YDS Yakın Anlam Testleri 3

YDS Yakın Anlam Testleri 3

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Soru 1

One can hardly expect profits to double again this year.

A
It’s quite possible that profits this year will be halved again.
B
Profits will probably drop by as much as 50 percent again this year.
C
They don't expect this year to be profitable at all.
D
It's not likely that profits will again go up by 100 percent this year.
E
It won't be easy to double the profits again this year.
Soru 2

As Jane and I are going to Antalya by car, why don't you join us?

A
Why don't you want to go to Antalya by car with Jane and me?
B
Haven't you decided to go to Antalya by car with Jane and me?
C
Will you come to Antalya with Jane and me if we decide to take the car?
D
If you and Jane decide to go to Antalya, couldn't we go by car?
E
How about going to Antalya with Jane and me since we're taking the car?
Soru 3

Meals at "The Round Table" are undoubtedly the best in town and prices are reasonable

A
Considering the prices, the quality of food at "The Round Table" is not satisfactory.
B
They don't overcharge you at "The Round Table" and the food there is unrivalled in the town.
C
Considering how much they charge the food they serve at "The Round Table" is not as good as it ought to be.
D
At "The Round Table" you get extremely good food, but you certainly, pay for it.
E
Prices have gone up at "The Round Table" but the quality of the food has gone up accordingly.
Soru 4

We couldn't help feeling disappointed when, after all our hard work, we had to close down the factory.

A
Since we'd put in so much effort it was inevitable that we should feel upset when we couldn't keep the factory going.
B
When the factory was closed down it obviously upset us, but there was nothing we could do about it.
C
However hard we worked we could not have stopped them closing down the factory.
D
By working even harder we could, perhaps, have managed to keep the factory open.
E
If only we could have kept the factory going we wouldn’t have kept that all our work had been wasted.
Soru 5

His gift for assessing the risks involved in granting any specific loan makes him invaluable to the bank.

A
The bank relies heavily on him because of his ability to judge accurately the degrees of risks entailed with any given loan
B
The bank expressed its gratitude to him with a gift, since he had rightly pointed out the risks involved in that particular loan.
C
The bank agreed to lend him a specific amount but not an indefinite one as that would have involved higher risks.
D
Before granting a loan, a bank will always try to assess the risks involved and these vary with each individual case.
E
The loan he received from the bank shows his ability to get what he wants in spite of the risks involved.
Soru 6

The majority of his colleagues might have believed such promises two years ago, but not any longer.

A
Many of his colleagues now realise that he didn’t keep the promises he made two years ago.
B
A couple of years ago he could, perhaps, have deceived his colleagues with the promises, but not now.
C
He’s making the same promises now as he did two years ago, but this time most of his colleagues don’t believe him.
D
It is not difficult for him to deceive his colleagues now as it was two years ago.
E
A couple of years ago, when he made those promises, less than half of his colleagues believed him.
Soru 7

To tell you the truth, I was rather disappointed in this new production of Carmen.

A
To tell you the truth, I was rather disappointed in this new production of Carmen.
B
Obviously I was disappointed to learn that they were doing Carmen again.
C
If you really want to know, the new production of Carmen wasn't as good as I’d hoped it would be.
D
They’ll have to admit that this new production of Carmen may prove unsatisfactory.
E
Someone should have told you that the new production of Carmen is not as good as we hoped.
Soru 8

He’s being paid out of all proportion to his usefulness.

A
Part of his earnings goes on luxuries, part on necessities.
B
A proportion of his salary is kept in reserve
C
The extra money has proved most useful.
D
He receives far more money than he deserves
E
With piece-work one is paid for each item produced.
Soru 9

The new health system is likely to prove unsettling for physicians and patients alike.

A
The new health service has caused considerable unrest among both doctors and patients
B
Both physicians and patients will probably find it hard to adapt to the new medical system.
C
Physicians and patients are disturbed by reports concerning the new health service.
D
Patients, unlike doctors, cannot be counted on to give their support to the new medical system.
E
The medical service is going through a crisis and this affects medical staff and patients alike.
Soru 10

What can we do to convince him that the project is sure to succeed?

A
Why can't he admit that the success of the project is in doubt?
B
Why must he believe that the scheme is sure to succeed?
C
How should we go about persuading him that the success of the project is assured?
D
Doesn't he w ant us to believe that the project is sure to succeed?
E
Why can't we persuade him that the scheme is sure to fail?
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