2018 YKS Yabancı Dil Testi Soruları (YDT) (Part 4)

2018 YKS Yabancı Dil Testi Soruları (YDT) (Part 4)

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Soru 1

It is difficult to say ---- when people first started to make rope because very few early examples have survived until today

A
exactly
B
eventually
C
importantly
D
partially
E
consistently
Soru 2

Given that it is highly likely that further reservoirs exist, the interior of our planet could contain at least six times ---- much water ---- all the world’s oceans do.

A
so / that
B
whether / or
C
both / and
D
either / or
E
as / as
Soru 3

The panda has become an international symbol for conservation since 1990, winning the public’s affection ---- their distinctive black and white markings and clumsy behaviour.

A
except for
B
in spite of
C
thanks to
D
on behalf of
E
in contrast to
Soru 4

Although whales and dolphins spend their lives in water, ----.

A
nearly all the members are meat-eaters
B
they give birth to their babies, just like other mammals
C
most are intelligent animals and ruthless killers
D
they have to come to the surface to breathe air
E
they all share certain features such as sharp teeth
Soru 5

Though an increasingly small per cent of the population is engaged in agriculture in France, ----

A
the climate is predominately Mediterranean in the south and southeast
B
the country is one of the most important exporters of food in the world
C
the country’s plains are mostly located in the Paris Basin to the north
D
the country has a strong economy, based on commerce and industry
E
much of its population is concentrated in the north and southeast
Soru 6

We spend a notable portion of our lives asleep, ----.

A
so investigating what happens during sleep seems to be ignored
B
yet most of us understand very little about sleep and insomnia
C
but we should learn about what happens to our bodies while we sleep
D
whereas learning about sleep makes the experience less mysterious
E
although we feel closer to finding a solution to the problem of insomnia
Soru 7

Tear production slows as people get older ----.

A
but it can also be reduced by damage to the corneal nerves from contact lenses or eye surgery
B
as driving and staring at a computer screen are among the factors that reduce the blink rate
C
even if tears cannot spread fast enough by themselves to keep up with the rate of evaporation
D
since the different layers of the eye keep it nice and moist, which is necessary for tear production
E
because the surface of the eye is covered in a thin film of fluid to make it smooth
Soru 8

Eda:  I haven't seen you on social media for some time. Don't you use it any more?

Çiğdem:  ----

Eda:  You've done the right thing! Experts say browsing social media sites leads to depression as it triggers a feeling of envy among users.

Çiğdem:  That could be true, as well. But my reason is being too busy to use it these days, not because I'm jealous of others

A
Well, seeing how people are satisfied with their lives gets on my nerves
B
I've closed my account as I've got much more important stuff to do
C
I'm afraid I've forgotten my password, so I can't log in these days
D
I didn't expect you'd notice my absence, but don't worry I'll be back very soon
E
I believe it's a waste of time and I do nothing but follow the lives of people around me
Soru 9

The word ‘fossil’ comes from the Latin word fossilis, meaning ‘dug up’, and that is how some fossils are discovered, although most are exposed by erosion

A
The word ‘fossil’ which originated from the Latin word fossilis, means ‘dug up’ but the way that most of them are discovered is through their appearance after erosion
B
Despite the fact that the word ‘fossil’ is derived from the Latin fossilis, which has the meaning ‘dug up’, not all fossils are discovered that way as they mostly appear due to erosion
C
The word ‘fossil’ is derived from the Latin word fossilis and it means being ‘dug up’ instead of being discovered after having emerged due to erosion
D
Fossilis, which is the Latin origin of the word ‘fossil’, means discovered either when it is ‘dug up’ or emerged as a result of erosion
E
Unlike the ones that are discovered after appearing due to erosion, ‘fossils’ are ‘dug up’, as the meaning of the Latin word fossilis suggests
Soru 10

You and a friend are supposed to meet for dinner at a restaurant. Your friend arrives twenty minutes late and says it was because of the traffic, which is normal in your city. Frustrated, you want to criticise your friend for being late, so you say: ----

A
It’s okay. The food here is usually not served in a timely manner, anyway
B
I really wish more could be done to deal with the traffic problem in our city
C
I know. The traffic is always terrible around here, especially this time of day
D
If you had planned ahead and left home earlier you wouldn’t have been late
E
Next time why don’t you consider taking the metro? It isn’t affected by the traffic
Soru 11

You suddenly realise that you’ve completely forgotten that yesterday was your best friend’s birthday, because you’ve been so busy studying. You sincerely apologise to your friend and say you’ll make up to her for it:........

