IELTS SORU ÖRNEKLERİ

IELTS SORU ÖRNEKLERİ



(2)Nestle Corporation, which last year earned 5.5 billion dollars in profits is demanding its 6 million dollars from Ethiopia, a country facing famine. That over 14 million people are in danger of dying of starvation in a country so poor (an average income of less than $2 per day) that it can't afford to buy enough food on the overabundant world market doesn't seem to bother the world's largest food corporation. 6 million dollars is just 0.01% of Nestle's annual turnover, but Nestle has no intention to give it up. Clearly an absolute prerequisite for the job of CEO at Nestle is that your heart be made out of burnt asphalt. (8)This isn't the first time Nestle has walked the pathway of moral putridity. For years Nestle has been the target of boycotts due to their decades long practice of underhandedly peddling baby formula as a breast-milk substitute to mothers in the third world. Breast milk is free, healthy and protects against infection, but not very profitable for a maker of baby formula. Practices like sending sales representatives into hospitals dressed as nurses to promote products to mothers were commonplace. The pitch was that Nestle's formula was better than breast milk - in fact, any mother that "really" cared about her baby would use Nestle breast-milk substitute. Mothers were often given a free supply of baby formula that lasted just long enough to dry out their own breast milk. (16) These mothers, lacking sanitized water, and with their breast milk now dried up, mixed the formula with the only water they had. The results were predictable. According to the World Health Organization a child bottle-fed using unsafe water is up to 25 times more likely to die as a result of diarrhea than a breast-fed child. 1.5 million Children die in this manner each year. So unless you are a chum supporter of infant mortality or famine then you might want to boycott Nestle and the long list of companies it owns.  Kevin Begley   Mark the best choice     1.  A county facing famine (Line 2) can be said to be __________.





(2)Nestle Corporation, which last year earned 5.5 billion dollars in profits is demanding its 6 million dollars from Ethiopia, a country facing famine. That over 14 million people are in danger of dying of starvation in a country so poor (an average income of less than $2 per day) that it can't afford to buy enough food on the overabundant world market doesn't seem to bother the world's largest food corporation. 6 million dollars is just 0.01% of Nestle's annual turnover, but Nestle has no intention to give it up. Clearly an absolute prerequisite for the job of CEO at Nestle is that your heart be made out of burnt asphalt. (8)This isn't the first time Nestle has walked the pathway of moral putridity. For years Nestle has been the target of boycotts due to their decades long practice of underhandedly peddling baby formula as a breast-milk substitute to mothers in the third world. Breast milk is free, healthy and protects against infection, but not very profitable for a maker of baby formula. Practices like sending sales representatives into hospitals dressed as nurses to promote products to mothers were commonplace. The pitch was that Nestle's formula was better than breast milk - in fact, any mother that "really" cared about her baby would use Nestle breast-milk substitute. Mothers were often given a free supply of baby formula that lasted just long enough to dry out their own breast milk. (16) These mothers, lacking sanitized water, and with their breast milk now dried up, mixed the formula with the only water they had. The results were predictable. According to the World Health Organization a child bottle-fed using unsafe water is up to 25 times more likely to die as a result of diarrhea than a breast-fed child. 1.5 million Children die in this manner each year. So unless you are a chum supporter of infant mortality or famine then you might want to boycott Nestle and the long list of companies it owns.  Kevin Begley   Mark the best choice     2. Which of the following is wrong?  





