YÖKDİL Sosyal Bilimler Testleri 3

YÖKDİL Sosyal Testleri 3

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Yanıtlarınız aşağıdaki gibidir.
Soru 1

Americans ---- to view their history as a success story and as a victory for democracy.

A
adapt
B
dedicate
C
adjust
D
tend
E
exploit
Soru 2

Today, many Americans see the ---- against terrorism as an example of the US standing up for what is right in the world.

A
desire
B
delivery
C
loyalty
D
drive
E
fight
Soru 3

Although print media readership ---- in the last few decades, many ---- a newspaper every day or a newsmagazine on a regular basis.

A
decline / are reading
B
declined / will read
C
has declined / read
D
was declining / were reading
E
had declined / would have read
Soru 4

---- crying is an infant's only way of communication, it is not limited to one monotone sound.

A
If
B
Once
C
Because
D
When
E
Although
Soru 5

It was claimed that 500,000 people went to the Women's March last January. (1) ----, there was a disagreement over this number. A digital services company (2) ---- that there were 440,000 marchers. Yet, it is known that it was the biggest US protest since the Vietnam War protests. The New York Times said the Women's March was (3) ---- bigger than President Donald Trump's inauguration.The Women's March was a also global protest for women's rights. Five million people (4) ---- marches around the world. Marchers focused (5) ---- immigration, healthcare, the environment, racial equality, freedom of religion and workers' rights.

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

A
Therefore
B
Thus
C
However
D
In addition
E
Otherwise
Soru 6

It was claimed that 500,000 people went to the Women's March last January. (1) ----, there was a disagreement over this number. A digital services company (2) ---- that there were 440,000 marchers. Yet, it is known that it was the biggest US protest since the Vietnam War protests. The New York Times said the Women's March was (3) ---- bigger than President Donald Trump's inauguration.The Women's March was a also global protest for women's rights. Five million people (4) ---- marches around the world. Marchers focused (5) ---- immigration, healthcare, the environment, racial equality, freedom of religion and workers' rights.

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

A
improved
B
estimated
C
increased
D
pretended
E
published
Soru 7

It was claimed that 500,000 people went to the Women's March last January. (1) ----, there was a disagreement over this number. A digital services company (2) ---- that there were 440,000 marchers. Yet, it is known that it was the biggest US protest since the Vietnam War protests. The New York Times said the Women's March was (3) ---- bigger than President Donald Trump's inauguration.The Women's March was a also global protest for women's rights. Five million people (4) ---- marches around the world. Marchers focused (5) ---- immigration, healthcare, the environment, racial equality, freedom of religion and workers' rights.

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

A
far
B
so
C
more
D
by far
E
very
Soru 8

It was claimed that 500,000 people went to the Women's March last January. (1) ----, there was a disagreement over this number. A digital services company (2) ---- that there were 440,000 marchers. Yet, it is known that it was the biggest US protest since the Vietnam War protests. The New York Times said the Women's March was (3) ---- bigger than President Donald Trump's inauguration.The Women's March was a also global protest for women's rights. Five million people (4) ---- marches around the world. Marchers focused (5) ---- immigration, healthcare, the environment, racial equality, freedom of religion and workers' rights.

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

A
had joined
B
will join
C
joins
D
must join
E
joined
Soru 9

It was claimed that 500,000 people went to the Women's March last January. (1) ----, there was a disagreement over this number. A digital services company (2) ---- that there were 440,000 marchers. Yet, it is known that it was the biggest US protest since the Vietnam War protests. The New York Times said the Women's March was (3) ---- bigger than President Donald Trump's inauguration.The Women's March was a also global protest for women's rights. Five million people (4) ---- marches around the world. Marchers focused (5) ---- immigration, healthcare, the environment, racial equality, freedom of religion and workers' rights.

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

A
about
B
on
C
into
D
to
E
for
Soru 10

Hong Kong must preserve the global essence of its legal system----.

