YDS SORULARI VE CEVAPLARI

YDS SORULARI VE CEVAPLARI



Passage 27.   Once two boys made up their minds to play a trick on Charles Darwin, the famous scientist. With great care they glued together parts of several insects. They used the wings of a butterfly. They used the head of a bee and the legs of a grasshopper. At last the strange creature was ready. They took it to the great man. "What kind of bug is this?" they, asked him. "Did it hum when you caught it?" Darwin asked them. "Yes," said the boys, feeling sure they had fooled him. "That's just as I thought," Darwin said. "It's a humbug."   Mark the best  choice       1.   Which did the boys do last?    




Passage 27.   Once two boys made up their minds to play a trick on Charles Darwin, the famous scientist. With great care they glued together parts of several insects. They used the wings of a butterfly. They used the head of a bee and the legs of a grasshopper. At last the strange creature was ready. They took it to the great man. "What kind of bug is this?" they, asked him. "Did it hum when you caught it?" Darwin asked them. "Yes," said the boys, feeling sure they had fooled him. "That's just as I thought," Darwin said. "It's a humbug."   Mark the best  choice     2.   To make their strange creature, the boys used __________.




Passage 27.   Once two boys made up their minds to play a trick on Charles Darwin, the famous scientist. With great care they glued together parts of several insects. They used the wings of a butterfly. They used the head of a bee and the legs of a grasshopper. At last the strange creature was ready. They took it to the great man. "What kind of bug is this?" they, asked him. "Did it hum when you caught it?" Darwin asked them. "Yes," said the boys, feeling sure they had fooled him. "That's just as I thought," Darwin said. "It's a humbug."   Mark the best  choice   3.   The creature had __________.




Passage 27.   Once two boys made up their minds to play a trick on Charles Darwin, the famous scientist. With great care they glued together parts of several insects. They used the wings of a butterfly. They used the head of a bee and the legs of a grasshopper. At last the strange creature was ready. They took it to the great man. "What kind of bug is this?" they, asked him. "Did it hum when you caught it?" Darwin asked them. "Yes," said the boys, feeling sure they had fooled him. "That's just as I thought," Darwin said. "It's a humbug."   Mark the best  choice   4.   The boys wanted Darwin to think the insect was one they had __________.  




Passage 27.   Once two boys made up their minds to play a trick on Charles Darwin, the famous scientist. With great care they glued together parts of several insects. They used the wings of a butterfly. They used the head of a bee and the legs of a grasshopper. At last the strange creature was ready. They took it to the great man. "What kind of bug is this?" they, asked him. "Did it hum when you caught it?" Darwin asked them. "Yes," said the boys, feeling sure they had fooled him. "That's just as I thought," Darwin said. "It's a humbug."   Mark the best  choice   5.   Darwin's question made the boys think __________.    






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