İNGİLİZCE SORU ÖRNEKLERİ

İNGİLİZCE SORU ÖRNEKLERİ



Passage 5.   Small children often laugh at a lame or blind person, or at someone who isn't dressed as well as they are. But as they grow up, they learn not to hurt people's feelings by laughing at their problems. They learn to laugh at other things. Most important, they learn to laugh at themselves. Suppose you're playing a game. You make a silly mistake and lose. Do you become angry? Or can you laugh at yourself and hope to do better next time? Suppose you're at a special dinner. You accidentally spill some food. Why keep worrying about how clumsy you looked? Why not laugh it off and enjoy yourself anyway? If you can, it's a good sign you've really grown up.   Mark the best  choice   1.   The  writer says small children laugh at people who __________.





Passage 5.   Small children often laugh at a lame or blind person, or at someone who isn't dressed as well as they are. But as they grow up, they learn not to hurt people's feelings by laughing at their problems. They learn to laugh at other things. Most important, they learn to laugh at themselves. Suppose you're playing a game. You make a silly mistake and lose. Do you become angry? Or can you laugh at yourself and hope to do better next time? Suppose you're at a special dinner. You accidentally spill some food. Why keep worrying about how clumsy you looked? Why not laugh it off and enjoy yourself anyway? If you can, it's a good sign you've really grown up.   Mark the best  choice   2.   The writer suggests that children's laughter is often __________.  





Passage 5.   Small children often laugh at a lame or blind person, or at someone who isn't dressed as well as they are. But as they grow up, they learn not to hurt people's feelings by laughing at their problems. They learn to laugh at other things. Most important, they learn to laugh at themselves. Suppose you're playing a game. You make a silly mistake and lose. Do you become angry? Or can you laugh at yourself and hope to do better next time? Suppose you're at a special dinner. You accidentally spill some food. Why keep worrying about how clumsy you looked? Why not laugh it off and enjoy yourself anyway? If you can, it's a good sign you've really grown up.   Mark the best  choice     3.   The most important thing is to learn how to laugh at __________.





Passage 5.   Small children often laugh at a lame or blind person, or at someone who isn't dressed as well as they are. But as they grow up, they learn not to hurt people's feelings by laughing at their problems. They learn to laugh at other things. Most important, they learn to laugh at themselves. Suppose you're playing a game. You make a silly mistake and lose. Do you become angry? Or can you laugh at yourself and hope to do better next time? Suppose you're at a special dinner. You accidentally spill some food. Why keep worrying about how clumsy you looked? Why not laugh it off and enjoy yourself anyway? If you can, it's a good sign you've really grown up.   Mark the best  choice   4.   The writer shows how laughter could help you not to __________.





Passage 5.   Small children often laugh at a lame or blind person, or at someone who isn't dressed as well as they are. But as they grow up, they learn not to hurt people's feelings by laughing at their problems. They learn to laugh at other things. Most important, they learn to laugh at themselves. Suppose you're playing a game. You make a silly mistake and lose. Do you become angry? Or can you laugh at yourself and hope to do better next time? Suppose you're at a special dinner. You accidentally spill some food. Why keep worrying about how clumsy you looked? Why not laugh it off and enjoy yourself anyway? If you can, it's a good sign you've really grown up.   Mark the best  choice   5.   Next the writer shows how laughter could keep you from __________.  







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