2018 YKS Yabancı Dil Testi Soruları (YDT) (Part 2)

2018 YKS Yabancı Dil Testi Soruları (YDT) (Part 2)

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Soru 1

Invented by the Chinese in the 9th century, gunpowder rapidly became a ---- factor in battle

A
limiting
B
complicating
C
virtual
D
crucial
E
provable
Soru 2

The rapid disappearance of Arctic ice ---- the use of an undersea Internet cable, ---- a shorter path between Europe and Asia.

A
may enable / creating
B
can enable / to be created
C
would enable / to have created
D
must enable / being created
E
should enable / to be creating
Soru 3

At the start of the 20th century, nine out of ten people lived in rural areas where they worked on the land, ---- approximately half of the world’s population today lives in the city.

A
hence
B
so
C
as
D
whether
E
whereas
Soru 4

The body faces many dangers such as physical damage and infectious diseases ----.

A
once the immune system releases chemicals that trigger defence
B
whenever it receives help from disease-fighting bacteria
C
but it has many different systems and barriers to defend itself
D
even though these stem from certain environmental factors
E
if it is strong enough to fight infection and damage
Soru 5

As well as getting rid of waste chemicals, ----.

A
the urinary system includes two kidneys and various tubes for carrying urine
B
urine has a yellow colour because of waste chemicals produced in the body
C
the urinary system helps us maintain a healthy level of water in the body
D
urine can be studied by doctors while diagnosing certain diseases
E
the urinary system is known as an internal cleaning service as it removes toxic wastes
Soru 6

A new helmet display promises to give bikers eyes in the back of their heads. The designer of the equipment states that the inherent problem with motorcycles is that the mirrors reflect a very small image and, because of the position of the mirrors, motorcyclists mostly just see their elbows. A small backlit display screen is added onto motorcycle helmets with an adjustable arm which lets riders place it just below or above their eye, in their peripheral vision. A rear-facing camera attached to the back of the bike streams live video via Wi-Fi to the helmet-mounted receiver. The images are processed and stabilised before they reach the display to accommodate for the bike’s movements. One glance at the display gives the rider a wide view of the road behind them. Although the screen is just next to the user’s face, optics fool the eye into focusing at a more comfortable distance of around 3 metres. However, it is still suggested that users should check their mirrors and do the lifesaver check, turning their heads to check blind spots.

What is the problem regarding the motorcyclists’ vision?

A
Mirror positions constantly need to be changed to follow traffic flow
B
The body’s position on the motorcycle does not allow the biker to see what is happening around him
C
Motorcyclists have difficulty adjusting mirrors to get images from the sides of the bike
D
Fatal accidents cannot be prevented because of the limited use of mirrors
E
It is difficult for bikers to get a broad view of the road behind them using only their mirrors
Soru 7

A new helmet display promises to give bikers eyes in the back of their heads. The designer of the equipment states that the inherent problem with motorcycles is that the mirrors reflect a very small image and, because of the position of the mirrors, motorcyclists mostly just see their elbows. A small backlit display screen is added onto motorcycle helmets with an adjustable arm which lets riders place it just below or above their eye, in their peripheral vision. A rear-facing camera attached to the back of the bike streams live video via Wi-Fi to the helmet-mounted receiver. The images are processed and stabilised before they reach the display to accommodate for the bike’s movements. One glance at the display gives the rider a wide view of the road behind them. Although the screen is just next to the user’s face, optics fool the eye into focusing at a more comfortable distance of around 3 metres. However, it is still suggested that users should check their mirrors and do the lifesaver check, turning their heads to check blind spots.

 It is understood from the passage that the helmet display ----

A
views peripheral images and movements, though there is a delay in transmission
B
records the motorcycle’s movements
C
is placed directly below or above the mirror on the front of the bike
D
shows images of what is happening behind the motorcycle
E
ools motorcyclists’ eyes into thinking things are more than 3 metres behind them
Soru 8

A new helmet display promises to give bikers eyes in the back of their heads. The designer of the equipment states that the inherent problem with motorcycles is that the mirrors reflect a very small image and, because of the position of the mirrors, motorcyclists mostly just see their elbows. A small backlit display screen is added onto motorcycle helmets with an adjustable arm which lets riders place it just below or above their eye, in their peripheral vision. A rear-facing camera attached to the back of the bike streams live video via Wi-Fi to the helmet-mounted receiver. The images are processed and stabilised before they reach the display to accommodate for the bike’s movements. One glance at the display gives the rider a wide view of the road behind them. Although the screen is just next to the user’s face, optics fool the eye into focusing at a more comfortable distance of around 3 metres. However, it is still suggested that users should check their mirrors and do the lifesaver check, turning their heads to check blind spots.

 Which of the following could be the best title for the passage ?

