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영비홍 1-1


1. He has set his mind on studying psychology in college as magic basically [deals / deals with] people's minds.



2. He watches magic performance shows almost every day and [keep / keeps] practicing magic tricks until he can perform them perfectly.



3. Here's [that / what] I received from them.



4. I wish I [have / had] a plan for my future.


 

영비홍 1-2


5. To make the [right / rightly] career choice, you have to learn about yourself first.



6. You can use self-assessment tests, often [calling / called] career tests, to better understand yourself.



7. You can use self-assessment tests, often called career tests, [for better / to better] understand yourself.



8. Your values, interests, and personality will make some careers more [suitable / suitably] for you and others less appropriate.



9. [making / to make] the right career choice, you have to learn about yourself first.


 

영비홍 1-3


10. After researching, you can eliminate careers [in them / in which] you are no longer interested.



11. After researching, you can eliminate careers in which you are no longer [interesting / interested].



12. Now, you should make a list of occupations [basing / based] on your self-assessment test results.



13. You should identify who they are and [conduct / conducts] interviews with them or ask them for a job-shadowing opportunity.



14. You should identify who they are and conduct interviews with them or ask them for a [job-shadowing / job-shadowed] opportunity.


 

영비홍 1-4


15. He also explained what needs [to be done / being done] to create an album, from planning the album to arranging, recording, and editing the music.



16. He also explained what needs to be done to create an album, from planning the album [for / to] arranging, recording, and editing the music.



17. He also explained what needs to be done to create an album, from planning the album to [arrang / arranging], recording, and editing the music.



18. He also explained what needs to be done to create an album, from planning the album to arranging, [recorded / recording], and editing the music.



19. He also explained what needs to be done to create an album, from planning the album to arranging, recording, and [edit / editing] the music.



20. I left home very [exciting / excited].



21. More than half of [how / what] he said sounded like a foreign language to me.



22. More than half of [that / what] he said sounded like a foreign language to me.



23. The studio was full of the [lately / latest] equipment, whose size and complexity amazed me.



24. The studio was full of the latest equipment, [where / whose] size and complexity amazed me.



25. The studio was full of the latest equipment, [who / whose] size and complexity amazed me.



26. The studio was full of the latest equipment, whose size and complexity [amazing / amazed] me.



27. [Not only I was getting / Not only was I getting] the day off of school, but I was also getting a chance to see in person how a music album is made.


 

영비홍 1-5


28. It took a whole day [finishing / to finish] one song!



29. My day at X-Music helped me realize that love of music is not the only thing [requiring / required] to become a music producer: patience, leadership, and communication skills on top of a good ear for music are important skills to learn, too.



30. My uncle sat down in the middle next to the composer when the [recording / recorded] started.



31. They didn't like this or that about the music and [having / had] the singers repeat the same line again and again, all of which sounded perfect to me.



32. They didn't like this or that about the music and had the singers repeat the same line again and again, all [of them / of which] sounded perfect to me.



33. We headed to the [recording / recorded] booth, where two singers were recording music for their rock band.



34. We headed to the recording booth, [there / where] two singers were recording music for their rock band.


 

영비홍 1-RM1


35. I put a small piece into my mouth, [press / pressing] it lightly against the roof of my mouth, and wait until it melts.



36. I put a small piece into my mouth, press it lightly against the roof of my mouth, and [wait / waits] until it melts.



37. I taste chocolate and evaluate its quality, [telled / telling] good chocolate from bad, faulty chocolate.



38. The evaluation process begins with smelling samples and [breaking / breaked] them to see if they sound crisp.



39. The evaluation process begins with smelling samples and breaking them to see [if / that] they sound crisp.



40. Then I [breath / breathe] out through my nose to identify the smell.



41. Then [come / comes] the actual tasting.



42. Then comes the actual [tasting / tasted].


 

영비홍 1-RM2


43. As soon as one is [done / doing], I spit it back out and wait for a while.



44. As soon as one is done, I spit it back out and [wait / waits] for a while.



45. I have to keep my mouth [ready / readyly] and lively so that my evaluation may be as objective as possible.



46. I have to keep my mouth ready and lively [too / so] that my evaluation may be as objective as possible.



47. I have to keep my mouth ready and lively so that my evaluation may be as [objective / objectively] as possible.



48. Keen observation skills and a good [understanding / understanded] of basic concepts of chemistry are required, and a degree in Food Technology is recommended.


 

영비홍 2-1


49. Here are some tips from three teenage fashion leaders on how to experiment and [find / finds] your own style.



50. Likewise, you can showcase your own charm and individuality with your own unique style, [it / which] can become a part of your personal image: a signature style.



51. Think of Steve Jobs, and a figure of a man [wearing / weared] a black shirt and blue jeans might pop into your head.



52. Wide pants, a [striping / striped] shirt, a baseball cap: walk down the street and you'll see what's in fashion.


 

영비홍 2-2


53. If you like a certain color, you can try various shades like I did, and [find / finds] one that suits you.



54. One day, I realized that green has many shades, so I experimented with various shades of green and eventually, I found that a deep [green / greenly]helps me look great.



