TOEFL SORU VE CEVAPLARI

TOEFL SORU VE CEVAPLARI



Passage 53.   Sam was still in the hospital, but every day he was a little stronger. He was comfortable at the hospital. He could walk around, and he liked the doctors and nurses. However, he wanted to go home soon to see his new granddaughter. One day, Dr. Campbell took Susan and Jane to a Scottish festival. In the afternoon, there were sheepdog trials outside. These dogs are used on the sheep farms in Scotland. They are very smart, and they can make the sheep go wherever the farmer tells them. In the evening, there was Scottish music and dancing. It was colorful and fun to watch. The men in the dance wore kilts, the traditional Scottish national costume. Susan and Jane tried dancing, too. It was fun but not easy! On Jane's last evening in Edinburgh, she went out alone with Dr. Campbell. By now, she called him by his first name, Andrew. He told her he wanted to go to New York and work at a hospital there. She told him all about her life as a pilot. He said he hoped he could see her again. Jane was going to fly to London the next month, so they decided to meet in London. Ted called one day with good news for Susan. The Planning Committee in Rosebud had decided not to allow a supermarket to be built near the lake. Instead they were talking about making a park. There was going to be another meeting next month to decide. Susan was very happy about that. She called Gilberto and thanked him again for his wonderful pictures. That same day, Susan also got a call from the laboratory where she worked. They, too, had good news for her. The government was going to give a lot of money to the laboratory. They wanted Susan and the other scientists to do a big new study about lakes. That meant lots of work for Susan in the future. Susan was happy and excited. She loved her work, and she thought it was important. She and Sam talked about their life in Rosebud. The doctors said that he must work less and rest more. Sam decided that he was going to work fewer hours. He had always been very busy when Jane and Ted were children. Now he wanted to be a good grandfather. He wanted to spend time with little Elena. Mark the best choice   1.   This passage is about __________.





Passage 53.   Sam was still in the hospital, but every day he was a little stronger. He was comfortable at the hospital. He could walk around, and he liked the doctors and nurses. However, he wanted to go home soon to see his new granddaughter. One day, Dr. Campbell took Susan and Jane to a Scottish festival. In the afternoon, there were sheepdog trials outside. These dogs are used on the sheep farms in Scotland. They are very smart, and they can make the sheep go wherever the farmer tells them. In the evening, there was Scottish music and dancing. It was colorful and fun to watch. The men in the dance wore kilts, the traditional Scottish national costume. Susan and Jane tried dancing, too. It was fun but not easy! On Jane's last evening in Edinburgh, she went out alone with Dr. Campbell. By now, she called him by his first name, Andrew. He told her he wanted to go to New York and work at a hospital there. She told him all about her life as a pilot. He said he hoped he could see her again. Jane was going to fly to London the next month, so they decided to meet in London. Ted called one day with good news for Susan. The Planning Committee in Rosebud had decided not to allow a supermarket to be built near the lake. Instead they were talking about making a park. There was going to be another meeting next month to decide. Susan was very happy about that. She called Gilberto and thanked him again for his wonderful pictures. That same day, Susan also got a call from the laboratory where she worked. They, too, had good news for her. The government was going to give a lot of money to the laboratory. They wanted Susan and the other scientists to do a big new study about lakes. That meant lots of work for Susan in the future. Susan was happy and excited. She loved her work, and she thought it was important. She and Sam talked about their life in Rosebud. The doctors said that he must work less and rest more. Sam decided that he was going to work fewer hours. He had always been very busy when Jane and Ted were children. Now he wanted to be a good grandfather. He wanted to spend time with little Elena. Mark the best choice      2.   Sam wanted to go home and __________.





