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2011학년도 아주대학교 편입학 수강능력시험 ※ (Questions 1-5) Choose the one word or phrase that best completes the Presenting yourself well in a job interview is as important as _______ about the The longer the treatment for snakebite is delayed, _______.
In this book, Mary Evans explores _______ social theory has engaged with and illuminated the question of relations between genders and the social world.
Less measurable _______ profound is a snapping of confidence across our land; a nagging fear that America's decline is inevitable, that the next generation must 아주 A형 -1 Kimyoung 김영한국대학편입사본내용은 복원된 내용이므로 실제 시험과 일부 다른 내용이 있을 수 있습니다. _______ the lack of material on Japanese culture written by non-Japanese citizens, this collection of essential monograph is certainly welcome.
※ (Questions 6-10) Choose the underlined word or phrase that must be changed Why a person has ①none relationship is ②something that cannot ③be adequately ④determined by ⑤a survey.
①The question of ②whether computers can have ③minds is ④rapid becoming After it was introduced ①in the Middle East around 3,500 B.C., ②plow freed ③ some people from ④the necessity of growing their ⑤food.
By the end of the 1800s, the ①output of ②European artists, writers and scientists ③have accelerated to the point where ④it dwarfed the ⑤productiveness 10. Emerson ①himself, however, writing at the dawn of ②the industrial ③age, observing ④with interest the proliferation of railways, ware houses, canals, factories, ⑤wishing to make room for the possibility of alternative forms of beauty.
The climate of Britain is more or less the same as that of the northwestern part of the European mainland. The popular belief that it rains all the time in Britain is simply not true. The image of a wet, foggy land was created two thousand years ago by the invading Romans and has been Ⓐperpetuated in modern times by Hollywood.  In fact, London gets no more rain in a year than most other major European cities, and less than some.
 The amount of rain that falls on a town in Britain depends on where it is. Generally speaking, the further west you go, the more rain you get. The mild winters mean that snow is a regular feature of the higher areas only. Occasionally, a whole winter goes by in lower-lying parts without any snow at all.  The 아주 A형 -2 Kimyoung 김영한국대학편입사본내용은 복원된 내용이므로 실제 시험과 일부 다른 내용이 있을 수 있습니다. winters are in general a bit colder in the east of the country than they are in the west, while in summer, the south is slightly warmer and sunnier than the north.
 Why has Britain’s climate got such a bad reputation? Perhaps it is for the same reason that British people always seem to be talking about the weather. This is the changeability.  It may not rain very much altogether, but you can never be sure of a dry day; there can be cool (even cold) days in July and some quite warm The lack of extremes is the reason why, on the few occasions when it gets genuinely hot or freezing cold, the country seems to be totally ( Ⓑ ) for it. A bit of snow and a few days of frost and the trains stop working and the roads are blocked; if the thermometer goes above 80°F(27°C), people behave as if they were in the Sahara and the temperature makes front page headlines. These things happen so rarely that it is not worth organizing life to be ready for them.
11. The word Ⓐperpetuated is closest in meaning to _______.
12. Choose the words that can best fill in the blank Ⓑ.
13. The following sentence could be added to the passage.
* There is a saying that Britain doesn’t have a climate, it only has weather.
아주 A형 -3 Kimyoung 김영한국대학편입사본내용은 복원된 내용이므로 실제 시험과 일부 다른 내용이 있을 수 있습니다. 14. Which of the following can be inferred from the passage? ① The winters in Britain are in general a little colder in the east than they are ② The British have a tendency to be a little overly sensitive to the ③ Hollywood impressively depicts the story of invading Romans in the films ④ The extreme cold and heavy precipitation are the main characteristics of the ⑤ It cannot be denied that London is the mosts rainy city in Europe.
Besides its phony name, funny shape and unappetizing color, what's not to like about Viagra, the new pill that conquers impotence? Could there be a product more tailored to the easy-solution-loving, sexually insecure American psyche than this one? The drug, manufactured by Pfizer, went on sale three weeks ago, finally giving talkshow hosts something other than Bill Clinton and Pamela Lee to ( Ⓐ ) smarmy jokes about.
