YDS İngilizce Çıkmış Diyalog Soruları Çöz 15
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Sally: - You promised to call me back last night but you didn’t. Have you got an explanation?
Patrick: - ----
Sally: - You’re talking like on old man, Patrick. You’re only 25.
Patrick: - Age is not the only factor that affects memory. You know there are other things like exercise, nutrition, and stress.
The tablets that the doctor prescribed were no good.
People who smoke a lot have a weaker memory than those who don’t.
I had a terrible backache. I couldn’t even stand upright.
My memory is not as good as it used to be.
I know but promise to forgive me when I explain why.
Sue: - Though I have finished all the research, I don’t think I will be able to present my findings at the annual conference in July.
Alan: - But that’s one month away. You’ve still got lots of time.
Sue: - ----
Alan: - Not if I help you with it.
I’ve been so busy lately that I didn’t have time to see you.
But it will probably take me more than that to organize my notes
You know it is very important for my career.
I haven’t finished the research yet and I am not ready for the conference.
I hope I’ll be ready to return to work soon.
Andrew: - Do you think the problem of global warming will soon be solved?
Pam: - ----
Andrew: - Well, actually I’m not. I’ve got a homework assignment on the future of global warming, and I’m trying to collect data by asking people’s opinions.
Pam: - I guess I’m not a good source of information on this issue.
If you haven’t got a lot of homework for tomorrow, we can go out tonight.
I have no idea. I didn’t know you were interested in environmental issues
As far as I know, you were not in the environment club when it was started.
Are you aware of the fact that the world will run out of oil reserves in fifty years?
No, I don’t. And I’m not willing to write another essay on air pollution
Zed: - ----
Nora: - Don’t be prejudiced. Maybe they don’t use price tags because they want to imply that the prices are negotiable.
Zed: - Come on. Don’t be naïve. They do this simply because they have got very high prices.
Nora: - Okay, Zed. You’re right. This is not the only store in the world. Let’s walk ahead and find a better place.
They’ve opened a lovely clothes shop just round the corner. Let’s pop in and do some shopping
The prices in the catalogue are different from those on the tags. I don’t trust these people.
Where I lived before I moved to this neighbourhood, things were much cheaper than those here
I don’t like this store. There are no price tags attached to the items in the window
Have you any idea how much that fabulous dress in the shop window is? I think I’m going to buy it.
Mum: - ----
Boy: - You’re not going to complain all day, are you?
Mum: - You see? This is another example of lack of respect to elders.
Boy: - I understand. You’re not in the right mood to talk about anything.
I can’t believe it. This jacket was two hundred dollars last week and now it’s fifty.
If I were you, I would learn to keep quiet so that other people would have a chance to talk.
I’m going to quit this job. I work too hard but get too little money.
Enough is enough. I can’t stand hearing your complaints about me.
When I was young, we had respect for our elders. Now look at you.
Greg: - ----
Pete: - I’m not surprised. It was certain that the tension between the two teams would eventually cause a lot of trouble.
Greg: - It’s a pity that a sport event leads to such violence.
Pete: - Sure it is. And that’s why I never go to the stadium. I prefer to watch the matches on television.
Have you any idea why football is so popular all around the world?
Did you hear that nearly one hundred football fans were arrested yesterday?
Was the new player able to show his so-called unique skills in yesterday’s match?
I’m afraid I won’t be able to go to the match tomorrow. Do you want my ticket?
There are so many sports programs on TV, but almost all of them focus on football.
Larry: - There’s hardly any sugar left so I’ll go to the supermarket and buy some.
Kim: - ----
Larry: - Oh, God. I totally forgot that. But it’s quite normal for a person who hasn’t had a holiday for the last three years, isn’t it?
Kim: - You don’t remember that, not because you had your last holiday a long time ago, but because you’re an absentminded person.
You can’t do that now because you’ve got more important things to do.
Don’t worry. I’ll take care of it. You know I’ve got to do some shopping
Do you mind if I join you? I’m bored to death.
You don’t need to. We’re going on holiday soon. Remember?
Can you also buy some flour and eggs? I want to make a cake
David: - Can you recommend me a book on the theory of multiple intelligence?
Walter: - ----
David: - So do you mean that I should go to the library and look for one instead of asking you?
Walter: - Don’t be so touchy. You know I always try to do my best whenever you need my help.
I would love to be there but you know I’m not going to be around for a few weeks.
Thanks to the Internet, we do not need to buy hard copy books anymore
He went to the library yesterday and looked for a book on quantum physics.
How am I supposed to know anything about a subject like multiple intelligence?
There are lots of books on this subject, so you won’t have difficulty finding one.
Vince: - ----
Kelly: - I didn’t. I’m fed up with your blaming me all the time.
Vince: - Come on, Kelly. You can’t fool me. I know you are using it without asking me.
Kelly: - I’m not going to waste my time trying to convince you.
Did you know the computer prices fell by forty percent last year?
Did you inform the technical service about the power failure?
How did you manage to recover the bugged files on your computer?
Why did you use my laptop without permission?
Didn’t I tell you millions of times to ask for my permission?
Sally: - ----
Jack: - Why? I’ve started to learn from my mistakes.
Sally: - That’s a big change. I’ve never heard you say things like this before.
Jack: - Well, people change as they get older, and I’m not young anymore.
They will probably not tell us about the problems in their lives
Although she’s over forty, my mother still feels like a teenager
I don’t believe that you are a more responsible person than before
She makes such stupid mistakes that I sometimes doubt she’s got a brain
The two students admitted to cheating throughout the semester
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