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1. As a parent, you should always ---- your children when they achieve something so that they will understand the value of hard work.
2. Cases of bird flu are becoming ---- more common throughout Europe, which is causing a lot of worry.
3. On Tuesday, I'll be able to let you know……….how many people will be attending the conference.
4. The criminal managed to escape the scene of the mugging very quickly, but because the victim managed to give such a/an ---- description to the police, he was quickly caught.
5. So as not to ---- in this course, should you miss any lessons, you should borrow the notes off one of your classmates.
6. Agricultural experts ---- that the red fire ants ---- into Taipei in the soil of potted plants or landscaping material.
7. His books ....... ever since his time, and probably ....... to be appreciated in the future.
8. Yasuo Fukuda, one of the important ministers in Junichiro Koizumi's Japanese government, ---- after admitting ---- to pay into the national pension scheme.
9. So as to keep them safe ---- harm, all the valuables in the house have been locked up ---- a special cabinet.
10. ---- being made the manager of the department and getting her own office, the young woman found that she had less chance to spend with her children.
11. It doesn't matter how you get to the party, ---- route you take, you'll be here in half an hour.
12. The timings of the winter and summer Olympics games changed in 1994 so that they are two years apart meaning we can enjoy the excitement of the Olympics ---- year.
13. . ...... of the finalists in this year's tournament are very well known, so no one can predict the o
14. When we say, "It doesn't matter ....... you know, but ....... you know," we mean that influence is often more important than intellect.
15. They still seem to be friends ....... the violent argument they had last week.
16. If you ....... taking some exercise now, you ....... that you have health problems in a few years.
17. A new TV series ....... in our neighbourhood at the moment, but it ....... until next year.
18. 18.-27. sorularda, aşağıdaki parçada numaralanmış yerlere uygun düşen sözcük ya da ifadeyi bulunuz. Watches are portable clocks. (18) -----main purpose is to measure and tell time, (19) ----many watches also display the day of the week and date or serve as alarm clocks. Most watches are worn on the wrist, but some (20) ------to be carried in a pocket or to be worn as jewelry. The first watches were made in Germany in the early 1500's. Their name (21) ------the German word watch, (22) -----the time of a soldier's tour of duty.
19. Watches are portable clocks. (18) -----main purpose is to measure and tell time, (19) ----many watches also display the day of the week and date or serve as alarm clocks. Most watches are worn on the wrist, but some (20) ------to be carried in a pocket or to be worn as jewelry. The first watches were made in Germany in the early 1500's. Their name (21) ------the German word watch, (22) -----the time of a soldier's tour of duty.
20. Watches are portable clocks. (18) -----main purpose is to measure and tell time, (19) ----many watches also display the day of the week and date or serve as alarm clocks. Most watches are worn on the wrist, but some (20) ------to be carried in a pocket or to be worn as jewelry. The first watches were made in Germany in the early 1500's. Their name (21) ------the German word watch, (22) -----the time of a soldier's tour of duty.
21. Watches are portable clocks. (18) -----main purpose is to measure and tell time, (19) ----many watches also display the day of the week and date or serve as alarm clocks. Most watches are worn on the wrist, but some (20) ------to be carried in a pocket or to be worn as jewelry. The first watches were made in Germany in the early 1500's. Their name (21) ------the German word watch, (22) -----the time of a soldier's tour of duty.
22. Watches are portable clocks. (18) -----main purpose is to measure and tell time, (19) ----many watches also display the day of the week and date or serve as alarm clocks. Most watches are worn on the wrist, but some (20) ------to be carried in a pocket or to be worn as jewelry. The first watches were made in Germany in the early 1500's. Their name (21) ------the German word watch, (22) -----the time of a soldier's tour of duty.
23. Written language came into existence thousands of years ago, at a time (23) ---- some humans were able to settle in relatively permanent communities. (24) ---that was written was in the form of reports and records that were used by the few literate members of society. But with the dawn of civilization there (25) ---- an oral literature, a spoken tradition, as people attempted to formulate and share ideas (26) ---- the world and their history. These ancient traditions, myths, and legends were (27) ---- expressed in poetry.
24. Written language came into existence thousands of years ago, at a time (23) ---- some humans were able to settle in relatively permanent communities. (24) ---that was written was in the form of reports and records that were used by the few literate members of society. But with the dawn of civilization there (25) ---- an oral literature, a spoken tradition, as people attempted to formulate and share ideas (26) ---- the world and their history. These ancient traditions, myths, and legends were (27) ---- expressed in poetry.
25. Written language came into existence thousands of years ago, at a time (23) ---- some humans were able to settle in relatively permanent communities. (24) ---that was written was in the form of reports and records that were used by the few literate members of society. But with the dawn of civilization there (25) ---- an oral literature, a spoken tradition, as people attempted to formulate and share ideas (26) ---- the world and their history. These ancient traditions, myths, and legends were (27) ---- expressed in poetry.
