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YDS İngilizce Çıkmış Paragraf Soruları Çöz 14

YDS İngilizce Çıkmış Paragraf Soruları Çöz 14

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Soru 1

The natives of the Lewis Island know wind – sometimes too well. Every winter the Atlantic gales come blasting across the northern tip of Scotland’s Outer Hebrides. The wind hardly slows down even after striking land; in the island’s marshy interior, gusts regularly exceed 160kph. Everyone stays indoors but the sheep. Tourists arrive in summer, lured by mild temperatures and unspoiled countryside; even so, there’s rarely a calm day. “The weather here is changeable”, says Nigel Scott, spokesman for the local government. “But the wind is constant”. The brutal climate could finally be Lewis’s salvation. The place has been growing poorer and more desolate for generations, as young people seek sunnier prospects elsewhere. But now the energy industry has discovered the storm-swept island. The multinationals AMEC and British Energy are talking about plans to erect some 300 outsize wind turbines across a few thousand hectares of moorland. If the 500 million-pound project goes through, the array will be Europe’s largest wind farm, capable of churning out roughly 1 per cent of Britain’s total electrical needs – and generating some badly needed jobs and cash for the people of Lewis.

It’s clear from the passage that for a long time now the young people of Lewis ----.

A
have been leaving the island intent on finding a better way of life elsewhere
B
have been reluctant to leave the island on a permanent basis
C
have realized that the island’s most valuable asset is its climate
D
have been looking forward to the establishment of a wind farm on their island
E
feel no sympathy for the old traditions and ways of life of the island
Soru 2

The natives of the Lewis Island know wind – sometimes too well. Every winter the Atlantic gales come blasting across the northern tip of Scotland’s Outer Hebrides. The wind hardly slows down even after striking land; in the island’s marshy interior, gusts regularly exceed 160kph. Everyone stays indoors but the sheep. Tourists arrive in summer, lured by mild temperatures and unspoiled countryside; even so, there’s rarely a calm day. “The weather here is changeable”, says Nigel Scott, spokesman for the local government. “But the wind is constant”. The brutal climate could finally be Lewis’s salvation. The place has been growing poorer and more desolate for generations, as young people seek sunnier prospects elsewhere. But now the energy industry has discovered the storm-swept island. The multinationals AMEC and British Energy are talking about plans to erect some 300 outsize wind turbines across a few thousand hectares of moorland. If the 500 million-pound project goes through, the array will be Europe’s largest wind farm, capable of churning out roughly 1 per cent of Britain’s total electrical needs – and generating some badly needed jobs and cash for the people of Lewis.

According to the passage, Lewis Island ----.

A
has an aging population that regards the windfarm scheme with distrust
B
suffers more than any other island in Scotland’s Outer Hebrides from Atlantic gales
C
has the climate and conditions favourable to agriculture
D
will undergo many important changes unless a wind farm is established there
E
may one day be home to Europe’s largest wind farm
Soru 3

The natives of the Lewis Island know wind – sometimes too well. Every winter the Atlantic gales come blasting across the northern tip of Scotland’s Outer Hebrides. The wind hardly slows down even after striking land; in the island’s marshy interior, gusts regularly exceed 160kph. Everyone stays indoors but the sheep. Tourists arrive in summer, lured by mild temperatures and unspoiled countryside; even so, there’s rarely a calm day. “The weather here is changeable”, says Nigel Scott, spokesman for the local government. “But the wind is constant”. The brutal climate could finally be Lewis’s salvation. The place has been growing poorer and more desolate for generations, as young people seek sunnier prospects elsewhere. But now the energy industry has discovered the storm-swept island. The multinationals AMEC and British Energy are talking about plans to erect some 300 outsize wind turbines across a few thousand hectares of moorland. If the 500 million-pound project goes through, the array will be Europe’s largest wind farm, capable of churning out roughly 1 per cent of Britain’s total electrical needs – and generating some badly needed jobs and cash for the people of Lewis.

 We understand from the passage that, in summer, the island of Lewis ----.

A
has little to offer its inhabitants by way of a living other than fishing
B
enjoys a warm, wind-free climate
C
can offer its inhabitants even less in the way of a livelihood than it can in the winter
D
attracts visitors as nature there has remained unspoiled
E
is one of the most attractive of the islands that make up the Outer Hebrides
Soru 4

The natives of the Lewis Island know wind – sometimes too well. Every winter the Atlantic gales come blasting across the northern tip of Scotland’s Outer Hebrides. The wind hardly slows down even after striking land; in the island’s marshy interior, gusts regularly exceed 160kph. Everyone stays indoors but the sheep. Tourists arrive in summer, lured by mild temperatures and unspoiled countryside; even so, there’s rarely a calm day. “The weather here is changeable”, says Nigel Scott, spokesman for the local government. “But the wind is constant”. The brutal climate could finally be Lewis’s salvation. The place has been growing poorer and more desolate for generations, as young people seek sunnier prospects elsewhere. But now the energy industry has discovered the storm-swept island. The multinationals AMEC and British Energy are talking about plans to erect some 300 outsize wind turbines across a few thousand hectares of moorland. If the 500 million-pound project goes through, the array will be Europe’s largest wind farm, capable of churning out roughly 1 per cent of Britain’s total electrical needs – and generating some badly needed jobs and cash for the people of Lewis.

