1 TÜRKÇE - İNGİLİZCE ÇEVİRİ SORULARI 1. Hemingway'in "Bir Gunluk Bekleyis" adlı oykusu cok kısadır ve ilk okuyusta basit bir olaydan baska bir sey değilmis gibi gorunebilir, ancak bu oyku ciddi bir tema icermektedir. A) The theme of Hemingway's story "A Day's Wait" is actually a very serious one though one tends to overlook the fact as on a first reading the story is such a short and trivial one. B) The story "A Days Waif, by Hemingway, is short and appears very trivial, at least on a first reading, but its theme is a serious one. C) Actually the theme of Hemingway's "A Day's Wait" is quite serious but on a first reading the story appears to be no more than a simple incident D) Hemingway's short story "A Day's Wait" doesn't appear to have anything to offer on a first reading, but actually the theme is a very serious one. E) Hemingway's story, called "A Day's Waif, is very short and might appear on a first reading to be nothing more than a simple incident, but it contains a serious theme. 2. Bu kitabın buyuk bir bolumu, ilkel mağara resimlerinden gunumuz akımlarına kadar dunya sanatında gorulen değisiklikler ve yenilikler ile ilgilidir. A) This book is largely concerned with the changes and innovations that have appeared in the world's art, including primitive cave drawings and contemporary movements. B) A large part of this book is concerned with the changes and innovations observed in the world's art from primitive cave drawings to contemporary movements. C) The main aim of the book is to trace the changes and developments of the world of art from primitive cave drawings to contemporary movements. D) Much of the book comments on innovation and change in the world's art from the cave drawings of primitive times through to contemporary developments. E) The innovations and developments of art worldwide are the main content of this book which starts with primitive cave drawings and moves forward to contemporary movements yılında Clint Eastwood, yonettiği ve rol aldığı Unforgiven filmi Đcin uc Oscar ile odullendirildi. A) Clint Eastwood directed and also acted in the film Unforgiven and received three Oscars for it in B) In 1992, the film Unforgiven which Clint Eastwood directed and acted in was awarded three Oscars. C) In 1992, Clint Eastwood was awarded three Oscars for the film Unforgiven which he directed and acted in. D) The film Unforgiven. which Clint Eastwood directed and in which he played a role, received three Oscars In E) The film, Unforgiven that received three Oscars in 1992, was directed by Clint Eastwood, and he also played a role in It. 4. Bugun tum dunyada, pazar ve teknolojik ustunluk icin rekabet, eski ideolojik farklılıkların yerini almıs ve uluslararası iliskilerde cok onem kazanmıstır. A) Today, throughout the world, competition for markets and technological supremacy has replaced old ideological differences and gained much importance in international relations. B) Today everywhere in the world, competition for markets and technological supremacy is replacing old ideological differences and badly affecting international relations. C) From now on, everywhere in the world it is competition for markets and technological supremacy rather than ideological differences that are having the greatest impact on international relations. D) Everywhere in the world today, ideological differences are losing importance In international relations, and the struggle for markets and technological supremacy is rapidly gaining in importance. E) Throughout the world today, there is now keen competition for markets and for technological supremacy, and these are the factors, not ideological differences, that are affecting international relations.
