9.Sınıf test

Yayınlanma 12. Sınıf İngilizce Yazılı Soruları ve Testler

01  Inviting the fire-brigade to put out an imaginary, non-existent fire is a crude form of deception which no self-respecting person would ever ............. .

 

a. persecute          b. indulge in

 

c. prosecute          d. omit

 

e. outdo

 

   

 

 

 

 02  City born and city bred, I have always ............... the country as something you look at through a train window, as somewhere you occasionally visit during a weekend.

 

a. derived from         b. dominated        c. evacuated

 

d. regarded              e. concerned

 

   

 

 

 

 03  Some people keep talking about the friendly villagers, the unpolluted atmosphere, the .............. to nature that one feels and the gentle pace of living out there in the country.

 

a. homesickness      b. rhythm      c. replacement

 

d. closeness            e. nostalgia

 

   

 

 

 

 04  But they fail to mention the long and friendless winter evenings which are only interrupted by a(n) ............... visit to the local cinema -- virtually the sole form of entertainment.

 

a. occasional           b. sophisticated         c. steady

 

d. retrospective        e. apathetic

 

   

 

 

 

 05  If you can do without the few pastoral pleasures of the .............., you will find the city can provide you with the best that life can offer.

 

a. town          b. municipality        c. supercity

 

d. country      e. urban center

 

    

 

 

 

 06  Precautions of this sort are necessary, for it is impossible to foretell the exact nature of the difficulties which will .............. us.

 

a. surrender       b. spoil         c. confront

 

d. fortify             e. sacrifice

 

   

 

 

 

 07  After entering the cave and turning on their powerful arc-lights, they saw great stalagmites -- some of them over fifteen meters high -- rising up like tree trunks to meet the stalactites ............... from the roof.

 

a. balanced          b. scaled        c. suspended

 

d. weighed           e. hanged

 

   

 

 

 

 08  Acting on the contention that facts are .............. , reporters can cause untold suffering to individuals by publishing details about their private lives.

 

a. notorious          b. sacred       c. contradictory

 

d. cautionary        e. provocative

 

   

 

 

 

 09  As the family had eight previous children, all under age, life for them was a perpetual ............... against poverty in any case.

 

a. struggle         b. hostility        c. blunder

 

d. slander          e. exhaustion

 

   

 

 

 

 10  Newspapers and magazines offered huge sums of money to the proud parents for the ............... rights to publish their story.

 

a. entertaining        b. impulsive        c. fascinating

 

d. exclusive            e. humiliating

 

   

 

Doç. Dr. Yalçın İzbul,  http://www.ingilizce-ders.com

 

 11  It would never again be possible for them to lead normal lives. They had become victims of commercialization, for their names had ............... a market value.

 

a. equipped         b. acknowledged

 

c. required           d. acquainted

 

e. acquired

 

   

 

 

 

 12  Computers are the most efficient servants man has ever had and there is seemingly no limit to the way they can be used to ............... our lives.

 

a. initiate            b. transcend         c. graduate

 

d. exceed           e. improve

 

   

 

 

 

 13  The Scandinavian countries are much admired all over the world for their ............... social policies.

 

a. enlightened        b. obstructed        c. submissive

 

d. preparatory        e. conscripted

 

   

 

 

 

 14  Sweden has evolved an excellent system for protecting the individual citizen from high-handed or downright ............... public officials. [downright = düpedüz]

 

a. impotent          b. supporting        c. incompetent

 

d. innocuous        e. scolding

 

             

 

 

 

 15  The Swedes were the first to .............. that public officials like civil servants, police officers, health inspectors or tax collectors can make mistakes or act over-zealously in the belief that they are serving the public.

 

a. recognize        b. demand        c. fulfil

 

d. extract            e. communicate

 

   

 

 

 

 16  As long ago as 1809, the Swedish Parliament ............... a scheme to safeguard the interests of the individual.

 

a. illuminated       b. interpreted       c. incited

 

d. introduced        e. inflicted

 

   

 

 

 

 17  There was nothing in the records to show that the man's complaints were ............... and the Chief of Police stoutly denied the accusations.

 

a. perceptible       b. comprehensible       c. ornamental

 

d. justified            e. commonplace

 

   

 

 

 

 18  His lawyer ............... that a certain police officer had indeed dealt roughly with foreigners on several occasions.

 

a. persecuted        b. repealed        c. ascertained

 

d. persuaded         e. condescended

 

   

 

 

 

 19  In democratic countries, any efforts to restrict the freedom of the Press are rightly ............... .

 

a. relegated          b. withdrawn

 

c. published         d. condemned

 

e. retreated

 

   

 

 

 

 20  The guest who arrives half an hour too soon is the greatest ............... . Some people never seem to be able to cure themselves of that irritating habit all through their lives.

 

a. proximity          b. pretence        c. nutrition

 

d. nuisance          e. lottery

 

   

 

 

Benzer İçerikler