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3 2 8 Places In The News . * 총 33 문항 , 각 문제당 3 점씩 배점. ▶ Word Check. ☞ Write the meanings of the words. ▶ Phrase Check. ☞ Choose the correct word or phrase for each blank. no such, securing, self-rule, relinquished, eliminate.

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3 2 8 Places In The News

* 총 33문항, 각 문제당 3점씩 배점

▶Word Check

☞ Write the meanings of the words.

▶Phrase Check

☞ Choose the correct word or phrase for each blank.

no such, securing, self-rule, relinquished, eliminate

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3 2 8 Places In The News

▶Reading Comprehension

Greenland Independence & ice melting

Independence has usually accompanied conflicts between countries. However, a sound

way to escape history’s nightmare could be glimpsed in Greenland’s peaceable accession

to independence from Denmark, an event celebrated on June 21 on the world’s largest

island in a ceremony attended by the Danish queen. Greenlanders, 90 percent of whom

are indigenous Inuits, voted overwhelmingly in a referendum in November 2009 to

exercise self-rule and eventually to be independent. Denmark, which had ruled that Arctic

land since 1721, accepted the will of the people amiably.

Ironically, the effects of global warming aided this rare version of decolonization. Some

80 percent of Greenland’s 2,180,000 square kilometers is covered with the mighty icecap.

With the icecap over Greenland melting progressively, it has become possible to begin

mining long-inaccessible gold, diamonds, coal, and zinc. Seismological analyses calculate

oil reserves of more than 110 billion tons. The revenue from these newly available

resources will enable its 58,000 residents to reduce, and eventually eliminate their

reliance on a subsidy from Denmark of $550 million a year.

Other post-colonial conflict zones have had no such windfalls. But many of them could

nevertheless learn something from the pacific way that Greenlanders pursued self-

determination and the reasonable way that Denmark relinquished its hold over another

people. The Greenlandic government now gets to call itself by its Inuit name,

Naalakkersuisutthe first time in history that the word has been used in a Danish

government document. With only two traffic lights in Nuuk, the capital of Greenland, is

now securing its place in the world.

☞ Choose the best answer based on the article.

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3 2 8 Places In The News

☞ Write True(T) or False(F).

▶ Composition

☞ Write the sentences in English following the guideline.

33. 나는 나의 팀이 챔피언 리그에서 자리를 확보하는 것을 돕고 싶다.

( team, place, its, the Champions League )

I hope to help .

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3 2 8 Places In The News

* 총 33문항, 각 문제당 3점씩 배점

▶Word Check

☞ Write the meanings of the words.

▶Phrase Check

☞ Choose the correct word or phrase for each blank.

no such, securing, self-rule, relinquished, eliminate

slide5

3 2 8 Places In The News

▶Reading Comprehension

Greenland Independence & ice melting

Independence has usually accompanied conflicts between countries. However, a sound

way to escape history’s nightmare could be glimpsed in Greenland’s peaceable accession

to independence from Denmark, an event celebrated on June 21 on the world’s largest

island in a ceremony attended by the Danish queen. Greenlanders, 90 percent of whom

are indigenous Inuits, voted overwhelmingly in a referendum in November 2009 to

exercise self-rule and eventually to be independent. Denmark, which had ruled that Arctic

land since 1721, accepted the will of the people amiably.

Ironically, the effects of global warming aided this rare version of decolonization. Some

80 percent of Greenland’s 2,180,000 square kilometers is covered with the mighty icecap.

With the icecap over Greenland melting progressively, it has become possible to begin

mining long-inaccessible gold, diamonds, coal, and zinc. Seismological analyses calculate

oil reserves of more than 110 billion tons. The revenue from these newly available

resources will enable its 58,000 residents to reduce, and eventually eliminate their

reliance on a subsidy from Denmark of $550 million a year.

Other post-colonial conflict zones have had no such windfalls. But many of them could

nevertheless learn something from the pacific way that Greenlanders pursued self-

determination and the reasonable way that Denmark relinquished its hold over another

people. The Greenlandic government now gets to call itself by its Inuit name,

Naalakkersuisutthe first time in history that the word has been used in a Danish

government document. With only two traffic lights in Nuuk, the capital of Greenland, is

now securing its place in the world.

☞ Choose the best answer based on the article.

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3 2 8 Places In The News

☞ Write True(T) or False(F).

▶ Composition

☞ Write the sentences in English following the guideline.

33. 나는 나의 팀이 챔피언 리그에서 자리를 확보하는 것을 돕고 싶다.

( team, place, its, the Champions League )

I hope to help my team secure its place in the Champions League.