YDS SINAVINA ÖRNEK TESTLER

YDS SINAVINA ÖRNEK TESTLER



Passage 26.   Frostbite is the freezing of a part of the body. Often the nose, ears, cheeks, fingers, or toes freeze first. Tired or old people are more likely to be frostbitten. Just before frostbite sets in, the skin may be pink. Then it changes to white or yellow. Often there is no pain, just numbness. A person with frostbite must get indoors quickly. The frozen part of the body should be put in warm water. Or the part can be wrapped in a blanket. Fingers or toes that are frostbitten should be wiggled once they are warm. If blisters form, they should not be rubbed.   Mark the best  choice   1.   Young people might get frostbite if they are __________.      




Passage 26.   Frostbite is the freezing of a part of the body. Often the nose, ears, cheeks, fingers, or toes freeze first. Tired or old people are more likely to be frostbitten. Just before frostbite sets in, the skin may be pink. Then it changes to white or yellow. Often there is no pain, just numbness. A person with frostbite must get indoors quickly. The frozen part of the body should be put in warm water. Or the part can be wrapped in a blanket. Fingers or toes that are frostbitten should be wiggled once they are warm. If blisters form, they should not be rubbed.   Mark the best  choice     2.   A sign of frostbite is a __________.




Passage 26.   Frostbite is the freezing of a part of the body. Often the nose, ears, cheeks, fingers, or toes freeze first. Tired or old people are more likely to be frostbitten. Just before frostbite sets in, the skin may be pink. Then it changes to white or yellow. Often there is no pain, just numbness. A person with frostbite must get indoors quickly. The frozen part of the body should be put in warm water. Or the part can be wrapped in a blanket. Fingers or toes that are frostbitten should be wiggled once they are warm. If blisters form, they should not be rubbed.   Mark the best  choice     3.   People with frostbite often have no feeling of __________.




Passage 26.   Frostbite is the freezing of a part of the body. Often the nose, ears, cheeks, fingers, or toes freeze first. Tired or old people are more likely to be frostbitten. Just before frostbite sets in, the skin may be pink. Then it changes to white or yellow. Often there is no pain, just numbness. A person with frostbite must get indoors quickly. The frozen part of the body should be put in warm water. Or the part can be wrapped in a blanket. Fingers or toes that are frostbitten should be wiggled once they are warm. If blisters form, they should not be rubbed.   Mark the best  choice     4.   The last paragraph tells __________.  




Passage 26.   Frostbite is the freezing of a part of the body. Often the nose, ears, cheeks, fingers, or toes freeze first. Tired or old people are more likely to be frostbitten. Just before frostbite sets in, the skin may be pink. Then it changes to white or yellow. Often there is no pain, just numbness. A person with frostbite must get indoors quickly. The frozen part of the body should be put in warm water. Or the part can be wrapped in a blanket. Fingers or toes that are frostbitten should be wiggled once they are warm. If blisters form, they should not be rubbed.   Mark the best  choice   5. After being  warmed,  frostbitten toes should be __________.  






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