2015 e-YDS –7 – İngilizce Çıkmış Sorular
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Yanıtlarınız aşağıdaki gibidir.
Sera etkisi nedeniyle meydana gelen ısınma, fırtınaların sıklığını ve şiddetini artırmasa bile, muhtemelen yağmur ve kar yağışının zamanlamasını, süresini ve dağılımını değiştirecektir
Greenhouse warming does not increase the frequency of and severity of storms unless it alters the timing, duration, and distribution of rain and snowfall
Even if greenhouse warming does not increase the frequency and severity of storms, it is likely to alter the timing, duration, and distribution of rain and snowfall
Whereas greenhouse warming does not increase the frequency and severity of storms, it is expected that it will alter the timing, duration, and distribution of rain and snowfall.
Even though greenhouse warming does not increase the frequency and severity of storms, it is possible that the timing, duration, and distribution of rain and snowfall will be influenced
Greenhouse warming does not increase the frequency and severity of storms, but it can change the timing, duration, and distribution of rain and snowfall.
Ezgi: – I've just read an interesting article. It explained that laughing, itching, coughing and crying are all socially contagious actions.
Merve: – ----
Ezgi: – You're right but some actions are also infectious.
Merve: – Then it probably means that even yawning can spread from person to person. Am I right?
Ezgi: – Absolutely. It's so infectious that we tend to yawn when we see, hear, or even read about someone else doing it
I've always thought that germs are the only things we have to worry about "catching".
I know for certain that not all infections are highly contagious
I think that traits and choices of our friends have an effect on our emotions
Well, we like to be in control of our well-being without interference from others.
I know infectious laughter can spread from one person to another.
One important mechanism that shapes a child's behavior is imitation. All people, particularly children, have a strong tendency to imitate others. ---- A child observes other people being angry or controlling their anger and copies them. Thus, the child's own aggressive behavior is shaped and determined by what he or she observes others doing.
One of the most common sources of anger is an attack or intrusion by another person
When children are rewarded, they are more likely to repeat that behavior
This imitation extends to virtually every kind of behavior, including aggression.
Children imitate some people more than others
Imitating others does not mean that the child will behave aggressively
(I) Pia Winberg at the University of Wollongong in Australia is looking at seaweed cultivation for medical application. (II) And for that, she prefers growing it on land. (III) Unlike seaweed grown for biofuel or food, medical uses need highly controlled growing conditions. (IV) Using 25- metre-long saltwater tanks, Winberg can manipulate the plants to encourage the traits she needs. (V) Many seaweed species have yet to be classified, so there are likely to be many more species with valuable medical uses.
Despite delivering calcium and protein, drinking a lot of milk does not provide a net health benefit for women and may even ---- their longterm survival prospects.
The Spanish will need to keep improving their tomato growing techniques to stay ahead of the Turks and Moroccans, who are producing ever more efficiently at lower cost than the Spanish
It is more efficient and less expensive to grow tomatoes in Turkey and Morocco, and if Spain wants to follow their example, they will have to produce better quality tomatoes.
The Spanish need to look into ways of producing better tomatoes at a lower cost than those cultivated far more efficiently by the Turks and Moroccans.
In order to stay ahead in the tomato-growing market, Spain would be well-advised to follow the example of producers in other countries, particularly Turkey and Morocco.
Tomato growing techniques are improving in countries like Turkey and Morocco, which means that Spanish tomato producers feel threatened by the competition.
The Turks and Moroccans produce tomatoes in a cheaper and more efficient way than the Spanish, and if Spain wants to remain in the lead, they will need to continue to develop the way they grow tomatoes
Time seems to pass at the same rate ---- everyone, but Einstein’s theory of relativity shows that time is not constant ---- the Universe
from / in
on / about
for / throughout
among / at
to / on
Metallurgy, the use of metals, started at different times across the globe, ----.
so that metal could be worked into any shape when struck
as the West developed the technology to make cast iron during the 16th century
even if early metallurgists often preferentially exploited copper ores
since iron was extracted from the bloom by repeated hammering and heating
but by the first millennium BC it was extensively practised
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