YÖKDİL Fen Bilimleri Testleri 3

YÖKDİL Fen Testleri 3

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Soru 1

Marine biologists are trying to ---- why healthy sea creatures have been dying suddenly along coastal areas around the world.

A
make up
B
turn down
C
figure out
D
give in
E
break into
Soru 2

----- the benefits of individual skills with those of living in an even larger group, many animal species ----- their chances of survival.

A
Having combined / would have increased
B
To have combined / increase
C
Combining / can increase
D
To be combined / increased
E
To combine / had increased
Soru 3

Engineers have improved infrastructures to deal with lightning ----- a better and more detailed understanding of lightning.

A
thanks to
B
such as
C
on behalf of
D
in terms of
E
rather than
Soru 4

The fragmentation of the remaining forest in South-East Asia has become ---- severe ---- the loss of many more species of plants and animals has become inevitable.

A
such / as
B
either/or
C
whether / or
D
such / that
E
so / that
Soru 5

A black hole is a place in space (1) ---- gravity pulls so much that even light cannot get out. The gravity is so strong because matter has been squeezed into a tiny space. (2) ---- no light can get out, people can't see black holes. Namely, they are (3) ----. Space telescopes with special tools can help find black holes. The special tools can see how stars that are very close (4) ---- black holes act differently from other stars. The big question is “when did this all happen?” Scientists think most of the black holes formed when the universe (5) ---- long ago. Then, through time the number of them has kept adding up

(1) nolu boş bırakılan yere uygun düşen sözcük ya da ifadeyi bulunuz.

A
that
B
where
C
which
D
of whic
E
what
Soru 6

A black hole is a place in space (1) ---- gravity pulls so much that even light cannot get out. The gravity is so strong because matter has been squeezed into a tiny space. (2) ---- no light can get out, people can't see black holes. Namely, they are (3) ----. Space telescopes with special tools can help find black holes. The special tools can see how stars that are very close (4) ---- black holes act differently from other stars. The big question is “when did this all happen?” Scientists think most of the black holes formed when the universe (5) ---- long ago. Then, through time the number of them has kept adding up

(2) nolu boş bırakılan yere uygun düşen sözcük ya da ifadeyi bulunuz.

A
While
B
Although
C
As if
D
Since
E
Just as
Soru 7

A black hole is a place in space (1) ---- gravity pulls so much that even light cannot get out. The gravity is so strong because matter has been squeezed into a tiny space. (2) ---- no light can get out, people can't see black holes. Namely, they are (3) ----. Space telescopes with special tools can help find black holes. The special tools can see how stars that are very close (4) ---- black holes act differently from other stars. The big question is “when did this all happen?” Scientists think most of the black holes formed when the universe (5) ---- long ago. Then, through time the number of them has kept adding up

(3) nolu boş bırakılan yere uygun düşen sözcük ya da ifadeyi bulunuz.

A
radiant
B
invisible
C
bright
D
invincible
E
visible
Soru 8

A black hole is a place in space (1) ---- gravity pulls so much that even light cannot get out. The gravity is so strong because matter has been squeezed into a tiny space. (2) ---- no light can get out, people can't see black holes. Namely, they are (3) ----. Space telescopes with special tools can help find black holes. The special tools can see how stars that are very close (4) ---- black holes act differently from other stars. The big question is “when did this all happen?” Scientists think most of the black holes formed when the universe (5) ---- long ago. Then, through time the number of them has kept adding up

(4) nolu boş bırakılan yere uygun düşen sözcük ya da ifadeyi bulunuz.

A
above
B
under
C
to
D
from
E
upon
Soru 9

A black hole is a place in space (1) ---- gravity pulls so much that even light cannot get out. The gravity is so strong because matter has been squeezed into a tiny space. (2) ---- no light can get out, people can't see black holes. Namely, they are (3) ----. Space telescopes with special tools can help find black holes. The special tools can see how stars that are very close (4) ---- black holes act differently from other stars. The big question is “when did this all happen?” Scientists think most of the black holes formed when the universe (5) ---- long ago. Then, through time the number of them has kept adding up

(5) nolu boş bırakılan yere uygun düşen sözcük ya da ifadeyi bulunuz.

A
was beginning
B
will begin
C
began
D
had begun
E
begins
Soru 10

---- that carried a number of vital instruments and remained in orbit for more than 12.

