YÖKDİL Sosyal Bilimleri Testleri Çöz 6

YÖKDİL Sosyal Bilimleri Testleri Çöz 6

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Soru 1

(I) According to ancient Egyptian beliefs, having a well-preserved dead body was very important in order to ensure a blissful afterlife. (II) For this reason, one of the most elaborate burial customs that was practised by the Egyptians was the act of mummication; that is, the preservation of a dead body by using several substances. (III) After a few preliminary steps, the bod y would be thoroughly dried out by the heat of the s and which eliminated all fungi and bacteria from the body, thus making it immune to decay. (IV) Grave robbery has been very popular, because the dead were buried along with many valuable items. (V) However, it was reserved for the richest and most powerful in Egyptian society for the process was long and expensive.

A
V
B
III
C
I
D
IV
E
II
Soru 2

Several EU member states enjoy long-standing political and economic links with Latin America. In fact, it was in the 1960s and 1970s that the EU rst began expanding its ties to the region through a series of diplomatic initiatives and agreements aimed at promoting democracy, addressing development issues, and boosting trade and investment. Moreover, the EU actively worked for peace in the troubled Central American region in the 1980s. In the meantime, the accession in 1986 of Spain and Portugal to the EU further strengthened region-toregion ties. EU engagement in Latin America increased during the 1990s as a formal political dialogue was put in place to advance issues of common interest, including how the EU and Latin America together can act in concert with other nations and international organizations to address global issues and challenges.

 According to the passage, the EU’s relations with Latin America ----.

A
have caused much concern to other nations and international organizations which had already established protable trade links with Latin America
B
have followed a pattern of increasing cooperation between the two regions since the 1960s and 1970s
C
could develop fruitfully only after Spain and Portugal joined the EU and began to establish links with various Latin American countries
D
have developed so fast that a number of issues concerning the two regions can now be much easily resolved
E
reached their most productive and mutually satisfactory stage before Spain and Portugal became EU members
Soru 3

Several EU member states enjoy long-standing political and economic links with Latin America. In fact, it was in the 1960s and 1970s that the EU rst began expanding its ties to the region through a series of diplomatic initiatives and agreements aimed at promoting democracy, addressing development issues, and boosting trade and investment. Moreover, the EU actively worked for peace in the troubled Central American region in the 1980s. In the meantime, the accession in 1986 of Spain and Portugal to the EU further strengthened region-toregion ties. EU engagement in Latin America increased during the 1990s as a formal political dialogue was put in place to advance issues of common interest, including how the EU and Latin America together can act in concert with other nations and international organizations to address global issues and challenges.

 It is clearly emphasized in the passage that one of the EU’s primary aims in establishing ties with Latin America was to ----.

A
expand its diplomatic activities in each country of the region
B
contribute to the development of democracy in the region
C
encourage Latin American investors to play a major role in the European economy
D
promote peace and security throughout the region
E
have the support of the Latin American countries in dealing with other nations
Soru 4

Several EU member states enjoy long-standing political and economic links with Latin America. In fact, it was in the 1960s and 1970s that the EU rst began expanding its ties to the region through a series of diplomatic initiatives and agreements aimed at promoting democracy, addressing development issues, and boosting trade and investment. Moreover, the EU actively worked for peace in the troubled Central American region in the 1980s. In the meantime, the accession in 1986 of Spain and Portugal to the EU further strengthened region-toregion ties. EU engagement in Latin America increased during the 1990s as a formal political dialogue was put in place to advance issues of common interest, including how the EU and Latin America together can act in concert with other nations and international organizations to address global issues and challenges.

In the passage, attention is drawn to the fact that ----.

A
the Latin American countries would face serious diculties in their relations with other nations if they did not cooperate with the EU
B
a formal political dialogue between the EU and Latin America would in fact have been developed well before the EU membership of Spain and Portugal
C
the growth of trade be tween the EU states and the Latin American countries reached a record level in the 1980s
D
the EU plays a constructive part in the development of trade between Latin America and other countries in the world
E
the political and economic ties between Latin America and a number of EU member states have a long historical past
Soru 5

Several EU member states enjoy long-standing political and economic links with Latin America. In fact, it was in the 1960s and 1970s that the EU rst began expanding its ties to the region through a series of diplomatic initiatives and agreements aimed at promoting democracy, addressing development issues, and boosting trade and investment. Moreover, the EU actively worked for peace in the troubled Central American region in the 1980s. In the meantime, the accession in 1986 of Spain and Portugal to the EU further strengthened region-toregion ties. EU engagement in Latin America increased during the 1990s as a formal political dialogue was put in place to advance issues of common interest, including how the EU and Latin America together can act in concert with other nations and international organizations to address global issues and challenges.

In the passage, the author describes ---- ----.

