4 Eylül YDS Soru ve Cevapları

4 Eylül YDS Soruları, 4 Eylül YDS Cevapları, 4 Eylül YDS Sonuçları Ne Zaman Açıklanacak...

ÖSYM tarafından 4 Eylül Pazar günü yapılan YDS sınavına giren adayların merak ettikleri sorulardan biri YDS de çıkan soruların cevapları. Bu haberimizde sizlere YDS de çıkan sorular ve cevaplarını derleyeceğiz.  Ekibimiz şu anda 4 Eylül YDS Soru ve cevaplarını düzenlemektedir.


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Kelime
1.Evidence
2.completely
3.discriminate
4.rest on
5.dramatic
6.cope with

Tense
1.to be developed / to test
2.introduced /is
3. has survived /may…

Bağlaç
1.although
As
So that
İn spite of
So…that

Prep
Among woman/ based upon
Role in / information on

Cloze 1.
Once
Firmly
Despite
May be commited
with


2016 EYLÜL YDS CEVAPLAR:
- DRAMATIC
- DISCRIMINATE
- COPE WITH
- REST ON
- COMPLETELY
- EVIDENCE
- play role IN / information ON
- AMONG women / UPON
- IN SPITE OF
- SO / THAT
- SO THAT
-ALTHOUGH
-AS
- TO BE DEVELOPED / TO TEST
- INTRODUCED / IS
- HAVE SURVIVED / MAY FIND

Einstein paragrafı
1. Yazarın görüşü APPRECIATING
2. Einstein isbthe greatest scientist because Newton had no competitor or rival ya da Einstein hed rivals gibi bir şık
3. Ikinci bir Einstein a ihtiyac duyulur
When there us a need for groundbreaking idea ya da new thought gibi bir şey
4. Genius MORE SKILLED AND TALENTED THAN THE OTHERS

Spread across
Though
Utilizing

Dialogue
Accountant. What does it take to be an accountant
Radio presenter. Doctor. Why is your brain ban is different

1. evıdence that
2. completely clarify
3. dramatıc
4. ability to detect and dıscrımınate minute differences in the..
5. cope wıth
6. rests on
7. play a role ın/ information on ..
8. among women ... / based upon
9. ıntroduced / ıs
10. enable —- to be developed / possible to test
11. up to the recent times has survıved / may fınd
12. ın spıte of
13. so —- that
14. as some people have scented sweat , this attracts mosquitoes
15. so that it can reach its destination
16. although
cloze test-1
17. once learnt ...
18. fırmly established
19. despıte this retention
20. may be commıtted ...but
21. associated wıth
cloze test-2
22. utılızıng major sources
23. based upon
24. way to mass-produce
25. by means of individual and primitive
26. across
sentence completıon
27. while hunter-gatherers exist even today, theır era ended when the fırst agrıcultural socıetıes appeared.....
28. ... cities have the majority of population —— they need urban development and are under pressure for ınfrastructure ..
29. though antarctica is claimed by seven nations ..., theır terrıtorıes are not confırmed by ınternatıonal communıty
30. although there is no standard definition for smart phones, ıt has got multıple technologıcal functıons ın ıts basıc sense
31. ıt is not easy for a founder to sell their business, no matter how much money ıt promıses to make from a good deal
dıalogues
32. what does it mean in layman terms?
33. what does it take to be an accountant?
34. why is yours different from other brain banks —--? (beyin bağışı)
35. ı see you disagree with those saying that —-, don’t you? (zenginlerin boş zamanı)
36. scientists say just the opposite. (futbol maçında bahis )

CLOZE TEST 2: Büyük yazılan kelimeler doğru cevaplardır..
Reading does not come naturally; it is a difficult skill that must be acquired painfully. ONCE learnt however it is rarely, if ever, forgotten. So we do not have to worry about forgetting how to read because the skill is FIRMLY established in our long-term memory banks. DESPITE the retainment of the skill of reading in permanent memory, an entirely different type of memory is required during the active process of reading itself. While reading, we must retain a short-term “working memory” for what has just been read. Some of the information acquired while reading MAY BE COMMITTED to long-term memory, but much is remembered for just long enough to enable you to understand the text. Memories must somehow be asso


VOCABULARY
1. Evidence that dinosaurs …
2. not completely clarify
3. That we have the ability to detect and discriminate minute differences in the fat content of our food suggests that this abil-ity must have had considerable evolutionary importance.
4. rest on whether …
5. dramatic fall
6. cope with new experiences and relationships


