2013 YDS İngilizce İlkbahar Çıkmış Sorular (Part 3)

2013 YDS İngilizce İlkbahar Çıkmış Sorular (Part 3)

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Soru 1

Many scientists believe that our sanitized surroundings are ---- allergic disorders in children, which have doubled in the last decade.

A
ensuring
B
fostering
C
extracting
D
unifying
E
fulfilling
Soru 2

By mapping equatorial rainfall since 800 AD, scientists have ---- how tropical weather may change over the next century.

A
counted upon
B
taken out
C
put aside
D
brought down
E
figured out
Soru 3

China’s rapid growth ---- trade is seen as a plus for the Southeast Asian nations because it helps to spur development ---- the region.

A
upon / over
B
by / about
C
of / without
D
at / under
E
in / across
Soru 4

---- lead was widely known to be dangerous, by the early years of the 20th century, it could be found in all manners of consumer products.

A
Since
B
Given that
C
Once
D
Only when
E
Even though
Soru 5

When modern coastal fish-farming began 30 years ago, no one was doing things right, ---- for the environment ---- the industry’s long-term sustainability.

A
either / or
B
so / that
C
whether / or
D
as / as
E
such / as
Soru 6

No single country owns Antarctica. (1)----, countries wishing to have a say in how the Antarctic (both the continent itself and the surrounding Southern Ocean) is governed (2)----, and agree to abide by, the Antarctic Treaty. However, prior to the signing of the Antarctic Treaty in 1959, several countries had made claims to parts of Antarctica, some of which overlapped. The Treaty does not (3)---- these claims; Article IV of the Treaty states in part, “No acts or activities taking place while the present Treaty is in force shall constitute a basis for asserting, supporting or denying a claim to territorial sovereignty in Antarctica.” (4)---- avoiding the claims issue in this way, it was possible to produce a treaty that many parties could sign. Unfortunately, this means that (5)---- many countries follow the spirit of cooperation of the Treaty, there are still disputes over territory that remain unresolved and come up from time to time.

(1) nolu boş bırakılan yere uygun düşen sözcük ya da ifadeyi bulunuz.

A
Instead
B
Similarly
C
At least
D
In short
E
For example
Soru 7

No single country owns Antarctica. (1)----, countries wishing to have a say in how the Antarctic (both the continent itself and the surrounding Southern Ocean) is governed (2)----, and agree to abide by, the Antarctic Treaty. However, prior to the signing of the Antarctic Treaty in 1959, several countries had made claims to parts of Antarctica, some of which overlapped. The Treaty does not (3)---- these claims; Article IV of the Treaty states in part, “No acts or activities taking place while the present Treaty is in force shall constitute a basis for asserting, supporting or denying a claim to territorial sovereignty in Antarctica.” (4)---- avoiding the claims issue in this way, it was possible to produce a treaty that many parties could sign. Unfortunately, this means that (5)---- many countries follow the spirit of cooperation of the Treaty, there are still disputes over territory that remain unresolved and come up from time to time.

(2) nolu boş bırakılan yere uygun düşen sözcük ya da ifadeyi bulunuz.

A
were to sign
B
must sign
C
had to sign
D
used to sign
E
may sign
Soru 8

No single country owns Antarctica. (1)----, countries wishing to have a say in how the Antarctic (both the continent itself and the surrounding Southern Ocean) is governed (2)----, and agree to abide by, the Antarctic Treaty. However, prior to the signing of the Antarctic Treaty in 1959, several countries had made claims to parts of Antarctica, some of which overlapped. The Treaty does not (3)---- these claims; Article IV of the Treaty states in part, “No acts or activities taking place while the present Treaty is in force shall constitute a basis for asserting, supporting or denying a claim to territorial sovereignty in Antarctica.” (4)---- avoiding the claims issue in this way, it was possible to produce a treaty that many parties could sign. Unfortunately, this means that (5)---- many countries follow the spirit of cooperation of the Treaty, there are still disputes over territory that remain unresolved and come up from time to time.