(2)Nestle Corporation, which last year earned 5.5 billion dollars in profits is demanding its 6 million dollars from Ethiopia, a country facing famine. That over 14 million people are in danger of dying of starvation in a country so poor (an average income of less than $2 per day) that it can't afford to buy enough food on the overabundant world market doesn't seem to bother the world's largest food corporation. 6 million dollars is just 0.01% of Nestle's annual turnover, but Nestle has no intention to give it up. Clearly an absolute prerequisite for the job of CEO at Nestle is that your heart be made out of burnt asphalt. (8)This isn't the first time Nestle has walked the pathway of moral putridity. For years Nestle has been the target of boycotts due to their decades long practice of underhandedly peddling baby formula as a breast-milk substitute to mothers in the third world. Breast milk is free, healthy and protects against infection, but not very profitable for a maker of baby formula. Practices like sending sales representatives into hospitals dressed as nurses to promote products to mothers were commonplace. The pitch was that Nestle's formula was better than breast milk - in fact, any mother that "really" cared about her baby would use Nestle breast-milk substitute. Mothers were often given a free supply of baby formula that lasted just long enough to dry out their own breast milk. (16) These mothers, lacking sanitized water, and with their breast milk now dried up, mixed the formula with the only water they had. The results were predictable. According to the World Health Organization a child bottle-fed using unsafe water is up to 25 times more likely to die as a result of diarrhea than a breast-fed child. 1.5 million Children die in this manner each year. So unless you are a chum supporter of infant mortality or famine then you might want to boycott Nestle and the long list of companies it owns.  Kevin Begley   Mark the best choice   3. What is the author saying about the Nestle CEO?





(2)Nestle Corporation, which last year earned 5.5 billion dollars in profits is demanding its 6 million dollars from Ethiopia, a country facing famine. That over 14 million people are in danger of dying of starvation in a country so poor (an average income of less than $2 per day) that it can't afford to buy enough food on the overabundant world market doesn't seem to bother the world's largest food corporation. 6 million dollars is just 0.01% of Nestle's annual turnover, but Nestle has no intention to give it up. Clearly an absolute prerequisite for the job of CEO at Nestle is that your heart be made out of burnt asphalt. (8)This isn't the first time Nestle has walked the pathway of moral putridity. For years Nestle has been the target of boycotts due to their decades long practice of underhandedly peddling baby formula as a breast-milk substitute to mothers in the third world. Breast milk is free, healthy and protects against infection, but not very profitable for a maker of baby formula. Practices like sending sales representatives into hospitals dressed as nurses to promote products to mothers were commonplace. The pitch was that Nestle's formula was better than breast milk - in fact, any mother that "really" cared about her baby would use Nestle breast-milk substitute. Mothers were often given a free supply of baby formula that lasted just long enough to dry out their own breast milk. (16) These mothers, lacking sanitized water, and with their breast milk now dried up, mixed the formula with the only water they had. The results were predictable. According to the World Health Organization a child bottle-fed using unsafe water is up to 25 times more likely to die as a result of diarrhea than a breast-fed child. 1.5 million Children die in this manner each year. So unless you are a chum supporter of infant mortality or famine then you might want to boycott Nestle and the long list of companies it owns.  Kevin Begley   Mark the best choice       4. What is moral putridity (Line 8)?  





(2)Nestle Corporation, which last year earned 5.5 billion dollars in profits is demanding its 6 million dollars from Ethiopia, a country facing famine. That over 14 million people are in danger of dying of starvation in a country so poor (an average income of less than $2 per day) that it can't afford to buy enough food on the overabundant world market doesn't seem to bother the world's largest food corporation. 6 million dollars is just 0.01% of Nestle's annual turnover, but Nestle has no intention to give it up. Clearly an absolute prerequisite for the job of CEO at Nestle is that your heart be made out of burnt asphalt. (8)This isn't the first time Nestle has walked the pathway of moral putridity. For years Nestle has been the target of boycotts due to their decades long practice of underhandedly peddling baby formula as a breast-milk substitute to mothers in the third world. Breast milk is free, healthy and protects against infection, but not very profitable for a maker of baby formula. Practices like sending sales representatives into hospitals dressed as nurses to promote products to mothers were commonplace. The pitch was that Nestle's formula was better than breast milk - in fact, any mother that "really" cared about her baby would use Nestle breast-milk substitute. Mothers were often given a free supply of baby formula that lasted just long enough to dry out their own breast milk. (16) These mothers, lacking sanitized water, and with their breast milk now dried up, mixed the formula with the only water they had. The results were predictable. According to the World Health Organization a child bottle-fed using unsafe water is up to 25 times more likely to die as a result of diarrhea than a breast-fed child. 1.5 million Children die in this manner each year. So unless you are a chum supporter of infant mortality or famine then you might want to boycott Nestle and the long list of companies it owns.  Kevin Begley   Mark the best choice       5. The sentence This isn't the first time Nestle has walked the pathway of moral putridity implies that __________.







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