ÖRNEK IELTS SORULARI

ÖRNEK IELTS SORULARI



(1)The various traditions of education have always placed an importance on the learning of other languages, though the motives were often varied. Knowing a second or third language was supposed to round out an individual's personal education, just as knowledge of science or the arts did. Regardless of any theoretical value, however, there are many practical reasons students of any nation should learn foreign languages. The knowledge of even one more language has distinct effects on an individual. (2)One effect of knowing a second language is that a person can experience first hand the great literature of another people. No longer is someone with knowledge of language X forced to read translations in his or her native language. Instead, one can experience directly the power and the subtleties of the original, which are often lost in translations. (3)The ability to read in another language reinforces a second effect: the gaining of knowledge about another culture. Through reading and speaking a second language, one can gain insight into the fabric that enfolds the life of another culture. (4) Translations are screens that hide the complexity of the lives of other cultures. When one learns a second language, one sees that there are other ways of eating, working, or relating to those around one. Learning that " I missed the bus" would be "Se me paso el autobus" (the bus passed me by) in Spanish clearly demonstrates that there are alternative ways to see how men relate to the environment. (5) Perhaps the most powerful effect of learning another language is communication. With a second-or third or fourth-language, one can make contact with a fellow human being. All too often we see ourselves divided from our brothers and sisters by notions of personality, race, or religion. Language is one more barrier that separates humans. If we overcome that barrier by learning other languages, we can experience our common humanity; no longer are we isolated from each other. With communication, we see that the joys and fears of all people are the same. Everyone is human, with all the attendant strengths and weaknesses. No greater good could happen than that the people of the world understand each other. Mark the best choice           1. What does round out (Line 1) most probably mean?





(1)The various traditions of education have always placed an importance on the learning of other languages, though the motives were often varied. Knowing a second or third language was supposed to round out an individual's personal education, just as knowledge of science or the arts did. Regardless of any theoretical value, however, there are many practical reasons students of any nation should learn foreign languages. The knowledge of even one more language has distinct effects on an individual. (2)One effect of knowing a second language is that a person can experience first hand the great literature of another people. No longer is someone with knowledge of language X forced to read translations in his or her native language. Instead, one can experience directly the power and the subtleties of the original, which are often lost in translations. (3)The ability to read in another language reinforces a second effect: the gaining of knowledge about another culture. Through reading and speaking a second language, one can gain insight into the fabric that enfolds the life of another culture. (4) Translations are screens that hide the complexity of the lives of other cultures. When one learns a second language, one sees that there are other ways of eating, working, or relating to those around one. Learning that " I missed the bus" would be "Se me paso el autobus" (the bus passed me by) in Spanish clearly demonstrates that there are alternative ways to see how men relate to the environment. (5) Perhaps the most powerful effect of learning another language is communication. With a second-or third or fourth-language, one can make contact with a fellow human being. All too often we see ourselves divided from our brothers and sisters by notions of personality, race, or religion. Language is one more barrier that separates humans. If we overcome that barrier by learning other languages, we can experience our common humanity; no longer are we isolated from each other. With communication, we see that the joys and fears of all people are the same. Everyone is human, with all the attendant strengths and weaknesses. No greater good could happen than that the people of the world understand each other. Mark the best choice   2. It is understood from the first paragraph that __________.  





