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91.-1 95' sorularda, aadaki parada numaralandrlm yerlere uygun den szck yada ifadeyi bulunuz.

96.-200. sorularda, aadaki parada numaralandr|m yerlere uygun den szck yada ifadey bulunuz.
1

Linguists

languages in the past 300 years. ln 1887,

(1 91

several

artificial

The

Ludwik Zamenhof introduced Esperanto. He grew up in Bialystok, (192) --. was then in Russia. His family spoke Russian at home, and he learned Latin, German, English, French and Hebrew in school. He was very young when he (193) -- the world needed a universal language. When he was still in high

(196) ---- a great advance in antismoking acts. Statistics indicate that, (197) ---- the
300 million smokers, there are (198) ---- 400 million passive smokers in China. The figure (199) ---- to rise by 2 percent each year. To

Health was held recently in Beijing, and will

1Oth World Conference on Tobacco of

school, he started to work on a new language. ln 1878, when he was nineteen,


worked on it and tested it (195) years.
191
.

prevent the situation f rom getting worse every day, a nationwide campaign against

smoking has been waged bY

the

he told his classmates

(1

9a)

-..

--

it. Then he nine more


1

government. (200) ----, municipal authorities of 72 cities have announced prohibitions on smoking in public places.
96.

A) B) C) D) E)

were created have created are created used to create are creating

A) C)

pass away
bring

about E) run away

B) D)

take apart take off

192.

A) that C)
where

B) D) E)
whose

whom which

o
T E

197.

A) C)

moreover therefore
E)

B) D)
consequently

however

besides

93. A)

has realized
realized
E)

c)

B) D)
realizes

s
would realize will realize

98.

A) C)

from
at

B) D) E)
about

on
off

1 1

99.

94.

A) C)

off from

B) D) E)
beyond

A)
into

had is

estimated

B)
D)

estimated has estimated

c)

estimated E)
estimates

about

95. A)

srnce
for

B) D) E)
while

200. when
A)

Although Owing

B) D)
ln the event of

For instance

c)

as

c)

to

Nevertheless

E)

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soruarda, aaldaki parada numaralandrlm yerlere uygun den szck yada ifadeyi bulunuz.
181 .-185.

sorularda, aadaki parada numaralandrlm yerlere uygun den szck yada ifadeyi bulunuz.
186.-1 90.

The meanings of English idioms often aren't


obvious (181)

origin. But idioms are worth (182)

--

you understand the idiom's

read in the news that 'the two candidates are running neck to neck." This idiom means that the two candidates are equal in their chances of winning, and you might imagine the election as a kind of horse race. 181.

because they add colour to your language. Most idioms are based (183) -- images, so you can sometimes guess (184) -- they mean by picturing them. (185) ---, you might

Myths are stories, the products of fertile imagination, sometimes simple, often (186) .... profound truths. They are not meant to be taken too literally. Details may

sometimes appear childish, (1 87) -- myths express a culture's (1 88) -:- serious beliefs about human beings and eternity. Myths are children. They are purposely written for the reader (189) -- lacks imagination. And they

not created primarily to entertain


provide the reader
escape from reality.
(1

young

90)

--- a

means of

A) otherwise C) so as to E)

B) D)
in case

unless
providing

86.

A) B) C) D)

to be contained

contained

Ei

containing beino contained to hJve contained

182.

A) C)

to

learning E)

B)
learned

learn learning

to have

learned D)

I o
T E

187.

A) theretore
C)
in the event

B)
D)

now that

of

nonetheless

E)
188.

despite

83.

A) C)

in

on

B) D) E)
to

at from

s T

A)
C)

either a little

B) D)
each

every most

E) B) D)
1

184.

A) C)

89.

that

which why

A) C)

whom who

B) D)
where

which whose

where

E)
85.

what 190.

E) A) C)
for from

A) B) C) D) E)

Thanks to

Although For instance On the contrary

Nonetheless

B) D) E)
ol

at

with

42

171 .-175' soruarda' aadaki parada numaralandlrllm yerlere uygun den szck vada bulunuz.