55. One day, I realized that green has many shades, so I experimented with various shades of green and eventually, I found that a deep green helps me look [great / greatly].


 

영비홍 2-3


56. Choosing a mixture of analogous and complementary colors together, [calling / called] split complementary colors, can be tricky but results in a calmer look than a combination of complementary colors.



57. Choosing a mixture of analogous and complementary colors together, [calling / called] split complementary colors, can be tricky but results in a calmer look than a combination of complementary colors.



58. Choosing a mixture of analogous and complementary colors together, called split complementary colors, [to / can] be tricky but results in a calmer look than a combination of complementary colors.



59. Choosing a mixture of analogous and complementary colors together, called split complementary colors, can be tricky but [result / results] in a calmer look than a combination of complementary colors.



60. Choosing a mixture of analogous and complementary colors together, called split complementary colors, can be tricky but [results from / results in]a calmer look than a combination of complementary colors.



61. Combining analogous colors [is / are] one of the easiest ways of matching colors that will give you an elegant look, for example, a yellow shirt on top of green pants.



62. Combining analogous colors is one of the easiest ways of matching [color / colors] that will give you an elegant look, for example, a yellow shirt on top of green pants.



63. There are three simple ways to use the color wheel: combining analogous colors, [choosed / choosing] complementary colors, and mixing together analogous and complementary colors.



64. There are three simple ways to use the color wheel: combining analogous colors, choosing complementary colors, and [mix / mixing]together analogous and complementary colors.



65. Unless your signature style is to wear colors that clash, [used / using] the color wheel will help you choose colors that are natural and pleasing to the eye.



66. Unless your signature style is to wear colors that clash, using the color wheel will help you choose colors that are natural and [pleasing / pleased] to the eye.



67. [Choos / Choosing] a mixture of analogous and complementary colors together, called split complementary colors, can be tricky but results in a calmer look than a combination of complementary colors.



68. [Choos / Choosing] complementary colors, like wearing a green skirt with red shoes, creates a bold impression.



69. [Combin / Combining] analogous colors is one of the easiest ways of matching colors that will give you an elegant look, for example, a yellow shirt on top of green pants.


 

영비홍 2-4


70. I spend a lot of time at school in my uniform, so I don't pay too much attention [whating / to what] I wear.



71. I spend a lot of time at school in my uniform, so I don't pay too much attention to [that / what] I wear.



72. Mixing and matching clothes [is / are] a lot of fun!


 

영비홍 2-5


73. AFTER/ The frames do not cover the eyebrows, [made / making] him look less strict.



74. BEFORE/ The frames cover the eyebrows, [made / making] him look strict.



75. Eyebrows can be so expressive, and [cover / covering] them with your frames may hide the feelings you express, eventually making you look strict.



76. I spend a lot of time [choosing / to choose] my eye glasses because they can be an important part of my look.



77. One of the simplest ways to develop your own style is to pay attention to [accessorie / accessories] like shoes, hats, glasses, or watches.



78. People tend to make purchasing decisions about frames in terms of material or color, but [notes / note] many think about their eyebrows.



79. When I choose frames, I think [to / of] my face shape.


 

영비홍 2-6


80. A few artistic souls went further to begin dancing in klompen, [it / which] makes a pleasant series of rhythms, eventually providing a basis for modern tap dancing.



81. Climate plays a key role in [how / what] we wear, and the way we live as a whole.



82. Climate plays a key role in [that / what] we wear, and the way we live as a whole.



83. In India, [there / where] staying cool is very important, a pair of wide pants made of light and soft fabric seemed to be the perfect way to stay cool.



84. In India, where staying [cool / coolly] is very important, a pair of wide pants made of light and soft fabric seemed to be the perfect way to stay cool.



85. In India, where staying cool is very important, a pair of wide pants made [of / from] light and soft fabric seemed to be the perfect way to stay cool.



86. In the Netherlands, for example, [there / where] one fourth of its land area is located below sea level, an interesting form of shoes developed as a way of getting around the muddy roads.



87. In the Netherlands, for example, where one fourth of its land area is located below sea level, an [interesting / interested] form of shoes developed as a way of getting around the muddy roads.



88. In the Netherlands, for example, where one fourth of its land area is located below sea level, an [interesting / interested] form of shoes developed as a way of getting around the muddy roads.



89. It was originally [making / made] from seal skin, and its surface had to be cared for regularly with fish oil for constant water resistance.



90. It was originally made from [seal / to seal] skin, and its surface had to be cared for regularly with fish oil for constant water resistance.



91. It was originally made from seal skin, and its surface had [to be cared / being cared] for regularly with fish oil for constant water resistance.



92. Now, it is a modern winter necessity, [come / coming] in a variety of styles and colors.



93. The British rulers at the time liked the idea and [spread / spreads] the Indian pajamas to the rest of the world, helping them to arrive in our bedrooms.



