2018 YKS Yabancı Dil Testi Soruları (YDT) (Part 1)

2018 YKS Yabancı Dil Testi Soruları (YDT) (Part 1)

Tebrikler - 2018 YKS Yabancı Dil Testi Soruları (YDT) (Part 1) adlı sınavı başarıyla tamamladınız. Sizin aldığınız skor %%SCORE%% en yüksek skor %%TOTAL%%. Hakkınızdaki düşüncemiz %%RATING%%
Yanıtlarınız aşağıdaki gibidir.
Soru 1

United Nations Peacekeeping emerged out of World War II to help warring countries or communities to create the ---- for world peace

A
accomplishments
B
inventions
C
interventions
D
predictions
E
conditions
Soru 2

The Hanseatic League, a confederation of North German cities founded in the late 1200’s, ---- special areas in cities across north Europe and controlled most trading routes

A
came out
B
set up
C
kept off
D
put aside
E
turned down
Soru 3

The first woman to cycle around the world was the Latvian-American Annie Kopchovsky who ---- financial sponsorship in return for ---- an advertised placard on her bike

A
was receiving / to hang
B
would receive / having hung
C
had received / to be hung
D
received / hanging
E
has been receiving / being hung
Soru 4

An important task of childhood is learning how to bring emotions under reasonable control ---- children who cannot manage their emotions are likely to experience problems with other people

A
in case
B
even if
C
once
D
since
E
unless
Soru 5

The nervous system is the most complex of all the body's systems. It is a detailed network of sensory cells, originating in the brain and spinal cord that transmits signals (1)---- the body. It uses a caravan of chemical messengers to make sense of this marvelous complex that we (2)---- as touch, taste, smell, hearing, and vision. In fact, at this precise moment, (3)---- an extraordinary relationship between our eyes and our brain, we are able to see and understand what we are reading. Modern cameras (4)---- on the same basic principles as our eye. (5)----, they have never been able to equal the visual power of the eye. The focus and the automatic aperture of the human eye are perfect

(1) nolu boş bırakılan yere uygun düşen sözcük ya da ifadeyi bulunuz.

A
against
B
on
C
with
D
throughout
E
by
Soru 6

The nervous system is the most complex of all the body's systems. It is a detailed network of sensory cells, originating in the brain and spinal cord that transmits signals (1)---- the body. It uses a caravan of chemical messengers to make sense of this marvelous complex that we (2)---- as touch, taste, smell, hearing, and vision. In fact, at this precise moment, (3)---- an extraordinary relationship between our eyes and our brain, we are able to see and understand what we are reading. Modern cameras (4)---- on the same basic principles as our eye. (5)----, they have never been able to equal the visual power of the eye. The focus and the automatic aperture of the human eye are perfect

(2) nolu boş bırakılan yere uygun düşen sözcük ya da ifadeyi bulunuz.

A
duplicate
B
notice
C
integrate
D
classify
E
visualise
Soru 7

The nervous system is the most complex of all the body's systems. It is a detailed network of sensory cells, originating in the brain and spinal cord that transmits signals (1)---- the body. It uses a caravan of chemical messengers to make sense of this marvelous complex that we (2)---- as touch, taste, smell, hearing, and vision. In fact, at this precise moment, (3)---- an extraordinary relationship between our eyes and our brain, we are able to see and understand what we are reading. Modern cameras (4)---- on the same basic principles as our eye. (5)----, they have never been able to equal the visual power of the eye. The focus and the automatic aperture of the human eye are perfect

(3) nolu boş bırakılan yere uygun düşen sözcük ya da ifadeyi bulunuz.

A
instead of
B
despite
C
in addition to
D
because of
E
similar to
Soru 8

The nervous system is the most complex of all the body's systems. It is a detailed network of sensory cells, originating in the brain and spinal cord that transmits signals (1)---- the body. It uses a caravan of chemical messengers to make sense of this marvelous complex that we (2)---- as touch, taste, smell, hearing, and vision. In fact, at this precise moment, (3)---- an extraordinary relationship between our eyes and our brain, we are able to see and understand what we are reading. Modern cameras (4)---- on the same basic principles as our eye. (5)----, they have never been able to equal the visual power of the eye. The focus and the automatic aperture of the human eye are perfect

(4) nolu boş bırakılan yere uygun düşen sözcük ya da ifadeyi bulunuz.