176._180. sorularda, aadaki parada

szck vada ifadevi bulunuz.


Opportunities

numaralandrlm yerlere uygun den

Contact lenses are (171) ---- used in order to correct refractive errors. The main motivating factor for their use is cosmetic, in particular

to avoid spectacle wear, (172) ---- contact lenses may be advantageous when playing certain sports like rugby. People with high refractive errors may also benefit (173) ---obtaining an improved quality of vision, as

to see Florida panthers are uncommon, even forthe researchers (176) --- track them. (177) ---- an estimated wild population of only 30 to 50 animals, Florida panthers are perhaps the rarest and most
tawny cats are actually a subspecies of mountain lion, an animal that once had the
broadest (179) ---- of any terrestrial mammal centuries of intensive hunting and habiat loss, mountain lions are still found in many western states; (180) ---- the only known population east of the Mississippi River now
makes its last stand in south Florida. 176.

elusive native animals of the region. (178) ---- locally as panthers, these large,

contact lenses arc less prone to the aberrations associated with thick optical
chiefly acting

lenses. A small group of patients benefit from a therapeutic role for contact lenses, the lens

in the

Western Hemisphere. After

two

cosmetic contact lens is a coloured lens that (175) ---- to camouflage an unsightly blind
eye.

management of corneal (174) ----.

as a

bandage

to aid the A true

171.

A) C)

tolerably chiefly

B) D)
extravagantly

intimately eligibly

E)
172.
A)

o
regardless
in

L K

A) whose C) who E)
whom

B) D)

which where

177.

of

B) D)

if

c)

case E)
yet

since

T E

A) C)

Wth
From

B) D)

Along Through

s
178.
A)

E)

For

173.

A)
C)

bv
into

B) D)
E)'
beyond

towards from

Knowing
To

B) D)

Having known Known

c)

known E)

To have been known

174.
A)

179.

c)

formalities disorders E)
samples

B) D)

cases
means

A)

c)

alteration connection E)

B) D)

distribution correlation

assumption

180.

175.
A)

A)

consequently B)

thereby

c)

use B) was used D) E) can be used


might

may be using has to use

c)

D) despite E) even if

nevertheless

41

191 .-195.

soruarda' aaldaki parada numaralanm yerIere uygun den szck ya bulunuz.

196.-200. sorularda, aadaki parada

yerlere uygun den szck ya bulunuz.


---ln to

A herd of elephants can go through a jungle (191) ---- surprisingly little noise. They usually travel in

Blowpipes were used as weapons in (196)

single file at about 10 kilometres an hour. A (192) ---- or angry elephant can go 40 kilometres an hour, (193) ---- only for a short distance. Elephants are among (194) ---- swimmers of all land animals. They bathe in lakes and rivers, and
like to (195) ---- in muddy water.

to use them more than a thousand years ago. those days people would not have been able

parts of Borneo. lt is believed that people (197) ----

live (198) --- these weapons. They did not know (199) ---- to plant rice at that time. The only way for them (200) --- enough to eat was to hunt wild animals and birds with their blowpipes.

191.

A) C)

at with

B)
D)

96.

for off

A) C)

allof
some

B)

neither

of
E)
either

D)

many

E)

from

192.

A) B) C) D) E)

197.
frightening having frightened to frighten frightened to have frightened

A) B) C)
D)

93.

A) because C)
in

B)
D)
but

o
so so as to

L K

E)
98.

had been started started were started have started were being started

case
E)

T E T

A) C)

of

B)
D)

without
at

over

E)

in

94.

A) C)

the

best as
E)

B)
D)
the better

better

99.

as good

so good

A) C)

why which

B)
D)

what
that

E)
200.

how

95.

A) recite
C) wander

B)
D)
interrupt

negotiate object

A)

E)

obtained B) to obtain D) to be obtained C) obtain


being

E)
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to obtaining

sorularda, aadaki parada numaralanm yerlere uygun den szck ya da ifadeyi bulunuz.
181.-1 85.

numaralanm yer|ere uygun den szck ya da ifadeyi bulunuz.

