SINAVLARA HAZIRLIK DENEME SORULARI

SINAVLARA HAZIRLIK DENEME SORULARI



Passage 45.   Susan and Sam were enjoying themselves very much in London. They were lucky with the weather. Sunny skies for a week! They couldn't believe it. England is famous for rainy weather. Londoners couldn't believe it, either. Everyone was smiling all the time. At lunchtime, the parks were full of people sitting in the sun. With the good weather, Susan and Sam spent many hours outside. They walked all around London and visited many historical places. They went to Westminster Abbey, the most famous church in London. Many famous people are buried there. Susan and Sam saw the names of kings, queens, poets, and scientists. They went to Buckingham Palace. They didn't see the Queen, but they watched the changing of the Queen's Guards. They also went to the "City," where they saw lots of men wearing the same gray business suits. Many of them even wore old-style hats! Susan and Sam thought they looked very funny—and uncomfortable! They visited some of London's famous museums. In the British Museum they found interesting, old art from Greece and Rome. They were surprised to see all these things in England. In the National Gallery, they saw fine examples of English art. Susan decided her favorite painter was J. M. W. Turner. She liked the soft colors of his pictures of the sea. Sam's favorite museum was the Victoria and Albert Museum. He enjoyed looking at all the old things in this museum. He saw old clothing and jewelry, weapons, musical instruments, and old toys. Susan and Sam also took two boat rides on the Thames River. They liked looking at London from the boat. One afternoon, they went down the river to Greenwich. There they visited the famous Royal Observatory. The old scientific instruments were very interesting. On another day, they took the boat up the river to Kew Gardens. They liked Kew Gardens very much, especially the roses. For lunch, Susan and Sam often ate sandwiches in a park. There were so many parks in London, and they were all so beautiful. For dinner, they sometimes went to an Indian restaurant and sometimes to a pub. After that, they were usually very tired. One evening, they went to a concert, but they both fell asleep in the middle of it.   Mark the best  choice       1.   This passage is about __________.





Passage 45.  Susan and Sam were enjoying themselves very much in London. They were lucky with the weather. Sunny skies for a week! They couldn't believe it. England is famous for rainy weather. Londoners couldn't believe it, either. Everyone was smiling all the time. At lunchtime, the parks were full of people sitting in the sun. With the good weather, Susan and Sam spent many hours outside. They walked all around London and visited many historical places. They went to Westminster Abbey, the most famous church in London. Many famous people are buried there. Susan and Sam saw the names of kings, queens, poets, and scientists. They went to Buckingham Palace. They didn't see the Queen, but they watched the changing of the Queen's Guards. They also went to the "City," where they saw lots of men wearing the same gray business suits. Many of them even wore old-style hats! Susan and Sam thought they looked very funny—and uncomfortable! They visited some of London's famous museums. In the British Museum they found interesting, old art from Greece and Rome. They were surprised to see all these things in England. In the National Gallery, they saw fine examples of English art. Susan decided her favorite painter was J. M. W. Turner. She liked the soft colors of his pictures of the sea. Sam's favorite museum was the Victoria and Albert Museum. He enjoyed looking at all the old things in this museum. He saw old clothing and jewelry, weapons, musical instruments, and old toys. Susan and Sam also took two boat rides on the Thames River. They liked looking at London from the boat. One afternoon, they went down the river to Greenwich. There they visited the famous Royal Observatory. The old scientific instruments were very interesting. On another day, they took the boat up the river to Kew Gardens. They liked Kew Gardens very much, especially the roses. For lunch, Susan and Sam often ate sandwiches in a park. There were so many parks in London, and they were all so beautiful. For dinner, they sometimes went to an Indian restaurant and sometimes to a pub. After that, they were usually very tired. One evening, they went to a concert, but they both fell asleep in the middle of it.   Mark the best  choice     2.   Londoners were smiling all the time because of the __________.    