A
just in case the local party becomes legal or reorganized
B
ever since the mainland communists worked hard to influence foreign investors
C
whose rivals will vote her down by a solid majority
D
if it is to remain as an international city
E
after spending years trying to promote a local Hong Kong party leadership
Soru 11

When the Great War broke out in 1914, ----.

A
poverty ended all across the world, particularly in Europe
B
that greatly contributed to the prosperity of the nations that joined the war
C
agricultural production plummetted due to lack of labour force which was employed for the war
D
the stock market has collapsed owing to the fact that Britain decided to attack
E
the rich would never forget donating to charities in those days
Soru 12

As a result of the long debate among the delegates, the chairman was forced to resign.

A
Delegeler arasındaki uzun tartışma neticesinde, başkan istifa etmek zorunda kaldı.
B
Başkan, delegeler arasında çıkan tartışmadan sonra istifa etti
C
Delegeler arasındaki tartışma o kadar uzun sürdü ki başkan istifa etmeye mecbur kaldı
D
Başkan, delegeler arasındaki uzun tartışmadan sonra istifa etmek zorunda kaldı
E
Delegeler arasındaki uzun tartışma başkanın istifa etmesine sebep oldu
Soru 13

Restrictions on Iran's nuclear program should not be lifted for as long as Iran continues its aggression in the region and in the world

A
İran’ın nükleer programı üzerindeki kısıtlamalar kaldırılmamasına rağmen İran bölgedeki ve dünyadaki saldırganlığına devam etmektedir
B
İran, bölgedeki ve dünyadaki saldırganlığına devam ettiği için İran’ın nükleer programı üzerindeki kısıtlamalar kaldırılmamalıdır
C
Bölgedeki ve dünyadaki saldırganlığına devam eden İran’ın nükleer programı üzerindeki kısıtlamaların kaldırılmaması tavsiye edilmektedir.
D
İran’ın nükleer programı üzerindeki kısıtlamalar kaldırılmadığı sürece İran bölgedeki ve dünyadaki saldırganlığına devam edecektir.
E
İran, bölgedeki ve dünyadaki saldırganlığına devam ettiği sürece İran’ın nükleer programı üzerindeki kısıtlamalar kaldırılmamalıdır.
Soru 14

Yeni antrenörle anlaşamadığı için, ünlü futbolcu takıma giremedi.

A
The new trainer left the famous football player with whom he couldn't get on out of the team
B
Failing to earn himself a position in the team, the famous football player had a row with the new trainer.
C
Because the famous football player failed to enter the team, he quarrelled with the new trainer
D
As he couldn't get on well with the new trainer, the famous football player failed to enter the team.
E
No famous football player that fails to get on well with the new trainer can enter the team.
Soru 15

Imagine a world where everybody told the complete and honest truth all the time. This would be humorous because it's so contrary to the world we live in. Can you assume telling someone you were breaking up with him because of his bad looks? Or admitting to your boss that you have read his private e-mails? We don't do that in a usual society. Instead, we create a different story that fits into our interests, either major or minor. We lie because it works, and because it has benefits. We avoid punishment by creating the best possible version of ourselves, and we lie so that we don't have to face the consequences of the real story. We are very experienced liars in that our story of doing so begins as we start speaking. Apart from that, scholars point out that lying is also tied in within the level of self-esteem. Once people feel that their self-esteem is threatened, they immediately begin to lie at higher levels, or otherwise. To some extent, we can be proud of our lies. Lying is considered a sign of intelligence and cognitive skill, because it takes some aptitude to recognize the way things are and then create and present an alternative to that reality. Thus, the next time you lie don’t get embarrassed as it is just part of the human nature.

