YÖKDİL Sosyal Bilimleri Testleri Çöz 11

YÖKDİL Sosyal Bilimleri Testleri Çöz 11

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Soru 1

A hundred years ago, some scientists claimed that (1)---- studying a person’s face they could assess his or her mental ability and personal traits. While this practice (2)---- , scientists today believe that physiognomy – the study of the face and facialexpressions can provide clues to understanding social relationships. The face, (3)---- , is the most distinctive feature of the human body, uniquely functioning as (4)---- an identity marker and a communication method. The human brain is (5)---- suited to recognizing faces and facial expressions, even if it cannot always connect names and personal details to those faces

(1) numaralı boşluğa uygun ifadeyi seçiniz.
A
in
B
by
C
at
D
over
E
with
Soru 2

A hundred years ago, some scientists claimed that (1)---- studying a person’s face they could assess his or her mental ability and personal traits. While this practice (2)---- , scientists today believe that physiognomy – the study of the face and facialexpressions can provide clues to understanding social relationships. The face, (3)---- , is the most distinctive feature of the human body, uniquely functioning as (4)---- an identity marker and a communication method. The human brain is (5)---- suited to recognizing faces and facial expressions, even if it cannot always connect names and personal details to those faces

(2) numaralı boşluğa uygun ifadeyi seçiniz.
A
could have been discredited
B
will be discredited
C
should be discredited
D
had been discredited
E
has been discredited
Soru 3

A hundred years ago, some scientists claimed that (1)---- studying a person’s face they could assess his or her mental ability and personal traits. While this practice (2)---- , scientists today believe that physiognomy – the study of the face and facialexpressions can provide clues to understanding social relationships. The face, (3)---- , is the most distinctive feature of the human body, uniquely functioning as (4)---- an identity marker and a communication method. The human brain is (5)---- suited to recognizing faces and facial expressions, even if it cannot always connect names and personal details to those faces

(3) numaralı boşluğa uygun ifadeyi seçiniz.
A
as a result
B
otherwise
C
in conclusion
D
after all
E
for example
Soru 4

A hundred years ago, some scientists claimed that (1)---- studying a person’s face they could assess his or her mental ability and personal traits. While this practice (2)---- , scientists today believe that physiognomy – the study of the face and facialexpressions can provide clues to understanding social relationships. The face, (3)---- , is the most distinctive feature of the human body, uniquely functioning as (4)---- an identity marker and a communication method. The human brain is (5)---- suited to recognizing faces and facial expressions, even if it cannot always connect names and personal details to those faces

(4) numaralı boşluğa uygun ifadeyi seçiniz.
A
more
B
also
C
both
D
either
E
such
Soru 5

A hundred years ago, some scientists claimed that (1)---- studying a person’s face they could assess his or her mental ability and personal traits. While this practice (2)---- , scientists today believe that physiognomy – the study of the face and facialexpressions can provide clues to understanding social relationships. The face, (3)---- , is the most distinctive feature of the human body, uniquely functioning as (4)---- an identity marker and a communication method. The human brain is (5)---- suited to recognizing faces and facial expressions, even if it cannot always connect names and personal details to those faces

(5) numaralı boşluğa uygun ifadeyi seçiniz.
A
redundantly
B
vaguely
C
particularly
D
recklessly
E
gradually
Soru 6

Although it was once thought of as a luxury food, ----.

A
more people consume chocolate in the winter than in other seasons
B
today chocolate is consumed by everybody since it has become much cheaper
C
the basic cause of tooth decay is the excessive consumption of chocolate
D
the presence of caffeine in cocoa powder gave chocolate a mildly stimulating action
E
steadily rising prices have resulted in increased chocolate production
Soru 7

When the plants are in flower, and you want to show them off at their best, ----.

A
remove all the flowers by pulling them o
B
clean their leaves and trim off the brown tips with sharp scissors
C
fertilizers are most useful to help a plant bloom
D
they need more air circulation and daylight
E
be sure to protect your furniture by placing the plant pots on waterproof pads
Soru 8

Even though it was established in 1893 to display items from the World’s Columbia Exposition, ----.

A
visitors and residents alike can take advantage of the live performances in the Royal Palace Gardens
B
printing, publishing, food processing and medical products help fuel the city’s economy
C
the offcial website has a section with information about local attractions and ethnic neighbourhoods
D
the Field Museum has now become home to “Sue”, the most complete and best preserved dinosaur skeleton in the world
E
the Globe Theatre will have become the only building of culture and entertainment in the city
Soru 9

Despite the fact that short-term interest rates have marched steadily upward since the early 2000s, ----.

A
they are still negative in real terms
B
the cost of a tank of petrol would have fallen dramatically
C
America’s overall inflation hit 4.7% in recent years
D
the result will be a sharp slowdown in consumer spending
E
Americans have been able to borrow more and save even less
Soru 10

Psychological research has made it clear in recent years ----.

A
that to build hopes which cannot be realized is a sure way of creating frustration
B
when each person will have been influenced by the cultural realities
C
if the goals of a whole generation of people were allowed to exceed their reach
D
whether collective social goals would have been reasonable
E
to what degree the expectations of people will have been realized
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