A
in what ways the EU member states benefited from their political and economic links with Latin America
B
the global issues and challenges that immediately concerned the EU states and the Latin American countries
C
why the Latin American countries needed the support of the EU in order to solve their regional problems
D
how the relations between the EU and Latin America have developed over several decades
E
to what extent the Latin American economy was improved through EU investments
Soru 6

For the past 300 years, musicians and scientists have puzzled over the unparalleled quality of classical Cremonese violins made by the Italian master Antonio Stradivari. These classical violins have become the benchmark against which the sound of all other violins is compared. There are many theories as to the “secret” of Stradivarius violins. What was obviously rst explored was the exact size of the violins and ratio of the parts to each other. Although instrument makers have disassembled their violins, calibrated every dimension of the pieces to within the hundredth of an inch, and replicated the measurements perfectly in new instruments, they have failed to duplicate the Stradivarius magic. It is also well-known that the density of the material through which a sound propagates influences signicantly the vibration eciency of the material, therefore the tonal qualities of the instrument. It is also a widely held belief that Stradivari’s well-guarded va rnish formula was not just a protective coating of the instrument, but actually the most important secret to his violins.

 It is stressed in the passage that ----.

A
the high quality of Stradivarius violins has only been successfully copied after 300 years
B
the basic reason for the Stradivarius quality was the density of the material used
C
what actually makes Stradivarius violins unique is still a mystery
D
the real secret to Stradivarius violins has later been revealed to be the varnish formula
E
if contemporary instrument makers were able to duplicate the exact ratio of the Stradivarius violin, they would produce its equal in the quality of sound
Soru 7

For the past 300 years, musicians and scientists have puzzled over the unparalleled quality of classical Cremonese violins made by the Italian master Antonio Stradivari. These classical violins have become the benchmark against which the sound of all other violins is compared. There are many theories as to the “secret” of Stradivarius violins. What was obviously rst explored was the exact size of the violins and ratio of the parts to each other. Although instrument makers have disassembled their violins, calibrated every dimension of the pieces to within the hundredth of an inch, and replicated the measurements perfectly in new instruments, they have failed to duplicate the Stradivarius magic. It is also well-known that the density of the material through which a sound propagates influences signicantly the vibration eciency of the material, therefore the tonal qualities of the instrument. It is also a widely held belief that Stradivari’s well-guarded va rnish formula was not just a protective coating of the instrument, but actually the most important secret to his violins.

 We understand from the passage that ----.

A
the exact size of Stradivarius violins was reproduced only after 300 years
B
Antonio Stradivari failed to achieve the quality of classical Cremonese violins
C
it has been a professional challenge to understand the nature of Stradivarius violins
D
some violin makers have claimed to have discovered the “secret” of Stradivarius violins
E
Antonio Stradivari was distinguished as a skillful violin player
Soru 8

For the past 300 years, musicians and scientists have puzzled over the unparalleled quality of classical Cremonese violins made by the Italian master Antonio Stradivari. These classical violins have become the benchmark against which the sound of all other violins is compared. There are many theories as to the “secret” of Stradivarius violins. What was obviously rst explored was the exact size of the violins and ratio of the parts to each other. Although instrument makers have disassembled their violins, calibrated every dimension of the pieces to within the hundredth of an inch, and replicated the measurements perfectly in new instruments, they have failed to duplicate the Stradivarius magic. It is also well-known that the density of the material through which a sound propagates influences signicantly the vibration eciency of the material, therefore the tonal qualities of the instrument. It is also a widely held belief that Stradivari’s well-guarded va rnish formula was not just a protective coating of the instrument, but actually the most important secret to his violins.

 It is clearly pointed out in the passage that the quality of Stradivarius violins ----.

A
is by no means a standard one
B
has only been equalled in very recent times
C
is rarely appreciated except by those who play a violin
D
is a criterion by which the quality of sound of all violins is measured
E
has been measured according to the standards specified almost 300 years ago
Soru 9

For the past 300 years, musicians and scientists have puzzled over the unparalleled quality of classical Cremonese violins made by the Italian master Antonio Stradivari. These classical violins have become the benchmark against which the sound of all other violins is compared. There are many theories as to the “secret” of Stradivarius violins. What was obviously rst explored was the exact size of the violins and ratio of the parts to each other. Although instrument makers have disassembled their violins, calibrated every dimension of the pieces to within the hundredth of an inch, and replicated the measurements perfectly in new instruments, they have failed to duplicate the Stradivarius magic. It is also well-known that the density of the material through which a sound propagates influences signicantly the vibration eciency of the material, therefore the tonal qualities of the instrument. It is also a widely held belief that Stradivari’s well-guarded va rnish formula was not just a protective coating of the instrument, but actually the most important secret to his violins.

 According to the passage, there is a close relationship between ----.

A
Cremonese violins and all other violins
B
the density of the material of a violin and the tonal quality
C
the protective coating of a violin and the vibration effciency
D
the exact size of the violin and the instrument maker
E
the value of a Stradivarius violin and the material it is made of
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