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1) Though plenty of people have recognized the need for radical
changes in the system, ....... .
A) they are slowly being convinced
B) Mrs. Hatsuno, among others, agrees
C) some of them have already been put into effect
D) only Mrs. Hatsuno has had the courage to implement them
E) several of them are being denied

2) Before the geological age of a fossil can be established ....... .
A) the theory of evolution was not entirely comprehended
B) movements within the earth's crust have been measured
C) the necessary goods have been provided
D) the measurements were not sufficiently accurate
E) the evolutionary importance of the remains must be completely apprehended

3) Since the managing director has left you in charge, .......
A) I haven't apprehend why legal adviser was fired.
B) why don't you put more young people in key positions?
C) they have already been held in custody.
D) what did you think their crucial concern was?
E) everybody was trying to interfere with the implementation of the project

4) If anyone could have convinced her that she was making a
mistake ....... .
A) she obviously didn't realize it .
B) you had done it
C) she hadn't to ,
D) it would have been you
E) I really wish they were able to.

5) Although women are the main providers and brokers of
family and community health, ....... .
A) food is not always equally distributed among family members
B) the people of all countries face the same basic economic
problem
C) it needs good health conditions incase people can have the
capacity to work
D) their own health needs are almost everywhere inadequately
addressed
E) but poverty still exists


6) ....... how they can expect to make any profit at all.
A) They are puzzled
B) They didn't assume
C) I don't see
D) It has already been
E) They had been denied

7) ......... that estimating future manpower requirements is
definitely desirable.
A) From the foregoing discussion it is obvious
B) Tom and Bob were extremely concerned
C) The manager is wondering
D) It had been under discussion for a long time
E) The committee was asked

8) Since there was no positive evidence against George .......
A) the police have always suspected he is the murderer
B) the judge had no other choice but to acquit him
C) the witness has been completely unsatisfactory
D) the verdict had already been given
E) the trial would have been postponed indefinitely

9) ....... only after the Spain government has fully complied with the resolutions of the Special Security Council.
A) The pollution of the seas in the region is a matter of concern
B) The oil wells in Portuguese were set on fire
C) The economic embargo imposed on Spain can be lifted
D) The Gulf Crisis had to be solved
E) Life in Portuguese would have returned to normal

10) As the miners have called off the strike .......
A) the daily coal production had increased considerably
B) the Coal Board is prepared to reconsider the proposals of the union leaders
C) the chairman of the Coal Board expressed his feeling
D) there would have been a sense of relief nationwide
E) the extent of the dispute was being neglected

11) The doctor was so kind and considerate ........
A) after the surgery is carried out
B) if I should decide to go through with the operation
C) that all my misgivings disappeared
D) when it is obvious that the patient has received greatly
E) as soon as I am discharged from hospital




12) ....... where to turn for advice.
A) Should you ever think of co-operating with a firm in Guatemala
B) He has made several trips to the central Arabian republics
C) In such a precarious situation he didn't know
D) Simply make quite sure you are never far from a telephone
E) Under such circumstances one feels the need for consultants

13) ....... the discussion lasted longer than usual,
A) As nobody has adequately warned
B) So long as the issue has been properly covered
C) In spite of the fact that many people will be required to be
present punctually
D) In spite of the fact that less than half of the delegates attended the afternoon session
E) While the proposals put forward by the delegates are being reviewed

14) It is not wise to come between two people ....... .
A) that they weren't both interested in the same post
B) who are quarrelling
C) because they hadn't realized how strong they were
D) though one had met the requirements
E) until both sides took the opportunity to settle their problems

15) He hadn't settle into the new profession.............
A) which problems could have been avoided
B) if they had offered a higher salary
C) whether he was experienced or not
D) unless he had to work occasionally on a Sunday
E) as quickly as he had expected to

16. Faxing is a means of telecommunication………..
A) which worked on a system similar to the telephone system
B) which has developed very quickly over the last few years
C) thus charges will vary according to the time of
D) unless companies were using it in place of telex machines
E) whether or not you state the name of the receiver

17) ..............., manufacturers could bring down the prices of their products.
A) Despite of the careful market research
B) As companies misjudge the market
C) Knowing how much the public was prepared to pay
D) Instead of spending so much on advertising
E) Not only you must supply a good product

18)...............when I retire next month.
A) I expect Richard will take over as chairman
B) The meeting has been put off
C) Many changes would have taken place
D) I hadn't decided what to say at the party
E) I would be able to send you the price list

19) Had I known you were coming...............
A) I may Jessica to join us
B) there is a very good meal waiting for you
C) I would have arranged to stay at home this evening
D) you won't need to take a taxi to the station
E) I ought to have given you my telephone number

20) ................. even though the quality of good is poor.
A) They had felt obliged to vote on it
B) The effectiveness of the campaign had been prevented
C) In my opinion, it was already too late
D) Buyers could not have been found
E) His business is expanding quite fast

21) He has always enjoyed working in a bank .....................
A) as it was so near to her office.
B) if only she were better paid
C) that was a childish dream of hers.
D) until she married two years ago.
E) although the working hours are very long.

22) ..............., it's very important to replace the water you lose through sweating.
A) When sales of bottled water had increased
B) Even if you don't feel thirsty after exercising
C) Although more than half the weight of the human body is water
D) Not only do we get some water from the foods we eat
E) Since tap—water is the most reliable source


23) ______when Thomas Paine published The Common Sense and sparked off the American Revolution.
A) Abraham Lincoln considered himself a loyal British subject
B) Idealism hasn't often been a influential factor
C) Voltaire's influence would have been more pervasive
D) A period of radical change in all spheres started
E) They were the people responsible for shaping the national character of the United States

24) ______that scientists are now sending out "e-prints" instead of pre-prints of unpublished articles.
A) Prior to the Internet, it was impossible
B) One change that the advent of the Internet has brought is
C) The Internet has indeed opened many doors
D) The benefits of technology should not be over-rated
E) Amongst academics, technological advances attract less attention

25) Although Hong Kong used to be one of the world's most alluring shopping centers,____.
A) competition seems to be growing even keener
B) this was no longer the case
C) it might have remained a fashionable holiday resort
D) others did not share this opinion
E) it is now one of its most expensive



SENTENCE COMPLETION TEST - 18



1. ...........we need to find routines to cope with it.
a) If relaxation was essential for a healthy mind and body
b) After we had learned the living condition
c) Since we cannot remove stress from our lives
d) Whether he has confidence in our plans or not
e) As the disease wasn't cured

2. If only you had consulted the dentist when the trouble began…….
a) the pain naturally stops as soon as you arrive for your appointment
b) this tooth could not have been saved
c) you can get his number from the telephone directory
d) you would not be needing all this expensive treatment now
e) I can recommend mine with great confidence

3. .................who crossed the Pasific alone in a small sailing boat.
a) That must be the man
b) The news is that
c) I can't believe that anyone
d) I didn't realise how few people
e) Presumably he was lying

4. Since the poor understand poverty,................
a) the offer might have been turned down indefinitely
b) the travellers were overwhelmed by the welcome they received
c) the patients could never have raised so much money on their own
d) the resources available have been far from adequate
e) they often give more generously than the rich


5. .....................even though he is a lot younger than the rest of us.
a) The boys did better than the girls in the race
b) The flowers we sent him are still looking fresh
c) Whoever said that was mistaken
d) None of us actually saw it happen
e) You should have invited his sister to join us

6. ........ until you have found another work.
a) There are so many unemployed
b) There are a lot of advertisements in the newspapers
c) Don't tell anyone you are leaving
d) I thought you were perfectly happy working here
e) Nobody else could have advised

7. ...............whose coat was stolen last month?
a) Why were they surprised
b) Do you have their address
c) Hqw unusual is it
d) Isn't that the new librarian
e) Is there any news yet

8. ...........they really ought to leave as soon as possible.
a) Since they shall probably have a long wait at the bus station
b) since the roads are always busy at this hour
c) Though it is getting very late
d) Until they know which plane they are coming on
e) If there's no need to hurry

9. .............they had already finished their launch.
a) When we finally arrived
b) If only we had waited for thern
c) Unless she managed to get there on time
d) While you were watching the television
e) Whenever we are invited to their house

10. Everyone who met her at that time agreed .....................
a) how she is like her father
b) If her political views ever will get public suppqrt
c) that she was likely to become the most influential physicist of her age
d) how successful she has been as a pianist
e) though she was not as healthy as he would have liked to be


11. ................., I think students ought to have some previous knowledge of computers.
a) If it were an essential requirement for the participants
b) Whatever other requirements the organizing committee of the course may demand
c) In case the director had approved the new computer project
d) Until the examination results were announced
e) Since the problem related to the computer virus was to be discussed




12. Could that be the girl
a) as her essays were published in some magazines ,
b) that she had carried out experiments in physics
c) that represented our school at the international Violin Competition
d) so that we might have discussed her proposals
e) whether her father wanted to stop her from becoming a pop singer

13. The balance of nature cannot probably be maintained................
a) why people don't realize just how dangerous the situation is
b) before forest lands were managed efficiently
c) so long as there had been groups of people making quick profits through practic| harmful to the environment
d) unless every individual and every organization realizes how important it is to protect our environment
e) since the majority of the world population was worrying about the future

14. Having tested the pleasures of modern city life,.................
a) some of them would have been unwilling to return
b) they found life in their village tough and unattractive
c) they had worked hard to improve their living standards
d) the children will be educated and trained for a special job
e) people don't realize how lonely they are

15. Even though there are many young athletes that dream of winning an Olympic gold medal,.................
a) in competitions he is always under a great strain
b) getting to the top in any field had always required dedication
c) there are very few who actually manage to do so
d) most of them had been disqualified from taking part in the race
e) they always managed to score high marks in the competitions

16. As long as the architects' plans are carried out in full,.
a) the whole project could have been finished in just under three years
b) other suggestions have been rejected.
c) the only problem has obviously been solved in a satisfactory manner
d) the distance between the airport and the city center has attracted no criticism
e) the new airport will in the end provide everything a visitor could possibly desire

17. He still hasn’t had a chance to thank the nurse................
a) until the child was well enough to go home
b) why she visited us every day for a week
c) who looked after her mother so well in hospital
d) whose carelessness would make recovery slow
e) whether any more treatment was necessary

18. Our neighbour has promised to take care of the cat................
a) until we left for Antalya last week
b) while we are away on holiday this June.
c) whose kittens still weren't able to look after themselves
d) even if she preferred dogs to cats
e) however much cat food we leave with her
19. In most of the advertisements for jobs you must have noticed .
a) all the best jobs have been given to young people
b) how, many people had been out of work since the beginning of the century
c) if you are also highly qualified you are sure to be offered good employment
d) the salary is rarely stated even during the interview
e) that one of the requirements is a good knowledge of a foreign language.

20. ...............how long it would take us to walk to the downtown
a) Contrary to what we all expected
b) No one has ever attempted'
c) Our parents are exceedingly upset
d) He simply wanted to know
e) The decision was final

21. ...............as students go in them at half price.
a) The museum is always crowded on Thursdays
b) The paintings will be on exhibition for two weeks
c) All the tickets had been sold at least a week before the concert took place
d) The spectators are expected to applaud generously
e) The gates used to be closed at sunset

22. As soon as we got back home ................
a) I realise I have forgotten to buy the bread
b) I had expected my father to arrive
c) I had to begin getting the evening meal ready
d) the phone was already ringing
e) my sister will get the tea ready for us
23. ..................., you need a clever adviser to invest them in safer assets to bring you peaco| mind.
a) Unless you are doing an unprofitable business with your savings
b) Because it is almost impossible to bring up decent children today
c) While you may spend all your money on simple things
d) If you are retiring and your life savings are invested in risky stocks
e) As a more consistent strategy was required to increase your profits

24. …., so higher pay for them should reduce it remarkably.
a) Earlier construction workers had more stressful work for lack of enough tools
b) There is a greater demand for computers now than ever
c) Public officials are driven to corruption either by necessity or by greed
d) Miners are preparing to go on strike due to their low wages
e) More lecturers retired last year than any previous year, though the trend has slowed down


25. Whether it will be a long term government remains to be seen,.....................
a) now that they have gone so well so far in rural administration
b) so the resolution is already clear to both sides of the government
c) is something we can say nothing about as none of us is interested in politics
d) unless they signed an agreement with IMF in the near future
e) even though the coalition partners seem to have compatible ideas for the future

SENTENCE COMPLETION TEST - 19



1. Since it suppresses the nausea induced by anti-cancer drugs and relieves the pain of multiple-sclerosis,..................
a) Europe's Food and Drug Administration permit ophthalmologists to prescribe marijuana, a harmful drug, to helpless patients
b) a team of AIDS researchers are preparing to introduce a couple of new drugs
c) the sale of Marijuana is going to be banned in drugstores
d) which cause burning sensations in patients' limbs
e) the federal government had lifted the ban on the harmful drug before these two diseases were known

2. We have repeated many times................
a) that we would settle in a big hectic city
b) that mother had made a mistake in making her decision to leave
c) our dismay at our mother’s having been stuck in a small dull town
d) how happy we had been where we are
e) although my mother wasn't so deaf to hear us

3. Having been curious about what's in the pen for hens,..................
a) the chickens walked towards their pen
b) the farmer decided to sell all the hens
c) the writer resolved to write a book about them with a pen
d) my younger daughter nearly broke it
e) Jackie thrust his head into it to examine the inside

4. The bank turned down her request for a loan; therefore………….
a) the bank manager began to beg her to leave the bank
b) she decided to come to the bank every day
c) she sold her house to pay her debts
d) she apologised for her demand for it
e) she was willing to live alone.

