YDS İlgisiz Cümle Testleri 14

İlgisiz Cümle Testleri 14

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Soru 1

(I) Writing poetry requires no complicated equipment, simply pencil, paper and a block of quiet time, (II) The fading popularity of poetry as an art form is unfounded.(III) Poetry is neither boring nor disconnected from everyday existence, as some critics foolishly claim. (VI) On the contrary, poetry can disclose impressions, images and dimensions of the human experience that other art forms are unable to convey. (V) Yet, at the same time, it possesses a wonderful simplicity on multiple levels and tastes.

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(I) In the Kathmandu Valley of Nepal the ancient custom of worshipping a young girl as a goddess has survived to the present day. (II) Kathmandu is such a tolerant place that Hindus and Buddhists often share the same temples, worshipping the same images under different names. (III) Every day people come to worship her and to ask her for help with their problems. (IV) Though a tutor comes to give her basic schooling, she is only allowed out of her temple on five festival days, and then she is surrounded by worshippers. (V) Her reign as a goddess ends with the onset of puberty, when a new girl of about six is chosen.

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(I) Some physicians say that a person who is able to function reasonably well is mentally healthy. (II) Others hold that a person is mentally healthy if his behaviour is like that of the majority of people. (III) There are, of course, people in a society who stand out from others in the way they speak, dress, and so on. (IV) Still others make comparisons with an ideal. (V) According to these physicians, mental healthfulness may be approached but not attained.

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(I) The Copts are a group of Egyptian Christians, (II) They are direct descendants of the ancient Egyptians and today make up about a tenth of the country's population. (II) The Coptic language was used by common people from 300 to 700 A.D. (IV) The Roman Catholics, too, used a dead language, Latin, until 1963. (V) Today, it is only used in the Coptic Church, which split off from the main body of Christianity over theological disputes centuries ago.

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(I) The concept of winter in European countries is associated with the season of dormancy, (II) Some plants die, leaving their seeds, and others merely cease growth until spring. (III) The cold weather, of course, effects the most northerly nations more profoundly. (IV) Many animals also become dormant, especially those that hibernate. (V) Even people seem less active

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(I) The drink we know as "tea" is brewed and drunk in so many different ways that it can be difficult to believe that they all originate from the same plant. (II) In Turkey and other parts of the Middle East, the leaves are stewed for a long time and then it is drunk with sugar, but no milk. (III) Most English tea is still imported from its former colony, India. (IV) In some places, it is actually brewed in hot milk, often with spices such a cardamom or ginger. (V) Tea in China is a pale, weak beverage drunk with no additives, while in Japan it is green.

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(I) The llama is a humpless South American relative of the camel, resembling a large sheep with a long neck, (II) It was first domesticated by the ancient Peruvians and probably descended from the wild guanaco. (III) Like the llama, all domestic animals have wild ancestors, (TV) It is used for carrying loads, but refuses to move if loaded much above thirty pounds. (V) It has several relatives, like the alpaca, which yields a finer wool, and the entirely wild vicuna, which is prized for its silky fleece.

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(I) The origin of the turkey's name is uncertain. (II) Some believe the name comes from one of its calls, a soffturk, turk, turk." (III) Others believe that the bird was originally confused with the guinea cock, which was imported into Europe from Africa through Turkey. (IV) Still others suggest that the head of the bird resembles a Turkish fez. (V) The fez was named after the Moroccon city of Fez, outside of which grow red berries whose dye was once exclusively used to colour hats.

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Soru 9

(I) One of the strangest, yet most influential art movements of the early 20th century was called Dadaism. (II) Dadaism arose in 1916 as a protest to the mechanized slaughter of World War I. (III) Historians call World War I the last war to be fought between imperial dynasties. (IV) This movement was directly succeeded by Surrealism. (V) Today we can see its influence in such artistic phenomena as "installation art".

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(I) People have inhabited this planet for â long time, (II) Man's subjective experience of time is often relative, (III) Because of this, eventful periods appear shorter than equally long but uneventful periods. (IV) The measurement of the passage of time, however, can be done objectively. (V) This can be accomplished by many methods Involving various devices, such as clocks or sundials.

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