186.-190. sorularda, aadaki parada

Winter swimming (181) ---- popular in Beijing

the last decade. (182) ---- it is now the coldest part of the season and the water temperature in the city's lakes is (1 83) ---- zero degree centigrade, many winter-swimmers still swim in the icy waters, even when it is snowing. They enjoy (18a) ---- in the lake, while the people by the side of the lake (185) ---- heavy clothes.

in

(187) ---- species of birds which (188) ---- south for the cold winter months in the past are staying in the north instead. A study in Europe shows that flowers are blooming earlier and leaves are falling later. ln other words, (189) ---- the atmosphere

atmosphere

more and more

ln gardens and forests around the world, there is

is

warming up.

(186)

that ihe earth's ln North America,

vegetation has become


181.

A) C)

was has

becoming B) become
E)
becomes

had become

forty years ago.

little bit longer each year. On the European continent, summer is apparently eleven days longer than it (1 90) ----

has gotten warmer, the growing season

for

D)

used to become
1

86.

A) annihilation C) collision

B)
D)

evidence
deprivation

182.

A) C)

Due to

B)
D)

ln case Though

E)
187.

interval

Despite

E)
1

So that

A) C)

each
many

B)
D)

one of

83.

A) around C) with

B)
D)
into

in

o
T E T
1

L K

some of

E)
88.

every

from

E)
84.

A) C)

might

fly fly
E)

B)
D)
had better fly

have to fly used to fly

should

A) C)

them
its

B)
D)

by itself theirs
1

89.

E)

themselves

A)
C)

in order in case

to of
E)
so

B)
D)

as
but

85.

A) C)

are

worn
E)

B)

are wearing

90.

were

wearing D)

have been worn

A)
C)

has

been be
E)
willbe

B)
D)

is was

had worn

would

5t

171'-17 5'sorularda, aaldaki parada numaralanm yerlere uygun den szck ya da ifadevi bulunuz.

176.-180. sorularda, aadaki parada

numaralanm yerlere uygun den szck ya bulunuz.


latex. The balloon gets (177) ---- colour from the pigment that is added to the latex. Pigments are

The frequent replacement of soft lenses is a recent concept that (171) the use of
"disposable contact lenses". The idea is that the lenses are replaced with a new pair of lenses (172) ---- a daily, weekly, monthly etc basis. The

Balloons (176) ---- from

liquid rubber called

theoretical advantage

lenses is that a sterile lens (173) ---- each day and the need for contact lens cleaning etc is reduced. Complications (1 74) ---- corneal ulcers associated with these lens systems can still occur, but are probably mainly due to the misuse of the lenses (175) ---- the devices themselves. 171.

of daily disposable

soft

absorb certain wavelengths of some light and

both organic and inorganic compounds

that

reflect (178) ----. For example, a red balloon is red because the balloon absorbs all the (179) ---- light except red frequency light (180) ---- is reflected back to the eye.

A) B) C)

E)
172.

D)

was popularised are popularised would be popularised has popularised had popularised

176.

A) B) C)

have manufactured were manufactured


would manufacture are manufactured manufacture

D)

E)
177. of

A) C)

in

B)
D)

A)

it

B)
D)

them their

at

bv

E)
173.

on

o
A) opens C)
has

L K

c)

it's

E)
178.

its

B)
was

is

opened

opened
E)

D) willopen

oPened

T E
T

A) others C)
one

B)
D)
another

the other the others

another
E)

174.

A) C)

such as as

B)
D)

as

if

179.

likewise

A) conditional C) transparent E)
objective

B)
D)

gradual

E)
175.

as to

visible

A) C)

like
rather

B)

as well
in case of

80.

A) C)

which where

B)
D)

when

than
E)

D)

whose

the same

E)
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whom

.-1 65. sorularda, aadaki parada numaralanm yerlere uygun den szck ya da ifadevi bulunuz.

