YDS Yakın Anlam Testleri 7

YDS Yakın Anlam Testleri 7

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Soru 1

They were fully within their rights when they dismissed him, but now they wish they hadn’t done so.

A
If they hadn’t dismissed him they would be in a better position now.
B
Their dismissal of him was perfectly legal but now they regret their action.
C
Though their dismissal of him was barely legal the outcome has been fortunate.
D
What they did may have been legal, but it was still unfair to dismiss him in that way.
E
They had the right to dismiss him and don’t deserve this unpleasant turn of events.
Soru 2

There’s no point in learning several languages if you are not going to have the opportunity to use them.

A
There are several languages that are everywhere in use and these are the ones to learn
B
Unless you are going to be in a position to use them, learning several languages would just be a waste of time.
C
Certain languages which few people know are actually well worth learning.
D
You shouldn’t try to learn many languages except the ones which are spoken internationally.
E
People used to learn several languages even though they had little opportunity to use them.
Soru 3

We got caught in a traffic jam so we’re among the last to arrive.

A
The late arrivers all put the blame on the heavy traffic.
B
The traffic was so heavy that nearly everyone arrived late.
C
The roads were so congested that it’s a wonder anyone got there on time.
D
Most people got there before us as we are held up by the traffic.
E
There was such a congestion on the roads that I thought we never would get there.
Soru 4

Though he knows I’m determined to make Marsden the new manager, he’s constantly seeking to bring him down in my estimation.

A
Though he is fully aware of the fact that I’m set on making Marsden the new manager, he still persists in trying to influence me against him.
B
His opinion of Marsden will surely change once he sees what a capable manager he really is.
C
Once Mersden takes on the job of manager all this unfair criticism of him is sure to stop.
D
Even if Marsden weren’t likely to prove a good manager that man has no right to criticise him to me in such a manner.
E
Since I’m fully determined to make Marsden manager I absolutely refuse to listen to all this criticism of him.
Soru 5

It’s not fair to put all the blame on him; he is not the only one at fault.

A
It wouldn’t be right to punish those who, like him, weren’t involved.
B
He doesn’t deserve to be blamed for everything; there were others involved.
C
Only the ones who were involved should be punished.
D
The fault is his only; so let him take the blame.
E
He deserves to be punished, but the others don’t.
Soru 6

We will never be able to get all these exhibits dated and labelled for the opening of the museum unless we get a lot of assistance.

A
With just a little extra assistance we shall be able to get all these exhibits dated and labelled before the museum is opened.
B
The opening of the museum does not depend on whether or not we can get all these exhibits dated and labelled.
C
Once the museum is open we can easily get plenty of help in the dating and labelling of the exhibits.
D
We’re going to need an awful lot of help if we’re to date and label these exhibits in time for the opening of the museum.
E
It would help us to finish the dating and labelling of the exhibits if the museum is not opened for a while.
Soru 7

He really doesn’t mind who he works for, but the pay has to be good.

A
It’s the money that interests him, not the type of work or his employer.
B
He’s the sort who will do anything for money.
C
To his way of thinking, the job should be better paid.
D
With him, it’s the money that matters, not the type of work.
E
He’ll work for just about anyone so long as they pay him well.
Soru 8

My father has agreed to pay this month’s instalment but warned me that he wouldn’t make a practice of doing so.

A
My father has agreed to pay the instalment this month, but I won’t ask him to do so again.
B
This month the instalment will be met by my father, but he more or less said he wouldn’t do it again.
C
It’s only with this month’s instalment that I need help from my father, I won’t need it again.
D
So long as my father pays this month’s instalment I shall have no problem paying the others.
E
If my father doesn’t pay the instalment this month, I don’t know what I’m going to do.
Soru 9

It is not for me to say whether or not the lecture was a good one as it was way outside my field and I hardly understood any of it.

A
I can’t understand why he felt the need to limit the scope of his lecture in such a way.
B
The subject of his lecture promised to be interesting, but his treatment of it seemed to me to lack of something.
C
I don’t feel qualified to comment on his treatment of the subject as his approach is so different from mine.
D
I might have followed the lecture better if I had been familiar with the field.
E
Since I couldn’t follow the lecture as I knew nothing about the subject matter, I really can’t give an opinion on it.
Soru 10

If it hadn’t been for the wind, the fire would never have spread so fast.

A
Unless the wind develops, the fire is hardly likely to spread fast.
B
Had there been a wind, the fire would have spread even faster.
C
The force of the wind affected the way the fire spread.
D
It was the wind that caused the fire to spread at such a speed.
E
Even without the wind, the fire would have spread just as fast.
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