TENSES AND VERBALS
1. have survived up to recently / may find
2. Kant introduced / is
3. has survived /may …
4. enabled them to be developed / is possible to test


CONNECTORS
1. in spite of (… still …)
2. as the polar ice melts and seas expand
3. so that it can reach its destination
4. so … that …


PREPOSITIONS
1. among women/ based upon
2. play a role in / information on


SENTENCE COMPLETION
1. while hunter-gatherers exist even today, their era ended when the first agricultural societies appeared 10,000 years ago.
2. ... the majority of the world population lives in cities, they are under pressure for infrastructure.
3. though Antarctica is claimed by seven nations, their territo-ries are not recognized by international community
4. although there is no standard definition for smart phones, it is just a phone with multiple advanced functions in its basic sense
5. it is not easy for a founder to sell their business, no matter how much money it promises to make from a good sales deal
6. Railways date back,…… it was in 1840 that they really gained ground
7. Children learn some lies are permitted or even encouraged. For example when somebody gives a gift they don’t really like they pretend to like it so as not the hurt the feelings of the other person.
8. After securing …, Thailand is an attractive place with its ability to recover …
9. When people are sad they don’t like to be encourage to be cheerful because it reminds them that their response doesn’t conform to social norms.
10. as some people have scented sweat , this allows insects to detect them from 45 m. especially attracting mosquitoes.

CLOZE 1 (INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION)
1. utilizing major sources
2. as opposed to individual and primitive production
3. this practice spread across the world
4. pioneered ways to mass-produce clocks and …
5. though it (mass manufacture) was not unknown in the South

CLOZE 2 (READING SKILL)

Reading does not come naturally; it is a difficult skill that must be acquired painfully. Once learnt however it is rarely, if ever, forgotten. So we do not have to worry about forgetting how to read because the skill is firmly established in our long-term memory banks. Despite the retention of the skill of reading in permanent memory, an entirely different type of memory is required during the active process of reading itself. While read-ing, we must retain a short-term “working memory” for what has just been read. Some of the information acquired while reading may be committed to long-term memory, but much is remembered for just long enough to enable you to understand the text. Memories must somehow be represented physically in the brain. Brain chemistry and structure is altered by experi-ence and the stability of these changes is associated with the retention duration of the memory. (Brain: A Very Short Intro-duction by Oxford)


TRANSLATION
1. uykusuzluk hemen hemen tüm meslekler özellikle gece vardi-yasında...
2. Wind simply means (basit anlatımıyla rüzgar…)
3. vücudumuzda 100 milyondan fazla mikrop olup çoğu bağır-sakta yaşar


1. READING (DROUGHT IN AUSTRALIA)
1. There is a sharp decline in livestock and agriculture
2. Main concern is to warn the USA about possible consequenc-es of droughts
3. Southern US and Australia have resemblance in geographical
4. It has a positive impact as it drawspublic attention to droughts

2. READING (EINSTEIN & NEWTON)
1. Author’s opinion is appreciating
2. Einstein is the greatest scientist because Newton had no competitor or rival ya da Einstein had rivals
3. We need a second Einstein When there is a need for ground-breaking idea ya da new thought
4. Genius more innovative (creative) and talented (skilled) than the others

3. READING (EDUCATION IN INDUSTRIAL COUNTRIES)

1. Title of the passage: Future of education in Industrial Coun-tries
2. Industrialized countries have to invest in education in order to compete with other countries
3. industrialized nations can’t compete with developing nations because they are cost-effective in terms of labor force.
4. at no time was education such a factor in inequality among people


4. READING (GLACIERS IN GREENLAND)

1. sea levels have increased (benim yanlış )
2. increase (accelerate)
3. consequences of glacier melting in Greenland
4. Zachariae Glacier will probably continue to melt


5. READING (FOLDSCOPE)
http://www.popsci.com/article/gadget...pe-less-dollar

In the Foldscope, invented by Stanford University engineers, creased paper creates a scaffold, which holds a lens and an LED in alignment. A microscope slide sits between them. As users peer at the sample, they flex the paper to adjust the lens and change the focus. The simple assembly can magnify objects more than 2,000 times. Lead developer Manu Prakash originally saw the Foldscope as an inexpensive way to diagnose disease in developing countries. But he soon realized it could also help excite a new generation of scientists. “You learn to appreciate the microscopic cosmos by actually exploring it yourself,” he says. To arm aspiring scientists with a crowd-sourced manual of experiments, the inventors launched a beta test. More than 11,000 applicants from 130 countries—ranging from six-year-olds to Nobel Laureates—volunteered to fold their own micro-scopes and use them for an original research project. They plan to study bee parasites, identify “micro-fossils” the size of sand grains, and more. Reproducing those experiments, Prakash hopes, will inspire students to then make their own discoveries. “In my mind, every biology book should have a Foldscope as the last page,” he says. “Because you’re not just imparting knowledge, you’re also imparting the tools to gain that knowledge.”

