درك مطلب زبان كنكور – تست هاي تمريني ۲

درك مطلب زبان كنكور – تست هاي تمريني ۲

درك مطلب زبان كنكور تست هاي تمريني ۲

در ادامه تمرين هاي درك مطلب زبان كنكور، در اين قسمت دو متن زير ارائه مي شوند. مانند قسمت قبل، ابتدا براي فهم كامل و پاسخگويي به اين تست ها كوشش نماييد، و سپس ظرف روزهاي آتي با پاسخ صحيح كه در ادامه همين مقاله و همچنين در كانال زبان  كنكور ۹۸ دكتر هوشيار آورده مي شود، مقايسه نماييد.

 

باز هم تاكيد مي كنيم كه رمز موفقيت در آزمون زبان كنكور عبارت است از : نمرين، تمرين و تمرين!!

 

مشخصات متون اين نوشتار

متن اول متن جالبي در مورد مرطوب ترين نقطه كره زمين بنام “چراپونجي” مي باشد.

 

PASSAGE 1:

   Cherrapunji is one of the wettest places on earth. Cherrapunji is in India, high in the Khasi Hills. There is a lot of rain in the hills and most of it falls in the summer. In 1974 there were 2,455 centimeters of rain in Cherrapunji. This was the highest annual rainfall ever recorded in one place.

   Cherrapunji is a wonderful place to visit. There are lots of hills and valleys, so it is a great place to hike. There are beautiful, high waterfalls and amazing views from the hills and cliffs. You can walk in the lovely, green forests, explore some amazing, old caves or go fishing in the deep, blue rivers.

   The rain in Cherrapunji usually falls at night. During the day it is often warm and sunny, but remember to pack an umbrella. The weather can always change.

  1. What does the writer think of Cherrapunji?
  • ۱) She thinks well of it.
  • ۲) She thinks it rains too much to go there.
  • ۳) She believes one should go there when the weather is warm and sunny.
  • She concludes that it is good for those interested in swimming and walking.
  1. According to the passage, ………….. .
  • ۱) the year 1974 was in a way unusual in Cherrapunji
  • ۲) Cherrapunji always has the highest rainfall in the world each year
  • ۳) the amount of rain in one place in Cherrapunji in the year 1974 was unbelievable
  • ۴) the tourists visiting Cherrapunji are often surprised by the rainfalls there each year
  1. The passage mentions all of the following as activities people can do in Cherrapunji EXCEPT ……….. .
  • ۱) catch fish
  • ۲) watch natural scenes
  • ۳) watch animals in nature
  • ۴) enjoy walking in the forests
  1. According to the passage, in Cherrapunji …………. .
  • ۱) it always rains during the night
  • ۲) people can enjoy sunshine every day
  • ۳) people are not allowed to kill any type of animal
  • ۴) the rain falls in the summer more than any time of the year
  1. In the last sentence of the passage, the writer seems to be ……… .
  • ۱) advertising something
  • ۲) giving a sort of warning
  • ۳) referring to a negative feature of Cherrapunji
  • ۴) introducing another interesting thing about Cherrapunji

متن دوم هم متن بسيار جالبي در مورد يك فيلسوف يوناني بنام “سوكراتس” مي باشد.

 

PASSAGE 2:

   Socrates (c.470-399 BC) was one of the greatest Greek philosophers. Little is known about Socrates’ early life except that he served several times as a soldier and showed great bravery. He was born in Athens when that city was the leader of the world in literature, art, and government.

    Socrates knew all the most famous writers and statements of his time, but he had no desire to be famous himself. He only wanted to show people how to live wisely and happily, and to convince them that wisdom and honesty are more important than riches or fame. His guiding rule was “know yourself”.

   The young men of Athens were eager to learn from him. Socrates did not write down his teachings or invent any system of philosophy. Instead he talked with the young men wherever he met them, and started them thinking for themselves about what is good in life. Some of these young men later became writers and wrote down Socrates’ ideas. The most important of his followers was Plato. Plato’s writings are Dialogues in which the main speaker is Socrates, discussing some question with his young friends. Socrates would ask one of them to give an opinion on a subject. Socrates would then ask him questions. Often the person questioned had not really though very deeply and had no good reason for his opinion. Then by more questioning they all tried to find the true answer. This method of learning the truth by asking questions has been named “Socrates” or “dialectic”.

  1. According to the passage, for some time in his life Socrates ………… .
  • ۱) was a soldier
  • ۲) served soldiers in Athens
  • ۳) encouraged soldiers to be brave
  • ۴) taught philosophy to brave soldiers
  1. According to the passage, Socrates ………… .
  • ۱) tried to tell people how to live well
  • ۲) attempted to invent a system of philosophy
  • ۳) had his students write down his lessons
  • ۴) used writers’ influence to become famous
  1. All of the following are true about Plato EXCEPT that he …………… .
  • ۱) was an important student of Socrates
  • ۲) helped a method of learning the truth develop
  • ۳) learned things from Socrates when he was a young man
  • ۴) wrote a book in which he used one of the speakers o attack the ideas of Socrates
  1. The word “him” in line 15 refers to ……….. .
  • ۱) Socrates
  • ۲) Plato himself
  • ۳) a speaker in Plato’s book
  • ۴) a student of Plato
  1. It can be understood from the passage that Socrates was born at a time when ……….. .
  • ۱) Greece was under the control of soldiers
  • ۲) Athens was in its best days
  • ۳) no one lived happily and wisely
  • ۴) his country needed more soldiers than artists

  پاسخ تست ها

در اين قسمت پاسخ كليدي تست ها آورده شده است.

 

گزينه صحيح

شماره تست

PASSAGE  ۱

گزينه ۱

۱

گزينه ۱

۲

گزينه ۳

۳

گزينه ۴

۴

گزينه ۲

۵

PASSAGE  ۲

گزينه ۱

۱

گزينه ۱

۲

گزينه ۴

۳

گزينه ۳

۴

گزينه ۲

۵

 

 

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