YDS ilgisiz Cümle Testleri 1

İlgisiz Cümle Testleri 1

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Soru 1

(I) With the Renaissance came a revival of interest in the art of cooking. (II) One of the reasons for this was the invention of the fork, which made sophisticated dishes, unsuited for eating by hand, possible. (III) During the Dark Ages, the art of cooking had declined in Europe. (IV) However, people in Elizabethan England scorned the fork, preferring to continue using their hands. (V) Thus, the developments in the culinary arts only took effect in England at a later date.

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(I) Dogs are being driven frantic by the stress of being left alone by owners with increasingly busy lives. (II) The normal life span of a small or medium-size dog is about 15 years, while a large dog lives only about ten years. (III) More than half of British vets have reported an increase in the number of dogs who suffer from separation anxiety. (IV) They say that dogs suffer from a chronic lack of stability when owners leave them alone for long periods. (V) It is ironic, though, that this should occur in Britain, which is thought of as one of the great pet-, and particularly, dog-loving nations of the world.

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(I) Conscription, or compulsory military service, was introduced in revolutionary France in 1793 and made law in 1798. (II) Under these laws, every citizen was liable for five years' service. (III) As a result, France was able to raise enormous armies. (IV) Britain ended conscription in 1960, and now the military is composed entirely of volunteers. (V) Thus, other European nations were forced to introduce conscription in response.

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(I) Until about ten thousand years ago, all human beings lived in hunting-andgathering societies. (II) Although rapidly disappearing, a few such societies still exist. (III) Their members must always be on the move in search of food, and consequently their bands are quite small. (IV) Today most people live in more complex social groups where there is a lot of specialisation. (V) Everyone performs the same jobs and has the same responsibilities, and consequently, there is more equality between the sexes.

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(I) The 100-meter dash attracts the world's fastest humans. (II) It requires all-out-speed over the entire distance of the race, (III) An explosive start is critical because victory is often decided by as little as one hundredth of a second. (IV) Thus, at the firing of the pistol, which starts the automatic timer, runners literally explode off their blocks. (V) The 200- and 400-meter dashes, on the other hand, are run around one or more turns.

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(I) Both the United States and the Soviet Union have launched unmanned space probes to other planets. (II) The age of space exploration opened in October, 1957, when the Soviet Union launched the first artificial satellite, Sputnik I. (III) A month later, they launched Sputnik II, carrying aboard the first space traveller, a dog called Laika. (IV) They also put the first man into space, cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin, who completed an orbit of the Earth in 1961. (V) The Soviet Union continued to take the lead in space exploration with projects such as these, until 1967, when the United States began its programme of landing a man on the Moon.

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(I) Deep in interplanetary space, a manmade space probe is attempting to uncover some of the deepest secrets of the universe. (II) Thousands of asteroids have been discovered since the first was spotted in 1801. (III) Astronomers believe that these mysterious objects are rubble left over from the formation of the solar system, and that they've occasionally smashed into Earth. (IV) It may well have been a wayward asteroid, for example, that wiped out the dinosaurs 65 million years ago. (V) Yet no one has ever got a close enough look to be sure exactly what the asteroids are or where they came from.

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(I) It's reported that more men and women are losing their hair than ever before. (II) Stress, hectic living, family history, and even pollution are being blamed for a record number of hair and related scalp disorders. (III) Ever since ancient times, human beings have been searching for a way to conquer the aging process. (IV) The problem is more common among men, of whom more than 60 percent suffer from some form of baldness. (V) Thus, miracle cures are in great demand.

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Soru 9

(I) The black rat, responsible for spreading the bubonic plague that killed 25 million people in Europe in the 14th century, is making a come-back in Britain. (II) Six colonies of the rat have been discovered along the River Thames in East London. (III) There are fears that the rats, thought to be nearly extinct in Britain, may be spreading towards the centre of the capital. (IV) Some species of rat are so sensitive to even small modifications in the environment that they may be facing extinction. (V) Fortunately, none of the discovered rats have been found to carry the fleas that cause bubonic plague.

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Soru 10

(I) Dogs are being driven frantic by the stress of being left alone by owners with increasingly busy lives. (II) The normal life span of a small or medium-size dog is about 15 years, while a large dog lives only about ten years. (III) More than half of British vets have reported an increase in the number of dogs who suffer from separation anxiety. (IV) They say that dogs suffer from a chronic lack of stability when owners leave them alone for long periods. (V) It is ironic, though, that this should occur in Britain, which is thought of as one of the great pet-, and particularly, dog-loving nations of the world.

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