161

66.-1 70. sorularda, aadaki parada numaralanm yerlere uygun den szck ya da ifadevi bulunuz.
1

History changed on October 4, 1957, when the Soviet Union successfully (161) ---- Sputnik l. The world's first (1 62) ---- satellite was about the size of a basketball, weighed only 183 pounds, and took about 98 minutes to orbit the Earth on (163) ---- elliptical path. That launch (164) ---- in new political, military, technological, and scientific developments. (165) ---- the Sputnik launch was a single event, it marked the start of the space age and the U.S.-U.S.S.R space race.
161.

The immune system protects the body from (166)

of ce|Is, viruses, ungi, or bacteria. Some nonliving substances (1 67) ---- toxins, chemicals, drugs, and foreign particles can be antigens.

large molecules (usually proteins) on the surface

responding to so-called antigens. Antigens are

harmful substances

by

recognizing and

and destroyed by the immune system. (169) ---your own body cells have proteins that are antigens. Your immune system learns to see these antigens as "normal" and does not usually
(170) ---- against them.
1

Substances that contain these antigens (168) ----

A) C)

was launched launched

B)
D)

has launched
would launch

66.

A) theoretically B) C)
conventionally

irregularly potentially

E)
162.

had been launched

D)

E)
A)
artificial

improperly

B)
D)
voluntary

gentle

167.

C) brief E)
63.

decisive

A) C)

as if as to

B)
D)

such as
but for

A)

its it's

B)
D)

o
their theirs

L K

E)
168.

much as

c)

T E T

E)
64.

them

s
69.

A) B) C)
D)

E)

has recognized recognized will recognize were recognized are recognized

A) participated C) committed

B)
D)

opposed neglected

A)
C)

rf

B)
D)

Even
No matter

When

E)
165.

ushered 170.

E) A)
torture

So that

B)
D)
compete

apply reacl

A)

rf
E)
Now that

B) D)

As long as
Before

C) forecast E)

C) While

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151._1 55. sorularda, aa'daki parada numaralanm yerlere uygun den szck ya da ifadeyi bulunuz.

156.-160 sorularda, aadaki parada

da ifadevi bulunuz.
protest

numaralanm yerlere uygun den szck ya

Persephone, in Greek and Roman religion and mythology, was the goddess of fertility and queen of the underworld. She was the daughter of Zeus and Demeter. When she was still a beautiful maiden, Pluto seized her

to let her

and held her captive in his underworld. (1 51) ---- Demeter eventually persuaded the gods

Persephone was required to remain in the underworld for four more months because Pluto (153) ---- her into eating a food of the dead there. When Persephone left the earth, the flowers withered and the grain died, but when she returned, life blossomed anew. This story, (1 54) ---- the annual vegetation

daughter

(152)

to

her,

(1 56) ---- laws or policies in order to force a change or secure concessions; it is also known (1 57) ---- non-violent resistance and is the main tactic of civil disobedience. Passive resistance (158) involves such activities as mass demonstrations, refusal to obey or carry out a law

Passive resistance is a method of non-violent

or to pay taxes.

that action needs (160) ---- by love and a willingness to search for the truth, and Martin
Luther King, Jr, who called for "tough-mindedness and tender-heartedness."

advocates have been Gandhi , who maintained

(1

59) ---- its most articulate

cycle, was celebrated


under the name Kore.

Mysteries, (155) ---- Persephone appeared


1

in the

Eleusinian

151.

56.

A)

rf

B)
D)
So that

Because
Though

A) for C)
from

B)
D)

over

C) ln case

against

E)
152.

E)
D

through

A) C)

reiurn returning
E)

B)
D)

to return to have returned

o
T E

L K

157.

A)

as as
E)
besides

B)
D)

like

having returned

C) such

as

if

53.

A) has C) can

tricked B) trick
E)
D)

was tricking
had tricked

58.

A) voluntarily C) superficially
E) typically

B)
D)

simultaneously
sufficiently

will be tricked
59.

54.