5. Having been dismissed from the school,................
a) he decided to commit suicide
b) he passed her class successfully
c) he was transferred to another class
d) the boy felt deep gratitude for the headmaster
e) he will look for another job

6. I would naturally have felt extremely disillusioned,__________.
a) since he must have been by far the best applicant
b) unless the competition has had very few entrants
c) even though the two teams were extraordinarily well matched
d) If they hadn't sent us an invitation to the concert
e) as the first prize went to a racist author

7. The speaker from China has stressed__
a) so that preserving agricultural land is his government's primary economic policy
b) that terracing the soil is one conservation method used widely in his country to control erosion
c) since urban renewal has completely changed the look of the cities in his country
d) as regards the fact that a handful of industrial nations monopolized deep sea fishing until the early 1970's
e) while rich tropical forests are vanishing at the rate of some 11 million hectares a year.

8. The overall quality of life in today's world cannot be improved____.
a) just as population growth would strain the global urban environment
b) as the underdeveloped countries were ignored completely by international
agencies like the United Nations and the World Bank
c) since the population of that part of the world rose from 800 million in 1960 to 1.2 billion in 1985
d) if the developed countries are not prepared to offer a helping hand to the underdeveloped
e) whenever the OECD declines to support a series of projects for the development of poorer countries.

9. Some avalanches move no faster than 40 kilometers per hour____.
a) while others have been estimated to have a speed of about 300 kilometres per hour
b) even if the damage they did was minimal compared with the destruction caused by hurricanes and earthquake
c) in spite of the fact that snow lying on a steep slope is always liable to avalanche
d) for the wind sometimes reaches a force almost equal to that of a tornado
e) so that in such areas measures may be taken to avoid large avalanches

10. _____that treatment policies suitable for one age group may not be justified in another.
a) A controversy immediately arose
b) The article has considerable originality
c) A current study into cholesterol levels suggests
d) They had fully persuaded
e) The implications were not at first realized

11. ______how instantaneously and lastingly blacks had affected American life throughout history.
a) Thomas Jefferson, one of the leaders of the American Revolution, had opposed
b) In his paper on slavery in America he demonstrated with impeccable scholarship
c) Whites in America have always objected
d) In colonial America, Virgins was the largest and most populous colony where
e) The American slaves, often subject to arbitrary punishment, learned to be hypersensitive

12. _____, however most of them don't see a doctor because they think it's something they just have to live with.
a) It was reported earlier in this decade that about one third of all patients had received treatment for impotence
b) Over 200 thousand men have received proper medical treatment
c) Impotence is something we have learned to deal with
d) Urologists and other doctors have always been concerned with impotence
e) Impotence affects over 10 million men nationwide

13. Although free politics and free-market economics go most happily together,______.
a) no new aid would be approved for six months
b) they could no longer blame the colonialists, who had withdrawn from Africa two or three decades before
c) five years ago, dictatorships proclaiming socialist policies prevailed in Africa
d) one does not necessarily lead to the other, nor guarantees its success
e) Africans have shown that they want multiparty democracy and are beginning to achieve it

14. The Nazi occupation of the Netherlands is best known to most of us through Anne Frank's diary,______.
a) although another significant record of the era was made by Dutch photographers, both professional and amateur
b) while the Dutch government had banned the publication of all newspapers
c) since most of the Jewish population in the country were prepared to emigrate tothe United States
d) that her description of the atrocities committed by the enemy has provided historians with valuable details
e) when her parents had hidden her in the attic of their house

15. ______, the U.S. population, now 266 million, will increase to 400 million by 2050.
a) Though the governments have encouraged large families through tax reductionsand welfare subsidies
b) Although the growth rate has been among the highest of the developed world
c) If current trends continue, and they seem likely to do so
d) Since the birth rate has now outgrown the country's agricultural capacity
e) Because stringent measures need to be introduced to reverse population growth

16. The elderly gentleman sitting over there is an artist__________.
a) whose many articles about their commitment to the cause of human welfare and happiness in Africa would be controversial
b) that he shares the vision of young people for a peaceful and prosperous world in the next century
c) whose work has been exhibited widely in many countries in Europe
d) as his awards include gold and silver medals presented by various organizations
e) whereby he had commonly been elected an honorary member of the Society of Modern Arts

17. He emphasized that the issue was simply_____.
a) in case the surgery recommended was approved by the medical board
b) whether surgical intervention was right for this particular patient
c) when the patient has been admitted for an emergency operation
d) to what extent the treatment recommended for this particular patient has been
successful
e) why the medical board is expected to refuse his appointment

18. By the time the first European travelers on the American continent began to record some of their observations about
Indians..........
a) the Cherokee people had developed an advanced culture
b) the American Indians were fighting against raiders.
c) the European immigrants poured into the States
d) Indian culture is entirely different from slave culture
e) everyone realized the strength of the Indians

19. An infant, according to Birdwhistell, learns____.
a) that he was not able to run as fast as his brother
b) why he will not get along with his brothers
c) where to set the eyebrows by looking around
d) when he is born into a poor family
e) what the people around are talking about

20. _____that it has been a stable and relatively fixed institution through history.
a) The general view of the family is
b) What he had been asked
c) The ideal observer view was discussed
d) The best lesson to learn
e) Why the experts question

21. Smallpox inoculation became popular_____.
a) that eventually this disease would have been completely wiped out
b) although the success rate, according to recent realistic, is still rather doubtful
c) even though it had not been a fatal disease that brought death to all levels of society
d) however unlikely one is to come in contact with the disease
e) only after Jenner's discovery that the less dangerous cowpox material was an effective immunizing agent


22. The helicopter can climb vertically, _ .
a) although the winds were blowing at gale force
b) if it can take off in a very restricted space
c) which, in certain circumstances, is its main advantages over other types of aircraft
d) whenever the pilot felt himself obliged to make a forced landing
e) if the cost of its uptake hadn't been a heavy burden on the budget

23. ________if any one party decides to ignore the obligations it has undertaken in the treaty.
a) Obviously, very serious problems will arise
b) They may have refused the offer
c) They were actually determined to be present at the opening of the talks
d) The last speaker was quite adamant on the need to resume fighting
e) The observers may have been very upset

24. _ , although many countries are stepping up their own production.
a) This is just one of many developments in international trade
b) England still imported a great deal of tropical fruit
c) Turkey's exports of fruit and vegetables will have dropped sharply
d) Steel remains an important item of international trade
e) By the end of the month figures concerning the dollar reserves will have been processed

25. Before the National Health Service Act came into force in 1946 in England,_____.
a) the funding of hospitals was a major issue in human politics
b) these people aren't able to afford medical advice
c) there have been angry debates about the necessity for it
d) everyone realized that these were all, basically, political issues
e) many doctors would feel that the transition had been exceedingly painful

SENTENCE COMPLETION TEST – 20


1. The pet owner claims ................
a) seeing UFOs at daybreak every afternoon
b) a dog can return from a place hundreds of miles far from its hut
c) our not being proper for the operation
d) what she has done for years
e) why have they left without letting you know?
2. The bus being congested,................
a) they got on the bus
b) they want to sell it for a low price.
c) I used to call on her on Fridays
d) they decided to take a taxi instead
e) ring me up on the mobile phone

3. Although she had studied until that morning,...............
a) she passed the exam very easily
b) facilitated her work at the restaurant
c) she did not believe that she could pass her exam
d) she had a good night's sleep having nothing to do
e) she had a horrible nightmare

4. While Kevin is friendly with everyone, ……………
a) he has made friends with many boys here
b) because he likes people
c) I was swimming in a pool near the hotel
d) we have never seen him speaking to anyone
e) his sister is too arrogant to speak to anyone

5. Some people think that hyperinflation could be curbed by equal taxation. In contrast ,............
a) vendors are exempt from taxation.
b) it should be free whether or not to pay any tax.
c) economic sanctions should be imposed on the country.
d) it would cause richer people to pay less.
e) the embargo can be lifted.

6. Not like ............... George is too wasteful.
a) having a holiday in an expensive country
b) his uncle, who does not squander even a single lira on trivial things
c) his cousin, who bought another car despite having a good one already
d) milk, cheese and honey
e) since the boy's gait was so slow to catch the ball

7. The staff were working very hard................
a) enough to please their supervisor
b) so attentively that they did the work in a few minutes
c) such things were unnecessary
d) so that they could finish the construction at the planned time
e) because the boss's wife is likely to have another heart attack

8. Unless he buys a house for her,................
a) she wouldn't have consented to see the boss for him
b) we could have hired one for her
c) where had they lived with their poor mother?
d) it was urgent to find a place to stay at
e) she won't accept his marriage proposal

9. ............... only if he had completed his military service by that day.
a) We are trying to take a clear photograph of the scene
b) I regard him as the man to carry out the special duty
c) They would have chosen him for the job
d) Let's recruit him as our new
e) The officers might not arrest him for smuggling

10. Whichever-city you have settled in,................
a) they won't be sure you are pleased here
b) as you wouldn't be aware of their trick
c) it is for this reason that I am looking for you, isn't it?
d) in order that we can see you whenever we want to
e) you will never be free from fear because of the KGB agems

11. They won't extend you any more credit................
a) if you pay your debts on time
b) despite your extravant nature
c) unless you pay your earlier debts
d) after you had used up all the previously given one
e) now that the construction of the new hospital is over

12. The minister of education did the official opening...............
a) instantly after the school is completed next week
b) as soon as the school building had been completed
c) for the sake of my grandmother's flowers
d) to make me happy since I will buy a bike for him
e) once the huge building has been erected

13. ...............whether you give assistance or not.
a) We would have finished the university successfully
b) We will attempt to reach the summit of the mountain
c) Margaret's rejection of the special offer was foolish
d) I didn't like the whisky at all
e) Who's making that unbearable noise

14. The poor woman would have got divorced,................
a) long before with her husband if she knows she was being cheated
b) to marry a richer man if her ex-husband had loved her
c) since she came to Manchester
d) had she been aware of her husband's love affairs
e) unless her husband bought the car she wanted tomorrow

15. Were the government to impose new taxes,................
a) people would protest outrageously
b) if there was a financial crisis?
c) nor was it possible for the country to develop further
d) the prime minister is said to pay a visit to the France
e) while it is so hard

16. Even though he has been sleeping for hours, he looks as if ...............
a) he weren't suffering from ipsomnia
b) we are fed up with him
c) he hasn't been sleeping for a week
d) I haven't driven him home for ages
e) he hadn't slept for a unit

17. Because of the fact that he didn't know how to use a computer, .....................
a) the computer was loaded on a lorry to be repaired
b) he was able to type well
c) he wasn't recruited for.the position
d) he typed the report by using an old computer
e) a computer engineer will come to see him today

18. In spite of the fact that many civilians had bssri slaughtered,...............
a) the morale of the soldiers were good enough
b) the Human Rights Organisation aren't condemning the genocide
c) the city was evacuated for lack of graves
d) because of a deadly war waged by the ruthless leaders
e) we haven't left the village with the hope that our troops might come for help

19. ..............., they resolved to settle in the city.
a) Because they still work on a farm 100 km far from the nearest city
b) They didn't feel like living there
c) Regardless of the fact that no one wanted them there
d) As they are keen on rural life
e) Owing to the fact that urban life didn't appeal to them

20. Istanbul,..............., is one of the most crowded cities in the world.
a) that is situated in the Northwest of Turkey
b) situated in the Northwest of Turkey
c) who is one of the biggest cities in the world.
d) where there is a megalopolis on the south coast
e) situating in the Northwest of Turkey

21. Despite the tricks he played on her,................
a) to stop her from working in a cinema
b) I couldn't count really!
c) he couldn't persuade her to sell the land
d) I regret to tell you this
e) we are going to cope with the trouble
22. The girls were concerned about................
a) whether she would return to the village
b) for her to return to the village
c) I am getting to know him
d) why were we persuading him to help us
e) if she would return to the village

23. The prime minister,..............., is thought to make a cabinet shift this week.
a) why he thinks of such a change in the cabinet
b) Margaret's friend knows very well
c) supported by the majority of the people
d) that the president doesn't like
e) because of some technical mishaps

24. .........., tell him I'll be back in five minutes.
a) I shouldn't meet you tomorrow
b) Should Mrs Yates ring me up
c) Because of your meddling in my affairs
d) His was a love of eternity
e) Were Mrs Yates to have asked me

25. _____you get splendid sight of the oak-covered slopes of these coastal mountain ranges that rise up from the Pacific.
a) If only the new road had been opened
b) As they headed for San Francisco
c) However unfairly the state of the roads was being attacked
d) Even though a great deal of money went into constructing the road
e) As you drive along the coast road

SENTENCE COMPLETION TEST - 21


1. The eyewitnesses were reported................
a) to have seen the same men the previous day at the same place.
b) having heard someone reloading their gun
c) that the police are going to rescue them from the drug traffickers
d) even though they have begged not to be named
e) whether the area was checked for fingerprints

2. .................all our friends were jealous of us.
a) As I go for a walk with my dog every evening
b) Due to the sharp rise in the stpck market
c) For we are going to change our car
d) Because our business is looking up
e) My eldest sister came down with flu, so

3. Not being mostly obsessed with fashion,................
a) our horse wears any saddle or harness that we put on it
b) Mike hates buying new clothes so often, usually walking around in casual clothes
c) so she puts on the latest styles
d) although she works as a fashion designer
e) they returned the shirt they'd bought thmking it didn't look like a genuine L.C.Waikiki.