  • The author implies that ----.
A
children are better liars than most adults
B
in an ordinary society, lying is both usual and present
C
we have to refrain from deception if we are to live in an honest society
D
we have to face the consequences and always tell the truth
E
someone who lies is no less intelligent than someone who does not
Soru 16

Imagine a world where everybody told the complete and honest truth all the time. This would be humorous because it's so contrary to the world we live in. Can you assume telling someone you were breaking up with him because of his bad looks? Or admitting to your boss that you have read his private e-mails? We don't do that in a usual society. Instead, we create a different story that fits into our interests, either major or minor. We lie because it works, and because it has benefits. We avoid punishment by creating the best possible version of ourselves, and we lie so that we don't have to face the consequences of the real story. We are very experienced liars in that our story of doing so begins as we start speaking. Apart from that, scholars point out that lying is also tied in within the level of self-esteem. Once people feel that their self-esteem is threatened, they immediately begin to lie at higher levels, or otherwise. To some extent, we can be proud of our lies. Lying is considered a sign of intelligence and cognitive skill, because it takes some aptitude to recognize the way things are and then create and present an alternative to that reality. Thus, the next time you lie don’t get embarrassed as it is just part of the human nature.

  • We are given the information in the passage that ----.
A
there are various reasons why we tend to tell a lie
B
people turn to lying when they are punished by their fellows
C
a good liar must be proud of himself as it indicates a high level of intelligence
D
the range of lying differs among certain age groups
E
there are both good and bad lies in one’s life
Soru 17

Imagine a world where everybody told the complete and honest truth all the time. This would be humorous because it's so contrary to the world we live in. Can you assume telling someone you were breaking up with him because of his bad looks? Or admitting to your boss that you have read his private e-mails? We don't do that in a usual society. Instead, we create a different story that fits into our interests, either major or minor. We lie because it works, and because it has benefits. We avoid punishment by creating the best possible version of ourselves, and we lie so that we don't have to face the consequences of the real story. We are very experienced liars in that our story of doing so begins as we start speaking. Apart from that, scholars point out that lying is also tied in within the level of self-esteem. Once people feel that their self-esteem is threatened, they immediately begin to lie at higher levels, or otherwise. To some extent, we can be proud of our lies. Lying is considered a sign of intelligence and cognitive skill, because it takes some aptitude to recognize the way things are and then create and present an alternative to that reality. Thus, the next time you lie don’t get embarrassed as it is just part of the human nature.

  • As it is clearly stated in the passage, the severity of the lie depends on --------.
A
our-self esteem and what the truth will cost us
B
how much we are mocked by our fellows
C
the age of the person we are trying to mislead
D
what other people expect us to perform for them
E
whether we are dealing with a relative, a friend or a foreigner
Soru 18

Writing letters or messages were much more common in the past than they are now. There were no cell phones, no internet or computers. ----. Unlike these means of communication, today’s technology allows us to get in touch with each other after a few clicks.

A
It was impossible to broadcast radio waves to more then 50 kilometres away
B
The development of electronic devices took place mostly after the invention of the transistor
C
So, people had to rely on pen and paper really frequently then
D
People definitely relied more on social activities such as sightseeing instead of staring at computer screens
E
Travelling from country to country took a lot of time without planes
Soru 19

As an agent of identity, Hadrian's Wall served multiple parties over time. For many, it is viewed as a physical reminder of Britain’s Roman heritage. ---- The Scottish view of the Wall, on the other hand, held it as a symbol of courage of the ancient Scots who resisted and opposed the imperial aims of Britain/Rome.

A
it hadn’t been for this catastrophic war, Hadrian’s Wall would have never been built
B
For the British, the wall implied that the British Empire had inherited the imperialist rights held by the Romans
C
Everybody believes the Great Wall of China is the longest and the most magnificent
D
The Scottish never admitted to having participated in the construction of this wall.
E
Experts have yet to prove this connection between the Romans and Scots.
Soru 20

(I) 1984 is a political novel written by George Orwell with the purpose of warning readers in the West of the dangers of totalitarian government. (II) George Orwell designed this novel to warn Western nations which were still unsure about how to approach the rise of communism and totalitarian governments in Spain and Russia. (III) In 1949, when the Cold War had not yet escalated, many American intellectuals supported communism. (IV) Orwell was deeply disturbed by the widespread cruelties and oppressions he observed in these communist countries. (V) He was also particularly concerned by the role of technology in enabling oppressive governments to monitor and control their citizens.

A
III
B
IV
C
I
D
II
E
V
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