2 5. Amerika'daki son baskanlık kampanyası sırasında her iki adayın da acıkca vurguladığı gibi, dıs ve ic politika arasındaki geleneksel ayrılık giderek kaybolmaktadır. A) Both the presidential candidates in the recent campaign in America strongly affirmed that the traditional distinction between foreign and domestic policy was on the decline. B) During the last presidential campaign in America, both candidates openly admitted that the traditional distinction between foreign and domestic policy was disappearing. C) As both candidates explicitly stressed during the last presidential campaign in America, the traditional distinction between foreign and domestic policy is gradually vanishing. D) Both candidates in the last presidential campaign openly admitted that it was no longer expedient to make a distinction between foreign and domestic policy. E) The traditional distinction made between foreign and domestic policy, as both presidential candidates In the last campaign in America were quick to note, is rapidly becoming obsolete. 6. Brezilya topraklananda petrol arayan 37 yabancı sirket olmasına rağmen, herhangi birinin uretime baslaması birkac yıl alacaktır. A) The 37 foreign companies in search of oil in Brazilian territories won't go into production for several years. B) There are 37 foreign firms exploring for oil in Brazilian territory, but they still haven t started producing. C) Although 37 foreign firms have been searching for oil in Brazil for several years, none has been produced. D) The 37 foreign firms that are seeking oil in Brazil have struck none for several years. E) Although there are 37 foreign firms exploring for oil in Brazilian territory, it will be several years before any starts producing. 7. John Steinback'in diğer eserleri icinde Gazap Uzumleri kadar ilginc olan tek eseri nazi karsıtı Ay Battı romanıdır. A) Of John Steinbeck's other works the only one to be as interesting as The Grapes of Wrath is his anti-nazi novel, The Moon is Down. B) Among the other works of John Steinbeck his anti-nazi novel The Moon is Down is the only one with the power of The Grapes of Wrath. C) Except for the anti-nazi novel The Moon is Down, John Steinbeck has written nothing as powerful as The Grapes of Wrath. D) Apart from The Grapes of Wrath, the only other of John Steinbeck's works of any importance is the anti-nazi novel, The Moon is Down. E) Along with John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath the anti-nazi novel The Moon is Down is another interestloaded work. 8. Gorunuste zararsız bir icat, insanlar tarafından para veya guc elde etmek icin yanlıs veya kotuye kullanıldığında zararlı olabilir. A) Such inventions, though they appear harmless often turn out to be harmful because they are misused and abused by people in pursuit of money power. B) An apparently harmless invention may turn out to be harmful when misused or abused by people in pursuit of money or power. C) People in pursuit of money or power frequently misuse or abuse seemingly harmless inventions, making them harmful. D) In the race for wealth and power people misuse and cause seemingly harmless inventions, so they become harmful. E) A harmless invention suddenly becomes harmful when misused and abused by people in the race for wealth and power. 9. Baska ulkelerde cevre yasalarını ciğneyen cok uluslu sirketleri dava etmek icin ABD mahkemelerine basvurulması, son yıllarda daha sık gorulmektedir. A) In recent years, people have frequently gone to the USA courts to sue multinational corporations that violate environmental laws in other countries. B) Application to the USA courts to sue multinational corporations that violate environmental laws in other countries has been noticed more frequently in recent years. C) Application to the USA courts to take action against the violation of environmental laws in other countries has become very common over the last few years. D) The USA courts have recently sued various international corporations for their violation of environmental laws in other countries. E) In recent years, many multinational corporations have often been condemned by the USA courts because of violating environmental laws 10. Dunya Ticaret Orgutu'nun, mal ve hizmetlerini dıs pazarlarda satan her ciftciye ve sirkete yarar sağladığı akılda tutulmalıdır. A) One should not overlook the fact that it would be to the benefit of the World Trade Organisation if every farmer and every business sold goods and services to foreign markets. B) One must ignore the fact that the World Trade Organisation benefits every farmer and every business selling goods and services to foreign markets. C) It should be remembered that the World Trade Organisation benefits whenever a farmer or a business sells goods or services to foreign markets. D) One must bear in mind that the World Trade Organisation benefits every farmer and every business that sells goods and services to foreign markets. E) The World Trade Organisation is very well aware of the fact that every farmer and every business benefits when goods and services are sold to foreign markets.
