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51.-54. sorularda, verilen Türkçe cümleye anlamca en yakın İngilizce cümleyi bulunuz.

51) Kuzey Amerika ve Avrupa gibi dünyanın gelişmiş bölgelerinde son zamanlarda hava ve su kalitesinde kayda değer ilerlemeler olmuştur.

A) There have been notable improvements recently in air and water quality in developed regions of the world such as North America and Europe.
B) There are very many remarkable improvements in air and water quality of developed regions of the world such as North America and Europe.
C) In recent times, air and water quality in developed regions of the world such as North America and Europe has seen a notable improvement.
D) In developed regions of the world such as North America and Europe, air and water quality has improved significantly.
E) There have been many improvements in both air and water quality of developed parts of the world, especially in North America and Europe.

52) O sırada Jane bizimle konserde olduğu için, büyük ihtimalle seni evden arayan Jane değildi.

A) Because we together went to the concert with Jane, it is unlikely that not Jane but somebody else called you.
B) It couldn’t have been Jane that you called, because I went to the concert with Jane.
C) As Jane was with us at the concert at the time, it can’t have been Jane who called you at home.
D) Most probably it wasn’t Jane who called you during the concert, since we were with Jane at the time.
E) It is highly likely that somebody called you at home during the concert, but you thought that it was Jane.

53) Romantik bir İngiliz edebiyatçısı olan William Wordsworth şiir yazmaya hala bir okul çocuğu iken başlamasına rağmen, şiirlerinden hiçbiri 1793’e kadar yayınlanmamıştır.

A) William Wordsworth, a romantic man of English literature, started writing poetry while he was still a schoolboy even though no poem of his had been printed until 1793.
B) Although William Wordsworth, a romantic English man of letters, had begun to write poetry while still a schoolboy, none of his poems was published until 1793.
C) None of William Wordsworth’s poems was published until 1793 while he had started to write poetry as a schoolboy.
D) William Wordsworth, a romantic man of English literature, started to write poetry while still a schoolboy, but he did not have them published until 1793.
E) As a romantic man of English literature, William Wordsworth had none of his poems published until 1793 after he had started to write poetry while he was still a schoolboy.
54) İngiliz kaşifler ilk tırmanışa 1922 yılı ilkbaharında başladığından bu yana kaşifler Everest Dağı’nın zirvesine ulaşmak için sayısız girişimde bulundu.

A) Since British explorers started their first climb in the spring of 1922, a great many attempts have been made by explorers to reach its summit.
B) Since the spring of 1922, when British explorers began the first ascent, explorers have been trying to reach the summit of Mount Everest.
C) After the first British explorers started the first attempt to climb Mount Everest in 1922, many more explorers tried to reach its summit.
D) British explorers have encouraged innumerable explorers to climb Mount Everest since their first ascent in the spring of 1922.
E) Explorers have made numerous attempts to reach the summit of Mount Everest since British explorers began the first ascent in the spring of 1922.

55-57. soruları, aşağıdaki paragrafa göre cevaplandırınız.

On September 28, 1891, an old man died quietly at 104 East Street, New York. He had been living there for 28 years, earning his living as a customs inspector. His death received three lines of notice in one newspaper. Today his name, Herman Melville, is one of the most famous in American Literature. The libraries hold not only his books but also books about him. His principal work, Mobby Dick, appears in a popular edition of the Ten Greatest Novels of the world. When first published in 1851, it was so neglected that for the rest of his life Melville thought of himself as a failure. It was published again in 1921, thirty years after his death and began gathering praise and acclaim. Its sales are now claiming toward the millions.

55) The point emphasized in the passage is that __________ .

A) Melville is the most important American literary figure and certainly the pioneer among them
B) only one novel of Melville’s was published when he was still alive and readers did not enjoy it
C) Melville was not regarded as important literary figure while alive but since his death he has become a famous writer
D) because of an unhappy life, Melville’s novels are concerned with pessimistic aspect of life
E) Melville gained neither money nor fame through his novels and died in obscurity

56) It is said in the passage that Melville _______ .

