YDS İngilizce Soruları 5 ( 2012 YDS İlkbahar - Cümledeki boşlukları tamamlama, kelime bilgisi)

  • 1) Forgery is the act of making, reproducing, altering or signing a false document or other instrument with the ---- of defrauding others.
    A) development
    B) exception
    C) intention
    D) determination
    E) prediction
  • 2) The sense of smell, which has not been fully understood yet, is much more ---- than the sense of taste.
    A) attainable
    B) dedicated
    C) suitable
    D) sophisticated
    E) endurable
  • 3) The full stop is probably the most used form of punctuation, partly because almost everyone knows how to use it ----.
    A) considerably
    B) redundantly
    C) dominantly
    D) appropriately
    E) profoundly
  • 4) The European System of Central Banks, which ---- a single monetary policy for the euro zone, consists of the European Central Bank in Frankfurt together with 15 national central banks.
    A) regulates
    B) signifies
    C) expresses
    D) provokes
    E) acquires
  • 5) Leaders with different political styles have launched daring projects to take Japan out of the economic recession, but in the long run, they may ---- colliding with each other.
    A) make out
    B) give in
    C) act out
    D) fight off
    E) end up
  • 6) Unlike broadcast television, an interactive TV service provider ---- customers to choose which service to use at any given time, whether it ---- shopping, watching a film or playing games.
    A) has allowed / might have been
    B) allows / is
    C) allowed / would be
    D) would allow / should have been
    E) is allowing / was
  • 7) The tradition of sculpting in clay ---- as early as AD 800, and ultimately it ---- as the point of departure for related works that were cast in metal.
    A) should have developed / has served
    B) has developed / had served
    C) may have developed / served
    D) would have developed / will serve
    E) could have developed / will have served
  • 8) The degree ---- age-related wrinkling varies considerably ---- person to person, partly due to the amount of exposure to the sun.
    A) of / from
    B) for / between
    C) to / among
    D) about / by
    E) towards / with
  • 9) When Sarpsborg was burned down ---- the Nordic Seven-Year War, Frederick II gave permission for the inhabitants to move ---- a place near the Glomma River.
    A) after / away
    B) at / by
    C) in / over
    D) during / to
    E) through / from
  • 10) Crystals are created ---- cooling and crystallization take place at an appropriate depth and with sufficient time.
    A) until
    B) though
    C) so
    D) before
    E) when
  • 11) ---- schools encourage children to read printed books more often, the library, in its traditional form, will eventually disappear.
    A) Whenever
    B) Whereas
    C) Since
    D) However
    E) Unless
  • 12) Some popular diet books have misled consumers with deceptive claims; ----, they fail to provide an assessment of the results of their treatment plans for obesity.
    A) furthermore
    B) nevertheless
    C) even so
    D) otherwise
    E) on the contrary
  • 13) The social sciences are a range of disciplines within the arts and humanities ---- principal concerns are the study of various aspects of society.
    A) what
    B) whose
    C) that
    D) how
    E) when
  • 14) Generally, social media platforms can be thought of as virtual meeting places which function to encourage the exchange of media content among users who are ---- producers ---- consumers.
    A) both / and
    B) more / than
    C) just / like
    D) so / that
    E) such / as
  • 15) Not long ago, Thomas Cook was examining the strange and mysterious crop circles that had been cut into his farm in Lincolnshire, England. His first thoughts were
    that they had been created (15)---- aliens. (16)---- trying to explore the origin of these unusual shapes, he made a discovery that was much more down-to-earth. He
    discovered a pile of Roman Empire coins in a buried earthenware pot dating to 270 AD. He did not find (17)---- evidence of a UFO, but he did find an amazing archaeological site. In accordance with English antiquities law, the coins (18)---- to the British Museum.
    They were studied and catalogued in the archives and given what is now (19)---- referred to as a full “treasure trove inquest” by the museum.

    15 numaralı yere uygun düşen sözcük hangisidir?

