YÖKDİL Fen Bilimleri Testleri – Okuma Parçası 4

YÖKDİL Fen Bilimleri Testleri - Okuma Parçası 4

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Soru 1

Humans have evolved to work best in the atmosphere and gravity that exist on the Earth’s surface. To survive in space, astronauts have to take an Earth-like environment with them such as fresh oxygen, which is circulated around the craft for them to breathe. The main difference in space is the weightlessness causing astronauts to float around. As soon as astronauts go into space, their bodies start adapting to this weightlessness. Muscles, bones, heart and blood all undergo changes. At least half of all astronauts suffer an unpleasant reaction to weightlessness. On the Earth, gravity exerts a force on our bodies, which gives us weight and keeps us rooted to the ground. It also pulls body fluid downwards. In space, astronauts lose their sense of balance. They can feel sick, and go off their food. It can take two weeks for the digestive system to fully adjust. Therefore, NASA plans no spacewalks during the first three days of a mission, because an astronaut who vomits inside a spacesuit risks suffocation.

According to the passage, ----.

A
the human body has evolved considerably to adapt to the conditions of space
B
strict training methods allow the human body to adapt to space
C
special conditions need to be created to allow humans to survive in space
D
the conditions of the Earth’s surface challenge the physical limits of the human body
E
lack of gravity has no significant biological effects on the human body
Soru 2

Humans have evolved to work best in the atmosphere and gravity that exist on the Earth’s surface. To survive in space, astronauts have to take an Earth-like environment with them such as fresh oxygen, which is circulated around the craft for them to breathe. The main difference in space is the weightlessness causing astronauts to float around. As soon as astronauts go into space, their bodies start adapting to this weightlessness. Muscles, bones, heart and blood all undergo changes. At least half of all astronauts suffer an unpleasant reaction to weightlessness. On the Earth, gravity exerts a force on our bodies, which gives us weight and keeps us rooted to the ground. It also pulls body fluid downwards. In space, astronauts lose their sense of balance. They can feel sick, and go off their food. It can take two weeks for the digestive system to fully adjust. Therefore, NASA plans no spacewalks during the first three days of a mission, because an astronaut who vomits inside a spacesuit risks suffocation.

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

A
the main difference between conditions in space and on the Earth relates to the lack of oxygen
B
it is possible to prevent the changes to the human body in space through diet and exercise
C
it takes time for some systems in the body to adjust to the new conditions in space
D
one of NASA’s main aims in space travel is to investigate ways in which the body adjusts to life in space
E
human evolution will eventually allow humans to live in the extreme conditions of space
Soru 3

Humans have evolved to work best in the atmosphere and gravity that exist on the Earth’s surface. To survive in space, astronauts have to take an Earth-like environment with them such as fresh oxygen, which is circulated around the craft for them to breathe. The main difference in space is the weightlessness causing astronauts to float around. As soon as astronauts go into space, their bodies start adapting to this weightlessness. Muscles, bones, heart and blood all undergo changes. At least half of all astronauts suffer an unpleasant reaction to weightlessness. On the Earth, gravity exerts a force on our bodies, which gives us weight and keeps us rooted to the ground. It also pulls body fluid downwards. In space, astronauts lose their sense of balance. They can feel sick, and go off their food. It can take two weeks for the digestive system to fully adjust. Therefore, NASA plans no spacewalks during the first three days of a mission, because an astronaut who vomits inside a spacesuit risks suffocation.

According to the passage, a possible danger during a mission is that astronauts may ----

A
feel tired because of physical stress and make mistakes
B
suffer from weight gain due to lack of exercise
C
lose their balance, fall down and get hurt
D
throw up and choke inside their own spacesuits
E
lose their mental faculties as a result of adjustment problems
Soru 4

Humans have evolved to work best in the atmosphere and gravity that exist on the Earth’s surface. To survive in space, astronauts have to take an Earth-like environment with them such as fresh oxygen, which is circulated around the craft for them to breathe. The main difference in space is the weightlessness causing astronauts to float around. As soon as astronauts go into space, their bodies start adapting to this weightlessness. Muscles, bones, heart and blood all undergo changes. At least half of all astronauts suffer an unpleasant reaction to weightlessness. On the Earth, gravity exerts a force on our bodies, which gives us weight and keeps us rooted to the ground. It also pulls body fluid downwards. In space, astronauts lose their sense of balance. They can feel sick, and go off their food. It can take two weeks for the digestive system to fully adjust. Therefore, NASA plans no spacewalks during the first three days of a mission, because an astronaut who vomits inside a spacesuit risks suffocation.

It is understood from the passage that ----.

A
gravity does not play any role in the proper functioning of the human body
B
the human body experiences a negative reaction as a result of weightlessness
C
almost all astronauts adapt quite well to the conditions in space
D
the unpleasant effects of weightlessness pass after a few hours of exposure
E
astronauts can improve their sense of balance in the weightless gravity of space thanks to their suits
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