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Part I. Questions 1 and 2.
You will now hear two statements or questions, and each will be followed by four responses. Choose the most appropriate response.
W: Mr. Hill wants a cup of coffee.
(a) OK. I’ll make him one.
(b) Be careful. It’s still hot.
(c) This tastes really good.
(d) I don’t know anything about it
[정답] (A) OK. I’ll make him one.
M: You’re hiking with us this weekend, right?
(a) It’d be best if you did it at the camp.
(b) Yeah. It was a good workout.
(c) Absolutely. I can’t wait.
(d) No. I forgot to bring a tent
[정답] (C) Absolutely. I can’t wait.
Part 2. Questions 3 and 4.
You will now hear two conversation fragments, and each will be followed by four responses. Choose the most appropriate response.
W: Excuse me, sir. Can I please see your ID?
M: Why? What’s the matter?
W: You’re in a restricted area.
(a) I need some identification.
(b) I’m sorry, but you shouldn’t be here.
(c) Let me show you the way.
(d) Pardon me. I didn’t know.
[정답] (D) Pardon me. I didn’t know.
M: You must be new to the campus.
W: Actually, I am. How did you know?
M: You look a little lost. Can I help you?
(a) I can’t find the cafeteria.
(b) We must be roommates.
(c) I know a quicker way.
(d) Thank you for the tip.
[정답] (A) I can’t find the cafeteria.
Part 3. Questions 5.
You will now hear one complete conversation and its corresponding question, both of which will be read only once. Then you will hear four options that will be read once. Choose the option that best answers the question.
5. Listen to a conversation between two coworkers
W: How do we get more people to purchase our organic shampoo?
M: We’ll have to increase our promotional efforts.
W: I was hoping we could make a profit by the end of this year.
M: What’s the rush? Our product is still new on the market.
W: Yes, but it’d be nice to get a return on our investment early on.
M: Yeah. You’ve got a point there.
Q: What can be inferred about the shampoo from the conversation?
(a) It has attracted the interest of a large number of investors.
(b) It has generated a great deal of profit very quickly.
(c) It was made available for purchase a short time ago.
(d) It was featured in several major promotional campaigns.
[정답] (c) It was made available for purchase a short time ago.
Part 4. Questions 6.
You will now hear one monologue and its corresponding question, both of which will be read twice. Then you will hear four options which will be read only once. Choose the option that best answers the question.
6. Net exporters, whose incomes are highly dependent on the sale of their goods to foreign markets, tend to be hit harder in a global recession than net importers. Germany, the world’s third largest exporter, saw its economy shrink by 5 percent as consumers around the world bought fewer of its products. To address the problem, the German government has introduced a stimulus package to encourage domestic spending, thus reducing its dependence on export income.
Q: What is the speaker’s main point about net exporters?
(a) They are overly dependent on foreign-made goods.
(b) They are greatly affected by periods of economic downturn.
(c) They must put a cap on domestic spending during a fiscal crisis.
(d) They need innovative ways to market their products overseas.
[정답] (b) They are greatly affected by periods of economic downturn.
Part 5. Questions 7 and 8.
You will now hear one longer monologue and two corresponding questions, all of which will be read twice. Then you will hear four options for each question, which will be read only once. Choose the option that best answers each question.
7-8. Born in France in 1883, Coco Chanel was one of the fashion world’s greatest influences from the early 1920s until her death in 1971. She started out designing hats for friends, and in 1913, turned the hobby into a business. Chanel was a trendsetter from the very beginning, introducing casual women’s clothing made from jersey fabric. This, unsurprisingly, upset the prudish sensibilities of the fashion industry because, at the time, jersey fabric was primarily used to make men’s underwear. Seemingly unfazed by criticism, Chanel took inspiration from her lover Arthur Capel and began creating androgynous-looking clothing for women that allowed them to break free from the uncomfortable corsets and frilly dresses that had long been the norm. Her designs included trousers, nautical tops, structured tweed coats, and of course, her signature suit, which consisted of a lightweight jacket with a form-fitting, knee-length skirt. Costume jewelry, handbags, fragrances, and shoes would soon follow, all of which reflected the growing desire in the era following the First World War of women to dress in a practical way while still appearing elegant and feminine. Today, her revolutionary aesthetic lives on within Chanel, the high-end, multi-billion dollar fashion house bearing her name.
7. Q: What is mainly being discussed?
(a) The accomplishments of an iconic fashion designer
(b) The most popular clothing trends of the 20th century
(c) The challenges facing women in the postwar era
(d) The way apparel has changed since Coco Chanel
8. What can be inferred about Coco Chanel from the lecture?
(a) She initially designed hats to gain attention from society’s elite.
(b) Her lover inspired her to design unisex clothing.
(c) She was an activist against discrimination in the fashion industry.
(d) She understood that women valued both comfort and style.
7. (A) The accomplishments of an iconic fashion designer
8. (D) She understood that women valued both comfort and style.