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58. However much effort he puts into it, I’m sure he’ll never make a success of the business.

  1. Unless he’s willing to make more of an effort, the business is never likely to be a success.

  2. He’s a failure as a businessman even though he is extremely hard-working.

  3. It follows that the harder he works the more likely the business is to be successful.

  4. The success of the business will obviously depend upon the amount of hard work he puts into it.

  5. No matter how hard he tries, it’s clear that he won’t ever turn that business into a going concern.

59-64 sorularda, parçada boş bırakılan yere uygun düşen ifadeyi bulunuz.

59. ____ . Not easy, is it? Yet 150 years ago, that is exactly what it was. Over a century and half the people of Hong Kong have managed to transform that rock into a world financial centre. With a government committed to free trade and free enterprise, and also because of its location in the heart of Asia Pacific region, Hong Kong has thrived and is now the world’s eleventh largest trading economy.

  1. Imagine Hong Kong as a barren rock

  2. There are a host of reasons behind Hong Kong’s economic success

  3. Hong Kong has a harbour which has been described as the world’s busiest

  4. Imagine what one can achieve in Hong Kong

  5. Think of the excellent investment opportunities Hong Kong offers today.

60. Today most of France’s 600.000 Jews are well established and assimilated, though some pockets of anti-Semitism still remain. Research earlier this decade found one in four Frenchmen complaining that there were too many Jews in France, while one in five admitted to feelings of antipathy towards them. ____ .

  1. During the Second World War the Vichy government introduced laws that banned Jews from holding a wide range of jobs

  2. According to another poll at the time, only 9% said they would not vote for a Jew as president

  3. Consequently, from the 13th century until the French Revolution in 1789, Jews in France, as in many other places in Europe, were systematically persecuted

  4. Even so the Germans still wrestle with their consciences over their attitude, past and present, to the Jews

  5. In 1995, Chirac became the first French president to admit the French state’s responsibility in rounding up the Jews to be sent to Nazi extermination camps.



61. Africans have at last lost patience with their governments. They are particularly angry about declining living standards, the breakdown of law and order. The government officials in particular, are full of complaints. ____ . Most of them are members of militant trade unions, through which they demonstrate and go on strike. So, chaos and continuous political instability can never be averted.

  1. It is possible that market forces and world economic conditions can upset their high hopes for improvement

  2. Among the demonstrators are people from the countryside who have been flooding into town seeking a better life

  3. Undoubtedly, Africans want multy-party democracy and are working hard to achieve it

  4. Since most governments are short of cash, these officials are underpaid or paid late

  5. Obviously, people tend to accept painful policies more readily from elected governments than from dictators



62. The Pitcairn Islanders in the Pacific were originally the mutineers of the ship Bounty. They took possession of the island Pitcairn in 1790, and it was not until 1814 that their whereabouts were ascertained, accidentally, by a passing ship. ____ . In the course of years they increased so in numbers that they were too many for the island to support. Finally, in 1856 they were removed by the British Government to the much larger Norfolk island.

  1. The Bounty was originally chartered to explore the Pacific islands and establish British colonies there

  2. Actually, much of their history is still controversial and there is a considerable difference of opinion about their origin

  3. Up to that date trade in the Pacific region had been their main occupation

  4. The British Government sponsored a number of search projects, but all of them ended in failure

  5. The mutineers, under their leader Adams, had settled to a communal existence and married Tahitian women

63. The planets are the celestial bodies that revolve round the sun in elliptical orbits. ____ . There are also a large number of minor planets, commonly called asteroids. Today many important questions concerning the planets can be answered by means of probes sent to them. These include the measurement of the magnetic field, if any, of the planets, the study of their atmospheres and, in some cases, surface conditions.

  1. Among them Pluto was the last planet to be discovered in 1930 by the American astronomer Tombaugh

  2. At present only nine major planets are known, and they are different in many respects from the fixed stars

  3. Scientists have recently managed to land on the surface of Mars an extremely efficient instrument for exploration

  4. Yet the moon revolves round the earth and has already been explored

  5. However, Pluto is the most distant of the planets and has an orbit more elliptical than the other planetary orbits


64. It was the worst ice-storm in living memory. What started in the clouds as rain became ice as it hit power lines, trees and roads. ____ . Well over 100.000 people had to flee their freezing homes for those of luckier or better equipped neighbours.