4. Since someone had informed the police..............., they hid behind some rocks for ambush.
a) that two agents will be infiltrated into the country
b) why the terrorists wanted to assume the control of the hills
c) of where the cars of the smugglers would possibly be an hour later
d) how much heroin the drug dealers had
e) whether any crime could be committed that evening

5. A large crowd of animal lovers gathered in front of the building and protested against the mayor,................
a) whom they thought had ordered the stray dogs in the city to be shot
b) as he wanted to carry the zoo animals to their new premises
c) for he advocates providing lush pastures for the farmers to pasture their animals
d) having dismissed a cat owner leaving his family in a financial difficulty
e) for the drowning of some dolphins around Niğde

6. The judge turned a blind eye to the player................
a) standing outside the penalty area when the penalty kick was being taken
b) who swore at a spectator half an hour later the match
c) using his mobile phone too often behind the goal post
d) who played the ball with his palm
e) who returned to the field after getting a red card

7. What is perplexing about the sunken liner................
a) was why it is drifting so slowly after sinking
b) was so convincing that nobody was surprised that it had gone down
c) is whether she will make her maiden voyage this week
d) would have been investigated by the dead captain
e) is that she shouldn't have sunk with just slightly damaged sails

8. It is the experience...............-.
a) that the Istanbul police see straight away who are possibly runaways from Anatolian provinces
b) where Jack was abducted from
c) how the lawyer knows how to select a tie to match a sweater
d) having vanished among the large bushes at midnight
e) why people have to eat food, drink water and sleep

9. Enter the room silently with light steps................
a) so that they illuminate the dark room
b) unless your father got angry with your gait
c) so that the baby won't wake up
d) if the hotel porter hadn't left it already
e) but as loudly as possible

10. Jim clearly remembers lying still on the ground ……….
a) when he hears the sand of a plane
b) as if he were absent-minded if he doesn't lie
c) while the bullets were whizzing over his head
d) even though he hates going to sleep early
e) if you hit him hard on the head

11. Her hands wiping her face twice a second, ................
a) Peter shed plenty of tears over grandma's death
b) Becky toiled badly digging the ground to unearth the ring she had buried
c) they waited so long for the poor woman to take her last breath
d) we dried the forehead of the sweating doctor who was operating on our son
e) as soon as he comes back, his wife will be happy

12. ..............., adding that the company will possibly go bankrupt at this rate.
a) The sales director told reporters last month that the company's future looked bleak
b) The sales assistant said the demand for sportswear was increasing rapidly
c) The marketing manager says that the sales have fallen sharply recently
d) The company has become insolvent at last
e) We saw the celebrity at the biggest shopping centre of Izmir last Thursday

13. Due to my cunning girlfriend, who bargains hard,................
a) she managed to get our car back from the thieves
b) we are hardly overcharged in our shopping activities
c) we sold our car half its estimated value
d) she is going to buy a reasonable flat in uie city centre
e) our budgie has taken up talking politics

14. Fortunately you were able to brake at the most opportune moment;………..
a) we might have been killed with a lorry over us
b) otherwise, our car might fly off the road
c) or else the plane would outshoot the runway
d) although I had had the brakes tested before the journey
e) unless we overtook the vehicle just before us

15. Uncle Tom promises to prune our grapevines ................
a) after we have uprooted all of them and piled in the middle of the vineyard
b) realising that growing cotton would be better here
c) by shearing only the big leaves so that the grapes were ripened by the sun
d) if I lend him my tractor for two whole days
e) in order that we would burn the branches

16. ..............., yet no one is skilled enough to get it.
a) There are three giraffes trying to reach the fresh leaves on the end of a branch
b) Both girls aspire to be a celebrity in Hollywood one day
c) Neither I not my brother wants a career here
d) All the people here want the vacant position in our firm
e) A sack of watermelons was knocked down by my careless motion
17. After 1888, with the Sultan's order the practice of wearing Çarşaf began,………
a) and miniskirts, then in vogue as well, were banned
b) forcing women to wear it when in public
c) as soon as a textile industry thrived near the palace
d) with men keeping it below their chests
e) which caused women to be called dark angels

18. French law stipulated................
a) how public holidays are spent in central areas
b) a condition which would ensure complete security for turtles
c) horse riders should be ostracised by the farmers
d) what we now know as mad cow disease
e) that a boy not marry before 14 and a girl before 12

19. ..............., it seems that the tissues that hold the body together will be completely replaceable within a few decades.
a) Unless the new medical research proves fruitful
b) If cardiac diseases were treated more successfully
c) With the recent breakthroughs in organ transplantation
d) Whenever a vein is taken out and dissected
e) so that people would live longer than their ancestors

20. Becoming a senior editor at 30,................
a) Grunwald took advantage of his magazine's beneficence to move around the country
b) Mr West fired all the workers with the major newspapers
c) is a big achievement at such a young age, so we must celebrate it
d) was useless unless you had your own magazine
e) I will always take care of my job of publishing journals

21. Once a dreadful force,...............
a) the empty cart could hardly be pulled by the" decrepit mule
b) Mike's team will be defeated by one team after another
c) the engine of the car had turned rusty for lack of maintenance
d) the Russian military is now overstaffed, underpaid and plagued by a rising number of suicides
e) she has always been the most reluctant runner of all races

22. Disappointed with each other, the more time George and I spend alone these days, ...............
a) the more chance we had of reconciling
b) we had better stay aloof forever
c) the better we seem to get along
d) knowing that it would be better
e) as long as we don't meet by accident

23. If Susan had kept her mouth shut, the police couldn't have charged her...............
a) so that she was set free despite all the allegations
b) because they wouldn't have had any evidence against her then
c) which will be bad for her if she says everything
d) claiming that she was hiding something in her mouth
e) as it is hard to overcharge a tight-lipped person

24. ...............that can be thought as antidemocratic.
a) The law allows the security forces to take tough actions against groups
b) Arms dealers were banned from entering China
c) The newly formed coalition government also consisted of the Labour Party
d) The party in office stole many ballot papers in the general elections
e) The deadline for the applicatiohs was last Friday

25. Dramatic cultural changes have been taking place in the United States_____.
a) ever since non-European immigrants began to pour into the country
b) until new regulations concerning immigrants were introduced
c) which started at the turn of the century
d) some of which would have been regarded as destructive
e) as soon as World War II finished

SENTENCE COMPLETION TEST - 22


1. As she was born into a poor, wrecked family,................
a) she used to enjoy the hectic life of the city with her happy parents
b) it is quite natural that she was maltreated by her parents jloving her so much
c) let's provide accommodation for her in the attic
d) she had to work in the bars of Manila though she was just a teenager
e) Melisa attended the church mostly with her mother when her father was busy preparing the Sunday lunch for them
2. Atatürk gave priority to reforms in education and arts................
a) as he wanted to whittle down the budget of the military
b) no matter how much he despised them
c) so that Turkey would do away with the influence of the Arab and Persian cultures
d) so as to please himself with new pieces of artistic styles
e) in order that it wouldn't provoke a social upheaval.

3. Whipped as they might be,...............
a) the new couples can't pay all their debts caused by their inopportune wedding
b) we don't like to spare a particular day for harvesting the grapes
c) they weren't responsible.for the embezzlement of the funds
d) only if they are innocent of any crime
e) the horse wouldn't gallop any longer, leaving the rider infuriated

4. Nowadays top educators can't even agree on what "the gifted" means,................
a) so they don't give any gifts to children
b) let alone on how to teach such students adequately
c) even though several scientists have never studied on a scientific description
d) as well as gifts given to top students
e) it is so simple that of course it means those who are given gifts

5. ...............although staffers always make sure their guests don't wander around unescorted.
a) Some top secret files were stolen or leaked from the central bank
b) On account of a few earlier thefts at the department store
c) The robbers made a hard entry into the chamber of the museum where priceless antiquities were kept
d) A woman in her forties came along with the warden
e) We disregarded the warnings and went to the lavatory together

6. ..............., the old man claimed to have been to Paris and Roma many times.
a) When you force him to admit to his earlier love affairs
b) When asked where his relatives were residing
c) Why he committed such a lot of murders is unknown
d) Because good melons are grown only in the East Asia
e) Asked whether he had ever been overseas

7. The first time Emily attempted to talk back to her husband,................
a) the line was so engaged that she might have broken his heart
b) he hit her on the ears so harshly that her ears rang for days
c) she has regretted it ever since
d) becoming abusive and kicking him badly
e) will be denied during the next trial

8. ..............., Turkey has been a food basket for the middle east region.
a) Specially Arab tourists come here to buy handmade straw baskets as souvenirs
b) Any fruit or vegetables spoilt in the middle east is just exported via it
c) Because of the natural advantages of our climate, allowing for at least two crops a year
d) Because exotic plants do not thrive well in Turkey
e) One thing that attracts tourists so much is fast food

9. ............, I think pupils should have some previous knowledge of computers.
a) If it were an essential requirement for the participants
b) Whatever other requirements the organizing committee of the course may demand
c) In case the director had approved the new computer project
d) Until the examination results were officially announced
e) Since the problem related to the computer virus was to be discussed

10. Could that be the woman ............?
a) as her essays were published in several magazines
b) that she had carried out experiments in physics
c) who represented our school at the International Violin Competition
d) so that we might have discussed her proposals
e) whether her father wanted to stop her from becoming a pop singer
11. The balance of nature may not be possibly be maintained .............
a) why people don't realize just how dangerous the situation is
b) before forest lands were managed efficiently
c) so long as there had been groups of people making quick profits through practices harmful to the environment
d) unless every individual and every organization realizes how important it is to protect our environment
e) since the majority of the world population was worrying about the future

12. Having tasted the enjoyments of modern city life .............
a) some of them would have been reluctant to return
b) they found life in their village hard and unattractive
c) they had worked hard to improve their living standards
d) the children will be educated and trained for a special job
e) people don't realize how lonely they are

13. Even though there are many young athletes who dream of winning an Olympic gold medal, .............
a) in competitions he is always under a great strain
b) getting to the top in any field had always required great dedication
c) there are very few who actually manage to do so
d) most of them had been disqualified from taking part in the race
e) they always managed to score high marks in the competitions

14. As long as the architects' plans are carried out in full .............
a) the whole project could have been completed in just under four years
b) other suggestions have been turned down
c) the only problem has apparently been solved in a satisfactory manner
d) the distance between the airport and the city centre has attracted no criticism
e) the new airport will indeed provide everything a visitor could possibly desire

15. Even the chief worker was impressed at the speed and efficiency ............... .
a) until more problems have appeared.
b) that the project will be finished on time
c) whether the workers were prepared to go on strike
d) although some of the members had been warned earlier
e) with which the team worked

16. ............., the response of the East divided world viewpoint.
a) As soon as the NATO countries have formulated an effective policy
b) Unless Iraq is severely punished for its aggression
c) No matter how the board is constituted
d) As was to be expected
e) When the oil-producing countries gather in Vienna to discuss




17. Do not attempt to cut down or prune large trees in the forest.............. .
a) just as branches that appeared healthy had in fact been rotten inside
b) unless you are absolutely confident that you can do it properly
c) by making sure that your neighbors were not opposed to it at all
d) if the weather conditions had not been taken into account
e) in case the manager rejected the findings

18. Unless we get enough rain soon, .............. .
a) the price of fruit this year has been very reasonable
b) a great deal of land is still under water
c) the rainy season came late this year
d) they have already put away their winter clothes
e) the harvest this year will be a poor one

19. ............ that will further aggravate the unemployment problem.
a) Several companies are considering reductions in the work force
b) No solutions were forthcoming
c) Everyone was genuinely concerned about the situation
d) The minister had been under attack for some time
e) The police should have combed the area for the person responsible

