Aydın Üniversitesi (Proficiency Sınavı) İngilizce Hazırlık Atlama Sınavı Programı

Aydın Üniversitesi (Proficiency Sınavı) İngilizce Hazırlık Atlama Sınavı Programı İçeriği

1 – Aydın Üniversitesi (Proficiency Sınavı) İngilizce Hazırlık Atlama ( Birebir Özel Ders )
2 – Aydın Üniversitesi (Proficiency Sınavı) İngilizce Hazırlık Atlama ( 4 Kişilik Gruplarla )

1 – Aydın Üniversitesi (Proficiency Sınavı) İngilizce Hazırlık Atlama ( Birebir Özel Ders ): Aydın Üniversitesi (Proficiency Sınavı) İngilizce Hazırlık Atlama   departmanlarında verilen ve uygulanan bireysel dersler aracılığı ile Aydın Üniversitesi (Proficiency Sınavı) İngilizce Hazırlık Atlama sınavında başarılı olabilir ve amacınıza direk ulaşabilirsiniz.

2 – Aydın Üniversitesi (Proficiency Sınavı) İngilizce Hazırlık Atlama ( 4 Kişilik Gruplarla ): Aydın Üniversitesi (Proficiency Sınavı) İngilizce Hazırlık Atlama  platformunda birden daha fazla öğrenciler için organize edilen Aydın Üniversitesi (Proficiency Sınavı) İngilizce Hazırlık Atlama sınavı için oluşturulan organizasyonlarda yer alabilir ve bu sınavı rahatlıkla geçebilirsiniz.

Özel Ders ile Öğrenciler Garantili hazırlanır.

 

SECTION I – NOTE-TAKING

Listen to the lecture and answer the questions accordingly. (1.5×10=15 pts)

1. The term “ Dyslexia ” comes from….
a. Latin
b. English
c. Greek
d. French

2. What was the idea about dyslexia before about 1970?
a. It was an audio problem.
c. It wasn ’ t regarded as a problem
b. It was a visual problem
d. It was an audiovisual problem.

3. What is one main idea that the speaker presents?
a. Most boys are thought to have dyslexia.
b. Dyslexic children can have a range of problems.
c. Dyslexic children can learn as well as other children.
d. Children can have difficulty with colours.

4. What does the speaker say is often true about dyslexic children?
a. They are not considered to be as intelligent as other children.
b. They are not as intelligent as other children.
c. They perform better in school than other children.
d. They attend school less often than other children.

5. Why is there no definition of dyslexia that is accepted by everyone?
a. Dyslexia is not very common.
b. Not everyone who is dyslexic has the same problems.
c. Researches disagree on the causes of dyslexia.
d. Teachers disagree about what dyslexia is.

6. What is the main reason people with dyslexia have learning problems?
a. They don ’ t try as hard in school as other people do?
b. Their brains work differently from other people ’ s
c. They have trouble paying attention
d. They have trouble reading

7. How common is dyslexia?
a. It is a fact that 10 percent of all school children are dyslexic
b. It is asserted that 85 percent of children are dyslexic
c.It is guessed that 10 percent of all school children are dyslexic
d.Research has confirmed that 10 percent of girls and 10 percent of boys have dyslexia.

8.Which of the following best describes how Dr. Levinson compares the brain to a TV set?
a.It has many channels to choose from
b. You need to change the channels to tune them in
c. The channels must be tunned in correctly to work right
d. You need to turn it on for it to work

9. What can teachers do to help dyslexic children learn? a. Have students work alone on computers
a. Have students work alone on computers
b.Sent them to special schools for people with low intelligents
c. Be flexible about how they teach
d.Teach only what the dyslexic students want to study

10. Which is not an example of a problem of dyslexia?
a. not being able to express ideas in words
b. not writing the words correctly
c. concentration problem
d. holding a pencil

  

SECTION II – LANGUAGE IN USE

Text: Choose the best alternative for each item.

NEW SPECIES OF DINOUSAUR DISCOVERED IN DESERT
It measured up to 30 meters from nose to tail. It weighed up to 80 tones. It was one of the biggest animals to walk the Earth, and it died 94 million years ago. Paralatitan Stromeri is a new species of dinosaur discovered in Egypt. It is also the first dinosaur 11. ………………. in a rediscovery of what some scientists have called “ dinosaur heaven ” . Nobody knows 12. ………………….. . It was a huge vegetarian, eating plants in what was probably one of the most green and fertile places on Earth. But as it lay dead, the water level rose and covered its remains in mud. Millions of years past the coast moved farther north, 13. …………………. Paralatitan covered by sand. 60 million years ago dinosaurs disappeared completely. Paralatitan ’ s grave became what is now Egypt ’ s Western Desert. Last year a university of Pennsylvania team, 14. …………… by PhD student, Joshua Smith, took a closer look at the sands of Bahariya oasis, south west of Cairo. They discovered a huge number of plant and fossils. They found fossils of fish, craps, and other species. And then they found an arm bone. It was the upper arm of Paralititan- 1.69 meters long- a seventh as big again as any bone ever found from these area. From the remains, researches were able to reconstruct a long-necked, long- tailed plant-eater of incredible size. Among the bones of Paralititan, the researches found a tooth of the great African meat-eating animal, Carcharadeontosaurus. The guess is that the killer 15. ……….. have lost these tooth while eating the remains of Paralititan. It became clear that the scientists 16. …………. an usually rich site- a fossil landscape that told of enormous plant growth with lots of plant- and-meat-eaters. Details of earlier finds, stored in a Munich Museum, were destroyed when it was bombed 17. …………. World War II. Joshua Smith said: “ Bahariya was possibly a “ dinosaur heaven. ” As part of his PhD research, Joshua Smith wanted to rediscover the lost dinosaur of Ernst Stromer, the German scientist who explored Egypt early in the 20 th century. He had described his sites but unfortunately, left 18. …………… maps. Smith set off and by mistake entered the wrong information into his satellite location system. He looked out of his jeep window 19. ………… out where he really was and immediately saw a large dinosaur bone. Scientists 20. …………… believe that Africa held no interesting dinosaur fossils, but this lucky puts Africa firmly on the map for dinosaur hunters.

  

11 .
 a. was found
b. had been found
c. being found
d. to be found

12 .
a. that Paralititan died
b. that Paralititan had died
c. why Paralititan died
d. why did Paralititan die

13.
a. leaving
b. left
c. to leave
d. being left

14 .
a. leading
b. led
c. was led
d. would be led

15 .
a. can ’ t
b. needn ’ t
c. may
d. would

16 .
a. would find
b. have been finding
c. had found
d. were finding

17 .
a. during
b. at
c. while
d. by

18 .
a. any
b. some
c. no
d. none

19 .
a. finding
b. to have found
c. having found
d. to find

20 .
a. got used to
b. used to
c. would
d. are used to