A) B) C)

D)

E)
1

symbolizes symbolized what symbolizes which symbolizes having been symbolized

A)
C)

lnside Among
E)
At

B)
D)

Between

Near

55.

A)

what
in

B)
D)
of which

60.

which that

C)

which E)

A) accompany B) to accompany C) be accompanying

D) to be accompanied

E) to have accompanied
33

141 '-145' sorularda, aa'daki par numaralanm yerlere uygun den szck ya da ifadevi bulunuz.

146.-150. soruIarda, aada numaralanm yerlere uygun den szck ya da ifadeyi bulunuz.

The tradition of lighting an Olympic Flame comes from the ancient Greeks. (141 ) ---- the Ancient Olympic Games, a sacred flame (142) ---- from the sun's rays at Olympia, and stayed lit (143) ---- the Games were completed. This flame represented the "endeavour for protection and (144) ---- for victory." lt was first introduced into our Modern Olympics at the 1928 Amsterdam Games. (145) ----, the flame has come to symbolize "the light of spirit, knowledge, and life." 141.

Claude Monet was a founder of impressionism. He adhered to its principles (1 46) ---- his long career representative painter of the school (147) ---- one of the foremost painters of landscape in the history of art. (148) ---- a youth in Le Havre, Monet (149) ---- by the marine painter Boudin to paint in the open air, a practice he never forsook. ln Paris, Monet formed lasting friendships with the atists (150) --- would become the major impressionists, including Pissarro, Czanne, Renoir, Sisley' and Bazille.
1

and is considered the most

consistently

A) C)

While Even

B)

As soon as
During

46.

if

D)
Other than

A) throughout C) beneath
E)

B)
D)
out of

above forward

E)
142.

A) C)

was

lit lit
E)

B)
D)
was lighting

is lighting had lit

147.

A) despite C) moreover

B)
D)

because of
as well as

has been

43.

A) C)

since as long as

B)
D)
no sooner

o
until

L K

E)
48.

as a result of

although

E)
144.

T E T

A) As C) Like

B)
D)

On

s
1

Since

E)
49.

Because

A) B) C) E)

companionship
obligation
f

anticipation

D)

struggle

requency

A) B) C) E)

D)

encouraged has encouraged is encouraging was encouraged had encouraged

145.

A) B) C) D) E)

Afterwards By that time Since then Before that Hardly ever

50.

A) who C) whom

E)

in whom

B) D)

which what

32

131.-135. sorularda, aaldaki parada

numaralanm yerlere uygun den szck ya da ifadevi bulunuz.

36.-1 40' sorularda, aadaki parada numaralanm yerlere uygun den szck ya da ifadeyi bulunuz.
1

John von Neumann, (1 31 ) ---- was born in Budapest in 1903, was one of Hungary's most

famous mathematicians, as well as being a (132) ---- accomplished physicist and logician. (133) ---as a child, it was clear that he was a genius. At a very young age, he (134) ---- eight-digit numbers in his head and memorise pages from a telephone directory. On moving to the USA, he worked (135) ---- Einstein as a mathematics professor and was deeply involved in a number of subjects, soon

(136) ---- the social perspective, some people might say that there are serious moral issues to
consider with the development of the atom bomb and as for the health aspect, there can be (137) ---- doubt that nuclear science is extraordinarily

becoming distinguished in the field of quantum


physics. 131.

initial costs were high, the financial rewards were enormous. (140) ---- its historical significance, the splitting of the atom was one of the most important scientific breakthroughs of the 20th century and few would deny that cheap, clean nuclear energy is one of the most important economic developments ever made by mankind.
36.

an dangerous. Looked at purely (138) economic point of view, however, (139) ---- the

A) C)

that to

B) whom
1

whom
E) who

D) when

A) Regarding B)
C) Seeing
E)
Maintaining

Looking

D) Wandering

132.

A) barely C) purely

B) enormously
D) considerately

137.

A) a few C) many
E) a number

B)

little

E) highlY

o
T E T
1

L K

D) none
of

38.

33.