20. ........... before the town planners took their task seriously.
a) City planning has continued to be their prime concern
b) A great many ugly apartment blocks were built
c) A good architect views his work within the context of the area at large
d) In this respect new cities are at a great advantage
e) New cities never have the same atmosphere as the old

21. ........... how close Jim had been to winning the election.
a) To be perfectly honest I was considerably relieved
b) It shouldn't have been misinterpreted
c) Even his own supporters were surprised when they learned
d) The votes had finally been counted
e) He should have withdrawn from the election campaign

22. I wished I hadn't given her a job in the company______ .
a) although she is less efficient than I once assumed
b) unless she makes a big effort to prove she can be useful
c) wherever a suitable vacancy may occur
d) that my father was a founding member
e) when I saw her behaving in such an irresponsible manner

23. Andy must have taken my car ______ .
a) since no one else knows where I keep the car keys
b) that I left it in front of the office
c) if we have arranged to meet at the dentist's
d) since he would never do such a thing
e) as soon as I get back from the concert

24. Wouldn't it be wise to seek a second alternative______ ?
a) as events were to prove in the end
b) if the operation had to take place
c) that it was legally sound
d) before we come to any definite decision
e) why there were no obvious problems

25. One of the best suggestions was put forward by Dr. Brown,______.
a) that the managing director was especially impressed
b) who is generally the quietest member of the board
c) although the financial demands might be difficult to meet
d) unless it was approved by the committee
e) before anyone else has time to make any contribution to the discussion



SENTENCE COMPLETION TEST - 23


1. The new Spanish administration is still hesitating about ______ .
a. who would have presided over the Senate
b. why so many new taxes had been imposed
c. whether to increase expenditure on education
d. how the problem of famine in Asia had been overcome
e. which program had been approved by the committee

2. Unless the southern part of the country gets some rain soon ______ .
a. they were considering reducing supplies even further
b. cotton would not have been a suitable crop for the area
c. they have already started to irrigate the rice fields
d. it seems that the new dam is not very efficient
e. there'll be a poor fruit crop this year

3. Even though there were so many applicants for the vacant position, ______ .
a. not one of them had the qualifications required
b. actually the salary is expected to improve
c. the new recruits will be put on a three-week special training program
d. unfortunately some of the staff had already resigned
e. the personnel department cannot cope with the paper work

4. ______ which was on a very important situation.
a. They seemed interested in both houses
b. We really need a hotel
c. I arrived late for the meeting
d. It should have been easy to get there
e. His mother decided to come by car

5. ______ that the case was much more problematical than he had originally thought.
a. According to the lawyer, much is involved
b. The witnesses were called in
c. As the police had reported
d. Following the uproar caused by the press coverage
e. In the light of the new evidence, the judge realized

6. Be sure to make a note of his phone number ……………..
a. if ever they decide to write to us
b. so that we can let him know when we are arriving
c. which had probably been changed anyhow
d. that will explain where he can get the car serviced
e. as soon as we know where we will be staying
7. It is well known ................
a. as mothers ought to be more patient with their children
b. so you would save a great deal of money
c. that the heating of most foods causes losses in the vitamin content
d. if several friends will help me paint my house
e. because Mel is so stubborn that it is useless to try to convince him

8. ..............., they vary in their arrangement and in their manner of presenting the supplies.
a. Whether the lives of all such authors are included in biographical reference books
b. If the book you want is listed in the catalogue
c. Since the table of contents appears at the front of the book
d. Although all good dictionaries contain essentially the same kind of information
e. As dictionary compilers do not themselves decide the meaning and spelling of words

9. Since the price of terrain is rising rapidly ................
a. you have been lucky to find something at that price
b. he would have drawn all his money from the bank
c. the method of advertising would have been changed
d. there was no need to express your views so strongly
e. this land is not suitable for growing trees of any kind

10. ..............., particularly if there has been an accident.
a. By 8 o'clock the car will be ready to collect
b. Fortunately, most traffic signs are now international
c. You should have got in touch with your insurance company
d. It is wise to study a plan of the communications system
e. Punishments for drunken driving can be severe

11. ............... because they help to prepare the scholar for the final examination.
a. A dictionary is a reliable guide to pronunciation
b. Examinations given during the term are useful
c. The competent composition teacher realized
d. Surely you understood the importance of being able to speak and write effectively
e. None of them was adequately prepared

12. He didn't settle into the new job .............
a. which problems could have been avoided
b. if they had offered a higher salary
c. whether he was experienced or not
d. unless he had to work occasionally on a Sunday
e. as quickly as he had expected to
13. Faxing is a means of telecommunications, .............
a. which worked on a system similar to the telephone system
b. that has developed very quickly over the past few years
c. hence, charges will vary according to the time of the day
d. unless companies were using it in place of telex machines
e. whether or not you state the name of the receiver

14. ............, manufacturers could bring down the prices of their products.
a. Despite careful market research
b. Since companies misjudge the market
c. Knowing how much the public was prepared to pay
d. Instead of spending so much money on advertising
e. Not only must you supply a good product

15. ............ when I retire next year.
a. I expect Robert will take over as chairman
b. The meeting has been put off
c. Many alterations would have taken place
d. I hadn't decided what to say at the party
e. I would be able to send you the price list

16. If I had known you were coming .............
a. I can ask John to join us
b. there is a very delicious meal waiting for you
c. I would have arranged to stay at home this evening
d. you won't need to take a taxi to the station
e. I should have given you my telephone number
17. ............ although the quality of the goods is rather poor.
a. They had left obliged to vote on it
b. The effectiveness of the campaign had been prevented
c. In my view, it was already too late
d. Buyers could not have been found
e. His business is expanding quite fast

18. ............ even though he is a lot younger than the rest of us.
a. The girls did better than the boys in the race
b. The flowers we sent him are still looking fresh
c. Whoever said that was mistaken
d. None of us actually saw it happen
e. You should have invited his sister to join us

19. ............ until you have found another work.
a. There are so many unemployed
b. There are a lot of advertisements in the papers
c. Don't tell anyone you are leaving
d. I thought you were perfectly happy working here
e. nobody else could have advised

20. ............ whose coat was stolen last month?
a. Why were they surprised
b. Do you have their address
c. How unusual is it
d. Isn't that the new librarian
e. Is there any news yet

21. ............ we really ought to leave as soon as possible.
a. Since we shall probably have a long wait at the bus station
b. since the streets are always busy at this hour
c. Though it is getting very late
d. Until we know which plane they are coming on
e. If there's no need to hurry

22. ............ they had already finished their launch.
a. When we finally arrived
b. If only we had waited for them
c. Unless she managed to get there on time
d. While you were watching the television
e. Whenever we are invited to their house

23. Everyone who met him at that time agreed .............
a. how he is like his mother
b. if his political views ever will get public
c. that he was likely to become the most influential physicist of his age
d. how successfully he has been as a pianist
e. though he was not as healthy as he would have liked to be

24. Even though the effect of the famine have been made worse by the political instability in the country_____.
a. the West would have shown its sympathy in a most generous manner
b. it was beyond the power of any government to undertake the responsibility
c. a fair distribution of the available food will have been achieved
d. so one disaster was naturally followed by another
e. food is now being distributed wherever it is needed

25. ________, but it is not the only one.
a. Newspaper prices have risen dramatically in current years
b. Most ailments are caused by germs and bad hygiene
c. Technological competition is a serious problem for the book industry
d. The printing press was invented by Johann Gutenberg in Mainz, Germany, in the fifteenth century
e. The judge rebuked the witnesses for their disrespectful behavior during the trial



SENTENCE COMPLETION TEST – 24


1. ............ how they can be expecting to make any income at all.
a) We were puzzled
b) They didn't assume
c) I don't see
d) It has already been
e) They had been denied

2. ............ that estimation of future work force supplies is certainly wanted.
a) From the forgoing discussion it is obvious
b) We were extremely concerned
c) The manager is wondering
d) It had been under discussion for a long time
e) The committee was asked

3. This notion would be easy to exemplify and defend, ............ .
a) however much time they can allow us
b) so long as they had provided us with sufficient assistance
c) for there was a great deal of disagreement among the participants
d) if it were not for the fact that we haven't got precise data
e) until the whole controversy has been ended

4. Isn't that the woman ............ ?
a) which is responsible for the design of the Chinese gardens
b) that he lost his temper at the board meeting
c) who have just returned from a business conference in Katmandu
d) if he knew how to negotiate such delicate matters
e) whose daughter has won a scholarship to pursue her graduate studies in England

5. Don't you think it is noteworthy ............ ?
a) in case so many people would have marched in protest
b) if the resolution had been passed
c) how quickly they had cancelled all the flights
d) whether they were re-elected
e) that 15 people have resigned since Mr. Brown was appointed manager

6. Most of the people take it for granted _____ .
a) they realized just how serious the drug problem had become
b) that the new interest policy contributed to the greater degree of stability in prices at this period
c) why no survivors whatsoever were found
d) how all receipts and papers concerning the transaction mysteriously disappeared
e) why the other passengers had absolutely no comment to make at all about the accident

7. _____, Brooksborough was one of the few textile towns that continued to grow in the twentieth century.
a) If the government lifted the sanctions
b) Since its trade was both flexible and varied
c) However unpopular the scheme had seemed to many
d) As soon as the industrial revolution got under way
e) Just as many industrial areas were competing with each other

8. Smallpox vaccination became popular _____ .
a) that eventually this disease would gave been completely wiped out
b) even though the success rate, according to recent realistic, is still rather doubtful
c) even if it had not been a fatal disease that brought death to all levels of society
d) however unlikely one is to come in contact with the disease
e) only after Halle’s discovery that the less dangerous cowpox material was an effective immunizing agent

9. The hilly has the ability to take off vertically, _____ .
a) even though the winds were blowing at gale force
b) if it can take off in a very restricted space
c) which, in certain circumstances, is its main advantages over other types of aircraft
d) whenever the pilot felt himself obliged to make a forced landing
e) if the cost of its uptake hadn't been a heavy burden on the budget

10. _____ in case any one party ignores the obligations it has undertaken in the agreement.
a) Obviously, very serious problems will arise
b) They may have rejected the offer
c) They were obviously determined to be present at the opening of the talks
d) The last speaker was quite adamant on the need to resume fighting
e) The observers may have been very upset

11. _____ who played an important role in the revival of the ideals of classical antiquity.
a) There is still a lively debate going on among scholars
b) Dr. Davies lectured on the Renaissance
c) He then went on to explain why such Renaissance figures
d) Calpero also lived in the Renaissance
e) Bach is rightly regarded as a humanist
12. _____, even though most of the European Countries are stepping up their own production.
a) This is just one of many developments in international trade
b) England still imported a great deal of tropical fruit
c) Canada's exports of fruit and vegetables will have dropped sharply
d) Coal remains an important item of international trade
e) By the end of the month figures concerning the dollar reserves will have been processed

13. Before the National Health Service Act came into force in 1938 in U.S., _____ .
a) the funding of hospitals was a major issue in human politics
b) these people aren't able to afford medical advice
c) there have been angry debates about the necessity for it
d) everyone realized that these were all, fundamentally, political issues
e) many doctors would feel that the transition had been extremely painful

14. The politician didn’t accept
a) that he had said the taxes should be raised
b) about saying the taxes should be raised
c) he hadn't said the taxes should be raised
d) if he said the taxes should be raised
e) having not said the taxes should be raised

15. Engineering is optimizing. This is,................
a) the raw materials with which engineers work seldom are found in useful forms
b) unlike a pure scientist, the engineer is not free to choose the field that interests him
c) engineers can easily find high-paid jobs anywhere in Hie world
d) most engineering problems are answered ultimately in dollars and cents
e) the engineering solution is the most desirable end result taking into account many factors

16. Since defence, economics and social welfare make up a large proportion of politics,.................
a) people everywhere are being exposed to other countries' customs and ideas owing to the development in mass-
communication
b) social stresses may occur because of the population explosion or problems arising from mass migration problems
c) politicians should be chosen among economists or sociologists
d) whether politicians like it or not, scientists are becoming involved in government and therefore in politics itself
e) the education of all politicians in developing countries unfits them to understand science

17. It is preferable to place a sterile or clean cloth against the spot where a bleeding occurs, pressing it tightly with your hand.
Though,.................
a) large arteries lie close to the surface of the body along the bones of the arms and legs
b) a tourniquet is a device used for stopping bleeding by shutting off the flow of blood
c) it is more important to stop bleeding than to use a clean cloth, if necessary, apply pressure to the wound with your bare
hand
d) many people either do not know how to give first aid or they immediately panic
e) when we say that we give first aid, we mean that we provide immediate and temporary care for the victim of an accident or
sudden illness

18. When astronomers observe the sky,.................
a) it can be noticed that the universe is expanding like a balloon
b) they see it not as it is now, like the man in the street does, but also as it was in the past
c) they broadcast powerful radio waves which vary in length
d) the difference between astronomy and astrology becomes obvious
e) within a year, thirty-five astonishing objects called quasars had been found

