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1 ▶ Phrase Check ▶ Word Check ☞ Write the meanings of the words. ☞ Choose the correct word or phrase for each blank History the other half, from melting, were able to, the most famous, are covered with 18. Half of the Seokbinggo is underground, while ___________________________ is above ground. 19. The walls ___________________________ limestone to keep off moisture and water. 20. This structure cooled the inside of the Seokbinggo and kept the ice ________________________. 21. Only the kings and the upper class ___________________________ enjoy ice in summer. 22. _______________________ Seokbinggo is the one in Gyeongju, Province of Gyeongsangbuk-do. 1. imagine2. ancestor 3. possible4. refrigerator 5. freezer6. ancient 7. underground8. ceiling 9. granite10. airway 11. limestone12. moisture 13. structure14. melt 15. capital16. designate 17. upper class

2 ▶ Reading Comprehension Ⅰ ☞ Choose the best answer based on the article. Seokbinggo --ice store house Can you imagine passing the summer without ice? You enjoy ice cold drinks when it is hot. But do you know that Korean ancestors also had ice in summer? How was that possible? There was no refrigerator then. The secret is with the ‘Seokbinggo.’ Seokbinggo means a freezer made of rocks. It was an ancient ice store house found only in Korea. Thick ice was cut during winter and was kept in the Seokbinggo for use in summer. Half of the Seokbinggo is underground, while the other half is above ground. The floor, walls, and ceiling are made of granite and there is an airway. The walls are covered with limestone to keep off moisture and water. This structure cooled the inside of the Seokbinggo and kept the ice from melting. The Seokbinggo has a long history. According to records, the stored ice was first used from the Shilla period (57 BC AD). It was first used in King Yuri period ( ). Three centuries later, ice storage was widely used during King Jijeung period ( ). But unlike today, only the kings and the upper class were able to enjoy ice in summer. The most famous Seokbinggo is the one in Gyeongju, Province of Gyeongsangbuk-do. Gyeongju was the capital of ancient Shilla Kingdom. The Gyeongju Seokbinggo was designated as National Treasure No. 66 in History 23. What does Seokbinggo mean? ① It means a refrigerator made of rocks. ② It means a freezer made of rocks. ③ It means a refrigerator made of sand. ④ It means a freezer made of sand. 24. When was the stored ice first used according to the article? ① It was first used from the Joseon Kingdom. ② It was first used from the Koryo Dynasty. ③ It was first used from the Shilla period. ④ It was first used from the period of the Three States. 25. What is the opposite word of 'ancestor'? ① ancient ② descendant ③ astronaut ④ colleague

3 ▶ Reading Comprehension Ⅱ 26. Half of the Seokbinggo is underground, while the other half is above ground. ______ 27. Like today, everyone was able to enjoy ice in summer in the past. ______ ☞ Write True(T) or False(F) History Seokbinggo --ice store house Can you imagine passing the summer without ice? You enjoy ice cold drinks when it is hot. But do you know that Korean ancestors also had ice in summer? How was that possible? There was no refrigerator then. The secret is with the ‘Seokbinggo.’ Seokbinggo means a freezer made of rocks. It was an ancient ice store house found only in Korea. Thick ice was cut during winter and was kept in the Seokbinggo for use in summer. Half of the Seokbinggo is underground, while the other half is above ground. The floor, walls, and ceiling are made of granite and there is an airway. The walls are covered with limestone to keep off moisture and water. This structure cooled the inside of the Seokbinggo and kept the ice from melting. The Seokbinggo has a long history. According to records, the stored ice was first used from the Shilla period (57 BC AD). It was first used in King Yuri period ( ). Three centuries later, ice storage was widely used during King Jijeung period ( ). But unlike today, only the kings and the upper class were able to enjoy ice in summer. The most famous Seokbinggo is the one in Gyeongju, Province of Gyeongsangbuk-do. Gyeongju was the capital of ancient Shilla Kingdom. The Gyeongju Seokbinggo was designated as National Treasure No. 66 in ▶ Pop Quiz ☞ Match the following words with the correct synonym. 28. ancestor 29. structure 30. designate (a)arrangement, makeup (b)appoint (c)forefather