Passage 45. Susan and Sam were enjoying themselves very much in London. They were lucky with the weather. Sunny skies for a week! They couldn't believe it. England is famous for rainy weather. Londoners couldn't believe it, either. Everyone was smiling all the time. At lunchtime, the parks were full of people sitting in the sun. With the good weather, Susan and Sam spent many hours outside. They walked all around London and visited many historical places. They went to Westminster Abbey, the most famous church in London. Many famous people are buried there. Susan and Sam saw the names of kings, queens, poets, and scientists. They went to Buckingham Palace. They didn't see the Queen, but they watched the changing of the Queen's Guards. They also went to the "City," where they saw lots of men wearing the same gray business suits. Many of them even wore old-style hats! Susan and Sam thought they looked very funny—and uncomfortable! They visited some of London's famous museums. In the British Museum they found interesting, old art from Greece and Rome. They were surprised to see all these things in England. In the National Gallery, they saw fine examples of English art. Susan decided her favorite painter was J. M. W. Turner. She liked the soft colors of his pictures of the sea. Sam's favorite museum was the Victoria and Albert Museum. He enjoyed looking at all the old things in this museum. He saw old clothing and jewelry, weapons, musical instruments, and old toys. Susan and Sam also took two boat rides on the Thames River. They liked looking at London from the boat. One afternoon, they went down the river to Greenwich. There they visited the famous Royal Observatory. The old scientific instruments were very interesting. On another day, they took the boat up the river to Kew Gardens. They liked Kew Gardens very much, especially the roses. For lunch, Susan and Sam often ate sandwiches in a park. There were so many parks in London, and they were all so beautiful. For dinner, they sometimes went to an Indian restaurant and sometimes to a pub. After that, they were usually very tired. One evening, they went to a concert, but they both fell asleep in the middle of it. Mark the best  choice      3.   Susan and Sam enjoyed __________.





Passage 45.  Susan and Sam were enjoying themselves very much in London. They were lucky with the weather. Sunny skies for a week! They couldn't believe it. England is famous for rainy weather. Londoners couldn't believe it, either. Everyone was smiling all the time. At lunchtime, the parks were full of people sitting in the sun. With the good weather, Susan and Sam spent many hours outside. They walked all around London and visited many historical places. They went to Westminster Abbey, the most famous church in London. Many famous people are buried there. Susan and Sam saw the names of kings, queens, poets, and scientists. They went to Buckingham Palace. They didn't see the Queen, but they watched the changing of the Queen's Guards. They also went to the "City," where they saw lots of men wearing the same gray business suits. Many of them even wore old-style hats! Susan and Sam thought they looked very funny—and uncomfortable! They visited some of London's famous museums. In the British Museum they found interesting, old art from Greece and Rome. They were surprised to see all these things in England. In the National Gallery, they saw fine examples of English art. Susan decided her favorite painter was J. M. W. Turner. She liked the soft colors of his pictures of the sea. Sam's favorite museum was the Victoria and Albert Museum. He enjoyed looking at all the old things in this museum. He saw old clothing and jewelry, weapons, musical instruments, and old toys. Susan and Sam also took two boat rides on the Thames River. They liked looking at London from the boat. One afternoon, they went down the river to Greenwich. There they visited the famous Royal Observatory. The old scientific instruments were very interesting. On another day, they took the boat up the river to Kew Gardens. They liked Kew Gardens very much, especially the roses. For lunch, Susan and Sam often ate sandwiches in a park. There were so many parks in London, and they were all so beautiful. For dinner, they sometimes went to an Indian restaurant and sometimes to a pub. After that, they were usually very tired. One evening, they went to a concert, but they both fell asleep in the middle of it. Mark the best  choice        4.   In the "City," they saw __________.





Passage 45.   Susan and Sam were enjoying themselves very much in London. They were lucky with the weather. Sunny skies for a week! They couldn't believe it. England is famous for rainy weather. Londoners couldn't believe it, either. Everyone was smiling all the time. At lunchtime, the parks were full of people sitting in the sun. With the good weather, Susan and Sam spent many hours outside. They walked all around London and visited many historical places. They went to Westminster Abbey, the most famous church in London. Many famous people are buried there. Susan and Sam saw the names of kings, queens, poets, and scientists. They went to Buckingham Palace. They didn't see the Queen, but they watched the changing of the Queen's Guards. They also went to the "City," where they saw lots of men wearing the same gray business suits. Many of them even wore old-style hats! Susan and Sam thought they looked very funny—and uncomfortable! They visited some of London's famous museums. In the British Museum they found interesting, old art from Greece and Rome. They were surprised to see all these things in England. In the National Gallery, they saw fine examples of English art. Susan decided her favorite painter was J. M. W. Turner. She liked the soft colors of his pictures of the sea. Sam's favorite museum was the Victoria and Albert Museum. He enjoyed looking at all the old things in this museum. He saw old clothing and jewelry, weapons, musical instruments, and old toys. Susan and Sam also took two boat rides on the Thames River. They liked looking at London from the boat. One afternoon, they went down the river to Greenwich. There they visited the famous Royal Observatory. The old scientific instruments were very interesting. On another day, they took the boat up the river to Kew Gardens. They liked Kew Gardens very much, especially the roses. For lunch, Susan and Sam often ate sandwiches in a park. There were so many parks in London, and they were all so beautiful. For dinner, they sometimes went to an Indian restaurant and sometimes to a pub. After that, they were usually very tired. One evening, they went to a concert, but they both fell asleep in the middle of it. Mark the best  choice           5.   Susan liked J. M. W. Turner's paintings because __________.







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