YÖKDİL Sağlık Bilimleri Testleri Çöz 6
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The assumption that mental functions are at their sharpest - our bralns mature in our early 20s has been questioned by a new research study.
As children become more self-critical, ..........
their understanding of the value of criticism will suffer
As children become more self-critical, -.
they would be more likely to repeat their failed attempts
they become more likely to discard their work
their work will deteriorate with each self-criticism
-·· electric cars are a welcome development, they are neither as useful nor as green as their supporters claim
Our memory for emotlons is highly selective, and we tend to remember how good the good times were, - the memorles of the bad tlmes fade more quickly
Having the support of a friend can change our perception of - difficult an obstacle is to overcome
lf user demand were the only driving force behind innovation, ---.
the cooking stove will have been designed in a way to minimize heat transfer
the cooking stove would be one of the most sophisticated devices in the world
the initial stage of stove design would seek to reduce demand
research on the development of cooking stoves will be the first priority
three billion people - nearly half the world's population - would use a stove every day
The exosphere, which is the uppermost layer of the atmosphere, is an ill-defined zone beginning somewhere - the thermosphere, and fadlng off ··- the vacuum of space.
under / between
above / into
between / from
The 201 O Nobel Prize ...... chemistry was awarded .....three chemists all studying carbon compounds.
for / to
Ankara University was establlshed in 1925, and many faculties, institutes and schools have since been set up within it, the fırst of - was the Faculty of Law.
in addition to immunologists working to develop a successful vaccine and effective drugs to treat HIV-infected patients, ••••.
a vaccine would not be effective against new antigens and so would quickly become obsolete
massive educational programmes are being developed to block the increase of AIDS
other barriers to the development of a vaccine include the difficulties in finding human volunteers for testing
HIV often infects the central nervous system because an effective drug must cross the blood-brain barrier
developing a vaccine against HIV has also been a most daunting challenge for them
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