YDS ilgisiz Cümle Testleri 7

İlgisiz Cümle Testleri 7

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Soru 1

(I) Human beings are inherently risktaking creatures. (II) Most of our prehistoric, and even our historic, past was filled with danger and uncertainty. (III) The people who survived were those who thrived on risks. (IV) Thus, with the technology available today, most people seem to have lost this characteristic. (V) This is probably why in today's relatively safe world, people are developing such risky sports as bungee jumping and hang-gliding.

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(I) So called "black holes" are still one of the great secrets of the universe. (II) The sun's family is also packed with moons, more than five dozen of them. (III) Increasingly, astronomers are appreciating that these moons may be far more remarkable than the planets they orbit. (IV) Unlike most of the planets, the moons have oceans, continents, and even active volcanoes. (V) And now, it seems, a moon may be the best place yet to look for the most remarkable thing of all: extraterritorial life.

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(I) However developed they are, all countries depend on one another to a greater or lesser extent and in different ways, (II) Some" are rich in basic commodities like ores for iron, copper, lead, zinc and tin. (III) Others produce foodstuffs like sugar, coffee or tea. (IV) Most of these countries were colonised by European powers from the 17th through the early 20th centuries. (V) Therefore, they export the commodities they have and import the manufactured goods they want.

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(I) Moving film does not in fact move at all. (II) It is made up of a series of still pictures, each one minutely different from its predecessor. (III) When these are projected onto a screen at a rate of 24 pictures every second, they give the impression of movement. (IV) Hollywood would never have become famous had it not been for the film industry. (V) A cine camera, therefore, is simply an ordinary camera adapted to take 24 pictures a second instead of one at a time.

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(I) An argument often advanced on behalf of special classes for gifted children Is that these children are held back in classes designed for the average child. (II) It is even thought that their intellectual growth may be permanently hindered, (III) There can be little doubt that special classes for the gifted can help them graduate earlier and take their place in life sooner. (IV) Mentallyretarded children also need special teaching and other support to help them leam and prepare for adulthood. (V) On the other hand, to take these students out of the regular classroom may create serious problems for them and for society.

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(I) When people eat more fat, sugar, starch and protein than they need for fuel, the extra is converted into fat and stored under the skin. (II) Women in many cultures worry about being too fat, while in others it is actually considered attractive. (III) When they are eating too little to keep their body nourished, they use up some of their own fat and become thinner. (IV) This "fat pad", which all people have to a greater or lesser degree, serves as a storehouse of fuel. (V) It also helps, like a blanket, to keep a person warm.

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Soru 7

(I) Though foreigners are fascinated by the cultural aspects of suicide in Japan, the adult suicide rate is actually lower than in many countries. (II) Many child suicides are reported in Japan each year. (III) Some of them are even elementary school children. (IV) Research shows that most students who committed suicide were very calm, gentle, silent students. (V) In many cases, the reason for suicide seems to be linked to bullying of the victim by his or her peers.

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Soru 8

(I) The Orient Express was one of the most elegant trains of all time, (II) At its peak, the blue and gold carriages had interiors that could have been from Victorian manor houses. (III.) Ingrid Bergman received her third 'Oscar' for her role in 'Murder on the Orient Express'. (IV) Crystal chandeliers illuminated luxury dining cars. (V) Among the royal passengers were the kings of Bulgaria and Hungary, who used the train to travel to Queen Victoria's funeral in 1901.

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Soru 9

(I) Five years ago, a littleknowncraftsman from the dusty back streets of southern China's Guangzhou city caught the world of classical musicians off guard, (II) Zhu Min-jiang was awarded a gold medal from the prestigious Violin Society of America for an instrument sculpted by hand in the tradition of Italian masters of the 17th century, (III) The proportions Antonio Stradivarius set for the violin are followed by most contemporary violin makers, but his violins have never been surpassed. (IV) This success took music critics by complete surprise. (V) For, although China was one of the world's biggest exporters of violins, its instruments were notorious for their Inferiority, and sold by the truckload primarily because they were cheap.

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(I) The Romans developed a civilisation that formed the basis for modern Western civilisation, (II) The ancient Greek and Roman civilisations first formalised early forms of drama. (III) Greek theatres were open to the sky and set into hillsides. (IV) The audience, up to 16,000 sometimes, came from all sections of the community and were admitted free. (V) Actors wore ornate costumes and masks which enabled them to play several parts in one play.

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