3 11. Eski Yunan ve Mısır sanatı gecmise ait değildir; bugun, dun olduğundan daha cok canlıdır. A) Ancient Greek and Egyptian art do not belong to the past; they are even more alive today than they were yesterday. B) Though ancient Greek and Egyptian art belong to the past, they are just as alive today as they were then. C) The ancient arts of Greece and Egypt continue to live now just as vitally as they did then. D) In ancient times the Greeks and the Egyptians produced works of art that have never been surpassed in liveliness. E) Ancient Greek and Egyptian works of art are now admired more for their vitality than they were in the past. 12. Bir kitabı okurken isaretlemeniz, esasında yazarla gorus ayrılığınızın veya gorus birliğinizin ifadesinden baska bir sey değildir. A) There is no need to mark a book you read unless your opinions are strongly opposed to those of the writer. B) When reading a book it is normal to mark it to show where your opinion differs or agrees with that of the author. C) There is no real reason for marking a book as you read it unless you want to remind yourself of where you agree or disagree with the writer. D) When reading a book it is essential to mark the places where you agree or disagree with the ideas of the author. E) Marking a book while you read is essentially nothing but an expression of your differences, or agreements of opinion, with the author. 13. Yakın zamanda yayımlanmıs olan Bir Yabancı Dili Oğrenme kitabında Eugene A. Nida, dinleme, konusma, okuma ve yazma becerilerinden olusan dil oğrenme surecini tartısmaktadır. A) Eugene A. Nida has recently published a book called Learning a Foreign Language in which he discusses the language learning process including competence in listening, speaking, reading and writing. B) In his recently published book Learning a Foreign Language, Eugene A. Nida discusses the language learning process which consists of the listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. C) Eugene A. Nida has just published a book entitled Learning a Foreign Language in which he divides the language learning process into the listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. D) Eugene A. Nida has recently published a book called Learning a Foreign Language, which studies the learning process of a language under the headings listening, speaking, reading and writing. E) According to Eugene A. Nida in his recently published book entitled Learning a Foreign Language, the language learning process leads to competence in reading, listening, speaking and writing. 14. Okul binalarındaki bakım giderleri hızla artıyo ve bunları karsılayacak fonların sağlanması giderek zorlasıyor. A) As maintenance costs for school buildings were rising quickly, it was getting harder to find the necessary funds to meet them. B) With the rise in maintenance costs for school buildings it is becoming extremely difficult to get hold of funds to meet them. C) Maintenance costs for school buildings are rising rapidly and funds to meet them are becoming increasingly difficult to get hold of. D) The rapid rise in maintenance costs for school buildings means that funds to meet them are becoming increasingly difficult to find. E) It had got increasingly difficult to raise funds to meet the ever-increasing rise in school maintenance costs. 15. Rusya Cumhurbaskanı Putin, Afganistan'ın Kuzey ittifakı guclerini Taliban'a karsı mucadelelerinde destekleyeceğini soyledi A) The Northern Alliance in Afghanistan is reportedly being supported by President Putin of Russia in its struggle against the Taliban. B) The Russian President, Putin, agreed to support the armies of Afghanistan's Northern Alliance while they fought the Taliban. C) The armies of Afghanistan's Northern Alliance sought the help of President Putin of Russia in their fight against the Taliban. D) It is reported that Russia's president, Putin, is ready to assist the forces of the Northern Alliance in Afghanistan in their struggle against the Taliban. E) President Putin of Russia said he would support the forces of Afghanistan's Northern Alliance in their fight against the Taliban. 16. Hudson Korfezi her yıl tamamen donmasa da gemi seferlerine ortalama olarak uc aydan daha kısa bir sure acıktır. A) When Hudson Bay is completely frozen over, which on average is for less than three months of the year, it is closed to navigation. B) On the average, Hudson Bay is open to navigation for as little as three months each year though it is only rarely completely frozen over. C) Hudson Bay is open to navigation for as little as three months in an average year even though it is never completely frozen over. D) Even though Hudson Bay is not completely frozen every year, on the average, it is open to navigation for less than three months. E) On the average, Hudson Bay is closed to navigation for less than three months of the year, which is when it is completely frozen over
