다음주 FIB 예상출제 문제입니다

16 Ston 18 1,915 01.14 19:20
안녕하세요, 다음주 FIB 예상출제 문제입니다. 적중률이 그닥 높은것 같지는 않으니 **참고** 만 하시기 바랍니다. 감사합니다.

Richard Morris
Richard Morris, of the school of accounting at the University of NSW, which requires an entrance score in the top 5 percent of students, says attendance has been a problem since the late 1990s.

“Sometimes in the lectures we’ve only got about one third of students enrolled attending,” he said.
“It definitely is a problem. If you don’t turn up to class you’re mission out on the whole richness of the ****experience****: you don’t think a whole lot, you don’t engage in debates with other students - or with your teachers.”

It is not all gloom, said Professor John Dearn, a Province-Chancellor at the University of Canberra, who said the interest was ****transforming**** the way student’s access and use information.

“It is strange that despite all the evidence as to their ineffectiveness, ****traditional**** lecture seem to persist in our universities.”

Enigma: aliens, enigma, opus
Nature is no longer an alien ****enigma****, but something immediately beautiful, an ****exuberant opus**** with space for us to join in. bird melodies has always been called songs for a ****reason****.

交响乐
Away from the rumble of Shanghai's highways and cacophony of the shopping districts, stroll down side streets filled with rows of tall ****brick****houses. In the early evening or on a weekend morning, you'll hear the sound of classical music drifting from a piano, played by a 10-year old or a grandmother in her seventies. ****Wander**** down another alley toward drab skyscraper and you'll hear Beethoven or Mozart flowing from a violin, or perhaps a cello, accordion or flute.

In China, classical music is ****booming****as mightily as the 1812 Overture. It's fortissimo in Shanghai, home to China's oldest orchestra, forte in Beijing and other lively cities, and on a crescendo in farther-flung areas. Commanding 100-200 ($12.50- $25) per hour, private music teachers in Shanghai can readily earn more than five times the average per capita monthly income

The horned desert viper
The horned desert viper's ability to hunt at night has always puzzled biologists. Though it lies with its ****head**** buried in the sand, it can strike with great precision as soon as prey appears. Now, Young and physicists Leo van Hemmen and Paul Friedel at the Technical University of Munich in Germany have developed a computer model of the snake's auditory ****system**** to explain how the snake "hears" its prey without really having the ears for it. Although the vipers have internal ears that can hear frequencies between 200 and 1000 hertz, it is not the sound of the mouse scurrying about that they are detecting. "The snakes don't have external ****eardrums****," says van Hemmen. "So unless the mouse wears boots and starts stamping, the snake won't hear it."

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8 JayJay 01.14 19:29
감사합니다 ston님! 참고 잘하겠습니다. 가끔 님하고 beautiful님이 일주일간격으로 올려주시니...구독자가 된기분 ㅋㅋㅋ 은근 기다려지네요.
16 Ston 01.14 19:33
ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ 감사합니다~ 구독자란 말에서 빵터졌네요 ㅎㅎ 저번에 안나와서 안 올릴까 했는데 그래도 기다리시는 분들이 있어서 올렸어요. 꼭 나왔으면 좋겠네요. 건승하세요 :)
8 JayJay 01.14 20:05
ㅎㅎ 넵 구독자 1인으로써 매주 기다립니다. 사실 나오면 좋지만, 안나와도 읽으면 복습도 되니 이래나 저래나 다 덕이 되는것같아요. 감사해요!
16 Ston 01.14 21:06
그럼 구독자 분들을 위해서 열심히 올려보도록 할께요 :) 기다려주신다니 감사하네요 ㅎㅎ
1 HappyCC 01.14 20:21
감사합니다. 항상 예상출제 문제 글 챙겨보고 있습니다 ^^
16 Ston 01.14 21:07
감사합니다 HappyCC님 건승하세요 ^^
8 Tryer 01.15 02:54
Ston님 잊지않고 올려주셧네요,,,, 넘~~~~ 감사합니다,,, 열심히보겟습니다,,,,,시험에 꼭 나오길 기대하면서.... Ston님도 좋은결과 곧 있길 바랍니다.

