YÖKDİL Sosyal Bilimleri Testleri Çöz 8

YÖKDİL Sosyal Bilimleri Testleri Çöz 8

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Soru 1

Satellite images of the upper Amazon Basin in Brazil taken since 1999 have revealed hundreds of circles, squares, and other geometric shapes once hidden by the Amazon rain forests. They hint at a previously unknown ancient society that flourished in the Amazon. Now researchers estimate that nearly ten times as many such structures, of unknown purpose, may exist undetected under the Amazon forest cover. The discovery adds to evidence that the hinterlands of the Amazon once teemed wi th complex societies, which were largely wiped out by diseases brought to South America by European colonists in the 15 th and 16th centuries. Since these vanished societies had gone unrecorded, earlier research had suggested that soils in the upper Amazon were too poor to support the extensive agriculture needed for such large, permanent settlements. The researchers say “We found that this view is wrong, and there is a lot more to discover in these places”.

According to the passage, the new discovery ----

A
is too poor to become an evidence for the ancient Amazon society
B
has proved that the satellite pictures were misleading
C
has falsified the previous assumptions about the land
D
indicates the fact that the upper Amazon Basin was made of geometric shapes
E
has strengthened the already known facts about the upper Amazon Basin
Soru 2

Satellite images of the upper Amazon Basin in Brazil taken since 1999 have revealed hundreds of circles, squares, and other geometric shapes once hidden by the Amazon rain forests. They hint at a previously unknown ancient society that flourished in the Amazon. Now researchers estimate that nearly ten times as many such structures, of unknown purpose, may exist undetected under the Amazon forest cover. The discovery adds to evidence that the hinterlands of the Amazon once teemed wi th complex societies, which were largely wiped out by diseases brought to South America by European colonists in the 15 th and 16th centuries. Since these vanished societies had gone unrecorded, earlier research had suggested that soils in the upper Amazon were too poor to support the extensive agriculture needed for such large, permanent settlements. The researchers say “We found that this view is wrong, and there is a lot more to discover in these places”.

From the passage, we can infer that ----.

A
pictures taken by satellites can provide scientists with valuable new data
B
the ancient Amazon people lived in extreme isolation from the outer world
C
researchers can learn a lot from the written historical data relating to the region
D
there is no longer any reason to further investigate the upper Amazon Basin
E
the geometric shapes should not be taken too seriously
Soru 3

Satellite images of the upper Amazon Basin in Brazil taken since 1999 have revealed hundreds of circles, squares, and other geometric shapes once hidden by the Amazon rain forests. They hint at a previously unknown ancient society that flourished in the Amazon. Now researchers estimate that nearly ten times as many such structures, of unknown purpose, may exist undetected under the Amazon forest cover. The discovery adds to evidence that the hinterlands of the Amazon once teemed wi th complex societies, which were largely wiped out by diseases brought to South America by European colonists in the 15 th and 16th centuries. Since these vanished societies had gone unrecorded, earlier research had suggested that soils in the upper Amazon were too poor to support the extensive agriculture needed for such large, permanent settlements. The researchers say “We found that this view is wrong, and there is a lot more to discover in these places”.

As can be understood from the passage, the researchers now tend to think that ----.

A
the geometric shapes reveal something about the new industrial areas
B
the colonists helped the natives become civilized
C
the natives had no idea about agriculture
D
they have revealed almost everything about the region
E
the land might have once been inhabited densely
Soru 4

Following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, Americans understandably rallied around the flag. Having just suffered the deadliest attack ever on the US soil, a great majority of the people believed another attack was imminent. But Americans also had enormous faith the “Global War on Terror” would help keep them safe. Just one month after 9/11, for instance, 94 per cent of Am ericans fully approved of how the ght against terrorism was being handled. The United States then quickly went to war in Afghanistan, closing down a terrorist camp and capturing or killing a number of high-level al Qaeda operatives in the process. However, since 2001, terrorists have found their targets on almost every continent, with bombings in Bali, London, Madrid, Istanbul, and elsewhere. Now Americans appear less convinced that their country is winning the war on terror. In the face of persisting threats, including a growing number of terrorist attacks around the world, numerous reports show that Americans are losing faith in their government’s ability to wage the war successfully and to protect them from the terrorists’ next major attack.

