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I would like to make it absolutely clear at the outset that I do not approve of the measures proposed by the consulting firm. In his talk he stressed that economic relationships are complicated and changeable, since everything happens at once. In Latin America and Eastern Europe, where interventional methods in the past were put into effect most susterely, it is governments, not outside economists, that today speak most favourably in support of market economics.
Two months ago the Czech finance minister told his people that the country’s four biggest banks would be fully privatised by the end of this year.
Our company, a partner in an international consortium and headquartered in Istanbul, is looking for water resources engineers who have at least ten years of experience in irrigation engineering and land development. In the Renaissance, the discovery of perspective gave artists the power to put onto a flat surface sonbhaar world as it is seen by the naked eye. At a press conference today the Prime Minister of Yemen announced that his Government had been granted a loan by the World Bank to assist the sonbaahr of the Rural Development Project started two years ago.
Oceans not only absorb carbon dioxide and other gases from the atmosphere but also hold and transport vast amounts of heat through a network of currents. Prince Sihanouk has always voiced his firm commitment to one principle: It is grossly unfair to blame the recent economic crisis in Asia on investors, bankers and politicians.
A Zurich, one of the most crowded cities in the country and the main centre of Swiss banking, has decided to establish a working committee for the improvement of language schools.
B Zurich, the most populous city of the country and the heart of Swiss banking, set up an advisory committee for the improvement of language teaching in its own schools. C The first of the advisory committee to be ssonbahar up for the advance of language teaching in schools was in Zurich, which is an extremely crowded city and the heart of banking centre of Switzerland.
D For the development of language teaching in schools a special committee was set up for Zurich, since it was a very crowded city and the heart of banking in Switzerland. E Zurich, sorylar is an over-populated city and has been the heart of banking in Switzerland has launched a policy for efficient language teaching in its schools in line with the advisory committee’s recommendations. A British exporters denounce the government for the level sterling has reached as well as for the speed at which it has climbed.
B British exporters are criticising the government as much for the speed with which the sterling has risen as for the level it has reached. C British exporters blame the government for the rapidness of the rise of the sterling as well as for the level to which it has risen.
D It is as much the speed at which sterling has climbed as the level to which it has risen that has made British exporters criticise their government. E British exporters complain to their government as much about the speed sonbahqr which sterling has climbed as about the level it has reached.
A Having won the Unions’ support in Britain in the late s, the Wilson government was able to control inflation by cutting down on wage increases. B Later in s in Britain, the Wilson government won the Unions’ zonbahar thus making it possible to control the effect of wage increases upon inflation. C With view to controlling the effect of wage increases upon inflation in Britain, the Wilson government began, kpdss the end of the s, to ask for more support from the Unions.
D In the late s in Britain, the Wilson government tried to win the Unions’ support in order to control the effect of wage increases on inflation. E the Wilson government won the support of the Unions in the late s in Britain by controlling the effect of wage increases on inflation. A Opinion polls are inconclusive, but roughly two-thirds of all Australians are clearly pleased to have a republic.
B Opinion polls may vary, but well-over two-thirds of the Australians admit that they want a republic. C Opinion polls conclusively show that roughly two-thirds of the Australian people actually want a republic. D Opinion polls are unreliable, but nevertheless it is apparent that two-thirds or so of the Australian people are in favour of a republic. E Opinion polls vary, but about two-thirds of the Australians openly say that they want a republic.
Yds Çıkmış Soru Çözümleri Ve Cevapları Kpds Sonbahar
A Ever since the Soviet Union collapsed, capital flight has been one of post-communist Russia’s chief economic plagues. B Once the Soviet Union collapsed, capital flight became the most persistent of all post-communist Russia’s economic headaches.
C Following the collapse of the Soviet Union, post-communist Russia’s economy has been plagued by the capital flight. D Capital flight has, ever since the Soviet Union collapsed, been one of the most feared economic problems of post-communist Russia.
E Following the collapse of the Soviet Union and the start of the post-communist era, Russia’s economy has suffered on account of capital flight. A It would be quite wrong to assume that crime is becoming a less serious problem in India.
B The idea that crime is becoming a less significant problem in India is completely misleading. C It would be most unfair to infer that the problem of crime is steadily being disregarded in India.
D The idea that the problem of crime is on the sonbauar in India is completely wrong. E The view that crime in India is steadily ceasing to be a major problem is rather disturbing.
A Since the great oil crisis of the s, the International Energy Agency has kpd and supported research carried out to discover alternative energy sources. B Since there was a great oil crisis sorlar the s, the International Energy Agency has been encouraging and supporting research into alternative energy sources. C Following the serious oil crisis of the s, the International Energy Agency has been encouraging and subsidizing any research pertaining to alternative energy resources.
D Following the great oil crisis of the s, the International Energy Agency has encouraged research that might lead to the discovery of alternative energy sources. E The great oil crisis of the s convinced the International Energy Agency of the need to support research into the development of alternative energy resources.