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1 아리아 01.15 17:20
ston 님 감사합니다~~~!!  오늘 시험보고 왔는데 저번주에 올려주셨던 job hunting이 나와서 덕분에 쉽게 맞출수 있었어요~
표시해주신 positive 와 prospective 말고 2개의 빈칸이 더 있었는데. 하나는 첫번째 줄에 있던 impressions였구요 다른 하나는 conservatively 였던거 같은데 헤깔리네용~ 감사합니다!! 앞으로도 부탁드려용~~
5 월연 01.15 19:32
문제 감사합니다 ~
1 holy 01.15 21:36
안녕하세요, 다음주 FIB 예상출제 문제입니다. 적중률이 그닥 높은것 같지는 않으니 **참고** 만 하시기 바랍니다. 감사합니다.

Richard Morris
Richard Morris, of the school of accounting at the University of NSW, which requires an entrance score in the top 5 percent of students, says attendance has been a problem since the late 1990s.

“Sometimes in the lectures we’ve only got about one third of students enrolled attending,” he said.
“It definitely is a problem. If you don’t turn up to class you’re mission out on the whole richness of the ****experience****: you don’t think a whole lot, you don’t engage in debates with other students - or with your teachers.”

It is not all gloom, said Professor John Dearn, a Province-Chancellor at the University of Canberra, who said the interest was ****transforming**** the way student’s access and use information.

“It is strange that despite all the evidence as to their ineffectiveness, ****traditional**** lecture seem to persist in our universities.”

Enigma: aliens, enigma, opus
Nature is no longer an alien ****enigma****, but something immediately beautiful, an ****exuberant opus**** with space for us to join in. bird melodies has always been called songs for a ****reason****.

交响乐
Away from the rumble of Shanghai's highways and cacophony of the shopping districts, stroll down side streets filled with rows of tall ****brick****houses. In the early evening or on a weekend morning, you'll hear the sound of classical music drifting from a piano, played by a 10-year old or a grandmother in her seventies. ****Wander**** down another alley toward drab skyscraper and you'll hear Beethoven or Mozart flowing from a violin, or perhaps a cello, accordion or flute.

In China, classical music is ****booming****as mightily as the 1812 Overture. It's fortissimo in Shanghai, home to China's oldest orchestra, forte in Beijing and other lively cities, and on a crescendo in farther-flung areas. Commanding 100-200 ($12.50- $25) per hour, private music teachers in Shanghai can readily earn more than five times the average per capita monthly income

The horned desert viper
The horned desert viper's ability to hunt at night has always puzzled biologists. Though it lies with its ****head**** buried in the sand, it can strike with great precision as soon as prey appears. Now, Young and physicists Leo van Hemmen and Paul Friedel at the Technical University of Munich in Germany have developed a computer model of the snake's auditory ****system**** to explain how the snake "hears" its prey without really having the ears for it. Although the vipers have internal ears that can hear frequencies between 200 and 1000 hertz, it is not the sound of the mouse scurrying about that they are detecting. "The snakes don't have external ****eardrums****," says van Hemmen. "So unless the mouse wears boots and starts stamping, the snake won't hear it."
12 더헬 01.19 16:16
이런건 어디서 구하시는거에요? 감사합니당~
16 Ston 01.19 22:26
중국 친구가 보내준답니다~
12 더헬 01.19 22:38
아름다운 중국친구네요...ㅎㅎㅎ 시간되시면 자주 부탁드립니다! 감사해요
16 Ston 01.19 22:43
네 좋은친구죠 ㅎㅎ 근데 시험 이미 패스하신것 아니세요??
12 더헬 01.19 22:45
패스는헸죠 근데 자료는 필요해서요 ㅎㅎㅎ
16 Ston 01.20 00:40
아 그러시군요 ㅎㅎ
7 jayw 01.22 10:01
갑자기 소오름~~~이거랑 거의 비슷한 문제 거의 99퍼 비슷한게 ptestudy에 있는데 제가 답을 외우고 있었거든요..맨마지막에 뱀내용에 마지막문장에 The smake does not have external eardrums에서..제가 본거에는 internal이라고 해서 다시 찾아봤는데 거기엔 although the vipers have  internal ears that can hear  frequencies 이렇게 돼있네요 무작정 답만 외우다 큰코 다치겠어요..감사합니다!!!
16 Ston 01.25 06:36
네 요즘에는 빈칸을 자꾸 바꿔서 그냥 본문전체를 보는게 안전하더라고요 :)

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