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Unit 07 올림포스 영어독해의 기본1

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Transcript of Unit 07 올림포스 영어독해의 기본1

Unit 07 지칭어 찾기
(finding reference words)

It was Gideon the cook who first called Teddy Farquar “Little yellow Head,” which became the nickname for ① the boy. Gideon and Teddy were great friends from the start. When Gideon had finished his work, he would lift Teddy on his shoulders to the shade of a big tree, and play with ② him there, forming curious little toys from twigs, leaves and grass. Mrs. Farquar was fond of the old cook because of his love for ③ her child. One day Gideon said: “Ah, Madame, the Lord Above sent ④ this one; Little Yellow Head is the best thing we have in our house.” Because of that “we” Mrs. Farquar felt warmth toward ⑤ him; and at the end of the month she raised his wages.
When Johann, a curious otter at the Rosamond Gifford Zoo in Syracuse, New York, pushed aside a large rock in his pool, ① he didn’t know the rock held a drainage pipe in place. To his delight, the open drain clogged, flooding his cage and part of the lion’s next door. While Johann played in ② his self-made lake, his trainers tried to fix the problem by clearing the drain and replacing the rock – this time with added cement for extra weight. However, the much heavier rock was still no match for Johann, who immediately pushed it away from the pipe again to fill up ③ his larger pool. Johanns’s curiosity is normal for otters, according to small mammal keeper Sam Worthley. But, ④ he confessed, the trainers haven’t quite figured out what to do next. “⑤ He keeps us alert all the time.”
Getting away from it all is getting more difficult all the time in America's national parks. Increasingly, people are running into the same urban ills that they are trying to escape: traffic jams, pollution and even crime. While most people go for the blockbusters such as Yellowstone and Grand Canyon, there are parks just as magnificent with significantly fewer visitors. These lesser-known parks, in many cases, lie farther from population centers or just don't yet have local T-shirt and calendar industries. Without the car horns and camera-carrying tourists, they better preserve that sense of wilderness­ and besides, you can grab a campsite at the last minute, instead of having to reserve a year in advance.
Human habitation of Tasmania dates back 35,000 years, when Aborigines first reached the area. At this time it was linked to continental Australia, but water rose to form the Bass Strait at the end of the Ice Age, 12,000 years ago. Dutch explorer Abel Tasman set foot on the island in 1642 and inspired its modern name. He originally called it Van Diemen's Land, after the governor of the Dutch East Indies. Tasmania has a diverse landscape that contains glacial mountains, dense forests and rolling green hills. Its wilderness is one of only three large temperate forests remaining in the southern hemisphere. It is also home to many plants and animals which are unique to the island. One-third of Tasmania is protected as a World Heritage Area.
When you have to spend a night somewhere other than where you had planned, having your bags with you can make the situation a bit more tolerable.
We expect, as you do, that Alpha Airlines will operate flights on time. ( ① ) But, on occasion, the weather or other challenges can make it difficult, if not impossible, to stay on schedule. ( ② ) When bad weather causes a flight cancellation or a delay stretches overnight, we may be able to help cover some unexpected expenses. ( ③ ) A "distressed-passenger rate" coupon, which is good for a discounted rate at an approved local hotel, may be available through customer-service agents to help you with overnight accommodations. ( ④ ) In some cases, however, circumstances can make it impossible for us to retrieve your baggage. ( ⑤ ) If our airport staff cannot get your baggage back, it will continue on to your scheduled destination and will be held there.
Reading 1
Reading 2
Theme Reading
위 글의 밑줄 친 ① ~ ⑤ 중에서, 가리키는 대상이 나머지 넷과 다른 것은?
1. 다음 글의 제목으로 가장 적절한 것은?
2. Tasmania에 관한 다음 글의 내용과 일치하지 않는 것은?
3. 글의 흐름으로 보아, 주어진 문장이 들어가기에 가장 적절한 곳은?

After
he
finished all the work,
Tom
went to bed.

