Lise İngilizce 2.Dönem 2.Yazılı - 12.Sınıflar sınavı 12.Sınıf kategorisinin İngilizce alt kategorisinin, 2 dönemine ait. Bu sınav Orta derecede zorluktadır. Toplamda 22 sorudan oluşmaktadır.
Which of the following is the best way to give a clear explanation?
A) Using technical terms and jargon B) Using simple and clear language
C) Including irrelevant information D) Speaking quickly and softly
E) Avoiding eye contact
What is the purpose of giving explanations?
A) To confuse the listener
B) To demonstrate knowledge
C) To share information in a clear and understandable way
D) To show off
E) To waste time
Which of the following is an effective way to organize an explanation?
A) Jumping from one idea to another
B) Presenting information in a random order
C) Starting with the most important information and moving to the least important
D) Including irrelevant information
E) Providing too much information at once
What is the difference between apologizing and making excuses?
A) Apologizing is admitting fault, while making excuses is avoiding responsibility.
B) Apologizing is denying responsibility, while making excuses is admitting fault.
C) Apologizing and making excuses are the same thing.
D) Apologizing is only for small mistakes, while making excuses is for big mistakes.
E) Apologizing and making excuses are both unnecessary.
Which of the following phrases is NOT appropriate for declining a request politely?
A) "I'm afraid I won't be able to help you this time."
B) "I'm sorry, I have other plans."
C) "I can't do it, but maybe someone else can."
D) "That sounds like a great idea, count me in."
E) "I'm afraid that won't be possible."
Which of the following phrases is appropriate for accepting a request politely?
A) "Sorry, I can't do that."
B) "No, I don't want to do that."
C) "Yes, I would love to help you out."
D) "Maybe, I'll think about it."
E) "I'm too busy to help you."
Which of the following phrases is appropriate for accepting a request, but with reservations?
A) "I can definitely help you out."
B) "I'm afraid I won't be able to do that."
C) "Let me check my schedule and get back to you."
D) "I'm not sure I'm the right person for the job."
E) "I'm too busy to help you right now."
Which of the following is a polite way to make a request?
A) "Do this for me now!"
B) "I need you to do this for me right away!"
C) "Can you please do this for me?"
D) "Why haven't you done this yet?"
E) "This needs to be done immediately!"
When following instructions, what should you do if you don't understand something?
A) Ask for clarification
B) Pretend you understand and hope for the best
C) Give up and walk away
D) Try to figure it out on your own
E) Assume that you know what to do
What is the purpose of breaking down a task into steps when giving instructions?
A) To make the task seem more complicated
B) To make it easier for the person to follow the instructions
C) To waste time
D) To confuse the person receiving the instructions
E) To show off your knowledge
When someone does you a favor, what is the appropriate way to thank them?
A) "It's about time, thanks for doing that."
B) "I owe you one."
C) "Thank you, I really appreciate it."
D) "You didn't have to do that, but thanks."
E) "Great, now you owe me a favor."
If someone asks you for a favor that you cannot do, what is an appropriate way to decline?
A) "I'm too busy, maybe someone else can help you."
B) "I can't help you, sorry."
C) "I wish I could, but I have too much on my plate right now."
D) "No way, I have my own problems to deal with."
E) "I'll think about it."
What is the most appropriate suggestion to help someone who is feeling down?
A) "Just forget about it and move on."
B) "You should stay alone and think about it."
C) "How about we go out for a walk and get some fresh air?"
D) "There's nothing you can do about it, so why bother?"
E) "You should just stay in bed all day and rest."
Which suggestion is most likely to help someone who is stressed out?
A) "Just ignore your problems and hope they go away."
B) "Stay up all night and finish all of your work."
C) "Take a break and do something you enjoy, like reading or listening to music."
D) "Get angry and let your emotions out."
E) "Don't talk to anyone until you feel better."
Which suggestion is most likely to help someone who is feeling depressed?
A) "Drink alcohol to forget about your problems."
B) "Stay in bed all day and sleep."
C) "Talk to a friend or family member about your feelings."
D) "Go out and party to distract yourself."
E) "Don't talk to anyone and keep your feelings to yourself."
Which of the following adjectives best describes a person who is feeling "crestfallen"?
A) Confident B) Excited C) Disappointed
D) Energetic E) Content
Which of the following adjectives best describes a person who is feeling "melancholy"?
A) Cheerful B) Worried C) Depressed
D) Enraged E) Pleased
Which of the following adjectives best describes a person who is feeling "serene"?
A) Nervous B) Agitated C) Peaceful D) Angry E) Fearful
Which of the following is a key feature of the cognitive approach to psychology?
A) Emphasis on observable behaviors
B) Focus on unconscious desires and motives
C) Importance of genetic factors in behavior
D) Focus on how people think, perceive, and process information
E) Belief that behavior is primarily determined by environmental factors
What is the main difference between the theories of nature and nurture?
A) Nature refers to biological factors that influence behavior, while nurture refers to environmental factors that influence behavior.
B) Nature and nurture are essentially the same thing and cannot be separated.
C) Nature refers to environmental factors that influence behavior, while nurture refers to biological factors that influence behavior.
D) Nature refers to the influence of childhood experiences on behavior, while nurture refers to the influence of adult experiences on behavior.
E) Nature refers to conscious, intentional factors that influence behavior, while nurture refers to unconscious, unintentional factors.
Which of the following adjectives best describes someone who is feeling despondent?
A) Ecstatic B) Cheerful C) Hopeful
D) Depressed E) Peaceful
Which of the following words would best describe someone who is feeling elated?
A) Gloomy B) Pleased C) Apprehensive
D) Apathetic E) Grateful
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