Spurred, perhaps, by just that sort of publicity, would-be patients have been Ⓑbesieging urologists' offices and sex clinics ― men both genuinely dysfunctional and merely dissatisfied, skulking around in hopes of achieving "better" erections through chemistry. Already, a kind of Viagra connoisseurship is beginning to take hold. "The hundreds are absolutely incredible," says a very satisfied user, referring to the drug's 100-mg maximum-strength dosage, "and the effect lasts through the following morning." What else can one say but Vrooom! Cheap gas, strong economy, erection pills ― what a country! "We've always been waiting for the magic bullet," says Dr. Fernando Borges of the Florida Impotency Center in St. Petersburg, where he has been working with sexually dysfunctional patients for 21 years. "This," he says, "is pretty close to the magic bullet." The very day Viagra became available, Dr. John Stripling, an Atlanta urologist, churned out 300 prescriptions with the help of a rubber stamp he had had the foresight to purchase. At the Urology Health Center in New Port Richey, Fla., which participated in the drug's clinical trials, the waiting time to see a doctor for a Viagra consultation is a month. Not that this has stopped motivated patients. "We've been inundated with emergencies," says Dr. Ramon Perez. "Pain in the kidney. Blood in the urine. But when they get in here, they just want to ask us about Viagra. It's amazing. These people have been impotent for three years, and they cannot wait another few days." 아주 A형 -4 Kimyoung 김영한국대학편입사본내용은 복원된 내용이므로 실제 시험과 일부 다른 내용이 있을 수 있습니다. 15. Which of the following would be the best title for the above passage? 16. According to the passage, which of the following implies a huge demand for Viagra? 17. Choose the word that can best fill in the blank Ⓐ.
18. The word Ⓑbesieging is closest in meaning to ________.
19. According to the passage, it can be inferred that ① As much as its phenomenal effect, the appearance and fragrance of Viagra was ② Viagra made a remarkable contribution to the strong economy of the US as soon ③ Emergency departments have been coping with an increased volume of patients who suffered from fatal side effects of Viagra, such as pain in the kidney or blood ④ One of the primary reasons that caused the sexually insecure American psyche is the inveterate antagonism between urologists and pharmaceutical medicine manufacturers that produce impotence drugs.
⑤ Although there were a lot of Americans who have suffered from impotence problems, they were inclined to hesitate to reveal their wish to find a cure for 아주 A형 -5 Kimyoung 김영한국대학편입사본내용은 복원된 내용이므로 실제 시험과 일부 다른 내용이 있을 수 있습니다. At the same time that men were developing their version of seduction, others began to adapt the art for social purposes. As Europe's feudal system of government faded into the past, courtiers needed to get their way in court without the use of force. They learned the power to be gained by seducing their superiors and competitors through psychological games, soft words, a little coquetry.  As culture became democratized, actors, dandies, and artists came to use the tactics of seduction as a way to charm and win over their audience and social milieu. In the nineteenth century another great change occurred: Ⓐpoliticians like Napoleon consciously saw themselves as seducers, on a grand scale. These men depended on the art of seductive oratory, but they also mastered what had once been feminine strategies: staging vast spectacles, using theatrical devices, creating a charged physical presence. All this, they learned, was the essence of charisma-and remains so today. By seducing the masses they could accumulate immense power without Today we have reached the ultimate point in the evolution of seduction.  Now more than ever, force or brutality of any kind is discouraged. All areas of social life require the ability to persuade people in a way that does not offend or impose itself.  Forms of seduction can be found everywhere, blending male and female strategies. Advertisements Ⓑinsinuate, the soft sell dominates. If we are to change people's opinions-and affecting opinion is basic to seduction-we must act in subtle, subliminal ways. Today no political campaign can work without seduction. Since the era of John F. Kennedy, political figures are required to have a degree of charisma, a fascinating presence, or they will lose their audience's attention, which is half the battle. The film world and media create a galaxy of seductive stars and images. We are ( Ⓒ ) in the seductive.  But even if much has changed in degree and scope, the essence of seduction is constant: never be forceful or direct; instead, use pleasure as bait, playing on people's emotions, stirring desire and confusion, 20. Which of the following would be the best title for the above passage? ① The Changeability of the Essence of Seduction ② The Female Strategy in the Art of Seduction ④ The Charisma of the Seductive Oratory ⑤ The Intimate Relationship between the Ability to Persuade People and the Art 아주 A형 -6 Kimyoung 김영한국대학편입사본내용은 복원된 내용이므로 실제 시험과 일부 다른 내용이 있을 수 있습니다. 21. Which of the following is not a feature of Ⓐpoliticians like Napoleon in paragraph ① accumulating immense power without the use of force ④ fashioning themselves as a violent dominator 22. The word Ⓑinsinuate is closest in meaning to _______.
