ÇOCUKLARA YÖNELİK İNGİLİZCE SORULAR

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The ordinary everyday "blues" are fortunately usually brief and self-curing and, although they take (2) the edge off life, are not terribly incapacitating . However, for millions of Americans, depression is a far more serious, sometimes even life-threatening, situation. Most serious depressions are reactions to stressful life events—loss of a job or a spouse, serious financial setback, .a serious illness or injury, the end of a love affair. After a reasonable number of weeks or months, most such depressions lift and the world and life begin to seem brighter. (9) But for some people, depression is a recurring phenomenon that is provoked by events that others seem to weather with little difficulty or get over very quickly. And for others, depression happens "out of the blue," unrelated to any particular situation, and totally incapacitates the victims. Many accomplished people suffered from severe depression, including Sigmund Freud, Abraham Lincoln, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Winston Churchill and the astronaut, Edwin E. Aldrin. The National Institute of Mental Health estimates that each year between 4 and 8 million Americans suffer depressions severe enough to keep them from performing their regular activities or compelling them to seek medical help. Perhaps 10 to 15 million others have less severe depressions that interfere to some extent with the performance of normal activities, All told, depression is clearly "the mental illness of our time," rivaling schizophrenia as the nation's number one mental health problem and currently increasing significantly among people below the age of 35.   Mark the best choice     1. What does weather (Line 9) mean?    





The ordinary everyday "blues" are fortunately usually brief and self-curing and, although they take (2) the edge off life, are not terriblyincapacitating . However, for millions of Americans, depression is a far more serious, sometimes even life-threatening, situation. Most serious depressions are reactions to stressful life events—loss of a job or a spouse, serious financial setback, .a serious illness or injury, the end of a love affair. After a reasonable number of weeks or months, most such depressions lift and the world and life begin to seem brighter. (9) But for some people, depression is a recurring phenomenon that is provoked by events that others seem to weather with little difficulty or get over very quickly. And for others, depression happens "out of the blue," unrelated to any particular situation, and totally incapacitates the victims. Many accomplished people suffered from severe depression, including Sigmund Freud, Abraham Lincoln, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Winston Churchill and the astronaut, Edwin E. Aldrin. The National Institute of Mental Health estimates that each year between 4 and 8 million Americans suffer depressions severe enough to keep them from performing their regular activities or compelling them to seek medical help. Perhaps 10 to 15 million others have less severe depressions that interfere to some extent with the performance of normal activities, All told, depression is clearly "the mental illness of our time," rivaling schizophrenia as the nation's number one mental health problem and currently increasing significantly among people below the age of 35.   Mark the best choice          2. Depression __________.





The ordinary everyday "blues" are fortunately usually brief and self-curing and, although they take (2) the edge off life, are not terriblyincapacitating . However, for millions of Americans, depression is a far more serious, sometimes even life-threatening, situation. Most serious depressions are reactions to stressful life events—loss of a job or a spouse, serious financial setback, .a serious illness or injury, the end of a love affair. After a reasonable number of weeks or months, most such depressions lift and the world and life begin to seem brighter. (9) But for some people, depression is a recurring phenomenon that is provoked by events that others seem to weather with little difficulty or get over very quickly. And for others, depression happens "out of the blue," unrelated to any particular situation, and totally incapacitates the victims. Many accomplished people suffered from severe depression, including Sigmund Freud, Abraham Lincoln, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Winston Churchill and the astronaut, Edwin E. Aldrin. The National Institute of Mental Health estimates that each year between 4 and 8 million Americans suffer depressions severe enough to keep them from performing their regular activities or compelling them to seek medical help. Perhaps 10 to 15 million others have less severe depressions that interfere to some extent with the performance of normal activities, All told, depression is clearly "the mental illness of our time," rivaling schizophrenia as the nation's number one mental health problem and currently increasing significantly among people below the age of 35.   Mark the best choice       3. What do Sigmund Freud, Abraham Lincoln, Nathaniel Hawthorne and Winston Churchill have in common?  





The ordinary everyday "blues" are fortunately usually brief and self-curing and, although they take (2) the edge off life, are not terriblyincapacitating . However, for millions of Americans, depression is a far more serious, sometimes even life-threatening, situation. Most serious depressions are reactions to stressful life events—loss of a job or a spouse, serious financial setback, .a serious illness or injury, the end of a love affair. After a reasonable number of weeks or months, most such depressions lift and the world and life begin to seem brighter. (9) But for some people, depression is a recurring phenomenon that is provoked by events that others seem to weather with little difficulty or get over very quickly. And for others, depression happens "out of the blue," unrelated to any particular situation, and totally incapacitates the victims. Many accomplished people suffered from severe depression, including Sigmund Freud, Abraham Lincoln, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Winston Churchill and the astronaut, Edwin E. Aldrin. The National Institute of Mental Health estimates that each year between 4 and 8 million Americans suffer depressions severe enough to keep them from performing their regular activities or compelling them to seek medical help. Perhaps 10 to 15 million others have less severe depressions that interfere to some extent with the performance of normal activities, All told, depression is clearly "the mental illness of our time," rivaling schizophrenia as the nation's number one mental health problem and currently increasing significantly among people below the age of 35.   Mark the best choice        4.  4 to 8 million Americans __________.    





The ordinary everyday "blues" are fortunately usually brief and self-curing and, although they take (2) the edge off life, are not terriblyincapacitating . However, for millions of Americans, depression is a far more serious, sometimes even life-threatening, situation. Most serious depressions are reactions to stressful life events—loss of a job or a spouse, serious financial setback, .a serious illness or injury, the end of a love affair. After a reasonable number of weeks or months, most such depressions lift and the world and life begin to seem brighter. (9) But for some people, depression is a recurring phenomenon that is provoked by events that others seem to weather with little difficulty or get over very quickly. And for others, depression happens "out of the blue," unrelated to any particular situation, and totally incapacitates the victims. Many accomplished people suffered from severe depression, including Sigmund Freud, Abraham Lincoln, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Winston Churchill and the astronaut, Edwin E. Aldrin. The National Institute of Mental Health estimates that each year between 4 and 8 million Americans suffer depressions severe enough to keep them from performing their regular activities or compelling them to seek medical help. Perhaps 10 to 15 million others have less severe depressions that interfere to some extent with the performance of normal activities, All told, depression is clearly "the mental illness of our time," rivaling schizophrenia as the nation's number one mental health problem and currently increasing significantly among people below the age of 35.   Mark the best choice          5. Which one of the following is NOT stated in the passage?







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