YDS Cümle Tamamlama Testleri 6

YDS Cümle Tamamlama Testleri 6

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Soru 1

____, that, over the last fiscal year, the company’s profits have almost doubled.

A
Whatever else the manager may argue
B
Surprising though it might have seemed
C
The facts couldn't have been discounted
D
It's worth noting
E
In this context there was no doubt
Soru 2

. ____the overall trend will be up.

A
Just as the manufacturers had predicted
B
Whatever the economic reviews had predicted
C
To ward of the recession
D
Should the industrialized countries have continued to withhold support
E
Although there may be minor fluctuations in food prices
Soru 3

From the proof the police have, it is not definite________.

A
whose were the fingerprints on the safe
B
if the accountant were to be blamed
C
why was the manager attacked
D
whether he had murdered her
E
who is responsible for falsifying the official documents
Soru 4

The information business companies ought to work with is_____.

A
so that they can overcome financial problems
B
whereas state owned factories can act in a different manner
C
that gives the sales reports of their competitor's current models
D
what had been profitable for them
E
that which reflects the real needs of the market
Soru 5

The price contains_____.

A
that you can use the weight room and swimming pool
B
using the weight room and swimming pool
C
the use of the weight room and swimming pool
D
if you want to use the weight room and swimming pool
E
entering the sports club
Soru 6

Once you have lost someone's trust__________.

A
plenty of effort was required
B
it is almost impossible to get it back again
C
it took many years to create
D
it all happened by accident
E
you have sensed it before
Soru 7

I am afraid we shall have to curtail the debate_____.

A
as soon as the decision had been taken
B
in order that we reached a conclusion
C
provided that we are given more time
D
so long as others agree to
E
as we have already run over time
Soru 8

None of the other applicants were nearly so well qualified,___.

A
if he hadn't completed his studies in the USA
B
however successful he had been in his previous appointment
C
whether an MBA was essential
D
even after you have examined the plans very carefully
E
so it was decided to offer the post to Mr. Barry
Soru 9

Although the construction of a bridge across the river would doubtless prove popular,___

A
the technology to be transferred is quite suitable
B
similar designs are on view everywhere
C
city councils would have been committed to encourage it
D
it is a German-Japanese consortium that gets most of the orders
E
it will not be easy to raise enough money to do it
Soru 10

As soon as the manager had left the room

A
the majority have followed suit too
B
the unease of the board members became apparent
C
no one else will be permitted entrance
D
the unpleasantness of the occasion has almost been forgotten
E
the intermission was obviously well-timed
Soru 11

_____that the first women's college was founded in England as early as 1859.

A
Victoria had been queen for twelve years
B
To be fair, what I recommended was
C
He showed little interest
D
It was due to the ceaseless efforts of Mrs. Reid
E
I wouldn't have been at all impressed
Soru 12

As some food products lose popularity quite rapidly ,_____.

A
the industry has constantly to be ready with fresh ideas
B
the job didn't offer him anything in the way of a challenge
C
many such companies actually went bankrupt
D
in the end it was the need for collective bargaining that was understood
E
the best age group to aim at would undoubtedly have been teenagers
Soru 13

If he weren't so stubborn,____.

A
work on the bridge has progressed better than we expected
B
that is the conclusion everyone seems to have reached
C
it was quite impossible to make him change his mind
D
plenty of people would willingly work on his team
E
nobody is able to get on with him
Soru 14

. _____, a commission will be set up to determine just how to turn the museum into a private, non-profit corporation

A
Whoever managed to deceive you
B
As long as there were no rival claims
C
If such a crisis could have been avoided
D
However much disappointment it would have caused them
E
As soon as the board has approved the project
Soru 15

 _____, Japanese companies moved the more intensive stage of their production process to cheap labor sites in East Asia.

A
50 long as a education in costs remains the primary goal
B
Unless the working day is kept at 8 hours
C
As production costs in Japan had become excessive
D
Once the trade unions in Japan have won a few more victories
E
If interest rates in Japan had remained high
Soru 16

If any one of us could have condemned him for what he had done,

A
it would have been Shelly
B
he didn't have to do it
C
he undoubtedly hadn't done it
D
you could do it
E
I really wish I saw him
Soru 17

Isn't it_____?

A
the parcel has been lost for sometime
B
the place has been evacuated
C
the man who was with the Mayor at the opening ceremony
D
where the rest of the group had lost their way
E
whatever reasons have been given
Soru 18

_____we review our recruitment procedures.

A
Even though it was becoming increasingly obvious,
B
In case they were disappointed with the new manager s performance,
C
Such a problem cannot be ignored,
D
As long as the problem received adequate recognition,
E
What I would suggest is that
Soru 19

It was astonishing_____.

A
to learn that there was no news
B
to see how is the food prepared
C
why was New York so crowded
D
how useful they were
E
if he could come down and visit us so unexpectedly
Soru 20

When he had gone________.

A
the wife couldn't have helped crying
B
I had not finished my homework yet
C
I wished I had been more friendly
D
I hope I could win the bet
E
he left his wallet behind, which made me happy
Soru 21

If they don’t promise to use some of the money to improve career prospects for young scientists,_____.

A
there were a number of things we had to take into account
B
we feel we cannot give our support to the campaign
C
the issue under discussion has been dropped
D
the money left over from donations could be included
E
no one else thought of opposing the scheme
Soru 22

Owing to the prompt and generous example set by several countries___________.

A
world wildlife still requires statutory arrangements
B
most of the refugees are denied entry
C
medical supplies have still to reach the target areas
D
famine in Africa has reached unprecedented levels
E
the plight of the earthquake victims is rapidly improving
Soru 23

Except for Shelly, who is an excellent student,_____.

A
he let her out of his sight
B
the others are only moderately good
C
the best students had answered that questions
D
might have gotten a higher mark
E
the other ones were not correct
Soru 24

_____, their environmental results are very disturbing.

A
Although artificial fertilizers ensure high crop-yields
B
However costly the construction of new irrigation systems may have been
C
Since new agricultural policies have been introduced by the government
D
Whatever high-yielding variety of wheat is recommended
E
Because traditional Indian food is of high nutritive value
Soru 25

As the stock market became increasingly unstable,____

A
the value of the currency has risen considerably
B
the Board meeting had been put off
C
the minister announced a devaluation of the currency
D
finally he was persuaded to take up business administration
E
the government's economic policy will have been changed
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