94. The British rulers at the time liked the idea and spread the Indian pajamas to the rest of the world, [helped / helping] them to arrive in our bedrooms.



95. The Inuit had to fight the cold and the wind, and came up with the idea of [wearing / weared] a heavy jacket called an anorak.



96. The Inuit had to fight the cold and the wind, and came up with the idea of wearing a heavy jacket [calling / called] an anorak.



97. The old saying [that / what] necessity is the mother of invention does make sense, and some good inventions seem to spread quickly and easily.



98. Wooden shoes, [calling / called] klompen, were the perfect tool to keep farmers' feet dry while working in wet areas.



99. Wooden shoes, called klompen, [was / were] the perfect tool to keep farmers' feet dry while working in wet areas.



100. Wooden shoes, called klompen, were the perfect tool to keep farmers' feet dry while [working / worked] in wet areas.


 

영비홍 3-1


101. It makes sense to try to live in a way that does not harm the environment, but [is / are] it easy to go green?


 

영비홍 3-2


102. It is a special garbage bag that can be filled with [using / used], but still usable items.



103. People can help [them / themselves] to anything they like.



104. Placing the bag [on outside / outside on] the pavement makes whatever is in it available to anyone in the community.



105. Placing the bag outside on the pavement makes [however / whatever]is in it available to anyone in the community.



106. [Place / Placing] the bag outside on the pavement makes whatever is in it available to anyone in the community.


 

영비홍 3-3


107. Having been [founding / founded] to tackle this problem on a local scale, the online platform, "foodsharing∙de" allows extra food in your fridge or cupboard to be distributed to neighbors.



108. Having been founded to tackle this problem on a local scale, the online platform, "foodsharing∙de" allows extra food in your fridge or cupboard [to be distributed / being distributed] to neighbors.



109. This project may change the way people think about food: if food is not shared, [it / which] is wasted.



110. [Having founded / Having been founded] to tackle this problem on a local scale, the online platform, "foodsharing∙de" allows extra food in your fridge or cupboard to be distributed to neighbors.


 

영비홍 3-4


111. A cookie forms the main structure, with a white chocolate layer on the inside and a thin layer of sugar paper on the [outside / outside it].



112. Every year, people in the U.S. use over 100 billion disposable cups, and Koreans dispose [over of / of over] 15 billion cups each year.



113. This structure allows you to drink coffee without finding yourself [to hold / holding] a soaked mess.



114. This structure allows you to drink coffee without finding yourself holding a [soaking / soaked] mess.



115. Waste Not Drink and [eat / eats] it!



116. You can think [to / of] it as a treat for coffee!



117. [Use / Using] disposable cups may be convenient, but it is not necessarily eco-friendly.


 

영비홍 3-5


118. A designer thought [if that / that if] he could create fonts that have tiny holes in them, he might be able to make more efficient use of the amount of ink used.



119. A designer thought that if he [have / could] create fonts that have tiny holes in them, he might be able to make more efficient use of the amount of ink used.



120. A designer thought that if he could create fonts that have tiny holes in them, he might be able to make more [efficient / efficiently] use of the amount of ink used.



121. Another green strategy is to use less ink, [it / which] is what many people already do.



122. But what if you [have / could] take it a step further?



123. Many green strategies [focus / focus on] using less paper, like printing on both sides.



124. What can you [to do / do to] go green when you have 500 photocopies to make?


 

영비홍 3-6


125. It is about becoming aware [of / that] your own wasteful ways and then helping others become aware of theirs.



126. When you go one step further and [help / helps] others do them too, you are an activist and big changes can happen.


 

영비홍 4-1


127. However, I forced [me / myself] to stay awake to begin my trip in earnest.



128. However, I forced myself to stay awake [begining / to begin] my trip in earnest.



129. I had never been abroad by [me / myself], and I was a bit worried, but after the long flight for twelve hours, I was pleased to be greeted by my cousin at Leonardo da Vinci International Airport in Rome.



130. I had never been abroad by myself, and I was a bit worried, but after the long flight for twelve hours, I was [pleasing / pleased] to be greeted by my cousin at Leonardo da Vinci International Airport in Rome.



131. I had never been abroad by myself, and I was a bit worried, but after the long flight for twelve hours, I was [pleasing / pleased] to be greeted by my cousin at Leonardo da Vinci International Airport in Rome.



132. I had never been abroad by myself, and I was a bit worried, but after the long flight for twelve hours, I was pleased [to be greeted / being greeted] by my cousin at Leonardo da Vinci International Airport in Rome.



133. I was thrilled when my cousin, Suji, [inviting / invited] me to Italy, a country in southern Europe that looks like a boot.



134. She had a few days [from off / off from] studying music in a conservatory, so we could spend a week together in Rome and Venice.


