GEÇMİŞ TOEFL SORULARI

GEÇMİŞ TOEFL SORULARI



Passage 56. A child may leave home for any number of reasons, but three seem to be more common than any others. First, a child may leave home because of a lack of parental affection, which canleave the child with emotional scars. When parents are cold and uncaring, a child senses this and feels that he/she does not belong in the home. The child will then leave, seeking a home where he/she at least feels wanted and a part of a family. Second, when a child feels that he/she is not given just recognition as a person and as an individual, he/she may feel frustrated enough to leave home—especially if the parents do not stop what they are doing long enough to really listen to him/her or at least to respect some of the child's opinions. Finally, severe punishment by a child's parents which does not suit the child's misconduct may cause a child to leave home.  The severe punishment is really child abuse, and a child will normally feel that he/she is not safe in such a home. Mark the best choice     1. The phrase any number of reasons (Line 1) means __________.





Passage 56. A child may leave home for any number of reasons, but three seem to be more common than any others. First, a child may leave home because of a lack of parental affection, which canleave the child with emotional scars. When parents are cold and uncaring, a child senses this and feels that he/she does not belong in the home. The child will then leave, seeking a home where he/she at least feels wanted and a part of a family. Second, when a child feels that he/she is not given just recognition as a person and as an individual, he/she may feel frustrated enough to leave home—especially if the parents do not stop what they are doing long enough to really listen to him/her or at least to respect some of the child's opinions. Finally, severe punishment by a child's parents which does not suit the child's misconduct may cause a child to leave home.  The severe punishment is really child abuse, and a child will normally feel that he/she is not safe in such a home. Mark the best choice       2. What does which (Line 3) in which can leave the child with emotional scars refer to?





Passage 56. A child may leave home for any number of reasons, but three seem to be more common than any others. First, a child may leave home because of a lack of parental affection, which canleave the child with emotional scars. When parents are cold and uncaring, a child senses this and feels that he/she does not belong in the home. The child will then leave, seeking a home where he/she at least feels wanted and a part of a family. Second, when a child feels that he/she is not given just recognition as a person and as an individual, he/she may feel frustrated enough to leave home—especially if the parents do not stop what they are doing long enough to really listen to him/her or at least to respect some of the child's opinions. Finally, severe punishment by a child's parents which does not suit the child's misconduct may cause a child to leave home.  The severe punishment is really child abuse, and a child will normally feel that he/she is not safe in such a home. Mark the best choice      3. What does three (Line 1) refer to?  





Passage 56. A child may leave home for any number of reasons, but three seem to be more common than any others. First, a child may leave home because of a lack of parental affection, which canleave the child with emotional scars. When parents are cold and uncaring, a child senses this and feels that he/she does not belong in the home. The child will then leave, seeking a home where he/she at least feels wanted and a part of a family. Second, when a child feels that he/she is not given just recognition as a person and as an individual, he/she may feel frustrated enough to leave home—especially if the parents do not stop what they are doing long enough to really listen to him/her or at least to respect some of the child's opinions. Finally, severe punishment by a child's parents which does not suit the child's misconduct may cause a child to leave home.  The severe punishment is really child abuse, and a child will normally feel that he/she is not safe in such a home. Mark the best choice        4. What gives a child emotional scars?  





Passage 56. A child may leave home for any number of reasons, but three seem to be more common than any others. First, a child may leave home because of a lack of parental affection, which canleave the child with emotional scars. When parents are cold and uncaring, a child senses this and feels that he/she does not belong in the home. The child will then leave, seeking a home where he/she at least feels wanted and a part of a family. Second, when a child feels that he/she is not given just recognition as a person and as an individual, he/she may feel frustrated enough to leave home—especially if the parents do not stop what they are doing long enough to really listen to him/her or at least to respect some of the child's opinions. Finally, severe punishment by a child's parents which does not suit the child's misconduct may cause a child to leave home.  The severe punishment is really child abuse, and a child will normally feel that he/she is not safe in such a home. Mark the best choice      5. When parents are cold and uncaring, a child __________.







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