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Paragraf Tamamlama Test 5


1) ……… Words that were unacceptable 300 years ago are now commonplace. English has always had a trademark of being a comfortable language, the language of the common people. Change in the grammar and diction of a language is natural, and English is always confronted with changes. Among them are the use of slang, clipped word endings, and new dialects.
A) For hundreds of years, English has been continuously changing.
B) Some Conservatives do not like changes because they claim that standard English is a perfect language
C) American English, especially, is always adding new words to its vocabulary for social, scientific, or artistic reasons.
D) Slang is usually created by children or teens who seek social status.
E) Conservatives look down upon slang because slang is not used by people of high status.

2) The novel, Animal Farm, was written by George Orwell and was published in 1946. ……… The animals on Manor Farm are irritated .with the way they are being treated, so they start a revolution. The pigs, who were the smartest animals on the farm, took control of the farm
while the other animals worked. Throughout the novel the pigs lie to the other animals and change the rules, of the farm to accommodate themselves.
A) George Orwell s real name was Eric Blair.
B) He was a political writer who wrote of his own times.
C) He was a man of intense feelings and fierce hates.
D) One of the major characters in the novel, Animal Farm, is Napoleon.
E) The story is about a farm in England around the time of the Russian revolution.

3) Advertising’s main goal is to persuade. They want us to see the American way through their eyes. ……. Advertisers start this form of brainwashing on us at a very early age. They lay the groundwork of ideals early on because it is easy to persuade a child.
A) Children are forced to make their own evaluations and most of the time they go along with the views of what they see.
B) With the unending viewing of shows and advertisements who could blame them.
C) They tell us what to eat, drink, wear, drive, and think.
D) Now that is a major amount of influencing on a young person.
E) One day they want a matchbox car and a few years later they want a real Porsche.
4) Throughout everyone’s life we see skinny, beautiful models and the thought that this is “ideal”. It is not surprising that there are so many people in the world with eating disorders. Everywhere we go there are pictures, billboards, and posters of the “ideal” person. ……..I
suppose if everyone had enough money to pay a photographer, make-up artist, and to have the correct lighting we would all be “ideally” beautiful.
A) This is a cycle of rapidly eating a large amount of food, and after doing so, vomiting to get rid of it.
B) This occurs at least twice a week for three months in a row.
C) The person eats so fast that they may not even taste the food, and may not even chew.
D) In reality these people are just like us and are not any better than anyone else.
E) They gulp down thousands of calories in carbohydrates and sugary foods.

5) People are able do many kinds of strange things to make a world record. The world’s largest pancake. The longest earlobe. The person that can push a train with his nose. The longest jazz concert. And so on and on. ……… It is currently held by a man named Poon Lim – he spent 133 days floating around the South Atlantic in a life raft all by himself.
A) Poon was born on Hainan Island which is located off the southern coast of China.
B) There is one world record that we bet no one wants to break.
C) So far nothing sounds abnormal here.
D) You are floating around the Atlantic Ocean without a lifeboat struggling to keep your head above water.
E) I mention that this is during the height of World War II.
6) In the process of a flood and drought, the roots of trees are shallow and virtually no nutrients are obtained from the soil. ……. When the vegetation is cleared, the source of humus is removed and the natural infertility of the soils comes to be obvious. As being another factor, this will cause the soil to produce wasteful and useless products which in turn will decrease the production.
A) The vegetation survives on its own humus waste, which is plentiful.
B) It could also bring good fortune if climatic regions are good.
C) The soils of Tropical Africa create another problem.
D) All these causes the food’s rate of growth to slow down.
E) Tropical soils are different from moderate soils.

7) Many people who are in opposition to gambling consider it morally or theologically wrong. The domestic violence and crime that might result from obsessive gambling could lead to the breakdown of the family and divorce. Gambling, especially the lotteries, contribute to the attitude that a person can get something for nothing, a belief many people consider particularly armful to the nation’s morality. The states, by administering the lotteries, have become party to this. …….
A) But they have also debased the values of their communities.
B) The fast expansion of gambling across the United States has not been well received by all Americans.
C) Many opponents do believe that government and society leaders have had a choice between money and ethics.
D) By permitting gambling, government authorities have contributed to making gambling publicly acceptable.
E) The failure of many gambling initiatives during the past few years indicates an opposition.