 As pointed out in the passage, since terrorist attacks and threats have not ceased in the world, ----.

A
the United States has stepped up its operations in Afghanistan in order to capture the al Qaeda operatives
B
it is admitted by all the governments that the so-called “Global War on Terror” will last indefinitely
C
the American people hardly believe that the government will be able to win the war on terror
D
Americans are very concerned about the security and success of their forces in Afghanistan
E
the American government is convinced that some major cities in the country can be the targets of terrorist attacks
Soru 5

Following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, Americans understandably rallied around the flag. Having just suffered the deadliest attack ever on the US soil, a great majority of the people believed another attack was imminent. But Americans also had enormous faith the “Global War on Terror” would help keep them safe. Just one month after 9/11, for instance, 94 per cent of Am ericans fully approved of how the ght against terrorism was being handled. The United States then quickly went to war in Afghanistan, closing down a terrorist camp and capturing or killing a number of high-level al Qaeda operatives in the process. However, since 2001, terrorists have found their targets on almost every continent, with bombings in Bali, London, Madrid, Istanbul, and elsewhere. Now Americans appear less convinced that their country is winning the war on terror. In the face of persisting threats, including a growing number of terrorist attacks around the world, numerous reports show that Americans are losing faith in their government’s ability to wage the war successfully and to protect them from the terrorists’ next major attack.

 According to the passage, the 9/11 terrorist attacks ----

A
could have been prevented if the al Qaeda operatives had been captured in time
B
made the American people united as a nation and feel more patriotic
C
were part of a series of terrorist acts planned in advance by the al Qaeda leaders
D
convinced the al Qaed a operatives that the United States would be an easy target in the future
E
demonstrated the fact t hat the United States was more vulnerable to terrorism than any other country in the world
Soru 6

Following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, Americans understandably ra llied around the flag. Having just suffered the deadliest attack ever on the US soil, a great majority of the people believed another attack was imminent. But Americans also had enormous faith the “Global War on Terror” would help keep them safe. Just one month after 9/11, for instance, 94 per cent of Am ericans fully approved of how the ght against terrorism was being handled. The United States then quickly went to war in Afghanistan, closing down a terrorist camp and capturing or killing a number of high-level al Qaeda operatives in the process. However, since 2001, terrorists have found their targets on almost every continent, with bombings in Bali, London, Madrid, Istanbul, and elsewhere. Now Americans appear less convinced that their country is winning the war on terror. In the face of persisting threats, including a growing number of terrorist attacks around the world, numerous reports show that Americans are losing faith in their government’s ability to wage the war successfully and to protect them from the terrorists’ next major attack.

 It is stressed in the passage that, for the al Qaeda leaders, ----

A
any part of the world could be a target for their attacks
B
their attacks on a number of cities, including Istanbul, were not effective at all
C
the war in Afghanistan is causing much damage to their operatives
D
more threats from them will turn the American people against their government
E
their future attacks must focus on the American homeland
Soru 7

Following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, Americans understandably rallied around the flag. Having just suffered the deadliest attack ever on the US soil, a great majority of the people believed another attack was imminent. But Americans also had enormous faith the “Global War on Terror” would help keep them safe. Just one month after 9/11, for instance, 94 per cent of Am ericans fully approved of how the ght against terrorism was being handled. The United States then quickly went to war in Afghanistan, closing down a terrorist camp and capturing or killing a number of high-level al Qaeda operatives in the process. However, since 2001, terrorists have found their targets on almost every continent, with bombings in Bali, London, Madrid, Istanbul, and elsewhere. Now Americans appear less convinced that their country is winning the war on terror. In the face of persisting threats, including a growing number of terrorist attacks around the world, numerous reports show that Americans are losing faith in their government’s ability to wage the war successfully and to protect them from the terrorists’ next major attack.

 As can be clearly understood from the passage, in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, almost all the Americans ----.

A
believed that the government would soon bring the war on terror to an end
B
were disappointed with their government’s policies
C
thought that America’ s invasion of Afghanistan would be futile
D
believed that their country was still the safest place in the world
E
supported the way the war on terror was being carried out
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