2015 e-YDS –5 – İngilizce Çıkmış Sorular

2015 e-YDS –5 – İngilizce Çıkmış Sorular

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Soru 1

Hunting is difficult and sometimes dangerous, but predators have evolved many ways of improving their chances of success. They have acute senses of detecting their prey. Speed, fast reactions, and sheer strength help them catch their meal. ‐‐‐‐ They can avoid being detected by predators, run away, confuse their enemies or even fight back. So predators and prey are often evenly matched in this battle for survival

A
There are many predators that use their speed to take their prey
B
Stalking and chasing prey is hard work, and it can use a lot of energy.
C
But the animals they hunt are not helpless victims
D
Most predators including tigers hunt alone.
E
Many animals survive by hunting and eating other animals
Soru 2

Globalization is the free movement of goods, people and capital; of the three, it is money that has had the most significant effect on our lives recently.

A
The free movement of goods, people and capital is what defines globalization, and all three have deeply affected our lives recently
B
The term globalization refers to the free movement of goods, people and capital, and it is the third one which has lately had the greatest effect on our lives
C
Lately, our lives have been profoundly affected by globalization, particularly with regards to the free movement of goods, people and capital
D
Globalization, which has recently had a dramatic effect on our lives, is defined as being the free movement of goods, people and capital.
E
Money, which is currently the most influential component of globalization in our lives, includes the free movement of goods and people as well.
Soru 3

Tea reached France at the same time as other European countries, at the start of the 17th century, but its consumption was initially confined to Paris.

A
Tüketimi başlangıçta Paris ile sınırlı kalsa da çay, 17. yüzyılın başında diğer Avrupa ülkelerine Fransa ile aynı zamanda gelmiştir.
B
Çay, Fransa’ya 17. yüzyılın başında, diğer Avrupa ülkeleriyle aynı zamanda gelmiştir fakat çayın tüketimi başlangıçta Paris ile sınırlı kalmıştır.
C
Fransa’ya diğer Avrupa ülkeleriyle aynı zamanda gelen çayın tüketimi 17. yüzyılın başında Paris ile sınırlı kalmıştır
D
Çay, Fransa’ya 17. yüzyılın başında diğer Avrupa ülkeleriyle aynı zamanda gelse de çay tüketimi başlangıçta Paris ile sınırlı kalmıştır.
E
Çay, Fransa’ya 17. yüzyılın başında diğer Avrupa ülkeleriyle aynı zamanda gelmesine rağmen çay tüketimi Paris ile sınırlı kalmıştır.
Soru 4

Gizem: ‐ Did you know energy drinks can have more than five times the caffeine of a cup of coffee?

Melek: ‐ That much? I didn't realize it was such a high amount.

Gizem: ‐ ‐‐‐‐

Melek: ‐ Then anyone with such problems should abstain from them completely

A
Fortunately, it provides relief when you're feeling drowsy by forcing your brain into an alert state.
B
I'm not sure but they can improve physical performance better in an endurance exercise.
C
Moreover, consuming energy drinks without water is not recommended
D
And what's more, they can disrupt a person's heart rate and raise blood pressure.
E
I think people don't realize how harmful energy drinks are for their health.
Soru 5

According to a study, young people in the Middle East between 15 and 29 years of age ‐‐‐‐ about one‐third of the region’s population

A
spread
B
constitute
C
maintain
D
resign
E
absorb
Soru 6

The Beatles is a British pop group, ‐‐‐‐ in Liverpool in 1960, ‐‐‐‐ at that time of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Pete Best.

A
having formed / to be consisting
B
forming / having consisted
C
to be formed / to consist
D
formed / consisting
E
having been formed / consisted
Soru 7

‐‐‐‐, so it is not surprising to see that they are popular and increasing in circulation in larger markets

A
Advertisers may sometimes be unwilling to commit a substantial portion of their total ad budget to Sunday papers
B
In a few regions, Sunday papers exceeding three hundred pages are not uncommon
C
Sunday papers are expensive to produce and require a separate editor and additional staff
D
When compared to modern ones, old Sunday papers were providing more family reading material
E
Sunday papers provide something for everyone by offering massive diets of news, sports, travel, and other service features
Soru 8

(I) Although humans do not use smells to communicate, many other mammals do. (II) Odorous substances take a long time to fade and can be left as signposts to mark out an animal's territory. (III) Scents contain a lot of information – they tell visitors the sex of the animal, its age and may even identify the individual. (IV) Mammals can also use sound for a variety of reasons, for example, to attract mates, to startle enemies, and to locate relatives. (V) For example, a male cheetah marks its territory with a jet of strong‐smelling urine, and this warns visiting males to keep out.

A
I
B
III
C
V
D
II
E
IV
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