YDS Cumle Tamamlama Testleri 5

YDS Cümle Tamamlama Testleri 5

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Soru 1

Although AIDS still has no cure, ----..

A
the causes of malnutrition and wasting in HIV infection are related to the disease itself
B
remarkable progress has been made in understanding and treating HIV infection
C
the severity of wasting may determine the duration of survival
D
the devastating effects of HIV infection seemed unstoppable
E
a specific dietary strategy for the treatment of the disease has not been devised
Soru 2

----, the Vietnam War, which relied on a disproportionate number of black soldiers, magnified racial inequality in the United States..

A
As Martin Luther King, Jr., pointed out in the 1960s
B
Although the South Vietnamese government resisted efforts at reform
C
Since the 1954 Geneva Accords divided Vietnam into North and South
D
Even if the peace talks in Paris between the United States and North Vietnam failed
E
When President Johnson began the strategic bombing of North Vietnam
Soru 3

Our knowledge of the Etruscans is severely limited ----..

A
that, by the sixth century B.C., the Etruscans had established a confederation of independent citystates
B
since their language, although written in a Greek alphabet, has not yet been fully deciphered
C
whether the Etruscans shared with the Greeks a religion based on the worship of gods in human form
D
while Etruscan women enjoyed a comparatively elevated place in society
E
just as it appears that Etruscan settlements in Italy go back to the late Bronze Age
Soru 4

According to Marx‘s theory of history, when the French Revolution overthrew the old order, ushering in bourgeois political power and industrial capitalism, ----..

A
recurring economic crises would bring capitalism to collapse
B
world history had passed through three major stages, each characterized by conflict between social groups
C
each individual best understood his or her own interests and was therefore left free
D
the revolutionary character of capitalism would undermine the bourgeois economic order
E
the stage of feudal or aristocratic property relations ended
Soru 5

Imitation is a very important means ----..

A
from which scientists can derive evidence about gene function
B
by which we learn and transmit skills, language and culture
C
though Iacoboni and his group used functional magnetic resonance imaging to observe the brains of human subjects
D
that the mirror neuron system serves as a bridge in this process
E
in which both activities triggered the inferior frontal gyrus of the brain
Soru 6

Once people have been diagnosed with cancer, - ---. .

A
at least half of those treated with chemotherapy had experienced nausea, fatigue, depression, sleep problems and loss of appetite
B
they can affect their survival time by adapting a “fighting spirit”, having strong emotional and social support or attending group counselling sessions
C
therapists could have used relaxation methods to assist them in coping with some of the negative aspects of cancer treatments
D
attempts by their partners to protect them from the reality of their illness were not helpful
E
family history and ethnic background are factors in many types of cancer
Soru 7

Galileo observed sunspots, ----..

A
even if, with the support of the Medici family, he was able to pursue his work on astronomy
B
so long avs his ideas on astronomy brought him into conflict with powerful opponents
C
which he sketched and documented as real irregularities on the surface of the sun
D
since he claimed that the craters of the moon were the features of its landscape
E
whether he was already a famous mathematician at the University of Padua
Soru 8

During the early decades of the Industrial Revolution, ----, while in France it was checked not only by government interference but also by the bounty of its sources..

A
it took nearly a fortnight to travel from London to Edinburgh
B
the steam engine, invented by James Watt, supplied continuous and reliable power
C
textiles made up over 50 per cent of Britain‘s exports
D
Britain had a transport network without paralel in Europe
E
technology in Britain was developed by new industrial requirements
Soru 9

---- that space and motion are relative to each other instead of being absolute..

A
Einstein‘s most famous theory, the principle of relativity, states
B
As early as 1905 Einstein became convinced of the equivalence of mass and energy
C
By 1915 Einstein had proposed entirely new ways of thinking about matter, time, and gravity
D
Einstein‘s theories paved the way for revolutionary developments in physics
E
Einstein devoted much of his life to promoting peace and social justice
Soru 10

Following World War II, Japan emerged as a major industrial power because large state subsidies supported the success of Japanese firms, ----..

A
whereas Japan, as a fully industrialized country, not only led the way but also became the most influential model of success
B
even though every Japanese government regarded the creation of prosperity as a fundamental patriotic duty
C
while a well-funded programme of technical education aided research and the development of new goods
D
unless the firms themselves concentrated on the efficiency and technical reliability of their products
E
if the Japanese government launched a series of austere economic measures to reduce unemployment
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