(3) nolu boş bırakılan yere uygun düşen sözcük ya da ifadeyi bulunuz.

A
deteriorate
B
underestimate
C
recognize
D
withdraw
E
jeopardize
Soru 9

No single country owns Antarctica. (1)----, countries wishing to have a say in how the Antarctic (both the continent itself and the surrounding Southern Ocean) is governed (2)----, and agree to abide by, the Antarctic Treaty. However, prior to the signing of the Antarctic Treaty in 1959, several countries had made claims to parts of Antarctica, some of which overlapped. The Treaty does not (3)---- these claims; Article IV of the Treaty states in part, “No acts or activities taking place while the present Treaty is in force shall constitute a basis for asserting, supporting or denying a claim to territorial sovereignty in Antarctica.” (4)---- avoiding the claims issue in this way, it was possible to produce a treaty that many parties could sign. Unfortunately, this means that (5)---- many countries follow the spirit of cooperation of the Treaty, there are still disputes over territory that remain unresolved and come up from time to time.

(4) nolu boş bırakılan yere uygun düşen sözcük ya da ifadeyi bulunuz.

A
By
B
From
C
About
D
Without
E
Along
Soru 10

No single country owns Antarctica. (1)----, countries wishing to have a say in how the Antarctic (both the continent itself and the surrounding Southern Ocean) is governed (2)----, and agree to abide by, the Antarctic Treaty. However, prior to the signing of the Antarctic Treaty in 1959, several countries had made claims to parts of Antarctica, some of which overlapped. The Treaty does not (3)---- these claims; Article IV of the Treaty states in part, “No acts or activities taking place while the present Treaty is in force shall constitute a basis for asserting, supporting or denying a claim to territorial sovereignty in Antarctica.” (4)---- avoiding the claims issue in this way, it was possible to produce a treaty that many parties could sign. Unfortunately, this means that (5)---- many countries follow the spirit of cooperation of the Treaty, there are still disputes over territory that remain unresolved and come up from time to time.

(5) nolu boş bırakılan yere uygun düşen sözcük ya da ifadeyi bulunuz.

A
before
B
if
C
as
D
until
E
while
Soru 11

Whereas there are undoubted social benefits to increasing home ownership, ----.

A
there are some economic problems associated with it
B
incentives to rent houses still remain at historically low levels
C
the existing laws make it financially more attractive to purchase
D
the mortgage companies that finance home buyers can go bankrupt
E
more and more people prefer to buy homes than rent
Soru 12

The nests birds leave behind provide clues about their lives and environment ----.

A
but nest-collecting was a popular boyhood hobby in the 19th century
B
despite the fact that they remain a largely untapped scientific resource
C
just as archaeological sites supply glimpses of human history
D
before they lay eggs in order to sustain the continuation of their species
E
as the architectural complexity of these nests hardly untangles their genealogy
Soru 13

Anadolu'daki arkeolojik kalıntılar, zeytin ağacının çok eskilere dayandığını ve aynı zamanda zeytinyağının faydalarını insanların bildiğini gösteren deliller sunmaktadır.

A
Archaeological remains in Anatolia provide proof that the olive tree dates back to the very distant past, as does human knowledge of olive oil’s benefits.
B
The olive tree and human knowledge of olive oil’s benefits date back to the very distant past as archaeological remains in Anatolia show us.
C
In Anatolia, archaeological remains show that the olive tree was in existence in the very distant past and humans were also aware of the benefits of olive oil.
D
Remains in archaeological sites in Anatolia proves that olive tree depends on the very distant past and humans benefited from olive oil in many ways.
E
Archaeological remains in Anatolia have revealed the fact that the olive tree grew in the very distant past and humans knew the benefits of olive oil as well.
Soru 14

