2015 e-YDS – 8 – İngilizce Çıkmış Sorular
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Lisa: – Many people say robots in the near future will do most of the housework, leaving plenty of time for leisure activities.
Martha: – ‐‐‐‐
Lisa: – Interesting! Why do you think so?
Martha: – Well, having to work for a living gives us a feeling of self‐worth, and this feeling makes leisure time enjoyable
The idea of limitless leisure time sounds attractive, and I'm looking forward to living in such an environment.
That's good news, especially for those who hate going to work every day, as they'll have more time to do the things they enjoy
Robots can also allow us to rediscover the rich cultural life enjoyed by our less pressured ancestors.
I don't think robots will ever be sophisticated enough to be able to do complicated tasks humans perform.
I wouldn't like that. A world where virtually all work is carried out by robots would be a sad place
The beginning of mathematics is found in the first advanced civilizations. Where art, architecture, writing, justice, and philosophy began to develop, the systematic study of computations and geometry were also initiated. ‐‐‐‐ The Arabic numerals, for instance, actually originated from India. They reached Europe through the work of Arabic mathematicians
The first use of what we now call mathematics goes back 5,000 years, and at first mathematics enabled people to simplify a number of practical tasks
On the other hand, the first scientific use of abstract mathematical concepts took place at around 500 BC.
Humankind was not given numbers in the cradle; however, they were needed to determine the size of a herd of animals with little effort.
Mathematics was established as a science in Greece in ancient times by Pythagoras of Samos.
Business and commercial trade that brought goods to other people also contributed to the transfer of some mathematical knowledge.
Workers should expect to return to school several times during their working lives just to ‐‐‐‐ developments in their fields
keep up with
go along with
do away with
cut down on
fall behind with
‐‐‐‐ male and female roles have become less sharply differentiated in some societies than they were in the past, they are still a very important source of inequality and difference
(I) What people have at their breakfast tables differs greatly across nations – croissant for the French or bread for the Turks. (II) A quick, nutritious and healthy breakfast does not need to take much time. (III) In fact, it merely requires a little forward planning. (IV) The problem is that we are all in a hurry in the morning, and this has been the basis of the success of the carbohydrate breakfast over the past 40 years. (V) When you are rushing and need a quick burst of energy, what could be easier than a bowl of cereal or a slice of toast with marmalade?
Despite the fact that Latin America has enjoyed a period of growth and stability, no other country in the region has achieved the monumental reduction in poverty that Venezuela has.
Venezuela has been incredibly successful at reducing poverty because the whole of Latin America has successfully undergone an enjoyable period of growth and stability.
All the countries in Latin America, which have undergone a period of growth and stability, have been able to reduce poverty – especially Venezuela
All of Latin America has experienced a period of growth and stability, but only Venezuela has been able to achieve a reduction in poverty in all its regions.
Although growth and stability are common features throughout Latin America, the reduction in poverty is mainly due to the influence of Venezuela in the region.
Even though the whole of Latin America has benefitted from a period of growth and stability, the most significant decrease of poverty in the region can be seen in Venezuela
Although coming into contact with the bodies of Ebola victims during funerals is inevitable, ‐‐‐‐.
the World Health Organization has made additional funding available
hospitals have installed high technology diagnosis software
little effort has been made to inform people about the risks
innovations towards record keeping have archived all cases
people have been categorized into various contact groups
The reason why Germany has been able to sustain its competitiveness against manufacturers in Asia and elsewhere is that it has made good use of new technology.
Almanya’nın Asya ve başka yerlerdeki üreticilere karşı rekabet edebilirliğini sürdürebilmesinin sebebi yeni teknolojiyi iyi kullanmasıdır
Asya ve başka yerlerdeki üreticilere karşı rekabet edebilirliğini sürdürebilen Almanya, yeni teknolojiyi iyi kullanmaktadır
Almanya’nın Asya ve başka yerlerdeki üreticilere karşı rekabet edebilirliğini sürdürebilmesinin sebebi olarak yeni teknolojiyi iyi kullanması gösterilebilir.
Almanya, Asya ve başka yerlerdeki üreticilere karşı rekabet edebilirliğini sürdürmektedir ve bunu yeni teknolojiyi iyi kullanmasına borçludur.
Almanya’nın yeni teknolojiyi iyi kullanması, Asya ve başka yerlerdeki üreticilere karşı rekabet edebilirliğini sürdürebilmesini sağlamıştır
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