2016 e-YDS - 5 - İngilizce Çıkmış Sorular
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Adult education has now become so important a feature of societies that it increasingly attracts more attention of sociologists, politicians, and businesses.
Yetişkin eğitimi günümüzde toplumlar için son derece önemli bir hâl aldıkça, toplum bilimcilerin, politikacıların ve işletmelerin gittikçe daha fazla dikkatini çekmektedir.
Yetişkin eğitimi günümüzde toplumların son derece önemli bir özelliği hâline geldiği için toplum bilimcilerin, politikacıların ve işletmelerin gittikçe daha çok dikkatini çekmektedir.
Yetişkin eğitiminin günümüzde toplumlar için oldukça önemli bir hâl alması, toplum bilimcilerin, politikacıların ve işletmelerin gittikçe daha fazla dikkatini çekmektedir.
Yetişkin eğitimi günümüzde toplumların o kadar önemli bir özelliği hâline gelmiştir ki toplum bilimcilerin, politikacıların ve işletmelerin gittikçe daha çok dikkatini çekmektedir.
Yetişkin eğitimi günümüzde toplumların oldukça önemli bir özelliği hâline gelmiştir, bu yüzden toplum bilimcilerin, politikacıların ve işletmelerin gittikçe daha çok dikkatini çekmektedir.
(I) The World Health Organisation estimates that 246 million people have poor vision. (II) Among these, almost 90 percent live in low-income areas without good access to health care or expensive diagnostic machines. (III) To solve this problem, a private laboratory has combined a tool often used for eye tests into a single inexpensive and portable device. (IV) Fitting people for glasses is also important, but it is only half of the battle. (V) It calculates whether someone is shortsighted by measuring the size and shape of their eyes.
Ever since psychologists started studying intelligence, ----.
the first and most popular form of intelligence is called the two-factor theory
it is meant to represent how generally intelligent you are based on your performance
common measuring factors of intelligence include memory, attention and concentration
they have relied heavily on psychological tests for their concepts
some psychologists come up with a test of mental abilities
Age ---- causes a physical decline and our risk of developing certain diseases such as heart disease and osteoporosis increases.
Robin: – Do you know that when Belgian astronomer Georges Lemaitre suggested that the Universe is expanding, many physicists, including Einstein, rejected his theory?
Douglas: – ----
Robin: – No, not at the beginning. Einstein was at first convinced that the Universe was static. But later, after the introduction of more advanced telescopes, he changed his mind and accepted Lemaitre's theory.
Douglas: – Well, at least he had the wisdom to correct his mistake. Many scientists insist on their misconceptions despite a lot of counter evidence.
So, Lemaitre was the first person to offer what shaped the world of physics?
That's because Einstein was in competition with him, isn't that right?
Were there any other popular scientists opposed to Lemaitre's theory?
Did Lemaitre's theory gain widespread acceptance before he died?
Really? I thought that Einstein also supported the same theory, didn't he?
---- Infants as young as 6 months show interest in and positive behaviours towards other babies, and as infants develop, their interactions with peers become more frequent and more complex. During the preschool years, peer interactions continue to grow in frequency and complexity. Relations with peers become more differentiated, and symbolic forms of interaction begin to predominate over physical ones.
Children’s peer relations undergo dramatic changes with development.
Children’s interactions are affected neither by age nor by experience
Social context proves to be an important source of variations in play across different cultures
Unlike older children, infants cannot spontaneously seek their peers for companionship or pleasure.
Social-learning theories put forward that children learn behaviours within particular situations.
Walter Dill Scott of Northwestern University suggested that advertisers ---- certain fundamental principles on which ---- a rational theory of advertising.
should develop / to construct
had to develop / having constructed
might have developed / being constructed
could develop / to be constructed
can develop / constructing
Languages differ from one another in innumerable ways, but just because people talk differently does not necessarily mean they think differently.
Taking the number of differences among languages into account, people think speakers of different languages can vary in how they think.
One can argue that speakers of different languages think differently just by considering the various differences among languages
The countless differences among languages does not mean that speakers of different languages may actually think differently.
The way speakers of different languages think does not have any influence on the numerous differences among languages.
Speakers of different languages think differently, but in fact, it does not account for the countless differences among languages.
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