İNGİLİZCE HAZIRLIK ATLAMALARA YÖNELİK SORULAR

İNGİLİZCE HAZIRLIK ATLAMALARA YÖNELİK SORULAR



Passage 44. Late one night, the telephone rang at Ted and Maria's house. "Ted?" "Jane!" "Could you come get me, Ted? I'm at the hospital in Hartwell. I had an accident. I'm okay, but my car is a wreck." "Hold on. I'll be right there." Ted brought Jane home with him. She didn't want to go to her apartment alone. She was still upset. Maria made some special tea for her. Then Jane told them about the accident: She had spent the evening at a friend's house near Hartwell. It was late when she started to drive back to New York. The road was narrow and dark. Suddenly, a truck came around a curve from the opposite direction. It was going too fast, and it went onto Jane's side of the road. Jane had to turn very quickly and drive off the road. Her car hit a tree. Luckily, she was not going very fast, and she was wearing her seatbelt. So she was not hurt. When she got out of the car, the truck was gone. But another car stopped, and a young couple jumped out and ran to help Jane. They had the license plate number of the truck. The young couple brought Jane to Hartwell hospital and called the police. The police came to the hospital. They asked Jane and the young couple a lot of questions. The couple were from Japan, and they did not speak much English. They were also a little afraid of the police. However, with some help from Jane, they told everything they knew. They also gave the police the license plate number of the truck. At the end of Jane's story, Ted asked, "Did you get the names and address of that couple?" "Oh yes," Jane answered. "They were so nice to me. They said they both work in a company near here. They have to drive a long way from their home. They said they can't find a cheap place to live near their jobs. Maybe we can find some place for them in Rosebud or Hartwell." "What about Mrs. Pierce's apartment?" Ted said. "I think it's empty now. I'll call her tomorrow." "How are you feeling now?" Maria asked Jane. "That tea was wonderful," said Jane. "I feel better. What a night! Well, I guess I was lucky I didn't get hurt." Mark the best choice     1.   This passage is about __________.





Passage 44. Late one night, the telephone rang at Ted and Maria's house. "Ted?" "Jane!" "Could you come get me, Ted? I'm at the hospital in Hartwell. I had an accident. I'm okay, but my car is a wreck." "Hold on. I'll be right there." Ted brought Jane home with him. She didn't want to go to her apartment alone. She was still upset. Maria made some special tea for her. Then Jane told them about the accident: She had spent the evening at a friend's house near Hartwell. It was late when she started to drive back to New York. The road was narrow and dark. Suddenly, a truck came around a curve from the opposite direction. It was going too fast, and it went onto Jane's side of the road. Jane had to turn very quickly and drive off the road. Her car hit a tree. Luckily, she was not going very fast, and she was wearing her seatbelt. So she was not hurt. When she got out of the car, the truck was gone. But another car stopped, and a young couple jumped out and ran to help Jane. They had the license plate number of the truck. The young couple brought Jane to Hartwell hospital and called the police. The police came to the hospital. They asked Jane and the young couple a lot of questions. The couple were from Japan, and they did not speak much English. They were also a little afraid of the police. However, with some help from Jane, they told everything they knew. They also gave the police the license plate number of the truck. At the end of Jane's story, Ted asked, "Did you get the names and address of that couple?" "Oh yes," Jane answered. "They were so nice to me. They said they both work in a company near here. They have to drive a long way from their home. They said they can't find a cheap place to live near their jobs. Maybe we can find some place for them in Rosebud or Hartwell." "What about Mrs. Pierce's apartment?" Ted said. "I think it's empty now. I'll call her tomorrow." "How are you feeling now?" Maria asked Jane. "That tea was wonderful," said Jane. "I feel better. What a night! Well, I guess I was lucky I didn't get hurt." Mark the best choice        2.   Jane called Ted from __________.