4 ▶ Phrase Check ▶ Word Check ☞ Write the meanings of the words. ☞ Choose the correct word or phrase for each blank History the other half, from melting, were able to, the most famous, are covered with 18. Half of the Seokbinggo is underground, while the other half is above ground. 19. The walls are covered with limestone to keep off moisture and water. 20. This structure cooled the inside of the Seokbinggo and kept the ice from melting. 21. Only the kings and the upper class were able to enjoy ice in summer. 22. The most famous Seokbinggo is the one in Gyeongju, Province of Gyeongsangbuk-do. 1. imagine [ 상상하다 ]2. ancestor [ 조상 ] 3. possible [ 가능한 ]4. refrigerator [ 냉장고 ] 5. freezer [ 냉동고 ]6. ancient [ 고대의, 아주 오래된 ] 7. underground [ 지하 ]8. ceiling [ 천장 ] 9. granite [ 화강암 ]10. airway [ 공기 통로 ] 11. limestone [ 석회암 ]12. moisture [ 수분, 습기 ] 13. structure [ 구조 ]14. melt [ 녹다 ] 15. capital [ 수도 ]16. designate [ 지정하다 ] 17. upper class [ 상류층 ]

5 ▶ Reading Comprehension Ⅰ ☞ Choose the best answer based on the article. Seokbinggo --ice store house Can you imagine passing the summer without ice? You enjoy ice cold drinks when it is hot. But do you know that Korean ancestors also had ice in summer? How was that possible? There was no refrigerator then. The secret is with the ‘Seokbinggo.’ Seokbinggo means a freezer made of rocks. It was an ancient ice store house found only in Korea. Thick ice was cut during winter and was kept in the Seokbinggo for use in summer. Half of the Seokbinggo is underground, while the other half is above ground. The floor, walls, and ceiling are made of granite and there is an airway. The walls are covered with limestone to keep off moisture and water. This structure cooled the inside of the Seokbinggo and kept the ice from melting. The Seokbinggo has a long history. According to records, the stored ice was first used from the Shilla period (57 BC AD). It was first used in King Yuri period ( ). Three centuries later, ice storage was widely used during King Jijeung period ( ). But unlike today, only the kings and the upper class were able to enjoy ice in summer. The most famous Seokbinggo is the one in Gyeongju, Province of Gyeongsangbuk-do. Gyeongju was the capital of ancient Shilla Kingdom. The Gyeongju Seokbinggo was designated as National Treasure No. 66 in History 23. What does Seokbinggo mean? [2] ① It means a refrigerator made of rocks. ② It means a freezer made of rocks. ③ It means a refrigerator made of sand. ④ It means a freezer made of sand. 24. When was the stored ice first used according to the article? [3] ① It was first used from the Joseon Kingdom. ② It was first used from the Koryo Dynasty. ③ It was first used from the Shilla period. ④ It was first used from the period of the Three States. 25. What is the opposite word of 'ancestor'? [2] ① ancient ② descendant ③ astronaut ④ colleague

6 ▶ Reading Comprehension Ⅱ 26. Half of the Seokbinggo is underground, while the other half is above ground. [T] 27. Like today, everyone was able to enjoy ice in summer in the past. [F] ☞ Write True(T) or False(F) History Seokbinggo --ice store house Can you imagine passing the summer without ice? You enjoy ice cold drinks when it is hot. But do you know that Korean ancestors also had ice in summer? How was that possible? There was no refrigerator then. The secret is with the ‘Seokbinggo.’ Seokbinggo means a freezer made of rocks. It was an ancient ice store house found only in Korea. Thick ice was cut during winter and was kept in the Seokbinggo for use in summer. Half of the Seokbinggo is underground, while the other half is above ground. The floor, walls, and ceiling are made of granite and there is an airway. The walls are covered with limestone to keep off moisture and water. This structure cooled the inside of the Seokbinggo and kept the ice from melting. The Seokbinggo has a long history. According to records, the stored ice was first used from the Shilla period (57 BC AD). It was first used in King Yuri period ( ). Three centuries later, ice storage was widely used during King Jijeung period ( ). But unlike today, only the kings and the upper class were able to enjoy ice in summer. The most famous Seokbinggo is the one in Gyeongju, Province of Gyeongsangbuk-do. Gyeongju was the capital of ancient Shilla Kingdom. The Gyeongju Seokbinggo was designated as National Treasure No. 66 in ▶ Pop Quiz ☞ Match the following words with the correct synonym. 28. ancestor 29. structure 30. designate (a)arrangement, makeup (b)appoint (c)forefather


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