KIRKLARELİ ÜNİVERSİTESİ ERASMUS DİL SINAVI -ÖRNEK SORULARBU TESTTE 50 SORU VARDIR. 1. - 7. sorularda, cümlede boş bırakılan yerlere uygun düşen sözcük ya da ifadeyi bulunuz. 7. Turkish TV soap operas --- so popular in Arabic World that the shows --- a boom in tourism from the Middle East to Turkey. 1. The cuisine of the countries of Black Africa is little known in Europe, since it --- ingredients difficult to obtain elsewhere, such as the meats of zebra and camel. A) puts on B) cuts off D) clears out C) sets up E) calls for 2. I am quite happy about the exam result because I had so few --- in the exam. A) answers B) assignments D) mistakes choose D) enclose had become / have driven D) become / had driven E) will become / were driving 8. He often visited the museums in London --- his long stay in England. A) during B) while D) E) although A) as / as E) liked B) comprehend C) neither / nor E) either / or 10. Every day brings a new story --- the positive effects or dangers of what is --- our plates. C) sign A) through / at E) allocate B) off / into D) without / around C) about / on E) from / by 11. Baseball is a bat-and-ball game played between two teams of nine players --- take turns batting and fielding. A) agreements A) when B) sheets D) collaborations B) such / as D) the more / the more 6. If you had listened to the --- precisely, you wouldn’t have lost your way. C) instructions despite C) on 9. All cargo passing through the European Union is subject to one security control, --- at the origin of the shipment --- at the destination of cargo. C) lost 5. I don’t want to attend Prof. Ayşe’s lecture today as her lectures are always so hard to ---. A) C) E) confident B) recognized D) notified became / will drive 8. - 14. sorularda, cümlede boş bırakılan yerlere uygun düşen sözcük ya da ifadeyi bulunuz. C) excited 4. I --- interest in the conference because I couldn’t understand what the lecturer was talking about. A) hit B) E) notes B) spectacular D) handsome have become / are driving C) puzzles 3. If you plan to go to Greece, you should visit Nafplio which includes --- architecture. A) curious A) B) in which D) whose C) of which E) who 12. Elvis Presley was nominated --- 14 Grammys and won three, receiving the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award at age 36. A) in E) notifications B) on D) for 1 C) at E) to Diğer sayfaya geçiniz. 13. Farm employment in China is --- high --- only 15 per cent of the workers are available to carry on trade, commerce and manufacturing. A) as / as B) either / or C) neither / nor D) so / that A) visiting plays a huge role in traditional Turkish social life E) as / that 14. --- some pronounce Elvis’s surname "PREZ-lee", Presley himself used the pronunciation of the American South, "PRESS-lee". A) In spite of B) Although D) Likely 20. Whereas in rural areas visitors may arrive unannounced at any time, ----. C) As if E) However B) you should not except friends to give you presents C) many rural women spend great time on socializing D) you need to always have a cake ready to be served E) city dwellers ring their friends before dropping in on them 21. He seems as if he is interested in the lecture ---. 15. - 19. sorularda, aşağıdaki parçada numaralanmış yerlere uygun düşen sözcük ya da ifadeyi bulunuz. The Spanish are famous for (15) --- natural sociability and appetite for life. They (16) --- to put as much energy into enjoying their lives as they do into their work. The (17) --- lazy Spaniard is a myth known by everybody, but many people fit their work to the demands of the social lives, rather than be ruled by the clock. The day is quite long in Spain, and the Spanish have a word, madrugada, for the time between day and night, (18) --- the city streets are still full of people enjoying (19) ---. A) if he hadn’t been engaged in something else B) when he had fun listening to the lecturer C) but was powerless to go anywhere D) before he went to hospital to his father E) but in fact he is thinking of his girlfriend 22. The flight attendant wasn’t sure ---. A) that everybody fastens their seat belts B) what did the man say to her 15. A) have B) having C) to have D) had E) has 16. C) when the plane would take off D) whether she is off today A) knew B) have known D) are knowing C) are known E) had known 17. E) the fact that she would be fired in a short term 23. Dreams may be the expression of fears and desires ---. A) that people have sought meaning in dreams A) typical B) dominant D) unpleasant