YÖKDİL Sosyal Bilimleri Testleri Çöz 5
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Kevin: - Did you pass your nal exams last semester?
Richard: - Yes, just barely. I was sure I had failed at least in two of them.
Kevin: - ----
Richard: - Actually, I was hanging ou t at my friends’. If I had failed, I would have deserved it.
If you had studied harder, you would have passed them.
But you stayed up so late studying throughout the week, didn’t you?
So you will have to repeat these courses next semester
Do you mean that the questions were hard?
I knew you would get the highest grades. Congratulations!
Lisa: - Maria is back from Austria, and she says she’s been overcome by the glitter of the famous Austrian crystals.
Sally: - They are specially designed in order to maximize refraction, that is, the bending of light.
Lisa: - How is this done?
Sally: - ---- It constitutes 32% of the product.
With the help of additional lead.
Well, some crystals radiate a rainbow spectrum through refraction.
Producing different couture and home décor items
Crystal jewellery is perhaps the most exclusive item made out of Austrian crystals.
Coatings are applied in different ways to the Austrian crystals.
One great achievement of Greek literature is Herodotus’ writing of history. No one before him had consciously attempted to write about the past. ---- The saga which inspired him to undertake anything so new and so dicult was the one which had overshadowed his own childhood and youth the clash between the Greeks and the Persians.
Because of this, he wrote his Histories in the Ionian dialect.
As a result, he became a major source of inspiration for poets and story-tellers.
That is why the earliest Greek philosophers were concerned chiefly with what we would call “science”
This is the reason why he is rightly known as “the father of history”.
For this reason, Herodotus himself reported dubious information if it was interesting, sometimes adding his own opinion about its reliability.
(I) Ideas or statements t hat may be false or exaggerated and that are used in order to gain support for a political leader, party, etc. are referred to as “propaganda”. (II) Propagandists emphasize the elements of information that support their position and de-emphasize or exclude those that do not. (III) In Germany, the Nazis censored information in the 1930s and incited hatre d against the non-Nazis. (IV) Misleading statements and even lies may be used to create the desired effect in the public. (V) Lobbying, advertising, and missionary activity are all forms of propaganda, but the term is most commonly used in the political arena.
Manager: - Bill, are you having a pr oblem getting here? I noticed that you signed in quite late three times last week.
Bill: - I’m so sorry, but I now li ve far from here, and the buses do not run frequently.
Manager: - ----
Bill: - I didn’t know I set a bad example. I’ll try to be in oce in time.
It may be so. Yet, y our coming late has an adverse effect on other staff members.
If you show up late again, you’ll have to stay overtime.
You know, I don’t want to hear excuses.
Other workers have always been quite understanding though.
Everybody appreciates the way I run this workplace
John: - Hello! I’m going to visit Buenos Aires. What’s the best way to get around the city for sightseeing?
Travel Agent: - The subway is a useful means of public transport to help you get about.
John: - ----
Travel Agent: - Well, it has a good coverage of most of the key tourist attractions, but you may have to change stations or lines.
Can I travel to any part of the city by it?
Is it cheaper to go by subway than by bus?
I have heard that the shuttle buses are usually very crowded.
Do you think it is safe to travel late at night?
From a central station to the museums downtown?
(I) According to the Chinese tradition, time has a cyclical movement that is divided over twelve periods, and each of these is represented by a zodiacal animal. (II) The belief in the zodiac sign means that you accept the fact that an individual born in the year of a particular animal has its traits. (III) Offcially, however, China has adopted the Gregorian calendar, which is in use throughout the country. (IV) The ancient philosophers observed each of the zodiac animals in its natural environment and drew the characteristics displayed by animals. (V) Then they drew a similitude between human nature and those characteristics that were found in the zodiac animals.
(I) Man has always taken a keen interest in oceanographic studies. (II) Apart from sh and coral, with their colours and lifestyles, seashells are like jewels in the multi-coloured world beneath the waves. (III) Besides the familiar ones, there are thousands more or less known shells whose beauty would astound us. (IV) Out of over 100,000 shell varieties, some were used as currenc y in former times because of their pleasing colours and elegance. (V) Nowadays they are mostly used as decoration in our homes.
(I) In the early 1880s, George Nagelmackers, a young Belgian railway enthusiast, following the example of George Mortimer Pullman in Britain, began building luxury railway carriages for travel across continental Europe. (II) In 1881, Nagelmackers introduced the rst restaurant car aboard a continental train. (III) On October 4, 1883, the rst Orient-Express train service was inaugurated. (IV) The legendary train was at its heyday in the 1920s and 1930s when royalty, celebrities, courtesans and spies intermingled as they travelled across Europe, enjoying the train service’s elaborate meals and ne wines. (V) The most famous of them was Agatha Christie’s novel Murder on the Orient Express , in which her detective Hercule Poirot investigated the murder of a passenger.
Maria: - What’s wrong with this raincoat? It’s on sale. You can buy it for your nephew’s birthday.
Susan: - It’s too long. It would drag on the ground if he wore it.
Maria: - ----
Susan: - Good idea! Besides, I can get it for any amount I want.
If you wait until the last minute, you can’t find anything, of course.
Yes, it would. Instead, I suggest you get him a gift card. Then he can buy whatever he wants.
Why don’t you try the electronics department? There is a variety of electronic games there.
You’d better give up looking for a gift. Give him some money instead.
If I were you, I would ask him what he really wants.
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