YDS ilgisiz Cümle Testleri 2

İlgisiz Cümle Testleri 2

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Soru 1

(I) The public has long been aware that sporting contests have commercial value. (II) Until 1981, however, it probably was not aware of the extent to which athletics had really become an industry. (III) That year a seven-week strike called by the Major League Baseball Players Association forced the cancellation of 713 regular games. (IV) This led to loss of player salaries and television revenues. (V) It's because direct corporate sponsorship makes the company name known to television viewers.

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(I) Currently the world produces sufficient food to feed itself surprisingly well. (II) In the 1960s, the worst of the food crisis was in India and Pakistan. (III) The problem is in getting it distributed fairly. (IV) Developing nations are poor and lack purchasing power. (V) Furthermore, even if they were able to import the food they need, because of the huge gaps between people's incomes, they wouldn't be able to distribute it fairly.

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(I) The Crimean war was fought between France and Britain on the one side, and Imperial Russia on the other. (II) The former two nations were opposed to Russian expansion towards the Mediterranean Sea. (III) The war was fought on the Crimean peninsula on the Black Sea. (IV) Apart from Russia, many other countries, including Turkey, Bulgaria, Romania and the Ukraine bordered the Black Sea. (V) Hostilities started in 1854 and ended in 1856 with a victory for France and England

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(I) One of the greatest mysteries of nature is the instinct to migrate. (II) Every year millions of creatures feel the need to move for one reason or another. (III) People who migrate from place to place looking for water sources and pasture for their animals are called nomads. (IV) Many of these creatures succeed in navigating, or finding their way, over long distances. (V) How exactly they manage to do this remains a mystery, but it is interesting to note that when a small bar magnet is attached to a pigeon, it is unable to navigate.

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(I) Rossini was a nineteenth century composer, whose work consists almost exclusively of operas. (II) These include the well-known William Tell and The Barber of Seville. (III) William Tell was adapted from the Swiss folk tale about the legendary hero. (IV) Although the critics admired these works, he was considered a noisy composer in his day, and earned the nickname 'Signer Crescendo'. (V) Nevertheless, he was very successful, made a fortune, and virtually retired at the age of thirty-seven

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(I) Throughout the past few centuries, there have been reports of space vehicles which have visited our Earth from an alien planet. (II) These reports of Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) attracted a great deal of public interest. (III) The unaided human eye, therefore, might have been tricked to the point of hallucination. (IV) So persistent were these reports that in the 1960s, the USA set up a committee to investigate them. (V) The committee came to the startling conclusion that UFOs were genuine, though they could not explain what they were or where they came from.

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(I) Less than an hour's drive north of Manhattan lies one of urban America's best kept secrets: the Sterling Forest. (II) Several hundred years ago, the entire East Coast was made up of forest. (III) The forest not only shelters wildlife, but also supplies clean drinking water to northern New Jersey. (IV) Hikers can climb a fire tower and see New York from this rural wonderland. (V) It is truly remarkable to find such a refuge so close to one of the most densely populated cities in the country.

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(I) If you are interested in visiting Southern Africa but can't afford it, Graham Rankin recommends looking for work at the hotels near Maun in the Okavango Swamps of Botswana. (II) The tourist season here begins in early May. (III) At this time of the year, a number of companies arrange expensive tourist safaris in the swamps. (IV) Work in the fields, though, can be exhausting in the heat of the African summer. (V) Then, there's always the possibility of a visitor offering you a free place on a safari.

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Soru 9

(I) Addiction is an entirely different, and far more powerful, phenomenon than is habit. (II) The most effective form of treatment for addiction to heroin and other narcotics is the synthetic narcotic drug methadone. (III) The drug itself is extremely addictive. (IV) But, when it is . given to heroin addicts on a daily basis, it prevents withdrawal syndrome and suppresses the drug hunger for heroin. (V) The addict is then gradually weaned from the methadone addiction

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(I) The history of manned space flight has been marred by a number of tragic accidents involving the early spacecraft. (II) They were comparatively small, weighing only a few kilograms, and performed no useful scientific experiments. (III) Nevertheless, they served as proof that mankind had the means to place objects in the sky, outside the Earth's atmosphere, and to keep them there. (IV) There are now a considerable number of artificial satellites at distances varying between several hundred and several thousand kilometres above the surface of the Earth. (V) They have become highly sophisticated, and perform functions from weather forecasting to home entertainment.

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