    A) of
    B) over
    C) in
    D) by
    E) during
  • 16) Not long ago, Thomas Cook was examining the strange and mysterious crop circles that had been cut into his farm in Lincolnshire, England. His first thoughts were
    that they had been created (15)---- aliens. (16)---- trying to explore the origin of these unusual shapes, he made a discovery that was much more down-to-earth. He
    discovered a pile of Roman Empire coins in a buried earthenware pot dating to 270 AD. He did not find (17)---- evidence of a UFO, but he did find an amazing archaeological site. In accordance with English antiquities law, the coins (18)---- to the British Museum.
    They were studied and catalogued in the archives and given what is now (19)---- referred to as a full “treasure trove inquest” by the museum.

    16 numaralı yere uygun düşen sözcük hangisidir?

    A) Until
    B) Whenever
    C) Once
    D) Since
    E) While
  • 17) Not long ago, Thomas Cook was examining the strange and mysterious crop circles that had been cut into his farm in Lincolnshire, England. His first thoughts were
    that they had been created (15)---- aliens. (16)---- trying to explore the origin of these unusual shapes, he made a discovery that was much more down-to-earth. He
    discovered a pile of Roman Empire coins in a buried earthenware pot dating to 270 AD. He did not find (17)---- evidence of a UFO, but he did find an amazing archaeological site. In accordance with English antiquities law, the coins (18)---- to the British Museum.
    They were studied and catalogued in the archives and given what is now (19)---- referred to as a full “treasure trove inquest” by the museum.

    17 numaralı yere uygun düşen sözcük hangisidir?

    A) so
    B) little
    C) any
    D) no
    E) that
  • 18) Not long ago, Thomas Cook was examining the strange and mysterious crop circles that had been cut into his farm in Lincolnshire, England. His first thoughts were
    that they had been created (15)---- aliens. (16)---- trying to explore the origin of these unusual shapes, he made a discovery that was much more down-to-earth. He
    discovered a pile of Roman Empire coins in a buried earthenware pot dating to 270 AD. He did not find (17)---- evidence of a UFO, but he did find an amazing archaeological site. In accordance with English antiquities law, the coins (18)---- to the British Museum.
    They were studied and catalogued in the archives and given what is now (19)---- referred to as a full “treasure trove inquest” by the museum.

    18 numaralı yere uygun düşen sözcük hangisidir?

    A) are handed over
    B) would have been handed over
    C) were handed over
    D) could be handed over
    E) had been handed over
  • 19) Not long ago, Thomas Cook was examining the strange and mysterious crop circles that had been cut into his farm in Lincolnshire, England. His first thoughts were
    that they had been created (15)---- aliens. (16)---- trying to explore the origin of these unusual shapes, he made a discovery that was much more down-to-earth. He
    discovered a pile of Roman Empire coins in a buried earthenware pot dating to 270 AD. He did not find (17)---- evidence of a UFO, but he did find an amazing archaeological site. In accordance with English antiquities law, the coins (18)---- to the British Museum.
    They were studied and catalogued in the archives and given what is now (19)---- referred to as a full “treasure trove inquest” by the museum.

    19 numaralı yere uygun düşen sözcük hangisidir?

    A) commonly
    B) relentlessly
    C) dramatically
    D) endlessly
    E) deliberately
  • 20) Teacher involvement in play has been a controversial subject for many years. A longstanding tradition (20)---- early childhood education dictates that teachers
    should not interfere in children’s play. This tradition (21)---- the psychoanalytic view that play’s main function is to enable children to work out their inner conflicts.
    (22)---- this view, the teacher’s role was to set the stage for play and to observe children. The teachers could then (23)---- monitor their play for clues about their
    emotional adjustment. However, teachers were cautioned never to interfere with children’s play (24)---- such interference might disrupt play, inhibit children from revealing their true feelings and reduce play’s therapeutic benefits.

    20 numaralı yere uygun düşen sözcük hangisidir?

    A) by
    B) in
    C) to
    D) for
    E) at
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