8) People who own pets were known to lead longer and happier lives than those who do not have them. As we get older, we come to be less active. …… That’s why we need something in our lives to keep us busy so we do not die prematurely; and a pet is the thing to do it. This is may be because of the companionship, exercise, responsibility and friendship that they provide.
A) The more inactive we become, the higher our risk of death is.
B) First, owning a pet forces one to take on the responsibility of keeping it alive.
C) One’s pet must be fed, watered, and kept in healthy conditions.
D) This high bit of motion will at most prevent muscular atrophy.
E) This gives one a stable cardiovascular workout.

9) I think that everyone is really a teacher in his or her own right. A teacher is the one that teaches another an important lesson, a person that shapes another’s life. A teacher is the one who helps a person to get on the right path, who is there to lead them in choosing the best verdicts for themselves. Teaching goes one step further when choosing this as a career. ………
A) But there are many popular ways for students to cheat in examinations.
B) Some students take their notes into the exam rooms.
C) It means dedicating your life to helping others.
D) Some students think that when they fail the exams, they would have a lot of problems.
E) It is interesting to focus on the question that why some students still do keep being lazy.

10) …….. Vegetarianism has been around for hundred years, but recently we have seen the outbreak of a more militant vegetarianism that is inspired by the animal “rights” movement. Today, vegetarian activists are throwing pies at Ronald Mc Donald and the Pork Queen, writing “eating meat is murder” in major locations, committing terrorist acts of arson, and paying media campaigns equating meat consumption with cannibalism.
A) Vegetarianism is the limitation of ones diet to only vegetables and fruits.
B) World hunger is a result of lacking distribution of food, not deficient capacity for production of food.
C) Our capacity to produce grain is so huge that we actually pay farmers not to produce.
D) Though not done by everyone, hunting and fishing bypass any potential ecological destruction associated with plant or animal agriculture.
E) Diet is not only one important aspect of health.

11) American culture is made up of many different cultures, all of which have contributed to the American way of life. ………. Koreans are well educated and have been involved in many professional, technical, and managerial careers. Afro-Americans have contributed music, science, literature, entertainment, and many other things to American culture.
A) People like Bob Hope, who was born in England, have contributed richly to our culture.
B) We are individuals from different cultures.
C) We are different, but we are all Americans.
D) Japanese are computer and business contributors.
E) All this proves that Americans are not just one people.

12) One of the reasons for the high population in some parts of Guatemala is the land forms or topography of Guatemala. Most of Central Guatemala is too mountainous and rugged for humans to survive on. In the north the land is more flat. ………. The flat land is more suitable for building houses, factories and other buildings. The only other area of flat land is in the north, which is a desert and is unsuitable for humans.
A) However in the western central area the water not as polluted as elsewhere.
B) In the desert areas, there is basically no water.
C) There is also better soil quality in the north than in the mountains.
D) In the Southern areas, there is a desert climate with very little or no rain.
E) There are also more employment opportunities due to the industries being built there.

13) The United States was divided into two groups by the time the Civil War began: those who believed in the complete abolition of slavery, and those who were against the expansion of slavery. The Republican party was formed in opposition to southern expansion. ………. They believed that slavery was a flawed system that made the south ineffective and because the North’s free labour system was superior, it must be guarded from southerners.
A) The New Deal describes the program of US president George Bush.
B) Their views were Free Soil, Free Men and Free Labour.
C) Depression, guarantee minimum living standards, and prevent future economic crises.
D) However as time progressed, the focus drifted towards recovery.
E) In order to accomplish this monumental task, several agencies were created.

14) Many social changes that were addressed in the 1970s are still the issues being confronted today. ………. In spite of all the chaos, there were some positive results: the civil rights revolution, John F. Kennedy’s bold vision of a new boundary, and the breathtaking advances in space, helped bring about progress add prosperity, however, much was negative: student and against-war protest movements, political assassinations, and ghetto riots excited American people and resulted in lack of respect for authority and the law.
A) We must be determined to strike forcefully at the consciences of all Americans.
B) In that time of sorrow and guilt Martin Luther King was murdered
C) There was an opening for peace between the races that might otherwise never have presented itself.
D) The seventies was a decade of social and political unrest.
E) In order to wrest from tragedy and trauma, the will to make a better society went on.

15) ……….These people all have different backgrounds, family environments, and experiences that affect their views on politics. Because of the diversity of its people, Australia accordingly has a diversity of political views. It is the duty of the federal government to protect the rights of each of these people whether they are natives or white. The only time the federal government should violate someone’s rights is when it negatively affects the well being of others.
A) Australia is a melting pot of various cultures from all different parts of the world.
B) I believe the federal government has an obligation to protect the rights of its people.
C) Many children are forced to attend schools that have less than adequate facilities.
D) The federal government has left some issues to be addressed by the states and private industry.
E) Millions of Australians cannot afford health care, and as a result, do not receive the treatment they require.

