Yds İçin Gramer testi ( Alıştırma)
YDS İÇİN GRAMER TEST SORULARI
1 -………………..you’re your parents’ one shot at a genetic legacy, you may get to attend all the best schools, wear all the best clothes and eat all the best foods — at least relative to children in multiple-sibling households.
2 – Finally, the competition game requires subjects to perform a mathematical exercise — adding up randomly generated numbers …………..being graded for speed and accuracy.
D) even though
E) even if
3 – They have the choice of either being paid a small amount for every correct answer or 10 times that amount ……………..they compete with another player in the room and win.
E) as well
4 – They were less generous in the dictator game, passing on 40.1% of the money, compared with the 43.4% those born……… the one-child policy gave away.
A) by the time
B) by the way
5 – In personality tests administered after the games, one-child subjects scored much lower when asked to rate, on a scale of 0 to 100, ………………..they believed the sun would be shining the next day.
6 -………………… the fashion show had been surprisingly interesting, it seemed like quite a lot of anticipation for a 15-minute event.
7 – The one-child policy, which the researchers call “one of the most radical approaches to limiting population growth,” has in all respects, except the mere birthrate numbers, been a hash of unintended consequences.
A) of which
8 – For now, the one-child policy is still in place, ……….like any such ill-considered experiment in social engineering, it is being increasingly flouted, especially outside major cities like Beijing and Shanghai.
D) as well
9 – That would be a welcome — and long overdue — change, …….. one more regime learns one more time that there are some places policymakers simply shouldn’t tread.
10 -…………….the old “Made in America” often represented an inferior product, today, U.S. manufacturing not only represents superior craftsmanship, but also environmental benefits, a smaller carbon footprint, and an investment in American jobs.
A) As if
B) In case