 

영비홍 4-2


135. As I reached [to / X] the top of the stairs inside, I looked down and I could almost hear the cheer of the crowd.



136. As I reached the top of the stairs [inside / to], I looked down and I could almost hear the cheer of the crowd.



137. It [amazing / amazed] me to think that people could build such a structure without modern construction equipment.



138. Nowadays, we can only see a part of [how / what] was once the greatest structure in the ancient world.



139. The Colosseum has eighty arches [through them / through which]about fifty thousand people could go in and out in fifteen minutes!



140. The Colosseum has eighty arches through which about fifty thousand people could [go / go in] and out in fifteen minutes!


 

영비홍 4-3


141. I found [it / them] interesting that even on the other side of the world, people still wish for simple things like happiness, love, and marriage.



142. I found it [interesting / interested] that even on the other side of the world, people still wish for simple things like happiness, love, and marriage.



143. I found it [interesting / interested] that even on the other side of the world, people still wish for simple things like happiness, love, and marriage.



144. I threw one over my shoulder, [wished / wishing] a return to Italy someday.



145. Legend says that a single coin [throwing / thrown] into the fountain will ensure a return to Rome, a second coin will bring true love, and a third coin marriage!



146. Suji and I walked along a path [leading / leaded] away from the Colosseum and heard the sound of falling water.


 

영비홍 4-4


147. After [looking / looked] around, we walked out to see many people lined up in front of a small store where green apple gelato was served.



148. After looking [around / to], we walked out to see many people lined up in front of a small store where green apple gelato was served.



149. Although I knew photographs are not allowed, the masterpiece was [so / too] impressive that I almost took one.



150. I was [overwhelming / overwhelmed], however, by the collection of sculptures and paintings in the Vatican Museums.



151. In fact, it takes only thirty minutes [walking / to walk] from one border to the other!



152. In fact, it takes only thirty minutes to walk from one border [for / to] the other!



153. It is known [to / as] the smallest state in the world.



154. Suji convinced me to wait in line [over for / for over] twenty minutes saying that it would be worth it.



155. The Creation of Adam, one of Michelangelo's [masterpiece / masterpieces], on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, still lingers in my mind.


 

영비홍 4-5

 

영비홍 4-6


156. After [looking / looked] around for a while, I bought small glasses for my parents.



157. After looking [for around / around for] a while, I bought small glasses for my parents.



158. After some wandering, I was [enough lucky / lucky enough] to meet a group of tourists my age from Britain.



159. But what truly made me [stop / to stop] and stare in wonder were the beautiful buildings surrounding all three sides of the square.



160. I [have never seen / had never seen] so many pigeons in my life.



161. I said goodbye to my British friends and [walking / walked] to St_ Mark's Square, one of the prime attractions of Venice.



162. I said goodbye to my British friends and walked to St_ Mark's Square, one of the prime [attraction / attractions] of Venice.



163. The bridge [it / itself] was as elegant as people say it is, but I was more impressed by the beautiful view of the canal from the steps of the bridge.



164. The bridge itself was as elegant as people say it is, but I was more [impressing / impressed] by the beautiful view of the canal from the steps of the bridge.



165. They were [so / too] used to being around people that they would wait until people weren't paying attention and then steal their crackers!



166. They were so used to [be / being] around people that they would wait until people weren't paying attention and then steal their crackers!



167. They were so used to being around people that they would wait until people weren't paying attention and then [steal / stealing] their crackers!



168. Within moments, the [winding / winded] alleys made my map almost useless.



169. Within moments, the winding alleys made my map almost [useless / uselessly].


 

영비홍 4-7


170. I was [disappointing / disappointed] to find out the fare to ride the Grand Canal by myself was so expensive that I could not afford it.



171. I was [disappointing / disappointed] to find out the fare to ride the Grand Canal by myself was so expensive that I could not afford it.



172. I was disappointed to find out the fare to ride the Grand Canal by [me / myself] was so expensive that I could not afford it.



173. I was disappointed to find out the fare to ride the Grand Canal by myself was [so / too] expensive that I could not afford it.



174. My trip to Venice would not be complete without a gondola ride along the Grand Canal, [it / which] snakes through the city in a large S shape.



175. The moment I was turning back, I saw my British tourist friends walking [forward / toward] the ticket office.



176. We had a nice chat, took some great pictures, and [exchanging / exchanged] email addresses before we got off the gondola.


 

영비홍 4-8


177. People say that the world is a book, and that those who do not travel read only one of the [page / pages] in it.


 

영비홍 5-1


178. On October 13, 2010, thirty three Chilean miners who had been [buriing / buried] inside the San José mine for 69 days were finally rescued.



179. On October 13, 2010, thirty three Chilean miners who had been [burying / buried] inside the San José mine for 69 days were finally rescued.



180. The [Amazing / Amazed] Story of the 33 / Alone in the Dark.



181. The [Amazing / Amazed] Story of the 33 / Alone in the Dark.



182. The miners [locking / locked] in below did not give up in the dark, nor did their families above ground surrender to despair.



183. The miners locked in below did not give up in the dark, nor [their families / did their families] above ground surrender to despair.


