HAZIRLIK ATLAMA SORU ÖRNEKLERİ

HAZIRLIK ATLAMA SORU ÖRNEKLERİ



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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