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제 목    2008년 10월 26일 시행 PBT 문제
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ANALOGIES
SECTION 1

1. GUARD : VIGILANCE ::
(A) pundit : obduracy
(B) author : prolixity
(C) comedian : topicality
(D) gardener : fertility
(E) acrobat : agility

2. DISGUSTING : REVULSION ::
(A) soothing : veneration
(B) stimulating : invigoration
(C) derisive : good will
(D) affirmative : gratitude
(E) acrimonious : pity

3. POINTER : ADVISE ::
(A) invitation : entertain
(B) caveat : warn
(C) waiter : require
(D) rebuff : initiate
(E)

4. DEFLATE : BUOYANCY ::
(A) scrutinize : clarity
(B) terminate : closure
(C) distend : discomfort
(D) differentiate : singularity
(E) neutralize : effectiveness

5. STYLUS : INCISE ::
(A) document : read
(B) cock : store
(C) stamp : imprint
(D) seed : sow
(E) fabric : weave

6. FOREWORD : INTRODUCE ::
(A) alarm : threaten
(B) denial : allege
(C) rehearsal : perform
(D) appellation : designate
(E) condolence : dispirit

7. FISCAL : FINANCE ::
(A) political : law
(B) pedagogical : teaching
(C) therapeutic : disease
(D) artistic : painting
(E) experimental : science

8. DISCOURTESY : IMPOLITE ::
(A) debacle : disastrous
(B) reunion : festive
(C) request : urgent
(D) revival : welcome
(E) compliment : sincere

9. OBSTREPEROUS : CONTROL ::
(A) pretentious : annoy
(B) successful : criticize
(C) rash : admonish
(D) cowardly : intimidate
(E) resolute : dissuade

answer EBBDCDBAE


ANTONYMS
SECTION 1

1. NOCTURNAL:
(A) living at sea
(B) active by day
(C) communal
(D) immune
(E) vegetarian

2. GRUELING:
(A) common
(B) unchallenging
(C) traditional
(D) sensitive
(E) disorganized

3. UNSUBSTANTIATED:
(A) permeable
(B) excessive
(C) confirmed
(D) supplementary
(E) interchangeable

4. GLACIAL:
(A) critical
(B) innocent
(C) abnormal
(D) honest and dependable
(E) warm and friendly

5. DISQUIET:
(A) platitude
(B) gratitude
(C) tranquility
(D) dominance
(E) congevity

6. DIVISIVE:
(A) unifying
(B) complete
(C) restrictive
(D) intrinsic
(E) uncertain

7. HEATED:
(A) incisive
(B) cogent
(C) meandering
(D) remorseful
(E) tempered

8. SERAPHIC:
(A) brittle
(B) insipid
(C) fiendish
(D) immaculate
(E) committed

9. GAMBOL:
(A) ascertain
(B) conserve
(C) slog
(D) prune
(E) burrow

10. AFFECTATION:
(A) inarticulateness
(B) hubris
(C) staidness
(D) ingenuousness
(E) reticence

11. PROBITY:
(A) timidity
(B) sagacity
(C) impertinence
(D) deviousness
(E) uncertainty

answer BBCECAECCDD


ANALOGIES
SECTION 3

1. HEAL : ILL ::
(A) decipher : unintelligible
(B) hinder : inventive
(C) engross : impassive
(D) flatter : proud
(E) illustrate : complex

2. AQUATIC : FISH ::
(A) field : flowers
(B) reef : coral
(C) arboretum : trees
(D) planetarium : stars
(E) terrarium : soil

3. SURREPTITIOUS : SECRECY ::
(A) perilous : danger
(B) altruistic : candor
(C) dubious : credulity
(D) judicious : severity
(E) chaotic : despair

4. ARCHIPELAGO : ISLAND ::
(A) estuary : stream
(B) reservoir : lake
(C) range : mountain
(D) woods : forest
(E) rain : valley

5. GLIDE : EFFORT ::
(A) circumvent : impediment
(B) slant : incline
(C) sprint : speed
(D) slog : perseverance
(E) wander : purpose

6. BRAGGART : BOAST ::
(A) critic : complain
(B) ruffian : tease
(C) cynic : brag
(D) perfectionist : dominate
(E) sycophant : fawn

7. ALOOF : RESERVE ::
(A) sluggish : torpor
(B) repressive : modesty
(C) strained : diplomacy
(D) ominous : intrigue
(E) recondite : stiffness