 

영비홍 5-2


184. A massive piece of the nearby mountain [have broken / had broken]off, burying almost all the layers of the mine.



185. A massive piece of the nearby mountain had broken [off / to], burying almost all the layers of the mine.



186. A massive piece of the nearby mountain had broken off, [buryed / burying] almost all the layers of the mine.



187. A small exploratory hole was drilled on August 22, and the camera captured a message that said, "We are still [live / alive].



188. Almost immediately after the vibrations began, they heard a sudden huge explosion, and the whole mine filled up [with / for] dust and rock.



189. As the days passed, Chileans grew increasingly uncertain that any of the miners [have survived / had survived].



190. On August 5, 2010, [around at / at around] lunch break, miners digging for copper and gold started to feel vibrations in the earth.



191. Soon, a video camera was sent down 700 meters deep and [capturing / captured] the first images of the miners, all clearly in good health.


 

영비홍 5-3


192. Another factor which bothered the miners severely was the [high / highly] heat and humidity of the shelter.



193. Each miner [have lost / had lost] an average of 8 kilograms by the time they were rescued.



194. For eighteen days, each person had to live on two spoonfuls of tuna, a mouthful of milk, bits of crackers, and a bite of [canning / canned] fruit every other day.



195. The miners were lucky to have an air tunnel that allowed enough fresh air [reaching / to reach] them.



196. The miners were lucky to have an air tunnel that allowed enough fresh air to reach [to / X] them.



197. They also [have broken / had broken] trucks from which they could charge the batteries of their head lamps.



198. They also had broken trucks [from them / from which] they could charge the batteries of their head lamps.


 

영비홍 5-4


199. For example, José Henríquez, a religious man, tried to keep morale up, and Yonni Barrios, [whose / who] had had some medical training, helped other miners with their health problems.



200. For example, José Henríquez, a religious man, tried to keep morale up, and Yonni Barrios, who had had some medical training, [helping / helped]other miners with their health problems.



201. For this purpose, a [special / specially] designed capsule was built.



202. It createn a tunnel [enough large / large enough] to lift them one by one.



203. More than 1,400 news reporters from all over the world, together with the family members of the miners, [gathering / gathered] to watch the rescue process.



204. More than 1,400 news reporters from all over the world, together with the family members of the miners, gathered to watch the rescue [process / to process].



205. They all knew [if that / that if] their social structure broke down, their problems would become more serious and did what they could do best.



206. They all knew that if their social structure broke down, their problems [have / would] become more serious and did what they could do best.



207. They all knew that if their social structure broke down, their problems would become more serious and did [that / what] they could do best.



208. They organized [them / themselves] into a society where each person had one vote.


 

영비홍 5-5


209. "The 69 days [during them / during which] we tried so hard were not useless.



210. "The 69 days during which we tried so hard [was / were] not useless.



211. Luis Urzúa, [whose / who] had taken a major role as a democratic leader while underground, was the last one to come up to the surface on October 13.



212. Luis Urzúa, who [have taken / had taken] a major role as a democratic leader while underground, was the last one to come up to the surface on October 13.



213. Luis Urzúa, who had taken a major role as a democratic leader while underground, [was / were] the last one to come up to the surface on October 13.



214. Luis Urzúa, who had taken a major role as a democratic leader while underground, [was / were] the last one to come up to the surface on October 13.



215. Luis Urzúa, who had taken a major role as a democratic leader while underground, [were / was] the last one to come up to the surface on October 13.



216. On October 12, the first rescue worker was sent downward to the miners, [whose / who] greeted him with nervous relief.



217. Then, the rescuers and the [rescuing / rescued] began singing the Chilean national anthem with the thousands of joyous people who came to support the operation, celebrating the heroics and the humanity of all those involved.



218. Then, the rescuers and the rescued began singing the Chilean national anthem with the thousands of joyous people who came to support the operation, [celebrated / celebrating] the heroics and the humanity of all those involved.



219. They had been [trapping / trapped] for so long that their first priority was to get medical attention.



220. They had been [trapping / trapped] for so long that their first priority was to get medical attention.



221. They had been trapped for [so / too] long that their first priority was to get medical attention.


 

영비홍 5-RM


222. In an emergency, such as the capsule [getting / getted] stuck in the rescue hole, the bottom could be opened from the inside so that the miner could be lowered back down to the shelter.



223. In an emergency, such as the capsule getting stuck in the rescue hole, the bottom could be [opening / opened] from the inside so that the miner could be lowered back down to the shelter.



224. In an emergency, such as the capsule getting stuck in the rescue hole, the bottom could be opened from the inside [too / so] that the miner could be lowered back down to the shelter.



225. It also had a communication system [too / so] that the miners could speak to the surface while being lifted up.



226. It also had a communication system so that the miners could speak to the surface while [lifted / being lifted] up.



227. Thanks to the capsule and the [organizing / organized] rescue efforts, the miners put an end to their life of darkness.



228. The bottom of the capsule held three tanks of air, [it / which] would provide enough air for one person to breathe for about 90 minutes.