A
are designed
B
had been designed
C
will be designed
D
will have been designed
E
were being designed
Soru 9

The nervous system is the most complex of all the body's systems. It is a detailed network of sensory cells, originating in the brain and spinal cord that transmits signals (1)---- the body. It uses a caravan of chemical messengers to make sense of this marvelous complex that we (2)---- as touch, taste, smell, hearing, and vision. In fact, at this precise moment, (3)---- an extraordinary relationship between our eyes and our brain, we are able to see and understand what we are reading. Modern cameras (4)---- on the same basic principles as our eye. (5)----, they have never been able to equal the visual power of the eye. The focus and the automatic aperture of the human eye are perfect

(5) nolu boş bırakılan yere uygun düşen sözcük ya da ifadeyi bulunuz.

A
For instance
B
Furthermore
C
Thus
D
Instead
E
However
Soru 10

Despite being the best thing he had written up to that time, when Sir Arthur Conan Doyle wrote the first Sherlock Holmes story, ----.

A
the plot of the story was loved by the public
B
much was known about the main character
C
it soon became a best-seller
D
very few publishers were interested
E
he immediately earned a great amount of money
Soru 11

Consumers purchase products and services to experience certain emotional states or achieve emotional goals in a process called emotional arousal. Emotions can create a feeling of pleasure or satisfaction, but they can also give the consumer the perception that their purchase will help them avoid a feeling of displeasure. No matter what the purchase is, consumers must somehow associate a positive emotional connection between a product and themselves. Positive emotions can include the fulfillment of a desire or the feelings of safety and protection. Consumers also have both unexpressed and expressed emotions. It is important to understand the difference between these emotions because if a consumer is purchasing but is not expressing any emotion toward a product, you may need to ask more questions in order to reach the customer on a deeper level. Doing so helps the consumers feel that they are somehow linked to your product and that it produces a favorable image of them. This reaction evokes consumer identification with your product and motivates them to buy – and keep buying – your product.

How does buying something affect consumers’ emotions?

A
It results in a feeling of regret for purchasing too much
B
It influences every decision consumers make before purchasing
C
It leads to a condition of discomfort and misery
D
It causes consumers to have damaging thoughts
E
It gives consumers a feeling of achievement
Soru 12

Consumers purchase products and services to experience certain emotional states or achieve emotional goals in a process called emotional arousal. Emotions can create a feeling of pleasure or satisfaction, but they can also give the consumer the perception that their purchase will help them avoid a feeling of displeasure. No matter what the purchase is, consumers must somehow associate a positive emotional connection between a product and themselves. Positive emotions can include the fulfillment of a desire or the feelings of safety and protection. Consumers also have both unexpressed and expressed emotions. It is important to understand the difference between these emotions because if a consumer is purchasing but is not expressing any emotion toward a product, you may need to ask more questions in order to reach the customer on a deeper level. Doing so helps the consumers feel that they are somehow linked to your product and that it produces a favorable image of them. This reaction evokes consumer identification with your product and motivates them to buy – and keep buying – your product.

It is important to comprehend the difference between unexpressed and expressed emotions because ----

A
these expressions are evidence of how consumers can reach emotional goals
B
consumers need to get rid of any uncomfortable and unsafe feelings
C
when consumers identify themselves with a particular product, they keep buying it
D
emotions are important in understanding why consumers buy certain products
E
consumers make decisions based on perceptions rather than reality
Soru 13

Consumers purchase products and services to experience certain emotional states or achieve emotional goals in a process called emotional arousal. Emotions can create a feeling of pleasure or satisfaction, but they can also give the consumer the perception that their purchase will help them avoid a feeling of displeasure. No matter what the purchase is, consumers must somehow associate a positive emotional connection between a product and themselves. Positive emotions can include the fulfillment of a desire or the feelings of safety and protection. Consumers also have both unexpressed and expressed emotions. It is important to understand the difference between these emotions because if a consumer is purchasing but is not expressing any emotion toward a product, you may need to ask more questions in order to reach the customer on a deeper level. Doing so helps the consumers feel that they are somehow linked to your product and that it produces a favorable image of them. This reaction evokes consumer identification with your product and motivates them to buy – and keep buying – your product.

Which of the following could be the main idea of this passage?

A
Consumers satisfy all of their needs by purchasing products
B
It is unclear whether emotions truly have an impact on consumer behaviour.
C
It is important to evaluate the emotional needs of customers
D
The motivational process begins with the need for a certain product
E
Consumers are triggered by some specific emotions when buying a product
Soru 14

James:  Is it possible to cite sources from the Internet in our papers?

Vince:  Well, it depends on the source you’re referring to.

James:  ----

Vince:  Of course not. We’re writing an academic paper and all the information should be reliable

A
What do you mean by that? Can’t we cite every source we find online?
B
So are you saying that we should consult our advisors first?
C
I see. Why don’t we go to the computer lab and check the database?
D
The Internet has the necessary information. It isn’t worth going to the library, is it?
E
I didn’t get your point. Would you please be more specific?
Soru 15

Eating healthily does not mean obsessing about the features of the specific nutrients in a meal, nor following the latest trends.