A
Lifesaver Check of a Motorcyclist
B
Mirrors versus Helmet Displays
C
Image Processing through Helmet Displays
D
Helmet Displays Replace Mirrors
E
New Helmet Technology for Rear Vision
Soru 9

For centuries, the world’s physicists, writers and philosophers have argued about whether time travel is possible, with most coming to the conclusion that it is never going to happen. But on a large plot of land just outside the small town of Comfort, Texas, a group of architects, engineers and scientists are building a ‘Timeship’ that they say it could transport tens of thousands of individuals to a far-distant future. Their approach does not involve the use of flux capacitors, or zooming at light-speed through black holes. Instead, the Timeship aims to store people at such low temperatures that their bodies are preserved for a future civilisation to reanimate them, a concept known as cryonics. “Just as a spaceship allows people to move through space, our Timeship will allow people to travel to another time in the future,” explains Stephen Valentine, who is the director and principal architect of the Timeship project.

According to the group of architects, engineers and scientists in Texas , ......

A
the city is not really suitable for the ‘Timeship’ because it is such a small place
B
time travel is not likely to take place until a far-distant future
C
it is possible that the bodies of people are preserved with almost no changes
D
their ‘Timeship’ will have the capacity of at most 10,000 people
E
it will soon be possible to transport more than 10,000 people to a far-distant future
Soru 10

For centuries, the world’s physicists, writers and philosophers have argued about whether time travel is possible, with most coming to the conclusion that it is never going to happen. But on a large plot of land just outside the small town of Comfort, Texas, a group of architects, engineers and scientists are building a ‘Timeship’ that they say it could transport tens of thousands of individuals to a far-distant future. Their approach does not involve the use of flux capacitors, or zooming at light-speed through black holes. Instead, the Timeship aims to store people at such low temperatures that their bodies are preserved for a future civilisation to reanimate them, a concept known as cryonics. “Just as a spaceship allows people to move through space, our Timeship will allow people to travel to another time in the future,” explains Stephen Valentine, who is the director and principal architect of the Timeship project.

According to the passage, the Timeship ----.

A
will not really move, but rather will show passengers a simulation of what the far-distant future might look like
B
will house people who have been frozen until some time in the future, thus having time-travelled
C
will be able to travel through space, but will avoid black holes through the use of the most modern technology available
D
is constructed in much the same way as a spaceship, but rather than travelling through space it will simply be used to freeze people
E
is designed using the latest technology in order to reach light-speed efficiently while travelling through time
Soru 11

For centuries, the world’s physicists, writers and philosophers have argued about whether time travel is possible, with most coming to the conclusion that it is never going to happen. But on a large plot of land just outside the small town of Comfort, Texas, a group of architects, engineers and scientists are building a ‘Timeship’ that they say it could transport tens of thousands of individuals to a far-distant future. Their approach does not involve the use of flux capacitors, or zooming at light-speed through black holes. Instead, the Timeship aims to store people at such low temperatures that their bodies are preserved for a future civilisation to reanimate them, a concept known as cryonics. “Just as a spaceship allows people to move through space, our Timeship will allow people to travel to another time in the future,” explains Stephen Valentine, who is the director and principal architect of the Timeship project.

Which of the following could be the best title for the passage?

A
A Different Way to Travel Through Time
B
Why Is Time Travel Essential?
C
How to Create a Timeship
D
Faster than a Spaceship
E
Travelling to Space
Soru 12

Jessica:  Why do you think Galileo Galilei is accepted as one of the most important scientists?

Robert:  Because he invented the astronomical telescope and suggested the sun-centered Solar System.

Jessica:  ----

Robert:  It’s really surprising that you’re questioning it. His studies started everything about the Universe!

A
Maybe you can check it online before you believe what people say about him
B
Doesn’t everybody know that his obsession with measurable experiments marked him as one of the founders of modern science?
C
I know all about this, but I just can’t understand why so many popular writers still mention him in their works
D
He did but it’s unfortunate that his conflict with the Church led to the censorship of his publications
E
Yes, I also learnt that he used improved telescopes to identify the moons of Jupiter
Soru 13

Mert:  I ran a couple of kilometres this morning as usual, and I’ve got this awful pain in my leg. Fatma:  ---- Mert:  No, I’ve been running in the mornings for the last three months, I haven’t taken a break. Fatma:  Frequent runners often suffer pain in their legs, and nobody knows why. Maybe you should take it easy for a couple of days

A
Do you usually run in the evenings?
B
Do you always suffer pain after running?
C
Do you think it would help staying healthy?
D
Was it your first time running for a while?
E
Do you stop for water breaks when you’re running?
Soru 14

Officially the biggest street party on the planet, Salvador’s awesome Carnival offers greater participation and much more fun than its more famous counterpart in Rio.

