HAZIRLIK ATLAMA SINAVLARINA YÖNELİK SORULAR

HAZIRLIK ATLAMA SINAVLARINA YÖNELİK SORULAR



Passage 49. by Walter Wharton   If you like unusual places, you should go sometime to the Hebrides Islands. Not many people live on these islands in the northwest of Scotland. The land is not good for farming. It's good only for keeping sheep. The winters are long, cold, and wet. It is hard to make a living in the Hebrides, but for a visitor, these islands can be very special. They're not for everyone, however. Even summer days are cool and often windy. The water is too cold for swimming. There are no forests, and there are only a few trees and green fields. Instead of fields, there are just rocks and bushes. The hills, too, are just piles of rocks. Sometimes the scenery looks like pictures of the moon. But there is beauty in this wild place. It's in the wide,  wonderful views.  From  the beach you can often see all the way to the rocky hills. From the hills you can see far out to other  islands  and  the  open ocean. The colors, too, are special. Blue is everywhere. It's in the sky and in the ocean. It is in the tiny flowers that grow on the  hills.  In the  spring there is also green in the hills. In the summer and fall the hills are more purple. Often the air is soft and gray with clouds and rain. In these islands you can forget about the rest of the world. You can forget about city problems of noise, dirt, and crime. The evenings are quiet. The restaurants close early, and there isn't any nightlife. There aren't even many hotels. Most visitors stay at a guest house or a bed and breakfast. This is the best way to learn about life on the islands. The islanders are often friendly, and they like to talk. If you want to meet islanders, you can also try the pubs or even the shops. People are in no hurry here. At the baker's or the grocer's they like to chat about the weather or the fishing. There are also some tourist shops, but not many. They sell the usual tourist things. They also sell some beautiful clothes made of wool from the islands. The wool cloth called "Harris tweed" is famous around the world. Do not come to the Hebrides to go shopping. Come to walk in the clean, cool air. Come for the quiet beauty and for the views.   Mark the best choice       1.   This article is about __________.





Passage 49.  by Walter Wharton   If you like unusual places, you should go sometime to the Hebrides Islands. Not many people live on these islands in the northwest of Scotland. The land is not good for farming. It's good only for keeping sheep. The winters are long, cold, and wet. It is hard to make a living in the Hebrides, but for a visitor, these islands can be very special. They're not for everyone, however. Even summer days are cool and often windy. The water is too cold for swimming. There are no forests, and there are only a few trees and green fields. Instead of fields, there are just rocks and bushes. The hills, too, are just piles of rocks. Sometimes the scenery looks like pictures of the moon. But there is beauty in this wild place. It's in the wide,  wonderful views.  From  the beach you can often see all the way to the rocky hills. From the hills you can see far out to other  islands  and  the  open ocean. The colors, too, are special. Blue is everywhere. It's in the sky and in the ocean. It is in the tiny flowers that grow on the  hills.  In the  spring there is also green in the hills. In the summer and fall the hills are more purple. Often the air is soft and gray with clouds and rain. In these islands you can forget about the rest of the world. You can forget about city problems of noise, dirt, and crime. The evenings are quiet. The restaurants close early, and there isn't any nightlife. There aren't even many hotels. Most visitors stay at a guest house or a bed and breakfast. This is the best way to learn about life on the islands. The islanders are often friendly, and they like to talk. If you want to meet islanders, you can also try the pubs or even the shops. People are in no hurry here. At the baker's or the grocer's they like to chat about the weather or the fishing. There are also some tourist shops, but not many. They sell the usual tourist things. They also sell some beautiful clothes made of wool from the islands. The wool cloth called "Harris tweed" is famous around the world. Do not come to the Hebrides to go shopping. Come to walk in the clean, cool air. Come for the quiet beauty and for the views.  Mark the best choice           2.   Not many people live in the Hebrides because __________.





