YDS İngilizce Çıkmış Diyalog Soruları Çöz 16
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Janine:- Mr. Jenkins, I believe that the leading private sector managers provide some much-needed leadership in the country’s development. As you are one of them, would you say that it is just about the money?
Mr. Jenkins:- ----
Janine:- Can you give an example?
Mr. Jenkins:- We have already invested $1 billion to date, creating our art museum and carrying out various educational initiatives across the country.
I don’t think so. I believe one must demonstrate the social responsibility of one’s work.
If it were not for our financial assets, we would not have been able to turn our company into a leading one
Well, the purchasing of bank stocks has been a major element in strategic vision.
I personally believe that industry would benefit from a multicultural and multinational environment if it is to succeed in this new era of globalization.
We have moved from being a developing market to being an emerging market. That is in itself a great achievement, I should say.
James: - I need you to help with the new specialist we are going to hire.
Michael: - ----
James: - I have interviewed more than twenty candidates but none of them is good enough.
Michael: - Why don’t you put an ad in the newspaper instead of referring to previously collected CVs?
We certainly need a new specialist but we cannot afford one at the moment.
We do not need a new specialist. What we need is better software.
I thought you talked to some candidates and chose one.
I don’t think he will be able to spare any time for interviews.
Is it? I’ll be glad if I can be of help in any way.
Mother:- I wish you'd take a look at my little girl's legs. The knees are very close together.
Doctor:- They are a little close. ----.
Mother:- But what if it doesn't?
Doctor:- Then we'll get wedges fitted into the shoes.
This is not a case of rickets if that is what you are worrying about.
But I'm not going to prescribe anything at present.
How old was she when she started to walk?
The legs of a lot of children are like this, but then they straighten of their own accord
But there's nothing to worry about. The condition will probably right itself.
Gary: - Look at the dog. It is running in circles and barking furiously.
Betsy: - It must have seen a stranger around the gate.
Gary: - ----
Betsy: - No. It’s not a police dog, Gary. You shouldn’t take its barks so seriously.
Do you mean your dog is almost as clever as a police dog?
They probably did. Why don’t you call the police instead of complaining?
Would an intruder alarm be a better option than our poor dog?
Don’t you think we should check if there is something wrong?
You didn’t feed it, did you? I knew I shouldn’t trust you.
Carol: - I’m going to buy a new laptop computer.
Ashley: - ----
Carol: - Not any more. I gave up smoking and drinking alcohol. I will buy anything I want with the money I will save.
Ashley: - Great. You seem to have made the wisest decision of your life.
And you want me to go to the techno shop with you now. Is that right?
Are you kidding? I thought you were on a tight budget
You don’t need to buy brand-new ones. You can buy second hand ones
Has he won the lottery? He didn’t have money to buy lunch yesterday
I’ll be happy to give you some tips about each one of them.
Philip: - The temperature is higher than usual for this time of the year.
Dora: - ----
Philip: - Don’t be so harsh to me, Dora. We met only an hour ago and we don’t know much about each other. I’m just trying to break the ice.
Dora: - I don’t want to talk about the weather, though. Why don’t we talk about our hobbies and interests?
I don’t think so. I’ve lived here for a long time and I’ve seen much hotter days.
Yes, it is. Let’s go home, take our swimming stuff and go to the seaside.
We had better stay in until the sun starts to go down. I don’t want to get sunburnt again.
We should have something more interesting than the weather to talk about.
I always listen to the weather forecast before I leave home, although they are not always accurate.
Jack: - ----
Walter: - Did you wake him up and say he was disturbing you?
Jack: - I did but he just didn’t care and went back to sleep. Then I poured some tea on his trousers and he was wide awake.
Walter: - I can’t believe you did that. You’re crazy.
We had a terrible night last night. The baby kept crying until the morning.
My father arrived home very late and his noise woke all the family up.
Do you mind if I lie down on the couch and sleep for a while?
Our upstairs neighbour had a noisy birthday party last night
The man sitting next to me on the bus was snoring loudly.
Tony:- Are you going on a walking holiday again this year?
Andrew:- No, I’m going on a cycling holiday. You can get farther on a bike.
Andrew:- No neither have I. It doesn't matter. We don't have to go long distances everyday.
My ideas of the perfect holiday is something much more restful.
Where are you thinking of going? Somewhere mountainous?
That would be too energetic for me. I’m lazy, I suppose.
I think it’s time I did something more adventurous like that.
You know I’d love to join you, but I haven’t done much cycling.
Bill: - I wish I were as lucky as you are and had a job that involves a lot of travelling.
Susan: - ----
Bill: - Really? What is it that you don’t like about visiting all the cities in the country?
Susan: - I do not travel to those cities as a tourist. I have meetings with the customers all the time and it’s no fun.
Travelling all the time is as enjoyable as you think.
You can always give up your current job and join me.
A well-paid job isn’t necessarily a good job for a person like me.
I’m not in the right mood to listen to your never-ending complaints about life.
I’m a born voyager and I chose a job that would make me happy.
Paul:- Wasn't the Rio company founded to mine copper in Spain?
Peter:- That's right In 1873. And the company was set up in the same year. 200, 000 shares were put on offer at UK £10.
Peter:- So it seemed. But by the end of the century Rio was the largest mining company in the world.
Some people were being far too optimistic, weren't they?
Does the company only mine copper?
There's been a merger since then, hasn't there?
Who was responsible for all this?
How many of them were sold?
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