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 DENEME TESTİ 7

76.-80. sorularda, verilen cümleye anlamca en yakın olan cümleyi bulunuz.

76) I had been informed about the deadline of the assignment, but I ignored it.

A) Although my friends reminded me of the last date for the submission of the homework, I forgot to hand in on time.
B) I didn’t care about handing in the homework on time even though I was made aware of its last date.
C) Only when my classmates reminded me of the last date for the submission of the homework did I remember to hand in.
D) It didn’t occur to me that I had to hand in the homework in time.
E) One of my friends told me that the hand-in of the homework was already due, so I was late.

77) After extensive research into the topic, I will set to work on the article.

A) It is impossible to prepare an article in a healthy way without making advance study on the topic.
B) In order to prepare a healthy article, one should make enough study on the subject.
C) I will have to start to prepare the article before I have enough documents about the topic.
D) When I feel you have supplied documents about the topic, I will begin to prepare the article.
E) I will get to prepare the article once I have researched comprehensively on the topic.

78) Television has brought about a revolution in people’s leisure activities.

A) People now lead their lives differently because of television.
B) Television has made people’s leisure activities richer.
C) What people do in their free time has changed completely by means of television.
D) Several changes have occurred in people’s ways of life due to television.
E) If television hadn’t been invented, people would now be bored with doing the same things in their free time.

79) Her experiences have made her sensitive to other people’s troubles.

A) Because of her bitter experiences in the past, she now has no understanding of other people.
B) If she hadn’t experienced troubles before, she might now be indifferent to those with troubles.
C) She is experienced in dealing with troubles and thus wants to help others.
D) Her sensitivity to the troubles of other people is well appreciated.
E) She wishes she could be more sensitive to those who are experiencing troubles.

80) I see no reason why you shouldn’t come to my party, do you?

A) In my opinion, there is nothing which will prevent you from attending my party, is there?
B) Whatever your reason, I won’t forgive you if you don’t come to my party.
C) Can you tell me why you don’t want to come to my party?
D) Is there anything you could do to organize my party?
E) You must explain me your reasons for not coming to my party, if there are any.
81.-85. sorularda, boş bırakılan yere parçanın anlam bütünlüğünü sağlamak için getirilebilecek cümleyi bulunuz.

81) In 1904 representatives from seven European football associations organized a governing body for the sport, called FIFA. At that first meeting, FIFA planned to organize a world championship, but 26 years passed before conditions were suitable. ___________ . In addition, professional leagues had evolved so that the Olympic Games no longer represented the highest level of competition in the world.

A) The World Cup proved so popular that 36 nations entered the 1938 tournament
B) The teams must participate in elimination games within their own continent before qualifying
C) Among other considerations, FIFA determined that the level of play was sufficient outside of Europe to support a world championship
D) By this time, the major European countries had to become interested—except for the United Kingdom and America
E) FIFA held the 1994 World Cup in the United States, hoping to increase the popularity of football in the one major country

82) ____________. Although it was not originally intended as such, it is easy to see why it should have acquired this reputation. In order to explain this, Bunyan himself, in 1684 remarked with pride that the very children that do walk the street loved to read his book.

A) By the early nineteenth century, “The Pilgrim’s Progress” had become established as a classic book for both adults
B) “The Pilgrim’s Progress” was one of the reasons why Bunyan was looked down on by the arbiters of polite taste
C) No other work in English as much as “The Pilgrim’s Progress” has been so widely read for a long period
D) “The Pilgrim’s Progress” reached across cultural boundaries; its heroes are ordinary people striving to hold on to their beliefs
E) “The Pilgrim’s Progress” has been thought of as a book particularly attractive to and suitable for children

83) As many as one thousand years ago in the Southwest, the Hopi and Zuni Indians of North America were building homes with adobe – sun-baked brick plastered with mud. ________. Some were four storeys high and contained quarters for perhaps a thousand people, along with storerooms for grain and other goods. These buildings were usually put up against cliffs, both to make construction easier and for defence against enemies. They were really villages in themselves.

A) Their homes looked remarkably like today’s apartment houses
B) The people who lived in this area raised corn, beans, and squash
C) They made excellent pottery and wove marvellous baskets, some so fine that they could hold water
D) The Southwest has always been a dry country, where water is scarce
E) Because it was so rare, yet so important, water played a major role in their religion

84) The tulip is a flower that originally grew in Turkey. In the 17th century it became very popular in Holland. _________. They sold them to the Dutch at very high prices.