16) Usually we automatically reject a person before we know anything about who is he or she. We immediately assume that this person is not the one for us. Give yourself a chance to stop automatic rejection and holding onto a predetermined image of who you want. Take a deep breath and give each person you meet a chance, for at least a moment or two. ……….
A) In a sense we are all like longing for the light.
B) Each person we meet is another bridge, another link.
C) There is plenty of sun and light available, but if we are closed we cannot let it in.
D) Catch yourself in the act of rejection and stop it on the spot.
E) Our entire life consists of building bridges.

17) Hypnosis sometimes is employed to treat physical problems with a psychological component, such as a circulatory disease known as Raynaud’s Syndrome. It has also been used to initiate behavioural changes, for example cigar smoking, obesity, insomnia, and the overcoming of phobia’s. Although hypnotism has shown its uses as a fairly valuable medical tool, in this modern “technological age” there are very few physicians who use it. ……. Performed as a sort of “Magic Show” it is used to cause some people to laugh, and some people to be amazed.
A) Whenever attention is concentrated on an idea over and over again, it spontaneously tends to realize itself.
B) It begins with a man named Franz Anton Mesmer.
C) This was the generally accepted opinion of the scientific community.
D) The major use of hypnotism in modern days, is entertainment.
E) He was definitely a major influence in contemporary hypnotherapy’s acceptance by the American Med. Assoc.
18) ………. Some people are stopped from seeing their friends just because their relatives are racist. It isn’t fair for parents to make their children agree with them if they are racist, the children are seeing their friends because they like them and they aren’t discriminating against them because of their race.
A) Care is needed when doing advertisements so that any racial groups are welcome.
B) Many of the attacks have not been violent but disgusting.
C) Some people are affected by racism because their parents are racist.
D) Parents have been to schools to try and stop the bullying.
E) People believe that what they do is just fun but they are unaware of the consequences it can have.

19) Our economy, values of exports, employment rate, and to our everyday needs in society – we are always directly or indirectly dependent on the mining industry. ……… Nevertheless government and mining companies have realized the problem, and have donated money
and effort to correct it, helping to keep the surrounding clean and healthy, also ensuring this industry will be running smoothly and bringing in money to create a good economic future.
A) In the old days, as a matter of fact only five ore ten years ago every single car brand seemed to have it’s own personality
B) But as we discover, the mining industry does contribute pollution to the environment.
C) One reason is that the automotive industry has certain trends it has to follow, just like fashion designers and musical composers.
D) Another reason is that many manufacturers actually cooperate and by contracts copy each other’s models.
E) The last and maybe the most logical reason is that all manufacturers are striving towards ‘the perfect car’.

20) A boxer’s hands are wrapped in soft cloth binding , over the bandages he wears padded gloves. These gloves soften his punches and protect his hands as well as his opponent from damage. The gloves weigh ten or twelve ounces. Boxers wear trunks and light weight shoes that lace just above the ankle. …… Both amateur and professionals wear a protective leather headdress when training. Amateur fighters may wear a headdress in actual competition, though professionals do not. The headdress called “helmet” covers the back and sides of the head and ears.
A) The ring is a square platform measuring sixteen to twenty-four feet on each side.
B) The ring floor stands three to four feet higher than the floor of the arena.
C) A boxer may not weigh more than the maximum for that class.
D) The rules followed by amateurs and professional boxers do differ for the United States and in international and Olympic Game competition.
E) A mouthpiece of hard rubber protects the teeth, and a plastic cup protects the sex organs.

21) Many animals, such as a group of chimpanzee in Africa, were observed and proved that a development of animal culture is indeed possible. Culture, unlike inborn behaviour, is usually learned or taught. The unusual behaviour that was specifically observed was a group of
monkeys who developed a strange habit of washing their food before eating them. When a group of scientists observed them, they realized that it all began in 1953. …… Then, she demonstrated this technique to all her babies and friends. After 12 years, every monkey in the
troop had picked up this habit also. This is an example of a developed culture within a group of monkeys.
A) Unlike the rest of nature’s animals, our environment is primarily man-made and symbolic in quality.
B) Geographical space and natural time are transformed into social space and social time, around whose definitions human beings orient their behaviours.
C) One young female found potatoes on the beach and washed it before eating.
D) Culture is a shared system of ideas about the nature of the world and how and when people should behave in it.
E) Culture also creates the rhythms of a society that echo within the very biology of its members.