Passage 49.   by Walter Wharton   If you like unusual places, you should go sometime to the Hebrides Islands. Not many people live on these islands in the northwest of Scotland. The land is not good for farming. It's good only for keeping sheep. The winters are long, cold, and wet. It is hard to make a living in the Hebrides, but for a visitor, these islands can be very special. They're not for everyone, however. Even summer days are cool and often windy. The water is too cold for swimming. There are no forests, and there are only a few trees and green fields. Instead of fields, there are just rocks and bushes. The hills, too, are just piles of rocks. Sometimes the scenery looks like pictures of the moon. But there is beauty in this wild place. It's in the wide,  wonderful views.  From  the beach you can often see all the way to the rocky hills. From the hills you can see far out to other  islands  and  the  open ocean. The colors, too, are special. Blue is everywhere. It's in the sky and in the ocean. It is in the tiny flowers that grow on the  hills.  In the  spring there is also green in the hills. In the summer and fall the hills are more purple. Often the air is soft and gray with clouds and rain. In these islands you can forget about the rest of the world. You can forget about city problems of noise, dirt, and crime. The evenings are quiet. The restaurants close early, and there isn't any nightlife. There aren't even many hotels. Most visitors stay at a guest house or a bed and breakfast. This is the best way to learn about life on the islands. The islanders are often friendly, and they like to talk. If you want to meet islanders, you can also try the pubs or even the shops. People are in no hurry here. At the baker's or the grocer's they like to chat about the weather or the fishing. There are also some tourist shops, but not many. They sell the usual tourist things. They also sell some beautiful clothes made of wool from the islands. The wool cloth called "Harris tweed" is famous around the world. Do not come to the Hebrides to go shopping. Come to walk in the clean, cool air. Come for the quiet beauty and for the views. Mark the best choice        3.   The weather in the Hebrides is __________.  





Passage 49.   by Walter Wharton If you like unusual places, you should go sometime to the Hebrides Islands. Not many people live on these islands in the northwest of Scotland. The land is not good for farming. It's good only for keeping sheep. The winters are long, cold, and wet. It is hard to make a living in the Hebrides, but for a visitor, these islands can be very special. They're not for everyone, however. Even summer days are cool and often windy. The water is too cold for swimming. There are no forests, and there are only a few trees and green fields. Instead of fields, there are just rocks and bushes. The hills, too, are just piles of rocks. Sometimes the scenery looks like pictures of the moon. But there is beauty in this wild place. It's in the wide,  wonderful views.  From  the beach you can often see all the way to the rocky hills. From the hills you can see far out to other  islands  and  the  open ocean. The colors, too, are special. Blue is everywhere. It's in the sky and in the ocean. It is in the tiny flowers that grow on the  hills.  In the  spring there is also green in the hills. In the summer and fall the hills are more purple. Often the air is soft and gray with clouds and rain. In these islands you can forget about the rest of the world. You can forget about city problems of noise, dirt, and crime. The evenings are quiet. The restaurants close early, and there isn't any nightlife. There aren't even many hotels. Most visitors stay at a guest house or a bed and breakfast. This is the best way to learn about life on the islands. The islanders are often friendly, and they like to talk. If you want to meet islanders, you can also try the pubs or even the shops. People are in no hurry here. At the baker's or the grocer's they like to chat about the weather or the fishing. There are also some tourist shops, but not many. They sell the usual tourist things. They also sell some beautiful clothes made of wool from the islands. The wool cloth called "Harris tweed" is famous around the world. Do not come to the Hebrides to go shopping. Come to walk in the clean, cool air. Come for the quiet beauty and for the views. Mark the best choice        4. Some of the scenery looks like the moon because __________.  





Passage 49.    by Walter Wharton If you like unusual places, you should go sometime to the Hebrides Islands. Not many people live on these islands in the northwest of Scotland. The land is not good for farming. It's good only for keeping sheep. The winters are long, cold, and wet. It is hard to make a living in the Hebrides, but for a visitor, these islands can be very special. They're not for everyone, however. Even summer days are cool and often windy. The water is too cold for swimming. There are no forests, and there are only a few trees and green fields. Instead of fields, there are just rocks and bushes. The hills, too, are just piles of rocks. Sometimes the scenery looks like pictures of the moon. But there is beauty in this wild place. It's in the wide,  wonderful views.  From  the beach you can often see all the way to the rocky hills. From the hills you can see far out to other  islands  and  the  open ocean. The colors, too, are special. Blue is everywhere. It's in the sky and in the ocean. It is in the tiny flowers that grow on the  hills.  In the  spring there is also green in the hills. In the summer and fall the hills are more purple. Often the air is soft and gray with clouds and rain. In these islands you can forget about the rest of the world. You can forget about city problems of noise, dirt, and crime. The evenings are quiet. The restaurants close early, and there isn't any nightlife. There aren't even many hotels. Most visitors stay at a guest house or a bed and breakfast. This is the best way to learn about life on the islands. The islanders are often friendly, and they like to talk. If you want to meet islanders, you can also try the pubs or even the shops. People are in no hurry here. At the baker's or the grocer's they like to chat about the weather or the fishing. There are also some tourist shops, but not many. They sell the usual tourist things. They also sell some beautiful clothes made of wool from the islands. The wool cloth called "Harris tweed" is famous around the world. Do not come to the Hebrides to go shopping. Come to walk in the clean, cool air. Come for the quiet beauty and for the views.   Mark the best choice       5.   The colors on the islands __________.







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