YÖKDİL Sosyal Bilimleri Testleri Çöz 12

YÖKDİL Sosyal Bilimleri Testleri Çöz 12

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Soru 1

It is asserted that human well-being can only be advanced ----.

A
no matter how threatening some of the new technologies may be
B
if there is an unrestrict ed play of free intelligence upon all problems
C
as soon as governments exercised their just powers with the consent of the governed
D
as if people had to be the architects of their own destiny
E
before anyone even thought of building a better world
Soru 2

Puberty is probably the period of greatest resistance to adult authority ----

A
in order to establish a teacher-student relationship which provides security
B
despite the fact that sensible rules for harmonious family living were helpful
C
because this brings slight modidications in the daily routine
D
during which doctors felt that physical growth did not retard mental growth
E
since, with some boys and girls, it takes the form of actual rebellion
Soru 3

Pre-school programmes are an illustration of a carefully developed curriculum ----.

A
which is based on the interests and needs of young children
B
if children experience a growing urge to take part in adult discussions
C
that aims to recognize symptoms of old-age fatigue and to plan a balanced programme of activity
D
until children display substantial intellectual curiosity
E
since they could have offered helpful advice to parents
Soru 4

The game of golf, which is thought to have originated in the 15 th century, has today become popular all over the world mostly as a means of socializing and prestige

A
Öncelikle sosyalle şmek ve prestij elde etmek için dünyan n her yerinde oynanan golf oyununun, 15. yüzyılda ortaya çıktığı zannedilmektedir.
B
Bugün tüm dünyada, tamamen sosyalleşme ve prestij için oynanan golf oyununun, 15. yüzyılda ortaya çıktığı düşünülmektedir.
C
Golf oyununun, 15. yüzy lda ba şlad ğ ve bugün tüm dünyada genellikle sosyalle şmek ve prestij kazanmak için oynandığı düşünülmektedir.
D
15. yüzy lda oynanmaya ba şland ğ düşünülen golf oyunu, özellikle sosyalleşme ve prestij sağladığı için bugün dünyanın her tarafında tan ınmaktadır.
E
15. yüzy lda ortaya çıkmış olduğu düşünülen golf oyunu, çoğu kez sosyalleşme ve prestij araç olarak bugün bütün dünyada yaygınlık kazanmıştır
Soru 5

Columbus’ arrival in the New World in 1492 was a disaster for the natives. ---- With no resistance to new germs, tribes rapidly were exposed to unfamiliar illnesses after their rst brief contact with Europeans. In many cases, the number of the natives was vastly reduced without anyone even ring a shot. Where the tribes developed a closer relationship with the new arrivals, they were frequently tr icked, tormented, and massacred by their visitors.

A
Known as Indians, they were good at mixing herbs to make natural medicines.
B
They had natural immunity against most of the diseases
C
They were most adversely affected by the Europeans.
D
The Indian tribes became prominent in the story of North America as the Europeans spread westwards.
E
The colonists, consisting mainly of soldiers and traders, established an easy relationship with Indian tribes.
Soru 6

From its humble origins in Africa, coee has become the second most heavily traded commodity in the world. It is planted in more than 10 million hectares spread over fifty countries, where more than 100 million people depend on it for their livelihoods. Even though there are more than 100 species of coffee, only coffea arabica and coffea canephora are commercially traded. ----

A
Coffee production is an ancient industry with an enormous amount of scientific research behind it.
B
It is commonly held that coffee from various regions has distinctive flavours
C
Cofee gives many people some much-needed stimulation to get going every morning.
D
Yet, within these two species, there are numerous kinds that are said to provide different flavours and qualities.
E
The coffee plant can grow to a tree that is as much as 5 metres tall.
Soru 7

In democratic societies, everybody should have the right to express and advocate his own views, ----.

A
in order that people become insensitive to violations of the law
B
regardless of how unpopular they may be
C
so that the good life was made equally available to all persons
D
while they are few in number
E
since nowhere is courage better demonstrated than in a crisis situation
Soru 8

Intercultural communication in its most basic form refers to an academic eld of study and research. It seeks to unders tand how people from dierent countries and cultures behave, communicate, and perceive the world around them. The theories developed by the researchers and academics can be and have been applied to many fields. ---- Many multinational companies need to know how best to structure themselves, manage sta and communicate with customers. Intercultural communication gives them an insight into the areas they need to address or understand.

A
The issue of diversity is now a matter of importance following changes in employment laws.
B
Demands for intercultural communication skills are increasing as more and more businesses go global or international.
C
Working in a company brings to the surface many issues in terms of formal writing styles, business procedures and the like.
D
There are many respectable researchers and academics within the intercultural eld, who naturally all have different denitions of “intercultural communication”.
E
The leaders of today’s organizations and businesses need to continually assess their nancial budgets and make necessary adjustments
Soru 9

Legal translations are one of the trickiest translations known. A legal translation will always need specialist attention, for law is culture-dependent and requires a translator with an excellent understanding of both the source and target cultures. ---- This is because there is no real margin for error; the mistranslation of a passage in a contract could, for example, have disastrous consequences. Therefore, the target text is to be read by so meone who is familiar with another legal system and its language.

A
Some go as far as to say that legal translations are not really possible
B
Due to the continuing ev olution of the translation industry, there are now certain terms used to define specialist translations.
C
A common misconception is that anyone who can speak a second language will make a good translator of legal texts.
D
Technical translations are usually more expensive than general translations as they contain a high amount of terminology
E
Most translation agencies would always use a legal professional to undertake such work.
Soru 10

Facts and ideas brought in by total outsiders will tend to be rejected ----.

A
when there is no reason to believe that this is a universal principle
B
because groups generally pursue their own reasoning
C
on condition that they lacked the time to acquire the discipline and form proper relationships
D
as individuals should be manipulated much in the same fashion as material things
E
as long as there are some values common to the conflicting parties
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