YDS Yakın Anlam Testleri 6

YDS Yakın Anlam Testleri 6

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Soru 1

Citrus trees thrive on wide range of soils, but well-drained and slightly acid types are most suitable.

A
Citrus trees grow in many different places, but the soil must always be welldrained and fairly acid.
B
Though citrus trees prefer a well-drained and slightly acid soil, they do well in many other types.
C
The ideal soil for citrus trees is one that is well-drained and rather acid; they do not do well in other soils.
D
The well-drained and rather acid soil that suits citrus trees is the most common of soil types.
E
Citrus trees are particular about the soil on which they grow and do best on welldrained and slightly acid soil types.
Soru 2

We really were spoilt by choice so had a hard time deciding which of all those superb pictures to get.

A
We spent a long time wondering which picture to buy as there were so many outstanding ones to choose from.
B
We could surely have come away with any of those marvellous pictures and not have regretted our choice afterwards.
C
The pictures had clearly been chosen after much deliberation and we were suitably impressed by the whole fabulous collection.
D
By some remarkable chance the picture we wanted had somehow got spoilt.
E
They had got together an incredibly valuable collection of pictures for us to evaluate.
Soru 3

The whole object of education ought to broaden the mind and so to equip it to recognise and condemn narrowmindedness.

A
Through education one learns to regard all forms of narrow-mindedness in a sprit of tolerance.
B
Education should aim at producing a more liberal way of thinking so that intolerance can be identified and denounced.
C
The main concern of education is to broaden one’s experience and understanding of different types of intolerance.
D
Narrow-mindedness is the only mode of educated thinking that does not uphold the virtues of tolerance.
E
Education teaches us tolerance and to tolerate all viewpoints except that of narrow-mindedness.
Soru 4

If the others had taken sensible precautions like we did, this tragedy need never have happened.

A
This tragic outcome could have been avoided, but, unlike us, the others behaved rashly.
B
The tragedy is that this could have been avoided if only they had all controlled their emotions.
C
If only they would follow our example and behave in a reasonable manner all this suffering could be avoided.
D
If they had not behaved so foolishly, they would not have involved us, too, in this tragedy
E
Their tiresome behaviour meant that we were all inevitably involved in the tragedy.
Soru 5

He advised me not to write until I’d got over my anger and this was good advice.

A
He advised me not to show how angry I was in the letter and this was doubtless sensible.
B
He very wisely suggested that I didn’t write while I was still feeling so annoyed.
C
I couldn’t help being annoyed when the letter finally came with so much good advice in it.
D
I should have listened to his advice and not written while I was still so angry.
E
Once I’d managed to control my anger I realised that he’d given me some very good advice on how to write it.
Soru 6

It wasn’t an easy situation to begin, but he handled it with considerable skill and understanding.

A
He took charge of the situation and soon had everything firmly under his control.
B
The situation was an awkward one but he coped well and in a tactful manner.
C
The affair would have got out of hand if he hadn’t been there to control it.
D
The situation was brought under control through the calm manner with which he dealt with it.
E
If the affair had once got out of control it would have been very difficult to restore order.
Soru 7

The more he looked into the reasons behind the failure of the publicity stunt the more he was puzzled by it.

A
The reasons behind the failure of the publicity stunt he had organised are even now a mystery.
B
A more in-depth study into what caused the publicity stunt to fail left him still more perplexed.
C
he was naturally more concerned about the effects of the failure of the publicity stunt than with the reasons for it.
D
The most perplexing thing behind the failure of the publicity stunt is that no reason can be found for it.
E
The failure of the publicity scheme was in itself perplexing but the reason behind it puzzled him even more.
Soru 8

The harnessing of the wind to generate electricity dates back to 1890, but few notable advances were made until 1970 when energy prices began to rise fast.

A
in 1890 a few efforts were made to generate electricity from wind power, but it was only in 1970 when energy prices rose steeply, that such a scheme was taken seriously.
B
It was in 1890 that the wind was first used to generate electricity, but it was long before 1970 when energy prices started to rise sharply, that real advances were made.
C
In I890, when there was a sudden increase in energy prices, efforts were made to harness the power of the wind for the generation of electricity for the first time since 1890.
D
Between 1890 and 1970 various attempts were made to harness power of the wind as the rising prices of energy made this desirable.
E
Impressive advances in the generation of electricity from wind power coincided with rising energy prices in 1970, but t
Soru 9

The theory of natural selection made the idea of organic evolution acceptable to the majority of the scientific world.

A
Without the theory of natural selection to support it, no scientist would ever have approved the theory of organic evolution.
B
It was only after the introduction of the theory of natural selection that scientists paid attention to the idea of organic evolution.
C
On the whole, the scientific world approved the concept of organic evolution once the theory of natural selection had been postulated.
D
In the eyes of the scientific world, the theory of natural selection and the idea of organic evolution are inseparable concepts.
E
The world's scientists accepted the idea of organic evolution more readily than the concept of natural selection.
Soru 10

You don’t have to attend the next meeting which concerns the details of implementation, but naturally we’ll be delighted if you do.

A
We were unable to discuss the details of implementation so that has been left for the next meeting which we sincerely hope you will be able to attend.
B
You needn’t have attended the meeting concerning the details of implementation but a lot of people were gratified by your presence.
C
You aren’t obligated to be present when we meet to discuss the details of implementation, but it goes without saying that we’ll be very pleased if you do join us then.
D
The meeting to discuss the details of implementation doesn’t concern you, but nevertheless we shall be pleased if you decide to attend.
E
The details of implementation will have to be discussed at the next meeting which you will presumably agree to attend.
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