76-78. soruları, aşağıdaki paragrafa göre cevaplandırınız.
When I used to travel to the tropics to take photographs, friends were so envious they used to ask if they could carry my luggage for me. But when I started to travel north, the response was more likely to be along the lines of, “You’re going to the Arctic? In the winter? Are you mad?” Poor things. These days anyone can travel in the Arctic comfortably and safely, and though it can be expensive, it’s definitely worth it. Apart from not having to compete for space with thousands of other holiday-makers, you will also discover one of the world’s best-kept secrets. Watch pods of whales or extraordinary tundra birdlife. Perhaps best of all, if you travel with a genuine eco-tourism company, your trip may even contribute to Arctic nature conservation.
76) The writer seems to say that _________.
A) he doesn’t like people who try to exploit others
B) he now prefers going to the Arctic to traveling to the tropics for several reasons
C) he is devoted to preserving nature whatever the cost is
D) he is working as a photographer for a journal
E) many of his friend try to go in his footsteps and become a photographer
77) We can understand from the writer’s words that ____________.
A) some people cannot travel to the Arctic because of financial problems
B) in the Arctic you can see no holiday-makers
C) people are wrong should they think that traveling in the Arctic is uncomfortable and unsafe
D) he takes so much luggage during his travels that he needs somebody to get it carried
E) he cannot understand people who go to the tropics for holiday
78) The writer clearly says that a person _______.
A) wastes his money if he goes to the tropics rather than to the Arctic
B) should visit every part of the world before deciding which is better
C) should prefer an eco-tourism company for his travel all around the world
D) gets the value of his expenditure and efforts if he chooses to travel to this part of nature
E) gets the opportunity to see the best-kept secret of the world in the Arctic
79.-82. sorularda, verilen cümleye anlamca en yakın olan cümleyi bulunuz.
79) I cannot think of refusing such a good offer, but you are turning it down.
A) I have never received such a good offer and I cannot understand why you are not accepting it.
B) You should miss any good offer should you be made one.
C) I have always dreamed of getting such a good offer as yours.
D) It would be irritating for those who offered to employ you if you didn’t accept it.
E) I would certainly accept such attractive offer if I were you.
80) The effect of working deep in mines can be seen on workers with the passage of time.
A) If a person works under the surface of the earth for years, his health will be negatively affected.
B) Gradually the effect of working deep in mines will become visible on the miners.
C) Working in deep mines will irreparably spoil the workers’ health.
D) Time conceals the negative effect of working in deep mines on the miners to a limited extent.
E) After a miner begins the mining job, his health is instantly affected.
81) Most works by English writer, Joseph Conrad, are based on his own experiences.
A) Of all the books written by English writer, Joseph Conrad, only a small number don’t reflect his own experiences.
B) Joseph Conrad has written all his works in English, depending on his own life.
C) English writer, Joseph Conrad included in his books not only his own but also others’ expectations.
D) The opening theme in the books of James Conrad is his own life.
E) Because James Conrad lived a turbulent life, he didn’t have difficulty finding themes for his books.
82) We could have accommodated your friends from Germany in our house with pleasure if they couldn’t have found vacancy in a hotel.
A) Your German guests couldn’t find any empty rooms and we offered accommodation to them.
B) It would have been a pleasure for us to accommodate your German friends had they had to stay with us because of lack of vacancy in hotels.
C) We didn’t need to take your German friends in our house for a few days since they found a vacant room in a hotel.
D) Because your friends from Germany may have found a room in one of the hotels, we didn’t suggest their staying with us.
E) We should have invited your friends from Germany, but because we were late, we missed the pleasure of doing so.
83.-87. sorularda, boş bırakılan yere parçanın anlam bütünlüğünü sağlamak için getirilebilecek cümleyi bulunuz.
83) The dog was the first domesticated animal. Very early in human history, people learned that a dog could help with hunting. _________ We can, thus, say that the dog is man’s oldest friend and his “best friend”.
A) Yet there is little evidence to show how it resembles the wolf so much
B) They benefited from them in finding or catching games
C) However, cats are comparatively a recent phenomenon in human history
D) Hunting used to be an activity aimed at finding for subsistence
E) Dogs also were good company for early man.
84) _______________Doctors have two theories to explain this fact. One theory says that left-handed children may simply fall and bump into things more. Another theory, how-ever, explains the accidents very differently. According to this theory, the problem is not with the children, but with the world around them. Most things, such as doors, cars, and toys are designed and used best by right-handed people.
