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YDS İngilizce Çıkmış Paragraf Soruları Çöz 18

YDS İngilizce Çıkmış Paragraf Soruları Çöz 18

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Soru 1

No human dream is more universal than the longing for a paradise on earth, a place free of the ravages of time and disease, where the best in nature flourishes while the worst is forbidden to enter. By definition, such magical lands can’t be near at hand; they must be remote and inaccessible – destinations to be reached by pilgrimage or a heroic journey. Ancient Tibetan Buddhist texts spoke of just such a kingdom, where wise kings, blessed with long life spans, await the day when they will take power over the world, ushering in a golden age of peace and justice. This mythical kingdom was called “Shambala,” and its location was believed to be a valley in northern India. Said to be enclosed by a double ring of snow-capped mountains, this fabled valley of Shambala resembled a “mandala,” which is Buddhism’s circular symbol of the unity of all creation. Known only to a few European enthusiasts of Asia in the 19th century, the myth of Shambala was popularized in the 20th century by the famous Russian mystic, Madame Blavatsky, who claimed she received telepathic messages from the mystic valley.

As one understands from the passage, the Russian mystic Madame Blavatsky ----.

A
constantly dreamed of a paradise on earth and made great efforts to make peace and justice dominant in the world
B
was clearly one of the few Europeans in the 19th century who were seriously concerned with studies related to Asia
C
helped to spread interest in the mythical kingdom of Shambala
D
believed that a study of Tibetan Buddhist texts was indispensable for the acquisition and exercise of telepathic skills
E
developed her telepathic skill through her study of Buddhism and also by making innumerable journeys to the valley of Shambala
Soru 2

No human dream is more universal than the longing for a paradise on earth, a place free of the ravages of time and disease, where the best in nature flourishes while the worst is forbidden to enter. By definition, such magical lands can’t be near at hand; they must be remote and inaccessible – destinations to be reached by pilgrimage or a heroic journey. Ancient Tibetan Buddhist texts spoke of just such a kingdom, where wise kings, blessed with long life spans, await the day when they will take power over the world, ushering in a golden age of peace and justice. This mythical kingdom was called “Shambala,” and its location was believed to be a valley in northern India. Said to be enclosed by a double ring of snow-capped mountains, this fabled valley of Shambala resembled a “mandala,” which is Buddhism’s circular symbol of the unity of all creation. Known only to a few European enthusiasts of Asia in the 19th century, the myth of Shambala was popularized in the 20th century by the famous Russian mystic, Madame Blavatsky, who claimed she received telepathic messages from the mystic valley.

It is clear from the passage that the myth of Shambala ----.

A
had obviously been very popular throughout Asia in the 19th and 20th centuries before it was discovered by the Europeans
B
began to be so popular in Europe in the 19th century that, with Madame Blavatsky, it turned into a mystical kind of religion
C
had originally been an Indian myth and was later adopted by Tibetan Buddhists into their own culture
D
was originally introduced by those Europeans in the 19th century who were interested in Buddhism and carried out extensive studies in India
E
came to be known widely in Europe only in the last century, thanks to Madame Blavatsky
Soru 3

No human dream is more universal than the longing for a paradise on earth, a place free of the ravages of time and disease, where the best in nature flourishes while the worst is forbidden to enter. By definition, such magical lands can’t be near at hand; they must be remote and inaccessible – destinations to be reached by pilgrimage or a heroic journey. Ancient Tibetan Buddhist texts spoke of just such a kingdom, where wise kings, blessed with long life spans, await the day when they will take power over the world, ushering in a golden age of peace and justice. This mythical kingdom was called “Shambala,” and its location was believed to be a valley in northern India. Said to be enclosed by a double ring of snow-capped mountains, this fabled valley of Shambala resembled a “mandala,” which is Buddhism’s circular symbol of the unity of all creation. Known only to a few European enthusiasts of Asia in the 19th century, the myth of Shambala was popularized in the 20th century by the famous Russian mystic, Madame Blavatsky, who claimed she received telepathic messages from the mystic valley.

According to the passage, ancient Tibetan Buddhists ----.

