11.Sınıf İngilizce 2.Dönem 2.Test sınavı 11.Sınıf kategorisinin İngilizce alt kategorisinin, 2 dönemine ait. Bu sınav Orta derecede zorluktadır. Toplamda 18 sorudan oluşmaktadır.
Samantha is doing research on a famous scientist and she wants to know more about his discoveries. Which of the following questions is best to ask for more detailed information?
A) Where was he born?
B) What was his childhood like?
C) What university did he attend?
D) What inspired him to become a scientist?
E) What were his most important discoveries?
Tom wants to buy a new laptop and he needs some information about the different models available. Which of the following questions is best to ask for more detailed information?
A) How long is the battery life? B) What is the screen size?
C) What is the weight of the laptop? D) How much memory does it have?
E) What is the brand of the laptop?
Which of the following is NOT a good opening question for an interview?
A) Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?
B) Why do you think you're the right fit for this job?
C) What is your favorite movie?
D) What experience do you have in this field?
E) What are your strengths and weaknesses?
What should you do before conducting an interview?
A) Prepare a list of questions
B) Ask personal questions to make the interviewee more comfortable
C) Memorize the questions
D) Make assumptions about the interviewee's background
E) Skip the research on the company
Which of the following is a good way to follow up after an interview?
A) Wait for the interviewer to contact you
B) Call the interviewer daily until you get an answer
C) Send a thank you email or letter
D) Show up at the company unannounced
E) Share negative feedback on social media
Which of the following best describes a historic site?
A) A location that is famous for its natural beauty.
B) A place where ancient battles took place.
C) A location that is well-known for its modern architecture.
D) A site that is popular for outdoor activities such as hiking or camping.
E) A place that is significant because of its cultural or historical importance.
What are some key features to describe when discussing a historic site?
A) The local cuisine and restaurants.
B) The shopping opportunities available.
C) The climate and weather patterns.
D) The site's historical and cultural significance.
E) The modern amenities and technology available.
Why is it important to use descriptive language when discussing a city or historic site?
A) To make the location sound more interesting and exciting.
B) To provide information about the local economy.
C) To create an accurate mental image of the location in the listener or reader's mind.
D) To make the speaker or writer sound more knowledgeable.
E) To provide information about the site's political history.
According to the text, what is the role of UNESCO in relation to landmarks and monuments?
A) To provide funding for the preservation of endangered sites
B) To build new monuments and landmarks around the world
C) To promote tourism to famous landmarks and monuments
D) To recognize and protect cultural and natural heritage sites
E) To regulate the construction of new buildings near landmarks and monuments
Which of the following is an example of a natural landmark or monument?
A) The Great Wall of China
B) The Eiffel Tower
C) The Colosseum in Rome
D) The Grand Canyon in the United States
E) The Sydney Opera House
What is the purpose of expressing criticism for events in the past?
A) To highlight the positive aspects of the event.
B) To offer suggestions for improvement in the future.
C) To show support for the individuals involved.
D) To demonstrate personal bias and opinions.
E) To avoid discussing controversial topics.
Which of the following is an example of expressing criticism for an event in the past?
A) "It was an unforgettable experience."
B) "I don't think it could have gone any better."
C) "I was really impressed with the outcome."
D) "They really messed up that situation."
E) "It was a great success and everyone was happy."
Which of the following phrases indicates a high degree of certainty in the past?
A) I'm pretty sure that he went to the party.
B) He might have gone to the party.
C) I don't think he went to the party.
D) He probably didn't go to the party.
E) I'm not certain if he went to the party or not.
What is the correct form of the verb to express a high degree of certainty in the past?
A) had + past participle B) was/were + verb+ing
C) have/has + past participle D) would/could + verb
E) simple past tense
Choose the correct sentence that expresses a high degree of certainty in the past.
A) He must have forgotten his keys at home.
B) I'm not sure if he forgot his keys or not.
C) It's possible that he left his keys at the office.
D) He might have remembered to take his keys with him.
E) He certainly took his keys with him.
Which sentence is an example of expressing criticism for an event in the past?
A) I love historical movies, especially those set in the 1920s.
B) The way that war was handled by the government was unacceptable.
C) My favorite book is a romantic novel set in the 19th century.
D) I think people in the past were much more interesting than people today.
E) The architecture of ancient Greece is fascinating to me.
What is an example of an event in the past that could be criticized?
A) The invention of the telephone.
B) The discovery of penicillin.
C) The first moon landing.
D) The sinking of the Titanic.
E) The construction of the Great Wall of China.
What language is appropriate when expressing criticism for events in the past?
A) Aggressive and confrontational language.
B) Disrespectful language.
C) Sarcasm and irony.
D) Respectful language and constructive feedback.
E) Language that avoids discussing the event altogether.
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