İNGİLİZCE SORU ÖRNEKLERİ

İNGİLİZCE SORU ÖRNEKLERİ



Passage 74.   Sir Alister' Hardy, a British scientist, predicts that we may soon look to the oceans for badly needed living space. Just as other land mammals returned to the sea to escape the rigors and shortages of life on land, so man may return to the oceans as a semiaquatic being Hardy supports his prediction with an astonishing theory: that man at one time did partially .revert to the oceans and that this explains the missing link between man and the apes. During the period when this connecting link might have left its skeleton on land, man was in the shallows of .he seas. He learned to walk upright (as no other "primates do) in the buoyancy of water: he developed the ability to maneuver in water. He was m the verge of becoming a sea mammal. Then — laving learned to walk upright - man returned to and. While Hardy does not suggest that we abandon he land altogether, he believes that much of our population will become underwater artisans, ranching and farming on the continental shelves, moving about easily and quickly with greatly improved aqualung equipment and "underwater cooterlike devices." He is generally supported by Jacques-Yves Cousteau, French pioneer in underwater exploration. Cousteau predicts a whole new race of man, which he calls Homo aquaticus, dwelling on land and in the sea. Created partly by surgery and medical discoveries that will solve the problems of breathing and surviving pressure changes from sea bottom to surface, Homo aquaticus will adapt by evolution to his double-role existence.   Mark the best choice         1.   The reason given for man's return to the ocean is the need for __________.





Sir Alister' Hardy, a British scientist, predicts that we may soon look to the oceans for badly needed living space. Just as other land mammals returned to the sea to escape the rigors and shortages of life on land, so man may return to the oceans as a semiaquatic being Hardy supports his prediction with an astonishing theory: that man at one time did partially .revert to the oceans and that this explains the missing link between man and the apes. During the period when this connecting link might have left its skeleton on land, man was in the shallows of .he seas. He learned to walk upright (as no other "primates do) in the buoyancy of water: he developed the ability to maneuver in water. He was m the verge of becoming a sea mammal. Then — laving learned to walk upright - man returned to and. While Hardy does not suggest that we abandon he land altogether, he believes that much of our population will become underwater artisans, ranching and farming on the continental shelves, moving about easily and quickly with greatly improved aqualung equipment and "underwater cooterlike devices." He is generally supported by Jacques-Yves Cousteau, French pioneer in underwater exploration. Cousteau predicts a whole new race of man, which he calls Homo aquaticus, dwelling on land and in the sea. Created partly by surgery and medical discoveries that will solve the problems of breathing and surviving pressure changes from sea bottom to surface, Homo aquaticus will adapt by evolution to his double-role existence.  Mark the best choice               2.   The theory with which Hardy supports his prediction is that __________.





Sir Alister' Hardy, a British scientist, predicts that we may soon look to the oceans for badly needed living space. Just as other land mammals returned to the sea to escape the rigors and shortages of life on land, so man may return to the oceans as a semiaquatic being Hardy supports his prediction with an astonishing theory: that man at one time did partially .revert to the oceans and that this explains the missing link between man and the apes. During the period when this connecting link might have left its skeleton on land, man was in the shallows of .he seas. He learned to walk upright (as no other "primates do) in the buoyancy of water: he developed the ability to maneuver in water. He was m the verge of becoming a sea mammal. Then — laving learned to walk upright - man returned to and. While Hardy does not suggest that we abandon he land altogether, he believes that much of our population will become underwater artisans, ranching and farming on the continental shelves, moving about easily and quickly with greatly improved aqualung equipment and "underwater cooterlike devices." He is generally supported by Jacques-Yves Cousteau, French pioneer in underwater exploration. Cousteau predicts a whole new race of man, which he calls Homo aquaticus, dwelling on land and in the sea. Created partly by surgery and medical discoveries that will solve the problems of breathing and surviving pressure changes from sea bottom to surface, Homo aquaticus will adapt by evolution to his double-role existence. Mark the best choice                  3.   Hardy uses his theory to explain why __________.  





Sir Alister' Hardy, a British scientist, predicts that we may soon look to the oceans for badly needed living space. Just as other land mammals returned to the sea to escape the rigors and shortages of life on land, so man may return to the oceans as a semiaquatic being Hardy supports his prediction with an astonishing theory: that man at one time did partially .revert to the oceans and that this explains the missing link between man and the apes. During the period when this connecting link might have left its skeleton on land, man was in the shallows of .he seas. He learned to walk upright (as no other "primates do) in the buoyancy of water: he developed the ability to maneuver in water. He was m the verge of becoming a sea mammal. Then — laving learned to walk upright - man returned to and. While Hardy does not suggest that we abandon he land altogether, he believes that much of our population will become underwater artisans, ranching and farming on the continental shelves, moving about easily and quickly with greatly improved aqualung equipment and "underwater cooterlike devices." He is generally supported by Jacques-Yves Cousteau, French pioneer in underwater exploration. Cousteau predicts a whole new race of man, which he calls Homo aquaticus, dwelling on land and in the sea. Created partly by surgery and medical discoveries that will solve the problems of breathing and surviving pressure changes from sea bottom to surface, Homo aquaticus will adapt by evolution to his double-role existence. Mark the best choice               4.   Man's ability to walk upright is explained as resulting from __________.    





Sir Alister' Hardy, a British scientist, predicts that we may soon look to the oceans for badly needed living space. Just as other land mammals returned to the sea to escape the rigors and shortages of life on land, so man may return to the oceans as a semiaquatic being Hardy supports his prediction with an astonishing theory: that man at one time did partially .revert to the oceans and that this explains the missing link between man and the apes. During the period when this connecting link might have left its skeleton on land, man was in the shallows of .he seas. He learned to walk upright (as no other "primates do) in the buoyancy of water: he developed the ability to maneuver in water. He was m the verge of becoming a sea mammal. Then — laving learned to walk upright - man returned to and. While Hardy does not suggest that we abandon he land altogether, he believes that much of our population will become underwater artisans, ranching and farming on the continental shelves, moving about easily and quickly with greatly improved aqualung equipment and "underwater cooterlike devices." He is generally supported by Jacques-Yves Cousteau, French pioneer in underwater exploration. Cousteau predicts a whole new race of man, which he calls Homo aquaticus, dwelling on land and in the sea. Created partly by surgery and medical discoveries that will solve the problems of breathing and surviving pressure changes from sea bottom to surface, Homo aquaticus will adapt by evolution to his double-role existence. Mark the best choice                       5.   Underwater artisans of the future will work mainly __________.    







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