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Sınavın süresi 60 dakikadır.
Choose the correct alternative.
Doğru seçeneği seçin.
“_______ on the shelf.”
“I come from Spain.”
“She’s a teacher of German.”
“No, thank you. I _______ take sugar in my coffee.”
“At least once a year.”
“In a small town in England.”
“No, they _______.”
“In the evening.”
“I don’t know it isn’t _______.
“But, I _______! I wrote an answer last week.”
“There are _______ left but I have nearly finished.”
“Very friendly and kind.”
“Sorry, I haven’t got _______ either.”
75-YEAR-OLD MAN WHO SHOT BURGLAR MUST PAY HIM ₤2000
A 75-year-old man who shot a burglar who attempted to break into the shed in his vegetable garden yesterday was ordered to pay him ₤2000 for the damage. Ted Newbery had been sleeping in the shed because vandals had been destroying his garden. He started to keep a dog and put big lights in his garden, but this didn’t stop them, so he decided (1) _______ in the shed so he could watch what was happening. One night, he fired (2)_______ a hole in the door when he heard voices outside. Mark Revill, 28, was hit in the chest and arm by 50 shotgun bullets as he and another man were entering the shed. They were there to steal, (3) _______ that the pensioner had a television set and a washing machine in the shed.
Mr. Newbery had slept there every night (4) _______ four years because of vandalism, the court was told by the defense. That night, he heard a loud banging on the door, and a voice (5) _______ “If the old man’s in there, we’ll kill him.” He was absolutely terrified and fired the gun in self-defense.
(6) _______ the incident, Mr. Revill lost two fingers, and has partially lost the use of one arm.
The judge decided that Mr. Newbery had not acted in panic, but had planned his response in advance, and it had been irresponsible to shoot the shotgun without seeing (7) _______ he was shooting at. The judge awarded Revill ₤2000 for his injuries and loss of earnings. The judgment (8) _______ an immediate public anger. Tim Molloney, the Mayor of Erewash, started to collect money to pay Mr. Newbery’s bill, and started the fund with (9) _______ contribution of ₤100. Money (10) _ ______ in from all over the country ever since. A London restaurateur was one of the people to call The Times (11) _______ his anger over the incident. He said he would even sell his Rolex watch to get some money to help him. “I am really furious. We (12)_______ strangers in our homes! The old saying that “an Englishman’s home is his castle’ does not seem to be true anymore.” he said.
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Text II. Choose the best alternative for each question.
When the American legal system put Kenneth Waters in prison for life in 1983, (13) _______ expected to hear about him again, but they (14) _______ his sister, Betty-Anne. When her brother was sent to jail, she was 28 with only half a secondary education, (15) _______out of school. She was divorced, and she was bringing up two children on a waitress’s wages. But the complete ineffectiveness of the government lawyers who (16) ______ to be defending her brother made her very angry. She went back to school, did a degree, a Master’s degree then went to law school, (17) _______she graduated from in 1998. Then she started to prove her brother’s innocence. Last week, she achieved something unbelievable.
(18) ______ new evidence found by Betty-Anne, Kenny was released.
Since that moment, Kenny and Betty Anne (19) ______ to TV talk shows. However, both Kenny and Betty-Anne have tried to emphasize that this is not just another wonderful family story, this is about the health of the justice system in the USA. Kenny is not in jail thanks to his strong and determined sister. In some states, it is the law that records of old cases are destroyed after 10 years. If this had happened, he would have died in prison. And if Massachusetts, the state where he lives, (20i) ______ the death penalty, like most states do, he (20ii) ______ to the electric chair years ago. In the past few years, 85 prisoners like Kenny Waters have been released because DNA analysis of evidence proved their innocence.
Betty-Anne says she was very shocked by what happened to her older brother. Katharina Brow had been stabbed 30 times at her house. It looked (21) _______a burglary which had gone wrong. Kenny Waters (22) ______ as a chef at a nearby restaurant that night, but his time-card, which showed at what time he arrived and left work, was not part of the evidence in the case. The defense lawyers didn’t do their jobs properly and didn’t listen to Kenny’s relatives.
When she was at law school, Betty-Anne did some research into the increasing use of DNA evidence in criminal cases. She realized that the evidence which put Kenny in prison could help to get him out of prison. Fortunately, she (23) _______ find the evidence and persuade the authorities to send it for DNA analysis. They found that the blood was (24i) _______Kenny’s (24ii) _______ Katharina’s.
Kenny was released that day but their work isn’t over yet. They want to find Katharina Brow’s killer. “We won’t give up (25) _______we have found the truth,” said Betty-Anne.
been sent been sent be sent
_______ of major projects such as a national computer network.
good _______ .
introducing new tax laws _______ a successful international economic strategy.
had to live without much food during the winter months.
is always a chance that you will lose money.
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Choose the best alternative for each question. (10 x 1 = 10 points)
Alcohol is a very interesting substance. On the one hand, it has (41) _____ positive uses as a medicine, a disinfectant, an industrial chemical, a fuel and much more. On the other hand, (42)____ alcohol use has disastrous consequences, both for individuals and society as a whole. It is probably impossible to (43) ____ the true extent of the misery that alcohol abuse has caused the human race. Even societies that (44) _____ alcohol by criminalizing its production and/or consumption suffer alcohol-related problems. Why is alcohol so powerful? One of the reasons is probably the difference between its first effect and its long-term effect on the human metabolism. (45) _____, alcohol has a stimulating effect, giving the drinker a feeling of well-being. In order to (46) _____ this pleasant condition, more alcohol is drunk, but alcohol, despite its first effects, essentially acts as a depressant. Feelings of fear or embarrassment tend to disappear and people find themselves doing things they would never do except under the (47)_____ of alcohol. This is (48) _____ the point at which alcohol becomes dangerous. At a wedding celebration or other party, alcohol can serve as a way of reducing shyness and relieving stress and generally contributing to a ‘happy time’. But alcohol also reduces our (49)____ for logical thought and very often its ‘relaxing effect’ goes too far and opens the way to (50) _____ or even dangerous behavior.
1.D 2.B 3.B 4.C 5.D 6.C 7.D 8.A 9.B 10.D 11.C 12.A 13.D 14.C 15.D 16.C 17.B 18.D 19.D 20.C 21.D 22.A 23.B 24.B 25.D 26.C 27.A 28.C 29.A 30.C 31.B 32.C 33.A 34.C 35. A 36.B 37.B 38.C 39.B 40.C 41.D 42.B 43.A 44.D 45.C 46.A 47.D 48.D 49.A 50.B
1.B 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.B 6.A 7.C 8.A 9.B 10.D 11.B 12.A 13.A 14.C 15. D 16.B 17.A 18.D 19.C 20.A 21.A 22.B 23.B 24.C 25.B 26.C 27.A 28. A 29. D 30.C 31.C 32.A 33.C 34.D 35.B 36.C 37.B 38.D 39.C 40.D 41.B 42.D 43.B 44.A 45.C 46.D 47.C 48.A 49.B 50.D
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