A
Both the features of the particular nutrients in a meal and the most recent fashion should be continually followed to eat healthily
B
One does not need to be too interested in the features of the specific nutrients in a meal but needs to follow the most recent fashion
C
Being obsessed about the qualities of the particular nutrients in a meal and also following the latest trends do not help someone have a healthy diet
D
A healthy diet does not require us to think too much about the features of the specific nutrients in a meal but it does require an awareness of the recent trends
E
People who are not obsessed with the most recent trends and the qualities of some nutrients in a meal should achieve a healthy die
Soru 16

Your friend’s mother is in the hospital and needs to have immediate surgery. Your friend is worried about her mother’s health. You try to empathise with her situation and console her by saying: ----

A
I know it’s difficult when our loved ones are ill, but I’m sure the operation will go well and your mother will feel better in a very short time
B
Actually, my friend Jane’s mom had the same operation three times. But she still has a lot of pain, so I hope your mother’s will go better
C
The doctors and nurses in this hospital are very well-trained. If I needed surgery, I guess I would also choose this hospital
D
Your mother’s surgery is a major one and the chances of a full recovery seem a bit low. Good luck to your mom
E
Why don’t you take your mother to another doctor for a second opinion? This might help you feel much better and get rid of your doubts.
Soru 17

To produce a tomato with a longer shelf life, scientists managed to remove a gene from tomatoes that led to the softening of fruits as they age

A
Meyveleri zaman içinde yumuşatan bir geni domateslerden çıkarmayı başaran bilim insanları, raf ömrü daha uzun bir domates ürettiler.
B
Bilim insanları, meyvelerin zamanla yumuşamasına yol açan bir geni domateslerden çıkarmayı başararak raf ömrü daha uzun bir domates ürettiler
C
Bilim insanları, meyvelerin zaman içinde yumuşamasını önlemek için, domateslerden bir geni çıkararak raf ömrü daha uzun bir meyve üretmeyi başardılar
D
Meyvelerin zamanla yumuşamasına sebep olan bir gen, raf ömrünün uzatılabilmesi için bilim insanları tarafından domateslerden başarıyla çıkarıldı
E
Raf ömrü daha uzun bir domates üretmek için, bilim insanları meyvelerin zamanla yumuşamasına sebep olan bir geni domateslerden çıkarmayı başardılar
Soru 18

Hava kirliliğini duyduğumuzda araba egzozlarını ve büyük fabrikaları düşünürüz, fakat hava kirliliğinin en büyük kaynağı saç spreyi ve şampuan gibi evde kullanılan ürünlerdir

A
While we think that car exhausts and large factories are responsible for air pollution, hair spray, shampoo and other household items are the biggest sources of air pollution.
B
When we hear air pollution, we think of the exhausts from cars and large factories, but household items including hair spray and shampoo cause more air pollution
C
Though household items such as hair spray and shampoo are the biggest causes of air pollution, we think of car exhausts and large factories when we hear the air pollution
D
When we hear air pollution, we think of car exhausts and large factories, but the biggest source of air pollution is household items such as hair spray and shampoo
E
Contrary to what we think when we hear air pollution, household items such as hair spray and shampoo generate more air pollution than the exhausts from cars and large factories
Soru 19

(I) Most psychologists still have not agreed on a definition of emotional intelligence. (II) Therefore, they define emotional intelligence in various ways, depending on which expert you ask. (III) The ‘discovery’ of the concept of emotional intelligence came about accidentally. (IV) Most definitions of emotional intelligence focus on your ability to be aware of, understand, and manage both your own as well as other people’s emotions in order to adapt to life’s demands and pressures. (V) Another definition is the ability to tune in to the world, to read situations, and to connect with others while taking charge of your own life

A
V
B
III
C
IV
D
II
E
I
Soru 20

(I) The majority of tourists visiting Greece are European, although large numbers of people also visit from North America. (II) Greece has a rich history stretching back thousands of years. (III) Yet, the modern nation state only won its independence from the Turks in 1829, and it took control of some islands as recently as 1947. (IV) Also due to its mountainous terrian and lack of natural resources, it was one of the poorest members of the Europen Union. (V) However, its large shipping fleet and earnings from tourism have helped the economy grow rapidly as time has passed

A
III
B
II
C
V
D
IV
E
I
Sınavı tamamlamak için butona tıklayınız, yanlışlarınız gösterilecektir. Sonuçları al.
20 tamamladınız.
Liste
Geri dön
Tamamlananlar işaretlendi.
12345
678910
1112131415
1617181920
Son
Geri dön

Bir cevap yazın

E-posta hesabınız yayımlanmayacak.