A) In most sports, left-handed people have been incomparably more successful.
B) Children who are left-handed tend to have more accidents than right-handed children.
C) Certain actions of the body, such as always using the left hand rather than the right one, have been predetermined.
D) Accidents cannot be avoided if simple precautions are not taken
E) Biologist have proven that left-handedness is determined more by heredity than by environment
85) Exercising in your home may be good for your health, but it may not be good for your children. In 1990, about 13,000 children were hurt by exercise equipment. The exercise bicycle was the most common cause of injury. Many children lost a finger or a toe in the wheels of these bicycles. ____________
A) With a few simple modifications, bicycle manufacturers have made these accidents a thing of the past
B) Children are curious to learn how the events around them goes on and what the logic behind them is
C) So if you have an exercise bicycle, you should not let your children play with it.
D) Yet surgeons have developed amazing techniques to sew the severed limbs.
E) Bicycle riders may run the risk of being run over by drivers of other vehicles
86) When people first began to try to fly in the 18th century, they used hot-air balloons. _________________They went wherever the wind was blowing. The idea of a real flying machine remained a dream for a long time to come true. The dream finally came true in 1903. That year Wilbur and Orville Wright made their first successful flight in an airplane.
A) However, it was not really possible to control the balloons.
B) Even before that, people tried to imitate birds, building wings of feather
C) It was then incredibly difficult to fill the balloons with hot air when required
D) Humans have in fact imagined being able to fly and travel around since very early times
E) Because the cost was rather high, the practice didn’t become widespread for a long time
87) Cars are the most important cause of air pollution in many cities. ____________ In order to reduce pollution, the city must reduce the number of cars on the road. This is only possible, however, if people have another way to get to work. For this reason, many city council is working to improve the public transportation system.
A) There are also factories around the cities which contribute to this pollution with its harmful fumes
B) Most city planners are arguing that public transportation should be encouraged instead of private cars
C) Especially cities with wealthy dwellers have a high volume of detrimental gases in their atmosphere emitted by multi-cylindered cars
D) This is especially true in cities, such as Los Angeles, where most people go to work by car.
E) Filters on the chimney may provide a partial solution to this modern problem
88.-91. sorularda, verilen duruma uygun düşen cümleyi bulunuz.
88) You have recently felt quite fed up with the monotony of your work. You cannot decide what may turn out to be reasonable. So you call your friend, who knows all about this situation, and request him to help you decide what to do. You say:
A) Shall we hang out today for a while, as I am tired of working?
B) How can you take care of your family in addition to dealing with the demands of your job?
C) If you were me, what would you try so as to dispose of the boredom caused by my job?
D) I am tired of getting orders from the chief executive and we cannot get on well.
E) Can you do me a favour tomorrow and tell the boss that I will no longer see him?
89) After a busy day out, you come back home and just as you step in, you remember that you ought to have paid the phone bill and you cannot go back to pay it. So when your father asks you, you have to make up a white lie in order not to make him angry. When he actually asks, you say:
A) Do you promise that you won’t get furious if I should tell the truth?
B) Frankly speaking, I forgot to pay it, but I can pay it tomorrow.
C) I wonder why I am obliged to do all such work instead of my elder brother.
D) You look so angry at me that I cannot know whether I should tell the truth or not.
E) Because I was busy all day, I requested one of my friends to pay it, and I will get the receipt tomorrow.
90) As an employer, you have taken someone for managing the other workers. But as far as you observe him, you decide that he is not qualified enough for this job. On the other hand, you don’t want to break his heart, so you say indirectly:
A) By character, you are perfect, but by profession, you are not so successful.
B) You have been in charge with this job for a month, but there is still no success.
C) You said you were the very right choice for this job when we had an interview together.
D) I’ve decided to dismiss you from this job and you should look for another one.
E) It’s too early to decide whether I am the right choice for this job or not.
91) One night, you go to a restaurant together with your family for the first time and the waiter becomes very late for serving you. So you are very annoyed at this situation and since you are together with your children, you avoid using harsh words in order to warn the owner of the restaurant and you say:
A) I should have taken your word and we should have gone to another restaurant.
B) Whenever we come to this restaurant, you always behave towards us like that.
C) You can be sure that I’m going to tell everybody that this restaurant is very had.
D) We’ve been sitting here for half an hour and you haven’t still noticed us.
