YDS SINAVINA HAZIRLIK SORULAR

YDS SINAVINA HAZIRLIK SORULAR



Passage 32.   Coral polyps are tiny animals. They live in warm salt water. Millions of them build islands. They also build ridges called reefs. The polyps deposit limestone. It remains when the polyps die. Younger polyps fasten themselves to it. Some men say that reefs in the Pacific are now in danger. The enemy is another sea animal, the crown-of-thorns starfish. These starfish, which feed on polyps, have grown in number. Divers have gone down to kill them. Other men think the harm done by the starfish will not last. But they do see another danger. Man is once more meddling with nature.   Mark the best  choice         1.   Coral islands and reefs are built in __________.  




Passage 32.   Coral polyps are tiny animals. They live in warm salt water. Millions of them build islands. They also build ridges called reefs. The polyps deposit limestone. It remains when the polyps die. Younger polyps fasten themselves to it. Some men say that reefs in the Pacific are now in danger. The enemy is another sea animal, the crown-of-thorns starfish. These starfish, which feed on polyps, have grown in number. Divers have gone down to kill them. Other men think the harm done by the starfish will not last. But they do see another danger. Man is once more meddling with nature.   Mark the best  choice       2.   Coral polyps deposit __________.  




Passage 32.   Coral polyps are tiny animals. They live in warm salt water. Millions of them build islands. They also build ridges called reefs. The polyps deposit limestone. It remains when the polyps die. Younger polyps fasten themselves to it. Some men say that reefs in the Pacific are now in danger. The enemy is another sea animal, the crown-of-thorns starfish. These starfish, which feed on polyps, have grown in number. Divers have gone down to kill them. Other men think the harm done by the starfish will not last. But they do see another danger. Man is once more meddling with nature.   Mark the best  choice     3.   The reefs now in danger are in the __________.




Passage 32.   Coral polyps are tiny animals. They live in warm salt water. Millions of them build islands. They also build ridges called reefs. The polyps deposit limestone. It remains when the polyps die. Younger polyps fasten themselves to it. Some men say that reefs in the Pacific are now in danger. The enemy is another sea animal, the crown-of-thorns starfish. These starfish, which feed on polyps, have grown in number. Divers have gone down to kill them. Other men think the harm done by the starfish will not last. But they do see another danger. Man is once more meddling with nature.   Mark the best  choice       4.   The animals feeding on coral polyps are __________.  




Passage 32.   Coral polyps are tiny animals. They live in warm salt water. Millions of them build islands. They also build ridges called reefs. The polyps deposit limestone. It remains when the polyps die. Younger polyps fasten themselves to it. Some men say that reefs in the Pacific are now in danger. The enemy is another sea animal, the crown-of-thorns starfish. These starfish, which feed on polyps, have grown in number. Divers have gone down to kill them. Other men think the harm done by the starfish will not last. But they do see another danger. Man is once more meddling with nature.   Mark the best  choice       5.   The author does not say that __________.      






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