A) was not popular with readers owing to the contents of his novels
B) lived a shorter life than some of his contemporaries
C) left the copyright of his books to his descendants
D) had to do another job other than authorship to lead his life
E) tried every way to be accepted into literary circles
57) We learn from the passage that _______ .

A) when Mobby Dick was a failure, Melville gave up writing novels
B) everybody agrees that Mobby Dick is one of the ten greatest novels in the world
C) almost nobody noticed the death of Herman Melville, who was to become a famous writer
D) Mobby Dick has been published only twice though it is now a famous novel
E) Mobby Dick now sells millions of copies even in the remotest parts of the world

58-60. soruları, aşağıdaki paragrafa göre cevaplandırınız.

Hundreds, if not thousands, of women are murdered by their families each year in the name of family “honor.” It’s difficult to get exact numbers on the phenomenon of honor killing; the murders frequently go unreported, and the concept of family honor justifies the act in the eyes of some societies. Most honor killings occur in countries where the concept of women as a vehicle of the family reputation predominates. Reports submitted to the United Nations Commission on Human Rights show that honor killings only occur in underdeveloped countries.

58) We understand from the passage that in the act of honor killing, __________.

A) thousands of women are killed by another member of their own family
B) it is women who lose their lives for the honour of the family
C) an assassin or killer is hired to carry out this evil act
D) underdeveloped countries are followed by more developed countries
E) the number of the murdered women is intentionally kept a secret by officials

59) In the passage, it is said that the number of the victims of honour killings ________.

A) should be reduced or eliminated through strict laws
B) becomes lesser as the country becomes more developed
C) is correctly recorded by U.N. commission on Human rights
D) is directly related with the number of family members
E) isn’t known exactly because all the cases aren’t reported to officials
60) It can be concluded from the passage that honour killings _____________.

A) take place mostly because woman is seen as a medium of maintaining a family’s reputation
B) can only be prevented after the education level has been raised
C) require a large campaign and participation from all underdeveloped countries
D) have been around since the concept of women as a symbol of family came out
E) do not happen any more in underdeveloped countries with the help of U.N. Commission on Human Rights

61-63. soruları, aşağıdaki paragrafa göre cevaplandırınız.

Pets are animals kept for pleasure and friendship, usually domesticated and selectively bred for coexistence with human beings. Besides their value as loved and loving companions, pets serve utilitarian purposes, protecting homes and property, destroying pests, and providing means of transportation. They may also serve in an emotional way for the elderly or the childless. Recently, the benefit of pet-facilitated psychotherapy has been demonstrated. In addition, pets may be kept for their beauty or rarity or, in the case of birds, because of their songs.

61) It is said in the passage that ______________.

A) if the pet is a big one, it is hard for people to take care of it
B) using pets as a means of transportation is not as common as it was
C) most pets value their owners more that their own species
D) some pets are used by their owners to be protected from harmful insects in the house
E) pets have stronger emotions than their owners

62) We can conclude from the passage that _____.

A) those without any children may direct their emotions to their pets
B) rare animals certainly make better pets and bring money when sold
C) children make better friends with pets than older people do
D) birds are kept as pets only because of their songs
E) if we have a pet, we needn’t worry about the protection of our flats

63) The point emphasized in the passage is that ____________.

A) owning a pet might cause too much money for their owners
B) sometimes pets are better friends that the members of the family
C) therapy through pets should be made better use of in treating psychological disorders
D) many unpredicted problems may arise during the ownership of pets
E) pet owners may have various and different reasons for keeping a pet


64-66. soruları, aşağıdaki paragrafa göre cevaplandırınız.

The desire for a tan has been part of the Australian culture since the middle of the 20th century. This, combined with the fact that Australians are exposed to the highest levels of ultraviolet radiation exposure in the world, has led to an epidemic of skin cancer; as a result, Australia has the highest rate of skin cancer in the world. Public education campaigns about the dangers of UV radiation have resulted in a decline in skin cancer rates. However, even though most people know about the risks of UV exposure, increasing numbers of Australians are still using solariums to develop a tan.