Passage 53.   Sam was still in the hospital, but every day he was a little stronger. He was comfortable at the hospital. He could walk around, and he liked the doctors and nurses. However, he wanted to go home soon to see his new granddaughter. One day, Dr. Campbell took Susan and Jane to a Scottish festival. In the afternoon, there were sheepdog trials outside. These dogs are used on the sheep farms in Scotland. They are very smart, and they can make the sheep go wherever the farmer tells them. In the evening, there was Scottish music and dancing. It was colorful and fun to watch. The men in the dance wore kilts, the traditional Scottish national costume. Susan and Jane tried dancing, too. It was fun but not easy! On Jane's last evening in Edinburgh, she went out alone with Dr. Campbell. By now, she called him by his first name, Andrew. He told her he wanted to go to New York and work at a hospital there. She told him all about her life as a pilot. He said he hoped he could see her again. Jane was going to fly to London the next month, so they decided to meet in London. Ted called one day with good news for Susan. The Planning Committee in Rosebud had decided not to allow a supermarket to be built near the lake. Instead they were talking about making a park. There was going to be another meeting next month to decide. Susan was very happy about that. She called Gilberto and thanked him again for his wonderful pictures. That same day, Susan also got a call from the laboratory where she worked. They, too, had good news for her. The government was going to give a lot of money to the laboratory. They wanted Susan and the other scientists to do a big new study about lakes. That meant lots of work for Susan in the future. Susan was happy and excited. She loved her work, and she thought it was important. She and Sam talked about their life in Rosebud. The doctors said that he must work less and rest more. Sam decided that he was going to work fewer hours. He had always been very busy when Jane and Ted were children. Now he wanted to be a good grandfather. He wanted to spend time with little Elena. Mark the best choice         3.   Dr. Campbell took Susan and Jane to __________.  





Passage 53.   Sam was still in the hospital, but every day he was a little stronger. He was comfortable at the hospital. He could walk around, and he liked the doctors and nurses. However, he wanted to go home soon to see his new granddaughter. One day, Dr. Campbell took Susan and Jane to a Scottish festival. In the afternoon, there were sheepdog trials outside. These dogs are used on the sheep farms in Scotland. They are very smart, and they can make the sheep go wherever the farmer tells them. In the evening, there was Scottish music and dancing. It was colorful and fun to watch. The men in the dance wore kilts, the traditional Scottish national costume. Susan and Jane tried dancing, too. It was fun but not easy! On Jane's last evening in Edinburgh, she went out alone with Dr. Campbell. By now, she called him by his first name, Andrew. He told her he wanted to go to New York and work at a hospital there. She told him all about her life as a pilot. He said he hoped he could see her again. Jane was going to fly to London the next month, so they decided to meet in London. Ted called one day with good news for Susan. The Planning Committee in Rosebud had decided not to allow a supermarket to be built near the lake. Instead they were talking about making a park. There was going to be another meeting next month to decide. Susan was very happy about that. She called Gilberto and thanked him again for his wonderful pictures. That same day, Susan also got a call from the laboratory where she worked. They, too, had good news for her. The government was going to give a lot of money to the laboratory. They wanted Susan and the other scientists to do a big new study about lakes. That meant lots of work for Susan in the future. Susan was happy and excited. She loved her work, and she thought it was important. She and Sam talked about their life in Rosebud. The doctors said that he must work less and rest more. Sam decided that he was going to work fewer hours. He had always been very busy when Jane and Ted were children. Now he wanted to be a good grandfather. He wanted to spend time with little Elena. Mark the best choice           4.   At the Scottish festival, Jane and Susan __________.





Passage 53.   Sam was still in the hospital, but every day he was a little stronger. He was comfortable at the hospital. He could walk around, and he liked the doctors and nurses. However, he wanted to go home soon to see his new granddaughter. One day, Dr. Campbell took Susan and Jane to a Scottish festival. In the afternoon, there were sheepdog trials outside. These dogs are used on the sheep farms in Scotland. They are very smart, and they can make the sheep go wherever the farmer tells them. In the evening, there was Scottish music and dancing. It was colorful and fun to watch. The men in the dance wore kilts, the traditional Scottish national costume. Susan and Jane tried dancing, too. It was fun but not easy! On Jane's last evening in Edinburgh, she went out alone with Dr. Campbell. By now, she called him by his first name, Andrew. He told her he wanted to go to New York and work at a hospital there. She told him all about her life as a pilot. He said he hoped he could see her again. Jane was going to fly to London the next month, so they decided to meet in London. Ted called one day with good news for Susan. The Planning Committee in Rosebud had decided not to allow a supermarket to be built near the lake. Instead they were talking about making a park. There was going to be another meeting next month to decide. Susan was very happy about that. She called Gilberto and thanked him again for his wonderful pictures. That same day, Susan also got a call from the laboratory where she worked. They, too, had good news for her. The government was going to give a lot of money to the laboratory. They wanted Susan and the other scientists to do a big new study about lakes. That meant lots of work for Susan in the future. Susan was happy and excited. She loved her work, and she thought it was important. She and Sam talked about their life in Rosebud. The doctors said that he must work less and rest more. Sam decided that he was going to work fewer hours. He had always been very busy when Jane and Ted were children. Now he wanted to be a good grandfather. He wanted to spend time with little Elena. Mark the best choice          5.   Jane and Andrew Campbell are planning to __________.  







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