A
Scientists will carry out an undersea exploration of some sort
B
As they have long worked on space projects
C
Explorer I was a relatively small spacecraft
D
The danger of desertification due to climate change persists
E
A probe can be designed to explore the solar system in general and Mars in particular
Soru 11

----, they can easily understand where events are taking place.

A
If people develop a map of their community and the world
B
While early people had an easy way of transporting goods
C
Although there are many reasons to study geography
D
As rivers are easy examples of how geography can impact history
E
Unless geographical features have had an equally strong impact on history
Soru 12

Most nature reserves, -----, have special environmental value.

A
whether governments and companies place special attention on it
B
unless they protect unique ecosystems, water reserves, and endangered species
C
yet people are in favour of conserving them and contributing money
D
which should be well-preserved for future generations
E
if people made use of economic advantages
Soru 13

Technology, the collection of techniques, skills, methods, is used in the production of goods or services.

A
İnsanlar teknolojiyi yalnızca mal ve hizmetlerin üretiminde değil aynı zamanda tekniklerin, becerilerin, yöntemlerin derlenmesinde de kullanırlar.
B
Tekniklerin, becerilerin, yöntemlerin bütünü olan ve teknoloji, mal veya hizmetlerin üretiminde kullanılır.
C
Mal veya hizmetlerin üretiminde kullanılan teknoloji tekniklerin, becerilerin, yöntemlerin ve işlemlerin toplamıdır
D
Teknoloji, tekniklerin gelişmesiyle birlikte hizmet sektöründe ve mal üretiminde kullanılmaktadır.
E
Teknoloji mal veya hizmetlerin üretiminde kullanılan tekniklerin, becerilerin, yöntemlerin ve işlemlerin derlenmesidir
Soru 14

According to the Moore Law put forward by Gordon Moore, the technology that we use even for our daily routines doubles every two years.

A
Gordon Moore’un ortaya attığı Moore yasasına göre, günlük rutinlerimiz için bile kullandığımız teknoloji her iki yılda bir ikiye katlanır.
B
Gordon Moore tarafından ortaya atılan Moore yasasına göre, günlük rutinlerimiz için bile kullandığımız teknoloji her iki yılda bir iki kat azalır.
C
Gordon Moore’un ortaya attığı Moore yasasına göre, günlük rutinlerimiz için kullandığımız teknoloji her iki yılda bir ikiye katlanır.
D
Gordon Moore tarafından ortaya atılan Moore yasası, günlük rutinlerimiz için bile kullanılan teknolojiyi her iki yılda bir arttığını iddia eder
E
Gordon Moore tarafından ortaya atılan Moore yasasına göre, günlük rutinlerimiz için bile kullandığımız teknoloji her iki yılda bir ikiye katlanır.
Soru 15

Yağ ve kolesterol içeren et, süt, peynir ve yumurta gibi çoğu gıdalar, aynı zamanda yüksek nitelikli proteinleri ve değerli vitaminleri içerir.

A
Meat, milk, cheese, eggs and many other foods, which include fat and cholesterol, also provide high-quality protein as well as all the necessary vitamins.
B
Most of the high-quality protein and vitaminrich foods like meat, milk, cheese and eggs also have fat and cholesterol
C
Fat and cholesterol are contained in many foods including meat, milk cheese and eggs, but also they have some essential vitamins and high-grade proteins
D
Most foods such as meat, milk, cheese and eggs including fat and cholesterol also contain high-quality proteins and valuable vitamins.
E
Many high-quality proteins and useful vitamins are mostly include in such foods as meat, milk, cheese and eggs also have fat cholesterol
Soru 16

Every year, winds over the Sahara Desert sweep up huge plumes of mineral dust, transporting hundreds of teragrams across North Africa and over the Atlantic Ocean. Such dust can be blown for thousands of kilometers and settle in areas as far away as Florida and the Bahamas. The Sahara has been known as the leading source of windblown dust to the Earth's atmosphere. However, Professor David McGee and his team from Yale University have reported that the African plume was far less dusty 5,000 years ago, containing merely half the amount of dust that is transported today. To reach accurate findings, the researchers have reconstructed the African dust plume over the last 23,000 years and observed a dramatic reduction in dust. McGee state that this weakened plume may have allowed more sunlight to reach the ocean, increasing its temperature by 0.15 degrees Celsius which is a slight but significant spike that likely triggered precipitation over North Africa, where climate at the time used to be interestingly far more temperate and hospitable than it is today. This link between reduction in dust and expansion of intense rain into the Sahara could present crucial understanding of not only past but also future climates.

