Yabancı Dil Sınavı (YDS)
Except in the case of extreme emergency, passengers mustn't engage the train's brake system.
We were not informed of the trouble until the threat had passed.
If it weren't for the Prime Minister's opposition, the whole thing would be easy.
In spite of the recent problems, he feels a strong attachment to his sister.
Although formally known as Inuits, most people refer to them as Eskimos.
Only a few of the students could have passed the exam if the questions had been too difficult.
He wishes he could come to the cinema with us.
The best score in yesterday's exam was 70 per cent.
Scientists' don't know what causes volcanic activity to increase.
When I was a child I used to spend the summer holidays every year at my grandparents' house.
(I) Even today more than 90 percent of the people of the Guineas live in a coastal zone only a few miles wide. (II) The Guinean population is extremely mixed, largely as a result of former slavery and the system of indentured labour. (III) These
(I) Like the Shetlands 50 miles to the north, the Scottish island of Orkney has historical links to Scandinavia, through the Norsemen. (II) For almost 500 years, until the 15th century, it was a Norse colony. (III) The houses of the Nors
(I) Nowadays, there is a growing tendency to keep wild animals, such as racoons, as pets. (II) The racoon is a mammal native to North America. (III) It is about the size of a cat and has distinctive stripes of fur across its eyes and a large striped
(I) The future of asbestos appears grim. (II) After two decades of horrendous headlines, this strange fibre probably represents the most feared contaminant on the Earth. (III) It is almost certainly the most expensive pollutant in terms of regulatio
(I) The abbreviation GI in official U.S. Army usage means government issue or general issue. (II) Thus officially , it denotes supplies which are issued by the quartermaster service. (II) However, it was adapted as slang, and subsequently applied t