İngilizce Pratik Testleri 12
İngilizce Pratik Testleri 12
İngilizce Pratik Testleri Çöz
Tebrikler - İngilizce Pratik Testleri 12 adlı sınavı başarıyla tamamladınız. Sizin aldığınız skor %%SCORE%% en yüksek skor %%TOTAL%%. Hakkınızdaki düşüncemiz %%RATING%%
Yanıtlarınız aşağıdaki gibidir.
.............They're hence raised in greenhouses where the air is moist. After they're purchased, they move to the relative desert-like atmosphere of the home or office. Some can adapt to the drier climate, hut most would benefit from some extra humidity. Thus, at home, you should place plants in the kitchen or bathroom, where the humidity is normally higher. Grouping plants is also a way to help them grab extra humidity from the air.
A plant's basic requirements can be met by trying to match as closely as possible its native environment
Many indoor plants have tropical origins and demand humidity
Two factors contribute to the success of the huge number of species grown today as houseplants
Basic care is sometimes not enough to keep houseplants healthy
People love to grow indoor plants such as begonias and lithops
There are many past activities that we are about to forget. One of them is, unfortunately, home baking. Making fresh bread is a simple yet rewarding and relaxing undertaking, so it is tragic that modem demands on people’s time leave little opportunity to enjoy making bread at home...............Should such a trend not gain in popularity, bread making in the home will remain yet another casualty of modernism.
Perhaps, as people begin to long for simpler lives, we will see a revival in home baking
Actually, with a little practice, whipping up a fresh loaf is not nearly so time consuming as many people believe
New bread making machines are a current fad. but they are no substitute for the old fashioned way
The most difficult part of making bread yourself is getting the yeast just right, so that the bread will rise
Just when people started eating only shop-bought bread is not certain, but the transformation is now almost complete
Since the time of the Gold Rush in 1849, California has had a reputation for attracting ambitious, strange, eccentric and absolutely crazy people. The myth was revived in the 1960s when California became a centre of counter-culture.............One of the stories, though not the most logical, states that all unhappy people end up going to the West because they think life will be better and happier there.
The Spanish gave up California without a fight because they thought everyone there was crazy
California has been the fastest-growing state ever since it was admitted into the Union
The movie industry chose Hollywood as its base, believing that California was the most magical place in the world
The heaviest concentration of population is in southern California
Trying to explain why California attracted the unusual, people began to devise explanations
Because they harbour great concentrations of biodiversity, coral reefs have been called the rain forests of the sea. Hundreds of species of corals and fishes are found on a single reef. ..............Ironically, however, reefs have been far less studied than tropical rainforests until recently. To draw the world's attention to the importance of coral reefs, governments, organisations and individuals have begun working with determination and enthusiasm. They even managed to declare 1997 as the International Year of the Reef.
Studies are conducted on reefs off the coasts of places like Jamaica, southern Japan and Kenya
Scientists estimate that 10 percent of the world’s coral reefs have been lost, and 30 percent are under threat
Among the most alarming threats to reefs is the increase in destructive fishing practices
These undersea ecosystems may even exceed tropical rain forests as the most species-rich places on the Earth
Increases in temperature of only one or two degrees can stress corals
By the time we reached Calcutta, it seemed that fame of our astonishing bird Charlie, a talking cockatoo, had spread ahead of us, A multitude of magnificently turbaned Sikhs were on the public square awaiting the awesome appearance of the babbling bird. Charlie performed true to form. He bowed to greet his spectators...............Charlie laughed the loudest and his new followers pressed their palms together in the traditional sign of respect.
After going through his usual routine of jokes, insults and exclamations, without warning, he pretended to fall asleep
I could swear he said something witty in Hindi because all the bearded men laughed and nodded knowingly
Sitting down on a chair with a cup of tea, Charlie tipped his hat, then suddenly sprung to his feet and performed an elaborate tap dance
Tired from the long journey from Bangkok, Charlie could only speak a few of his least impressive phrases
As no one there could understand what he said, they weren’t so amazed at his skill as I had hoped
Even though billions of dollars are dedicated to research on how to solve cosmetic problems such as baldness or cellulite, there are still deadly diseases in need of vaccine. Malaria is a prime example............Yet private drug companies, busy with water-resistant mascaras or fat reduction creams, have shown little interest in developing a malarial vaccine.
Private drug companies are struggling without success to tame this most virulent of viruses
Quinine therapy dramatically improves the condition of a person suffering from malaria
The disease kills hundreds of thousands of people every year
An earlier study of the vaccine in South America reported a reduced infection rate
Several private firms are dedicating massive resources to the project
.............This is the time when untested ropes part, and poorly tied knots come undone or jam tight. In the last minute rush of loading for sea, hours are wasted searching for items that have been buried. So it was with us, but as we picked up the northeast monsoon winds, the chaos gradually subsided, and life aboard took on a certain rhythm.
It is a general rule of deepwater sailing voyages that the first few days are the most frustrating
It is always fun to watch the silly things people do when they do not understand about ropes or knots
I always worry most about the first few moments of a flight, just after take-off
Trekking can be the best way to see the countryside, but if a few simple precautions are not taken, the first few days can be difficult
It is always important in preparing for a voyage to sort your ropes properly before you set off
The number of people living on the Earth has doubled five times during modem times. Despite this growth in world population over the past two hundred years, food production has managed to keep pace somehow.................While one group says production rate can adapt itself to the population growth, the other claims it is impossible to feed an enormous population with limited natural sources.
If the population of the world does not slow in the future, there won’t be enough food to feed all
Whether this trend will continue is a matter of heated debate among economists and demographic experts
Food is the most important issue for the growing numbers of human beings
The greatest key to national security and survival is probably a reliable food supply, not weapons
Improvements in food production is one of the great achievements of technology
Once upon a time, there was a lazy shepherd who loved to indulge in fantasies rather than looking after his herd. Laying on his back, the young shepherd daydreamed of far-away lands as he gazed at the passing clouds. He loved to take these little mental journeys.................Awakening with a sparrow that perched on his forehead, he leapt to his feet to see that his flock had wandered far and wide.
He used to find it hard to stay awake particularly when he hadn’t had a good night’s sleep
One of his sheep approached and licked his face, and the boy laughed
It was a way for him to cope with the long, empty days of the summer
With visions of fascinating cities furnished with lights, the boy fell into a brief sleep
One cloud, which looked like a pirate ship sailing sleepily across the sky, caught his eye
The average adult normally takes about 16 breaths per minute when awake and about six to eight per minute when asleep. Under stress that rate may increase to about 100 per minute. Although the total air capacity in a person's lungs is roughly 300 cubic inches, the volume of air in a normal breath averages only about 30 cubic inches...............Even after the most vigorous expiration, they still contain about 60 cubic inches of air.
One can hold one’s breath for as long as possible
The organs of the respiratory system vary in complexity
The lungs are never completely empty
The lungs are especially vulnerable to allergic diseases
Otherwise, there would be a shortage of oxygen
Sınavı tamamlamak için butona tıklayınız, yanlışlarınız gösterilecektir. Sonuçları al.
Sınavı henüz tamamlamadınız. Eğer sayfadan ayrılırsanız, verdiğiniz yanıtlar kaybolacak!
Final Score on Quiz
Attempted Questions Correct
Attempted Questions Wrong
Questions Not Attempted
Total Questions on Quiz
Answer Choice(s) Selected
Daha çok pratiğe ihtiyaç var
Böyle devam et