İNGİLİZCE SORU TİPLERİ

İNGİLİZCE SORU TİPLERİ



(4) Healthy children, no matter where on the globe they live or the particular kind of language they speak, learn a native tongue. And they go through the same steps in acquiring their language at approximately the same speed, independently of whether they are deprived children or children brought up by doting parents who drill them in language skills. By about the age of three months, children use intonations similar to those changes in pitch heard in adult exclamations and questions. By about one year, they begin to speak recognizable words, and by the age of four or so they have mastered most of the exceedingly complex and abstract; structures of their native tongues. In only a few more years' children possess the entire linguistic system that allows them to utter and to understand sentences they have not previously heard. This remarkable accomplishment, most of it concentrated in only several years of development, is the birthright of every normal child. In contrast to this orderly development, which comes as a matter of course, many children have difficulty with reading, arithmetic, and swimming, even though they might receive considerable instruction. (14) The child acquires his language merely by hearing it spoken in his native speech community. Yet his language is so complex that pages of diagrams, formulas, and explanatory notes are necessary to analyze even a brief statement made in it. For the rest of his life the child will speak sentences he has never before heard, and when he thinks or reads, he will still literally talk to himself. He can never escape from speech.   Mark the best choice         1. Children whose parents are not careful __________.





(4) Healthy children, no matter where on the globe they live or the particular kind of language they speak, learn a native tongue. And they go through the same steps in acquiring their language at approximately the same speed, independently of whether they are deprived children or children brought up by doting parents who drill them in language skills. By about the age of three months, children use intonations similar to those changes in pitch heard in adult exclamations and questions. By about one year, they begin to speak recognizable words, and by the age of four or so they have mastered most of the exceedingly complex and abstract; structures of their native tongues. In only a few more years' children possess the entire linguistic system that allows them to utter and to understand sentences they have not previously heard. This remarkable accomplishment, most of it concentrated in only several years of development, is the birthright of every normal child. In contrast to this orderly development, which comes as a matter of course, many children have difficulty with reading, arithmetic, and swimming, even though they might receive considerable instruction. (14) The child acquires his language merely by hearing it spoken in his native speech community. Yet his language is so complex that pages of diagrams, formulas, and explanatory notes are necessary to analyze even a brief statement made in it. For the rest of his life the child will speak sentences he has never before heard, and when he thinks or reads, he will still literally talk to himself. He can never escape from speech.   Mark the best choice            2. Where children live and what their mother tongue is __________.





(4) Healthy children, no matter where on the globe they live or the particular kind of language they speak, learn a native tongue. And they go through the same steps in acquiring their language at approximately the same speed, independently of whether they are deprived children or children brought up by doting parents who drill them in language skills. By about the age of three months, children use intonations similar to those changes in pitch heard in adult exclamations and questions. By about one year, they begin to speak recognizable words, and by the age of four or so they have mastered most of the exceedingly complex and abstract; structures of their native tongues. In only a few more years' children possess the entire linguistic system that allows them to utter and to understand sentences they have not previously heard. This remarkable accomplishment, most of it concentrated in only several years of development, is the birthright of every normal child. In contrast to this orderly development, which comes as a matter of course, many children have difficulty with reading, arithmetic, and swimming, even though they might receive considerable instruction. (14) The child acquires his language merely by hearing it spoken in his native speech community. Yet his language is so complex that pages of diagrams, formulas, and explanatory notes are necessary to analyze even a brief statement made in it. For the rest of his life the child will speak sentences he has never before heard, and when he thinks or reads, he will still literally talk to himself. He can never escape from speech.   Mark the best choice           3. What does doting (Line 4) mean?  





(4) Healthy children, no matter where on the globe they live or the particular kind of language they speak, learn a native tongue. And they go through the same steps in acquiring their language at approximately the same speed, independently of whether they are deprived children or children brought up by doting parents who drill them in language skills. By about the age of three months, children use intonations similar to those changes in pitch heard in adult exclamations and questions. By about one year, they begin to speak recognizable words, and by the age of four or so they have mastered most of the exceedingly complex and abstract; structures of their native tongues. In only a few more years' children possess the entire linguistic system that allows them to utter and to understand sentences they have not previously heard. This remarkable accomplishment, most of it concentrated in only several years of development, is the birthright of every normal child. In contrast to this orderly development, which comes as a matter of course, many children have difficulty with reading, arithmetic, and swimming, even though they might receive considerable instruction. (14) The child acquires his language merely by hearing it spoken in his native speech community. Yet his language is so complex that pages of diagrams, formulas, and explanatory notes are necessary to analyze even a brief statement made in it. For the rest of his life the child will speak sentences he has never before heard, and when he thinks or reads, he will still literally talk to himself. He can never escape from speech.   Mark the best choice              4. A three-month child __________.    





(4) Healthy children, no matter where on the globe they live or the particular kind of language they speak, learn a native tongue. And they go through the same steps in acquiring their language at approximately the same speed, independently of whether they are deprived children or children brought up by doting parents who drill them in language skills. By about the age of three months, children use intonations similar to those changes in pitch heard in adult exclamations and questions. By about one year, they begin to speak recognizable words, and by the age of four or so they have mastered most of the exceedingly complex and abstract; structures of their native tongues. In only a few more years' children possess the entire linguistic system that allows them to utter and to understand sentences they have not previously heard. This remarkable accomplishment, most of it concentrated in only several years of development, is the birthright of every normal child. In contrast to this orderly development, which comes as a matter of course, many children have difficulty with reading, arithmetic, and swimming, even though they might receive considerable instruction. (14) The child acquires his language merely by hearing it spoken in his native speech community. Yet his language is so complex that pages of diagrams, formulas, and explanatory notes are necessary to analyze even a brief statement made in it. For the rest of his life the child will speak sentences he has never before heard, and when he thinks or reads, he will still literally talk to himself. He can never escape from speech.   Mark the best choice          5. At the age of 4, a child __________.







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