4 17. Hemingway edebiyat kariyerine gazeteci olarak baslamıstır ve gercekten, romanlarının coğu kendisinin cok değisik deneyimlerine dayanır. A) It was as a reporter that Hemingway began his literary career, which is why so many of his novels are based upon his own, quite varied, experiences. B) Hemingway began his literary career as a reporter, and indeed many of his novels are based upon his own, extremely varied, experiences. C) Many of Hemingway's novels and other literary works are based upon his extremely varied experiences as a reporter starting on his literary career. D) Hemingway's various experiences as a reporter, as he set out on his literary career, supplied him with the materials for his novels and other literary works. E) Hemingway's literary career began when he was a reporter and so his own very colorful experiences became the core of many of his novels. 18. On altıncı yuzyılın sonlarından itibaren, humanizm, klasik geleneğe dayalı bir eğitim sistemi olarak gorulmeye basladı. A) By the late sixteenth century, humanism had come to be considered as a system of education that had its roots in classicism. B) Towards the end of the sixteenth century, humanism was being regarded as a system of education closely following the classical tradition. C) From the late sixteenth century onwards, humanism began to be perceived as a system of education, based on the classical tradition. D) Towards the end of the sixteenth century, humanism was already being recognized as a classical-based system of education. E) The classical-based system of education derived from humanism, came into being late in the sixteenth century. 19. Sansolye Dolfuss Almanya ile birlesmeyi savunan Nazilerin gucunu onlemek icin 1933'te Avusturya'da diktatorluk kurdu, ancak bir yıl sonra Naziler tarafından suikasta uğradı. A) Chancellor Dolfuss's reason for setting up a dictatorship in Austria in 1933 was to check the power of the Nazis advocating union with Germany, but a year later they assassinated him. B) Chancellor Dolfuss wanted to set up a dictatorship in Austria in 1933, hoping to check the power of the Nazis advocating union with Germany, but a year later he was assassinated by them. C) Chancellor Dolfuss established a dictatorship, in Austria, in 1933, to check the power of the Nazis advocating union with Germany, but was assassinated a year later by the Nazis. D) Chancellor Dolfuss aimed to curtail the power of the Nazis advocating union with Germany by creating a dictatorship, but this led to his assassination within the year. E) Chancellor Dolfuss was assassinated by the Nazis seeking to bring about a union with Germany as he had set up a dictatorship the previous year to curtail their powers. 20. Futbolun kokeni belli değildir, ancak Romalıların, sonunda tum Avrupaya yayılan bu oyunun bir turunu oynadıklarını biliyoruz. A) No one knows when football began, but certainly the Romans played one variation of the game, and this eventually spread across Europe. B) The origin of football is uncertain, but we know that the Romans played one type of this game which eventually spread throughout Europe. C) The early history of football remains uncertain, but it is known that the Romans played a variation of the game which eventually became popular throughout Europe. D) The early history of football has yet to be uncovered, but what we do know is that the Romans played one version of the game and this spread across Europe. E) The origin of football is not known, but the Romans played one version of the game, and with them it was carried right across Europe.
5 21. Ege Denizindeki Thera volkanik adası 3500 yıldan daha fazla bir zaman once patladı ve tarih oncesi Akrotiri yerlesimini guney sahiline gomdu. A) When the volcanic island of Thera in the Aegean Sea erupted some 3500 years ago, it nearly buried the prehistoric settlement of Akrotiri, situated on its southern shores. B) The volcanic island of Thera, which is in the Aegean Sea, erupted 3500 years ago and buried the prehistoric settlement of Akrotiri to the south of the island. C) It is more than 3500 years ago since the volcanic island of Thera in the Aegean Sea erupted and buried most of the prehistoric settlement of Akrotiri on its southern shore. D) The prehistoric settlement of Akrotiri, which dates back 3500 years, was completely buried when the volcanic island of Thera in the southern Aegean Sea erupted. E) The volcanic island of Thera in the Aegean Sea erupted more than 3500 years ago and buried the prehistoric settlement of Akrotiri on its southern shore. 22. Shakspeare bize karakterlerinin yaslarını soylemez, dıs gorunumleri hakkında da fazla bilgi vermez. A) Shakespeare tells us nothing about the age of many of his characters or about their physical appearance. B) Shakespeare does not tell us the age of his characters or reveal much about their physical appearance. C) We learn very little about the physical appearance of Shakespeare's characters and nothing about their age. D) The physical appearance of Shakespeare's characters is not given, and neither is their age. E) Shakespeare doesn't tell us the age of his characters nor does he give many details about their appearance. 