E) You should sack all these waiters from this job, because they’re not qualified enough.
92.-95. sorularda, karşılıklı konuşmanın boş bırakılan kısmını tamamlayabilecek ifadeyi bulunuz.
92) Woman : Excuse me I’m looking for a new cooker.
Salesman : Certainly, madam. This one is very good value.
Woman : _________. I mean, isn’t it rather dangerous?
Salesman : Well, not really – not nowadays. And the electric one costs a lot more, madam.
A) I’m not sure whether I want gas, though
B) I don’t think I’m going to buy electric one
C) Well, in my opinion the electric one causes much expenditure in my budget
D) I was just looking for the electric one which provides great safety
E) One of my close friends urged me to buy one which has various functions
93) Bill : Dave, can I borrow your boots?
Dave : ___________.
Bill : Why not? You don’t need them; you’ve got loads of different ones.
Dave : It’s not that, but last time I lent you my shoes, you stretched them. Your feet are bigger than mine.
A) Of course, you can provided that you bring them back on time
B) Oh yeah. Well, no I’d rather you didn’t, Bill
C) As you know, I am having the hole fixed nowadays
D) They’re out of my hands right now, so it’s impossible
E) Whenever you want them, you bring them back with a hole under them
94) Man : Gareth’s gone without drinking his coffee. ____________?
Woman : Might as well – it’ll be stone cold when he gets back.
Man : As you wish.
A) Did she forget the drink or leave it deliberately
B) What do you want me to do with the coffee
C) Would you mind if I brought it to her
D) Shall I pour it away
E) Will she get angry when she doesn’t find it here
95) Sam : ___________.
Henry : That’s probably why you see very few disabled people are getting around.
Sam : I think that’s all our faults.
A) People need to be made aware that disabled people are no different from us
B) Measures should be taken so that disabled people can take public transport
C) We could make life easier for disabled people to get around
D) I think people treated the disabled badly in the past, but this has changed recently
E) There don’t seem to be any facilities for the disabled where I live
96.-100. sorularda, cümleler sırasıyla okunduğunda parçanın anlam bütünlüğünü bozan cümleyi bulunuz.
96) (I) If you enjoy water sports, Hawaii is the place for you! (II) You can go swimming all year round in the warm water. (III) You can catch fish from the shore or from a boat to feed all members of your family. (IV) If you like boats, you can go sailing, canoeing, or windsurfing. (V)Or, you can also try some other water sports that are especially popular in Hawaii: surfing, snorkeling and scuba diving.
A) I B) II C) III D) IV E) V
97) (I) One of the most powerful forms of mass communication in today’s world is television. (II) With sound and moving pictures, it gives audiences the illusion of being direct observers of news or entertainment events. (III) However, as television watching has increased, many people spend less time reading newspapers and books. (IV) So as to increase their sales further, publishers are trying various new ways. (V) This may be nice for broadcasters, but it is bad news for young people who need to improve their reading but are tempted away by the television.
A) I B) II C) III D) IV E) V
98) (I) Conservationists have held many campaigns to protect the nature. (II) For centuries, people have used the oceans as a dumping place. (III) The quantity of garbage that ends up in the water is incredible. (IV) Five million plastic containers are thrown into the world’s oceans every day! (V) Aside from plastics, many other dangerous substances, including human waste and chemicals used in agriculture, are dumped in oceans.
A) I B) II C) III D) IV E) V
99) (I) A fable is a brief allegorical narrative, in verse or prose, illustrating a moral thesis or satirizing human beings. (II) Especially in pre-school period, when children are illiterate, fables play a great part on their education. (III) The characters of a fable are usually animals who talk and act like people while retaining their animal traits. (IV) The oldest known fables are those attributed to the Greek Aesop, perhaps the most famous of all fabulists. (V) Other important writers of fables include Jean de La Fontaine, whose fables are noted for their sophistication and wit, the Russian poet Ivan Krylov, and the German dramatist and critic Gotthold Lessing.
A) I B) II C) III D) IV E) V
100) (I) In different parts of the world, people build their houses of different materials. (II) Where there is a lot of wood, houses are made of wood. (III) In case of fire, wooden houses are given irreparable damage in a short while. (IV) In hot, dry areas with little wood, houses are often made of clay bricks. (V) In the far northern areas, they even build their houses of ice, because nothing but ice and snow is available there.
A) I B) II C) III D) IV E) V
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