22) Siblings grow up together, they play together, and they have fun together. But eventually they will get their own friends and make their own decisions, this also leads to a person’s identity. Not all people like same things or people. ……… There is no reason to hate others, they just do not mix. Friends also play a part in a person’s developing an identity, they are a good indicator of one’s identity.
A) Frank may be friends with Amelie, and Amelie may like Caroline, but Frank may not like Caroline.
B) A person’s religion can also play a big role in one’s identity.
C) Religion can have a rather large effect on a person forming an identity.
D) A person’s beliefs can easily lead a person into making a decision, especially regarding ethics or kindness.
E) A person’s identity is his own, they make it and develop it however they choose to.

23) ………. It started as a game involving kicking and handing, but later this branched off into two separate sports: rugby and football, which is what the British call soccer. Around the late nineteenth century, British soccer began spreading over Europe. Other countries also caught on, but the U.S. was one of the most reluctant, and one of the last to instigate soccer as a national sport.
A) The modern version of soccer came about in the early nineteenth century, in England.
B) The North American Soccer League was formed in 1967.
C) The equipment used in soccer is also very simple.
D) A standard field of soccer was formed, as regulated by the UEFA.
E) Soccer never gained popularity until the 1980’s.

24) The distance of computer monitors and documents depends completely on how clearly they can be read at a certain distance. ………. For distance from your monitor, you should be between 15 and 25 inches away from your screen. Your screen should be adjusted so that it is
between 20 and 35 degrees below your straight-ahead line of sight. If the screen is much lower than that, you can possibly end up bending.
A) The use of glare screens can reduce bright spots caused by light reflecting on monitor screens.
B) Many heavy keyboard users have found the split and adjustable keyboards to be more comfortable.
C) The general rule is to keep viewed material as far away as possible if it can be easily read.
D) Wrist pads are usually the neoprene pads that many people put in front of their keyboards.
E) If you catch yourself working against the brace instead of with it, do not wear it.

25) Teens that drive drunk are at big risk. I’m not blaming the accidents that involve drunk in just teens. Drunk drivers come from of all ages. And I’m not trying to say that all teens drink either. But the ones that do and are stupid enough to say they’re sober and can drive home safe. ………..
A) Drunkenness limits the alcoholic’s control of normal behaviour and to perform the easiest functions.
B) The alcoholic’s main goal is to get something alcoholic to drink.
C) Drinking usually continues until the person is drunk.
D) Family, friends and work are little concern compared to the need for alcohol.
E) Those are the ones that put innocent citizens at risk.

Cevabı Göster
1 C 1 E 1 A 1 A 1 B 1 B 1 C 1 C
2 A 2 C 2 E 2 E 2 D 2 D 2 B 2 D
3 C 3 B 3 B 3 C 3 E 3 E 3 B 3 B
4 D 4 D 4 A 4 D 4 A 4 A 4 B 4 A
5 A 5 E 5 D 5 A 5 B 5 B 5 D 5 D
6 D 6 E 6 E 6 B 6 A 6 A 6 A 6 C
7 B 7 D 7 C 7 A 7 C 7 C 7 C 7 E
8 B 8 B 8 A 8 B 8 A 8 A 8 A 8 A
9 A 9 A 9 B 9 D 9 E 9 E 9 D 9 C
10 C 10 C 10 C 10 E 10 C 10 C 10 E 10 B
11 A 11 B 11 B 11 C 11 C 11 C 11 C 11 A
12 B 12 E 12 E 12 A 12 B 12 B 12 A 12 B
13 E 13 D 13 C 13 E 13 B 13 B 13 B 13 E
14 D 14 E 14 E 14 B 14 E 14 E 14 D 14 D
15 E 15 C 15 C 15 B 15 D 15 D 15 D 15 A
16 D 16 D 16 D 16 E 16 B 16 B 16 D 16 B
17 B 17 A 17 A 17 D 17 A 17 A 17 B 17 E
18 A 18 B 18 B 18 E 18 E 18 E 18 B 18 B
19 E 19 B 19 D 19 E 19 B 19 B 19 A 19 B
20 B 20 D 20 C 20 B 20 D 20 D 20 C 20 C
21 C 21 A 21 D 21 A 21 E 21 E 21 E 21 A
22 A 22 B 22 E 22 B 22 B 22 B 22 A 22 E
23 B 23 E 23 E 23 E 23 D 23 D 23 A 23 B
24 C 24 D 24 E 24 D 24 E 24 E 24 E 24 D
25 A 25 B 25 A 25 B 25 A 25 A 25 A 25 D

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