23. ABD Nufus Sayımı Dairesi'nce acıklanan rakamlara gore, tum eyaletlerde nufus artmıstır, ancak en carpıcı artıs ulkenin guneydoğu ve batı kesimlerinde olmustur. A) The figures released by the US Census Bureau confirm that the increase in the population in south-eastern and western parts of the country is in excess of other parts. B) The figures released by the US Census Bureau show there has been an increase in the population throughout the country but especially in the southeast and western parts. C) According to the figures released by the US Census Bureau, the population in all the states has increased, but the most dramatic increase has been in the southeastern and western parts of the country. D) According to the US Census Bureau, the most dramatic population increase recently has been in the southeast and western parts, but there has been an increase in all states. E) The figures released by the US Census Bureau show that there has been a countrywide increase in the population but in particular in the south-western and eastern parts. 24. Bugun Malezya yarımadasında oturan halkın ataları, bolgeye ilk kez M.O ile 1500 arasında goc etmistir. A) The ancestors of the people that today inhabit the Malaysian peninsula first migrated to the area between 2500 and 1500 B.C. B) The Malaysian peninsula today is inhabited by people whose ancestors migrated there after 2500 but before 1500 B.C. C) The ancestors of the people now living in the Malaysian peninsula originally migrated there after 2500 but before 1500 B.C. D) Between 2500 and 1500 B.C., these people migrated to the Malaysian peninsula, and their descendants are still here. E) The Malaysian peninsula is now inhabited by the descendants of people who migrated there between 2500 and 1500 B.C. 25. Biyografi, ilk kez on yedinci yüzyılda İngiltere de, edebiyatın önemli bir dalıolarak kabul edildi. A) For the first time in the seventeenth century in Britain, biography was recognized as an important branch of literature. B) Biography was only recognized as an important branch of literature in Britain during the seventeenth century. C) The recognition of biography as a worthwhile branch of British literature occurred as early as the seventeenth century. D) For the first time in Britain in the seventeenth century, biography became a major branch of literature. E) Biography first emerged as a worthwhile branch of literature during the seventeenth century in Britain. 26. Tayvan ve Çin, iki ülke arasında doğrudan ticaret, iletişim ve ulaşım bağlantılarını sağlayacak bir anlaşmaya doğru yavaşyavaş ilerlemektedir. A) Direct business, communications and transport links are slowly coming into being between the two countries following the agreement reached between Taiwan and China. B) The agreement that has been reached between Taiwan and China is slowly beginning to produce direct business, communications and transport l inks between the two countries. C) Taiwan and China have been slowlymoving towards an agreement that will make possible direct business, communications and transport links between the two countries. D) Taiwan and China are gradually moving away from the agreement that would have made possible direct business deals, communications and transport links between the two countries. E) Once the agreement between China and Taiwan is signed, the two countries will soon develop direct business links and a shared communications and transport system.
6 27. UluslararasıMüzik Yarışmasıadıyla 1939'da başlayan Cenevre Yarışması, şu anda dünyanın, en eski ve en saygın müzik yarışmalarından birisidir. A) The Geneva Competition grew out of the International Music Competition which dates back to 1939 and is now one of the oldest and most prominent of the world's music contests. B) The Geneva Competition, which started in 1939 under the name of the International Music Competition, is now one of the world's oldest and most prestigious music contests. C) The International Music Competition, originally known as the Geneva Competition, started in 1939 and is still one of the world's oldest and most renowned music contests. D) The Geneva Competition, which dates back to 1939 when it was generally known as the International Music Competition, is now regarded as the world's oldest and most reputable musical contest. E) After 1939 the International Music Competition merged with the Geneva Competition to become one of the world's oldest and most acclaimed musical contests. 