1. portable and made of paper
2. Initially developed to diagnose diseases in developing coun-tries
3. a great variety of people from 6 year olds to Nobel Prize winners
4. foster scientific thinking (excite a new generation of scien-tists)


DIALOGUES

1. Music is related to genes. What does it mean in layman terms? (Thanks to your inner ear’s structure, you can play an instrument without looking at the notes.)
2. what does it take to be an accountant? (names of the schools and universities preparing students)
3. It is the only one that compares young and old brains. (why is yours different from other brain banks)
4. I see you disagree with those saying that, don’t you? (leisure time of the rich) (I do. …)
5. Psychologists say just the opposite. (futbol maçında bahis)



IRRELEVANT

1. the hunt for Alzheimer medicine (3/4)
2. Tobacco and cotton (4)
3. Cuttlefish (4) (its skin is loaded with)
4.1. Ev bitkilerin bazı dönemlerde susuz bırakılıp dinlendirilme-leri lazım. 2. Bitkilerin az ışıklı/ışıksız ortamda dinlendirilmeleri gereklidir. 3. Susuz kalan bitkinin saksıdaki toprağı kurur ve büzüşür. (soil gets dry and compacted) 4. Tekrar sulandığında ise bitki birden gelişir. 5. Bu süre boyunca yeterli ışık sağlanmazsa beklenen gelişme gözlenmeyebilir.
5. Previous attempts have reduced heart transplants.


PARAGRAPH COMPLETION
1. In agricultural societies
2. instruments radar and tele-… (organisms in the air)
3. (Wolf therapy) … for those who are in the program
4. It depends on the value that an individual places on success

RE-WRITING
1. (obesity after smoking continues to kill people from prevent-able diseases) along with
2. Provided that… (Hypnotherapy)
3. Because of contamination of drinking water
4. (Crime rate) becoming more common


Kelime
1.Evidence
2.completely
3.discriminate
4.rest on
5.dramatic
6.cope with

Tense
1.to be developed / to test
2.introduced /is
3. has survived /may find

Bağlaç
1.although
As
So that
İn spite of
So…that

Prep
Among woman/ based upon
Role in / information on

Cloze 1.
Once
Firmly
Despite
May be commited
Associate with

Cloze 2
Utilize
To mass-produce
By means of
tough
across


Cümle Tamamlama
1.Railways date back,…… it was in 1840 that
2.hunter gatherer communites still exist, ------ hunter gatherer lifestyle ended 10.000 years ago
3. Children are permittted to lie ……. For example when somebody gives them a present
4.After securing …………, Thailand is attractive place
5.Cities are home to, ………….so they infrustructure
6. seven countries claim rights in Antarttica, however their territories are not recognized
7.When people are sad….., because it doesn’t conform to social norms
8. it is a difficult choice to …… no matter how much profitable the deal
9. Although smart phone ….. it is mobile phone with advanced functions
10. Bitter chocolate ………… since its price


Dialog
1.Layman's terms
2.There are many brain banks, why is yours different from other brain banks?
3. What does it take to be an accountant?
4.Pshylogists say just the opposite.
5. You disagree with what they say, don't you?




Roma Rakamları
1.the hunt for Alzheimer medicine
2. Toboco also
3.Cuttle fish 4. Cümle
4.






Paragraf Tamamlama
1.In agricultual societies, heavier women are preferred
2. these devices , radar
3. The treatment for those people in rehabilition
4. It depends on ….

Greenland Paragraf
1.accelerating - increasing
2. have increased the sea levels
3. will presumably retreat
4. The consequences of Glaciers melting



Foldscope Microscpe
1.Easy to carry
2. Initially it was for detecting diseases
3. for encouring young people to engage in science
4.

Intervention to Education
1.compete with other countries
2. education has never been more important than inequality
3. cost effective labour
4. Education and globalization

Australia Drought
1.There is a sharp decline in livestock and agriculture
2.The U.S. draw lesson
3.Southern US and Australia have resemblance in gegraphical
4.it helps to increase public awareness


Enstein
1.appreaciating
2. Einstein is the greatest scientist because Newton had no competitor or rival ya da Einstein had rivals
3. innovative and talented
4. when we need a very big vision

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