İNGİLİZCE SORU CEVAP

İNGİLİZCE SORU CEVAP



Passage 20.   One town of eleven hundred people took part in an experiment run by a watch company. The firm wanted to learn how much people needed clocks and watches. For two days and nights no one used a timepiece. The people "parked" their watches. All public clocks were covered with plastic or cardboard. No church bells chimed. And the fire whistle that usually blew at noon was silent. A blast on the fire whistle marked the end of the experiment. The experts talked to 167 townsfolk. The people said they had become fretful and nervous when they didn't know the real (clock) time. Many weren't sure whether they were hungry or not.   Mark the best  choice     1.   The experiment was run by __________.





Passage 20.   One town of eleven hundred people took part in an experiment run by a watch company. The firm wanted to learn how much people needed clocks and watches. For two days and nights no one used a timepiece. The people "parked" their watches. All public clocks were covered with plastic or cardboard. No church bells chimed. And the fire whistle that usually blew at noon was silent. A blast on the fire whistle marked the end of the experiment. The experts talked to 167 townsfolk. The people said they had become fretful and nervous when they didn't know the real (clock) time. Many weren't sure whether they were hungry or not.   Mark the best  choice     2.   The experiment lasted __________.





Passage 20.   One town of eleven hundred people took part in an experiment run by a watch company. The firm wanted to learn how much people needed clocks and watches. For two days and nights no one used a timepiece. The people "parked" their watches. All public clocks were covered with plastic or cardboard. No church bells chimed. And the fire whistle that usually blew at noon was silent. A blast on the fire whistle marked the end of the experiment. The experts talked to 167 townsfolk. The people said they had become fretful and nervous when they didn't know the real (clock) time. Many weren't sure whether they were hungry or not.   Mark the best  choice   3.   Church bells were not allowed to ring because __________.  





Passage 20.   One town of eleven hundred people took part in an experiment run by a watch company. The firm wanted to learn how much people needed clocks and watches. For two days and nights no one used a timepiece. The people "parked" their watches. All public clocks were covered with plastic or cardboard. No church bells chimed. And the fire whistle that usually blew at noon was silent. A blast on the fire whistle marked the end of the experiment. The experts talked to 167 townsfolk. The people said they had become fretful and nervous when they didn't know the real (clock) time. Many weren't sure whether they were hungry or not.   Mark the best  choice     4.   The signal that ended the experiment was __________.





Passage 20.   One town of eleven hundred people took part in an experiment run by a watch company. The firm wanted to learn how much people needed clocks and watches. For two days and nights no one used a timepiece. The people "parked" their watches. All public clocks were covered with plastic or cardboard. No church bells chimed. And the fire whistle that usually blew at noon was silent. A blast on the fire whistle marked the end of the experiment. The experts talked to 167 townsfolk. The people said they had become fretful and nervous when they didn't know the real (clock) time. Many weren't sure whether they were hungry or not.   Mark the best  choice   5.   After the experiment the experts questioned __________.  







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