ÇOCUKLARA ÖRNEK İNGİLİZCE SORULAR

ÇOCUKLARA ÖRNEK İNGİLİZCE SORULAR



  The Mounties! All over the world these words evoke the image of dashing officers, dressed in scarlet, urging their dog teams across Canada's vast North in pursuit of criminals and renegades. Based on history and immortalized in literature, this image persists even to the present. Today, however, the duties of most Mounties are quite different. Although formed in 1873 to stop the illegal trade in whisky and establish order in Canada's Northwest, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police now enforces federal laws in all parts of the country and provincial laws in all provinces except Ontario and Quebec. Making use of the most modern crime-detection equipment and vast networks of communication, the RCMP maintains a criminal investigation division, a narcotics division, and a security and intelligence division; it also enforces Canada's excise and customs laws. Through close links with Interpol, the Mounties can contact police and trace criminals in many other countries. Today's Mountie is a well-trained, highly educated specialist and is more apt to be found working in one of the force's five criminal investigation laboratories or engaging in other duties in one of Canada's large cities than sledding through the Arctic Circle. The patrolling of the North does remain an important duty for some officers, but dogsleds have long since given way to aircraft and snowmobiles. The Mounties now use horses only in their famous Musical Ride and the scarlet tunics, which identify the force in the popular mind, only on ceremonial occasions.       Mark the best choice         1.   The popular image of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police is __________.





The Mounties! All over the world these words evoke the image of dashing officers, dressed in scarlet, urging their dog teams across Canada's vast North in pursuit of criminals and renegades. Based on history and immortalized in literature, this image persists even to the present. Today, however, the duties of most Mounties are quite different. Although formed in 1873 to stop the illegal trade in whisky and establish order in Canada's Northwest, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police now enforces federal laws in all parts of the country and provincial laws in all provinces except Ontario and Quebec. Making use of the most modern crime-detection equipment and vast networks of communication, the RCMP maintains a criminal investigation division, a narcotics division, and a security and intelligence division; it also enforces Canada's excise and customs laws. Through close links with Interpol, the Mounties can contact police and trace criminals in many other countries. Today's Mountie is a well-trained, highly educated specialist and is more apt to be found working in one of the force's five criminal investigation laboratories or engaging in other duties in one of Canada's large cities than sledding through the Arctic Circle. The patrolling of the North does remain an important duty for some officers, but dogsleds have long since given way to aircraft and snowmobiles. The Mounties now use horses only in their famous Musical Ride and the scarlet tunics, which identify the force in the popular mind, only on ceremonial occasions.       Mark the best choice           2.   The force was originally formed to establish order in __________.





The Mounties! All over the world these words evoke the image of dashing officers, dressed in scarlet, urging their dog teams across Canada's vast North in pursuit of criminals and renegades. Based on history and immortalized in literature, this image persists even to the present. Today, however, the duties of most Mounties are quite different. Although formed in 1873 to stop the illegal trade in whisky and establish order in Canada's Northwest, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police now enforces federal laws in all parts of the country and provincial laws in all provinces except Ontario and Quebec. Making use of the most modern crime-detection equipment and vast networks of communication, the RCMP maintains a criminal investigation division, a narcotics division, and a security and intelligence division; it also enforces Canada's excise and customs laws. Through close links with Interpol, the Mounties can contact police and trace criminals in many other countries. Today's Mountie is a well-trained, highly educated specialist and is more apt to be found working in one of the force's five criminal investigation laboratories or engaging in other duties in one of Canada's large cities than sledding through the Arctic Circle. The patrolling of the North does remain an important duty for some officers, but dogsleds have long since given way to aircraft and snowmobiles. The Mounties now use horses only in their famous Musical Ride and the scarlet tunics, which identify the force in the popular mind, only on ceremonial occasions.       Mark the best choice            3.   According to this article, the Mounties' first assignment was to __________.





The Mounties! All over the world these words evoke the image of dashing officers, dressed in scarlet, urging their dog teams across Canada's vast North in pursuit of criminals and renegades. Based on history and immortalized in literature, this image persists even to the present. Today, however, the duties of most Mounties are quite different. Although formed in 1873 to stop the illegal trade in whisky and establish order in Canada's Northwest, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police now enforces federal laws in all parts of the country and provincial laws in all provinces except Ontario and Quebec. Making use of the most modern crime-detection equipment and vast networks of communication, the RCMP maintains a criminal investigation division, a narcotics division, and a security and intelligence division; it also enforces Canada's excise and customs laws. Through close links with Interpol, the Mounties can contact police and trace criminals in many other countries. Today's Mountie is a well-trained, highly educated specialist and is more apt to be found working in one of the force's five criminal investigation laboratories or engaging in other duties in one of Canada's large cities than sledding through the Arctic Circle. The patrolling of the North does remain an important duty for some officers, but dogsleds have long since given way to aircraft and snowmobiles. The Mounties now use horses only in their famous Musical Ride and the scarlet tunics, which identify the force in the popular mind, only on ceremonial occasions.       Mark the best choice             4.   Today the Mounties enforce the laws __________.





The Mounties! All over the world these words evoke the image of dashing officers, dressed in scarlet, urging their dog teams across Canada's vast North in pursuit of criminals and renegades. Based on history and immortalized in literature, this image persists even to the present. Today, however, the duties of most Mounties are quite different. Although formed in 1873 to stop the illegal trade in whisky and establish order in Canada's Northwest, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police now enforces federal laws in all parts of the country and provincial laws in all provinces except Ontario and Quebec. Making use of the most modern crime-detection equipment and vast networks of communication, the RCMP maintains a criminal investigation division, a narcotics division, and a security and intelligence division; it also enforces Canada's excise and customs laws. Through close links with Interpol, the Mounties can contact police and trace criminals in many other countries. Today's Mountie is a well-trained, highly educated specialist and is more apt to be found working in one of the force's five criminal investigation laboratories or engaging in other duties in one of Canada's large cities than sledding through the Arctic Circle. The patrolling of the North does remain an important duty for some officers, but dogsleds have long since given way to aircraft and snowmobiles. The Mounties now use horses only in their famous Musical Ride and the scarlet tunics, which identify the force in the popular mind, only on ceremonial occasions.       Mark the best choice               5.   The article mentions the modern RCMP work in __________.







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