İNGİLİZCE DENEME SINAVI PRACTİCE EXAM 20
31-Whereas I really love the taste of coffee, …………. .
A)I can't stand it with milk and sugar
B)it is definitely my favourite hot drink
C)instant coffee is much easier to prepare
D)it is becoming increasingly popular in offices
E)it helps keep me awake when I have to work at night
32-……….., but with glasses, he can see as well as anybody.
A)Jeff used to wear contact lenses
B)Roy's eyesight is so bad that he's nearly blind
C)As a child, Richard's vision was perfect
D)Tim lost his glasses when he went camping
E)John leaves his glasses behind wherever he goes
33-Russia lost a lot of land when the Soviet Union broke up; ……….. .
A)nevertheless. not very many of them are very useful
B)even though many other things happened in the same year.
C)moreover, it is possible that they may try to find it again
D)in contrast, the rubble collapsed at the same time
E)however, it's still the largest country in the world
34-…………, which is a sport combining skiing and shooting.
A)I'm opposed to the use of guns in sport
B)Canadians traditionally do well in the biathlon
C)Every year many people die in hunting accidents
D)The Swedes have a skiing division in their army
E)More people die from guns in cold, snowy places
Read the passages and find the best mark the answers
The official language of the Czech Republic is Czech, a highly complex western
Slavic tongue. Any attempt from foreigners to speak Czech will be heartily
appreciated, so do not be discouraged if people fail to understand you, as most
will be accustomed to hearing foreigners stumble through their language. If you
don't know any Czech, brush up on your German, since, among the older
generation at least, it is still the most widely spoken second language.
Russian, once the compulsory second language has been practically wiped off the
school curriculum, and the number of English speakers has been steadily
increasing, especially among the younger generation.
is clear from the passage that…………. .
A)more Czechs speak German than any other foreign language
B)as their own language is so difficult, Czechs prefer German
C)everyone in the Czech Republic speaks several languages
D)Czechs usually laugh at foreigners who try to speak Czech
E)Czechs learn English during childhood and German later
36-The author informs us that……….. .
A)it is now illegal for Czechs to speak Russian
B)Czechs do not want to speak German as it reminds them of the German occupation
C)most Czech schools offer courses in the Russian language
D)the influence of Russia is still felt in certain areas of the Czech Republic
E)Czechs were once required to study Russian at school
37-This passage would most likely appear in ………… .
A)a grammar book of the Czech language
B)a history book of the Czech Republic
C) a book about English language teaching
D)a travel guide for the Czech Republic
E) an article on the social history of the Czech people
The religion of the Jewish people, Judaism, is based largely on the teachings of
Moses and other leaders as recounted in the Old Testament of the Bible. It is
significant for being the oldest monotheistic religion - belief in one supreme
being, which is given various names by the Jews themselves, including Yahweh,
Jehovah and God. The two other important sacred books are the Talmud and the
Torah, which contain the many laws and observances orthodox Jews are supposed to
keep. The principal festival is the Feast of Passover: the principal place of
worship is the synagogue and the priests are called Rabbis. Judaism is also
noted for being the religion from which Christianity and Islam developed. There
are about 14 million followers, about 3 million in Israel itself, and the
remainder distributed throughout the world.
38-The passage suggests that Judaism is an important religion because …………….. .
A)it has three gods, all of whom are extremely powerful
B)it has many laws that the orthodox must follow
C)Moses was brought up under Jewish tradition
D)it was the first religion to believe in a single god
E)it has the largest number of followers among the major religions
can be understood from the passage that………….. .
A)Yahweh and Jehovah are the names of Jewish holy writings
B)synagogues are rarely used these days, except by the orthodox
C)the constitution of Israel is based largely on the Torah
D)the job of the Rabbi is to enforce the law of the Talmud
E)the Jewish religion has at least three important sacred books
40-According to the passage, ………………… .
A)a large majority of the world's Jews live in Israel
B)Christianity and Islam have historical ties with Judaism
C)Judaism is the most common religion in the world
D)there is quite a strong Christian influence on Judaism
E)the Jewish religion is influenced by the teachings of both Islam and
Laws are the collection of rules by which any state maintains order within a
society. In Great Britain, the law-making process is conducted by Parliament.
Proposed new laws are presented as Bills and if, after debate, they are accepted
by a majority vote in the House of Commons, they duly become law. In Great
Britain, as in most countries, there are several distinct types of laws.
Constitutional law is concerned with the processes of the government itself
Company law deals with the operation of many of the nation's commercial and
financial activities. These are branches of State law, that is, laws made by
acts of Parliament. Common law, by contrast, is based on past decisions taken by
the courts on various issues.
41-The aim of laws, as described in the passage, is ……….. .
A)to punish people who insist on violating them
B)to secure the people's control of the government
C)to protect the government and people from chaos
D)to increase the government's authority over the people
E)to keep threats to the existence of the state under control
42-The author informs us that Constitutional law………….. .
A)cannot be changed by simple acts of Parliament
B)is composed of several distinct types of Bills
C)causes great concern to Members of Parliament
D)has little bearing on the government of Britain
E)is related to the way the government does its job
is stated In the passage, the difference between State and common laws is
A)State laws only effect Members of Parliament, not common people
B)common law was only valid in the past, while State law is still used
C)only State laws actually have financial consequences to the people
D)the former are made by acts of Parliament, the latter, by the courts
E) the latter is applied to common people, but not to parliamentarians
The term 'castle' is most commonly applied to the fortresses belonging to
European kings or important nobles during the Middle Ages. The first of this
type were built by the Normans in France, during the eleventh century. They were
constructed of wood and consisted simply of a tower built on a mound and stood
in a courtyard, which was surrounded by a fence and a ditch. By the twelfth
century, the wooden tower had given way to a stone one, containing living
accommodation for the whole
household, centred on the Great hall, and surrounded by a strong wall. As new
methods of attack developed, the outer fortifications became more elaborate in
order to withstand them.
can conclude from the passage that…………. .
A)a castle was a certain type of early defensive structure
B)every noble in the Middle Ages had his own castle
C)the first fortress was built in Europe in the Middle Ages
D)the first castle built by the Normans remained inhabited for a century
E)castles were used for defence, not as residences
The author makes it clear that in the12th century, …. .
A)the Normans became less influential in Europe
B)the towers were built of stone
C)a castle consisted only of a tower
D)a castle was still a residence only for the army
E)castles were strong enough to repel any attack
31.A 32.B 33.E 34.B 35.A 36.E 37.D
38.D 39.E 40.B
41.C 42.E 43.D 44.A 45.B
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