“The Marshall Plan was not a simple program for transferring massive sums of money to struggling countries, but an explicit – and eventually successful – attempt to reindustrialize Europe.” say Erik Reinert and Ha-Joon Chang. It follows that if Africa really wants economic prosperity, it should study and draw valuable lessons from the Marshall Plan’s dark twin: the Morgenthau Plan implemented in Germany in 1945. Reinert tells the story best: When it was clear that the Allies would win the Second World War, the question of what to do with Germany, which in three decades had precipitated two World Wars, reared its head. Henry Morgenthau Jr, the US secretary of the treasury, formulated a plan to keep Germany from ever again threatening world peace. Germany, he argued, had to be entirely deindustrialized and turned into an agricultural nation. All industrial equipment was to be destroyed, and the mines were to be flooded. This program was approved by the Allies and was immediately implemented when Germany capitulated in 1945. However, it soon became clear that the Morgenthau Plan was causing serious economic problems in Germany: deindustrialization caused agricultural productivity to plummet. This was indeed an interesting experiment. The mechanisms of synergy between industry and agriculture worked in reverse: killing the industry reduced the productivity of the agricultural sector.

It is clearly stated in the passage that the Marshall Plan ----.

A
was very comprehensive in its scope to develop Europe
B
was ill-formed for its objectives according to Erik Reinert and Ha-Joon Chang
C
was a program of investment from which the Allies expected to benefit directly
D
turned out to be a failed attempt to industrialize various European nations
E
was redesigned as the Morgenthau Plan to be applied in Germany
Soru 15

“The Marshall Plan was not a simple program for transferring massive sums of money to struggling countries, but an explicit – and eventually successful – attempt to reindustrialize Europe.” say Erik Reinert and Ha-Joon Chang. It follows that if Africa really wants economic prosperity, it should study and draw valuable lessons from the Marshall Plan’s dark twin: the Morgenthau Plan implemented in Germany in 1945. Reinert tells the story best: When it was clear that the Allies would win the Second World War, the question of what to do with Germany, which in three decades had precipitated two World Wars, reared its head. Henry Morgenthau Jr, the US secretary of the treasury, formulated a plan to keep Germany from ever again threatening world peace. Germany, he argued, had to be entirely deindustrialized and turned into an agricultural nation. All industrial equipment was to be destroyed, and the mines were to be flooded. This program was approved by the Allies and was immediately implemented when Germany capitulated in 1945. However, it soon became clear that the Morgenthau Plan was causing serious economic problems in Germany: deindustrialization caused agricultural productivity to plummet. This was indeed an interesting experiment. The mechanisms of synergy between industry and agriculture worked in reverse: killing the industry reduced the productivity of the agricultural sector.

According to the passage, Germany ----.

A
needed industrial equipment and American finance to rebuild the country
B
found the Morgenthau Plan problematic as its economy declined
C
was allowed to industrialize despite its agricultural potential
D
had to be stripped of its power to start wars
Soru 16

“The Marshall Plan was not a simple program for transferring massive sums of money to struggling countries, but an explicit – and eventually successful – attempt to reindustrialize Europe.” say Erik Reinert and Ha-Joon Chang. It follows that if Africa really wants economic prosperity, it should study and draw valuable lessons from the Marshall Plan’s dark twin: the Morgenthau Plan implemented in Germany in 1945. Reinert tells the story best: When it was clear that the Allies would win the Second World War, the question of what to do with Germany, which in three decades had precipitated two World Wars, reared its head. Henry Morgenthau Jr, the US secretary of the treasury, formulated a plan to keep Germany from ever again threatening world peace. Germany, he argued, had to be entirely deindustrialized and turned into an agricultural nation. All industrial equipment was to be destroyed, and the mines were to be flooded. This program was approved by the Allies and was immediately implemented when Germany capitulated in 1945. However, it soon became clear that the Morgenthau Plan was causing serious economic problems in Germany: deindustrialization caused agricultural productivity to plummet. This was indeed an interesting experiment. The mechanisms of synergy between industry and agriculture worked in reverse: killing the industry reduced the productivity of the agricultural sector.

It is implied in the passage that ----.

