ÇOCUKLARA YÖNELİK İNGİLİZCE SORULAR

ÇOCUKLARA YÖNELİK İNGİLİZCE SORULAR



  There are three leading contributors to heart disease, of which only one can be controlled by change in diet. Unsurprisingly in our time with people eating the wrong kinds of food, it ishigh blood cholesterol. Needless to say, this should be an eye opener to almost everybody in developed countries in view of the estimate that the number of people who have excessive levels of cholesterol in their bloodstreams is increasing at an alarming speed. Cholesterol is a waxy substance found in all animal tissues, and it helps to form hormones and to maintain the structure of cells. While most cholesterol is manufactured by the body, some surplus quantities enter the blood through food intake. Foods heavy in saturated fats, such as beef, butter, and whole milk, increase the natural level of cholesterol in the body. When fatty compounds begin to build up on the walls of arteries, serious health problems are not far away. The deposits gradually narrow blood vessels so much so that at some point the flow of blood to the heart or brain can be blocked. If a clot blocks an artery to the brain, it can cause a stroke. On the other hand, one that blocks an artery to the heart can cause a coronary attack.   Mark the best choice 1. What is the main idea of this passage?





There are three leading contributors to heart disease, of which only one can be controlled by change in diet. Unsurprisingly in our time with people eating the wrong kinds of food, it ishigh blood cholesterol. Needless to say, this should be an eye opener to almost everybody in developed countries in view of the estimate that the number of people who have excessive levels of cholesterol in their bloodstreams is increasing at an alarming speed. Cholesterol is a waxy substance found in all animal tissues, and it helps to form hormones and to maintain the structure of cells. While most cholesterol is manufactured by the body, some surplus quantities enter the blood through food intake. Foods heavy in saturated fats, such as beef, butter, and whole milk, increase the natural level of cholesterol in the body. When fatty compounds begin to build up on the walls of arteries, serious health problems are not far away. The deposits gradually narrow blood vessels so much so that at some point the flow of blood to the heart or brain can be blocked. If a clot blocks an artery to the brain, it can cause a stroke. On the other hand, one that blocks an artery to the heart can cause a coronary attack.  Mark the best choice    2. What does ONE (Line 1) in of which only one can be controlled refer to?





There are three leading contributors to heart disease, of which only one can be controlled by change in diet. Unsurprisingly in our time with people eating the wrong kinds of food, it ishigh blood cholesterol. Needless to say, this should be an eye opener to almost everybody in developed countries in view of the estimate that the number of people who have excessive levels of cholesterol in their bloodstreams is increasing at an alarming speed. Cholesterol is a waxy substance found in all animal tissues, and it helps to form hormones and to maintain the structure of cells. While most cholesterol is manufactured by the body, some surplus quantities enter the blood through food intake. Foods heavy in saturated fats, such as beef, butter, and whole milk, increase the natural level of cholesterol in the body. When fatty compounds begin to build up on the walls of arteries, serious health problems are not far away. The deposits gradually narrow blood vessels so much so that at some point the flow of blood to the heart or brain can be blocked. If a clot blocks an artery to the brain, it can cause a stroke. On the other hand, one that blocks an artery to the heart can cause a coronary attack.  Mark the best choice       3. What does IT (Line 2) in it is high blood cholesterol, refer to?





There are three leading contributors to heart disease, of which only one can be controlled by change in diet. Unsurprisingly in our time with people eating the wrong kinds of food, it ishigh blood cholesterol. Needless to say, this should be an eye opener to almost everybody in developed countries in view of the estimate that the number of people who have excessive levels of cholesterol in their bloodstreams is increasing at an alarming speed. Cholesterol is a waxy substance found in all animal tissues, and it helps to form hormones and to maintain the structure of cells. While most cholesterol is manufactured by the body, some surplus quantities enter the blood through food intake. Foods heavy in saturated fats, such as beef, butter, and whole milk, increase the natural level of cholesterol in the body. When fatty compounds begin to build up on the walls of arteries, serious health problems are not far away. The deposits gradually narrow blood vessels so much so that at some point the flow of blood to the heart or brain can be blocked. If a clot blocks an artery to the brain, it can cause a stroke. On the other hand, one that blocks an artery to the heart can cause a coronary attack.  Mark the best choice            4. What does THIS (Line 4) this should be an eye opener refer to?





There are three leading contributors to heart disease, of which only one can be controlled by change in diet. Unsurprisingly in our time with people eating the wrong kinds of food, it ishigh blood cholesterol. Needless to say, this should be an eye opener to almost everybody in developed countries in view of the estimate that the number of people who have excessive levels of cholesterol in their bloodstreams is increasing at an alarming speed. Cholesterol is a waxy substance found in all animal tissues, and it helps to form hormones and to maintain the structure of cells. While most cholesterol is manufactured by the body, some surplus quantities enter the blood through food intake. Foods heavy in saturated fats, such as beef, butter, and whole milk, increase the natural level of cholesterol in the body. When fatty compounds begin to build up on the walls of arteries, serious health problems are not far away. The deposits gradually narrow blood vessels so much so that at some point the flow of blood to the heart or brain can be blocked. If a clot blocks an artery to the brain, it can cause a stroke. On the other hand, one that blocks an artery to the heart can cause a coronary attack.  Mark the best choice         5. It can be inferred from the passage that millions of people in developed countries __________.







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