İLKOKUL, ORTAOKUL VE LİSE ÖĞRENCİLERİNE YÖNELİK SORULAR

İLKOKUL, ORTAOKUL VE LİSE ÖĞRENCİLERİNE YÖNELİK SORULAR



Passage 17.   Few people are surprised when governments care for animals in zoos. But the presence of other animals on a government's payroll may cause wonder. Some animals can be said to work for their keep. Cats on the staff of Britain's Post Office Department and France's National Printing Office earn their pay. They kill the rats and mice that gnaw at and destroy paper. Ravens and apes seem unlikely workers. Old tales explain why they are cared for. Legend said that six ravens must be kept at the Tower of London; if not, the British Empire would fall. The Empire has changed, but the ravens remain. The Barbary apes at Gibraltar are also linked with an old tale: if the apes leave the Rock, the British will go.   Mark the best  choice     1.   This story gives reasons for a government's caring for animals in __________.  





Passage 17.   Few people are surprised when governments care for animals in zoos. But the presence of other animals on a government's payroll may cause wonder. Some animals can be said to work for their keep. Cats on the staff of Britain's Post Office Department and France's National Printing Office earn their pay. They kill the rats and mice that gnaw at and destroy paper. Ravens and apes seem unlikely workers. Old tales explain why they are cared for. Legend said that six ravens must be kept at the Tower of London; if not, the British Empire would fall. The Empire has changed, but the ravens remain. The Barbary apes at Gibraltar are also linked with an old tale: if the apes leave the Rock, the British will go.   Mark the best  choice     2.   The author begins his list of animals with __________.





Passage 17.   Few people are surprised when governments care for animals in zoos. But the presence of other animals on a government's payroll may cause wonder. Some animals can be said to work for their keep. Cats on the staff of Britain's Post Office Department and France's National Printing Office earn their pay. They kill the rats and mice that gnaw at and destroy paper. Ravens and apes seem unlikely workers. Old tales explain why they are cared for. Legend said that six ravens must be kept at the Tower of London; if not, the British Empire would fall. The Empire has changed, but the ravens remain. The Barbary apes at Gibraltar are also linked with an old tale: if the apes leave the Rock, the British will go.   Mark the best  choice   3.   This first group of animals works where __________.





Passage 17.   Few people are surprised when governments care for animals in zoos. But the presence of other animals on a government's payroll may cause wonder. Some animals can be said to work for their keep. Cats on the staff of Britain's Post Office Department and France's National Printing Office earn their pay. They kill the rats and mice that gnaw at and destroy paper. Ravens and apes seem unlikely workers. Old tales explain why they are cared for. Legend said that six ravens must be kept at the Tower of London; if not, the British Empire would fall. The Empire has changed, but the ravens remain. The Barbary apes at Gibraltar are also linked with an old tale: if the apes leave the Rock, the British will go.   Mark the best  choice   4.   An old tale about the Tower of London tells why __________.    





Passage 17.   Few people are surprised when governments care for animals in zoos. But the presence of other animals on a government's payroll may cause wonder. Some animals can be said to work for their keep. Cats on the staff of Britain's Post Office Department and France's National Printing Office earn their pay. They kill the rats and mice that gnaw at and destroy paper. Ravens and apes seem unlikely workers. Old tales explain why they are cared for. Legend said that six ravens must be kept at the Tower of London; if not, the British Empire would fall. The Empire has changed, but the ravens remain. The Barbary apes at Gibraltar are also linked with an old tale: if the apes leave the Rock, the British will go.   Mark the best  choice   5.         The author mentions another tale about the __________.  







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