Adjectives and Adverbs Testleri 10
Adjectives and Adverbs Testleri 10
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A fearless explorer, Columbus turned out to be an ineffective administrator and a poor geographer.
It was Columbus’s geographical and administrative abilities rather than his courage that led to his success.
It turned out that Columbus was not as good an administrator as he was a geographer and an explorer.
If Columbus had been a more effective administrator and a better geographer, he would have been a more successful explorer.
Columbus’s courage as an explorer was not matched by his abilities in either geography or administration.
Although he was not a brave explorer, Columbus’s skill in administration and geography made up for his other deficiencies.
The Iranian authorities make little effort to attract foreign tourists, and most holiday makers respond with equal scorn to the idea of spending even a day in Iran.
If only the Iranian government made a little more effort, tourists would love to spend even a day there.
Neither the Iranian authorities nor the potential tourists think that Iran would make a good tourist destination.
No one wants to go to Iran on holiday even though the government has been trying to attract tourists.
The Iranian government is not interested in tourism much, and most potential tourists are just as happy not to consider going there at all.
Because of recent efforts by the government of Iran, it appears that holiday makers might begin spending a short time there.
Stopping drug smuggling requires vigilant control at a country's borders.
Points of entry into a country must be attentively monitored in order to put an end to the illegal import and export of drugs.
No matter how careful border guards are, it is extremely doubtful if drug smuggling can be stopped.
Officials at the borders must be selected very carefully if they are expected to put an end to drug smuggling.
In order to make a profit off the drug trade, smugglers must be careful when they cross borders.
It is unrealistic to expect to stop drug smuggling completely despite increasing controls at the borders.
A healthy diet is one of the best ways of avoiding heart disease.
The best way to avoid heart disease is by switching to a healthier diet.
One of the most effective strategies in the fight against heart disease is healthy eating.
Heart disease may well be caused by an improper diet.
The only way to be sure of not getting heart disease is by eating healthy food.
In rare cases, people with heart disease can be cured through healthy eating.
Developing countries are copying Western-style transport systems, particularly the problems they create.
Underdeveloped countries hope that Westem-style transport systems will help to solve their problems.
The trouble with the developing world copying transport systems from the West is that these systems are not very suitable for them.
If the Third World countries wish to develop properly, they need to adopt Western-style transport systems.
Developing countries are adopting the negative aspects of the transport systems of the Western world even more than the positive ones.
There are so few positive aspects to Westem-style transport systems that developing countries should not copy them.
There is hardly anything more unpleasant than a hot summer day in a city centre.
Few things can be more disagreeable than being in a city centre on a hot summer day.
It is hard to put up with summer, especially if you live in the city centre.
There are plenty of tilings that are worse than a hot summer day in the middle of a city.
If you look around, it is not hard to find other places as miserable as a city centre on a hot summer day.
City centres are more unpleasant in summer than at any other time of year.
The United States is almost completely dependent on the automobile.
The United States is practically totally reliant on the motor car.
Almost everyone in the United States has a reliable car.
The United States would come to a complete standstill without cars.
Most people in the United States want to own a dependable car.
There are more cars in the United States than anywhere else in the world.
During the next decade, the world population will estimably rise by at least half a billion people.
The world population has been rising at a rate of half a billion people every ten years.
The world population is expected to rise by no fewer than 500 million people in the next ten years.
As a general rule, every ten years, the world population rises by about 500 million.
It is feared that, in ten years, the world population could be much larger than it: is today.
Over the last ten years, the world population has risen by approximately 500 million people.
In the world we live in, the aggressive person, not the talented, is usually the one who gets a better job.
In today’s competitive world, it is the best qualified people who land the best jobs.
The reality in today's world is that talent usually takes second place to aggression in the job market.
In the current job market, forcefulness is normally rewarded with the best positions and highest pay.
You have a good chance of getting a good job with a high salary if you are violent and belligerent.
Aggressive people do not always get the best jobs with the highest pay.
When men first went into space in the late 1950s, everyone expected that space travel would develop far faster than it actually has.
Space travel at first developed at a remarkably fast rate after the first manned space flights of the late 1950s.
The late 1950s, when man first went into space, was a time of rapid development in space travel.
Most of the assumptions about the pace of development of space travel made in the late 1950s were correct.
It would have been impossible to meet the optimistic predictions about how rapidly space travel would develop after the late 1950s.
Compared to the predictions made in the late 1950s, at the time of the first manned space flights, the pace of development of space travel has been rather slow.
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