229. The bottom of the capsule held three tanks of air, which would provide enough air for one person to [breath / breathe] for about 90 minutes.



230. The bottom of the capsule held three tanks of air, which would provide enough air for one person to breathe [about for / for about] 90 minutes.



231. The device was nearly 3.95 meters [high / highly] on the outside, and the inside was 1.9 meters high and about 51 centimeters across, which was just enough room for an adult male.



232. The device was nearly 3.95 meters high on the [outside / to], and the inside was 1.9 meters high and about 51 centimeters across, which was just enough room for an adult male.



233. The device was nearly 3.95 meters high on the outside, and the inside was 1.9 meters high and about 51 centimeters across, [it / which] was just enough room for an adult male.



234. When [mobilizing / mobilized] by the rescue team, the Fénix was equipped with an emergency oxygen supply.



235. When they stepped out of the capsule door to meet their [loving / loved] ones, the designers of the Fénix shared in the joy;.



236. When they stepped out of the capsule door to meet their loved ones, the designers of the Fénix [sharing / shared] in the joy;.



237. [Painting / Painted] in the red, white, and blue colors of Chile, the Fénix looked like a military missile.



238. [Thanks to / Thanks for] the capsule and the organized rescue efforts, the miners put an end to their life of darkness.



239. their efforts [resulted from / resulted in] the saving of 33 lives.


 

영비홍 6-1


240. Advertisements cover cars and buildings, TV commercials shout slogans, and pop-up promotions on the Internet can be [annoying / annoyed].



241. At the same time, without decisions to make, [beed / being] a consumer would be easier but much less interesting.



242. At the same time, without decisions to make, [is / being] a consumer would be easier but much less interesting.



243. At the same time, without decisions to make, being a consumer [will / would] be easier but much less interesting.



244. At the same time, without decisions to make, being a consumer would be easier but much less [interesting / interested].



245. Since we can't have everything we want, we have to make the resources that we have go as far [as / so] possible.



246. [Be / Being] a consumer is tough these days.


 

영비홍 6-2


247. If the jeans [have / were] originally 100 but are now on sale for 80, the lower price would lead more customers to consider buying the jeans and spending another 20 on a T-shirt, too.



248. If the jeans were originally 100 but [is / are] now on sale for 80, the lower price would lead more customers to consider buying the jeans and spending another 20 on a T-shirt, too.



249. If the jeans were originally 100 but are now on sale for 80, the lower price would lead more customers [considering / to consider] buying the jeans and spending another 20 on a T-shirt, too.



250. If the jeans were originally 100 but are now on sale for 80, the lower price would lead more customers to consider [to buy / buying] the jeans and spending another 20 on a T-shirt, too.



251. Sales reduce inventory size, [made / making] room for the store to buy more stuff to sell, and they attract customers.



252. The bottom line is that sales attract customers that might not have made purchases at the [regular / regularly] price, and they motivate customers to spend because their money can now buy more.



253. The bottom line is that sales attract customers that might not have made purchases at the regular price, and they motivate customers [spending / to spend] because their money can now buy more.


 

영비홍 6-3


254. Is this worth [payed / paying] 25, 50, or even 100 more?



255. Well, [what / that]'s up to each individual to decide on his or her own.



256. When advertisers associate appealing images with certain products, consumers may buy the products to associate [them / themselves] with those images.


 

영비홍 6-4


257. "Have you ever been [offering / offered] to buy something that you had not planned on buying?



258. "Have you ever been [offering / offered] to buy something that you had not planned on buying?



259. "Have you ever been offered to buy something that you [have not planned / had not planned] on buying?



260. A sales clerk may make suggestions to you about [how / what] else to buy in addition to your originally planned purchase.



261. A sales clerk may make suggestions to you about what else to buy [in addition / in addition to] your originally planned purchase.



262. A sales clerk may make suggestions to you about what else to buy in addition [to / for] your originally planned purchase.



263. No one can tell you [that / what] you shouldn't buy something that really suits you, but remember that the arrangement of items in a store is not random.



264. No one can tell you that you shouldn't buy something that really suits you, but [remember / remembers] that the arrangement of items in a store is not random.



265. Product placement seems to [be / have] been designed to give subtle suggestions to consumers while they shop.



266. Product placement seems to have been [designing / designed] to give subtle suggestions to consumers while they shop.



267. Product placement seems to have been [designing / designed] to give subtle suggestions to consumers while they shop.



268. This is [calling / called] up-selling and it's designed to be not only helpful for you, but also for the store's bottom line.



269. This is called [up-selling / up-selled] and it's designed to be not only helpful for you, but also for the store's bottom line.


 

영비홍 6-5


270. "[Instead of / Instead for] deliberating, you choose the easy way and make your decisions automatically.