C) challenging E) handsome 18. B) which is also called the study of dreams C) as there are many misconceptions about the dreams D) that we are not conscious of while we are awake A) where B) who C) when D) which E) whose 19. A) theirs B) their own C) them E) whether it happens during REM sleep 24. Lots of students often drop out of courses at university ---. A) when they were very determined to pass all of them D) themselves E) they B) as they are diligent in projects 20. - 24. sorularda, verilen cümleyi uygun şekilde tamamlayan ifadeyi bulunuz. C) because they get good grades in exams D) although the courses are above their level E) since they have to work due to life conditions 2 Diğer sayfaya geçiniz. 25. - 28. sorularda, verilen İngilizce cümleye anlamca en yakın Türkçe cümleyi bulunuz. 25. The Erasmus students should prepare their necessary documents before they depart from their home country. A) Erasmus öğrencisi olmak için gerekli belgeleri gitmeden önce hazırlamak gerekir. B) Erasmus öğrencileri kendi ülkelerinden ayrılmadan önce gerekli belgelerini hazırlamalıdırlar. C) Erasmus öğrencisi olarak kendi ülkenden başka yere gidiyorsan, gerekli belgeleri yanında götürmelisin. D) Erasmus öğrencileri kendi ülkelerinden ayrılmadan önce önemli belgeleri hazırlayacaklardır. 28. To be aware of our responsibilities helps us a lot during all the procedures in Erasmus programme. A) Sorumluluklar bizi Erasmus programında başarıdan başarıya sürükler. B) Erasmus programında başarılı olabilmek için sorumluluklarımızı bilmeliyiz. C) Sorumluluklarımızı bilmek bize Erasmus programının tüm süreçlerinde yardımcı olur. D) Sorumluluklarımızın farkında olmak bize Erasmus programının tüm süreçlerinde çok yardım eder. E) Erasmus programının sorumluluklarını yerine getirmemizde tüm süreçler bize yardım eder. E) Erasmus öğrencileri kendi ülkelerinden ayrılırken yanlarında belgelerini götürmelidirler. 26. Do not forget to have your Confirmation Sheet signed as soon as you arrive at your host university. A) Misafir üniversitene varır varmaz Teyit Belgeni imzalatmayı unutma. B) Misafir olunan üniversitede Teyit Belgesini almayı unutma. C) Misafir üniversitede imzalanacak evraklar arasında Teyit Belgesini unutmamalısın. D) Kendi üniversitende Teyit Belgesini imzalatmayı unutma. E) Yurtdışındaki üniversiteye vardığında belgelerini imzalatmalısın. 29. - 32. sorularda, verilen Türkçe cümleye anlamca en yakın İngilizce cümleyi bulunuz. 29. Eğer yurtdışında Erasmus kapsamında staj yapmak istiyorsan, staj yerini kendin bulmalısın. A) If you want to do traineeship in the scope of Erasmus, you should find your traineeship place by yourself. B) When you wish to do traineeship by yourself, you could do it with Erasmus. C) In the scope of Erasmus, you can do traineeship. D) You should do traineeship by yourself in the scope of Erasmus if you want to find a place. E) You can complete your traineeship in the scope of Erasmus. 27. For visa application, you should apply for visa at least two months before your departure. 30. Vize alır almaz ayırttığım uçak biletlerimi satın aldım. A) Gitmeden iki ay önce vizeye başvurmalısınız. A) I bought my plane tickets as I booked them. B) Gidişinizden önce vizeye başvururken iki ay beklemelisiniz. B) As soon as I got visa I bought my plane tickets which I had booked. C) Vize başvurusu için, gidişinizden en az iki ay önce vizeye başvurmalısınız. C) I wish I had booked my plane tickets before getting visa. D) En az iki ay önce, vizeye başvurmalısınız. E) Vize başvurusu için, gidişinizden iki ay önce vizeye başvurmalısınız. D) To book plane tickets in advance is important for getting visa. E) As soon as I booked my plane tickets, I got visa. 3 Diğer sayfaya geçiniz. 31. Türkiye’nin kuzey batısında yer alan Kırklareli peyniri ve köftesi ile ünlü bir şehirdir. A) I can help you achieve that goal. Let’s just plan a small trip to somewhere not so far from here but still something very different from what you’re used to. A) Kırklareli is a beautiful city which is located in the north east of Turkey. B) I can’t believe that you’ve never left this town. I’m sure that there’ll be many chances for you to travel as you’re young and still studying. B) Kırklareli is in the south west of Turkey and it is famous for its cheese and meat. C) I’ve seen many parts of the world, and I must admit that no other country compares to my own. C) Kırklareli which is famous for its cheese and meat is located in the east of Turkey. D) Kırklareli is located in the north west of Turkey, and it is famous for its cheese and meat. D) You’ve an interest in exploring more of what the world can offer, but it might be dangerous for a person at your age to go to a distant place alone. E) Kırklareli which is located in the north west of Turkey is a famous city with its cheese and meatball. E) If you haven’t travelled yet, then it seems that you won’t have many chances to do so in the future. 