CEVAPLI IELTS SORULARI

CEVAPLI IELTS SORULARI



(3)The ability to see and understand written or printed language is called reading. People who cannot read are said to be illiterate, or unlettered. The ability to read is one of the foundation skills in all industrialized societies. In such societies the written language is the chief means of transmitting culture and the benefits of civilization from one generation to another. The ability to read well, a learned skill like many human abilities, is not as common as one might suppose. Not many people become highly skilled at it except in relatively few areas of knowledge. Studies of how persons read continue to indicate that as many as 15 to 20 per cent of America's high school and even college graduates read no better than an average eighth grader. While this level of skill may be satisfactory for basic literacy, it is hardly adequate for the type of reading required by the professions, or indeed for reading the daily newspaper with any degree of critical or mature judgment. Several basic subskills go into the ability to read efficiently. For example, a broad, general vocabulary is needed for accurate, fluid reading in any area; but a vocabulary of special meanings is also needed to read in each particular area of knowledge. (14) Thinking skills also differ from one type of reading to another. Newspaper reading requires the ability to recognize a writer's substitution of bias and quick assumption for documented proof of statement. Reading literature requires critical analysis, but not so much for judging truth or bias as for discovering the writer's tone and mood and point of view. Mathematics requires a new vocabulary for symbols and for the operations these symbols stand for. Reading in social studies calls for skill in organizing facts relating to time-space sequences and cause-effect relationships dealing with human behavior. These examples indicate only a few of the many kinds of skills required for good reading.  Mark the best choice       1. Illiterate people __________.





(3)The ability to see and understand written or printed language is called reading. People who cannot read are said to be illiterate, or unlettered. The ability to read is one of the foundation skills in all industrialized societies. In such societies the written language is the chiefmeans of transmitting culture and the benefits of civilization from one generation to another. The ability to read well, a learned skill like many human abilities, is not as common as one might suppose. Not many people become highly skilled at it except in relatively few areas of knowledge. Studies of how persons read continue to indicate that as many as 15 to 20 per cent of America's high school and even college graduates read no better than an average eighth grader. While this level of skill may be satisfactory for basic literacy, it is hardly adequate for the type of reading required by the professions, or indeed for reading the daily newspaper with any degree of critical or mature judgment. Several basic subskills go into the ability to read efficiently. For example, a broad, general vocabulary is needed for accurate, fluid reading in any area; but a vocabulary of special meanings is also needed to read in each particular area of knowledge. (14) Thinking skills also differ from one type of reading to another. Newspaper reading requires the ability to recognize a writer's substitution of bias and quick assumption for documented proof of statement. Reading literature requires critical analysis, but not so much for judging truth or bias as for discovering the writer's tone and mood and point of view. Mathematics requires a new vocabulary for symbols and for the operations these symbols stand for. Reading in social studies calls for skill in organizing facts relating to time-space sequences and cause-effect relationships dealing with human behavior. These examples indicate only a few of the many kinds of skills required for good reading.  Mark the best choice     2. What does chief (Line 3) most probably mean?





(3)The ability to see and understand written or printed language is called reading. People who cannot read are said to be illiterate, or unlettered. The ability to read is one of the foundation skills in all industrialized societies. In such societies the written language is the chiefmeans of transmitting culture and the benefits of civilization from one generation to another. The ability to read well, a learned skill like many human abilities, is not as common as one might suppose. Not many people become highly skilled at it except in relatively few areas of knowledge. Studies of how persons read continue to indicate that as many as 15 to 20 per cent of America's high school and even college graduates read no better than an average eighth grader. While this level of skill may be satisfactory for basic literacy, it is hardly adequate for the type of reading required by the professions, or indeed for reading the daily newspaper with any degree of critical or mature judgment. Several basic subskills go into the ability to read efficiently. For example, a broad, general vocabulary is needed for accurate, fluid reading in any area; but a vocabulary of special meanings is also needed to read in each particular area of knowledge. (14) Thinking skills also differ from one type of reading to another. Newspaper reading requires the ability to recognize a writer's substitution of bias and quick assumption for documented proof of statement. Reading literature requires critical analysis, but not so much for judging truth or bias as for discovering the writer's tone and mood and point of view. Mathematics requires a new vocabulary for symbols and for the operations these symbols stand for. Reading in social studies calls for skill in organizing facts relating to time-space sequences and cause-effect relationships dealing with human behavior. These examples indicate only a few of the many kinds of skills required for good reading.  Mark the best choice   3. Which of the following is true?





(3)The ability to see and understand written or printed language is called reading. People who cannot read are said to be illiterate, or unlettered. The ability to read is one of the foundation skills in all industrialized societies. In such societies the written language is the chiefmeans of transmitting culture and the benefits of civilization from one generation to another. The ability to read well, a learned skill like many human abilities, is not as common as one might suppose. Not many people become highly skilled at it except in relatively few areas of knowledge. Studies of how persons read continue to indicate that as many as 15 to 20 per cent of America's high school and even college graduates read no better than an average eighth grader. While this level of skill may be satisfactory for basic literacy, it is hardly adequate for the type of reading required by the professions, or indeed for reading the daily newspaper with any degree of critical or mature judgment. Several basic subskills go into the ability to read efficiently. For example, a broad, general vocabulary is needed for accurate, fluid reading in any area; but a vocabulary of special meanings is also needed to read in each particular area of knowledge. (14) Thinking skills also differ from one type of reading to another. Newspaper reading requires the ability to recognize a writer's substitution of bias and quick assumption for documented proof of statement. Reading literature requires critical analysis, but not so much for judging truth or bias as for discovering the writer's tone and mood and point of view. Mathematics requires a new vocabulary for symbols and for the operations these symbols stand for. Reading in social studies calls for skill in organizing facts relating to time-space sequences and cause-effect relationships dealing with human behavior. These examples indicate only a few of the many kinds of skills required for good reading.  Mark the best choice     4. According to the passage, __________.





(3)The ability to see and understand written or printed language is called reading. People who cannot read are said to be illiterate, or unlettered. The ability to read is one of the foundation skills in all industrialized societies. In such societies the written language is the chiefmeans of transmitting culture and the benefits of civilization from one generation to another. The ability to read well, a learned skill like many human abilities, is not as common as one might suppose. Not many people become highly skilled at it except in relatively few areas of knowledge. Studies of how persons read continue to indicate that as many as 15 to 20 per cent of America's high school and even college graduates read no better than an average eighth grader. While this level of skill may be satisfactory for basic literacy, it is hardly adequate for the type of reading required by the professions, or indeed for reading the daily newspaper with any degree of critical or mature judgment. Several basic subskills go into the ability to read efficiently. For example, a broad, general vocabulary is needed for accurate, fluid reading in any area; but a vocabulary of special meanings is also needed to read in each particular area of knowledge. (14) Thinking skills also differ from one type of reading to another. Newspaper reading requires the ability to recognize a writer's substitution of bias and quick assumption for documented proof of statement. Reading literature requires critical analysis, but not so much for judging truth or bias as for discovering the writer's tone and mood and point of view. Mathematics requires a new vocabulary for symbols and for the operations these symbols stand for. Reading in social studies calls for skill in organizing facts relating to time-space sequences and cause-effect relationships dealing with human behavior. These examples indicate only a few of the many kinds of skills required for good reading.  Mark the best choice     5. Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a subskill of efficient reading?







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