A
were most gifted writers who idealized life on earth and, in their writings, encouraged people to strive for peace and justice
B
preferred to live in places which were very remote and not easily accessible for common people
C
had a very strong longing for a world in which Buddhist values and ideas were shared by all human beings
D
believed that a time would come when, under the rule of wise kings, peace and justice would prevail in the world
E
often made long pilgrimages and journeys to the valley of Shambala in India in order to have a mystical experience
Soru 4

No human dream is more universal than the longing for a paradise on earth, a place free of the ravages of time and disease, where the best in nature flourishes while the worst is forbidden to enter. By definition, such magical lands can’t be near at hand; they must be remote and inaccessible – destinations to be reached by pilgrimage or a heroic journey. Ancient Tibetan Buddhist texts spoke of just such a kingdom, where wise kings, blessed with long life spans, await the day when they will take power over the world, ushering in a golden age of peace and justice. This mythical kingdom was called “Shambala,” and its location was believed to be a valley in northern India. Said to be enclosed by a double ring of snow-capped mountains, this fabled valley of Shambala resembled a “mandala,” which is Buddhism’s circular symbol of the unity of all creation. Known only to a few European enthusiasts of Asia in the 19th century, the myth of Shambala was popularized in the 20th century by the famous Russian mystic, Madame Blavatsky, who claimed she received telepathic messages from the mystic valley.

The author claims that a great many people ----.

A
yearn for a distant land of absolute health, happiness and goodness
B
imagine India as a land of plenty, where people lead a most prosperous and peaceful life
C
have a strong desire to make a pilgrimage to the mythical valley of Shambala in order to recover from their sorrows and sufferings
D
have a mystical view of life which enables them to cope with the ravages of time and disease
E
go on long pilgrimages to very remote places such as Tibet, where the most popular religion is Buddhism
Soru 5

No human dream is more universal than the longing for a paradise on earth, a place free of the ravages of time and disease, where the best in nature flourishes while the worst is forbidden to enter. By definition, such magical lands can’t be near at hand; they must be remote and inaccessible – destinations to be reached by pilgrimage or a heroic journey. Ancient Tibetan Buddhist texts spoke of just such a kingdom, where wise kings, blessed with long life spans, await the day when they will take power over the world, ushering in a golden age of peace and justice. This mythical kingdom was called “Shambala,” and its location was believed to be a valley in northern India. Said to be enclosed by a double ring of snow-capped mountains, this fabled valley of Shambala resembled a “mandala,” which is Buddhism’s circular symbol of the unity of all creation. Known only to a few European enthusiasts of Asia in the 19th century, the myth of Shambala was popularized in the 20th century by the famous Russian mystic, Madame Blavatsky, who claimed she received telepathic messages from the mystic valley.

One learns from the passage that, for Buddhism, ----.

A
the wise kings of the valley of Shambala value peace and justice more than any other thing
B
a paradise on earth can only be established in the distant future
C
man can never enjoy absolute peace and justice in the world owing to his wickedness
D
the valley of Shambala is a sacred place for pilgrimage and worship
E
everything created in the universe was part of one whole, which was represented by the symbol of mandala
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YDS Paragraf Soruları için önemli ipuçları !!!

1- Soruda neyin istendiğini bilmeli ve soru kalıplarına hakim olmalıyız.

2- Sizden istenen cevaplar soruların işaret ettiği yerleri gösterir böylece tüm paragrafı tekrardan okumak gerekmez

3- Şıkları eleyerek gitmek bir diğer yöntemdir. Dilbilgisi uyumu, noktalama işaretleri ve bağlaçlara bakarak eleme işlemini gerçekleştirebiliriz.

4- Sorularda her zaman ipuçları verilir bu ipuçlarından hareket etmek bizi doğru cevaba götürecektir

5- Tense uyumuna öncelikle bakmak yanlışları elememizde yardımcı olacaktır

6- Yardımcı kaynaklardan veya uzmanlardan aldığımız küçük formülleri cevaplara öncelikli olarak uygulamak da yarar vardır. Anlamaya çalışmak bizi yavaşlatabilir

7- Paragrafları satır satır anlamaya çalışmak yerine geneli hakkında bilgi sahibi olmaya çalışmak önemlidir. Daha sonra sorulan sorular ışığında ayrıntılı bakmakta yarar vardır

Bu ve benzeri yöntemler bizim hızımızı arttıracak ve sınavda belirli bir başarı seviyesi yakalamamıza yardımcı olacaktır. Unutmayalım ki İngilizce nankör bir dildir ve kullanmadıkça unutulur. Bu yüzden ingilizceyi hayatımızın bir bölümünde tutmalı ve puanlarımızı yukarılara çıkarmalıyız. Unutmayalım ki İngilizce puanları kamu kurumlarında her 5 yılda bir yenilenmesi gerekiyor. Bu nedenşe işi oldu bittiye getirip İngilizceyi boşverirsek öğrendiğimiz tüm bilgiler zamanla yok olup gidecektir.

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