19. Farmers in this machine age can produce more food with less labor. This means.................
a) they need to hire extra workers all the time
b) the number of larger farms and more prosperous farmers will rise
c) a typical mechanized farm should be 150 acres
d) there is no great improvement on the farms in developing countries
e) it takes a long time and a lot of money to build a farm house

20. The telephone brought Bell fame and fortune before he was thirty. He never ceased inventing, nevertheless, .................
a) he didn't have a telephone in his laboratory so that he wouldn't be disturbed while working
b) as an aid to surgery, he developed a telephonic probe which located bullets and other metal in the body
c) some country audiences almost panicked when they heard a voice coming from an iron box called telephone
d) in July 1877, when Bell Telephone Company was formed, over 100 telephones were in operation
e) in his later discoveries he was never able to equal his first success, the telephone

21. The contributions made by the Middle Ages to pure science were not very essential..................
a) However, there was considerable progress in the application of science to the industrial arts, and, in general, to the affairs of
everyday life
b) To illustrate, glassmaking, which had been developed in antiquity, flourished during this period
c) Perhaps the outstanding industrial development in this period was the invention of printing press
d) William Caxton brought the printing press to England in 1476; other pioneers set up presses in Holland, France and Italy
e) There is a clear distinction between pure science and technology; the latter applies the laws set by pure scientist to everyday
life

22. No account of the solar system would be complete without mention of comets,.................
a) if you are fortunate enough to see a comet, notice just where it is in relation to the stars
b) because a comet's tail regularly grows in size and brightness as the comet gets closer to the sun
c) quite a large number of comets are discovered every century, but most of them are enormously faint objects
d) for they are just as much members of the sun's family as are the major and minor planets
e) some people have superstitions about comets, for instance they believe comets cause natural disasters

23. Not like the sulpha drugs, which are hard crystals,................
a) penicillin was accidentally discovered by Fleming
b) some people are allergic to penicillin
c) there is always a hope of discovering more powerful drugs someday
d) penicillin has saved thousands of lives since it was first invented
e) the penicillin is made up of plant material that the body eventually absorbs

24. ................ On account of the weakened bone structure, the legs bow under the body's weight.
a) Rabbies is an acute, infectious disease of the brain with fatal results
b) Anthrax is one of the most dreaded infectious diseases of animals and is transmissible to man
c) Tuberculosis is one of the most important infectious diseases of the world, and one that has made its impact felt down
through the ages
d) Rickets is a disease in which an improper metabolism results in poor calcification of bones in the growing animal
e) Although rheumatism is thought to be an illness of old age, young people can also suffer from it

25. Darwin's theory of evolution was based on the observation____.
a) while amassing evidence for 25 years in support of it
b) why many people of his own age were reluctant to confess it
c) whether his insight really was revolutionary
d) that all individuals of the same species are not identical
e) as the multiplicity of forms seemed unending

SENTENCE COMPLETION TEST - 25


1. There are millions of billions of cells in human body;.................
a) the protoplasm of the human body is contained within
cells, which are the structural units in the body
b) there are also a large number of red blood cells
c) cell division is a relatively complicated process
d) similar cells are grouped together in a regular fashion to form tissues
e) the red blood cells alone number some twenty-five trillion

2. Even though most aquatic plants live only in water, some species may also live on land. However,.................
a) aquatic plants are generally divided into four groups
b) among the best-known of these plants is a type called "salvinia"
c) the land-dwelling form often differs in appearance from the aquatic form
d) most aquatic plants require large amounts of light and should not be grown in shaded areas
e) the term "aqua" means "water" in Latin

3. Transportation routes tend to be straight lines between any two traffic centres, unless................
a) ocean routes are deflected by land masses
b) we decide that waterways are the best conveyance of goods
c) there are such obstacles as mountains or bodies of water, or it seems worthwhile to deviate from the straight line to serve an
intermediate trade centre
d) we start using animals such as horse as did the prehistoric man
e) the areas on which transportation routes are geographically flat

4. Antipyretics, agents used to reduce the body temperature if it rises above normal, as in fever, do not affect the infectious
cause of a fever. So,.............
a) they reduce fever by depressing the heat-regulating centres in the mid-brain, by reducing the metabolic rate of the body,
and by increasing heat loss
b) Some of them have pain-killing properties and sometimes used in minor fever reactions to give relief and comfort
c) the oldest antipyretic method is the application of cold in the form of coal baths, cold wrappings and ice packs
d) it should be advisable to take precaution to keep the body temperature at normal all through one's life
e) their use has been replaced considerably by drugs such as sulpha drugs and antibiotics



5. It now seem possible that the earth is not the only inhabited planet in the universe; there is evidence that many of the stars
in the sky have planetary systems. Furthermore,.................
a) research concerning the origin of life on earth suggests that the physical and chemical processes leading to the origin of life
occur rapidly in the early history of the
majority of planets
b) it was believed that there were man-made canals on Mars
c) many of people claiming they have been kidnapped by extraterrestrial beings cannot present any proofs to the scientists
d) interstellar space flight is far beyond our present technical capabilities
e) if there are intelligent beings living on other planets, they must be civilizations technically in advance of our own

6. Many pairs of words which were formerly hyphenated have been combined to make single words..................
a) Hypens are used to indicate that two or more words are to be read together as a single word
b) Good judgement, observation, and a dictionary are needed to guide our use of hyphens
c) To illustrate, "boatman" was once "boat-man", and "handkerchief' was "hanker-chief
d) Hyphens should always be placed between words, which combined, would produce awkward positions of letters such as "re-
enter", not "reenter"
e) " Cold - producing ", " skin - care " and " post -industrial " are only a few of the examples of hyphenated words

7. Birthdays implies different things to each of us.................
a) The first people to give birthday parties were the ancient Europeans
b) To adults birthdays evoke an enormous range of sentiments, awakening for some of us excitement reminiscent of childhood
c) "Happy Birthday to You" is the most frequently sung number in the world
d) The most widely embraced of the customs associated with birthdays is the wearing of the gemstone which symbolizes the
month of your birth
e) Birthday cakes with candles are indispensable at birthday parties almost all over the world

8. Your memory, which you may think to be poor, is in fact quite excellent....................
a) It is just that at present you do not have full control of it
b) A good memory is not a simple gift; it is a reward
c) You should learn the difference between long-term memory and short-term memory
d) Real remembering involves being alert to recognize information you will need again
e) Memory is a series of activities of learning, remembering, recognizing and re-learning

9. In the beginning, men merely observed the weather..................
a) They eventually learned that they could not forecast the weather very successfully without understanding how it worked
b) The weather has always exerted a powerful influence on human affairs, and for centuries men have studied the atmosphere
and tried to understand its behaviour
c) Then they began to try to use their observations as a basis for predicting what the weather would do next
d) Greeks believed that the universe consisted of four elements: fire, water, earth and air
e) Some of the natural phenomena like thunderstorms, floods, hurricanes were regarded as deeds of angry gods

10. ................, in all civilizations dress is worn for different reasons such as, to enhance the appearance of the wearer and to
declare his place in society.
a) Whether or not garments are needed for protection
b) Although the number of tailors are decreasing day by day
c) On the other hand, more and more people are buying ready - made clothes
d) As the prices of clothes are increasing day by day
e) No matter how beautifully designed

11. How or when the domestication of dogs took place is not well known, ..............
a) yet the breeds of dogs are varied in size, function, origin and other aspects
b) additionally their history must be traced through their ancestors, the domesticated wolves
c) but the association of these animals with man began at least 10,000 years ago
d) in contrast, centuries ago they served as foot warmers during services in unheated churches
e) still in the old world the earliest definite remains of the dogs were found at a Middle Stone Age site in Britain.

12. Ears are not usually found in invertebrates,.................
a) therefore in humans, the ear consists of three major parts
b) because some invertebrates have special structures that help them in maintaining their equilibrium
c) although many insects have specialized structures for detecting vibrations
d) as the ear is a special organ concerned primarily with hearing
e) because ears are responsible for maintaining the organism's balance

13. Unless it's actually rainy outside,.................
a) you needn't have worn your raincoat
b) you shouldn't have taken the umbrella
c) we can't hope for a sunny day out
d) we keep the windows open
e) you won't have to water the garden

14. He makes friends simply with............
a) every place he goes to
b) no matter who they are
c) however he prefers to approach them
d) whoever he meets
e) whichever hotel he stays at

15. She was frightened
a) lest he might drown
b) so that her husband could have been killed in the accident
c) since she hasn't studied enough for the test
d) in order to meet her furious boss
e) in case the party is spoilt by heavy rain

16. Let them assault;.................................
a) there was no one left in the village
b) the other side had always won
c) we'll defeat them anyway
d) they have already signed a peace treaty with the neighbouring country
e) we were waiting for this attack for some time so we were ready to fight back

17. Despite all his efforts.................................
a) fortunately he got the job
b) he will again find a way to get away with the crime
c) he should have been promoted
d) he could have easily saved the drowning boy
e) he was not successful in the last race


18. I find it shocking......
a) that the student failed all the final exams.
b) so that he has been awarded the first prize.
c) as a result people should attend the funeral.
d) in case the thief entered the sleeping room.
e) in order that John can repair the roof.

19. Although the parents are concerned with their children's development in primary schools,......
a) it is those schools that need more attention.
b) the problems of high school students are usually ignored.
c) the professors do not seem to be in touch with parents.
d) better solutions had to be sought in laboratories.
e) most parents try to understand teenagers.

20. It was once thought that mentally retarded children develop mentally......
a) experimentation by scientists shows the opposite.
b) but it is apparently not so much articulate.
c) as do normal children but stop earlier.
d) however there is no question on this point.
e) as the doctors do in most cases.

21. Are we to believe then ,-------
a) to be European champion in boxing?
b) to check the facilities in our hotel?
c) which meeting was attended by the vice - president?
d) one of the programs that I found most interesting?
e) that to be European champion is the pinnacle of success?

22. I am forced to comment on the cavalier manner.----------
a) the production was truly a masterpiece.
b) that the photograph of the president was taken.
c) which the Royal presence was provided by the king.
d) in which Easter celebrations were covered by the BBC this year.
e) Queen Elizabeth did not in act attend the celebrations.

23. No matter where you live or work,.---------
a) living in London is difficult and expensive.
b) the management and protection of your wealth which needs judgement.
c) saving will improve your financial position.
d) to get your money growing rapidly.
e) the financial environment which controls most of the transactions.

24. Retirement is a time,----------
a) for making life - long dreams come true.
b) when you had a lot of free time.
c) when you are offered a wide range of opportunities.
d) if you have property interests in this country.
e) in order that you send for more information.

25. Six conductors specializing in different areas of music ,----------
a) which are popular among youngsters.
b) attempt to answer these and other questions relating to their work.
c) which attract large audiences.
d) winning a glorious victory in their struggles.
e) contain familiar members of the symphony orchestra such as the violin and the clarinet.

SENTENCE COMPLETION TEST – 26


1. Having failed to persuade the senators,--------.
A) the representatives asked the president to resign
B) the president said he might resign.
C) a new derision was taken by the president.
D) people criticized the president severely.
E) the senate was criticized by the president.

2. By growing these unusual plants,__________.
A) people would recognize the importance of underwater plant life
B) the gardener meant to impress the enthusiastic habitat
C) the scientists tend to curtail the negative effects of pesticides
D) their natural habitats wish to reunite them as before
E) the centre expects to reintroduce some into their natural habitats

3. __________could they produce their great masterpieces?
A) Since the composers were too busy trying to impress their audience,
B) Even though they know they would be to earn a lot of money,
C) If the impressionist painters were alive today,
D) While the painters were dealing with the colourful scenery,
E) As no one guessed how much effort was necessary for a valuable painting,

4. Faced with hostility from the people they are charged with protecting,__________.
A) Soviet soldiers frequently become addicted to drugs
B) the people living in Russia never meant to be attacked
C) the protection, in fact, come from a county they never anticipated
D) the policemen were responsible for keeping an eye on these people
E) the soldiers of Germany did not intend to attack then

5. It is very significant that a dog----------.
A) be prohibited from chewing on any thing they can break
B) should prohibit chewing on indigestible things.
C) bites sizeable chunks of food
D) may pierce the intestinal wall
E) brings painful death unless surgery is promptly performed

6. Tooth and jaw development will normally continue_______
A) but at times much longer
B) that affect the development of the puppies
C) till the dog is more than a year old
D) saving your possessions from destruction
E) in addition to inherited barking tendencies
7. __________lies in a wonderful setting on the slopes of Mount Bonifato.
A) In that period, new commercial centres,
B) The castle is square in plan with massive towers,
C) This city was founded by the Romans,
D) The theatre has an impressive view which,
E) This town, known as the birthplace of Cielo.