32. Türkiye Erasmus programından yararlanan Avrupa ülkeleri arasında 3. sıradadır. 34. John: - ... A) Turkey is at the 3rd place among the European countries benefiting from Erasmus programme. Mary: - Are you having problems with concentrating? B) Turkey takes the 3rd place in Europe benefiting from Erasmus programme. John: - Yes, but even without any distractions, I can’t seem to focus intensely on anything for more than half an hour. C) Among Europe countries, Turkey is at the 3rd place. D) Turkey, which is at the 3rd place, benefits from Erasmus programme in Europe. Mary: - Actually, that’s perfectly normal. Most people can only focus for 20 to 30 minutes. E) Among the countries benefiting from the Erasmus programme in Europe, Turkey takes the 3rd place. A) The new boss has introduced a very strict regime. He’s even stopped our coffee breaks. B) I’m finding the new job quite challenging, but my colleagues are so helpful that we generally work in collaboration with each of us. 33. - 36. sorularda, karşılıklı konuşmanın boş bırakılan kısmını tamamlayabilecek ifadeyi bulunuz. C) I’ve just been promoted, but I’m not really sure if this is really what I want to do. 33. Tom: -One of the most exciting things about travelling is seeing how big the world actually is. D) There’s so much going on at work. I don’t seem to be able to finish anything. Susan: -That sounds wonderful, but I’ve never had the chance to leave my hometown yet. I hope that someday I experience this feeling. E) It’s such a dull place to work, because there is no entertainment of any kind, and it’d be better for me to leave this job soon. Tom: -... Susan: - I really appreciate your support. I’ll need to save up some money and ask my parents, but maybe this is a possibility for us to consider in the near future. 4 Diğer sayfaya geçiniz. 35. Robert: -Did you call Jim last night? 37. - 40. sorularda, cümleler sırasıyla okunduğunda parçanın anlam bütünlüğünü bozan cümleyi bulunuz. Jennifer: - Yes. I tried to talk with him last night about the exam on Friday, but he wasn’t at home whenever I called. Robert: -.... Jennifer: -Right. That didn’t come to my mind. A) He said he would play football with his friends. B) What did he say about his grade? 37. (I) It is a popular belief that our blood type influences our personalities. (II) For example, people with type A are thought to be anxious perfectionists while those with type B are cheerful and eccentric. (III) There is no biological reason for this, and the number of research on the issue is inadequate. (IV) Your blood type is a question of which surface proteins are attached to your red blood cells. (V) In fact, most of us behave with a mixture of all the blood-type personality traits. A) C) How did you find him then? D) You’re wrong. He was at home last night. E) As far as I know he didn’t go out. 36. Mark: -What are you doing here? I thought you were outside the city. Tom: -That was some time ago. I guess we haven’t seen each other for a while. A) C) I just came back from Portugal with my project team. D) Yes, it’s one of the best colleges in this neighbourhood. E) Hi Mark. I was just getting a copy of my records sent to Universidade do Porto. C) III D) IV E) V I B) II C) III D) IV E) V 39. (I) Money is perhaps the most basic building-block in economies, and it has several functions. (II) It is a medium of exchange and easily traded for goods and services. (III) In addition, people save and use it for consumption in the future, so it is a store of value. (IV) Also, it is a unit of account, a useful measuring stick. (V) Throughout history, a variety of items like tea, salt and cattle have been used as a unit of account. A) Have you heard that my sister’s been attending to Universidade do Porto. B) I’m not sure. My parents are planning to send me to Universidade do Porto. B) II 38. (I) There are differences between what men and women do with the Internet when they are online. (II) By 2005, however, men and women were making use of the Internet in almost equal numbers. (III) Women tend to