2015 e-YDS – 2 – İngilizce Çıkmış Sorular
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Ritual and ceremony have been part of our lives ‐‐‐‐.
only if we have made peace with who we are and how we become that way
and extinguishing a candle on your birthday can only help bakeries
while making up your own ceremony may carry negative message from your past
since they provide powerful ways to symbolize and celebrate our achievements
although these exercises leave us at ease with our present and past
Problem çözmede bireylerin mi yoksa grupların mı daha başarılı olacağı yerine getirilecek göreve bağlıdır.
Despite the type of task that needs to be performed, groups will be more successful than individuals in solving problems.
Whether individuals or groups will be more successful in solving problems depends on the type of task to be performed.
If individuals are more successful than groups in solving problems, they will need to work on important tasks
Regardless of the type of task to be performed, groups and individuals should work as successfully as they can to solve problems
Since problem solving is important, it will not matter whether individuals or groups are more successful.
Berkan: ‐ During exercise, most of us will sweat more than 1 litre per hour.
Oktay: ‐ ‐‐‐‐
Berkan: ‐ You can suffer seizure and heart failure once you’ve lost much of the water in your body.
Oktay: ‐ I guess it’s a good idea to keep a bottle of water at hand during exercise.
Berkan: ‐ You’re definitely right.
Why do we sweat excessively during some physical activities?
How can we protect ourselves from the negative effects of too much sweating?
What are the possible consequences of excessive sweating?
What are the situations where we can lose more than that?
Does this amount increase if one has a health problem?
‐‐‐‐ However, this is an inadequate definition for economists. There is a big difference between an office worker who is unemployed for a few weeks and a factory mechanic whose skills are no longer useful in finding a job. The former will soon be back in work whereas the latter may need to be retrained.
The labour market is traditionally defined as flexible for those who are without a job for longer periods
In its very broadest sense, unemployment simply means the state of not having a job.
Governments’ resolve to tackle unemployment is understandable given the trauma associated with losing one’s job.
All too often governments actually encourage people to remain unemployed by making their unemployment benefits more attractive.
Governments are trying to strike a balance between encouraging people to find work and compensating them for losing their jobs.
Human beings’ ability to discriminate sounds at a very early age appears to be ‐‐‐‐ not only in the mother tongue but also in other languages
(I) Building a boat that cannot be sunk may sound like a worthwhile goal, but put enough holes in a ship and it will always sink. (II) The only reliable way to stay afloat is to avoid hitting anything by navigating safely, and ensure that nothing catches fire. (III) In some waters, for example, pirates are an ever‐present danger. (IV) The SOLAS (Safety of Life At Sea) regulations that followed the Titanic disaster have grown to cover a ship’s smallest details. (V) From a requirement for double hulls on oil tankers to the design of buckles on lifejackets, there is a regulation to ensure all components are up to the job.
‐‐‐‐ jet airliners, highways, and high‐speed rail routes, we can go on long‐distance journeys that would have been unthinkable just a few decades ago.
As well as
In spite of
Galileo was different from most previous scientists because he based his theories on his observations and confirmed them using experiments.
In order to differentiate himself from previous scientists, Galileo justified his observations using experiments which were based on his theories.
What made Galileo different from most previous scientists was that his theories agreed with his observations and experiments.
Since Galileo used his observations as a basis for his theories and verified them through experiments, he was unlike many previous scientists.
As Galileo formulated his theories using observations rather than experiments, he hardly resembles many previous scientists.
Galileo was unique among previous scientists as his theories were based on experiments and confirmed by his observations
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