YDS Yakın Anlam Testleri 5

YDS Yakın Anlam Testleri 5

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Soru 1

It is no use expecting someone else to find a job for him; he must do something about it himself.

A
He shouldn’t expect others to give up their jobs for him.
B
He never will get a job unless he sets about getting one himself and not leaving it to others.
C
It is hard enough to find a job for oneself without having help from other people.
D
You shouldn’t expect anyone else to accept a job you aren’t willing to take on yourself.
E
As he doesn’t want the job himself he might as well let someone else have it.
Soru 2

I firmly believe that the disadvantages outweigh the advantages.

A
One needs to weigh the disadvantages against advantages.
B
I’m convinced that there are more disadvantages than advantages.
C
There seem to be more advantages than disadvantages on such occasions.
D
It seems to me that the advantages and the disadvantages balance each other.
E
I’m beginning to wonder whether there are more disadvantages than advantages.
Soru 3

Although the cost of living goes up steeply, people can still afford what they need, since the salaries rise too.

A
Whether the cost of living goes up or not, people have no difficulty buying the things they need because the increase in salaries is bigger.
B
People don’t seem to suffer much from the sharp increase in prices because salaries and prices rise accordingly.
C
Because of the rapid increase in prices, it’s becoming more and more difficult to keep pace with them.
D
The more the cost of living rises, the less people can afford to buy what they need.
E
Prices are going up very fast, so people should try to increase their salaries to keep up with them.
Soru 4

He was advised to confirm the booking but failed to do so.

A
It is always advisable to confirm a booking but he never does so.
B
He won’t confirm the booking although he is advised to do so.
C
They told him it was best to confirm the booking but he didn’t listen to them.
D
The booking should have been confirmed but he forgot to do so.
E
As the booking was not confirmed, they won’t listen to his complaints.
Soru 5

If only he’d been less officious the other side would certainly have been more amenable.

A
His behaviour was so disagreeable that it caused an impasse between the two sides.
B
Surely he behaved in a more considerate manner so as to gain the cooperation of the other side.
C
I wish he could have made himself more agreeable to the other side and ensured a better response from them.
D
The other side naturally left offended by the officious manner in which he had approached them.
E
He should be reproached for being so disagreeable and offending the other side.
Soru 6

I've been out of the country for nearly a year, so I'm out of touch with everything here.

A
On my return after almost a year, I was amazed to find so few changes here.
B
I feel quite like a stranger now that I'm back after almost a year abroad.
C
A year or so abroad will make you feel differently about your own country.
D
The year abroad has estranged me so I don't want to go back to my own country.
E
It will seem strange to be back home after almost a year abroad.
Soru 7

Much to our astonishment, he soon proved himself to be a very talented organiser.

A
It wasn’t long before his administrative gifts became apparent, which surprised us greatly.
B
The speed with which he developed his administrative potential didn't surprise us all.
C
His organising abilities were surprisingly enough not recognised until too late.
D
The astonishing thing was that such a talented man should take on the organisation.
E
It is amazing that a man of his capabilities should avoid administrative work.
Soru 8

Usually people treat you in accordance with how you treat them.

A
If a person behaves in certain way to you, you ought to react accordingly.
B
Your attitude towards people generally determines their attitude towards you.
C
You should treat people in the way you wish them to treat you.
D
It’s rare for people to reciprocate your behaviour.
E
Your handling of people is usually reflected in their opinion of you.
Soru 9

I suppose no scheme is foolproof; even the best ones sometimes miscarry

A
There was a breakdown in proceedings so things went contrary to plan.
B
There is presumably no such a thing as a perfect plan; they can all fall through.
C
The only schemes that don’t miscarry are apparently the really foolproof ones.
D
If a plan is not going to fall through it has to be quite foolproof.
E
Schemes that seem to be foolproof quite often are not.
Soru 10

We'd better leave right away as the traffic will be heavy at this hour.

A
The road are busy at this time of day so we ought to set off at once.
B
If we set off now we would avoid most of the heavy traffic.
C
We mustn’t leave it too late as the roads are likely to be busy for the next hour.
D
Let's wait an hour so as to avoid some of this heavy traffic.
E
The sooner they leave the better if they don't want to get caught in a traffic jam.
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