64) It is clear in the passage that the Australians’ risk of skin cancer _______.

A) has been thoroughly resolved by public education campaigns
B) prevented other countries’ citizens from developing a tan by using solarium
C) results from their great demand for developing a tan
D) caused a great decline in the usage of solarium throughout the world
E) doesn’t pose a problem in the country any more

65) One can understand from the passage that the campaigns made for inhibiting the usage of solariums _____________.

A) left a permanent effect on the Australians
B) were successful merely in other countries
C) led to great increase in using solarium in Australia
D) had a temporary influence on the Australians
E) would resolve the problem, but it was hindered

66) According to the passage, while anyone develops a tan, _________.

A) they get the risk of catching one type of cancer disease
B) the ultraviolet radiation certainly affects the organs entirely
C) they may be exposed to various diseases
D) they can retain their health in this way
E) in most cases, the solarium causes certain types of cancer

67-69. soruları, aşağıdaki paragrafa göre cevaplandırınız.

A large number of people enjoy reading murder mysteries. As a rule, these people are not themselves murderers, nor would these people really enjoy seeing someone commit an actual murder. They probably enjoy reading murder mysteries because they have found a way to escape from the monotonous, boring routine of dull everyday existence. To such people the murder mystery is realistic fantasy. It is realistic because the people in the murder mystery are believable as people. It is also realistic because the character who is the hero, the character who solves the murder mystery, solves it usually by exercising a high degree of logic and reason, not by trial and error.


67) According to the passage, generally the readers of murder mysteries ________.

A) find something from themselves in these stories
B) have at least once committed a murder in their lives
C) are only a handful compared with the readers of other books
D) have a desire to kill someone
E) don’t like murders being committed

68) Though the writer isn’t sure about it, he says that __________ .

A) readers admire the way in which a murder mystery is written
B) the reason for people to read murder mysteries is to be away from boring everyday events
C) murder stories are the most commonly read stories in the world
D) the authors of murder mysteries lead a fast, exciting life
E) all the events of a murder mystery are real events

69) One of the points stated in the passage about the realistic aspect of murder mysteries is that ___________ .

A) the character in such a story makes use of both trial and error and logical thinking
B) such stories have no basis in real life
C) it is easy to make some readers believe unreal events
D) the hero of the story uses his/her brain to solve the mystery
E) the readers are attracted to reading such stories because of plenty of everyday scenes

70-72. soruları, aşağıdaki paragrafa göre cevaplandırınız.

There is an inherent element of danger in whitewater rafting and, indeed, in all the outdoor adventure activities we offer. There is no way to completely remove the danger but there are ways to minimize it. At Class VI, your safety is the most important thing. We want you to have a great time, but more importantly, we want you and your group or family to go home accident-free. During the 25 years we have been in business, we have always strived to balance safety and fun.

70) The writer seems to say in the passage that they _________ .

A) offer other outdoor activities besides whitewater rafting
B) are experienced in this job and thus are able to eliminate all dangers from whitewater rafting
C) sometimes have to risk their own lives to protect their clients
D) have helped whitewater rafting to become popular
E) have a profitable job which is on demand


71) While people are enjoying themselves in whitewater rafting, ________ .

A) nothing can spoil their pleasure but a few minor accidents
B) they must carry certain safety equipment with them
C) there are many things for others to do for their safety
D) their children aren’t allowed to join them on the raft
E) they pay a minimum amount of money for this pleasure

72) From the writer’s remarks, we easily understand that ____________ .

A) the writer himself does this job only for fun
B) some clients enjoy rafting with them so much that they prolong the time of their stay
C) they have been offering whitewater rafting because it brings a lot of money
D) they try every way not to lose any of the fun although safety is also their concern
E) there cannot be any outdoor activities without any dangers

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 DENEME TESTİ 2

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51

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52

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53

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60

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64

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65

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66

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68

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72

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80

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81

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86

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88

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90

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91

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92

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93

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