YDS Yakın Anlam Testleri 2

YDS Yakın Anlam Testleri 2

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Soru 1

A comparative study of religions is a subject that appeals to most theologians.

A
For most theologians, religious subjects are interesting even though they are studied comparatively.
B
For the majority of theologians, the comparison of religions is a subject of great interest.
C
Many theologians argue that religions should have been studied comparatively
D
Religions are often compared by some of the theologians.
E
Comparatively, many theologians are involved in the study of religions.
Soru 2

Efforts at the collective bargaining have failed because what was demanded was more than the firm could afford.

A
Since the firm could not possibly meet the demands, the parties at the collective bargaining could not reach an agreement.
B
Even if the firm could have afforded more, the collective bargaining wouldn’t have been useful.
C
Both sides made considerable efforts to ensure the success of the collective bargaining.
D
The failure of the efforts of the collective bargaining was due to the lack of interest on the part of the firm.
E
The demands made at the collective bargaining could have been met by the firm.
Soru 3

He was sent for trial for causing a disturbance.

A
The trial was conducted under rather unpleasant circumstances.
B
He is upset at the idea of having to stand trial.
C
He was brought before the judge, accused of breaking the peace.
D
He found the trial extremely disturbing.
E
The trial turned out to be an extremely unpleasant one.
Soru 4

You should get some professional advice if you're thinking about changing the system radically

A
If you're considering major alterations in procedures, I suggest you consult an expert.
B
It would be very unprofessional behaviour if you were to make any major changes in the system.
C
My professional advice to you is to avoid any major changes in the system.
D
Don't make any radical changes in the scheme; that's my advice to you.
E
Without consulting an expert you were ill advised to introduce any major changes to the system.
Soru 5

The West main response to events in Yugoslavia has been to avoid any direct involvementThe West could have responded to the situation in Yugoslavia with a policy of active involvement.

A
By and large the West has been reluctant to commit itself actively to affairs in Yugoslavia.
B
The involvement of the West in Yugoslavia was in response to certain major events.
C
The West could have responded to the situation in Yugoslavia with a policy of active involvement.
D
In the main, the response of the West to the situation in Yugoslavia was unavoidable.
E
Direct intervention was the response of the West to the situation in Yugoslavia
Soru 6

Few of the people who attended the opening the exhibition realised just how remarkable the exhibition was.

A
A great majority of the people were, in fact, impressed by the exhibition when it was opened.
B
At the opening of the exhibition some people thought it was inefficiently organised.
C
Many people at the opening were unable to appreciate the worth of the exhibition.
D
Most people who came to the opening did not expect the exhibition to be of any value.
E
Of those who attended the opening, some thought the exhibition was rather disappointing.
Soru 7

He advised me not to sell such a quantity of shares without consulting an expert.

A
He told me that only experts could sell so many shares.
B
The expert’s advice was to consult him first and then sell the shares.
C
He thought it would be better if I were to seek professional advice before selling so many shares.
D
He claimed that professional advice was necessary before we sold any quantity of shares.
E
The sale of shares, he argued, was to be done on the advice of professionals.
Soru 8

The architects were told to give practical considerations precedence over aesthetic ones.

A
The architects were reminded that the appearance of a building is not of primary importance.
B
It is said that architects prefer aesthetic considerations to practical ones.
C
The architects had to concentrate, not on the appearance of the building, but on making it functional.
D
Architects are supposed to give more attention to appearance than to right construction.
E
The architects had to be reminded that a well-designed building is both beautiful and useful.
Soru 9

If Mr Drake doesn’t hand in resignation, then Paul will.

A
Apparently, neither Paul nor Mr Drake plans to resign.
B
Paul would have resigned if Mr Drake had.
C
Paul won’t resign unless Mr Drake does.
D
Mr Drake gave in his resignation before Paul.
E
Either Mr Drake resigns or Paul does.
Soru 10

In view of the evidence, it seemed quite clear that John had committed the crime.

A
As far as the evidence is concerned, John seems to be a suspect.
B
If John had committed the crime, the evidence would have shown it.
C
At court John was charged with crime.
D
From the evidence it was fairly obvious that the criminal was John.
E
All the evidence showed that John was the only person to be charged with the crime.
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