2014학년도 수능 영어 B형

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2014학년도 수능 영어 B형

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  • 1. 
    다음 글의 요지로 가장 적절한 것은? In our efforts to be the good child, the uncomplaining employee, or the cooperative patient, many of us fall into the trap of trying to please people by going along with whatever they want us to do. At times, we lose track of our own boundaries and needs, and the cost of this could be our life, both symbolically and literally. When we are unable to set healthy limits, it causes distress in our relationships. But when we learn to say no to what we don’t feel like doing in order to say yes to our true self, we feel empowered, and our relationships with others improve. So don’t be afraid to say no. Try to catch yourself in the moment and use your true voice to say what you really want to say.
    • A. 

      ① 난관을 극복할 때 성취감이 생긴다.

    • B. 

      ② 항상 타인의 입장을 먼저 고려해야 한다.

    • C. 

      ③ 자신이 원하지 않는 일은 거절할 필요가 있다.

    • D. 

      ④ 자신의 의견을 고집하면 대인 관계가 악화된다.

    • E. 

      ⑤ 제안을 승낙하기 전에는 그 의도를 파악해야 한다.

  • 2. 
    다음 글의 주제로 가장 적절한 것은? In order to successfully release himself from the control of his parents, a child must be secure in his parents’ power, as represented by their loving authority. The more effectively they communicate that authority, the more secure the child feels, and the better able he is to move away from them toward a life of his own. During this lengthy process, whenever he feels threatened, he turns back toward the safety of his parents’ love and authority. In other words, it is impossible for a child to successfully release himself unless he knows exactly where his parents stand, both literally and figuratively. That requires, of course, that his parents know where they themselves stand. If they don’t know where they stand―if, in other words, they are insecure in their authority―they cannot communicate security to their child, and he cannot move successfully away from them. Under the circumstances, he will become clingy, or disobedient, or both.
    • A. 

      ① necessity of parental intervention in ensuring children’s safety

    • B. 

      ② roles of parental authority in children’s social skills development

    • C. 

      ③ consequences of offering parental supervision for children’s independence

    • D. 

      ④ requirements for preventing children from being disobedient to their parents

    • E. 

      ⑤ importance of communicating parental authority to children for their independence

  • 3. 
     주어진 글 다음에 이어질 글의 순서로 가장 적절한 것은? We tend to perceive the door of a classroom as rectangular no matter from which angle it is viewed. Actually, the rectangular door of a classroom projects a rectangular image on our retina only when it is viewed directly from the front. (A) Slowly the trapezoid becomes thinner and thinner, and all that is projected on the retina is a vertical line, which is the thickness of the door. These changes we can observe and distinguish, but we do not accept them. (B) Similarly, a round coin is seen as round even when viewed from an angle at which, objectively, it should appear elliptical. In the same way, we see car wheels as round, even though the retinal image is oval when viewed from an angle other than directly from the front. (C) At other angles, the image will be seen as a trapezoid. The edge of the door towards us looks wider than the edge hinged with the frame. * trapezoid: 사다리꼴 ** elliptical: 타원형의
    • A. 

      ① (A)-(C)-(B)

    • B. 

      ② (B)-(A)-(C)

    • C. 

      ③ (B)-(C)-(A)

    • D. 

      ④ (C)-(A)-(B)

    • E. 

      ⑤ (C)-(B)-(A)

  • 4. 
    Fourier에 관한 다음 글의 내용과 일치하지 않는 것은? Jean Baptiste Joseph Fourier was a French mathematician and physicist. When he was eight years old, his father died, and less than a year after this tragedy, his mother passed away, leaving him an orphan. A charitable lady helped him attend a local military school. He wanted to become an officer but was not allowed to because he was the son of a tailor. In 1795, he became a teacher at the École Normale in Paris. During the post-Revolution frenzy, he spoke out against the use of the guillotine, for which he almost lost his life. When Napoleon invaded Egypt in 1798, Fourier and other scholars accompanied the expedition. Having returned to France, Fourier began his research on heat conduction. His mathematical theory of heat conduction earned him lasting fame. During his stay in Egypt he contracted a strange illness that confined him to well-heated rooms for the rest of his life. On May 16, 1830, Fourier died in Paris.       * guillotine: 단두대
    • A. 

      ① 프랑스의 수학자이자 물리학자였다.

    • B. 

      ② 재단사의 아들이라는 이유로 장교가 되지 못했다.

    • C. 

      ③ 단두대 사용에 반대하다가 목숨을 잃을 뻔했다.

    • D. 

      ④ 열전도에 관한 수학 이론으로 명성을 얻었다.

    • E. 

      ⑤ 이집트에서 프랑스로 돌아온 후 이상한 병에 걸렸다.

  • 5. 
     다음 글의 빈칸 (A), (B)에 들어갈 말로 가장 적절한 것을 고르시오.  F. Scott Fitzgerald thought that the test of first-rate intelligence was the ability to hold two opposed ideas in mind at the same time and still function. The eons shaped our brains in the (A) direction. Confirmation bias is a term for the way the mind systematically avoids confronting contradiction. It does this by overvaluing evidence that confirms what we already think or feel and undervaluing or simply disregarding evidence that refutes it. Testimony from members of the Crow tribe about the destruction of their culture provides an extreme and tragic example of this. A man named Plenty Coups reported that “when the buffalo went away, the hearts of my people fell to the ground and they could not lift them up again. After this nothing happened.” He was not alone in describing the depth of despair as the end of history. “Nothing happened after that,” another Crow warrior said. “We just lived.” The emotion was so strong that the brain (B) evidence of the continued existence of normal, everyday life that might have eased it.
    • A. 

      ① opposite - retained

    • B. 

      ② opposite - rejected

    • C. 

      ③ wrong - validated

    • D. 

      ④ same - falsified

    • E. 

      ⑤ same - overlooked