A
The most famous party happens in Rio, which is the biggest street party on the planet, and it offers greater participation and just as much fun as the Carnival in Salvador
B
Salvador’s amazing Carnival is officially the largest street party on the planet, and even though it is not as well-known as the one in Rio, it allows for greater attendance and is much more enjoyable
C
Despite being more famous, Rio’s street party is just as large and fun, and it offers as much participation as the amazing Carnival held in Salvador, which is officially the largest on the planet
D
As it is officially the biggest street party on the planet, the Carnival in Salvador is more famous than the one in Rio and offers a higher degree of participation and fun for all participants
E
Salvador has an amazing party named Carnival, similar to the famous one in Rio, although it is officially much bigger and can allow for just as much fun and participation as the one in Rio
Soru 15

Growth is more gradual in childhood than in infancy, but this is a time when new skills and knowledge are rapidly acquired

A
People who grow up faster in infancy develop new capabilities and knowledge in a longer period of time in childhood
B
Growing up more slowly in infancy does not necessarily mean that acquiring new skills and knowledge in childhood will be fast
C
When compared to infancy, people grow up more slowly throughout their childhood, though they gain new abilities and knowledge fast
D
The pace at which people acquire new abilities and knowledge, and grow up is more gradual in childhood than in infancy
E
People get more knowledgable and develop new skills more rapidly in infancy than they do in childhood, when they grow up slowly
Soru 16

You couldn’t hand in your assignment on time, so you lied to your teacher about your mother being sick in hospital. The next day, your teacher found out the truth, then she phoned your mother. You are ashamed of what you did, and you apologise to your teacher: ----

A
Sorry, I should have told you the truth. But then, you would have been worried about my mother
B
Sorry, I shouldn’t have lied. The truth is I played computer games instead of doing the homework
C
I apologise to you for not handing in the assignment, but you had given us so little time to finish it
D
It’s a shame my mother didn’t back me up. I won’t ever talk to her again
E
I regret lying to you, but that’s my habit, and I can’t help it. But why did you call my mother?
Soru 17

---- A baby was born with a small head caused by incomplete brain development. The mother likely caught the virus in Brazil. Meanwhile, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have advised pregnant women against travel to countries affected by the Zika virus

A
The first case of brain damage linked to the Zika virus on the US soil has been reported in Hawaii
B
Scientists have estimated that the Zika virus may spread across Europe besides the US
C
Brain damages caused by the Zika virus cannot be treated for the time being
D
The effects of the Zika virus have diminished dramatically in the recent years
E
It is foreseen that the US will have to face deaths caused by the Zika virus in the near future
Soru 18

Water makes up 60 per cent of our bodies and 75 per cent of our brains, but there are still plenty of misconceptions and myths in the public about how it relates to our health

A
Su, vücudumuzun yüzde 60’ını ve beynimizin yüzde 75’ini oluşturur ancak halk arasında hâlâ suyun sağlığımızla nasıl ilişkili olduğu hakkında birçok yanlış kanı ve efsane vardır
B
Vücudumuzun yüzde 60’ını ve beynimizin yüzde 75’ini oluşturan suyun sağlığımızla nasıl ilişkili olduğu hakkında halk arasında hâlâ birçok yanlış kanı ve efsane vardır
C
Her ne kadar su vücudumuzun yüzde 60’ını ve beynimizin yüzde 75’ini oluştursa da, sağlığımızla ilişkisi açısından halk arasında hâlâ birçok yanlış kanı ve efsane vardır
D
Su, vücudumuzun yüzde 60’ını ve beynimizin yüzde 75’ini oluşturduğu için halk arasında suyun sağlığımızla nasıl ilişkili olduğu hakkında hâlâ birçok yanlış kanı ve efsane vardır
E
Suyun halk arasında sağlığımızla nasıl ilişkili olduğu hakkında hâlâ birçok yanlış kanıya ve efsaneye sebep olması, vücudumuzun yüzde 60’ını ve beynimizin yüzde 75’ini oluşturmasından kaynaklanmaktadır
Soru 19

İngiliz yazar Jane Austen, gündelik hayattaki sıradan insanları ele alma şekliyle romana modern bir karakter kazandıran ilk yazardır.

A
Jane Austen, who was the first to give the novel its modern character through her treatment of ordinary people in everyday life, was an English writer
B
Jane Austen was the first English writer giving the modern novel its character by her treatment of ordinary people in everyday life
C
The novel got its first modern character from the English writer Jane Austen’s treatment of ordinary people in everyday life
D
The English writer Jane Austen was the first writer to give the novel its modern character through her treatment of ordinary people in everyday life
E
Jane Austen, the first English writer, gave the novel its modern character through her treatment of ordinary people in everyday life
Soru 20

(I) A new electronic tattoo listens to the sounds of the human body, including the heart and muscles. (II) The sensor-loaded skin patch could be used for medical monitoring, like to detect irregular heartbeats, for example. (III) Electronic tattoos are a controversial issue as some people believe that they may harm the body because of the chemicals they include. (IV) Placed on the throat, it could also act as a human-machine interface by picking up the vibrations of your voice, even in noisy conditions. (V) In one demonstration, people used it to play games by voice control at a crowded party

A
III
B
IV
C
I
D
II
E
V
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