A) There are about 80 species of tulip that are native to Asia and the Mediterranean region, but thousands of varieties are now widely cultivated as garden flowers
B) Tulip-growing eventually became established as an important Dutch industry, and tulip bulbs are still a major export of the Netherlands
C) The garden tulip was introduced into western Europe from Constantinople in the 16th century and soon achieved great popularity
D) Some Dutch merchants became very rich by importing tulips
E) Interest in tulip-growing increased, especially in Holland, where it developed by 1634 into a craze called tulipomania

85) In lectures and recordings, the teacher is able to set out his material as he thinks best, but usually the audience reception is passive since there is not much opportunity for a two-way communication of ideas. ________. This inhibits thinking about the material.

A) But they are rather detached for young learners and seem to evoke better results with older students.
B) Furthermore, in lectures, much of the students’ energies may be taken up with note writing
C) Recordings enable one to store lecture material and to use it on occasions when a teacher is not available
D) Language laboratories are study rooms, enabling students to hear pronunciations of foreign languages
E) On the other hand, the learning can be converted into a stimulating form of problem solving

86.-90. sorularda, verilen duruma uygun düşen cümleyi bulunuz.

86) On a day when your family is talking about the decision whether to move to city or stay in your town, your father becomes very indecisive about the situation, so before making up his mind, he asks for your suggestion, since you are reluctant to leave your town, you want to influence him:

A) It will be a major opportunity to lead our lives in the city for our education.
B) Do I have to say my idea about this issue right now?
C) We shouldn’t leave our town because I am sure we’ll have a hard time with all the acquaintances left behind.
D) Why do you want to move to city, my dad?
E) However much I object to this idea, if we have to go, we will.

87) One of your close friends comes to your meeting in a very unusual outfit. You think that this way of wearing doesn’t suit him and you will have great difficulty in going on sightseeing together. In order not to live such a shame, you invent a lie and say:

A) Ah! I’ve just remembered that I gave a promise to my elder brother to give him a lift to the airport, I am sorry.
B) If you go on dressing up in that way, I’ll never go out with you again.
C) Don’t you have another type of outfit that suits you better than this?
D) In my opinion, you should have consulted with someone about your clothes before you went out.
E) Where have you bought such strange clothes?

88) One day your elder brother urgently needs a car and he thinks that asking his father to lend him the car would be impolite and he cannot decide what to do. You think this is foolish of him to think like that and you decide to tell him plainly:

A) What a ridiculous way of thinking you have. We’re talking about our father not someone else!
B) You’re right my dear. The last time you borrowed the car, you gave it back very lately.
C) Have you ever tried to ask this question to our father, maybe he’ll be glad to give it to you.
D) In that case, I think you should ask for our mother’s help to ask him this question.
E) If I were you, I wouldn’t even try to ask my father to lend the car.

89) Since you have some problems with your car, you decide to take your car to the service, but the repair costs more than you’ve expected. For that reason, you cannot pay it all. You express your sorry about this condition and suggest:

A) There must be something wrong with this bill, because I’d calculated less than this before coming here.
B) Does this bill include the entire repairing because it is too expensive?
C) I won’t pay that bill and I will take my car to another service.
D) I don’t have that much money on me at the moment. May I pay the rest of the cost later?
E) The last time I brought my car to this service, the cost was lesser than this is.

90) Together with your children, you and your wife are watching a soup opera on television considering that it is convenient to watch with your children. At first everything is very normal but suddenly the scene changes into violence and fighting. So as to protect your children from this, you immediately warn your wife:

A) Why have you changed the channel just in the middle of its most exciting place?
B) What an interesting film it is! It didn’t seem to include these scenes in the beginning.
C) Be quick to find another programme that will draw the children’s attention!
D) How awful that film is! We spent several hours watching it in vain.
E) Just close your eyes, guys. This soup opera is rather harmful to you.

91.-95. sorularda, karşılıklı konuşmanın boş bırakılan kısmını tamamlayabilecek ifadeyi bulunuz.

91) Julia : What was the result of the investigation about Johnson?
Robert : We’re gradually coming to a decision over him.
Julia : _______________?
Robert : Well, he more or less confessed that he’d done it.

A) He didn’t object to the accusation, did he
B) When will you finish the investigation about him
C) Did he admit that he’d murdered his boss
D) What is your own comment on the incident
E) What do the police officers say about him

92) Joanna : I’m exhausted! I thought, as a student, weekends would be all wild parties and things – not slaving away with a vacuum cleaner and a washing-up sponge!
Ray : __________________.
Joanna : But it’s my turn, because Alison did it last week.