  1. It fell for days and it paralysed much of Quebec, knocking out the power supply to 3 million people

  2. Until then it was regarded as one of the worst natural disasters ever to hit Canada

  3. The cleaning up process was soon in full swing and life returned to normal

  4. Old people in particular are at risk if temperatures continue to fall in this way

  5. The midweek forecast for the area is far from encouraging



65-70 sorularda, anlam bakımından hangi cümlenin parçaya uymadığını bulunuz.

65. (I) For almost 40 years, relations have been frozen between the United States and Cuba. (II) This is mainly due to the glaring differences between the regimes of the two countries. (III) Many, on both sides, have ceased to hope for an improvement in the relations. (IV) More surprisingly, the recent papal trip to the island has had an effect in Washington, too. (V) Mr Castro will not ease his grip until he dies; nor will the policy makers in Washington be ready to lift the American embargo against trade with Cuba.

  1. I

  2. II

  3. III

  4. IV

  5. V


66. (I) High oil prices helped Venezuela to emerge, two years ago, from a long recession. (II) Soon the government launched a comprehensive economic reform programme, which was to be financed through the oil revenue. (III) In fact, the flow of money through trade could have enabled them to avoid taking unpopular decisions. (IV) However, with the recent precipitous drop in oil prices the economic situation has again begun to deteriorate. (V) In particular, the governments seems likely to cut down on the reform programme which it embarked on with high hopes.

  1. I

  2. II

  3. III

  4. IV

  5. V



67. (I) Some historians point out that cannibalism did not exist before 1942. (II) They would argue that it was invented by Columbus. (III) Of course, this is not to deny that cannibalism was unknown in the ancient world. (IV) It seems always to have existed, or to have been said to exist, usually in “other” places. (V) Therefore, it is true that the word “cannibal” is a corruption of the Amerindian word “Carib”, which means “bold” or “fierce”.

  1. I

  2. II

  3. III

  4. IV

  5. V

68. (I) Michael Levey’s recently-published book Florence; A portrait is a masterly survey of Renaissance and post-Renaissance Florence. (II) His portrayal of this magnificent city is that of an eminent art historian elegantly at home in painting, sculpture and architecture. (III) As one visits this princely city, a dilemma characteristic of postwar Europe is unavoidably insistent. (IV) He is at his best especially when he is analysing particular masters and sites. (V) Indeed, it is fascinating to read his learned account of the achievements of the great Florentines like Botticelli, Brunelleschi, Michelangelo and the others.

  1. I

  2. II

  3. III

  4. IV

  5. V


69. (I) They hadn’t expected to see rolling hills dotted by family farms with herds of cattle grazing around. (II) Richardson County is in the south-eastern corner of Nebrasca, abutting Kansas and Missouri and washed by the Missouri River. (III) It is the heart of the heartland, the America mythologized, in 1943, by Oscar Hammerstein in the lyrics of “Oklahoma!”. (IV) Yet, today, this part of prairie America continues to possess very little of its pastoral and traditional charm. (V) Unfortunately, industrialisation and reckless urbanisation have destroyed much of it and turned the place into a wasteland.

  1. I

  2. II

  3. III

  4. IV

  5. V


70. (I) As recently as the 1980s, poverty rates among the elderly in Britain were more than double those of the population at large. (II) Many experts and policy makers contend that the problems of the retirement system have often been exaggerated. (III) A great number of old people were largely dependent on the charity of their children and on local assistance programmes. (IV) However, by 1995 most of these people had improved their living conditions. (V) This was partly due to the fact that the country had become more prosperous in general.

  1. I

  2. II

  3. III

  4. IV

  5. V



71-76 sorularda, verilen durumda söylenebilecek ifadeyi bulunuz.

