Yökdil Sosyal Bilimleri 2018 Çıkmış Sorular Çöz (Part 3) – Yökdil Cloze Test Soruları Çöz

Yökdil Sosyal Bilimleri 2018 Çıkmış Sorular Çöz (Part 3) - Yökdil Cloze Test Soruları Çöz

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Yanıtlarınız aşağıdaki gibidir.
Soru 1

In the late 4th millennium B.C. the valley and delta of the River Nile ---1--- into the twin kingdoms of Upper and Lower Egypt. ---2--- the next 3,000 years, Egypt was ruled by thirty-two dynasties of kings. One title for an Egyptian king was Pharaoh (meaning ‘Great House’), and so this great span of time is often known ---3--- the Pharaonic Period. For much of the 3rd and 2nd millennia B.C., Egypt was the ---4--- and the most powerful nation in the Ancient Near East. Even after Egypt lost its political ---5--- in the late 1st millennium B.C., its culture and religion survived to influence those of Greece and Rome.

(1) numaralı boşluğa uygun ifadeyi getiriniz.

A
form
B
were formed
C
have formed
D
forming
E
are being formed
Soru 2

In the late 4th millennium B.C. the valley and delta of the River Nile ---1--- into the twin kingdoms of Upper and Lower Egypt. ---2--- the next 3,000 years, Egypt was ruled by thirty-two dynasties of kings. One title for an Egyptian king was Pharaoh (meaning ‘Great House’), and so this great span of time is often known ---3--- the Pharaonic Period. For much of the 3rd and 2nd millennia B.C., Egypt was the ---4--- and the most powerful nation in the Ancient Near East. Even after Egypt lost its political ---5--- in the late 1st millennium B.C., its culture and religion survived to influence those of Greece and Rome.

(2) numaralı boşluğa uygun ifadeyi getiriniz.

A
Since
B
Over
C
Between
D
Off
E
With
Soru 3

In the late 4th millennium B.C. the valley and delta of the River Nile ---1--- into the twin kingdoms of Upper and Lower Egypt. ---2--- the next 3,000 years, Egypt was ruled by thirty-two dynasties of kings. One title for an Egyptian king was Pharaoh (meaning ‘Great House’), and so this great span of time is often known ---3--- the Pharaonic Period. For much of the 3rd and 2nd millennia B.C., Egypt was the ---4--- and the most powerful nation in the Ancient Near East. Even after Egypt lost its political ---5--- in the late 1st millennium B.C., its culture and religion survived to influence those of Greece and Rome.

(3) numaralı boşluğa uygun ifadeyi getiriniz.

A
since
B
though
C
such as
D
as
E
so
Soru 4

In the late 4th millennium B.C. the valley and delta of the River Nile ---1--- into the twin kingdoms of Upper and Lower Egypt. ---2--- the next 3,000 years, Egypt was ruled by thirty-two dynasties of kings. One title for an Egyptian king was Pharaoh (meaning ‘Great House’), and so this great span of time is often known ---3--- the Pharaonic Period. For much of the 3rd and 2nd millennia B.C., Egypt was the ---4--- and the most powerful nation in the Ancient Near East. Even after Egypt lost its political ---5--- in the late 1st millennium B.C., its culture and religion survived to influence those of Greece and Rome.

(4) numaralı boşluğa uygun ifadeyi getiriniz.

A
wealthier
B
as wealthy as
C
wealthier than
D
wealthy
E
wealthiest
Soru 5

In the late 4th millennium B.C. the valley and delta of the River Nile ---1--- into the twin kingdoms of Upper and Lower Egypt. ---2--- the next 3,000 years, Egypt was ruled by thirty-two dynasties of kings. One title for an Egyptian king was Pharaoh (meaning ‘Great House’), and so this great span of time is often known ---3--- the Pharaonic Period. For much of the 3rd and 2nd millennia B.C., Egypt was the ---4--- and the most powerful nation in the Ancient Near East. Even after Egypt lost its political ---5--- in the late 1st millennium B.C., its culture and religion survived to influence those of Greece and Rome.

(5) numaralı boşluğa uygun ifadeyi getiriniz.

A
power
B
knowledge
C
destruction
D
mobility
E
weakness
Soru 6

The idea of human rights has grown ---6--- in influence since the United Nations endorsed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948. However, the concept itself can be traced back much further, to the idea of natural rights ---7--- played a central role in the earlier stages of liberal political philosophy. John Locke, ---8---, claimed that all men had natural rights to life, liberty, and property. The Universal Declaration’s list of rights is ---9--- more extensive. Besides rights that directly protect liberty, it also includes others ---10--- effect is to provide people with access to material benefits, such as the right to work, the right to an adequate standard of living, and the right to education

(6) numaralı boşluğa uygun ifadeyi getiriniz.

A
decreasingly
B
adversely
C
severely
D
mutually
E
steadily
Soru 7

The idea of human rights has grown ---6--- in influence since the United Nations endorsed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948. However, the concept itself can be traced back much further, to the idea of natural rights ---7--- played a central role in the earlier stages of liberal political philosophy. John Locke, ---8---, claimed that all men had natural rights to life, liberty, and property. The Universal Declaration’s list of rights is ---9--- more extensive. Besides rights that directly protect liberty, it also includes others ---10--- effect is to provide people with access to material benefits, such as the right to work, the right to an adequate standard of living, and the right to education

(7) numaralı boşluğa uygun ifadeyi getiriniz.

A
in which
B
who
C
what
D
whether
E
that
Soru 8

The idea of human rights has grown ---6--- in influence since the United Nations endorsed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948. However, the concept itself can be traced back much further, to the idea of natural rights ---7--- played a central role in the earlier stages of liberal political philosophy. John Locke, ---8---, claimed that all men had natural rights to life, liberty, and property. The Universal Declaration’s list of rights is ---9--- more extensive. Besides rights that directly protect liberty, it also includes others ---10--- effect is to provide people with access to material benefits, such as the right to work, the right to an adequate standard of living, and the right to education

(8) numaralı boşluğa uygun ifadeyi getiriniz.

A
otherwise
B
even though
C
for instance
D
however
E
in other words
Soru 9

The idea of human rights has grown ---6--- in influence since the United Nations endorsed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948. However, the concept itself can be traced back much further, to the idea of natural rights ---7--- played a central role in the earlier stages of liberal political philosophy. John Locke, ---8---, claimed that all men had natural rights to life, liberty, and property. The Universal Declaration’s list of rights is ---9--- more extensive. Besides rights that directly protect liberty, it also includes others ---10--- effect is to provide people with access to material benefits, such as the right to work, the right to an adequate standard of living, and the right to education

(9) numaralı boşluğa uygun ifadeyi getiriniz.

A
any
B
none
C
much
D
few
E
many
Soru 10

The idea of human rights has grown ---6--- in influence since the United Nations endorsed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948. However, the concept itself can be traced back much further, to the idea of natural rights ---7--- played a central role in the earlier stages of liberal political philosophy. John Locke, ---8---, claimed that all men had natural rights to life, liberty, and property. The Universal Declaration’s list of rights is ---9--- more extensive. Besides rights that directly protect liberty, it also includes others ---10--- effect is to provide people with access to material benefits, such as the right to work, the right to an adequate standard of living, and the right to education

(10) numaralı boşluğa uygun ifadeyi getiriniz.

A
when
B
how
C
what
D
whose
E
where
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