2014 YDS İngilizce Sonbahar Çıkmış Sorular

2014 YDS İngilizce Sonbahar Çıkmış Sorular

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Soru 1

Dilek:  Do you think the digital age will bring an end to libraries?

Selin:  ----

Dilek:  I never thought about it like that. So, you mean libraries actually encourage the digital age.

Selin:  Exactly, the future offers hope by placing libraries in a broader context as key parts of the information society rather than just rooms full of books.

A
I don’t know, but to my mind, using a mouse to control a cursor is as important as learning to understand letters on a page.
B
Today, some libraries are being handed over to voluntary groups or charities, so the answer of your questions depends on their steps.
C
I am not certain whether tomorrow’s libraries will be able to offer access to the shared space of the network.
D
Definitely not. For me, they offer a lot more than just books; they are information centres and the Internet access points for a wide community.
E
Sooner or later, we’ll find ourselves at a point in time where the library will either become extinct or evolve into something fitter for the modern age.
Soru 2

(I) When US athlete Frank Jarvis clocked 11 seconds to win the 100m at the Olympic final in Paris in 1900, it was considered a miracle. (II) Today, such a time would not even qualify an athlete for the English Schools Senior Boys’ National Standard of 10.9 seconds. (III) So what has changed? (IV) The most significant factor is the change in body shape in elite athletes – they have longer legs and arms, and it gives them an advantage from the mid-point of the race onwards. (V) However, swimmers have to use four times as much energy as runners to cover the same distance.

A
IV
B
V
C
I
D
III
E
II
Soru 3

A new type of airport X-ray scanner ---- lately by an innovative company ---- the contents of bottles.

A
is built / to be detected
B
will be built / being detected
C
was built / to have detected
D
has been built / to detect
E
had been built / having detected
Soru 4

The story of creating power begins with the ---- of the most obvious natural resources around us – water and wind.

A
estimation
B
termination
C
perception
D
exploitation
E
elaboration
Soru 5

Textbooks are viewed as a means of presenting established bodies of knowledge to students.

A
Ders kitaplarının yerleşmiş olan bilgiyi öğrencilere aktarma işlevi bulunmaktadır.
B
Yerleşmiş olan bilgi, öğrencilere ders kitapları aracılığıyla aktarılmaktadır
C
Yerleşmiş olan bilgiyi öğrencilere sunan ders kitapları bir araç olarak görülmektedir.
D
Ders kitapları, yerleşmiş olan bilgiyi öğrencilere takdim eden araçlar olarak görülür.
E
Öğrenciler, yerleşmiş olan bilgiyi ders kitapları aracılığıyla edinir.
Soru 6

The importance of language is not only that it allows us to communicate, but also that it gives us an identity, without which we would not know who we are.

A
Language is important not only because it allows us to communicate, but also because it provides us with an identity, which enables us to know who we are.
B
The reason why language is important is not that it allows us to communicate but that it enables us to have an identity with which we know who we are.
C
If it were not for language, with which we can communicate and obtain our identity, we would not be able to know the importance of who we are.
D
Language, through which we can communicate, is important to our knowledge of who we are because it gives us an identity.
E
Language, with which we associate ourselves, is important because it both allows us to communicate and to know who we are.
Soru 7

As long as there are sufficiently large volumes of information ----.

A
the complexity arises from the vast numbers of connections within the system
B
people would need to change their ideas about what artificial intelligence means
C
people have expressed their concerns about privacy in an age of computerised systems
D
it is easy to get a machine to learn to do complicated things
E
human-like machines have begun to influence every realm of life
Soru 8

No one on the planet is going to escape the effects of global warming and for billions the resulting environmental deterioration is going to make life considerably more difficult. ---- The question is whether we will ever be able to achieve a worthwhile international consensus that allows us to do this with any degree of effectiveness.

A
It is too late now to put the clock back, but we can at least attempt to reduce the worst impacts of global warming.
B
In terms of greenhouse gas emissions, things are getting steadily worse, not better.
C
The latter includes ways of using the oceans as a dumping ground for atmospheric carbon dioxide.
D
The more global warming continues to attract the public attention, the closer we are to finding a solution.
E
Without US ratification, emissions from all the industrial countries could rise significantly soon.
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