According to the passage, if the proposed wind farm is set up on Lewis, ----.

A
this will open up much needed employment opportunities for the islanders
B
the idea could spread rapidly to neighbouring islands
C
it will only function efficiently in the winter months
D
this could make the island unattractive to summer visitors
E
the costs will be shared equally by AMEC and British Energy
Soru 5

The natives of the Lewis Island know wind – sometimes too well. Every winter the Atlantic gales come blasting across the northern tip of Scotland’s Outer Hebrides. The wind hardly slows down even after striking land; in the island’s marshy interior, gusts regularly exceed 160kph. Everyone stays indoors but the sheep. Tourists arrive in summer, lured by mild temperatures and unspoiled countryside; even so, there’s rarely a calm day. “The weather here is changeable”, says Nigel Scott, spokesman for the local government. “But the wind is constant”. The brutal climate could finally be Lewis’s salvation. The place has been growing poorer and more desolate for generations, as young people seek sunnier prospects elsewhere. But now the energy industry has discovered the storm-swept island. The multinationals AMEC and British Energy are talking about plans to erect some 300 outsize wind turbines across a few thousand hectares of moorland. If the 500 million-pound project goes through, the array will be Europe’s largest wind farm, capable of churning out roughly 1 per cent of Britain’s total electrical needs – and generating some badly needed jobs and cash for the people of Lewis.

If the energy industry carries out the project described in the passage and sets up 300 wind turbines on Lewis, ----.

A
other windswept coastlines throughout Europe will probably follow suit
B
maintenance costs due to the gale force winds could cause financial failure
C
these will provide Britain with roughly of 1 per cent of her total electrical needs
D
there will be a shortage of land for the sheep to graze on
E
the young people will want to leave their much loved island
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YDS sınavında Paragrafın ana düşüncesi nasıl bulunur?

Günlük hayatta yazarken veya konuşurken karşımızdakine bir şeyler aktarmak isteriz. İster bir olay aktaralım, isterse bir konudaki düşüncemizi aktaralım, bunların hepsini bir amaç için ortaya koyarız. Bu amaca, aktarmak istenilen bu mesaja “ana düşünce” denir. “Bu parçada anlatılmak istenen aşağıdakilerden hangisidir? Bu parçada vurgulanmak istenen aşağıdakilerden hangisidir?” sorularına cevap verir. Ana düşünce paragrafın başında, ortasında, sonunda olabileceği gibi paragrafın geneline sindirilmiş de olabilir.

Paragrafta yardımcı düşünceler nelerdir?

Paragrafta ana düşünceyi inandırıcı bir duruma getirmek ve  desteklemek amacıyla çeşitli düşüncelere, görüşlere de yer verilmektedir, bunlara “yardımcı düşünce” denir. Bir paragrafta ana düşünce bir tane iken yardımcı düşünce sayısı birden fazla olabilmektedir. Yardımcı düşünceler ana düşünceyle bağlantıları ölçüsünde önem kazanır.

Yardımcı düşünceyle ilgili sorular çoğu zaman “olumsuz” biçimdedir

“Hangisine değinilmemiştir? Hangisi çıkarılamaz? Hangisi söylenemez? Hangisine yer verilmez? Hangisi yoktur? Hangisine ulaşılamaz? “Biçimdeki olumsuz sorular yardımcı düşünceleri sorar. Seçeneklerin dördünde söz edilenler parçada bulunmalıdır. Bu yüzden bu tip olumsuz sorularda paragraflar dikkatlice okunmalı, yardımcı düşünceler iyi belirlenmelidir.

düşüncemiz önce soru kökü sonra paragraf olmalı

Sorunun önce soru kökünü okuduğunuzda, aklınız paragrafı okurken cevabı bulmaya da çalışır. Bazen cevabı daha okurken bulursunuz, böyle durumlarda bulduğunuz cevap şıklarda da varsa soruyu kolaylıkla çözmüş oluyorsunuz.

Şıklardan da gidebilirsiniz !!!

Bazen bir paragrafı okuduğunuzda hiçbir şey anlamayabilirsiniz ama şıklardan yola çıkarak cevabı bulabilirsiniz. Şıklardan iki tanesi aynı fikri savunuyorsa bu ikisi de doğru cevap olamaz. İki şık birbirine zıt ise bunlardan birinin doğru cevap olma ihtimali yüksektir.

Paragraf soruları ile sıkıntıları olan adayların diğer sorularla sıkıntılı olma ihtimali yüksek olacaktır !!!

Paragraf soruları okuduğunu anlayama yönelik sorular olduğunu söylemiştik. Anlama yeteneğini geliştirmek için kelime hazinesinin çok olması gerekir. Kelime hazinesinin çok olması ise kitap, dergi ve gazete okumaya bağlıdır. Sınava birkaç ayı-haftası kalanların kitap okumak yerine bol bol paragraf soruları çözmeleri gerekir. Bu yazıyı okuyanın daha çok zamanı varsa gücü yettiği kadar kitap okumalıdır.

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