ONLİNE YDS DENEMELERİ

ONLİNE YDS DENEMELERİ



Passage 33.   Dr. Albert Einstein's neighbor was worried. Every day her small daughter went to call on the great scientist. At last the mother went to Einstein. She told him she was sorry if the girl was keeping him from his work. "Oh, not at all," Einstein told her. "I like her to come to see me. We get along quite well." "But what could you and an eight-year-old girl have in common?" asked the mother. "A great deal." said the scientist. "I love the jelly beans she brings me. And she loves the way I do her arithmetic lessons."   Mark the best  choice       1.   Which happened last?




Passage 33.   Dr. Albert Einstein's neighbor was worried. Every day her small daughter went to call on the great scientist. At last the mother went to Einstein. She told him she was sorry if the girl was keeping him from his work. "Oh, not at all," Einstein told her. "I like her to come to see me. We get along quite well." "But what could you and an eight-year-old girl have in common?" asked the mother. "A great deal." said the scientist. "I love the jelly beans she brings me. And she loves the way I do her arithmetic lessons."   Mark the best  choice     2.   The mother was afraid her daughter was __________.  




Passage 33.   Dr. Albert Einstein's neighbor was worried. Every day her small daughter went to call on the great scientist. At last the mother went to Einstein. She told him she was sorry if the girl was keeping him from his work. "Oh, not at all," Einstein told her. "I like her to come to see me. We get along quite well." "But what could you and an eight-year-old girl have in common?" asked the mother. "A great deal." said the scientist. "I love the jelly beans she brings me. And she loves the way I do her arithmetic lessons."   Mark the best  choice   3.   The girl's age was __________.  




Passage 33.   Dr. Albert Einstein's neighbor was worried. Every day her small daughter went to call on the great scientist. At last the mother went to Einstein. She told him she was sorry if the girl was keeping him from his work. "Oh, not at all," Einstein told her. "I like her to come to see me. We get along quite well." "But what could you and an eight-year-old girl have in common?" asked the mother. "A great deal." said the scientist. "I love the jelly beans she brings me. And she loves the way I do her arithmetic lessons."   Mark the best  choice   4.   Until she was told, the mother didn't know the girl had been __________.  




Passage 33.   Dr. Albert Einstein's neighbor was worried. Every day her small daughter went to call on the great scientist. At last the mother went to Einstein. She told him she was sorry if the girl was keeping him from his work. "Oh, not at all," Einstein told her. "I like her to come to see me. We get along quite well." "But what could you and an eight-year-old girl have in common?" asked the mother. "A great deal." said the scientist. "I love the jelly beans she brings me. And she loves the way I do her arithmetic lessons."   Mark the best  choice   5.   The writer doesn't tell __________.






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