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YDS İngilizce Çıkmış Paragraf Soruları Çöz 12

YDS İngilizce Çıkmış Paragraf Soruları Çöz 12

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Soru 1

Just as every teenager thinks he is brighter than his parents, every decade considers itself superior to the one that came before. Over the past few months, we of the 2000 decade have made it quite clear that we are morally heads above those who lived in the 1990s. We’ve done it first by establishing a reigning cliché for that period. Just as the 1960s are known for student unrest, the 1980s for Reagan, Thatcher and the Yuppies, the 1990s will henceforth be known as the second Gilded Age. They will be known as the age when the real problems in the world were ignored while the illusions of the dotcom types were celebrated. It was the age of effortless abundance, cell phones on every ear, stock markets that only went up and Mercedes sport utility vehicles. Never before had business leaders enjoyed so much prestige, and never before had capitalism had fewer mortal enemies. Bill Gates couldn’t be on enough business-magazine covers; tycoons like him felt free to assume the role of global sages, writing books with such weighty titles as “The Road Ahead.”

In the opinion of the author of the passage, the 2000 decade ----

A
differs very little from the decade of Reagan, Thatcher and the Yuppies
B
still admires the values of the business leaders of the 1990s and the books they wrote
C
is far more moral than the preceding one
D
inherited a failing global economy from the previous decade
E
is fast losing its idealism and growing more and more like previous decades
Soru 2

Just as every teenager thinks he is brighter than his parents, every decade considers itself superior to the one that came before. Over the past few months, we of the 2000 decade have made it quite clear that we are morally heads above those who lived in the 1990s. We’ve done it first by establishing a reigning cliché for that period. Just as the 1960s are known for student unrest, the 1980s for Reagan, Thatcher and the Yuppies, the 1990s will henceforth be known as the second Gilded Age. They will be known as the age when the real problems in the world were ignored while the illusions of the dotcom types were celebrated. It was the age of effortless abundance, cell phones on every ear, stock markets that only went up and Mercedes sport utility vehicles. Never before had business leaders enjoyed so much prestige, and never before had capitalism had fewer mortal enemies. Bill Gates couldn’t be on enough business-magazine covers; tycoons like him felt free to assume the role of global sages, writing books with such weighty titles as “The Road Ahead.”

According to the passage, the decade of the 1990s was characterized by ----.

A
indifference, immorality and selfishness
B
generosity, spontaneity and individuality
C
disagreements, competition and prejudice
D
capitalism, blindness and possessions
E
hard-work, greed and the need to communicate
Soru 3

Just as every teenager thinks he is brighter than his parents, every decade considers itself superior to the one that came before. Over the past few months, we of the 2000 decade have made it quite clear that we are morally heads above those who lived in the 1990s. We’ve done it first by establishing a reigning cliché for that period. Just as the 1960s are known for student unrest, the 1980s for Reagan, Thatcher and the Yuppies, the 1990s will henceforth be known as the second Gilded Age. They will be known as the age when the real problems in the world were ignored while the illusions of the dotcom types were celebrated. It was the age of effortless abundance, cell phones on every ear, stock markets that only went up and Mercedes sport utility vehicles. Never before had business leaders enjoyed so much prestige, and never before had capitalism had fewer mortal enemies. Bill Gates couldn’t be on enough business-magazine covers; tycoons like him felt free to assume the role of global sages, writing books with such weighty titles as “The Road Ahead.”

One point made in the passage is that ----

A
with each passing decade life gets easier and more comfortable
B
each new decade regards itself as superior to the previous one
C
the business magazines of this decade differ very little from those of earlier decades
D
the real problems of each decade are essentially the same
E
any hopes of the 2000 decade are not likely to survive the decade
Soru 4

Just as every teenager thinks he is brighter than his parents, every decade considers itself superior to the one that came before. Over the past few months, we of the 2000 decade have made it quite clear that we are morally heads above those who lived in the 1990s. We’ve done it first by establishing a reigning cliché for that period. Just as the 1960s are known for student unrest, the 1980s for Reagan, Thatcher and the Yuppies, the 1990s will henceforth be known as the second Gilded Age. They will be known as the age when the real problems in the world were ignored while the illusions of the dotcom types were celebrated. It was the age of effortless abundance, cell phones on every ear, stock markets that only went up and Mercedes sport utility vehicles. Never before had business leaders enjoyed so much prestige, and never before had capitalism had fewer mortal enemies. Bill Gates couldn’t be on enough business-magazine covers; tycoons like him felt free to assume the role of global sages, writing books with such weighty titles as “The Road Ahead.”

We understand from the passage that, during the 1990s, ----.

A
technological advance took the form of useful gadgets
B
there was a great deal of student unrest
C
teenagers grew very critical of their parents
D
business tycoons received undue respect and were indeed almost idolized
E
capitalism again fell into disrepute
Soru 5

Just as every teenager thinks he is brighter than his parents, every decade considers itself superior to the one that came before. Over the past few months, we of the 2000 decade have made it quite clear that we are morally heads above those who lived in the 1990s. We’ve done it first by establishing a reigning cliché for that period. Just as the 1960s are known for student unrest, the 1980s for Reagan, Thatcher and the Yuppies, the 1990s will henceforth be known as the second Gilded Age. They will be known as the age when the real problems in the world were ignored while the illusions of the dotcom types were celebrated. It was the age of effortless abundance, cell phones on every ear, stock markets that only went up and Mercedes sport utility vehicles. Never before had business leaders enjoyed so much prestige, and never before had capitalism had fewer mortal enemies. Bill Gates couldn’t be on enough business-magazine covers; tycoons like him felt free to assume the role of global sages, writing books with such weighty titles as “The Road Ahead.”

The term “Gilded Age” as it is used in the passage means ----.

A
with surface shine
B
to be admired
C
golden age
D
in bad taste
E
with moral principles
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YDS’ye kimler girebilir, bu sınav hangi alanlarda geçerli?
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Geçerlilik süresi ne kadar?
Kurumlara göre değişmekle birlikte süre belirtmediği sürece aldığınız puan ömür boyu geçerli. Ama bazı akademik ilanlarda son 2 yıl içinde alınmış bir YDS puanı istenebiliyor. Dil tazminatı için de sınav geçerliliği 5 yıl.

e-YDS ile YDS arasındaki fark nedir?
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YDS zor bir sınav mı?
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