2010년 4월 24일에 시행한 경상북도 교육행정직 9급 공무원 시험 영어 기출문제입니다.

1. 다음 두 문장의 빈칸에 공통으로 들어갈 어휘로 알맞은 것은?
◦ Christmas is just _____ the corner.
◦ Many convenience stores are open ____ the clock.
① apart
② about
③ above
④ aside
⑤ around

2. 다음 글의 밑줄 친 단어와 의미가 같은 것은?
Two years ago I met someone who became larger than life to me. I was happier than I ever dreamed, but it wasn't to be. He was killed six months later in a car accident. His best friend, Tom was driving.
I went to visit Tom in the hospital and from then on we became inseparable. At first, it was to soothe each other's pain of losing someone we both loved, but it grew into something more.
① sum up
② show off
③ wear out
④ calm down
⑤ reflect on

3. 밑줄 친 부분을 괄호 안의 말로 바꿔 쓸 수 없는 것은?
① UK stands for the United Kingdom.
② She was reluctant to go to college.
(=unwilling to)
③ I'm fed up with your complaints.
(=sick and tired of)
④ Children can get travel for nothing.
(=free of charge)
⑤ The government did away with slavery in the 19th century. (=launched)

4. 다음 글의 (A), (B), (C)의 각 [ ]에서 글의 흐름에 가장 알맞은 것은?
The merchant laughed. "Even if you cleaned my crystal for an entire year...even if you earned a good (A) [compassion / commission] selling every piece, you would still have to borrow money to get to Egypt.
There are thousands of kilometers of desert between here and there."
There was a moment of silence so (B) [profound / proficient] that it seemed the city was asleep. No sound from the bazaars, no arguments among the merchants, no men climbing to the towers to chant. No hope, no adventure, no old kings or Personal Legends, no treasure, and no Pyramids.
It was as if the world had fallen silent because the boy's soul had. He sat there, staring blankly through the door of the cafe, wishing that he had died, and that everything would end forever at that moment. The merchant looked anxiously at the boy. All the joy he had seen that morning had suddenly (C) [appeared / disappeared].
   (A), (B), (C)
① compassion, profound, appeared
② compassion, proficient, appeared
③ commission, profound, appeared
④ commission, proficient, disappeared
⑤ commission, profound, disappeared

5. 다음 글의 밑줄 친 단어와 의미가 다른 것은?
Thank you for purchasing the Cellular Microphone. The Cellular Microphone is a state-of-the-art communications device designed for people on the go. In order to assure the quality and performance of your new microphone, follow the instructions.
① innovative
② up-to-date
③ high-handed
④ ultra-modern
⑤ sophisticated

6. 다음 글의 빈칸에 들어갈 어휘로 가장 알맞은 것은?
In the course of three months it was repaired at the factory three times―unsuccessfully. John began to suspect that he had not bought so wisely after all. Not counting the money, the time and trouble it had cost him were a _______; and he was still without a record-player. He had been prepared for some initial difficulties, but the present state of affairs was beyond a joke.
① glee
② nuisance
③ guarantee
④ boredom
⑤ satisfaction

7. 다음 대화의 빈칸에 들어갈 말로 적절하지 않은 것은?
A: Did you hear that Kim Yuna is going to visit our school next Friday?
B: No kidding. She isn't really going to visit our school, is she?
A: Yes, she is.
B: Are you sure?
A: ______ I heard it on the radio.
① Definitely!
② It's entirely up to you.
③ I'm absolutely positive.
④ There's no doubt about it.
⑤ I'm a hundred percent sure.

8. 영어 속담 풀이가 어색한 것은?
① Ignorance is bliss.
② Every cloud has a silver lining.
③ Birds of a feather flock together.
④ As a man sows, so he shall reap.
⑤ Out of the frying pan into the fire.