28. Yetiskinlerin, değisik anlamları bebeklere ifade etmek icin seslerinin ritim, tonlama ve vurgu gibi akustik ozelliklerini nasıl kullandıkları hala belirsizdir. A) The manner in which some adults employ such acoustic properties in the voices as rhythm, pitch and stress to convey different meanings to infants is stilt c debatable. B) It is still unclear how adults use acoustic properties in their voices, such as rhythm, pitch and stress, to convey different meanings to infants. C) It is still not definite that acoustic properties in the voice such as rhythm, pitch and stres actually do help adults to convey different meanings to infants. D) It has yet to be established whether or not adults manage to convey different meanings to their infants by way of acoustic aids such as rhythm, pitch and stress. E) The ability of adults to convey different meanings to infants through such acoustic aids as rhythm, pitch and stress is a controversial point. 29. Basbakan Berlusconi, yargıclarının siyasal yonden yanlı olması nedeniyle italyan yargısına guvenilemeyeceğini iddia etmektedir. A) Prime Minister Berlusconi claims that the Italian judiciary cannot be trusted because its judges are B) Prime Minister Berlusconi is of the opinion that the Italian judiciary cannot be trusted as the judges are C) Prime Minister Berlusconi criticizes the Italian judiciary on the grounds that its judges are dishonest and D) According to Prime Minister Berlusconi, the Italian judiciary has become dishonest because its judges are E) The Italian judiciary, as Prime Minister Berlusconi has pointed out, cannot be trusted as the judges are 30. Baskan Bush, Amerikan yardımının Afrika'daki iyi yonetilen, liberal ekonomiye sahip ulkelere yonlendirmek istediğini soyluyor. A) President Bush admits to wishing to direct American aid towards the well-ruled countries in Africa with liberal economies. B) President Bush says he wants to direct American aid towards well-governed countries in Africa with liberal economies. C) President Bush wishes he could direct American aid to Africa's well-organized countries with progressive economies. D) The African countries with liberal governments and progressive economies are, according to President Bush, deserving of American aid. E) President Bush is in favor of directing American aid to the reformist countries of Africa with progressive economies. 31. Onemli olan, siyasi liderlerin uygun gordukleri gibi harcama yapmada ozgur olup olmadıkları değil, yetkilerine iliskin sınırların var olup olmadığıdır. A) The important thing is whether political leaders have freedom to spend as they wish, not whether their powers are limited. B) Important political leaders are free to spend as they think fit, but there are limits to their powers. C) It is whether political leaders have limited powers, not whether they are able to spend money on their own projects, that is important. D) What is important is not whether political leaders are free to spend as they see fit, but whether limits exist on their powers. E) Whether political leaders are important or not and whether they are free or not to spend as they see fit, they must be subject to limitations regarding their powers.
7 32. Coğu Fransız siyasetci, Avrupa Birliği Anayasası nın halk tarafından ezici bir sekilde reddedileceğini sanmıyordu. A) The politicians, most of whom were French, were not expecting the European Union Constitution to be so overwhelmingly rejected by the people. B) Most French politicians did not think that the European Union Constitution would be overwhelmingly rejected by the people. C) The fact that the European Union Constitution was overwhelmingly rejected by the people surprised most French politicians. D) Some French politicians supposed that the European Union Constitution would be overwhelmingly rejected by the people. E) The firm rejection of the European Union Constitution by French politicians came as a surprise to the people. 33. Ukrayna, anayasaya dayalı demokrasi kurma yonunde sağladığı ilerlemeye karsılık olarak, 1995 te Avrupa Konseyi ne kabul edildi. A) Ukraine, having made considerable progress towards establishing a constitutionally-based democracy, was accepted into the Council of Europe in B) Because it had made tremendous progress on its path to a constitutionally-based democracy, Ukraine was accepted into the Council of Europe in C) Ukraine made tremendous progress towards establishing a constitutionally-based democracy after being accepted into the Council of Europe in D) Before its acceptance into the Council of Europe in 1995, Ukraine had already made recognisable progress towards establishing a constitutionallybased democracy. E) Ukraine was accepted into the Council of Europe in 1995, in recognition of the progress the country had made towards establishing a constitutionally-based democracy.
8 ÜDS SOSYAL BİLİMLER TÜRKÇE İNGİLİZCE SORULARI CEVAP ANAHTARI 1) E 2) B 3) C 4) A 5) C 6) E 7) A 8) B 9) B 10) D 11) A 12) B 13) B 14) C 15) E 16) D 17) B 18) C 19) C 20) B 21) E 22) E 23) C 24) A 25) A 26) C 27) B 28) B 29) A 30) B 31) D 32) B 33) E