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Kpss Lisans (CS) Yabancı Dil Testi (İNGİLİZCE)- KPSS Dersanesi, KPSS Sınavına Hazırlık
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Maliye Bakanlığı 25 uzman yardımcısı alacak
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2015 ODTÜ Akademik Parsonel Alımı
2015 ODTÜ Akademik Parsonel Alımı

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Kpss Lisans (CS) Yabancı Dil Testi (İNGİLİZCE)

Soru 1 - Despite the ---- of laws in society, its manifestation in the form of general codes first appears only around 3000 BC.

belief
belief
engagement
agreement
importance

Soru 2 - They certainly have a very ---- lifestyle: flying in private jets and staying in 5-star hotels around the world.

glamorous
challenging
defiant
enthusiastic
sustainable

Soru 3 - They reached their conclusion based ---- on evidence found at the site of the murder.

occasionally
constantly
primarily
gradually
intentionally

Soru 4 - In a recent press conference, the company ---- their plans to launch a new hybrid car in autumn.

originated
revealed
qualified
advised
contributed

Soru 5 - About 14,500 years ago, hunter-gatherers in the eastern Mediterranean ---- their migratory lifestyle and settled in villages.

turned into
broke off
put off
gave up
looked into

Soru 6 - In 1944, there was general acceptance and support for the ---- of the first International Monetary Fund and the World Bank to help stabilize the world economy.

setting up
making up
taking up
holding up
bringing up

Soru 7 - Physical training ---- muscles in several ways and ---- the functioning of the heart and the respiratory system.

is altering / has improved
alters / improves
had altered / would improve
altered / must have improved
has been altering / will improve

Soru 8 - Since the 1990s we ---- more research on child development that ---- the limitations of earlier work in the field of developmental psychology

have been seeing / would recognize
had seen / recognized
saw / could recognize
see / will recognize
have seen / recognizes

Soru 9 - Deflation is a situation where the prices ---- goods in an economy are, ---- average, falling rather than rising.

at / from
for / in
in / within
of / on
from / of

Soru 10 - He accepts some responsibility ---- being part of an industry that designed devices he now believes are hazardous ---- people’s health.

from / on
of / in
on / by
in / about
for / to

Soru 11 - Buying books would be a good thing ---- one could also buy the time to read them in.

so
since
if
as
but

Soru 12 - Freud’s favourite way of understanding his patients was dream interpretation, ---- he encouraged people to talk without restraint about their dreams.

but
while
although
so
before

Soru 13 - The world is changing ---- rapidly now ---- there is no guarantee you will have a job for life, nor that the company you join will continue to exist.

so / that
as / as
such / as
more / like
much / than

Soru 14 - Supposing the doctor were to decide later this year that stronger medicine is needed, ----?

Supposing the doctor were to decide later this year that stronger medicine is needed, ----?
Supposing the doctor were to decide later this year that stronger medicine is needed, ----?
could she afford to buy it
when would the patient decide
will the patient be making an appointment

Soru 15 - By the time he boarded the plane, ----.

he had probably spent a lot more time on in-flight games
the plane was flying at an altitude of 10 thousand feet
he had already got to know eight important business people
the discount business class ticket was still very expensive
changing planes in a busy airport was a headache for him

Soru 16 - ---- that absorbs energy from the Sun’s rays and uses it to make food.

Roots of the plant are nourished with water
Plants are grown in large containers
Some chemicals control plant growth
Plants are unique in their ability to produce food
A leaf is often a flat structure

Soru 17 - t is doubtful that the proposal will be accepted in the parliament ----.

unless there are more important matters to consider
since it would be considered a tax increase by many
after the parliament resumes the new year’s budget-making
while federal programs must be paid for by federal funding
whereas the proposal itself is never discussed by the committee

Soru 18 - ----, it generally refers to elite kinds of artistic works such as operas, poetry, classical music and serious novels.

When the term “culture” is used in connection with the arts
As culture involves the transmission of specific ideas
Although we may not understand every culture we encounter
Since language is the most essential element of the culture
As long as culture deals with the written forms of literature

Soru 19 - ----, modern grand pianos have metal frames with heavier strings and can be played much more loudly.

Since the only instrument symbolizing the Romantic period is the piano
Whereas some pianos have a third central pedal like that of a tambourine
Though many orchestral works are arranged for the piano
While early pianos are largely made of wood and have a delicate sound
As the glockenspiel piano requires years of training to master

Soru 20 - It can be inferred from the passage that ----.

Japan is well-equipped to overcome the difficulties of any disaster, natural or man-made
the prime minister largely appears to understand the complexities of life in tsunami-ravaged areas
Japan’s central, as well as local government officials, have been working together to address the tsunami-related problems
the central government has failed to act appropriately to solve the problems caused by the tsunami
politicians have been spending all tax money collected to help tsunami affected-regions

Soru 21 - According to the passage, one solution offered to stop the loss of population and industrial strength is to ----.

restore the powers of the central government
let the prime minister deal with the issue
regulate the assets of the central government
decide where new industry should be located
provide the local governments with more power

Soru 22 - As it is stated in the passage, Japan’s top-down economy ----.

allows the bureaucrats to observe the seriousness of the situation in remote regions
does not enable effective communication between the government and the local administrators
lets those in Tokyo see the complexities of life in urban areas
encourages the de-populated towns to join forces and share the limited budget
makes it possible for the local leaders to make their own decisions in times of disaster

Soru 23 - According to the writer of the passage, it would be completely wrong for Japan to ----

try and make up for the lost year
focus on the complexities of the situation
rebuild what existed before the tsunami
seize the opportunity to rebuild the nation
spend its money on restructuring

Soru 24 - (I) In the 20 th century, the new science of psychology seemed to challenge the idea of free will. (II) However, brain scanners and our ability to interpret them are extremely useful. (III) Freud’s theory of unconscious drives suggested that the causes of some of our actions are not what we think they are. (IV) And then along came neuroscience, which is often thought to diminish the importance of free will even more. (V) The more we find out about the workings of the brain, the less room there seems to be in it for any kind of autonomous, rational self.

I
II
III
IV
V

Soru 25 - I) The biggest industrial project on the Kenyan coast will be to the north in the Lamu region. (II) At a spot now occupied by a Kenya-US naval base, a super-port capable of handling huge container ships is due to be built. (III) A motorway and railway will move its goods to Ethiopia and Uganda, and oil will flow the other way. (IV) On arid land now inhabited by the hunter-gatherer Boni people, a new city will arise with 2 million people and an international airport. (V) Kenya’s population has grown from 8 million in 1963 to 43 million today, and incomes are rising steadily

I
II
III
IV
V

Soru 26 - (I) Tourism takes people to new places and broadens their understanding and knowledge of other cultures and environments. (II) This is an educational process and is an important part of the industry. (III) New sporting venues, entertainment facilities, and restaurants are just some of the many positive side-effects that tourism creates for the local population. (IV) If directed properly, this education can lead to a greater awareness, sympathy and admiration for other societies. (V) This cultural exchange can help foster peace among different cultures.

I
II
III
IV
V

Soru 27 - (I) The world’s most ambitious solar power project is scheduled to begin in Morocco. (II) The plan is to use solar panels across the Sahara Desert to make use of the Sun’s rays, which shine there all year round. (III) The destination seems to be ideal for a holiday in the sun. (IV) Because North Africa’s sunlight is so intense, solar panels used by this project could generate up to three times the electricity produced by similar projects in Northern Europe. (V) By 2050, this system could supply 15-20% of Europe’s electricity requirements.

I
II
III
IV
V
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