SINAVLARA HAZIRLIK CEVAPLI SORULAR

SINAVLARA HAZIRLIK CEVAPLI SORULAR



Passage 3.   The brown rat was once a native of the Middle East. But it has colonized the world. It reached Europe by ship. From Norway it went to Great Britain — hence its other name, Norway rat. It crossed the Atlantic to invade the Americas. Some brown rats live with man all the time, others only some of the time. Still others never live with man at all. In summer many rats move from buildings to hedges, rabbit warrens, and riversides. Large numbers return inside in the autumn. Rats often move with the seasons between field and farm. Small parties of rats can often be seen at such times. Mass movements are less common, but have been observed after fires or floods. Mark the best  choice   1.   The brown rat originally came from __________.  





Passage 3.   The brown rat was once a native of the Middle East. But it has colonized the world. It reached Europe by ship. From Norway it went to Great Britain — hence its other name, Norway rat. It crossed the Atlantic to invade the Americas. Some brown rats live with man all the time, others only some of the time. Still others never live with man at all. In summer many rats move from buildings to hedges, rabbit warrens, and riversides. Large numbers return inside in the autumn. Rats often move with the seasons between field and farm. Small parties of rats can often be seen at such times. Mass movements are less common, but have been observed after fires or floods. Mark the best  choice   2.   Its other name must have been used first in __________.      





Passage 3.   The brown rat was once a native of the Middle East. But it has colonized the world. It reached Europe by ship. From Norway it went to Great Britain — hence its other name, Norway rat. It crossed the Atlantic to invade the Americas. Some brown rats live with man all the time, others only some of the time. Still others never live with man at all. In summer many rats move from buildings to hedges, rabbit warrens, and riversides. Large numbers return inside in the autumn. Rats often move with the seasons between field and farm. Small parties of rats can often be seen at such times. Mass movements are less common, but have been observed after fires or floods. Mark the best  choice   3.   The brown rat colonized the world by __________.





Passage 3.   The brown rat was once a native of the Middle East. But it has colonized the world. It reached Europe by ship. From Norway it went to Great Britain — hence its other name, Norway rat. It crossed the Atlantic to invade the Americas. Some brown rats live with man all the time, others only some of the time. Still others never live with man at all. In summer many rats move from buildings to hedges, rabbit warrens, and riversides. Large numbers return inside in the autumn. Rats often move with the seasons between field and farm. Small parties of rats can often be seen at such times. Mass movements are less common, but have been observed after fires or floods. Mark the best  choice   4.   Facts  in  the article show that rats live with man when they need __________.





Passage 3.   The brown rat was once a native of the Middle East. But it has colonized the world. It reached Europe by ship. From Norway it went to Great Britain — hence its other name, Norway rat. It crossed the Atlantic to invade the Americas. Some brown rats live with man all the time, others only some of the time. Still others never live with man at all. In summer many rats move from buildings to hedges, rabbit warrens, and riversides. Large numbers return inside in the autumn. Rats often move with the seasons between field and farm. Small parties of rats can often be seen at such times. Mass movements are less common, but have been observed after fires or floods. Mark the best  choice   5.   Rats seem to prefer to live outside in __________.





Passage 3.   The brown rat was once a native of the Middle East. But it has colonized the world. It reached Europe by ship. From Norway it went to Great Britain — hence its other name, Norway rat. It crossed the Atlantic to invade the Americas. Some brown rats live with man all the time, others only some of the time. Still others never live with man at all. In summer many rats move from buildings to hedges, rabbit warrens, and riversides. Large numbers return inside in the autumn. Rats often move with the seasons between field and farm. Small parties of rats can often be seen at such times. Mass movements are less common, but have been observed after fires or floods. Mark the best  choice   6. The brown rat makes its home in __________.





Passage 3.   The brown rat was once a native of the Middle East. But it has colonized the world. It reached Europe by ship. From Norway it went to Great Britain — hence its other name, Norway rat. It crossed the Atlantic to invade the Americas. Some brown rats live with man all the time, others only some of the time. Still others never live with man at all. In summer many rats move from buildings to hedges, rabbit warrens, and riversides. Large numbers return inside in the autumn. Rats often move with the seasons between field and farm. Small parties of rats can often be seen at such times. Mass movements are less common, but have been observed after fires or floods. Mark the best  choice     7. Mass movements of rats can be seen __________.







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