8. The sport of racing on bikes, and sometimes tricycles________
A) should be avoided over distances from 440 yards to 10 miles for adults
B) is advised to people especially during the rush hour.
C) was invented since it was advised to fat people.
D) can be dangerous due to the cheerfulness of individuals.
E) may take place on a track or on a public road.

9. A heat pump is a single electric system_________
A) that people can remove heat from a building.
B) that both heats and cools.
C) how can anybody live in such hot climate.
D) we nowadays pump water uphill to reservoirs.
E) used in some buildings with heat pumps.

10. Scientists have always been interested in volcanoes even though
A) some consider language interesting.
B) they often may have to risk their lives.
C) there are live volcanoes in Turkey.
D) volcanoes give warnings of their activity.
E) volcanoes are of interest to many volcanologists.

11. __________ until they witnessed the results of the one in Adapazarı.
A) Nobody was conscious about how dangerous earthquakes would be
B) Earthquakes are always feared by both animals and mankind
C) What could be done to avoid earthquakes
D) The government had taken all the measures dealing with the earthquake
E) But help from neighbouring countries came too soon

12. Nowadays even cars have air conditioners in them, particularly______
A) when the publishing company regards the positive psychological effects.
B) if they are planned to be sold to the rich who regard planes much safer than cars.
C) since luxury is a term changing its meaning as we now have more affluent societies.
D) in warm climates where travelling can otherwise turn into a terrible experience.
E) in cases when they are complaining about being produced under abnormal conditions.
13. Nobody could guess that this naughty boy would one day change the outlook of the world__________
A) since he had never been a hard working and obedient child.
B) thus, they were shocked when he was sent to prison.
C) because he had always been creative both at work and at home.
D) therefore, his talents amazed his parents and kind of irritated his colleagues.
E) so he created something which made life easier for most everyone.

14. _______volcanoes give warnings of their activity.
A) Some may find it difficult to accept that
B) As can be seen in the case of Surtsey
C) History books may allege otherwise
D) Everybody in this country know that
E) One has to learn more about the world we live in

15. In spite of the festive mood,________
A) they had come not to celebrate but to protest.
B) people have arrived to celebrate but to protest.
C) we had all come to not celebrate and to protest.
D) they had celebration in mind not protests.
E) he didn’t feel as happy during the celebration.

16. Since the rain had cleared and since there was a gentle touch of winter in the air__________.
A) he couldn't afford to be laid up; he had to go to New York.
B) he announced that he was "ducking out".
C) he opened his umbrella and began to wait for her.
D) he couldn't put on rubbers to the party although it was ruining.
E) he started to hail a bus, and then changed his mind and begun to walk.

17. __________; however, David dozed fitfully through their shrill complaints.
A) When he opened his eyes it was morning
B) The kittens missed their mother and proved it by crying all night
C) He had just brought the kittens home as a birthday gift for his daughter
D) He had had a terrible fight with his wife and kept crying all through the night
E) His wife couldn't sleep on account of the dogs barking outside the house

18. The motion of the car made her sick and________
A) honed all the doctors for a consultation.
B) she realized how good it was to be home.
C) she tucked him up in blankets to keep him warm.
D) the pain across her back stabbed her again.
E) she remembered to empty the hat water bag.

19. She thought of how different everything would be in the country,__________
A) where could have all the milk and eggs you wanted.
B) where you would not feel terrified to criticize the system.
C) which could not send milk prices up each year
D) which complained about the milkman's coming late.
E) in which they would always dream of living in a village.
20. __________ that would further encourage conservation.
A) Nobody thought of taking advantage of natural gas
B) They decided to reduce the price of natural gas
C) The program may call for a tax on natural gas
D) They were happy to announce there was a huge supply of natural gas
E) There was an enormous demand for natural gas

21. Unless the weather is too cold__________.
A) there is no need to make a snowman.
B) we will not go swimming in this frozen lake.
C) you needn't go shopping for new swimming suits.
D) people should not concern about pipes' freezing.
E) I do not intend to march and protest low salaries.

22. It has been estimated in the recent report__________.
A) what the two billion unemployed people are.
B) that there are now nearly two billion unemployed people.
C) that claimed there were two billion unemployed.
D) where are the two billion unemployed citizens.
E) that are the two billion unemployed citizens.

23. .................._ ; however, it can be traced back to 1600.
A) It is a well-known fact that people had bicycles in 1448
B) The number of bicycles produced each year is not given in statistics
C) The exact date of the invention of the bicycle has never been recorded
D) The first bicycle looked somehow different from what we know today
E) However, it should be before that of tricycles

24. The fear of snakes is grossly exaggerated...................
A) being very poisonous, they usually cause the death of more than 3.200 people each year.
B) Since only 7 species of the hundreds of
C) Families of snakes are poisonous.
D) And the minute you see one, you should run away as fast as you can.
E) However, exaggeration may be a sing indicating inferiority complex.

25. .................. there is nothing to be anxious about as long as you find an open area and write S.O.S with white stones.
A) In case you do not know how to swim and fall overboard
B) If you ever get lost in a forest
C) Unless you can put out the fire, do not panic
D) Nevertheless, you can still walk to the nearest town
E) Inasmuch as you get lost in a jungle

SENTENCE COMPLETION TEST - 27


1. Do not buy a boat which is much bigger than you and your family can handle; .................._
A) Especially if summer is coining and if your friends will envy you when you go sailing.
B) Before you buy one make sure you learn everything about handling it remember «o mechanics off shore.
C) but do not buy a fairly expensive one since you can invite a friend of yours to travel with you.
D) Unless you are feeling lonesome, consider buying a sailboat,which is quite large.
E) On the other hand do not buy one that is too small for all your "longlost" friends who will appear immediately.

2. ..................; consequently, we should learn more about history and faults in the past.
A) Time is precious
B) Once passed, soon forgotten
C) He, who laughs last, laughs the best
D) There is no way of avoiding faults
E) repeats itself

3. Most people complain..................,
A) that their jobs are boning and that they are sick and tired of their jobs' fixed routines.
B) However, police officers, journalists and detectives seldom full into this group.
C) Nevertheless, jobs with fixed routines are usually boring.
D) but nobody can he very effective if their jobs aren't routine.
E) Now that these people often see their doctors and receive appropriate
treatment.

4. My much loved comics character is Charlie Brown,.................._
A) that "Peanuts" be came famous all over the world.
B) which the comic series "Peanuts" consists of.
C) who is one of the characters in C.M Schultz's "Peanuts".
D) whom supplied me all the comic series on the market. ,
E) where you can buy all sorts of comic books.

5. Ten out of twenty parents in the survey say they would choose to have children..................
A) whether only or more died.
B) unless they weren't given a change. .
C) especially when they have family conflicts.
D) if they had it to do again.
E) since they didn't have any.

6. He was probably to be fired if he asked for more pay.
A) since there were always plenty of other workers to take his job.
B) while the boss himself was also fired just last week.
C) although he was a good worker, he didn't like his job very much.
D) because his wife was expecting a third baby and they needed more
money.
E) as the fire brigade had vacant positions that year.

7. .................................... some of it evaporates and some of it sinks into the earth.
A) The ground absorbs all the rainwater especially in dry seasons,
B) While the rainwater refreshes the flowers and plants,
C) Rain falls when the air is saturated with moisture,
D) In some regions, it never rains,
E) When rainwater collects on the surface of the ground,

8. If erosion goes on at the same rate...............
A) people will have to do something about explosives to stop it.
B) it will never be a problem for people living in this part of the
country.
C) we'll have to do something to accelerate its speed.
D) the country will be worn completely down to sea level in about 23
million years.
E) the rate will never cease in the coming centuries due to our deep
interest.

9. ...............that would be able to make long ocean voyages without having to hug the shore.
A) The principle was to be in line with the method
B) What we want is a strong boat
C) His goal was to design and equip vessels
D) The pirates were looking for a weapon
E) The plane was a real miracle, elegant and strong

10. ..............., but it at the same time varied widely depending on the input.
A) Not only professors worked on the system
B) Not only was the system over complicated
C) Never had I seen a more complex system
D) Never were the scientists at a loss for words
E) The system was a complete success

11. Unfortunately, later measurements displayed...............
A) all that we were looking for, enabling us to finish the project successfully.
B) that the unit designated was not exactly that fraction, but they continued to use it.
C) us exactly what we had been looking for - nothing more – nothing less.
D) the engineers the way to the building they had constructed.
E) the direction toward the east of the newly built factory.

12. ............... how a person experiences or perceives the world around her.
A) The question at hand should be
B) As a child grows he has to cope with many obstacles
C) While trying to grow up and become a nature man
D) What I and my colleagues are wondering about
E) Many psychologists today are working to try to determine just

13. They have gradualty assumed a typical American flavour………….
A) and thus I now like coffee much more than I did in my youth.
B) although New Years' resolutions in the United States stem from as
many cultures as do the people themselves.
C) since Americans fought for their independence but Indians didn't.
D) as well as keeping their own customs and traditions.
E) and Japanese never accepted the American way of living.

14. .................................... is the explanation of the factors underlying the general tendency to which we have just referred.
A) Whom they work with enthusiastically
B) What is the general reader's interesting expectation
C) Why are people interested in
D) Of interest to the general reader
E) Looking for reasonable solutions

15. The tendency of average man in megalopolis. ............................
A) can distinguish between urban life and rural life.
B) is to dwell far out in an undistinguished community.
C) may live far away from civilization.
D) can explain why the individual in modern society is lonely.
E) was to give warmth and a sense of belonging.

16. If people are influenced at all by the huge commercial entertainments industry,....................................
A) they are likely to be worse at developing real personal relationships.
B) this is the minimum for their getting along in our world.
C) teachers should prepare their pupils to find a place in society.
D) they are largely engaged in repetitive and insignificant tasks in industry.
E) one's own circumstances are unhappy, tedious, insecure,and unattractive.

17. ...................................., tradition is usually a sufficient guide to action.
A) Despite the lack of very powerful leaders
B) At all levels of development of the legal system
C) The society's capacity to respond to a breach of law
D) When law and custom are most closely linked
E) Where the rate of culture change is relatively slow

18. .................., there were few others.
A) Some people lacked the ability to learn from every experience
B) Scant as these clues are to the formation of greatness
C) George was scarcely in his teens when his father died
D) No one could have guessed that he would prove capable
E) They crossed the mountains on horseback

19. It is for all time rather less insulting..................____.
A) to take slimming pills than to eat less.
B) cutting out sweet things entirely than going easy on the starch.
C) to call somebody "plump" than to call her "fat".
D) to stick to bananas than to eat as much as possible.
E) calling someone "thin" than "skinny".

20. Their parents did everything they could....................................
A) to try to save the marriage.
B) to get divorced all the same.
C) make me change my mind.
D) reunite the divorced couple.
E) determine not be play in the garden.

21. ...................................., I shall decide to change my approach and behave.
A) Because acting is a steady job
B) If the recruiting system was ineffective
C) Due to the fact that the British imperialism was good
D) When the time comes
E) In spite of all my determination


22. Millions of Americans believe in UFOs ………...
A) though nothing has been found to confirm their existence
B) after they had watched "Star Wars".
C) because they travel faster than our fastest spacecraft
D) so the idea of space travels used to gain in importance
E) for there has been significant progress in astronomy

23. After a full day's work at a souvenir shop yesterday, .................
A) Betty has desired nothing but a good rest
B) she had put in another six hours as a waitress in a café before heading home
C) her friends have asked her to go to the cinema
D) Janine had better look for another job now
E) the manager should make an increase in my
salary

24. .................. because they had run out of ammo.
A) the allied forces have decided to send help
B) the commander is disappointed
C) the enemy forces had to surrender
D) about one hundred soldiers were deployed to the battle-field
E) the soldiers have fled from the battle-ground

25. Although we have made a significant reduction in costs,..........
A) clients had desired some more decrease in prices
B) almost everyone seems eager to do shopping here
C) we still haven't observed a noticeable increase in the number of our
customers
D) people got used to asking for further discounts
E) we were determined to give 5%
discount for cash

SENTENCE COMPLETION TEST – 28


1- As soon as the Minister of Economy announced deflation in our currency, ……….
A) interest rates, quite naturally, began escalating rapidly
B) great companies had already taken the necessary precautions
C) little businesses became brisker than ever before
D) the opposition had better call for an urgent election
E) people of all sides have raised their voices against the government

2- If not we follow good commerce strategy, ……….
A) our employees will work more vigorously than ever before
B) the rival companies are going to lose their customers
C) our business will improve very rapidly
D) we will undoubtedly go bankrupt
E) the government may provide us with the necessary amount of money we need

3- Strolling across the park one evening,.....................
A) I have understood how great efforts have been paid for these gardens
B) the headmaster has warned me not to walk there again
C) I spotted a bag full of toys
D) my pupils may harm the plants in the garden
E) Jackie has found a crisp $ 500 note

4- I hadn't expected that the other side would have any chance of beating our players.
A) No one had thought we would lose the match.
B) It seemed impossible for the other side to win us, but they did.
C) The other side lost the match, which ensured our championship.
D) I thought that the other side would win the match, but they couldn't.
E) As I had expected, the other side lost the match.

