2015 e-YDS – 1 – İngilizce Çıkmış Sorular

2015 e-YDS – 1 – İngilizce Çıkmış Sorular

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Soru 1

Our ability to understand speech is diminished if we cannot see the lips of the speaker, especially in a noisy environment or when the speaker has a thick accent that is foreign to us

A
It is harder for us to understand speech when we are in a noisy environment and we cannot see the speaker’s lips or if their accent is very strong and unfamiliar
B
It is very important, particularly when there is a lot noise, for us to be able to see the speaker’s lips and hear their accent if we want to understand what someone is saying.
C
In order to understand human speech, a number of factors must be present – a clear accent, a quiet environment and the ability to interpret what the lips are saying.
D
A heavy foreign accent, a noisy environment and a speaker’s lips are all obstacles when it comes to understanding speech
E
The ability to understand someone who is speaking in a noisy environment depends on our flexibility towards foreign accents as well as seeing the speaker’s lips.
Soru 2

The earliest of the ancient civilizations all shared the same fundamental view of the cosmos: that the Earth lay at the centre. ---- The specific explanations varied from an ancient society to another. However, the one that came to dominate the minds of Europeans was established by successive generations of Greek philosophers.

A
It was the great philosopher, Aristotle, who refined the explanation of the movements in the heavens
B
NASA has completely rejected the idea of the Earth lying at the heart of the whole cosmos.
C
The first known idea of the stars being fixed to sphere, or hemisphere is attributed to Anaximenes of Miletus in the 6th century
D
The Sumerians, the Babylonians and the Egyptians all had the Sun, Moon, stars and planets revolving around us
E
Ancient astronomers thought that planets behaved in a strange fashion; which they failed to figure out why
Soru 3

Following the agricultural revolution, a large scale transition from hunting and gathering to agriculture, humans contributed to the ---- of many large land mammals on the planet.

A
division
B
irritation
C
fluctuation
D
refraction
E
extinction
Soru 4

(I) Life first stirred on this planet about three and a half billion years ago. (II) At first, and for immense periods from then on, it was comprised only of the simplest single-celled organisms. (III) Powered by sunlight, these early life forms took carbon dioxide gas and water from their environment and used these materials to make carbohydrates as a means to produce energy. (IV) Carbohydrates are essential elements for carbon-based organisms to produce necessary energy to continue their existence. (V) As a by-product they released oxygen and therefore changed the atmosphere over billions of years.

A
I
B
III
C
IV
D
V
E
II
Soru 5

Erhan: - Today, I read an interesting article about people who live in hot climates. They act too quickly without thinking of what might happen.

Duygu: - I remember hearing about this, too, but I can’t remember why this happens.

Erhan: - ----

Duygu: - Oh, yes. Just as gloomy weather causes us to feel depressed, hot weather can have a negative effect.

A
The most violent countries are found around the equator, where it is very hot. Isn’t that interesting?
B
On the contrary, cold weather can make us more active and willing to work hard.
C
There are various reasons for this in the article, but I don’t know which one is the real cause
D
In the US, for example, crime rates rise as temperatures increase up to 26°C and start to fall again at around 22°C.
E
Hot weather makes us more stressed, which raises adrenalin levels and reduces our ability to think rationally.
Soru 6

The real meaning of a society cannot be found in its constitution but in the actions and beliefs of its people and its leaders

A
Bir toplumun gerçek değeri sadece anayasasında bulunmaz, aynı zamanda insanlarının ve liderlerinin davranışları ve inançlarına bakılmalıdır
B
Bir toplumun gerçek değeri anayasasında değil, insanlarının ve liderlerinin davranışları ve inançlarında bulunabilir.
C
Bir toplumun gerçek değerini bulmak için anayasasına değil, insanlarının ve liderlerinin davranışları ve inançlarına bakılması gerekir.
D
Bir toplumun gerçek değeri söylendiği gibi anayasasında değil, insanlarının ve liderlerinin davranışları ve inançlarında bulunabilir
E
Bir toplumun gerçek değeri anayasasında bulunamayacağı için insanlarının ve liderlerinin davranışları ve inançlarında bulunabilir.
Soru 7

Video-gamers may think they are great multi-taskers ---- research suggests that they are no better at driving while talking than anyone else.

A
until
B
because
C
once
D
if
E
but
Soru 8

In Mesopotamia, where the soil was particularly fertile, large-scale farming became possible ----.

A
if the king had allowed peasants to pay less taxes for the services there presented
B
whenever frequent rainfall made the area susceptible to destruction
C
in case there were draughts and people were not fed adequately
D
even though it was possible to produce food for non-farmers such as workers
E
once irrigation methods had developed to supply the land with water
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