A
America’s vision for post-war Europe was in essence misguided
B
plans made by policy makers may yield unexpected outcomes
C
today’s Africa and post-war Germany have a lot in common
D
Erik Reinert and Ha-Joon Chang were right in their predictions about the Marshall Plan
E
a country has no choice but to prioritize one sector over another in order to advance
Soru 17

“The Marshall Plan was not a simple program for transferring massive sums of money to struggling countries, but an explicit – and eventually successful – attempt to reindustrialize Europe.” say Erik Reinert and Ha-Joon Chang. It follows that if Africa really wants economic prosperity, it should study and draw valuable lessons from the Marshall Plan’s dark twin: the Morgenthau Plan implemented in Germany in 1945. Reinert tells the story best: When it was clear that the Allies would win the Second World War, the question of what to do with Germany, which in three decades had precipitated two World Wars, reared its head. Henry Morgenthau Jr, the US secretary of the treasury, formulated a plan to keep Germany from ever again threatening world peace. Germany, he argued, had to be entirely deindustrialized and turned into an agricultural nation. All industrial equipment was to be destroyed, and the mines were to be flooded. This program was approved by the Allies and was immediately implemented when Germany capitulated in 1945. However, it soon became clear that the Morgenthau Plan was causing serious economic problems in Germany: deindustrialization caused agricultural productivity to plummet. This was indeed an interesting experiment. The mechanisms of synergy between industry and agriculture worked in reverse: killing the industry reduced the productivity of the agricultural sector.

The main concern of the author is to ----.

A
accuse the African leaders of failing to understand how Germany prospered
B
supply a brief summary of imperial nations’ domination of others
C
learn from the failings and achievements of some economic policies
D
blame America’s programs for Germany’s agricultural productivity
E
describe ways of industrializing through agriculture in order to stop wars
Soru 18

Teacher:  Your son has adapted quite well socially. He’s had no problems making friends. Also, he’s quite a leader among them.

Parent:  I’m glad to hear that. What about his class work?

Teacher:  ----

Parent:  He's never been very good at sitting still and focusing.

A
He has the ability but he seems to lack the concentration to do the work.
B
His math skills are very good, but he needs to work harder on his language skills
C
He enjoys group work, probably because he likes to socialize so much
D
I think he needs a private tutor to help him with the more difficult subjects
E
I really enjoy having him in class because he’s such a good example to others
Soru 19

Huntington’s has been described as the most disastrous disease known to man because of its peculiarly cruel characteristics, as it progressively strips a person of control of his muscles, reason and emotion

A
When a man is described as having Huntington’s, it can be a very cruel experience, as they will gradually experience certain characteristics such as lack of muscle control, reason and emotion.
B
When a person starts to rapidly lose control of his muscles and no longer is able to reason or control his emotions, he can be described as having the most disastrous disease ever – Huntington’s.
C
Huntington’s disease is described as not only the worst disease in the world but also the most cruelly progressive, as it slowly takes away a person’s ability to control their muscles, reason and emotion.
D
Due to its cruel characteristics that gradually take away a person’s control of their muscles, reason and emotion, Huntington’s is said to be the most devastating disease in the world.
E
To describe Huntington’s as a cruel disease could be disastrous as people know that it eventually takes away a person’s ability to control their muscles as well as to reason and feel emotion.
Soru 20

(I) One of the oldest methods of preserving food is drying. (II) It slows down the proliferation and activity of the bacteria that cause spoilage and decay, but it considerably alters the appearance of food due to the loss of water. (III) With the success of freezing and its characteristics for retaining the food value of ingredients, drying is no longer an essential means of preserving food for times when it may be out of season or expensive. (IV) Since prehistoric times, cereals and fruits have been dried in the sun before being stored. (V) The drying of fruits and vegetables has been widely practiced for so long; in Greece for grapes, in Turkey for apricots, and in Iran and Spain for tomatoes.

A
IV
B
III
C
II
D
V
E
I
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