  • It is clearly stated in the passage that ----.

A
dust plumes are more common in North Africa and the Atlantic Ocean than in Florida and the Bahamas
B
the Sahara Desert is considered as the second source of mineral dust nowadays
C
the African plume has turned out to have much less amount of dust thousand years ago
D
the accumulation of dust in the Sahara Desert reached to an unprecedented rate in the past
E
massive dust plumes blown from Florida and the Bahamas can reach far away locations
Soru 17

Every year, winds over the Sahara Desert sweep up huge plumes of mineral dust, transporting hundreds of teragrams across North Africa and over the Atlantic Ocean. Such dust can be blown for thousands of kilometers and settle in areas as far away as Florida and the Bahamas. The Sahara has been known as the leading source of windblown dust to the Earth's atmosphere. However, Professor David McGee and his team from Yale University have reported that the African plume was far less dusty 5,000 years ago, containing merely half the amount of dust that is transported today. To reach accurate findings, the researchers have reconstructed the African dust plume over the last 23,000 years and observed a dramatic reduction in dust. McGee state that this weakened plume may have allowed more sunlight to reach the ocean, increasing its temperature by 0.15 degrees Celsius which is a slight but significant spike that likely triggered precipitation over North Africa, where climate at the time used to be interestingly far more temperate and hospitable than it is today. This link between reduction in dust and expansion of intense rain into the Sahara could present crucial understanding of not only past but also future climates.

  • One can understand from the passage that the researchers have ----.

A
monitored other continents' precipitation rates in order to conduct a meticulous study
B
found out a compelling fact about North African climate by simulating the past climatic conditions of the last 23,000 years
C
discovered a dramatic decrease in sea temperatures to be the main cause of dust formation and drought in North Africa
D
ridiculed the substantial rise in sea temperatures and its effects on the world's climatic changes
E
compared mineral dust particles from present with the ones from 5,000 years ago
Soru 18

Every year, winds over the Sahara Desert sweep up huge plumes of mineral dust, transporting hundreds of teragrams across North Africa and over the Atlantic Ocean. Such dust can be blown for thousands of kilometers and settle in areas as far away as Florida and the Bahamas. The Sahara has been known as the leading source of windblown dust to the Earth's atmosphere. However, Professor David McGee and his team from Yale University have reported that the African plume was far less dusty 5,000 years ago, containing merely half the amount of dust that is transported today. To reach accurate findings, the researchers have reconstructed the African dust plume over the last 23,000 years and observed a dramatic reduction in dust. McGee state that this weakened plume may have allowed more sunlight to reach the ocean, increasing its temperature by 0.15 degrees Celsius which is a slight but significant spike that likely triggered precipitation over North Africa, where climate at the time used to be interestingly far more temperate and hospitable than it is today. This link between reduction in dust and expansion of intense rain into the Sahara could present crucial understanding of not only past but also future climates.

  • What could be the best title for the passage?

A
Huge Reduction in African Dust Plume
B
Dust Plume Effects on Sea Temperatures
C
Profound Analysis into Climate Zones
D
Temperate Climate of North Africa
E
Wind Patterns of the Sahara Desert
Soru 19

Scientists from the University of Michigan in the USA have found that the brain of astronauts changes shape during spaceflight. It is the first study to look into how the brain changes on the journey into space. Researchers looked at MRIs of 26 astronauts who spent time in space. Twelve of the astronauts spent two weeks as Space Shuttle crew members, and 14 spent six months on the International Space Station. ----. Therefore, the researchers concluded that the longer an astronaut spent in space, the bigger the differences in size were

A
It has long been known that the bigger the brain of a species is the more intelligent they are
B
The astronauts also fixed the problems, which occurred in the space stations
C
All of them experienced increases and decreases in the size of different parts of the brain
D
These findings will help NASA to conduct more research
E
Space voyages had a profound effect on the psychology of the astronauts’ families
Soru 20

(I) We are running out of space in which to discard our garbage, and our current methods of disposing of it are endangering the environment. (II) Recycling, one solution to this problem, is the process of collecting used materials and manufacturing them into new products instead of throwing them away. (III) Recycling is being done worldwide, for example, in Germany it is a usual practice. (IV) In this way the trash in overcrowded landfills can be reduced. (V) Also materials that are used to make new products can be reduced and natural resources can be saved as well

A
II
B
I
C
III
D
V
E
IV
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