271. Furthermore, if a cashier recommends [to someth / something], you may feel as if you "needed" it all along.



272. Well, when your brain is loaded with too many decisions [making / to make], it may go on "autopilot.



273. Well, when your brain is loaded with too many decisions to make, [it / which] may go on "autopilot.



274. What's going [in on / on in] your head?


 

영비홍 6-6


275. In the jungle of information, you may feel [overwhelmed / overwhelming].



276. In the jungle of information, you may feel [overwhelming / overwhelmed].



277. In the jungle of information, you may feel [overwhelming / overwhelmed].



278. There isn't a "right" answer for everyone because we have different tastes and different values, but the first step is to be aware [of / that] your "autopilot" mode.



279. Would my money [be / is] better spent on something else?



280. [Be / Being] a smart consumer is not something that comes naturally.



281. [preventing / to prevent] this, ask yourself these questions before you make any purchase.


 

영비홍 6-RM


282. At the same time, consumers benefit [because of / because for] the variety of food that is available.



283. Customers can pay online, select a time, [stand / standing] on an 'X' marked outside the building, and wait for the parachute with their name on it.



284. Customers can pay online, select a time, stand on an 'X' marked outside the building, and [wait / waits] for the parachute with their name on it.



285. Food trucks can move [around / to], and many sell food that originated in other countries like Mexico, China, Brazil, and Turkey.



286. For example, one of many recently popular food [truck / trucks], called Kogi, sells a mix of BBQ from Korea and food from Mexico.



287. For example, one of many recently popular food trucks, [calling / called]Kogi, sells a mix of BBQ from Korea and food from Mexico.



288. For example, one of many recently popular food trucks, [calling / called]Kogi, sells a mix of BBQ from Korea and food from Mexico.



289. For example, one of many recently popular food trucks, called Kogi, [sell / sells] a mix of BBQ from Korea and food from Mexico.



290. In the [crowding / crowded] cities in Vietnam, people usually keep their doors open, so cooking and eating food on the street is natural.



291. In the crowded cities in Vietnam, people usually keep their doors [open / openly], so cooking and eating food on the street is natural.



292. People run street food booths around the world for a number of reasons, such as to get an opportunity to open their own business on a budget, [for sell / to sell] food in a lively place, or to promote their own special recipe.



293. People run street food booths around the world for a number of reasons, such as to get an opportunity to open their own business on a budget, to sell food in a lively place, or [to / X] promote their own special recipe.



294. These recipes are often handed down from the mother of the family [for / to] her children.



295. This gave [rise / rise to] a unique restaurant called Jafflechutes, which sells sandwiches by parachute.



296. This gave rise to a unique restaurant [calling / called] Jafflechutes, which sells sandwiches by parachute.



297. This gave rise to a unique restaurant called Jafflechutes, [it / which] sells sandwiches by parachute.



298. [Instead of / Instead for] customers coming up, they thought why not send sandwiches down?


 

영비홍 7-1


299. Some scientists [have been studyed / have been studying] how the lowly mosquito is able to bite us without us knowing.



300. This is what "biomimetics" is [about / about it].


 

영비홍 7-2


301. People [who / which] study biomimetics look to solve human problems by copying how nature does it.


 

영비홍 7-3


302. Inspired by termite mounds, Mike Pearce, an African architect, [constructing / constructed] a building in Zimbabwe and another in Australia using the same passive cooling techniques.



303. Some termite mounds can reach [to / X] 7 meters in height.



304. Termite mounds are built in a way that hot air rises out and cool air comes [through in / in through] the bottom.



305. There is another [amazing / amazed] fact about termite mounds:.



306. These buildings were 10 cheaper to build because less money was spent on air [moving / to mov] equipment, and this design reduced cooling energy costs by 35.



307. [Inspiring / Inspired] by termite mounds, Mike Pearce, an African architect, constructed a building in Zimbabwe and another in Australia using the same passive cooling techniques.



308. even though the temperature outside can [vary / vary from] 40 degrees Celsius during the day to 1 degree Celsius at night, it is always about 30 degrees Celsius inside.



309. even though the temperature outside can vary from 40 degrees Celsius during the day [for / to] 1 degree Celsius at night, it is always about 30 degrees Celsius inside.



310. even though the temperature outside can vary from 40 degrees Celsius during the day to 1 degree Celsius at night, [it / which] is always about 30 degrees Celsius inside.



311. even though the temperature outside can vary from 40 degrees Celsius during the day to 1 degree Celsius at night, it is always about 30 degrees Celsius [inside / inside it].


 

영비홍 7-4


312. The end result is that the airplane winglets [help keep / help keeping]planes smaller, saving about 10 in fuel costs.



313. The end result is that the airplane winglets help keep planes smaller, [saved / saving] about 10 in fuel costs.



314. The engineers thought [if that / that if] it worked for birds, why not for airplanes?



315. The engineers thought [that / what] if it worked for birds, why not for airplanes?



316. These are [calling / called] "winglets" and they may look neat, but they have measurable benefits.



317. They found that the tips smooth the flow of air, [it / which] helps them conserve energy when flying.



318. They found that the tips smooth the flow of air, which helps them conserve energy when [flying / flyed].



319. This is beneficial not just for the environment [but / so] for passengers' wallets, too.


 

영비홍 7-5


320. A sea urchin mouth looks a lot like a five-fingered claw you might see while [to try / trying] to pick up prizes at the arcade.



