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Simple greetings in some languages have interesting meanings. Zulu, a language with more than ten million speakers, ①is spoken mostly in South Africa. One common Zulu greeting is “sawubona”(/saubona/), ②which the listener replies “ngikhona”(/ngikona/). In English, they means “I see you,” and “I am here,” ③respectively. The Zulu people seem to be saying, “Until you recognize me, I don’t exist. A Zulu folk saying makes the meaning of the greetings clearer: “Umuntu ngumuntu ngabantu”(/oo-MOO-ntoo ngoo-MOO-ntoo ngah-BAH-ntoo/), which means “A person is a person ④because of other people.” As a casual daily conversation opener, “sawubona” and “ngikhona” may be as simple as “Hello. How are you?” and “Fine, thank you.” but the words actually have ⑤much deeper and more interesting meanings.
2. 위 글의 밑줄 친 부분 중, 어법상 틀린 것은?
3. <서술형>위 글에 나오는 Zulu어 인사말의 의미를 나타내도록 빈칸에 알맞은 말을 넣으시오. (단, 본문에 있는 단어의 어형을 바꿔 쓰세요.) ⓐexistence, ⓑrecognizing