YDS Cumle Tamamlama Testleri 2

YDS Cümle Tamamlama Testleri 2

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Soru 1

Hierapolis was a famous spa in Roman times ----..

A
when it was founded in the second quarter of the 3rd century B.C.
B
because the only shrines that remain today are a temple of Apollo and the cave-sanctuary of Pluto
C
since the founder of the city was the emperor Antiochus ll of the Seleucid dynasty
D
just as Pamukkale is today
E
even if these date from the Hellenistic period
Soru 2

RNA interference, ----, can turn specific genes off..

A
which scientists have only recently begun to understand
B
just as hypertension in animals is common
C
that a new technology could be developed
D
whose ability to understand the brain was accelerating
E
in that nanoparticles can latch onto cancer cells
Soru 3

----, but it no longer sponsors terrorism..

A
North Korea‘s regime may be brutal in all sorts of ways
B
The North Koreans and the Japanese have had talks on a variety of issues
C
North Korea had, until recently, no intention of giving up nuclear weapons
D
North Korea had long wanted to reach an agreement with the US
E
Two decades ago, two North Korean agents blew up a South Korean airliner
Soru 4

When sunlight hits a raindrop, ----..

A
there is a reduction in its speed and this causes the light to bend
B
refraction is the bending of light as it passes from one medium to another
C
a typical raindrop is spherical in shape
D
the rainbow is actually a circle which is centered on the point that is directly opposite the sun from the observer
E
a ray of sunlight actually consists of a mixture of differently-coloured light
Soru 5

If teamwork were taught along with reading, writing and mathematics, ----..

A
it is only after a great tragedy or triumph that the importance of teamwork is drawn into the spotlight
B
a successful team would deal with its members who do not contribute anything to the group
C
there would be enormous benefits to students and society alike
D
a crucial question that should be asked before putting a team together is whether you need one at all
E
some of the research in this area would centre on bad behaviours that degrade a team’s performance
Soru 6

---- that the basic principle of collective ownership of rural land will remain unchanged..

A
Chinese peasants held a protest meeting last Sunday
B
In the past, many people in China feared
C
The Chinese government had already decided
D
The Chinese Prime Minister has stated
E
Some politicians in China took part in a debate
Soru 7

Because Brazil‘s exports include a wide variety of valuable raw materials, ----..

A
the country‘s economy cannot satisfy domestic demand without higher inflation
B
most economists agree that a weaker currency will mean higher inflation
C
the government introduced a number of austerity measures to reduce inflation
D
the country has had huge earnings in foreign currency over the past few years
E
the unpredictable exchange rates had damaged the country‘s economy a lot
Soru 8

Everyone knows ----..

A
that the politics of oil is crucial to life in the Middle East
B
whether to the Arabs oil means the vast petroleum reserves lying under the desert sands
C
if in the Middle East oil is a precious source of wealth and all too often a cause for war
D
since non-OPEC oil producers currently account for 58% of total production
E
) as Iraqi crude oil exports in 2007 were more than 5% lower than in 2006
Soru 9

----, it does not necessarily produce peace, equality, or homogeneity..

A
Although globalization means worldwide economic integration
B
If a key feature of globalization has been the transformation of the world economy
C
Whenever globalization has forced the reorganization of economic enterprises
D
Since globalization suggests a uniform process, one that operates similarly everywhere
E
Just as globalization has radically altered patterns of trade around the world
Soru 10

---- where bones that span six million years of human evolution have been dug up over the last 25 years..

A
Various fossils have recently been found in an Ethiopian valley
B
The history of human evolution can best be traced through the study of fossils
C
New archaeological evidence helps us to understand the evolution of primitive humans
D
The new discoveries in Ethiopia significantly expand our knowledge of primitive humans
E
In Ethiopia, a wide range of fossils, including teeth, skull, jaw and hand bones, have been discovered
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