(1)The various traditions of education have always placed an importance on the learning of other languages, though the motives were often varied. Knowing a second or third language was supposed to round out an individual's personal education, just as knowledge of science or the arts did. Regardless of any theoretical value, however, there are many practical reasons students of any nation should learn foreign languages. The knowledge of even one more language has distinct effects on an individual. (2)One effect of knowing a second language is that a person can experience first hand the great literature of another people. No longer is someone with knowledge of language X forced to read translations in his or her native language. Instead, one can experience directly the power and the subtleties of the original, which are often lost in translations. (3)The ability to read in another language reinforces a second effect: the gaining of knowledge about another culture. Through reading and speaking a second language, one can gain insight into the fabric that enfolds the life of another culture. (4) Translations are screens that hide the complexity of the lives of other cultures. When one learns a second language, one sees that there are other ways of eating, working, or relating to those around one. Learning that " I missed the bus" would be "Se me paso el autobus" (the bus passed me by) in Spanish clearly demonstrates that there are alternative ways to see how men relate to the environment. (5) Perhaps the most powerful effect of learning another language is communication. With a second-or third or fourth-language, one can make contact with a fellow human being. All too often we see ourselves divided from our brothers and sisters by notions of personality, race, or religion. Language is one more barrier that separates humans. If we overcome that barrier by learning other languages, we can experience our common humanity; no longer are we isolated from each other. With communication, we see that the joys and fears of all people are the same. Everyone is human, with all the attendant strengths and weaknesses. No greater good could happen than that the people of the world understand each other. Mark the best choice         3. According to the second paragraph, why is it advisable to read a foreign book in its original?





(1)The various traditions of education have always placed an importance on the learning of other languages, though the motives were often varied. Knowing a second or third language was supposed to round out an individual's personal education, just as knowledge of science or the arts did. Regardless of any theoretical value, however, there are many practical reasons students of any nation should learn foreign languages. The knowledge of even one more language has distinct effects on an individual. (2)One effect of knowing a second language is that a person can experience first hand the great literature of another people. No longer is someone with knowledge of language X forced to read translations in his or her native language. Instead, one can experience directly the power and the subtleties of the original, which are often lost in translations. (3)The ability to read in another language reinforces a second effect: the gaining of knowledge about another culture. Through reading and speaking a second language, one can gain insight into the fabric that enfolds the life of another culture. (4) Translations are screens that hide the complexity of the lives of other cultures. When one learns a second language, one sees that there are other ways of eating, working, or relating to those around one. Learning that " I missed the bus" would be "Se me paso el autobus" (the bus passed me by) in Spanish clearly demonstrates that there are alternative ways to see how men relate to the environment. (5) Perhaps the most powerful effect of learning another language is communication. With a second-or third or fourth-language, one can make contact with a fellow human being. All too often we see ourselves divided from our brothers and sisters by notions of personality, race, or religion. Language is one more barrier that separates humans. If we overcome that barrier by learning other languages, we can experience our common humanity; no longer are we isolated from each other. With communication, we see that the joys and fears of all people are the same. Everyone is human, with all the attendant strengths and weaknesses. No greater good could happen than that the people of the world understand each other. Mark the best choice         4. It is understood from the fourth paragraph that __________.





(1)The various traditions of education have always placed an importance on the learning of other languages, though the motives were often varied. Knowing a second or third language was supposed to round out an individual's personal education, just as knowledge of science or the arts did. Regardless of any theoretical value, however, there are many practical reasons students of any nation should learn foreign languages. The knowledge of even one more language has distinct effects on an individual. (2)One effect of knowing a second language is that a person can experience first hand the great literature of another people. No longer is someone with knowledge of language X forced to read translations in his or her native language. Instead, one can experience directly the power and the subtleties of the original, which are often lost in translations. (3)The ability to read in another language reinforces a second effect: the gaining of knowledge about another culture. Through reading and speaking a second language, one can gain insight into the fabric that enfolds the life of another culture. (4) Translations are screens that hide the complexity of the lives of other cultures. When one learns a second language, one sees that there are other ways of eating, working, or relating to those around one. Learning that " I missed the bus" would be "Se me paso el autobus" (the bus passed me by) in Spanish clearly demonstrates that there are alternative ways to see how men relate to the environment. (5) Perhaps the most powerful effect of learning another language is communication. With a second-or third or fourth-language, one can make contact with a fellow human being. All too often we see ourselves divided from our brothers and sisters by notions of personality, race, or religion. Language is one more barrier that separates humans. If we overcome that barrier by learning other languages, we can experience our common humanity; no longer are we isolated from each other. With communication, we see that the joys and fears of all people are the same. Everyone is human, with all the attendant strengths and weaknesses. No greater good could happen than that the people of the world understand each other. Mark the best choice       5. What is not mentioned in the passage as a barrier that separates humans?







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