Passage 44. Late one night, the telephone rang at Ted and Maria's house. "Ted?" "Jane!" "Could you come get me, Ted? I'm at the hospital in Hartwell. I had an accident. I'm okay, but my car is a wreck." "Hold on. I'll be right there." Ted brought Jane home with him. She didn't want to go to her apartment alone. She was still upset. Maria made some special tea for her. Then Jane told them about the accident: She had spent the evening at a friend's house near Hartwell. It was late when she started to drive back to New York. The road was narrow and dark. Suddenly, a truck came around a curve from the opposite direction. It was going too fast, and it went onto Jane's side of the road. Jane had to turn very quickly and drive off the road. Her car hit a tree. Luckily, she was not going very fast, and she was wearing her seatbelt. So she was not hurt. When she got out of the car, the truck was gone. But another car stopped, and a young couple jumped out and ran to help Jane. They had the license plate number of the truck. The young couple brought Jane to Hartwell hospital and called the police. The police came to the hospital. They asked Jane and the young couple a lot of questions. The couple were from Japan, and they did not speak much English. They were also a little afraid of the police. However, with some help from Jane, they told everything they knew. They also gave the police the license plate number of the truck. At the end of Jane's story, Ted asked, "Did you get the names and address of that couple?" "Oh yes," Jane answered. "They were so nice to me. They said they both work in a company near here. They have to drive a long way from their home. They said they can't find a cheap place to live near their jobs. Maybe we can find some place for them in Rosebud or Hartwell." "What about Mrs. Pierce's apartment?" Ted said. "I think it's empty now. I'll call her tomorrow." "How are you feeling now?" Maria asked Jane. "That tea was wonderful," said Jane. "I feel better. What a night! Well, I guess I was lucky I didn't get hurt." Mark the best choice         3.   When the accident happened, Jane __________.





Passage 44.  Late one night, the telephone rang at Ted and Maria's house. "Ted?" "Jane!" "Could you come get me, Ted? I'm at the hospital in Hartwell. I had an accident. I'm okay, but my car is a wreck." "Hold on. I'll be right there." Ted brought Jane home with him. She didn't want to go to her apartment alone. She was still upset. Maria made some special tea for her. Then Jane told them about the accident: She had spent the evening at a friend's house near Hartwell. It was late when she started to drive back to New York. The road was narrow and dark. Suddenly, a truck came around a curve from the opposite direction. It was going too fast, and it went onto Jane's side of the road. Jane had to turn very quickly and drive off the road. Her car hit a tree. Luckily, she was not going very fast, and she was wearing her seatbelt. So she was not hurt. When she got out of the car, the truck was gone. But another car stopped, and a young couple jumped out and ran to help Jane. They had the license plate number of the truck. The young couple brought Jane to Hartwell hospital and called the police. The police came to the hospital. They asked Jane and the young couple a lot of questions. The couple were from Japan, and they did not speak much English. They were also a little afraid of the police. However, with some help from Jane, they told everything they knew. They also gave the police the license plate number of the truck. At the end of Jane's story, Ted asked, "Did you get the names and address of that couple?" "Oh yes," Jane answered. "They were so nice to me. They said they both work in a company near here. They have to drive a long way from their home. They said they can't find a cheap place to live near their jobs. Maybe we can find some place for them in Rosebud or Hartwell." "What about Mrs. Pierce's apartment?" Ted said. "I think it's empty now. I'll call her tomorrow." "How are you feeling now?" Maria asked Jane. "That tea was wonderful," said Jane. "I feel better. What a night! Well, I guess I was lucky I didn't get hurt." Mark the best choice         4.   The truck driver __________.





Passage 44.  Late one night, the telephone rang at Ted and Maria's house. "Ted?" "Jane!" "Could you come get me, Ted? I'm at the hospital in Hartwell. I had an accident. I'm okay, but my car is a wreck." "Hold on. I'll be right there." Ted brought Jane home with him. She didn't want to go to her apartment alone. She was still upset. Maria made some special tea for her. Then Jane told them about the accident: She had spent the evening at a friend's house near Hartwell. It was late when she started to drive back to New York. The road was narrow and dark. Suddenly, a truck came around a curve from the opposite direction. It was going too fast, and it went onto Jane's side of the road. Jane had to turn very quickly and drive off the road. Her car hit a tree. Luckily, she was not going very fast, and she was wearing her seatbelt. So she was not hurt. When she got out of the car, the truck was gone. But another car stopped, and a young couple jumped out and ran to help Jane. They had the license plate number of the truck. The young couple brought Jane to Hartwell hospital and called the police. The police came to the hospital. They asked Jane and the young couple a lot of questions. The couple were from Japan, and they did not speak much English. They were also a little afraid of the police. However, with some help from Jane, they told everything they knew. They also gave the police the license plate number of the truck. At the end of Jane's story, Ted asked, "Did you get the names and address of that couple?" "Oh yes," Jane answered. "They were so nice to me. They said they both work in a company near here. They have to drive a long way from their home. They said they can't find a cheap place to live near their jobs. Maybe we can find some place for them in Rosebud or Hartwell." "What about Mrs. Pierce's apartment?" Ted said. "I think it's empty now. I'll call her tomorrow." "How are you feeling now?" Maria asked Jane. "That tea was wonderful," said Jane. "I feel better. What a night! Well, I guess I was lucky I didn't get hurt." Mark the best choice         5.   Soon after the accident, Jane got help from __________.







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