YDS Yakın Anlam Testleri 10

YDS Yakın Anlam Testleri 10

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Soru 1

You’ll have to tell him in the end; and the longer you put off doing so the harder it’s going to be.

A
Surely it’s better to let him know now than to wait until he finds out for himself.
B
You never can keep things secret for long, so the best is to tell him about it soon.
C
He’ll find out some time, and by putting it off you won’t make it easier for yourself.
D
He’ll have to be notified about it, and the sooner the better.
E
You can’t keep him in the dark about it for ever, and telling him will get harder the longer you wait.
Soru 2

I can’t help feeling that he’s not experienced enough to be given a position of such responsibility.

A
It’s a very demanding position and I’m not at all sure that he has the experience needed for it.
B
A job of that description requires someone with a great deal of experience.
C
With a little more experience I’m sure he will develop into a highly efficient manager.
D
It’s inevitable that one should ask oneself whether he really is the right man for the job.
E
In my experience, men of his type rarely function well in positions of authority.
Soru 3

If I’d known that he wanted to discuss with me I would never have given him an appointment.

A
I realised there was something to be discussed but didn’t know exactly what.
B
Had I realised what he wanted to talk to me about I would not have agreed to a meeting.
C
I never did understand why he wanted us to meet and discuss the matter
D
He talked about us meeting but never explained why
E
I agreed to meet in order to discuss the matter thoroughly.
Soru 4

International conventions have long been prohibiting the use of chemical weapons during war, but how effective is this likely to be?

A
Can such international bodies be relied upon to ban effectively and in the longterm the use of chemical weapons in time of war?
B
How effective might the prohibition of chemical warfare be if it had the backing of so many international bodies?
C
Over a period of very many years various international agreements have been drawn up to prohibit the use of chemical weapons in wartime, but they have hardly been effective, have they?
D
If various international bodies agreed to a long-term ban on chemical warfare, couldn’t the ban be put into effect?
E
For many years now, chemical warfare has been banned by international agreement, but can the ban be enforced?
Soru 5

Let’s wait another six months before deciding whether or not to take these products off the market.

A
Didn’t we agree six months ago that these goods ought to be taken off the market?
B
Can’t we defer our decision about withdrawing these goods from the market for a further six months?
C
Would you agree to withdrawing these goods from the market after another six months?
D
Why can’t we wait six months before we withdraw these products from the market?
E
Can we come to some agreement about which goods to take off the market during the next six months?
Soru 6

However much effort he puts into it, I’m sure he’ll never make a success of the business.

A
Unless he’s willing to make more of an effort, the business is never likely to be a success.
B
He’s a failure as a businessman even though he is extremely hard-working.
C
It follows that the harder he works the more likely the business is to be successful.
D
No matter how hard he tries, it’s clear that he won’t ever turn that business into a going concern.
E
The success of the business will obviously depend upon the amount of hard work he puts into it.
Soru 7

They found only two survivors, but it was a week before they gave up their search for the others.

A
Once those two were rescued at the end of the week, they abandoned the search for the others.
B
Rescue-workers found two more victims after the search for them had lasted a week.
C
At the end of the week the two survivors joined in the search for the others.
D
By the end of the first week there was little hope of finding the missing two.
E
They were only able to save two people though rescue work continued for a full week.
Soru 8

His career took off to a brilliant start, but since then his record hardly seems deserving of mild praise, let alone glory.

A
He was amazingly successful at the start of his career but afterwards he has done nothing to merit even a moderate amount of approval and certainly not renown.
B
Had his career record been in line with the brillant start he made, he would most certainly have earned high honours and great renown.
C
His career record has not lived up to his early promise, so he really does not merit either our approval or our praise.
D
His career began with a stunning success, but then he did nothing to earn either the praise or the approval he now receives.
E
In spite of his early promise, his career record shows nothing deserving of the special praise or glory he seems to expect.
Soru 9

I suppose most criminals do get caught in the end because they believe their luck will hold just one more time.

A
It seems that the majority of criminals start to take greater risks and so get arrested.
B
Apparently, by trusting their luck just once too often, most criminals do eventually get arrested.
C
In my opinion, however hard he may try, no criminal can ever escape arrest.
D
Once the average criminal has fallen under suspicion he can no longer trust his luck.
E
In most cases, so long as a criminal avoids taking risks he is not likely to be suspected.
Soru 10

At first she was rather reluctant to give up her job but now finds it very rewarding to be bringing up her children.

A
Initially she wasn’t at all keen, to stop working, but she now finds that looking after her children affords her much satisfaction.
B
Now when she spends her days at home with her children she feels more fulfilled than she ever did when she was out working.
C
She was enjoyed bringing up her children but nevertheless looks forward to resuming work.
D
Then she was unwilling to give up her job but now her sense of responsibility to her children tells her she must
E
When the children have grown up she may regret that she gave up her career for them.
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