would Ms. Grant most likely say to Brian?




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