A
Forgive me for not buying you a present you'd like. Let’s celebrate next year
B
My heartfelt apologies for forgetting your birthday. Let me take you to dinner to celebrate
C
I didn’t mean to forget your birthday, but I’ve just been so busy this week
D
Sorry I forgot, but I don’t understand why some people are so obsessed with birthdays
E
I’m so sorry I forgot about your birthday. I thought it was in summer
Soru 12

Women are roughly twice as likely as men to suffer from stress-related psychiatric disorders, according to epidemiological analyses. The big question has always been: Why? Some experts argue that cultural factors are at least partly responsible. For instance, women may be more willing than men to seek help for mental illness, making their cases more likely to be counted. ---- Scientists are uncovering telling differences in the ways that male and female brains react and adapt to stress

A
Also, it is not only the stress-related disorders that are more prevalent among women than men
B
But new evidence from research suggests that biology may also play an important role
C
However, scientists have studied more males than females – even when investigating disorders
D
In fact, research has linked uncontrolled stress to a wide range of mental health problems
E
Similarly, animal studies have revealed significant differences in stress responses
Soru 13

There are more than 600 ethnic or tribal groups in Africa, and only 53 countries. Many of today’s national boundaries were created in the late 19th century by colonial rulers. ---- As a result, tribes are often split between different countries. The Ewe people, for example, are divided between Ghana and Togo. After independence, it has often proved difficult to create unity among the different peoples in one country

A
The most heavily urbanized region in Africa is northern Africa, and Cairo, in Egypt, is the largest city on the continent
B
Borders sometimes follow natural features, such as rivers, but often they just follow straight lines on a map
C
The war between the Hutu and Tutsi peoples has forced thousands of people to leave their homes
D
Also, groups of nomadic people, who tend to roam together across many countries, are found throughout western Africa
E
Africa is home to about 849 million people – more than one in eight of the world’s population
Soru 14

Plants and livestock need air, water, and nourishment to stay alive. If a plant does not have the kind of soil it needs, it may die. Similarly, animals also need to have the right climate and the right food to survive. Farmers try to raise the kinds of livestock and plants that will do well in their particular region. ---- For example, many farmers in dry areas use irrigation, or artificial watering.

A
If they do not have perfect natural conditions, they try to create the best conditions possible
B
Some regions receive a lot of sunlight or rainfall while others have colder or drier weather
C
Farmers raise crops and livestock in every climate and in all kinds of different soil
D
Agriculture provides the food and many of the raw materials that humans need to survive
E
Plants and animals also supply such natural materials as cotton, flax, wool, and hides
Soru 15

Experiments have shown that spruce tree seedlings can grow in microgravity but they do not look quite the same as they do on Earth.

A
Deneyler sayesinde ladin ağacı fidelerinin yer çekimsiz ortamda büyüyebildikleri ancak tam olarak yeryüzünde oldukları gibi görünmedikleri ortaya çıkmıştır
B
Deneyler, ladin ağacı fidelerinin yer çekimsiz ortamda büyüyebildiklerini ancak tam olarak yeryüzünde oldukları gibi görünmediklerini göstermiştir
C
Ladin ağacı fideleri üzerinde yapılan deneyler, fidelerin yer çekimsiz ortamda büyüyebildiklerini ancak tam olarak yeryüzünde oldukları gibi görünmediklerini göstermiştir
D
Ladin ağacı fidelerinin yer çekimsiz ortamda büyüyebildiklerini ancak tam olarak yeryüzünde oldukları gibi görünmediklerini gösteren deneyler yapılmıştır
E
Deneylere göre, ladin ağacı fideleri yer çekimsiz ortamda büyüyebilmekte ancak tam olarak yeryüzünde oldukları gibi görünmemektedir
Soru 16