9. 다음 대화의 빈칸에 들어갈 말로 가장 적절한 것은?
A: What's wrong? You look angry!
B: I can't hand in my report to my teacher today.
A: You said that you finished it yesterday.
B: I did. I stored it on my USB memory, took it to the computer lab, and pressed the print button. It didn't work. An error message appeared on the screen.
A: What did the message say?
B: It said that the word processor couldn't read the file from the F-drive.
A: It seems there are some errors in the F-drive. I think you should not only check your USB memory but also the computer drive in the lab.
B: Thanks for your advice! By the way, can I use your computer and printer?
A: _______
① Be my guest!
② Enough is enough!
③ What a coincidence!
④ It slipped my mind!
⑤ You can say that again!

10. 다음 글의 밑줄 친 부분 중 어색한 것은?
The film studio is ① like a large factory, and the indoor stages are ② very big indeed. ③ Scenery of all kinds is made in the studio: churches, houses, castles, and the forests are ④ all built of wood and cardboard. ⑤ Several hundreds people work together to make one film.

11. 어법상 어색한 문장은?
① I will have this done by the end of the month.
② Hardly had he fallen asleep when the alarm went off.
③ They hope to finish the report before the library will close.
④ Roughly half of the employees commute to work by subway.
⑤ The store was so busy that it had to hire additional workers.

12. 다음 글의 (A), (B), (C)의 각 [ ]에서 어법상 옳은 것은?
Astronauts from the U.S. space shuttle Discovery have completed their second spacewalk outside of the International Space Station orbiting the Earth.
Sunday's seven-and-a-half hour spacewalk was partially successful, as Clayton Anderson and Rick Mastracchio installed a new ammonia tank (A) [using / used] to cool the space station.
However, a troublesome bolt led to the astronauts falling behind schedule, leaving them unable to complete other assigned tasks, such as
installing fluid connections to the ammonia tank and (B) [retrieving / to retrieve] two debris shields.
This was the second of three spacewalks (C) [to complete / to be completed] during their two weeks in space.
The Discovery crew's other tasks while at the space station are to retrieve a Japanese experiment from the station's exterior and replace
a gyroscope.
    (A), (B), (C)
① using, retrieving, to complete
② using, to retrieve, to complete
③ used, retrieving, to be completed
④ used, to retrieve, to be completed
⑤ using, to retrieve, to be completed

13. 다음 글의 분위기로 가장 적절한 것은?
"How do you account for your longevity?" asked the reporter on Harvey's 110th birthday. "You might call me a health nut," Harvey replied. "I never smoked. I never drank. I was always in bed and sound asleep by ten o'clock. And I've always walked three miles a day, rain or shine." "But," said the reporter, "I had an uncle who followed that exact routine and died when he was 62. How come it didn't work for him?" "All I can say," replied Harvey, "is that he didn't keep it up long enough."
① boring
② festive
③ romantic
④ desperate
⑤ humorous

14. 다음 글의 목적으로 가장 적절한 것은?
Industry can often bring progress, but it can sometimes bring pollution and other dangers as well. In the nineteenth seventies, a tragedy occurred in a small town in the north of England.
A chemical factory exploded. Twenty-eight people were killed in the disaster, and more than a hundred were injured. The factory was destroyed, and the roofs of some houses in the town were torn off. The fire that followed the explosion burned for two days. It sent up huge clouds of smoke that were seen thirty miles away. Many of the people who lived in the town were in danger of losing their homes. Those who lived closest to the factory were afraid of losing their lives.
① to warn
② to please
③ to depress
④ to endanger
⑤ to celebrate

15. 다음 글에서 필자의 심경으로 가장 적절한 것은?
Near the end of a very hot day, I was sitting by an open window. I could see the river and a distant hill. There had been a landslide on the hill, and most of the trees had fallen down. I was sitting with a book, and had been thinking about the gloom and terror in New York for a long time. I lifted my eyes from a page and looked at the bare hill. And I saw something - a horrible monster. It moved very quickly from the top of the hill to the bottom, where it disappeared in dense trees. When this creature first appeared, I wondered if I was beside myself. It took several minutes to convince myself that I was not mad or dreaming. But I am sure that when I describe the monster, my readers will think that I am mad.
① honored
② relieved
③ satisfied
④ frightened
⑤ disappointed

16. 다음 글의 흐름상 필요 없는 문장은?
I was surprised and grateful when Mr. Rivers found me a job as a teacher in the village. I was going to live in the small school house and teach the children of the village.
① I started teaching and found that the children were not very energetic or eager to learn. ② They did not seem intelligent. ③ They lent me several books so that I could read as I recovered. ④ At first I did not enjoy teaching them. ⑤ I became happier when I came to realize that my job was to develop their minds, no matter how intelligent they were.

