Relative Clauses Testleri 23
Relative Clauses Testleri 23
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Hava yastıklarının kullanıma sunulmasından sonra araba kazalarında Ölüm riskinin yüzde 40 oranında azalacağı tahmininin fazla iyimser olduğu anlaşıldı.
It was hoped that the installation of air bags in vehicles would reduce the number of car accident fatalities by 40 percent, but this was too oplimistic.
Experts had predicted that deaths from car accidents would fall by 40 percent after the introduction of air bags, but this hasn’t been realised.
Upon the introduction of air bags. the prediction that risk of death in car accidents would decline by 40 percent turned out. to be overly optimistic.
Since their inLroduction, air bags have reduced Lhe risk of dealh in car accidents, but not by the optimistic 40 percent as predicted.
Predictions that the introduction of air bags would result in a 40 percent fall in the risk of death in collisions were unrealistic.
1920'lerde tango, Arjantin'in ulusal müziği olmuş ve Buenos Aires'ten, geniş bir taraftar kazandığı Avrupa şehirlerine yayılmıştı.
Although the tango is the national music of Argentina, by the 1920s, it had spread via Buenos Aires to European cities, where it quickly attracted a huge following.
During the 1920s, the tango, which had originated in Buenos Aires as the national music of Argentina, gained a widespread following in Europe.
By the 1920s, the tango had become the national music of Argentina and spread from Buenos Aires to European cities, where it gained a widespread following.
The tango, which had become the national music of Argentina by the 1920s and spread from Buenos Aires to European cities, has gained a huge worldwide following.
The tango was the national music of Argentina by the 1920s, but it had a larger following in European cities than in Buenos Aires.
1963'te yazarın ilk çocuğu aşırı derecede zeka özürlü olarak dünyaya geldi, ki bu onun yaşamında ve eserlerinde uzun süre etkili olacak bir olaydı.
The fact that his first child, who was born in 1963, was severely mentally impaired affected both the author's life and work.
The birth of his first child in 1963 had a huge impact on the author’s life and work as the infant was profoundly mentally impaired.
In 1963 the author’s life and work were deeply affected by the birth of his first child, who had serious mental problems.
In 1963 the author's first child was born severely mentally impaired, an event which was to have a lasting influence on his life and work.
The event that influenced the author’s life and work for a long time was the birth, in 1963, of his first son, who was mentally impaired.
II. Dünya Savaşı’nm ardından siyasi, ekonomik ve sosyal sorunlarla güçsüzleşen İngiltere, Avrupa'da endüstriyel güç olarak öneminin büyük bölümünü diğer ülkelere kaptırdı.
ît was the strains of World War II, political unrest, economic instability and social problems that led to other European countries becoming more industrially important than England.
After World War 11, which had brought political, economic and social problems to the country, England was no longer the European industrial power she once was.
Following the effects of World War 11, which had weakened England politically, economically and socially, other European countries took over her industrial power.
England had once been Europe’s industrial power, but the strains of World War 11 coupled with problems of a political, economic and social nature had resulted in other countries becoming more important.
Weakened by political, economic and social problems following World War II. England lost much of its importance as an industrial power in Europe to other countries.
Çağdaşı birçok oyun yazarı ile karşılaştırıldığında, Amerikalı romancı Thornton Wilder insanlık üzerine oldukça iyimser bir bakış açısı sergilemiştir.
The comparatively optimistic outlook on humanity presented by the American novelist Thornton Wilder was unlike the views of many of his contemporary playwrights.
The American novelist Thornton Wilder was not as pessimistic about the outlook for humanity as many of his contemporary playwrights.
The American novelist Thornton Wilder presented an optimistic outlook on humanity, as did many of his contemporary playwrights.
The American novelist Thornton Wilder presented a more optimistic view of humanity than did many of his contemporary playwrights.
The American novelist Thornton Wilder, compared with many of his contemporary playwrights, presented an outlook on humanity that was relatively optimistic.
Kenzaburo Oe öncelikle Japon okuyucusu için yazdı; bu yüzden de birçok eserinin çevirisinin çıkması oldukça uzun sürdü.
Not ali of Kenzaburo Oe's works have been translated into other languages as his novels are primarily only of interest to a Japanese readership.
Because Kenzaburo Oe wrote mainly for Japanese readers, many of his works weren’t translated until recently.
Kenzaburo Oe wrote primarily for a Japanese readership, so translations of many of his works took quite some time to come out.
Kenzaburo Oe wrote novels primarily for Japanese readers, so publishers were slow to make translations of most of his works.
Kenzaburo Oe wrote in Japanese, but many of his works have eventually been translated for a foreign readership.
İngiliz yazar Aldous Leonard Huxley doktor olmayı planlıyordu, fakat onu geçici olarak ama bırakan bir hastalık bu planları değiştirdi.
The English writer Aldous Leonard Huxley would have become a doctor if he hadn't suffered an illness which left him partially blind.
The English writer Aldous Leonard Huxley planned to become a doctor, but an illness that left him temporarily blind changed those plans.
Aldous Leonard Huxley’s plans to become a doctor were changed by an illness that resulted in temporary blindness, so he became a writer instead.
The English writer Aldous Leonard Huxley had been a doctor until an illness changed this by leaving him temporarily blind.
An illness that resulted in temporary blindness made the English writer Aldous Leonard Huxley change his plans about becoming a doctor.
Rumenler, kendilerini İslav ve Macar komşularından ayırt eden Latin mirasıyla gurur duyarlar.
Romanians have neither Slav nor Hungarian origins; instead, their heritage, of which they are proud, is Latin.
Romanians have a proud Latin heritage and are distinct from their neighbours who are Slavs and Hungarians.
The people of Romania are proud of their Latin history, which sets them apart from both Slav and Hungarian neighbours.
The Romanians are proud of their Latin heritage, which distinguishes them from their Slav and Hungarian neighbours.
Romanians are a proud people of Latin heritage who have Slavs and Hungarians as their neighbours.
İnsanüstü güçlere sahip kişiler hakkında öyküler hemen hemen tüm eski uygarlıklarda ortak bir konudur.
Stories about individuals possessing superhuman powers are a subject common to nearly all ancient civilisations.
Almost all ancient civilisations had tales with shared subjects of people possessing superhuman powers.
The mythology of all ancient civilisations contains stories of individuals with superhuman powers.
It was not uncommon for the storytellers of ancient civilisations to give characters superhuman powers.
Beliefs about individuals having superhuman powers weren't uncommon in most ancient civilisations.
Vodvil, bar sahiplerinin ücretsiz gösterilerle müşteri çekme çabalarından doğan Amerika'ya özgü bir eğlence biçimiydi.
Vaudeville was a homegrown American entertainment, which began when saloon owners made ellorts to attract customers by putting on free shows.
Vaudeville, a form of entertainment, originated in America when saloon owners attempted to attract customers with free shows.
Vaudeville was an indigenous American form of entertainment that grew outofsaloon owners’ efforts to attract customers with free shows.
The indigenous American entertainment form Vaudeville grew out of free shows that saloon owners would put on to attract customers.
Eventually, the free shows that saloon owners put on for customers grew into the indigenous American entertainment form known as Vaudeville.
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