İNGİLİZCE SORU ÖRNEKLERİ

İNGİLİZCE SORU ÖRNEKLERİ



  Many insects disguise themselves to bamboozle their foes. They pretend to be stones, seeds, blades of grass, and even dewdrops. The prize for the best disguise must go to the walking-leaf beetles of India and the Philippines. The eggs of these insects look like seeds. When the young hatch, they are glossy-red copies of the buds sprouting on the bushes they inhabit. The adult beetles' green bodies are shaped and veined to look exactly like the leaves they feed on. Their flat legs resemble small leaves with ragged yellow-stained edges. When it is windy, walking-leaf beetles often hang by two legs and turn their bodies to and fro like breeze-blown leaves. At every stage in life, the walking-leaf beetles can hoodwink their enemies.   Mark the best choice     1. According to the author, many insects disguise themselves for __________.





Many insects disguise themselves to bamboozle their foes. They pretend to be stones, seeds, blades of grass, and even dewdrops. The prize for the best disguise must go to the walking-leaf beetles of India and the Philippines. The eggs of these insects look like seeds. When the young hatch, they are glossy-red copies of the buds sprouting on the bushes they inhabit. The adult beetles' green bodies are shaped and veined to look exactly like the leaves they feed on. Their flat legs resemble small leaves with ragged yellow-stained edges. When it is windy, walking-leaf beetles often hang by two legs and turn their bodies to and fro like breeze-blown leaves. At every stage in life, the walking-leaf beetles can hoodwink their enemies.   Mark the best choice             2. Insects can look like __________.





Many insects disguise themselves to bamboozle their foes. They pretend to be stones, seeds, blades of grass, and even dewdrops. The prize for the best disguise must go to the walking-leaf beetles of India and the Philippines. The eggs of these insects look like seeds. When the young hatch, they are glossy-red copies of the buds sprouting on the bushes they inhabit. The adult beetles' green bodies are shaped and veined to look exactly like the leaves they feed on. Their flat legs resemble small leaves with ragged yellow-stained edges. When it is windy, walking-leaf beetles often hang by two legs and turn their bodies to and fro like breeze-blown leaves. At every stage in life, the walking-leaf beetles can hoodwink their enemies.   Mark the best choice           3.   Walking-leaf beetles are found in __________.





Many insects disguise themselves to bamboozle their foes. They pretend to be stones, seeds, blades of grass, and even dewdrops. The prize for the best disguise must go to the walking-leaf beetles of India and the Philippines. The eggs of these insects look like seeds. When the young hatch, they are glossy-red copies of the buds sprouting on the bushes they inhabit. The adult beetles' green bodies are shaped and veined to look exactly like the leaves they feed on. Their flat legs resemble small leaves with ragged yellow-stained edges. When it is windy, walking-leaf beetles often hang by two legs and turn their bodies to and fro like breeze-blown leaves. At every stage in life, the walking-leaf beetles can hoodwink their enemies.   Mark the best choice                     4.   The correct order of the walking-leaf beetles' disguises is __________.





Many insects disguise themselves to bamboozle their foes. They pretend to be stones, seeds, blades of grass, and even dewdrops. The prize for the best disguise must go to the walking-leaf beetles of India and the Philippines. The eggs of these insects look like seeds. When the young hatch, they are glossy-red copies of the buds sprouting on the bushes they inhabit. The adult beetles' green bodies are shaped and veined to look exactly like the leaves they feed on. Their flat legs resemble small leaves with ragged yellow-stained edges. When it is windy, walking-leaf beetles often hang by two legs and turn their bodies to and fro like breeze-blown leaves. At every stage in life, the walking-leaf beetles can hoodwink their enemies.   Mark the best choice               5.   The young walking-leaf beetle is different from the adult in that it is __________.        







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