17. 다음 글의 빈칸에 들어갈 말로 가장 적절한 것은?
The way Wyatt reacted to this convinced me that he was mad. At first he stared at me as if he could not understand what I meant. Then, as it seemed to slowly make sense to him, his eyes bulged. His face went very red, then hideously pale. Then he began to laugh loudly and energetically. To my complete astonishment, he laughed for over ten minutes. Then he fell down flat on the deck. When I lifted him up, he looked dead.
I called for help, and with some difficulty we brought him to himself. He spoke nonsense for some time. Finally, we put him to bed. The next morning he had recovered his health – his physical health - I wasn't sure about his mental health. The captain advised me to avoid him for the rest of the trip. He agreed with me that _____.
① Wyatt was insane
② Wyatt was good physically
③ the trip was awfully uninteresting
④ we had enough time to keep Wyatt sober
⑤ his family must be satisfied with this trip

18. 다음 글의 빈칸에 들어갈 말로 가장 적절한 것은?
While at university, I worked part time delivering mail during the holiday rush. I helped a full-time mailman, who gave me a section of his regular route. On the first day, he cautioned me not to stick my fingers into the mail slot of one particular house. He explained that the family dog waited by the door for the mail each day, and as soon as it went through the slot, the dog grabbed it in his mouth and took it to his master. As a demonstration he pushed the mail part way into the slot, and it was promptly snatched away.
A few days later, I decided to have some fun with my four-legged friend. When he grabbed the letters, I held on tight and then ______
The action ended abruptly when a voice came from the other side of the door. "It's not the dog!"
① asked for Halloween candy.
② played a game of tug-of-war.
③ shouted, "Love me, love my dog."
④ arm-wrestled with my cute friend.
⑤ looked for the address on the envelope.

19. 다음 글에서 밑줄 친 부분의 의미를 가장 잘 설명한 것은?
And then she touched off the mixture with a match. The flame was almost pure yellow, a sodium flame, and it made her look like a corpse to me, made me look like a corpse to her.
"There―" she said, "that's what we'll look like when we're dead."
This queer demonstration not only scared me; it scared her, too. My mother scared herself with her own queerness, and from that moment on I ceased to be her companion. From that moment on she hardly spoke to me―cut me dead.
① tried to kill me
② suffered from my silence
③ shut her eyes to the fact
④ pretended not to know me
⑤ was madly in love with me

20. 다음 주어진 글에 이어질 순서로 가장 적절한 것은?
Only a few years before, millions of buffalo lived on the Great Plains. Then railroads were built across the country. White men came to claim the grasslands. They put up fences. Cowboys came up from Texas with huge groups of cattle. They forced the buffalo away or killed them.
(A) All this was taking place in what is now the south-central part of the United States. Far to the north, another struggle was taking place involving the great Sioux Indian tribe.
(B) The Indians tried to prevent this killing. Angry groups of Indians often attacked white buffalo hunters. But the army was too strong. Soldiers killed or captured many Indians. Finally, most Indians gave up the struggle. They surrendered their guns and horses. They went back to the reservations and became farmers.
(C) The Sioux had signed a treaty with the government in eighteen sixty-eight. The treaty gave them a large reservation in what is now Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming.
① (A)-(B)-(C)
② (A)-(C)-(B)
③ (B)-(A)-(C)
④ (B)-(C)-(A)
⑤ (C)-(A)-(B)

