ÖRNEK YDS SORULARI

ÖRNEK YDS SORULARI



Passage 22.   Birds use many different materials to build nests. Some birds use bits of grass. The tailor-bird of Africa and India uses grass to sew leaves together. Other birds find twigs and pebbles useful. Building a nest takes time and effort. But some starlings in Australia have had human help. People in Ingham, a town in northern Queensland, cut rope into short lengths. The rope was frayed and dyed in bright colors. Then the pieces were left for the starlings to find. The result pleased the people as well as the birds. In one week the starlings had turned a large tree into a blaze of color.   Mark the best  choice       1.   Two nesting materials not named are __________.




Passage 22.   Birds use many different materials to build nests. Some birds use bits of grass. The tailor-bird of Africa and India uses grass to sew leaves together. Other birds find twigs and pebbles useful. Building a nest takes time and effort. But some starlings in Australia have had human help. People in Ingham, a town in northern Queensland, cut rope into short lengths. The rope was frayed and dyed in bright colors. Then the pieces were left for the starlings to find. The result pleased the people as well as the birds. In one week the starlings had turned a large tree into a blaze of color.   Mark the best  choice   2.   A detail explaining the name of the tailor bird is that it __________.  




Passage 22.   Birds use many different materials to build nests. Some birds use bits of grass. The tailor-bird of Africa and India uses grass to sew leaves together. Other birds find twigs and pebbles useful. Building a nest takes time and effort. But some starlings in Australia have had human help. People in Ingham, a town in northern Queensland, cut rope into short lengths. The rope was frayed and dyed in bright colors. Then the pieces were left for the starlings to find. The result pleased the people as well as the birds. In one week the starlings had turned a large tree into a blaze of color.   Mark the best  choice   3.   Starlings were helped by the townspeople of __________.  




Passage 22.   Birds use many different materials to build nests. Some birds use bits of grass. The tailor-bird of Africa and India uses grass to sew leaves together. Other birds find twigs and pebbles useful. Building a nest takes time and effort. But some starlings in Australia have had human help. People in Ingham, a town in northern Queensland, cut rope into short lengths. The rope was frayed and dyed in bright colors. Then the pieces were left for the starlings to find. The result pleased the people as well as the birds. In one week the starlings had turned a large tree into a blaze of color.   Mark the best  choice     4.   The rope  supplied by the  townspeople was in __________.




Passage 22.   Birds use many different materials to build nests. Some birds use bits of grass. The tailor-bird of Africa and India uses grass to sew leaves together. Other birds find twigs and pebbles useful. Building a nest takes time and effort. But some starlings in Australia have had human help. People in Ingham, a town in northern Queensland, cut rope into short lengths. The rope was frayed and dyed in bright colors. Then the pieces were left for the starlings to find. The result pleased the people as well as the birds. In one week the starlings had turned a large tree into a blaze of color.   Mark the best  choice     5.   The starlings gathered the rope because __________.






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