A) Although C) Such
E)

B) As well as D) Even

A) into C) off
E) across

B)

from

D) beneath

During
1

39.

34.

A) C)

may

divide divided

B) is able

to divide

A) moreover
C) though
E) thanks
to

B) instead

of of

has

D) could divide

D) regardless

E) may have divided


1

35.

A) between C) alongside
E)
from

B) among
D) over

40.

A)

On behalf
ln return

of

B)

In

charge of
of

C)

for

D) ln terms
of

E) On the point

31

soruarda, aaldaki parada numaralandrlm yerlere uygun den bulunuz. szck va da


191 .-195.

196.-200. soruIarda, aadaki parada

szck va da

numaralandrlm yerlere uygun den bulunuz. i


of

is an illness of the mind (191) gives a person the desire to steal. Such a person is not really a thief. They are sick and cannot help (192) -... All small children act naturally and as they (193) -- they normally

--

Kleptomania

The lion has often been called the king

learn to control their actions. People with kleptomania for certain medical reasons
have failed (194)

to take things that do not belong (195) -them. With medical help they may become
normal citizens again.

--

control over their desire

beasts, but in fact, this king doesn't do (196) --- to deserve the title. Lions live in groups; each group consists (197) "-. one dominant male and several females and their offspring. However, all the work, the stalking, chasing, and killing of prey, is done by the lionesses, the females. Males spend their time (198) --

sleeping while the females hunt or eating

-- to the group, but for no more effort than this, they get to eat first, and continue to eat until they are full.
196.

(199) ---- they have killed. Occasionally, males may have to scare otf possible (200)

191.

A) C)

who that

E)

B) D)
where

whose
whom

A) C)

many
few

E)

B) D)
plenty of

a lot of much

192. A)

c)

its its own E) by itself

B)
D)

themselves
their

o
T E

L K

197.

A) C)
198.

at

of

s
T

E)

B) D)
off

on
in

93. A) look down take

c)

on after E) grow up

B) D)

come before keep off

A) C)

either
not only

E)

B) D)
both

neither
no sooner

99.

194.
A)

c)
D)

B)

E)

developing to be developed to develop having developed having been developed

A) C)

which where

E)

B) D)
what

that

whose

200.
A)

195.

precautions

A) C)

in

to

E)

B) D)
off

of
with

c)

D) threats E) regulations

B)

principles vacancies

34

.-1 85. sorularda, aa'daka parada numaralandrlm yerlere uygun den szck ya da ifadeyi bulunuz.

181

numaralandrIm yerlere uygun den szck va da bulunuz.


Our earth used to be a beautiful place. Thick trees and green grass covered the hills and it

186.-190. sorularda, aadaki parada

It is really a personal decision (181) -- you want to cook at home or buy commercial food in packets and jars for your baby. lt

depends

circumstances. Home cooked food is fresh and cheap. You know exactly what (183) -- in the cooking and the texture of home cooked foods varies,

(182)

your

was the best home for birds and animals.


(186)

the forest to grow crops. (187) ---- was

--,

as time went on, people destroyed

(184)

exposes the baby (185) different textures. Commercial foods on the


when travelling.
181.

other hand are convenient to use, especially

worse, people let their cattle (188) -- the grass. So you can see a stretch of wasteland (189) -- green hills now. As a result, when it rains, the soil is washed down the hills,
strong winds blow away the rich soil (190) on the top of the fields.

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185.

A) C)

what

B)
E)
whether

where whom

whose

D)

A)

However So that

B)
D)
ln case

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in

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with

of

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187. A)

Which What

c)

E)

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Where

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s
c)
was using

88. A)
B) to eat up eating up

E)

B) D)

T
has been usred
would use

c)
D) E)

had been using

having eaten up to have eaten up eat up

84.

89.

A) C)

that

B)
E)
which

who when

where

D)

A) C)

in addition

instead of

E)

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hence

thus
in order to

185.

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A) C)

to of

E)

D)
over

B)

in

from

A) C)

lying

was lying

E)

B) D)
has lied

lied is lying

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