2014 YDS İngilizce İlkbahar Çıkmış Sorular

2014 YDS İngilizce İlkbahar Çıkmış Sorular

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Soru 1

---- Many of these expectations have been demonstrated by social anthropologists. Margaret Mead, for example, showed that in some societies, women are expected to be subordinate, gentle and submissive, while in others, they are expected to be aggressive and competitive.

A
The relationships of power and inequality between men and women have changed over the centuries as expected.
B
People may debate how different men and women are in their expectations.
C
Gender refers to differences in the way that men and women in a particular society are expected to feel.
D
Women today have a number of expectations from the study of female relations.
E
We have long known that there are big differences between societies in the way women are expected to behave.
Soru 2

Bird migration is similar to an extreme endurance sport, but even the most impressive human athletic efforts lose significance in comparison to it.

A
An extreme endurance sport endeavour is comparable to bird migration; however, its most extraordinary instances go beyond it in comparison.
B
Bird migration is akin to an extreme endurance sport; nevertheless, no matter how remarkable they are, human sports activities fall behind when compared to it.
C
Even though migrating birds can be likened to human athletes in extreme endurance sports, the best athletes prove to be far superior to birds.
D
No matter how excellent a human athlete can be in his attempts in an extreme endurance sport, it cannot be likened in any way to bird migration.
E
Both bird migration and human athletic activities are similar in that the best examples in both cases are very impressive.
Soru 3

Toplumda bilime yönelik artan hayal kırıklığının temel sebebi, bilim insanlarının birbirleriyle sürekli tartıştıkları algısıdır.

A
Increasing disappointment with science in the public has been mainly resulting from the thought that scientists are always arguing with one another
B
There has been considerable disappointment with science in the public, as people think that scientists are always arguing with each other
C
The main reason for growing disappointment with science in the public is the perception that scientists are always arguing with one another
D
The fact that scientists are always arguing with one another causes profound disappointment with science in the public.
E
The perception that scientists are always arguing with each other can be a good reason for growing disappointment with science in the public.
Soru 4

In September 2003, the National Book Foundation ---- that Stephen King ---- the recipient of a ‘lifetime award’.

A
announced / would be
B
announces / has to be
C
had announced / used to be
D
had been announcing / has been
E
would be announcing / is to be
Soru 5

When compared with petrol, hydrogen is ---- clean and does not produce carbon emissions when it is burned.

A
fundamentally
B
relatively
C
promptly
D
severely
E
gradually
Soru 6

----, many of the main tourist attractions in London are fairly close to one another.

A
Despite the fact that it is an excellent city for walkers with its parks
B
As the city is facing an increasing migration problem
C
Although the city is much more spread out than other European capitals
D
Now that hotel prices tend to stay high all year round
E
Given that the routes for many places will take you to the past
Soru 7

(I) Bowling is an indoor sport with an ancient history. (II) It is played by delivering a ball at pins as opposed to a target. (III) If you learn to bowl, you will enjoy a popular sport. (IV) The game of nine pins was taken to the US by Dutch and German immigrants. (V) When the sport was outlawed, a 10th pin was added as a way around the legislation.

A
I
B
V
C
III
D
IV
E
II
Soru 8

Nancy:  In your article, you explain the relationships between culture and our perception of advice. Am I right?

Dr. Watson:  Yes, you are. This is actually the main point I make in my paper.

Nancy:  ----

Dr. Watson:  Though we don’t know much about the prevalence, we do know very well that it exists everywhere and in every culture.

A
Do you think your paper will receive interest from the scientific world?
B
Can you come up with any satisfactory solution to this problem?
C
Will you continue to search for a relationship between culture and autism?
D
How do people from different cultures perceive autism then?
E
You also say autism is universal. What do you mean by that?
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