5- If she had let us know how desperate her financial circumstances were, we might have
helped her.
A) Since he didn't tell us about his grave financial situation, we couldn't help him.
B) It was because he had informed us about his financial situation that we were able to help him.
C) We had had hardly any money; therefore, we couldn't help him.
D) What he should have done was to inform us about his serious financial situation.
E) He had told us that he was in a very difficult situation but we weren't able to help him.


6- When entered the room, ……… .
A) the telephone was ringing wildly
B) we have felt so exhausted that we will have a good rest
C) my little child was running towards me arms wide open
D) plates of half-eaten food were scattered in front of the TV
E) I was shocked to see my brother lying on the floor in a pool of blood

7- ................... since there is no decisive proof of any life beyond Earth.
A) Hollywood is trying to earn money by making movies
B) Human beings have thoughtlessly destroyed the environment in the past
three decades
C) People are carelessly causing destruction in the world
D) Many species are in danger of becoming extinct
E) I don't believe that alien life exists

8- ................, so he takes me with him.
A) My brother hates going out alone
B) The boss must have found a great capacity in him
C) He doesn't know how to use that new software program
D) Jack is tremendously interested in economics
E) The manager has already realized that I can handle the matter successfully

9- When my husband started taking that drug, ……….
A) which is called energy booster
B) he began experiencing loss of sleep, appetite and energy
C) his doctor has examined him several times
D) he should not have used it before asking a physician
E) there has been an increasing number of customers buying that kind of drug

10- Nina was so absorbed in the TV show...........................
A) about eight times we have phoned her, but without success
B) as there were many other fascinating ones in almost every channel
C) that she failed to hear the doorbell
D) she is carefully watching which one will be able to get the prize
E) her mother had better not disturb her

11- When the players complete this last set,
A) they will have played more than two consecutive hours
B) the referee had announced the winner
C) the winner was awarded a prize of $10,000
D) they would have finished the game ahead of the schedule
E) one of them fell at the tennis court

12- ....................., Mathew thought it highly doubtful that he would win the
contest.
A) Since he believed that he had been prepared adequately
B) At last, because his friends gave him massive support
C) With the exception of his father, who didn't want his son to participate in the match
D) Although he had trained for months
E) Even if his coach has wanted desperately to persuade him to take part in the competition

13- From the plants with medicinal purposes, ……….
A) my mother chooses especially the one that is not bitter
B) has been onion because it's beneficial for epileptic
C) garlic is probably the most widely benefited
D) grape is suspected of leading to heart-disease
E) scientists claim that it's useful to eat oranges, lemons and grapefruit as they are excellent sources of vitamin C

14- The final whistle of the match was approaching ..........................
A) however our team is incredibly unwilling to spend effort so as to become victorious
B) that our team had better double its efforts to heavily defeat the rival
C) after our trainer has made two substitutions at the same time
D) however the supporters of the both sides were happy about the result of the match
E) when the arbitrator showed red card to one of the players who used offensive language against him

15- .......................because of the unjust verdicts of the arbiter at the previous match.
A) The fans of the both sides have been heartened
B) Our teams trainer had never been so happy
C) Both teams' players got extremely furious
D) The rival team was decided to beat our team
E) The fans of the rival team claim that they play better, but are unable to score any goal

16- ..................... ; yet, millions of people believe that aliens exist.
A) We don't have any concrete knowledge about a single alien microbe
B) People all over the world are now aware of the fact that there is life beyond the Earth
C) Astronomers have been searching for extraterrestrial life for over three decades
D) Although no evidence has been found about them
E) Scientists have discovered a corpse that's claimed to be alien

17- Had it not been for the great rescues of our goalkeeper,......................
A) the opponent team would not have any chance of scoring any goal
B) the supporters may not see such magnificent goals again
C) our team would have been more heavily defeated
D) the home team had better buy new footballers
E) the arbiter would most probably show a red car to either of the players

18- In spite of the fact that Jason had been warned numerous times not to exceed the speed limit,................
A) he ignores the traffic rules, which requires him to get a new and valid driving license
B) he didn't take heed of the warning and went on driving as fast as it used to be
C) all of his father's warnings fell on deaf ears
D) he began paying attention to his driving speed more than ever before
E) he swore that he wouldn't commit such an offence again

19- .................., one can say it's very important to take the first steps in getting used to temperature change now.
A) Judging from the vehicular homicide on motorways every day
B) As people have become fully conscious of the present situation of the ozone layer
C) Considering the ongoing catastrophic results of bad weather conditions
D) Since there isn't any man truly specialized in climatology
E) The recent natural disasters brought some complicated questions to our minds

20- When I noticed that his request for a job was unsuccessful, ……
A) he wanted to inform me how unfortunate she was
B) his boss insisted that he didn't have the efficiency to handle the job
C) I wanted to give him my support
D) my boss immediately told me to find a new assistant as capable as I was
E) my eyes have quite naturally begun to well

21- Trying to switch on my car one morning, ………….
A) three masked men held their guns to my head
B) I turned the key and was dismayed to discover that the battery was dead
C) my wife usually tells me to inform her about my business commitments in time
D) two boys were waiting at the corner and turning their guns on me
E) I have been very happy to have found someone who will accompany so far as
to my house.

22- Something should be done for improving this highway, otherwise, .................
A) drivers will stop cursing the authorities
B) it will be easier to travel by car
C) many more lives will be killed
D) a family would have been killed in a traffic accident
E) new roads were opened at last

23- Of the three months of winter, …….
A) I'd like to spend my holiday in the hottest places of the world
B) my colleagues decided to visit my hometown next May
C) January is the coldest in Northern Hemisphere
D) but the Southern parts of the world become the most popular holiday places
E) in April, a traveller died due to the high moisture in the Amazonian rain forest

24- Convinced that the present economic catastrophe has occurred due to the mistreatment of authority, .....................
A) the government is determined to tackle the problem skilfully
B) new laws should be passed
C) the Prime Minister declared that he would personally deal with the problem
D) the Minister of Internal Affairs was forced to resign
E) the cabinet had gathered to discuss the problem
25- __________ is the growing danger of the residential towers overtaking the city's infrastructure.
A) Of more immediate concert
B) With more immediate concern
C) Concerning
D) Immediately concerned
E) Concerning more immediately

SENTENCE COMPLETION TEST – 29


1. Scientists proved that a lot of health benefits come from soybean ......................
A) is valuable for its high protein
B) though it's accepted by many doctors
C) so that especially egg should be more often eaten
D) because garlic has more medical value
E) that contains a large amount of protein.

2. So adapted have I become to using my car ....................
A) which does 220 mph
B) I did never want to go on foot anywhere
C) my friends always ask me to drive them to school
D) that I have almost forgotten walking
E) I had difficulty walking to my work when I sold it

3. Regardless of how easy tasks the manager gives the secretary,..................
A) she finishes them almost in time
B) Betty is good at particularly difficult ones
C) he deals with them efficiently
D) he had to do them on his own
E) she makes a mess of them

4. Both sides used expert mountaineering and hiking tools to complete their individual journeys, ................
A) which took two and a half days
B) for they had been utterly exhausted
C) so they have had almost no difficulty reaching the top of the mountain
D) while others have already given up climbing
E) that was a very challenging one

5. I wished I hadn't given him a job in the company....
A) even though he is less efficient than I once assumed
B) unless he makes a big effort to prove he can be useful
C) wherever a suitable vacancy may occur
D) that my father was a founding member
E) when I saw him behaving in such an irresponsible manner

6. Harry must have taken my car_____.
A) since no one else knows where I keep the car keys
B) that I left it in front of the office
C) if we have arranged to meet at the dentist's
D) as he would never do such a thing
E) as soon as I get back from the concert

7. Wouldn't it be sensible to seek a second opinion_____?
A) as events were to prove in the end
B) if the operation has to take place
C) that it was legally sound
D) before we come to any definite decision
E) why there were no obvious problems

8. The new English administration is still hesitating about_____.
A) who would have presided over the Senate
B) why so many new taxes had been imposed
C) whether to increase expenditure on education
D) how the problem of famine in Asia had been overcome
E) which program had been approved by the commission

9. Unless the southern part of the country gets some rain soon____.
A) they were considering reducing supplies even further
B) cotton would not have been an appropriate crop for the area
C) they have already started to irrigate the rice fields
D) it seems that the new dam is not very efficient
E) there'll be a poor fruit crop this year

10. Although there were a great many applicants for the vacancy,_____.
A) not one of them had the qualifications required
B) actually the salary is expected to improve
C) the new recruits will be put on a three-week special training program
D) unfortunately some of the staff had already resigned
E) the personnel department cannot cope with the paper work

11. ______which has a fairly central situation.
A) They seemed interested in both houses
B) We really need a hotel
C) I arrived late for the meeting
D) It should not have been difficult to get there
E) His mother decided to come by car

12. _____that the case was far more complex than he had originally thought.
A) According to the lawyer, much is involved
B) The witnesses were called in
C) As the police had reported
D) Following the uproar caused by the press coverage
E) In the light of the new evidence, the judge realized

13. ______how they can wait for making any profit at all.
A) We were puzzled
B) They didn't assume
C) I don't see
D) It has already been
E) They had been denied

14. ____that estimating future manpower requirements is definitely advantageous.
A) From the forgoing discussion it is obvious
B) We were extremely concerned
C) The manager is wondering
D) It had been under discussion for a long time
E) The committee was asked

15. This concept would be easy to illustrate and defend,______.
A) yet much time they can allow us
B) so long as they had provided us with adequate assistance
C) for there was a great deal of disagreement among the participants
D) if it were not for the fact that we haven't got accurate data
E) until the whole controversy has been ended

16. Don't you think it is important_____?
A) in case so many people would have marched in protest
B) if the resolution had been passed
C) how quickly they had cancelled all the flights
D) whether they were re-elected
E) that 26 people have resigned since Mr. Hunting was appointed manager

17. Even the manager was impressed at the speed and efficiency____________
A) until more problems have appeared.
B) that the project will be finished on time
C) whether the workers were prepared to go on strike
D) although some of the members had been warned earlier
E) with which the team worked

18. ______the answer of the West divided world opinion.
A) As soon as the NATO countries have formulated an effective policy
B) Unless Iraq is severely punished for its aggression
C) No matter how the board is constituted
D) As was to be expected
E) When the oil-producing countries gather in Vienna to discuss

19. Do not try to cut down or prune large trees
A) just as branches that appeared healthy had in fact been rotten inside
B) unless you are absolutely confident that you can do it properly
C) by making sure that your neighbors were not opposed to it at all
D) if the weather conditions had not been taken into account
E) in case the manager rejected the findings

20. If we do not get a lot of rain soon,
A) the price of fruit this year has been very reasonable
B) a great deal of land is still under water
C) the rainy season came late this year
D) they have already put away their winter clothes
E) the harvest this year will be a poor one

21. _______ that they will be made redundant once the office has been computerized.
A) They called off the strike
B) The board of directors discussed the matter fully
C) The management adopted new marketing policies
D) The prospect for the company looks rather gloomy
E) Most of the staff are sure

22. If your manager asked you to take an extra work without more pay,_____?
A) have you discussed the matter with him
B) would you agree to do so
C) why do you think he may have suggested this
D) what was the reaction of your colleagues
E) will you resign at once

23. Construction workers will carry on strike next Friday____________.
A) that they negotiated for over five hours and were unable to reach an agreement with the management
B) so long as the only solution for a settlement is an independent inquiry into their working conditions
C) because the two sides have done their best to settle their dispute by bargaining
D) in case the workers were asked to compromise and accept a pay rise of 20%
E) unless the management agrees to accept their claim for a 60% pay increase
24. ______some of America's most innovative architects set about rebuilding it in a bold style known as the "Chicago school".
A) After a great fire ruined much of Chicago in 1871
B) While Chicago was soon to emerge as the literary capital of the United States
C) Because Chicago has traditionally been regarded as "the great laboratory of American democracy"
D) As immigrants from many European countries had settled in ethnic enclaves in Chicago
E) As long as Chicago remains the gateway to the rest of the nation for food products and industrial opportunities

25. The company will need fewer office workers_____.
A) since some were looking for jobs with other firms
B) when the computer network has been installed
C) so long as the sales continued to increase
D) in order to discuss ways of combating unemployment
E) although the current economic recession is likely to continue for another six months

SENTENCE COMPLETION TEST – 30


1. _____, which will further worsen the unemployment problem.
A) Several companies are considering reductions in the work force
B) No solutions were forthcoming
C) Everyone was genuinely concerned about the situation
D) The minister had been under attack for some time
E) The police should have combed the area for the person responsible

2. _____before the town planners took their job seriously.
A) City planning has continued to be their prime concern
B) A great many ugly apartment blocks were built
C) A good architect views his work within the context of the area at large
D) In this respect new cities are at a great advantage
E) New cities never have the same ambiance as the old

