IELTS DENEME SINAVI

IELTS DENEME SINAVI



A city of the future — where there will be no housing shortage, no unemployment, no pollution, and plenty of good schools, efficient transportation, fruit trees, and gardens - is under construction near Anchorage, Alaska, only a few miles from the Arctic Circle. The temperature-controlled, indoor city will be the headquarters for oil exploration and development of Alaska's north slope, and will provide housing for the expected influx of residents, estimated ultimately to number fifty thousand. A huge power plant, which will operate with natural gas from the oil reserves, will provide heat for the entire city. The temperature will never fall below 68 degrees. People will stroll in comfort in the glass-enclosed streets while their neighbors in nearby Anchorage suffer at thirty below zero. The wonder city will be connected with Anchorage by high-speed monorail, while interior transportation will be via minirail and electric taxis. Automobiles will be left near Anchorage. The primitive beauty of the surrounding area will be left almost untouched to provide a satisfying natural environment for hiking, fishing, and other outdoor activities. Lakes on the site will be for sailboats and canoes. If people want to go into the wilderness, they will have to go on skis or snowshoes. No snowmobiles or motorboats will be allowed. The S7, 200,000 purchase of Alaska from Russia, which was arranged in 1867 by U.S. Secretary of State William Seward, was called Seward's Folly. In contrast, the name of the futuristic Alaskan city is Seward's Success.     Mark the best choice       1. The author implies that, in comparison with Anchorage, the new city will have __________.





A city of the future — where there will be no housing shortage, no unemployment, no pollution, and plenty of good schools, efficient transportation, fruit trees, and gardens - is under construction near Anchorage, Alaska, only a few miles from the Arctic Circle. The temperature-controlled, indoor city will be the headquarters for oil exploration and development of Alaska's north slope, and will provide housing for the expected influx of residents, estimated ultimately to number fifty thousand. A huge power plant, which will operate with natural gas from the oil reserves, will provide heat for the entire city. The temperature will never fall below 68 degrees. People will stroll in comfort in the glass-enclosed streets while their neighbors in nearby Anchorage suffer at thirty below zero. The wonder city will be connected with Anchorage by high-speed monorail, while interior transportation will be via minirail and electric taxis. Automobiles will be left near Anchorage. The primitive beauty of the surrounding area will be left almost untouched to provide a satisfying natural environment for hiking, fishing, and other outdoor activities. Lakes on the site will be for sailboats and canoes. If people want to go into the wilderness, they will have to go on skis or snowshoes. No snowmobiles or motorboats will be allowed. The S7, 200,000 purchase of Alaska from Russia, which was arranged in 1867 by U.S. Secretary of State William Seward, was called Seward's Folly. In contrast, the name of the futuristic Alaskan city is Seward's Success.     Mark the best choice     2.   According to the article, the city will have __________.





A city of the future — where there will be no housing shortage, no unemployment, no pollution, and plenty of good schools, efficient transportation, fruit trees, and gardens - is under construction near Anchorage, Alaska, only a few miles from the Arctic Circle. The temperature-controlled, indoor city will be the headquarters for oil exploration and development of Alaska's north slope, and will provide housing for the expected influx of residents, estimated ultimately to number fifty thousand. A huge power plant, which will operate with natural gas from the oil reserves, will provide heat for the entire city. The temperature will never fall below 68 degrees. People will stroll in comfort in the glass-enclosed streets while their neighbors in nearby Anchorage suffer at thirty below zero. The wonder city will be connected with Anchorage by high-speed monorail, while interior transportation will be via minirail and electric taxis. Automobiles will be left near Anchorage. The primitive beauty of the surrounding area will be left almost untouched to provide a satisfying natural environment for hiking, fishing, and other outdoor activities. Lakes on the site will be for sailboats and canoes. If people want to go into the wilderness, they will have to go on skis or snowshoes. No snowmobiles or motorboats will be allowed. The S7, 200,000 purchase of Alaska from Russia, which was arranged in 1867 by U.S. Secretary of State William Seward, was called Seward's Folly. In contrast, the name of the futuristic Alaskan city is Seward's Success.     Mark the best choice     3.   The power plant will __________.





A city of the future — where there will be no housing shortage, no unemployment, no pollution, and plenty of good schools, efficient transportation, fruit trees, and gardens - is under construction near Anchorage, Alaska, only a few miles from the Arctic Circle. The temperature-controlled, indoor city will be the headquarters for oil exploration and development of Alaska's north slope, and will provide housing for the expected influx of residents, estimated ultimately to number fifty thousand. A huge power plant, which will operate with natural gas from the oil reserves, will provide heat for the entire city. The temperature will never fall below 68 degrees. People will stroll in comfort in the glass-enclosed streets while their neighbors in nearby Anchorage suffer at thirty below zero. The wonder city will be connected with Anchorage by high-speed monorail, while interior transportation will be via minirail and electric taxis. Automobiles will be left near Anchorage. The primitive beauty of the surrounding area will be left almost untouched to provide a satisfying natural environment for hiking, fishing, and other outdoor activities. Lakes on the site will be for sailboats and canoes. If people want to go into the wilderness, they will have to go on skis or snowshoes. No snowmobiles or motorboats will be allowed. The S7, 200,000 purchase of Alaska from Russia, which was arranged in 1867 by U.S. Secretary of State William Seward, was called Seward's Folly. In contrast, the name of the futuristic Alaskan city is Seward's Success.     Mark the best choice   4.   Implied but not stated: __________.  





A city of the future — where there will be no housing shortage, no unemployment, no pollution, and plenty of good schools, efficient transportation, fruit trees, and gardens - is under construction near Anchorage, Alaska, only a few miles from the Arctic Circle. The temperature-controlled, indoor city will be the headquarters for oil exploration and development of Alaska's north slope, and will provide housing for the expected influx of residents, estimated ultimately to number fifty thousand. A huge power plant, which will operate with natural gas from the oil reserves, will provide heat for the entire city. The temperature will never fall below 68 degrees. People will stroll in comfort in the glass-enclosed streets while their neighbors in nearby Anchorage suffer at thirty below zero. The wonder city will be connected with Anchorage by high-speed monorail, while interior transportation will be via minirail and electric taxis. Automobiles will be left near Anchorage. The primitive beauty of the surrounding area will be left almost untouched to provide a satisfying natural environment for hiking, fishing, and other outdoor activities. Lakes on the site will be for sailboats and canoes. If people want to go into the wilderness, they will have to go on skis or snowshoes. No snowmobiles or motorboats will be allowed. The S7, 200,000 purchase of Alaska from Russia, which was arranged in 1867 by U.S. Secretary of State William Seward, was called Seward's Folly. In contrast, the name of the futuristic Alaskan city is Seward's Success.     Mark the best choice     5.   Residents of the new city will be able to __________.  







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