İNGİLİZCE SORULAR

İNGİLİZCE SORULAR



Passage 11.   Razors were in use in Rome six hundred years before the time of Christ. But they weren't very popular. Then, about 300 B.C., styles changed. Men started shaving every day. Soldiers began to be clean-shaven. A trip to the barber could be painful. The Romans- had no steel. So their razors were made of iron. And their whiskers were softened just with water. Young barbers had to train for a long time before they could open their own shops. Good barbers were those who didn't cut people — too much. They were in great demand. They soon became rich. They must have been sorry to see beards come back into style.   Mark the best  choice     1.   Few Romans shaved at first because shaving was __________.





Passage 11.   Razors were in use in Rome six hundred years before the time of Christ. But they weren't very popular. Then, about 300 B.C., styles changed. Men started shaving every day. Soldiers began to be clean-shaven. A trip to the barber could be painful. The Romans- had no steel. So their razors were made of iron. And their whiskers were softened just with water. Young barbers had to train for a long time before they could open their own shops. Good barbers were those who didn't cut people — too much. They were in great demand. They soon became rich. They must have been sorry to see beards come back into style.   Mark the best  choice     2.   Shaving became popular in Rome about __________.





Passage 11.   Razors were in use in Rome six hundred years before the time of Christ. But they weren't very popular. Then, about 300 B.C., styles changed. Men started shaving every day. Soldiers began to be clean-shaven. A trip to the barber could be painful. The Romans- had no steel. So their razors were made of iron. And their whiskers were softened just with water. Young barbers had to train for a long time before they could open their own shops. Good barbers were those who didn't cut people — too much. They were in great demand. They soon became rich. They must have been sorry to see beards come back into style.   Mark the best  choice   3.   Shaving was painful because __________.





Passage 11.   Razors were in use in Rome six hundred years before the time of Christ. But they weren't very popular. Then, about 300 B.C., styles changed. Men started shaving every day. Soldiers began to be clean-shaven. A trip to the barber could be painful. The Romans- had no steel. So their razors were made of iron. And their whiskers were softened just with water. Young barbers had to train for a long time before they could open their own shops. Good barbers were those who didn't cut people — too much. They were in great demand. They soon became rich. They must have been sorry to see beards come back into style.   Mark the best  choice   4.   The writer  suggests that  today's  razorblades are made of __________.  





Passage 11.   Razors were in use in Rome six hundred years before the time of Christ. But they weren't very popular. Then, about 300 B.C., styles changed. Men started shaving every day. Soldiers began to be clean-shaven. A trip to the barber could be painful. The Romans- had no steel. So their razors were made of iron. And their whiskers were softened just with water. Young barbers had to train for a long time before they could open their own shops. Good barbers were those who didn't cut people — too much. They were in great demand. They soon became rich. They must have been sorry to see beards come back into style.   Mark the best  choice   5.   The writer suggests that even good Roman barbers often __________.  







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