23. Choose the word that can best fill in the blank Ⓒ.
24. The following sentence could be added to the passage. * In seduction as it is practiced today, the methods of Cleopatra, a seductive queen of 아주 A형 -7 Kimyoung 김영한국대학편입사본내용은 복원된 내용이므로 실제 시험과 일부 다른 내용이 있을 수 있습니다. 25. According to the passage, which of the following does the author imply? ① Attractive modern seducers show a masterful execution of female strategies through discarding the male strategy in the practice of seduction.
② It is the diversity of geographical and historical surroundings that has greatly influenced the way in which the essence of seduction has changed. ③ In order to make a better seductive political campaign in modern times, politicians need to directly expose their will to accumulate immense power without the use ④ Using force of showing brutality is one of the representative anti-seductive qualities that you need to root out to be a great seducer in our times. ⑤ The discourse of seduction has proliferated remarkably since the age of European The attention of others matter to us because we are afflicted by a congenital uncertainty as to our own value, as a result of which affliction we tend to allow others' appraisals to play a determining role in how we see ourselves.  Our sense of identity is held captive by the judgements of those we live among.  If they are amused by our jokes, we grow confident in our power to amuse. If they praise us, we develop an impression of high merit. And if they avoid our gaze when we enter a room or look impatient after we have revealed our occupation, we may fall into feelings of self-doubt and In an ideal world, we would be more impermeable.  If someone praised us insincerely, we would not be unduly seduced. And if we had carried out a fair assessment of our strengths and decided upon our value, another's suggestion that we were Ⓐinconsequential would not wound us. We would know our worth. Instead, we each appear to hold within ourselves a range of divergent views as to our native qualities. We discern evidence of both cleverness and stupidity, humor and dullness, importance and superfluity. And amid such uncertainty, we typically turn to the wider world to settle the question of our significance.  Neglect highlights our latent negative self-assessments, while a smile or compliment as rapidly brings out Ⓑthe converse. We seem beholden to the affections Our "ego" or self-conception could be pictured as a leaking ( Ⓒ ), forever requiring the helium of external love to remain inflated, and ever vulnerable to the smallest pinpricks 아주 A형 -8 Kimyoung 김영한국대학편입사본내용은 복원된 내용이므로 실제 시험과 일부 다른 내용이 있을 수 있습니다. 26. The word Ⓐinconsequential is closest in meaning to _______.
27. The following sentence could be added to the passage.
* We would be unshaken whether we were ignored or noticed, admired or ridiculed.
28. In paragraph 2, what does Ⓑthe conserve refer to? ① our impudent positive self-assessment ② our explicit negative self-assessment 29. Choose the word that can best fill in the blank Ⓒ.
30. According to the passage, which of the following does the author imply? ① Our ego is so substantial that we can sufficiently tolerate other's harsh ② We need to learn how to be absolutely free from other's assessment by strengthening our self-centered perspective of the world.
③ Paise is so powerful that it can easily make people feel more positive and ④ Our self-worth could be more strongly affirmed when we get a positive response from others after we revealed our job to them.
⑤ In an ideal world, we would be impermeable because there is no affliction or suffering caused by other's congenital affliction.
아주 A형 -9 Kimyoung 김영한국대학편입사본내용은 복원된 내용이므로 실제 시험과 일부 다른 내용이 있을 수 있습니다.

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