21. 다음 글의 빈칸에 들어갈 말로 가장 적절한 것은?
Gandhi's ideas for change were often about small things. He wanted to teach poor people about good, simple food. He wanted clean water for everybody and schools for all children.
"There will always be rich people. There will always be poor people," he thought. "But in India there is a great mountain between them. It is very high." He read Karl Marx, but he didn't like his ideas. He wanted change to come from _____, not from rulers or big ideas. He took ideas from everywhere. "I am a Christian, and a Hindu, and a Muslim, and a Jew," he said. But he always followed his idea of truth. For Gandhi, truth was God.
① inside people
② great leaders
③ an outside world
④ the rich and the privileged
⑤ the dependence on England

22. 다음 글의 내용과 가장 잘 어울리는 명언은?
A professor was invited to speak at a military base and was met at the airport by an unforgettable soldier named Ralph. As they headed toward the baggage-claim area, Ralph kept disappearing: once to help an older woman with her suitcase; once to lift two toddlers so they could see Santa Claus; and again to give someone directions. Each time he came back smiling. "Where did you learn to live like that?" the professor asked. "During the war," said Ralph. Then he told the professor about Vietnam. His job was to clear minefields, and he saw friends meet untimely ends, one after another, before his eyes. "I learned to live between steps," he said. "I never knew whether the next one would be my last, so I had to get everything I could out of that moment between picking up my foot and putting it down again. Every step felt like a whole new world."
① Imagination is more important than knowledge.
② There is nothing like a dream to create the future.
③ The eye sees only what the mind is prepared to comprehend.
④ Everything is funny as long as it is happening to somebody else.
⑤ Write it on your heart that every day is the best day of the year.

23. 다음 글의 빈칸에 들어갈 말로 가장 적절한 것은?
The subject of Mr. Hyde had worried Mr. Utterson for a long time. In light of the story that he had heard from Mr. Enfield that morning, he thought that it was high time he did something about it. He and Dr. Jekyll had a mutual friend from their university days named Dr. Lanyon. At some point, Dr. Lanyon and Dr. Jekyll had a falling out about some type of scientific experiment that Dr. Jekyll was performing. ______, Dr. Lanyon and Dr. Jekyll had not seen each other for a long time. Still, no one knew Dr. Jekyll better than Dr. Lanyon, so Mr. Utterson decided that it would be a good idea to go to Dr. Lanyon and discuss the matter of Mr. Hyde with him.
① Otherwise
② As a result
③ Nevertheless
④ Strange to say
⑤ On the other hand

※ 다음 글을 읽고 물음에 답하시오.(24~25)
Market researchers estimate that more than one billion personal computers are in use worldwide. Availability has improved in developing countries, but still remains limited compared to industrialized nations. Experts continue to debate how best to close this digital divide.
Nicholas Negroponte established the One Laptop Per Child project in two thousand five. He would like to put a low-cost laptop in the hands of every child, especially those living in extreme poverty. His nonprofit organization has shipped its specially designed laptop to developing countries around the world.
But the program has critics. They say trying to supply every child with a laptop, even at the current price of one hundred sixty dollars, is ______.
Stephen Dukker also makes low-cost computers. But his can run programs and applications for several students at once. He says these "virtual desktops" lower costs, reduce energy use and lessen the need for technical support. His company NComputing says it has set up over forty thousand networks in more than one hundred countries.
Stephen Dukker says all you need to connect to a network is a keyboard and monitor.
As computers reach more children in developing countries, so too in many cases is the Internet. It can be a great educational tool. But children also need to learn about the possible threats that can be found on social networks and other sites.
Mark Matunga is with Microsoft East Africa in Kenya. He says poverty may put African children especially at risk. His company is working with the Kenyan government and a children's rights group. Mark Matunga says the coalition is trying to educate the public about how to protect children from online abuse.

24. 위 글의 제목으로 가장 적절한 것은?
① Online Abuse in Developed Countries
② Computers, Children and the Digital Divide
③ the Risk of Poverty in Developing Countries
④ the Cheapest Laptop Computer in the East Africa
⑤ the Internet, a Great Educational Tool in the World

25. 문맥상 위 글의 빈칸에 가장 알맞은 것은?
① kind and beneficial
② wrong and impolite
③ useful and charitable
④ costly and inefficient
⑤ cheaper and more helpful

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