A) Nobody is forcing you to do it, Joanna. You have got your student freedom, you know
B) You should have chosen a place close to your hometown
C) So this means changing your home mate soon because he is not helpful enough
D) So am I, but you know this is our duty as is studying
E) Of course you will be, because your housemate won’t be at home when you want to do

93) Mark : Spencer, It’s high time we left for the film.
Spencer : For what?
Mark : ___________?
Spencer : Ah! Of course not. How could I do? I just couldn’t hear what you said.

A) Why don’t you hurry up? We have only a few minutes left for the film, don’t we
B) Does it mean that you forgot to buy the ticket for the cinema
C) Did you forget again that we will go to the cinema together again
D) We are going to the film today, aren’t we
E) You won’t tell me that you don’t remember our plan for today, will you

94) Interviewer : First of all, what can you say to prove that you are eligible for this job?
Applicant : _________________. My record speaks for itself.
Interviewer : Let me see. Well, these documents confirm you and you seemed to be suitable for this job.

A) I wonder how much is paid to those at the top positions
B) You can speak with anybody from my previous work place
C) I don’t have anything to prove
D) Besides, I am excellent at using computer
E) I happened to see your ad in a newspaper

95) Gary : This article says that pesticides can kill wildlife and pollute the atmosphere.
Stuart : So they can, and more than that. _______
Gary : Then we cannot be certain about how healthy agricultural crops are.
Stuart : Unfortunately so.

A) Governments should put a ban on the production of such substances.
B) They also contribute to the genetic differentiation in animals.
C) I can lend you a book on the issue.
D) We even use such substances in our homes.
E) The particles which don’t wash away while washing fruits cause serious health hazards.

96.-100. sorularda, cümleler sırasıyla okunduğunda parçanın anlam bütünlüğünü bozan cümleyi bulunuz.

96) (I) “Save The Children” is one of the several independent organizations that seek to provide both disaster and long-term aid to disadvantaged children throughout the world. (II) The original organization was founded in Great Britain in 1919 to provide relief to famine-stricken children in Europe after World War I. (III) To Save the Children organizations rely mostly on private charitable donations for their funding. (IV) The agency subsequently broadened its concern to the needs of children worldwide. (V) Similar agencies sprang up in other countries, notably in the United States in 1932 with the creation of the Save the Children Federation.

A) I B) II C) III D) IV E) V

97) (I) Some children’s games have been played for centuries. (II) A few children’s games became more structured and often lost their entertainment value. (III) Jacks, or knucklebones, for instance, existed on the island of Crete in 1600 BC. (IV) The game involves tossing and then catching five or more jackstones and was played in ancient Greece. (V) However, as social attitudes changed, some games became less popular in some places and in others it eventually disappeared.

A) I B) II C) III D) IV E) V

98) (I) In general, the risk of death at any given age is less for females than for males. (II) Yet the risk of death for both sexes is high immediately after birth. (III) It is diminishing during childhood and reaching a minimum at 10 to 12 years of age. (IV) The risk then rises again, until at late ages it surpasses that of the first year of life. (V) There are some developed countries in which the life expectancy is known to be over 74 years of age.

A) I B) II C) III D) IV E) V
99) (I) In truth, Charlie Chaplin did not always portray a tramp. (II) Throughout his career, Chaplin’s off-screen activities stirred up controversy. (III) In 1918 he married 16-year-old Mildred Harris, and in 1924 he wed another teenager, Lita Grey. (IV) Both marriages ended in divorce. (V) In the end, in 1943 he was the target of a paternity suit.

A) I B) II C) III D) IV E) V

100) (I) Plot is the structure of interrelated actions, consciously selected and arranged by the author. (II) In addition, plot involves a considerably higher level of narrative organization than normally occurs in a story or fable. (III) More explicably, a story is a narrative of events arranged in their time-sequence whereas a plot organizes the events according to a sense of causality. (IV) In the 20th century there have been many attempts to redefine plot as movement (V) The mild difference can be easily sensed when one is reading a fictional novel.

A) I B) II C) III D) IV E) V

 
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 DENEME TESTİ 7


 

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51

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E

52

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E

53

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54

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55

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56

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7

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57

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58

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59

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60

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11

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61

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62

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63

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14

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69

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70

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72

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74

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75

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76

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77

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78

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79

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80

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82

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84

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85

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36

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87

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88

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40

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90

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91

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92

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93

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94

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