321. A sea urchin mouth looks a lot like a five-fingered claw you might see while [trying / tried] to pick up prizes at the arcade.



322. Amazingly, a design [developed / developing] naturally in the deep sea may soon be seen in deep space.



323. Amazingly, a design developed naturally in the deep sea may soon [be / is] seen in deep space.



324. The efficiency of this natural design [is now testing / is now being tested] for incorporation into missions in space.



325. When small robots are sent to another planet to collect soil samples, the standard method is to use [inefficient something / something inefficient]like a small shovel.


 

영비홍 7-6


326. Because there is still so much we do not know about nature, there is still much [lefting / left] to discover.



327. When we observe nature, we can be [amazing / amazed] by its beauty and its grand scale.


 

영비홍 8-1


328. Likewise, a painting can inspire a musician to create music [in them / in which] you can almost see different colors and shapes.



329. These interactions between artists can have unexpected results, [produced / producing] works of art that have strong visual, auditory or emotional influences on people.



330. Where Sound, Color and Letters Meet A piece of work in one field can inspire artists in another field to create [new something / something new].


 

영비홍 8-2


331. He felt as if wild and powerful lines [appeared / appeared in] front of him.



332. However, in his early 30's, he had an unusual visual experience while [looking / looked] at Monet's Haystacks.



333. In his paintings, for example, yellow is linked with the sound of the trumpet and blue with [that / those] of the cello.



334. Kandinsky studied law and economics and [was / were] successful in his law career.



335. [each / many] time he stroked the canvas with his brush, he might have intended to turn a series of musical notes into visual forms.


 

영비홍 8-3


336. After [visiting / visited] a memorial exhibition of Hartmann's works, Mussorgsky composed a piano suite in 10 movements to describe each of Hartmann's paintings displayed at the exhibition.



337. After visiting a memorial exhibition of Hartmann's works, Mussorgsky composed a piano suite in 10 movements to describe each of Hartmann's [painting / paintings] displayed at the exhibition.



338. Anyone [who / which] listens to the movements can associate the melodies with what they see in Hartmann's paintings.



339. Anyone who listens to the movements can associate the melodies with [how / what] they see in Hartmann's paintings.



340. Anyone who listens to the movements can associate the melodies with [that / what] they see in Hartmann's paintings.



341. One of his most frequently performed piano [work / works], Pictures at an Exhibition, was composed in his efforts to capture what he felt about the paintings of an artist friend named Viktor Hartmann, who died at the early age of 39.



342. One of his most frequently performed piano works, Pictures at an Exhibition, [was / were] composed in his efforts to capture what he felt about the paintings of an artist friend named Viktor Hartmann, who died at the early age of 39.



343. One of his most frequently performed piano works, Pictures at an Exhibition, [was / were] composed in his efforts to capture what he felt about the paintings of an artist friend named Viktor Hartmann, who died at the early age of 39.



344. One of his most frequently performed piano works, Pictures at an Exhibition, was composed in his efforts to capture [that / what] he felt about the paintings of an artist friend named Viktor Hartmann, who died at the early age of 39.



345. One of his most frequently performed piano works, Pictures at an Exhibition, was composed in his efforts to capture what he felt about the paintings of an artist friend named Viktor Hartmann, [whose / who] died at the early age of 39.



346. While Mussorgsky was writing the melodies, he [must / should] have wanted to translate the stories in the paintings into his musical language.


 

영비홍 8-4


347. For example, Felix Mendelssohn was inspired after [reading / readed]Shakespeare's play, A Midsummer Night's Dream, at the age of 17 and began to compose a piece of music to capture the magic and fantasy in Shakespeare's imaginary world.



348. Marc Chagall, [known for / known to] his use of dreamy colors, was also moved by the play and drew a painting with the same title, Midsummer Night's Dream.



349. Marc Chagall, known for his use of dreamy colors, [was / were] also moved by the play and drew a painting with the same title, Midsummer Night's Dream.



350. Marc Chagall, known for his use of dreamy colors, [was / were] also moved by the play and drew a painting with the same title, Midsummer Night's Dream.



351. Marc Chagall, known for his use of dreamy colors, [were / was] also moved by the play and drew a painting with the same title, Midsummer Night's Dream.



352. The Wedding March is one of the best known [piece / pieces] from the suite.


 

영비홍 8-5


353. Air [breathing / breathed] in has to be breathed out in one way or another.



354. Air breathed in has [to be breathed / being breathed] out in one way or another.



355. Maybe, they knew we would interpret their works accordingly, [noticed / noticing] the melodies, colors, shapes, and the words influencing each other.



356. Maybe, they knew we would interpret their works accordingly, noticing the melodies, colors, shapes, and the words [influencing / influenced] each other.



357. The English word "inspire" originally meant "to [breath / breathe] in."



358. The English word "inspire" originally meant "to breathe [in / in it]."



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