The role of scientific experiments is to get us closer to the truth by eliminating irrelevant considerations

A
Bilimsel deneyler bizi gerçeğe daha fazla yaklaştırmak için gereksiz düşünceleri ortadan kaldırma işlevini üstlenir
B
Gereksiz düşünceleri saf dışı bırakmak ve bizi gerçeğe daha fazla yaklaştırmak bilimsel deneylerin işlevidir
C
Bilimsel deneylerin işlevi, gereksiz düşünceleri saf dışı bırakarak bizi gerçeğe daha fazla yaklaştırmaktır
D
Bilimsel deneylerin gereksiz düşünceleri ortadan kaldırması işleviyle gerçeğe daha fazla yaklaşırız.
E
Bilimsel deneylerin işlevi, gereksiz düşünceleri ortadan kaldırmak ve böylece bizi gerçeğe daha fazla yakınlaştırmaktır
Soru 17

Dinozorlarla ilgili yapılan birçok güncel keşif, dinozorların kuşlarla paylaştığı benzerliklerin eskiden düşündüğümüzden çok daha fazla olduğunu vurgulamıştır

A
The shared similarities between dinosaurs and birds highlighted in recent discoveries are more than we thought in the past
B
According to several recent discoveries about dinosaurs, it is highlighted that the similarities they share with birds are much more than we once thought.
C
Unlike what we once believed, dinosaurs have a lot more in common with birds, as emphasised by many recent discoveries
D
Most latest discoveries have stressed that dinosaurs share many more similarities with birds than we believed in the past.
E
Many recent discoveries made about dinosaurs have emphasised that the similarities they share with birds are much more than we once thought
Soru 18

Gıda güvenliği kuruluşları, klonlanan hayvanlar ve onların yavrularından elde edilen yiyeceklerin insan tüketimi için güvenli olup olmadığına dair hiçbir bilimsel gerekçe olmadığını beyan ettiler

A
There are no scientific reasons whether people can safely consume food from cloned animals and their offspring, which has been declared by food safety agencies
B
Food safety agencies have declared that whether food from cloned animals and their offspring is safe for human consumption cannot be explained with any scientific reasons
C
There are no scientific reasons declared by food safety agencies as to whether food from cloned animals and their offspring is safe for human consumption
D
Food safety agencies have declared that there are no scientific reasons whether food from cloned animals and their offspring is safe for human consumption
E
Food safety agencies have declared that they have not yet found any scientific reasons concerning the safe consumption of food from cloned animals and their offspring by humans.
Soru 19

Para, insanların sattığı eşyalar ya da yaptığı iş için ödeme yapmak amacıyla yaygın olarak kullanılan bir ödeme biçimi veya bir değiş tokuş yöntemidir

A
In order to pay for goods people sell or work that they do, money is widely used as a form of payment or method of exchange
B
Being a form of payment or method of exchange, money is widely used to pay for goods people sell or work that they do
C
Money is a form of payment or method of exchange that is widely used to pay for goods people sell or work that they do
D
Money is widely used to pay for goods people sell or work that they do as it is a form of payment or method of exchange
E
Money, a form of payment or method of exchange, is widely used in order to pay for goods people sell or work that they do
Soru 20

(I) Coconut can be consumed in various ways, and its different parts have varying nutritional benefits. (II) Firstly there is the flesh or meat, which is typically blended with the water inside to create coconut milk. (III) This drink provides good sources of iron, selenium, as well as a bank of healthy saturated fats. (IV) It is the high saturated fat that has made coconut oil somewhat controversial with regard to cholesterol. (V) These nutrients help to support energy levels and nourish the lining of gut

A
III
B
V
C
II
D
IV
E
I
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