8. VERIFICATION : ACCURACY ::
(A) amplification : sound
(B) distillation : impurity
(C) acquisition : resource
(D) measurement : magnitude
(E) exuberance : experience

answer AB(문제불확실)ACEEAA


ANTONYMS
SECTION 3

1. INCOMPREHENSION:
(A) appropriateness
(B) capability
(C) amiability
(D) openness
(E) understanding

2. ANNUL:
(A) stir
(B) depress
(C) equal
(D) declare valid
(E) treat

3. MONOPOLIZE:
(A) regulate
(B) assist
(C) multiply
(D) share
(E) fulfill

4. DRUDGE:
(A) intensity
(B) formality
(C) virtuous behavior
(D) loyal service
(E) gratifying labor

5. NAÏVE:
(A) attractive
(B) awkward
(C) convincing
(D) aged
(E)

6. FARCICAL:
(A) serious
(B) stylized
(C) sympathetic
(D) popular
(E) untainted

answer EDDED(문제불확실)A


SENTENCE COMPLETION
SECTION 1

1. Initially a defender or democratic rule, the resident ironically soon began to employ the very dictatorial power that he had once -------.
(A) supported
(B) condemned
(C) created
(D) advocated
(E) recognized

2. The artist was quite -------: he not only painted portraits and illustrated books but also designed furniture and monuments.
(A) unsophisticated
(B) conventional
(C) temperamental
(D) exacting
(E) versatile

3. Because of the likelihood that her new colleague would not approve of her political opinions, the reporter briefly considered remaining quiet, then quickly resolved that she would not --------her personal views merely for the sake of --------.
(A) flout. .posterity
(B) suppress. .concord
(C) recant. .debate
(D) misrepresent. .conflict
(E) advertise. .affability

4. The feminist poet's extremely explicit and witty diatribes against social convention were so thoroughly ------- other writers that her idiosyncratic brand of rebellion eventually became the convention of her time.
(A) inimical to
(B) alien to
(C) emulated by
(D) resented by
(E) misunderstood by

5. Although sermons retained their ------- in religious life during most of the twentieth century, they are gradually ------- that such central places as churches devote more energy to social activities.
(A) stature. .occupying
(B) role. .preempting
(C) preeminence. .losing
(D) superiority. .attaining
(E) marginality. .ceding

6. The same environmental processes that long ago caused the original degradation of forest ecosystem are acting as ------- its rehabilitation; scientists therefore intend to try to ------- these processes in order to prevent future damage to the ecosystem.
(A) signals of. .eliminate
(B) irritants to. .exacerbate
(C) precursors to. .slow
(D) barriers to. .counter
(E) obstacles to. .facilitate

7. The studied executive lamented the fact that experts who had tried to -------- the reasons why movies succeed or fail commercially had encountered great difficulty in producing mathematical models that could accurately predict the future of unreleased movies.
(A) downplay
(B) falsify
(C) delineate
(D) circumvent
(E) promote

answer BEBCCDC


SENTENCE COMPLETION
SECTION 3

1. The noisy begging of a brood of baby birds has posed a ------- to biologist: why would any helpless, immature organism do something that seems so likely to damage it by ------- predators?
(A) conundrum. .attracting
(B) paradox. .outwitting
(C) given. .drawing
(D) signal. .startling
(E) puzzle. .repelling

2. While still -------, Juvenal's stories ------- a change of tone and some touches of human sadness, as though he had found some consolation at last.
(A) pessimistic. .avoid
(B) embittered. .show
(C) hopeful. .display
(D) sardonic. .escape
(E) compassionate. .embrace

3. Upon realizing that the indicators of a stressful situation can be extremely -------, the psychologist reconsidered his claim that a reliable way to reduce stress is to recognize stressful situations and then avoid them.
(A) acute
(B) subtle
(C) well-documented
(D) exaggerated
(E) persistent

4. The chief flaw of the work is that it dwells too long on matters that are ------- to its main subject, leaving ------- space for treatment of heart of the topic.
(A) germane. .disproportionate
(B) tantamount. .equivalent
(C) ancillary. .scant
(D) complementary. .compensatory
(E) integral. .innate

5. For all the scathing precision with which she states the lines of social aspirants and moneyed folk, the writer appears to ------- being part of the world she makes seem so -------.
(A) abhor. .shallow
(B) disdain. .glamorous
(C) romantic. .mysterious
(D) savor. .intoxicating
(E) relish. .insufferable

6. The ------- activity that usually accompanies annual conventions of professional scholars is in ill keeping with the ------- and order befitting earnest intellectual endeavor.
(A) erudite. .laxity
(B) frivolous. .virtuosity
(C) frenetic. .levity
(D) polemical. .dilettantism
(E) cerebral. .sobriety

7. Contrary to the manager's draconian reputation, most of the work rules and procedures she implemented were relatively -------.
(A) innocuous
(B) punctilious
(C) onerous
(D) transparent
(E) uncomplicated

answer ABBCEBA





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