YDS SORU KELİMELERİ

YDS SORU KELİMELERİ



Passage 39.   In summer, young cottontail rabbits can be found snuggled in fur-lined nests. As the pink color of their skins fades and fur appears, they take on a brown-and-white pattern. Their ears grow crisp and upright, and within a few days they learn to hop about and nibble on green sprouts. But during the first two weeks about a third of them die. In fact, few live longer than a year. Their enemies — hunters, disease, harsh weather, and hostile animals — see to that. Cottontails usually feed during the night. They eat herbs in the summer, and tender buds and the bark of trees and shrubs in the winter. Because of their eating habits, it would be a tragedy if every rabbit survived. As the plants disappeared, the soil would blow away and no new plants could thrive.   Mark the best  choice     1.  In a few days the cottontail starts to look __________.





Passage 39.   In summer, young cottontail rabbits can be found snuggled in fur-lined nests. As the pink color of their skins fades and fur appears, they take on a brown-and-white pattern. Their ears grow crisp and upright, and within a few days they learn to hop about and nibble on green sprouts. But during the first two weeks about a third of them die. In fact, few live longer than a year. Their enemies — hunters, disease, harsh weather, and hostile animals — see to that. Cottontails usually feed during the night. They eat herbs in the summer, and tender buds and the bark of trees and shrubs in the winter. Because of their eating habits, it would be a tragedy if every rabbit survived. As the plants disappeared, the soil would blow away and no new plants could thrive.   Mark the best  choice     2. One of  the  first  lessons  the  cottontail learns is how to __________.





Passage 39.   In summer, young cottontail rabbits can be found snuggled in fur-lined nests. As the pink color of their skins fades and fur appears, they take on a brown-and-white pattern. Their ears grow crisp and upright, and within a few days they learn to hop about and nibble on green sprouts. But during the first two weeks about a third of them die. In fact, few live longer than a year. Their enemies — hunters, disease, harsh weather, and hostile animals — see to that. Cottontails usually feed during the night. They eat herbs in the summer, and tender buds and the bark of trees and shrubs in the winter. Because of their eating habits, it would be a tragedy if every rabbit survived. As the plants disappeared, the soil would blow away and no new plants could thrive.   Mark the best  choice     3. Few  cottontails live  longer than a year because of __________.





Passage 39.   In summer, young cottontail rabbits can be found snuggled in fur-lined nests. As the pink color of their skins fades and fur appears, they take on a brown-and-white pattern. Their ears grow crisp and upright, and within a few days they learn to hop about and nibble on green sprouts. But during the first two weeks about a third of them die. In fact, few live longer than a year. Their enemies — hunters, disease, harsh weather, and hostile animals — see to that. Cottontails usually feed during the night. They eat herbs in the summer, and tender buds and the bark of trees and shrubs in the winter. Because of their eating habits, it would be a tragedy if every rabbit survived. As the plants disappeared, the soil would blow away and no new plants could thrive.   Mark the best  choice   4.   Which happens last?





Passage 39.   In summer, young cottontail rabbits can be found snuggled in fur-lined nests. As the pink color of their skins fades and fur appears, they take on a brown-and-white pattern. Their ears grow crisp and upright, and within a few days they learn to hop about and nibble on green sprouts. But during the first two weeks about a third of them die. In fact, few live longer than a year. Their enemies — hunters, disease, harsh weather, and hostile animals — see to that. Cottontails usually feed during the night. They eat herbs in the summer, and tender buds and the bark of trees and shrubs in the winter. Because of their eating habits, it would be a tragedy if every rabbit survived. As the plants disappeared, the soil would blow away and no new plants could thrive.   Mark the best  choice     5. The cottontail's winter food is usually __________.  







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