2016 e-YDS – 1 – İngilizce Çıkmış Sorular

2016 e-YDS - 1 - İngilizce Çıkmış Sorular

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Soru 1

Ebeveynler bir çocuğun bir başkasını korkuttuğunu gösteren işaretlerin farkında olmalı ve böyle durumlarda okul idarecileriyle birlikte çalışarak hemen harekete geçmelidirler.

A
Parents should realize the signs of bullying among children and work together with school administrators in such cases taking immediate action.
B
Parents should be aware of the signs that a child is bullying another and, in such cases, take immediate action working together with school administrators.
C
When parents realize the signs of a child's bullying another, they should work together with school administrators to take immediate action in such cases.
D
The signs that a child is bullying another child should be noticed by parents, who should work with school administrators to take immediate action in such cases.
E
Being aware of the signs that a child is bullying another, parents and school administrators should work together to take immediate action in such cases.
Soru 2

Although the temple form is the most important architectural type in Greek history, ----.

A
the history of Greek architecture is essentially the history of the development of the Greek temple
B
the earliest examples of temples of the Greek age can be deduced from archaeological evidence
C
the Temple of Olympian Zeus was one of the largest in Athens in the antiquity
D
there are a number of other kinds of structures to consider such as the theater and tombs
E
the Parthenon in Athens might be one of the best-preserved Greek temples in the modern world
Soru 3

(I) Taste-testing high-quality chocolates may sound like a pleasant job but it is a thankless one because the flavour differences are subtle. (II) "Like those who grow grapes and make wine, chocolatiers have their own terminology," says Mark Pennington, a gourmet sales manager for western Canada. (III) Chocolate traceable to a specific region or plantation is known as 'single origin'. (IV) Common descriptors are fruity, earthy, nutty, and roasted. (V) A chocolate might be fruity with notes of red fruit like dried cherries, or earthy with hints of grass or moss.

A
I
B
III
C
V
D
III
E
IV
Soru 4

Tiny bioelectronic devices surgically ---- on nerves interfere with and change the body's own processes ---- them function better.

A
being implanted / to have made
B
implanted / to make
C
implanting / making
D
to implant / to be making
E
to be implanted / having made
Soru 5

Across a range of specialities, engineering graduates are among the few who can get a wellpaid post with relative ease.

A
Besides being among those that can find a highwage job easily, engineering graduates have a number of advantages compared to many other specialities.
B
Engineering graduates can find a good job with a high salary, in addition to being among the few who can do their jobs easily when compared to those in other specialities.
C
Among the graduates from a range of specialities, engineering students are among the limited number of graduates who cannot get a high-wage job easily.
D
Graduates from engineering departments are among the limited number of people that can find a job with a high salary more easily when compared to those in a variety of specialities.
E
Finding a good job is not very easy for many engineering graduates when compared to the well-paid graduates of other specialities.
Soru 6

Because much of the interior of South America is ----, all its major population centers are along the coast.

A
uninhabitable
B
immobile
C
indescribable
D
dislocated
E
irreversible
Soru 7

Journalist: – Many governments are now taking action to encourage the use of natural gas to slow down the rate at which climate changes.

Professor: – ----

Journalist: – Why do you say so? Isn't natural gas less damaging than other fossil fuels?

Professor: – That may be true but relying on natural gas will probably push down the renewable energy sector.

A
Natural gas doesn't do less harm to the environment than fossil fuels anyway.
B
I don't think a move to natural gas will help the climate after all.
C
Climate change isn't the only catastrophe humanity is facing.
D
It's difficult to understand how climate change affects the environment.
E
There are a number of differing theories on climate change.
Soru 8

On 14 August 2003, the north-eastern US and Canada were crippled by an enormous electrical blackout that affected 50 million people. Commuters struggled to get to work, ATMs failed, 36 car manufacturing plants were closed and hundreds of flights were cancelled, resulting in tens of millions of dollars in economic losses. The cause was later found to be a software bug in a control room. A few weeks later, the whole of Italy was cut off from Europe's electricity grid for 18 hours after falling trees took out two power lines in neighboring Switzerland. ---- But in fact they are becoming increasingly common, and will only get more frequent and severe.

A
Unless we act now, more and more countries will start to experience similar events.
B
Software bugs are easy to detect if the technical expertise is available in the country.
C
Electricity systems are complex high-tech assemblages in most of the countries affected.
D
People tend to think of such events as occasional, inconvenient occurrences
E
Electrical devices fuel our existence because they are crucial for our food, water and transport.
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