SINAVLARA HAZIRLIK ONLİNE İNGİLİZCE SORULAR

SINAVLARA HAZIRLIK ONLİNE İNGİLİZCE SORULAR



Passage 10.   For almost forty years the Empire State Building in New York City was the world's tallest skyscraper. The building reaches a height of 1250 feet. It has 102 floors. The use of steel frames made its height possible. Steel walls can rise high without needing to be thick. Steel-frame construction is strong. All plates are fastened together by metal bolts called rivets. When set in place, rivets are usually red-hot. One end is already rounded. A riveter uses a special hammer to shape the other end. Then the rivet cools. It holds the plates firmly. High winds can move this strong building. A wind at a hundred miles an hour has swayed it almost one and a half inches.   Mark the best  choice   1. The author says that the Empire State Building __________.  





Passage 10.   For almost forty years the Empire State Building in New York City was the world's tallest skyscraper. The building reaches a height of 1250 feet. It has 102 floors. The use of steel frames made its height possible. Steel walls can rise high without needing to be thick. Steel-frame construction is strong. All plates are fastened together by metal bolts called rivets. When set in place, rivets are usually red-hot. One end is already rounded. A riveter uses a special hammer to shape the other end. Then the rivet cools. It holds the plates firmly. High winds can move this strong building. A wind at a hundred miles an hour has swayed it almost one and a half inches.   Mark the best  choice   2.   The account states that the building __________.





Passage 10.   For almost forty years the Empire State Building in New York City was the world's tallest skyscraper. The building reaches a height of 1250 feet. It has 102 floors. The use of steel frames made its height possible. Steel walls can rise high without needing to be thick. Steel-frame construction is strong. All plates are fastened together by metal bolts called rivets. When set in place, rivets are usually red-hot. One end is already rounded. A riveter uses a special hammer to shape the other end. Then the rivet cools. It holds the plates firmly. High winds can move this strong building. A wind at a hundred miles an hour has swayed it almost one and a half inches.   Mark the best  choice   3.   In steel-frame building, the bottom wall __________.





Passage 10.   For almost forty years the Empire State Building in New York City was the world's tallest skyscraper. The building reaches a height of 1250 feet. It has 102 floors. The use of steel frames made its height possible. Steel walls can rise high without needing to be thick. Steel-frame construction is strong. All plates are fastened together by metal bolts called rivets. When set in place, rivets are usually red-hot. One end is already rounded. A riveter uses a special hammer to shape the other end. Then the rivet cools. It holds the plates firmly. High winds can move this strong building. A wind at a hundred miles an hour has swayed it almost one and a half inches.   Mark the best  choice   4.   Rivets are described as being __________.





Passage 10.   For almost forty years the Empire State Building in New York City was the world's tallest skyscraper. The building reaches a height of 1250 feet. It has 102 floors. The use of steel frames made its height possible. Steel walls can rise high without needing to be thick. Steel-frame construction is strong. All plates are fastened together by metal bolts called rivets. When set in place, rivets are usually red-hot. One end is already rounded. A riveter uses a special hammer to shape the other end. Then the rivet cools. It holds the plates firmly. High winds can move this strong building. A wind at a hundred miles an hour has swayed it almost one and a half inches.   Mark the best  choice   5.   The riveter's task is to __________.







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