use it to search for health and medical information, maps and religious information. (IV) Men, on the other hand, rely on it more for weather reports, sports results and news. (V) According to statistics from the US, women also use e-mail for different purposes than men. Tom: -... Mark: - Universidade do Porto? Last I heard, you were going to somewhere else. I A) I B) II C) III D) IV E) V 40. (I) Pregnancy is an important time for both mother and baby, which is why mothers should get special care to live right so that their children can be born healthy enough. (II) That is relatively easy when it comes to things women can control like eating well. (III) Clearly, pregnant women who abuse alcohol put their babies at risk of a wide range of birth defects. (IV) But what about pollution in the air they breathe? (V) In the first study of its kind, researchers report that expectant mothers’ exposure to pollutants can lead to a dramatic increase in the risk of anxiety problems in their children at age 6. A) 5 I B) II C) III D) IV E) V Diğer sayfaya geçiniz. 43. Jazz is a music genre that originated at the beginning of the 20th Century, arguably earlier, within the African American communities of the Southern United States. Its roots lie in the combining by African-Americans of certain European harmony and form elements, with their existing African-based music. ---- . From its early development until the present day, jazz has also incorporated elements from popular music especially, in its early days, from American popular music. 41. - 44. sorularda, boş bırakılan yere, parçada anlam bütünlüğünü sağlamak için getirilebilecek cümleyi bulunuz. 41. The Egyptian hieroglyphic alphabet consists of ideograms. They are signs used as direct representations of concepts such as ‘sky’ or ‘man’. Hieroglyphs are also used as phonetic signs representing the whole or part of a word. ---- For instance, the writing of simple words such as ‘goose’ or ‘head’ was an artistic exercise as well as an act of communication. A) Nowadays, jazz is really popular among the young generation B) In American history, it has a very strong impact. A) The written word has a tendency to obscure the archaeological evidence. C) Its African musical basis is evident in its use of blue notes, improvisation, polyrhythm, syncopation and the swung note B) The process of eating was symbolized with a man holding his hand up to his mouth. D) In a 1988 interview, trombonist J. J. Johnson said, "Jazz is restless. It won't stay put and it never will" C) However, some of the temples in southern Egypt were left undecorated. E) Usually such music was associated with annual festivals D) Another function of the hieroglyphs was to decorate important buildings and sculptures. 44. The Erasmus Programme is a European Union (EU) student exchange programme established in 1987. It forms a major part of the EU Lifelong Learning Programme 2007–2013. The Programme is named after --- , known as an opponent of dogmatism, who lived and worked in many places in Europe to expand his knowledge and gain new insights. At the same time, ERASMUS is a backronym meaning EuRopean Community Action Scheme for the Mobility of University Students. E) In addition, hieroglyphs served as a starting point for neighbouring writing systems. 42. After a couple of minutes a man sat down opposite me. There was nothing special about him, except that he was very tall. In fact he looked like a typical city businessman. --- . I didn’t say anything and I carried on with my crossword. Suddenly he reached across the table, opened my biscuit, took one, dipped it into his coffee and popped it into his mouth. A) the English writer Desiderius Erasmus B) the Dutch philosopher Desiderius Erasmus A) I always do my crossword C) the Dutch sportsman Desiderius Erasmus B) I hit him suddenly D) the German businessman Desiderius Erasmus C) I ran away as soon as I saw him E) the Italian discoverer Desiderius Erasmus D) I made up my mind to talk to him E) You know dark suit, black suitcase and umbrella 6 Diğer sayfaya geçiniz. In the history of archaeology, the sites of Pompeii and Herculaneum, lying at the foot of Mount Vesuvius in Italy, hold a very special place. Even today, when so many major sites have been systematically excavated, it is an emotional experience to visit these wonderfully preserved Roman cities. Pompeii’s fate was sealed on the momentous day in August AD 79 when Vesuvius erupted, an unfortunate event described by the Roman