ÖRNEK YDS SORULARI

ÖRNEK YDS SORULARI



Passage 38.   The young Chinese girl mixed her bread dough and left it in the sun to rise. Then off she went for a walk with her boy friend, an Italian sailor. When they returned they saw that the dough had risen too much. It hung over the edge of the dish in strings, hardened by the sun. Fearing his loved one would be punished, the sailor gathered up the signs of her neglect. Back at his ship he gave the pieces of dough to the cook, who added them to the soup. Everyone thought the result was delicious — even the captain, Marco Polo. And when Polo and his men left China in A .D . 1292 to return to Italy, they took with them news of the wonderful new food — macaroni. At least that's how the story goes! Mark the best  choice     1. The dough would  probably  have made good bread if the girl had __________.  





Passage 38.   The young Chinese girl mixed her bread dough and left it in the sun to rise. Then off she went for a walk with her boy friend, an Italian sailor. When they returned they saw that the dough had risen too much. It hung over the edge of the dish in strings, hardened by the sun. Fearing his loved one would be punished, the sailor gathered up the signs of her neglect. Back at his ship he gave the pieces of dough to the cook, who added them to the soup. Everyone thought the result was delicious — even the captain, Marco Polo. And when Polo and his men left China in A .D . 1292 to return to Italy, they took with them news of the wonderful new food — macaroni. At least that's how the story goes! Mark the best  choice     2. The pieces of dough looked like  __________.





Passage 38.   The young Chinese girl mixed her bread dough and left it in the sun to rise. Then off she went for a walk with her boy friend, an Italian sailor. When they returned they saw that the dough had risen too much. It hung over the edge of the dish in strings, hardened by the sun. Fearing his loved one would be punished, the sailor gathered up the signs of her neglect. Back at his ship he gave the pieces of dough to the cook, who added them to the soup. Everyone thought the result was delicious — even the captain, Marco Polo. And when Polo and his men left China in A .D . 1292 to return to Italy, they took with them news of the wonderful new food — macaroni. At least that's how the story goes! Mark the best  choice     3. The sailor gathered up the dough in an effort to __________.





              Passage 38.   The young Chinese girl mixed her bread dough and left it in the sun to rise. Then off she went for a walk with her boy friend, an Italian sailor. When they returned they saw that the dough had risen too much. It hung over the edge of the dish in strings, hardened by the sun. Fearing his loved one would be punished, the sailor gathered up the signs of her neglect. Back at his ship he gave the pieces of dough to the cook, who added them to the soup. Everyone thought the result was delicious — even the captain, Marco Polo. And when Polo and his men left China in A .D . 1292 to return to Italy, they took with them news of the wonderful new food — macaroni. At least that's how the story goes! Mark the best  choice   4. The first to eat the new food were __________.  





Passage 38.   The young Chinese girl mixed her bread dough and left it in the sun to rise. Then off she went for a walk with her boy friend, an Italian sailor. When they returned they saw that the dough had risen too much. It hung over the edge of the dish in strings, hardened by the sun. Fearing his loved one would be punished, the sailor gathered up the signs of her neglect. Back at his ship he gave the pieces of dough to the cook, who added them to the soup. Everyone thought the result was delicious — even the captain, Marco Polo. And when Polo and his men left China in A .D . 1292 to return to Italy, they took with them news of the wonderful new food — macaroni. At least that's how the story goes! Mark the best  choice   5. News of the wonderful new food reached Italy about __________.







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