YDS İngilizce Çıkmış Diyalog Soruları Çöz 12

YDS İngilizce Çıkmış Diyalog Soruları Çöz 12

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Yanıtlarınız aşağıdaki gibidir.
Soru 1

Gail : - Pat and Nigel seem set on selling their house here and starting a new life in France.

Rachel : - Yes, I know. It seems to be quite the fashion now to make a new start.

Gail : - ----

Rachel : - I’m not sure that it does. In fact, I sometimes wonder about making a new start myself.

A
I imagine that very many people come to regret the move!
B
I couldn’t do it myself but I sometimes envy those who do.
C
I couldn’t possibly dig up my roots and start again
D
Have you ever thought of making a fresh start?
E
True. But it must take a lot of courage.
Soru 2

İpek:  What do you think about ‘the Human Brain Project’?

Handan:  ----

İpek:  You’re right. Scientists want to build a completely simulated human brain, but what about the obligations to the mind that has been created?

Handan:  Yes, imagine a scenario where a brain has been created that has memories and is really humanlike, but then the scientists decide to switch it off.

A
I don’t really know enough about it. But I’m sure there must be some serious ethical considerations.
B
I agree that it’s a unique opportunity for us to learn how the brain really works
C
I’m not very certain, as I haven’t read much about it. What’s your opinion?
D
I’d really like to know more about it before I say anything about the morality of the issue.
E
I think it has taken scientists far too long to come up with this idea.
Soru 3

Brian : - What is to be learned from the collapse of the viaduct when the tornado hit it?

Harry : - Perhaps we should simply admit that we can’t as yet build major structures capable of resisting tornadoes.

Brian : - ----

Harry : - I suppose it is. But I believe it’s better to be safe than sorry.

A
Are you sure that we can’t?
B
Isn’t that being rather defeatist?
C
After all, it was an unusually violent tornado
D
Aren’t you overlooking the fact that the anchorbolt systems had started to corrode?
E
Perhaps we can develop ways of doing so.
Soru 4

Bahar:  Instead of simply looking at the posters of astronauts, children are now playing with toy models of the International Space Station.

Erdem:  So what? Isn’t that obvious?

Bahar:  ----

Erdem:  What difference does it make, anyway?

Bahar:  You can interact with them, and get familiar with space concepts.

A
Our childhood was much simpler and we were happier
B
Unfortunately, space expeditions have slowed down in recent years
C
Interestingly, children nowadays tend to be more creative
D
Well, we could only dream of such educational toys when we were young
E
Toy models of space stations are recently made of plastic material.
Soru 5

Anna : - Are you in favour of what they now call “educational play”?

Alan : - ----

Anna : - I do agree. A child that dislikes school is not likely ever to be successful there.

A
How can children learn all they have to learn if they waste so much time playing?
B
Yes, I suppose so. As long as it’s not overdone.
C
What exactly is that?
D
Yes, I am. It is important to make learning pleasurable.
E
No. I don’t believe in letting children have too much of their own way
Soru 6

Ada : - Are you an orchid-lover?

Sandra : - ----

Ada : - I feel the same way about them. I prefer something more natural.

Sandra : - Yes; and more graceful.

A
All I know about them is that they thrive in 60 per cent humidity and die off if it drops below 40 per cent.
B
Yes I am. Orchids are affected usually by air and temperature and draughts.
C
No; but I find the stories about their attributes quite fascinating.
D
Not really. I suppose they are too exotic for my taste. What about you?
E
I certainly am. But I leave the growing of them to the experts.
Soru 7

Lecturer:  As the division of labour has become more specialized, it is no longer possible for skills to be passed down within the family.

Student:  What could be the consequences of such a thing in modern life?

Lecturer:  For one thing, it has increased the importance of education in all societies to a great extent.

Student:  ----

Lecturer:  Absolutely!

A
That explains why some social norms had to be internalized in society along with a number of other rules.
B
Then, you’re implying that this should signal the end of centuries of adopting parents’ professions
C
As a matter of fact, the distinction between the educated and uneducated is far greater than was thought
D
But, we should be dealing with the equality of opportunity that the current educational system provides.
E
In line with that, individualism gained popularity over collectivism, and self-centrism was promoted by the media
Soru 8

Oğuz:  What a relief, I’ve finally submitted my PhD thesis! I can officially have the ‘Dr.’ title now.

Arda:  Great! Will that grant you any advantages in your workplace?

Oğuz:  ----

Arda:  That shouldn’t be a cause of concern for you, as you can always get around that social problem.

A
Plenty, but I’m worried about the jealousy my colleagues will have.
B
My chances of getting a promotion there are slim to none; why have I wasted so much time!
C
Since I’ve achieved what I’ve wanted, I shouldn’t be concerned about any of that paperwork.
D
I’m so exhausted, and I don’t want to hear anything related to academic works.
E
The title itself won’t do much, but I’ll definitely feel more motivated.
Soru 9

Sally : - Have you spoken to Bobby’s parents yet?

Rose : - Yes, I have. But it wasn’t a very satisfactory meeting.

Sally : - ----

Rose : - Unfortunately not. They seemed determined to put me in the wrong!

A
How was that?
B
That’s a shame. Bobby needs help.
C
That’s no surprise. Everyone knows how difficult they are
D
I can believe that. They are not very cooperative; are they?
E
I don’t know what else I can suggest.
Soru 10

Jane : - I don’t think we should go to Venice for our holiday this year.

Steve : - Have you been reading that disturbing article on how Venice is sinking?

Jane : - ----

Steve : - I know. It’s also in danger because sea levels are rising.

A
Surely they could do something to save the city!
B
Yes. But I think it grossly over-emphasizes the danger, don’t you?
C
No. Should I?
D
Yes, I have. And it’s not simply that Venice is sinking.
E
Oh, people have been talking about that for years, but it won’t happen, will it?
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