writer, the younger Pliny. The city was buried under several meters of volcanic ash, which resulted in deaths of many inhabitants due to lack of air. Herculaneum nearby was covered with volcanic mud. There the cities lay, known only from occasional chance discoveries, until the advent of early archaeology in the th early 18 century. In 1710, the prince of Elboeuf had the good luck to discover the ancient theatre of Herculaneum. Yet, he was mainly interested in works of art for his collection and removed these without any record of their location. Such acts continued for over 100 years, and it was th not until the late 19 century that well-recorded archaeological excavations began. 45. - 50. soruları aşağıdaki parçalara göre cevaplayınız. Originally grown in China, rice has a number of qualities that made it attractive to early farmers. It yielded more than other early domesticated grains like wheat and barley. The low moisture content of its seed allowed for easy drying and long storage, and the seeds resisted bruising and were easily transported. Rice cultivation gradually spread from eastern Asia, very likely facilitated by the ancient Persians whose empire stretched from Central Asia into Western Europe. For the ancient Greeks, it was an expensive import, not a dietary staple. When first introduced in Britain, rice was valued as a medicine. Rice reached the Americas by the 1650s, most likely on trade ships, by African slaves, and it turned into a major cash crop in the Carolinas within a century. Soon rice was being grown widely in the southern United States and South America. Today, rice is a dietary staple for about half of the world’s population. Developed into more than 8,000 varieties, including genetically-engineered varieties, it is traded as a commodity on local and world markets. 48. It can be understood from the passage that the author ---. A) has visited Pompeii and Herculaneum several times since the excavations there were finished 45. It is clearly stated in the passage that early farmers preferred rice production as it ---. B) has been regarded as an influential archaeologist in Italy A) was a more nutritional crop than wheat C) is of the opinion that Italy is still not successful at saving its archaeological sites B) cost less than other agricultural grains C) was abundant in quantity and could be easily preserved D) thinks that the sites around Mount Vesuvius are important places in archaeological aspects D) had been the primary source of income for most of them E) considers Pompeii to be more interesting than Herculaneum E) could be grown almost in any type of soil 49. According to the passage, the eruption of Vesuvius in AD 79 ---. A) caused Pompeii and Herculaneum to remain undiscovered until the 18th century 46. According to the passage, in early times, rice ---. A) owed a lot to the ancient Persians and Africans for its spread to different parts of the world B) paved the way for a major archaeological investigation B) was the main food of the noble people in Greece and Persia C) postponed the development of archaeology to the 18th century C) was sold as a commodity in Britain rather than being used for medical purposes D) has been described in detail by the remarkable historians of the time D) was part of the diet of the farmers and workers in Persia E) was not as deadly as the eruptions of the other volcanoes in Italy E) was not known by African slaves until they were brought to America 50. It can be inferred from the passage that ---. A) Pliny’s descriptions led to well-planned excavations in the site of Herculaneum 47. What could be the best title for the passage? A) Worldwide Rice Sales B) the prince of Elboeuf had little interest in preserving the ancient past C) archaeology, as we know it today, started in 1710 B) Rice from the Past to the Present C) Ice: Key to a Healthy Diet D) Mount Vesuvius has erupted many times in the course of history D) Genetically Modified Danger: Rice E) volcanic ash was the only material emitted from Mount Vesuvius E) The Cultivation of Rice in Asia 7 Diğer sayfaya geçiniz. Test bitti, cevaplarınızı kontrol ediniz. ERASMUS YABANCI DİL (İNGİLİZCE) SINAVI CEVAPLARI 1. E 11. E 21. E 31. E 41. D 2. D 12. D 22. C 32. A 42. E 3. B 13. D 23. D 33. A 43. C 4. C 14. B 24. E 34. D 44. B 5. B 15. B 25. B 35. A 45. C 6. C 16. C 26. A 36. E 46. A 7. A 17. A 27. C 37. D 47. B 8. A 18. C 28. D 38. B 48. D 9. E 19. D 29. A 39. E 49. A 10. C 20. E 30. B 40. C 50. B 8 Diğer sayfaya geçiniz.