YDS Cumle Tamamlama Testleri 4

YDS Cümle Tamamlama Testleri 4

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Soru 1

In the early years of the global warming debate, there was great controversy over ----..

A
while China has been blamed for the climate crisis today
B
although scientists have concluded that this warming is dangerous
C
whether the planet was indeed warming
D
that warming would be a significant problem in the decades ahead
E
since the details of future forecasts about warming remain unclear
Soru 2

----, just as his sister represented female excellence..

A
Apollo was one of the twelve gods of Olympus and,during the Trojan War, he supported the Trojans against the Greeks
B
In antiquity, Apollo‘s temple at Delphi was often visited by large crowds because it was a major centre for prophesies
C
Homer‘s epic The Iliad, in which the Olympian gods are portrayed, refers to Apollo as the god who sends disease with his arrows
D
In mythology, Apollo, who was the twin brother of Artemis, known also as Diana, was considered to represent masculine physical perfection
E
Among the ancient Greeks, Apollo was worshipped not only as the god of poetic and musical inspiration but also as the god of the sun
Soru 3

---- that either depend on those hormones or are inhibited by them..

A
Progress in cancer therapy has come with better combinations of drugs, altered dosages, and better coordination with radiation therapy
B
Unfortunately, some tumours, such as those in the stomach, pancreas, or kidney, respond only partially to radiation therapy
C
Almost everyone who receives chemotherapy or radiation therapy experiences certain side effects, such as nausea or vomiting,
D
In the opinion of most physicians, surgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy play definite roles in treating tumours
E
Hormone therapies raise or lower levels of certain hormones to limit the growth of cancers
Soru 4

----, it would be regarded as a disaster at home and abroad..

A
As India had enjoyed a big economic advantage over China
B
If China‘s growth rate were to fall to 5% or less
C
Because unrest and even insurgency are widespread in many countries
D
Since power generation in China fell by 7% last year
E
While India is considered to be a major economic power
Soru 5

Missions to the Moon‘s previously unvisited mountains and polar regions will aid the search for water, ----..

A
whereby test landings are scheduled to begin in 2010
B
which is vital to any future lunar base to be set up by NASA
C
even though dense clouds of interstellar dust conceal the heart of our galaxy
D
since the first crewed mission will be planned for the far side of the Moon
E
even if the mission aims to land astronauts on the surface of the Moon by 2015
Soru 6

New radiocarbon dating of fossils suggests ----..

A
how scientists began to understand clearly what dinosaurs ate and why they disappeared from the face of the Earth
B
that mass extinctions of mammoths and wild horses 10,000 years ago were caused by natural climate shifts
C
when it was scientifically established that dinosaurs belonged to a large group of reptiles called archosauria
D
if an olive branch buried for thousands of years in volcanic ash could have revealed the fate of the great Minoan civilization on the Greek island of Thera
E
whether humans were to blame for extensive destruction in the natural world and also for the pollution of the oceans
Soru 7

In the late 1920s, many politicians were cautiously optimistic ----..

A
just as one powerful influence on the artists and intellectuals of the time was neither social nor political, but scientific
B
that the economic troubles and political turmoil, which had been brought about by World War I, could easily be overcome
C
in case the Nazis, like other authoritarian governments, had used mass media as an efficient means of indoctrination and control
D
if the Nazis tried to eliminate the influences of American popular culture, which they regarded as an example of cultural degeneracy
E
so that artists might continue to focus on subjective experiences, multiplicities of meaning, and personal expression
Soru 8

---- because the Byzantine empire was the uninterrupted successor of the Roman state..

A
It is impossible to date the beginning of Byzantine history with any precision
B
By 650 the Arabs had taken most of the Byzantine territories, including Jerusalem
C
The history of Western civilizations is largely a story of rivalries and interactions
D
A new period in the history of Western civilizations began in the seventh century
E
In medieval Italy, commerce and cities continued to flourish due to trade with the East
Soru 9

----, even though the number of paintings he produced wasn‘t large..

A
Leonardo da Vinci is one of the very few artists whose reputation has from his own time onwards always remained at the highest level
B
Leonardo da Vinci was born in or near the small town of Vinci, a day‘s journey from Florence
C
Leonardo da Vinci‘s writings on painting were first published in 1651 in Paris from his scattered notes as Treatise on Painting
D
When Leonardo da Vinci came to Florence as a young man, he became the Florentine painter Verrocchio‘s apprentice
E
It is true that Leonardo da Vinci lived in Milan until 1499 when the city was captured by the French forces
Soru 10

----, but they provide a wonderful way to see the countryside and the wildlife..

A
One of the finest ways to get a taste of life in Finland is to go boating on a lake
B
There are several ferry services between France and Britain
C
Cycling is certainly a most enjoyable way of seeing parts of central France
D
Trains in Argentina are much less frequent and efficient than buses
E
Hitchhiking is still fairly common in some European countries
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