26. Written language came into existence thousands of years ago, at a time (23) ---- some humans were able to settle in relatively permanent communities. (24) ---that was written was in the form of reports and records that were used by the few literate members of society. But with the dawn of civilization there (25) ---- an oral literature, a spoken tradition, as people attempted to formulate and share ideas (26) ---- the world and their history. These ancient traditions, myths, and legends were (27) ---- expressed in poetry.
27. Written language came into existence thousands of years ago, at a time (23) ---- some humans were able to settle in relatively permanent communities. (24) ---that was written was in the form of reports and records that were used by the few literate members of society. But with the dawn of civilization there (25) ---- an oral literature, a spoken tradition, as people attempted to formulate and share ideas (26) ---- the world and their history. These ancient traditions, myths, and legends were (27) ---- expressed in poetry.
28. ----, protects the essential idea of doctor patient confidentiality.
29. ----, but all attempts to inoculate animals failed up until then.
30. People are prohibited from using their mobile phones ----.
31. Although Newton was known as an open and generous person, ----.
32. 32. - 38. Soruları verilen pasaja gore cevaplayınız. In a competitive economy, the consumer usually has the choice of several different brands of the same product. Yet underneath their labels, these products are often nearly identical. One manufacturer's toothpaste tends to differ very little from another manufacturer's. Two different brands of shampoo may vary only in scent and colour. And, the tobacco in two different brands of cigarettes frequently comes from the same fields. This close similarity means that a shopper has little reason to choose one brand over another. Thus, manufacturers are confronted with a problem: how to keep sales high enough to stay in business. Manufacturers solve this problem by advertising. 32. According to the passage, the average consumer ____
33. The author suggests that ____
34. It is understood from the passage that a manufacturer's chief concern is to ____
35. Not long ago football was not a good example of globalization. The labour market in international club football was highly protected. National leagues like Italy’s Serie A and Spain’s La Liga imposed quotas on their teams, allowing them to import only a limited number of players. Some teams could have only two foreign players on the field. This arrangement, however, began to crumble in 1995, when the European court ruled that the difference of treatment of nationals from other EU countries was anti-constitutional. This permitted players to move freely within the EU, and made the club teams much more multi-national. Now it is not unusual for a majority of the players on a successful league team to be foreign nationals. 35. It can be understood from the passage that the quotas imposed in the past by national leagues ----.
36. An example of football’s globalization given in the passage is ----.
37. According to the passage, the European court ruling of 1995 ----.
38. As is understood from the passage, in the past, football was not a good example of globalization because__________
39. Anyone who wishes to begin selling industrial goods in a foreign country must first carry out market research.
40. As a matter of fact one of the most important aims of education must be to produce individuals who can think and act independently.
41. Ekonomik gelişmenin başlıca amaçlarından biri, ülkedeki bütün insanların hayat standardını yükseltmektedir.
42. Müziği halk tarafından çok beğenilmesine rağmen, besteci Hugo Wolf hayatının çoğunu yoksulluk içinde geçirdi.
43. Horace : Are there any big things that are going to happen in the year 2020? Drew : - ---- Horace : Will it? What types of batteries will go into our cars? Drew : We're going to see lithium batteries in cars. They will also use methane fuel.
44. Sorin : We've arrived home just in time to catch the football, haven't we? William : You have perfect timing, my friend! Sorin : - ---- William : Neither do I; but I can't watch it without some potato chips; do you have any?
45. 45. (I) Some people are against the English system of trial by jury. (II) They argue that only people trained in the law can understand properly all the evidence given at a trial. (Ill) At the end of a trial all the evidence is summed up by the judge. (IV) Until I served on a jury last month, I used to think this way myself. But now I understand the advantages of the jury system.
46. The declaration of Human Rights gives great emphasis to education. (II) After all, the declaration shows how near the world is to being ideal. (Ill) This is natural as advances in the cause of freedom and of social rights depend very largely on education. (IV) Indeed, educators must accept a major share of the responsibility for shaping a society's attitudes towards Human Rights. If they do not do so, the document will remain ineffective.
47. (I)A wedding ring consists of a precious metal ring and is a symbol for love and eternity. (II) Itis given by the groom or bride to his or her future spouse during the wedding ceremony. (III) Rings were used as money and were a sign of personal wealth. (IV) It is usually worn on the base of the left ring finger of the left hand. However in some parts of the world it is worn on the right ring finger.
48. In 1936 the first giant panda was exhibited in a zoo outside China. --------- . In the United States, giant pandas can be seen in Washington, D.C., Atlanta, and San Diego. Pandas in captivity are often given double names, following the Chinese custom, to indicate affection.
49. All living species are constantly faced with the problem of adapting to a changing environment or becoming extinct. ……… . He may have been pushed to the edge of extinction on some occasions, but he has survived. Today, however, there is much doubt that the remains of the human race could adapt to radioactive earth at the end of a nuclear war or an earth poisoned by gross environmental pollution.
50. Traffic goes on increasing all the time in big cities and the roads are almost permanently blocked by a slow moving procession of metal cages. Complicated systems of one-way streets and the universal use of traffic lights have not provided a real solution to the problem. ........ .
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