YDS Yakın Anlam Testleri 8

YDS Yakın Anlam Testleri 8

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Soru 1

The last time I saw your brother was when I ran into him at the station when I was on my way to Glasgow

A
Your brother and I finally met on the Glasgow train just as it was leaving the station.
B
As the Glasgow train drew out of the station I got a last glimpse of your brother.
C
I haven’t seen your brother since a chance meeting at the station with him when I was setting off for Glasgow.
D
Your brother and I finally met at the station as it happened that I was going to Glasgow.
E
The last time I went to Glasgow I happened to meet your brother at the station.
Soru 2

However carefully they rehearse the programme, there is always someone who gets it wrong.

A
Rehearse as much as you like, but you’ll never get it right.
B
The programme was rehearsed with so much care that it seemed that nothing could go wrong.
C
No matter how diligently the programme is rehearsed, it is never free of mistakes.
D
They rehearsed the programme until it was quite faultless.
E
They rehearsed as hard as ever until it seemed everyone was perfect.
Soru 3

However carefully they rehearse the programme, there is always someone who gets it wrong.

A
No matter how diligently the programme is rehearsed, it is never free of mistakes.
B
Rehearse as much as you like, but you’ll never get it right.
C
The programme was rehearsed with so much care that it seemed that nothing could go wrong.
D
They rehearsed the programme until it was quite faultless.
E
They rehearsed as hard as ever until it seemed everyone was perfect.
Soru 4

However carefully they rehearse the programme, there is always someone who gets it wrong.

A
Rehearse as much as you like, but you’ll never get it right.
B
They rehearsed the programme until it was quite faultless.
C
They rehearsed as hard as ever until it seemed everyone was perfect.
D
The programme was rehearsed with so much care that it seemed that nothing could go wrong.
E
No matter how diligently the programme is rehearsed, it is never free of mistakes.
Soru 5

I surely couldn’t have been expected to forgive him readily as this wasn’t the first time he’d tried to cheat me.

A
It was impossible for me not to forgive him even though he’d tried to deceive me several times before.
B
As he’d tried to cheat me on several previous occasions, I felt I was right not to forgive him this time.
C
I might have been willing to forgive him if this had been the first I’d caught him cheating me.
D
Since this wasn’t the first time he’d attempted to deceive me I was obviously not going to forgive him.
E
It was only natural that I should have been unwilling to forgive him as he had behaved dishonestly towards me on other occasions
Soru 6

However carefully they rehearse the programme, there is always someone who gets it wrong.

A
They rehearsed the programme until it was quite faultless.
B
No matter how diligently the programme is rehearsed, it is never free of mistakes.
C
The programme was rehearsed with so much care that it seemed that nothing could go wrong.
D
Rehearse as much as you like, but you’ll never get it right.
E
They rehearsed as hard as ever until it seemed everyone was perfect.
Soru 7

Nothing exercises the British Press so much as an apparent threat to the welfare of the British Press.

A
Should its own freedom be threatened, the British Press would unite to withstand attack.
B
It is only when the British Press is being criticised that it really shows its mettle.
C
The well-being of the British Press is apparent in the way it shows a united front in the face of attack.
D
The British Press has had much practice in upholding its own interests in the face of opposition.
E
The one time when the British Press really wakes up and acts is when it feels its own well-being is endangered.
Soru 8

In a country such as Russia, where much power is vested in one man, that man can make quite a difference.

A
In a country such as Russia, there would be a notable difference if complete power were vested in such a man as that.
B
It would make a terrific difference in Russia, for instance, if a great deal of power were vested in one man.
C
When, as in Russia, one man unconditionally wields enormous power, he can affect many changes.
D
If much power were invested in one man, in a country such as Russia, he could bring about great changes.
E
Should one man be given unlimited power, as in Russia, it would make a difference to the country.
Soru 9

I do wish they could have planned the journey so as to allow us a week in London.

A
They plan to allow us a week in London if that’s what we wish.
B
They have arranged for us to travel to London and spend a week there.
C
Travel arrangements have been made so as to allow us a whole week in London.
D
If only the travel arrangements had made it possible for us to spend a week in London.
E
We hoped they would rearrange the programme to allow us a full week in London.
Soru 10

They might just as well close the cafe for this year, as the tourists have all left.

A
Since the tourists have gone, they find it hardly profitable to keep the cafe open.
B
I think they plan to close the cafe once the tourists have all gone away.
C
Once the season is over and the tourists have gone, they’ll probably decide to close the cafe.
D
They can’t be bothered to run the cafe after the tourist-season is over.
E
There’s no point in keeping the cafe open now, since the season is over and there are no more tourists about.
Soru 11

The root cause of the crisis is that the legal basis for asylum was drawn up when very few had the means to seek it.

A
Basic to the whole disastrous situation is the fact that the legal basis for asylum dates back to a time when it was almost impossible for anyone to seek it.
B
When the legal basis of asylum was devised it was assumed that very few people would ever seek it and such a crisis as this was not expected.
C
Though few of them have any way at all of escaping it is now that the legal basis for asylum must be revised so that such a crisis may be avoided.
D
As few people ever managed to escape, it was felt that a legal basis for asylum was unnecessary and this is the major cause of the problem.
E
We must face the fact that the legal basis for asylum should not have been drawn up when hardly anyone had a chance to escape.
Soru 12

Whenever I meet her she is full of complaints about how unfairly she is treated by the supervisor.

A
When we come together, she always talks about her supervisor’s attitude towards her.
B
When I was there it didn’t seem right to criticize the behaviour of the supervisor towards her.
C
Whenever she comes to me it’s to denounce the supervisor for treating her so harshly.
D
I never see her but she’s complaining about the unfair treatment she receives at the hands of the supervisor.
E
I’m tired of listening to her complaints about the harsh treatment of the supervisor towards her.
Soru 13

Though diplomatic efforts to forestall the bombardment have been intensified, there is apparently no progress towards an agreement.

A
Reconciliation remains a remote hope, for diplomatic channels apparently lack the necessary authority to check an attack.
B
In spite of diplomatic efforts to the contrary, the bombardment was a violent one and all hopes of an agreement were shattered.
C
Reconciliation seems no nearer, even though a massive effort is being made to find a diplomatic solution and so avoid a bombardment.
D
Every known means of diplomacy has been tried, but peace seems to recede and the expected attack to be quickly approaching.
E
Though they are desperately in need of a truce, they can find no way to achieve one and now await the attack.
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