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1 3 2 AP/Reuters

* 총 30문항, 각 문제당 3.3점씩 배점

▶Word Check

☞ Write the meanings of the words.

▶Phrase Check

☞ Choose the correct word or phrase for each blank.

thought to, have relied, may, as well, needed, the number


1 3 2 AP/Reuters

▶Reading Comprehension

Britain’s Oldest Working Fridge

Six decades on, but the fridge is still working as well as ever. The English Electric

appliance which George and Ivy Ashley bought in 1947 is now thought to be the

oldest continuously-working fridge in the country.

Over the years, three generations of Ashleys have relied on the fridge. Food fashions

may have changed, but its temperature-controlled chamber has proved a constant in

their lives. The fridge’s current owner, Don Ashley, 68, the son of George and Ivy,

said: “The fridge is now in an outbuilding at the home because it had a noisy motor

but otherwise, I’ve no complaints.” ”My father bought it in 1947 and it’s been going

every day. It’s never once stopped or needed repairing apart from the odd bulb going.

The number of hours it has been going for must be incredible,” said Ashley.

☞ Choose the best answer based on the article.


1 3 2 AP/Reuters

☞ Write True(T) or False(F).

▶ Composition

☞ Translate the following sentences into Korean.

29. Scientists believe that water may have eroded crater walls on the planet.

.

30. Public thinks high schools need improving.

.


1 3 2 AP/Reuters

* 총 30문항, 각 문제당 3.3점씩 배점

▶Word Check

☞ Write the meanings of the words.

▶Phrase Check

☞ Choose the correct word or phrase for each blank.

thought to, have relied, may, as well, needed, the number


1 3 2 AP/Reuters

▶Reading Comprehension

Britain’s Oldest Working Fridge

Six decades on, but the fridge is still working as well as ever. The English Electric

appliance which George and Ivy Ashley bought in 1947 is now thought to be the

oldest continuously-working fridge in the country.

Over the years, three generations of Ashleys have relied on the fridge. Food fashions

may have changed, but its temperature-controlled chamber has proved a constant in

their lives. The fridge’s current owner, Don Ashley, 68, the son of George and Ivy,

said: “The fridge is now in an outbuilding at the home because it had a noisy motor

but otherwise, I’ve no complaints.” ”My father bought it in 1947 and it’s been going

every day. It’s never once stopped or needed repairing apart from the odd bulb going.

The number of hours it has been going for must be incredible,” said Ashley.

☞ Choose the best answer based on the article.


1 3 2 AP/Reuters

☞ Write True(T) or False(F).

▶ Composition

☞ Translate the following sentences into Korean.

29. Scientists believe that water may have eroded crater walls on the planet.

과학자들은 그 행성에 있는 분화구 벽을 물이 침식시켰을지도 모른다고 믿는다.

30. Public thinks high schools need improving.

대중은 고등 학교가 개선될 필요가 있다고 생각한다.


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