[종속절]
에서 뒤에오는 주절의 명사를 가리키는 경우도 있다

일반적으로 대명사는 바로 앞에 언급된 명사를 가리키지만
shade
twig
be fond of
drain
clog
in place
mammal
confess
alert
Increasingly
ills
magnificent
horn
continental
Strait
diverse
glacial
temperate
One-third
= one out of three
rolling
tolerable
on occasion
stretch
distress
retrieve
date
back
go Dutch
v.
Dutch treat
n.
Dutch pay
(X)
Dutch auction
역경매(가격이 점점 내려가는 경매 방식)
= revere-auction
Dutch
it
to
would
~하곤 했다(과거의 습관)
used to vs. would
2. 과거의 상태
1. 과거의 습관(반복적인 행동)
기본적으로 둘다 습관을 나타낼 때 사용 가능
단, would는 주어의 의지가 반영되는
동적인 경우
에만 사용 가능
When I was young, I used to / would get up early.
When I was young, I used to like candy.
과거의 상태 =
정적인 경우
에 해당
따라서 used to 만 사용 가능
There used to be a church on the hill.
I used to have an old Rolls-Royce.
and play
lift
(시원한) 그늘
(나무의) 잔가지
~을 좋아하다
물을 빼내다,배수시키다
막히다, 막히게하다
제자리에 (있는)
~가 기쁘게도
To his delight
otter
it
포유류, 포유동물
고백하다
a. 경계하는, 기민한
n. 경계경보, 주의보
v. 알리다, 경보하다
구동사
(Phrasal verbs) vs.
전치사동사
(Prepositional verbs)
She turned on the man.
She turned on the microwave.
He picked up the ladder.
He climbed up the ladder.
He picked
the ladder
up. (O)
He climbed the ladder up. (X)
picked up
the ladder
climbed
up the ladder
구동사(Phrasal verbs)
전치사동사(Prepositional verbs)
turned on
turned
on the man
the microwave
She turned
the microwave
on. (O)
She turned the man on. (X)
전치사동사(Prepositional verbs)
구동사(Phrasal verbs)
He picked
it
up (O)
He picked up it (X)
He climbed it up (X)
He climbed
up it
(O)
She turned
it
on (O)
She turned on it (X)
She turned him on (X)
She turned
on him
(O)
점점 더, 갈수록 더
문제, 불행, 재난, 병폐
Yellowstone
웅장한, 대단한
lie
(자) 놓여있다
population center
Grand Canyon
구동사
: 전치사가 문법적, 의미적으로
동사
랑 결합하는 경우
전치사동사
: 전치사가 문법적, 의미적으로
명사
랑 결합하는 경우
인구밀집지역
경적, 경적을 울리다
뿔, 뿔피리

시간을 거슬러 올라가다
대륙의
해협
다양한
완만하게 경사진
온순한, 온건한, 차분한
빙하의
분수표현 + of + 명사
명사
수일치
참을 수 있는, 견딜 만한
때때로, 가끔
늘어나다
(심리적) 고통, 괴로움
it
to
if not impossible
불가능하진 않지만, 불가능하지 않더라도
되찾다, 회수하다 / 기억해내다
① Reasons to Take a Vacation
② Explore the Beauty of National Parks

Go to Parks That Are Not Crowded
④ Why Preserving Wild Spaces Is Important
⑤ Annoying Travelers You'll Meet on the Road
when
관계부사
= and at that time
① 원래 호주 대륙과 연결되어 있다가 빙하기 말기에 섬이 되었다.

네덜란드 총독의 이름을 따서 현재의 섬 이름이 지어졌다
.
③ 남반구에 남아 있는 몇 안되는 대규모 온대림 중 하나가 있다.
④ 이 지역에만 사는 고유한 동식물이 많이 있다.
⑤ 섬의 3분의 1이 세계 유산 지역으로 보호되고 있다.
what to do
의문사 + to 부정사
: 명사 상당어구 → 주어, 목적어, 보어 로 사용
/
run
into
~와 마주치다
딱 그정도로 ~한
just as
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