YDS İngilizce Anlamca En Yakın Soruları Çöz 12

YDS İngilizce Anlamca En Yakın Soruları Çöz 12

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Soru 1

Most of us think we elect our leaders regarding their politics, but new research shows that it might actually be the candidates’ faces that matter most.

A
Most of our feelings about our leaders come from judgements based on their faces, but current research suggests that it is their political views that usually affect us.
B
Whereas recent research states that we can make assessments with respect to our leaders’ faces, most people are of the opinion that leaders should be elected just based on their political views
C
Many will agree about the fact that we consider our political views while electing them; however, new research reveals that their faces have a strong impact on our decisions.
D
According to the latest research, some people elect their leaders with reference to their politics, while others do the same with regard to what feelings their faces may evoke.
E
Contrary to what most recent research suggests, people tend to elect their leaders according to their political views rather than what they think about their faces.
Soru 2

Leonardo da Vinci forged close friendships with a wide variety of people, from humble apprentices to the king of France.

A
Leonardo da Vinci was very fond of his friends, who in fact consisted of the French king and some poor apprentices.
B
The king of France and a number of apprentices were the only people who made friends with Leonardo da Vinci.
C
Among the few people Leonardo da Vinci regarded as his friends were some poor apprentices as well as the king of France
D
Leonardo da Vinci had some close friends, who mainly included apprentices and also the king of France.
E
Leonardo da Vinci had a wide range of close friends, including poor apprentices and also the king of France.
Soru 3

The major drawbacks for the Indian economy had mainly been due to the lack of electricity, but these problems are now being solved

A
In the past, it was mainly a shortage of electricity that hindered the Indian economy, but this is now being addressed
B
The problems related to the Indian economy have now been solved thanks to the increased supply of electricity.
C
The development of the Indian economy had focused principally on providing electricity, but this is no longer the case.
D
Previously, the Indian economy had suffered because of the high cost of electricity, yet this has been solved.
E
There was a need to improve the Indian economy by reducing its dependence on the provision of electricity, a problem not yet solved
Soru 4

If the film focuses on terrorism, it is not likely to attract large audiences.

A
Films that focus on terrorism are not as popular as they used to be.
B
As the film touches on terrorism we can’t expect it to be popular
C
Unless there is at least a background of terrorism to the film, it won’t be a hit.
D
If you want the film to be a box-office success, choose any subject but terrorism
E
If terrorism is central to the film, it probably won’t achieve much popularity
Soru 5

Actually, I try to keep out of her way because, whenever I do run into her, she pesters me for a loan.

A
Whatever you do, don’t ever give her a loan or you’ll find yourself forced to lend her money every time she asks for it.
B
I’d rather not put myself in a position to be forced to lend her money again
C
Even so, I prefer not to risk a meeting with her as I know she will do her best to make me lend her the money.
D
As a matter of fact, I avoid her as much as possible since, if we ever do happen to meet, she’s sure to work on me to lend her money.
E
Even so, it’s best to keep out of her way, if you can, as she takes every available opportunity to get money out of you.
Soru 6

People have usually assumed that this mountain village was abandoned because easier living conditions were available elsewhere

A
Apparently, people abandoned this mountain village, tempted by the prospect of a better way of life elsewhere.
B
It must have been hard to make a livelihood in this mountain village, so people opted out and went in search of an easier way of life.
C
The mountain village was presumably abandoned when people realized that easier conditions were on offer elsewhere.
D
The prospect of better living conditions in another place must have tempted the inhabitants to desert this mountain village
E
It has generally been presumed that people deserted this mountain village because there was the prospect of a pleasanter way of life in another place.
Soru 7

Disparities in wealth are less visible in Americans’ everyday lives today than they were a century ago.

A
In American daily life today, you can’t see such big differences in the distribution of wealth as you could a hundred years ago
B
Everyday life in America is very different today from what it was a century ago, because people are much wealthier now.
C
The everyday lives of most Americans show disparities in wealth which were not seen a century ago.
D
A hundred years ago, it was not easy to see the differences between the wealthy and the poor in America in terms of their daily lives.
E
The differences in the way that wealthy American people lived a hundred years ago were more obvious than the current ones
Soru 8

By all accounts, the operation was a success, but the period of recuperation looks like being a long one.

A
The operation was a huge success, so he is expected to be back to normal almost at once.
B
The operation apparently went off well, but quite some time may be required for him to recover fully.
C
Even if the operation is successful, it will be a long time before he gets back to normal.
D
So long as the operation is carried out successfully, the period of recuperation that follows will be short.
E
Since the operation was only a partial success, we mustn’t expect a speedy recovery.
Soru 9

In 2005, the European Council adopted a directive aimed at facilitating the obtaining of a scientific visa, which would encourage foreign researchers into Europe.

A
The European Council wanted to attract foreign researchers to Europe, and so in 2005, it made it easier for people to get a scientific visa
B
The directive that was passed by the European Council in 2005 allowed scientists to work in Europe without getting a visa
C
2005 was the year that the European Council obtained a number of scientific visas to allow foreign researchers to work in Europe
D
Europe opened up to foreign research in 2005 when a new law was introduced to help people get a visa more quickly
E
Foreign researchers who wanted to come to Europe were finally given visas in 2005 by the European Council
Soru 10

Everyone seems to be on edge these days, but with the elections so near that is hardly surprising.

A
Nowadays tempers everywhere are frayed, which, I suppose, is only natural, with election day so close.
B
With elections so close it’s essential that everyone makes an effort to stay calm.
C
As elections are drawing near, we can expect such displays of bad-temper.
D
The approach of the elections is no excuse for such displays of bad-temper.
E
The approaching elections seem to have caused a higher than average amount of friction between people.
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