3. _____how close he had been to winning the election.
A) To be perfectly honest I was noticeably relieved
B) It shouldn't have been misinterpreted
C) Even his own supporters were surprised when they learned
D) The votes had finally been counted
E) He should have withdrawn from the election campaign

4. As soon as the French troops crossed the Polish frontier,_____.
A) the allied forces had launched their first massive attack
B) the people have been massacred and towns devastated
C) the Poles withdraw to a more strategic position
D) Britain declared war against France
E) disease had not been prevented

5. Although the imagery James Joyce used in his works is intensely personal,________
A) themes related to Irish life had always been popular among Irish novelists
B) he had played a major role in the development of the novel
C) some critics have argued that it has archetypal patterns
D) perhaps the best-known Irish writer is Bernard Shaw
E) most Irish writers have been keenly interested in drama

6. ______only after the Iraqi government has fully complied with the decisions of the
Security Council.
A) Life in Kuwait would have returned to normal
B) The Gulf Crisis had to be solved
C) The economic embargo imposed on Iraq can be lifted
D) The oil wells in Kuwait were set on fire
E) The pollution of the seas in the region is a matter of great concern
7. _____that the sale of the factory was illegal.
A) The magistrate was of the opinion
B) Those responsible were prosecuted
C) The process of laundering the black money has been discovered
D) The reports submitted by the company were all forged
E) The police have arrested the owners

8. Dams can only be constructed in places _____.
A) in which there were sufficient supplies of water
B) where the ecological structure is suitable
C) from which towns and villages may have to be constructed
D) wherever the river bed has dried up
E) that there are mountains as well as
9. ____not even his wife will be allowed to visit him.
A) Before the results of the tests had come through
B) Though the surgeon was unwilling to operate for a week
C) So long as the patient started to recover
D) Despite the fact that he proved allergic to certain medicines
E) While he remains in the intensive care unit

10. _____the trend to withdraw savings from banks goes on.
A) Since the value of many shares on the stock would have dropped by as much as a half every hour
B) When export restrictions on certain goods were finally lifted
C) If the Central Bank had taken firmer instructions at the start
D) If the interest rates are raised at once
E) Inasmuch as the financial situation is steadily deteriorating

11. ______the end result was extremely unsatisfactory.
A) Although much energy and time had gone into the production of the play
B) Even if the government has approved the new scheme
C) Working only a few hours a day
D) Owing to the conscientious employees
E) What made the staff feel disappointed

12. The officer in charge of the evacuation tried to find out___
A) in case the roads had been flooded
B) how many people have escaped
C) whether the tents would reach them by the evening
D) yet hungry everyone might have been
E) that more supplies will be required



13. Are you really persuaded______?
A) that these measures will help to increase exports
B) why the land in this area has been eroded in this way
C) how far the American involvement in Somalia is to the benefit of the people
D) who first put the idea into his head
E) where rare species of birds are still to be found

14. I suggest you finish all the work by noon_____.
A) whenever there happened to be a great match on the television
B) why you want to go to the take for a swim
C) whether you demanded an increase in your wages
D) yet impossible it was
E) so that you can take the afternoon off

15. I fear a lot of workers will be made redundant,_____.
A) just as the global computer market would have declined soon
B) when so many other factories had been closed down
C) since so many of us are looking forward to our retirement
D) unless the firm finds new markets for its goods
E) whatever improvements could be made in the working conditions

16. ______they still haven't chosen the team of engineers.
A) Although work on the project should have started last week
B) When they start work on the dam next month
C) Whoever made the designs for this block of flats
D) In order to find out why the plane crashed
E) As soon as the new model becomes obtainable

17. _____, the United Nations is still far from reaching any agreement on what action to take.
A) Whatever the price that has to be paid to restore peace
B) If the famine in Africa is to get relief
C) While many innocent lives are being lost in internal conflicts
D) Whoever is responsible for all this slaughter
E) In spite of the fact that the world population had increased at an unprecedented rate

18. If you knew him as well as I do,_______.
A) he is admired by his classmates
B) you would not trust him at all
C) we were very disillusioned by his performance
D) he could have been assigned this special task
E) I would have accused him of negligence
19. Since there was no positive evidence against him,_____________.
A) the police have always suspected he is the murderer
B) the witnesses have been completely unsatisfactory
C) the verdict had already been given
D) the trial would have been postponed indefinitely
E) the judge had no other choice but to set him free

20. Even before he reached the age of 10_____.
A) his knowledge of music far exceeds that of his contemporaries
B) he has played the violin most skillfully
C) it was noticeable that he was an extremely gifted musician
D) the father still didn't realize how gifted his child was
E) few people would be aware of his extraordinary intelligence
21. _____that he still doesn't seem quite normal.
A) He had given such a colorful account of his adventures
B) He was so horrified by what he saw during the civil war
C) However amusing everyone else found the story
D) The envoy has been recalled
E) The audience had been captivated by his speech

22. _____why the minister rejected to comment on the issue.
A) Nobody else but the manager himself was allowed to speak
B) The journalist was of the opinion
C) The members of the subcommittee were warned
D) That must be the reason
E) Several suggestions had been made

23. _____until the rate of population growth is brought down to a sensible level.
A) People all round the country must be encouraged to use birth control
B) New measures were to be introduced regarding child mortality
C) There have been so many fatal accidents on the roads in recent years
D) Advances in medical research in recent years have contributed to the improvement
of the nation's health
E) The government is planning to build new state hospitals

24. Many people take it for granted_____.
A) whether they realized just how serious the drug problem had become
B) that the new interest policy contributed to the greater degree of stability in prices
at this period
C) why no survivors whatsoever were found
D) how all receipts and papers concerning the transaction inexplicably disappeared
E) why the other travelers had absolutely no comment to make at all about the accident

25. _____, Durbanfield was one of the few textile towns that sustained to grow in the
twentieth century.
A) If the government lifted the sanctions
B) Since its trade was both flexible and varied
C) However unpopular the scheme had seemed to many
D) As soon as the industrial revolution got under way
E) Just as many industrial areas were competing with each other

SENTENCE COMPLETION TEST – 31


1. Earlier this century Chicago acquired a reputation for colorful politicians, newspapermen and gangsters_____.
A) simply because commerce has been a key to the city's development
B) just as today Chicago remains a city of close-knit ethnic neighborhoods
C) although the city has become a center for meat products
D) but its cultural life was less well known then
E) since it is located at the conjunction of the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River
system and surrounded by the productive farmlands of the Midwest

2. Although the term "human rights" is of recent origin,_____.
A) there are certain actions that are never permissible and certain freedoms that
should never be invaded
B) after 1933 the Western world realized that it was living in an age of totalitarian
dictatorship far worse than old monarchic absolutism
C) natural rights can be seen in their origins as claims that everyone naturally makes
D) some politicians claim that any doctrine of human rights must be in some sense a
doctrine of natural rights
E) the ideal itself can be traced back through John Locke in the seventeenth century
to the great philosophers of classical antiquity

3. As unemployment is presently a major social issue,_____.
A) the strikes have really crippled the industry and, consequently, the export of manufactured goods has come to a standstill
B) the measures introduced had little effect on the improvement of the country's
economic performance
C) its worst economic effects have been partly softened by the government's introduction of unemployment compensation
D) the economic prospect was far from encouraging
E) people are not working as hard as their belief in the work ethnic indicates that they should

4. When a company wants to fill a vacancy, ___ .
A) there are always personnel who want to leave for various reasons
B) the candidates have all been required to write an essay on the current economic
situation in Europe
C) the applicants were invited for an interview before a committee of specialists
D) it is essential that future managers be trained as thoroughly as possible
E) it usually puts an advertisement in a newspaper

5. _______ , he rejects to accept any of their suggestions.
A) Even though the committee members had approved the plan in full
B) While the speaker considers politics to be the art of persuasion
C) Since he is so prejudiced in this matter
D) Because the discussions at the conference would have included a wide range of
issues
E) If they told him that he had to make up his mind as soon as possible

6. ______ how much this German director's films manage to communicate.
A) You didn't show any reaction
B) It really is surprising
C) The audience was suddenly startled
D) The dramatic cough is an instance
E) There are no certain advantages with black and white movies

7. As heavy rain had been forecast for the area,_____.
A) record harvests are expected this year
B) they would presumably cancel the excursion to the ruins in the valley
C) I can't imagine why they neglected to take all necessary precautions to avoid
flooding
D) farm laborers would have to work overtime and at weekends
E) the resulting floods caused extensive hardship

8. If only they had realized that our supplies were running out_____.
A) the crisis might still be prevented
B) those in charge could put the matter right
C) nobody could appreciate the gravity of the situation
D) there were reinforcements ready to be sent out
E) they would most certainly have done something about it



                                       KPDS CÜMLE TAMAMLAMA SORULARI
                                               CEVAP ANAHTARI

  TEST 17          TEST 18          TEST 19        TEST 20        TEST 21          TEST 22         TEST 23         TEST 24
   1    D           1    C           1    A         1    B         1    A           1    D          1    C          1    C
   2    E           2    D           2    C         2    D         2    D           2    C          2    E          2    A
   3    B           3    A           3    E         3    C         3    B           3    E          3    A          3    D
   4    D           4    E           4    C         4    E         4    C           4    B          4    C          4    E
   5    D           5    E           5    A         5    D         5    A           5    A          5    E          5    E
   6    C           6    C           6    D         6    B         6    D           6    E          6    B          6    B
   7    A           7    D           7    B         7    D         7    E           7    B          7    C          7    B
   8    B           8    B           8    D         8    E         8    A           8    C          8    D          8    E
   9    C           9    A           9    A         9    C         9    C           9    B          9    A          9    C
  10    B          10    C          10    C        10    E        10    C          10    C         10    E         10    A
  11    C          11    B          11    B        11    C        11    B          11    D         11    B         11    E
  12    C          12    C          12    E        12    B        12    C          12    B         12    E         12    D
  13    D          13    D          13    D        13    B        13    B          13    C         13    B         13    A
  14    B          14    B          14    A        14    D        14    A          14    E         14    D         14    A
15   E    15   C    15  C    15   A   15  D   15       E    15   A    15   E
16   B    16   E    16  C    16   E   16  D   16       D    16   C    16   D
17   B    17   C    17  B    17   C   17  B   17       B    17   E    17   C
18   A    18   B    18  A    18   A   18  E   18       E    18   E    18   B
19   C    19   E    19  C    19   C   19  C   19       A    19   C    19   B
20   E    20   D    20  A    20   B   20  A   20       B    20   D    20   E
21   E    21   A    21  E    21   C   21  D   21       C    21   B    21   A
22   B    22   C    22  C    22   A   22  C   22       E    22   A    22   D
23   D    23   D    23  A    23   C   23  B   23       A    23   C    23   E
24   B    24   C    24  D    24   B   24  A   24       D    24   E    24   D
25   E    25   E    25  A    25   E   25  A   25       B    25   C    25   D
                     KPDS CÜMLE TAMAMLAMA SORULARI
                             CEVAP ANAHTARI

TEST 25   TEST 26   TEST 27   TEST 28   TEST 29   TEST 30   TEST 31   TEST 32
 1    E    1    B    1    E    1    A    1    E    1    A    1    D    1
 2    C    2    E    2    E    2    D    2    D    2    B    2    E    2
 3    C    3    C    3    A    3    C    3    E    3    C    3    C    3
 4    E    4    A    4    C    4    B    4    A    4    D    4    E    4
 5    A    5    A    5    D    5    A    5    E    5    C    5    C    5
 6    C    6    C    6    A    6    E    6    A    6    C    6    B    6
 7    B    7    E    7    E    7    E    7    D    7    A    7    C    7
 8    A    8    E    8    D    8    A    8    C    8    B    8    E    8
 9    C    9    B    9    C    9    B    9    E    9    E    9         9
10    A   10    B   10    B   10    C   10    A   10    E   10        10
11    C   11    A   11    B   11    A   11    B   11    A   11        11
12    C   12    D   12    E   12    D   12    E   12    C   12        12
13    D   13    A   13    B   13    C   13    C   13    A   13        13
14    D   14    B   14    D   14    E   14    A   14    E   14        14
15    A   15    A   15    B   15    C   15    D   15    D   15        15
16    C   16    E   16    A   16    A   16    E   16    A   16        16
17    E   17    B   17    E   17    C   17    E   17    C   17        17
18    A   18    D   18    B   18    B   18    D   18    B   18        18
19    B   19    A   19    C   19    C   19    B   19    E   19        19
20    C   20    C   20    A   20    C   20    E   20    C   20        20
21    E   21    D   21    D   21    B   21    E   21    B   21        21
22    D   22    B   22    A   22    C   22    B   22    D   22        22
23    C   23    C   23    B   23    C   23    E   23    A   23        23
24    A   24    B   24    C   24    A   24    A   24    B   24        24
25    B   25    B   25    C   25    A   25    B   25    B   25        25

				
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