71. In the office there has been some criticism of the secretary on account of her manners. But you are more satisfied with the quality of her work and so come to her defence, saying;

  1. She may be sent off under the current disciplinary rules.

  2. She’s not as polite as may be expected of a perfect secretary, but as for efficiency she is superb.

  3. Obviously she lacks many of the qualities one looks for in a secretary.

  4. I know she always yells at people and does not behave herself.

  5. Her manners can be annoying and this makes her a difficult person to work with efficiently.

72. Your nephew has been offered several different jobs by various companies. He can’t make up his mind about which one to accept. So he comes to you for advice. You happen to know one of the companies well and feel sure it has a lot to offer. You say;

  1. I don’t know much about other companies but this one will give you excellent training and some useful benefits.

  2. As far as I’m concerned all the offers seem to be desirable. You can choose any of them.

  3. With one exception, I feel they can all be recommended.

  4. I don’t think I’m in a position to advise you on all of the offers. But this one I know should be avoided.

  5. I suggest you take the one that seems to offer better benefits.


73. As the chief organiser of a conference hosted by your university it is for you to introduce the first speaker who is a world famous scholar in his field, and happens also to be a former professor of yours. So, in your introduction you say;

  1. It gives me great pleasure to ask you to attend the conference and be the first speaker.

  2. I’m delighted you were able to join us, though not as a speaker, but of course we are hoping you will participate in our discussions.

  3. This is a great moment for me as I am privileged to welcome so many famous speakers.

  4. As your onetime student it is my privilege to welcome you as the most distinguished scholar in your field and as the keynote speaker of the conference.

  5. What a surprise this is! It’s wonderful to run into you here in this way.



74. A friend of yours, with excellent credentials, has not been offered the job he had applied for. You see that this has made him very discouraged and extremely upset. You want to help him regain his self-confidence, so you say to him;

  1. If you can’t find anything better, I can probably try to take you into my company.

  2. I reckon you must have offended someone; after all, you aren’t very sensitive.

  3. This is not the end of the world; a person with your qualifications deserves better employment opportunities.

  4. After all, you ought to be more considerate of other people’s feelings.

  5. In this period of economic recession competition for executive posts is likely to continue for some time.

75. You have moved to a new house and are looking for a fairly large, original picture to hang near the front door. You have a friend whose taste you trust and who has a lot of friends in the art world. You think he can help you find something suitable, so you say to him;

  1. I wish you’d keep an eye open for a picture that would look good on the wall by my front door.

  2. I don’t own a picture large enough to hang at the top of the stairs.

  3. The picture needn’t be large but it must be imaginative and colourful. I leave the rest to you.

  4. Should I commission someone to paint a picture to hang on that wall?

  5. How much would I have to pay for an original picture of the right size for this wall?



76. A neighbour is going to a big reunion dinner that you know your brother, who is a well-known local figure, will also attend. You think the two of them should meet, so you say;

  1. My brother is sure to be there at the reunion, and I expect he’ll recognise you.

  2. If only I’d been going too I would have introduced you to my brother.

  3. My brother is a lot like you, so its only natural that you should have got on well.

  4. I’ve told my brother about your suggestion, and he seemed interested.

  5. My brother will also be there. Everybody knows him. So, do introduce yourself to him and give him my greetings.


77-82 sorularda, karşılıklı konuşmanın boş bırakılan kısmında söylenmiş olabilecek sözü bulunuz.

77. Mary: You’re remarkably patient with Pam! Don’t you know she just loves a sympathetic listener?

Sally: ____

Marry: I didn’t realise that. In what way?

Sally: In lots of ways. She’s got family problems, money problems and health problems.

  1. Yes, I suppose she does. But doesn’t everyone?

  2. Yes, perhaps I am. But after all she is my niece.

  3. Yes of course I do. But life really has been hard on her.

  4. Why do you say that? You know what she’s going through, don’t you?

  5. Well, your problems aren’t her problems.


78. Interviewer: To start with, Miss Gibbs, would you like to tell me why you are applying for this post?

Miss Gibbs: Well, I’ve been in my present post now for three years and I feel it is time to make a change.
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