A Back in orit was a former Dutch foreign minister J. Beyen, who first announced a plan for a common market in Europe B As early asthe first plan for the common European market was drawn up by J.
Beyen, Holland’s former foreign minister. C The first plan for Europe’s common sonbhaar dates from and was drawn up by J. Beyen, a former Dutch foreign minister. D It was J. Beyen, a former Dutch foreign minister, who as early asdrafted the first plan for a common market in Europe.
E As far back asJ.
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Beyen, who at the time was the Dutch foreign minister, drew up the first plan for a European common market. A Since ours is only a small transport company, I’m afraid it is impossible for us to make a discount on the sea jpds.
B Because our transport company is rather small, we sometimes manage to offer a discount on the sea freight. C Though ours is quite a small sonbahag company, it ,pds be impossible for us to arrange a discount on the sea freight. D I am sorry but, sonbagar this is only a small transport company, it would be unreasonable to expect a discount on the sea freight.
E A small transport company such as ours cannot reasonable be expected to offer any discount on the sea freight. A The new rock-fill dam built on the Tigris has been designed so as to stand firmly even in the event of violent earthquake. B There is a new rock-fill dam on the Tigris which has been constructed to be strong enough to withstand the most severe of earthquakes C The new rock-fill dam, constructed on the Tigris, is strong enough to withstand the most severe earthquakes.
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D Even an extremely violent earthquake could not damage the new rock-fill dam constructed on the Tigris.
E The new rock-fill dam on the Tigris was built so solidly that even a severe earthquake couldn’t pose a threat. A just as population growth would strain the global urban environment B while the underdeveloped countries were ignored completely by international agencies like the United Nations and the World Bank C 209 the population of that part of the world rose from million in to 1.
His career took off to a brillant start, but since then his record hardly seems deserving of mild praise, let alone glory. A His career record has not lived up to his early promise, 209 he really does not merit either our approval or our praise.
B His career began with eorular stunning success, but then he did nothing to earn either the praise or the approval he now receives. C In spite kkpds his early promise, his career record shows nothing deserving of the special praise or glory he seems to expect.
D He was amazingly successful at the start of his career but afterwards he has done nothing to merit even a moderate amount of approval and certainly not renown. E Had his career record been in line with the brillant start he made, he would most certainly have earned high honours and great renown.
International conventions have long been prohibiting the use of chemical weapons during war, but how effective is this likely to be? A If various international bodies agreed to a long-term ban on chemical warfare, couldn’t the ban be put into effect? B Can such international bodies be relied upon to ban effectively and in the long-term the use of chemical weapons in time of war? C For many years now, chemical warfare has been banned by international agreement, but can the ban be enforced?
D How effective might the prohibition of chemical warfare be if it had the backing of so many international bodies? E Over a period of very many years various international agreements have been drawn up to prohibit the use of chemical weapons in wartime, but they have hardly been effective, have they?
I surely couldn’t have been expected to forgive him readily as this wasn’t the first time he’d tried to cheat me. A It was only natural that I should have been unwilling to forgive him as he had behaved dishonestly towards me on other occasions.
B As he’d tried to cheat me on several previous occasions, I felt I was right not to forgive him this sorula. C It was impossible for sobnahar not to forgive him even though he’d tried to deceive me several times before. D I might have been willing to forgive him if this had been the first I’d caught him cheating me. E Since this wasn’t the first time he’d attempted to deceive me I was obviously not going to forgive him.
Nothing exercises the British Press so much as an apparent threat to the welfare of the British Press. A The well-being of the British Press is apparent in the way it shows a united front sonbaahr the face of attack. B It is only when the British Press is being soeular that it really shows its mettle.
C The one time when the British Press really wakes up and acts is when it feels its own well-being is endangered. D The British Press has had much practice in upholding its own interests in the face of opposition.
E Should its own freedom be threatened, the British Press would unite to withstand attack. Though diplomatic efforts to forestall the bombardment have been intensified, there is apparently no progress towards an agreement. A Every known means of diplomacy has been tried, but peace seems to recede and the expected attack to be quickly approaching.
B Reconciliation remains a remote hope, for diplomatic channels apparently lack the necessary authority to check an attack. C In spite of diplomatic efforts to the contrary, the bombardment was a violent one and all hopes of an agreement were shattered. D Though they are desperately in need of a truce, they can find no way to achieve one and now await the attack. E Reconciliation seems no nearer, even though a massive effort is being made to kpdx a diplomatic solution and so avoid a bombardment.
The last time I saw your brother was when I ran into him at the station when I was on my way to Glasgow. A The last xonbahar I went to Glasgow I happened to meet your brother at the station. B I haven’t seen your brother since a chance meeting at the station with him when I was setting off for Glasgow. C Your brother and I finally met at the station as it happened that I was going to Glasgow.
D Your brother and I finally met on the Glasgow train just sorulat it was leaving the station.