"Political crime" differs from ordinary crime only in the motivation, real or claimed, of the criminal. A hold-up, a bank robbery, a burglary, drug running, kidnapping, or murder is no less a crime for being politically motivated. In this context, terrorism may be defined as "motivated violence for political ends"; this distinguishes terrorism both from vandalism and from crimes of violence in which no political motivation is discerned. Political crime is thus a wider term than terrorism, which is an extreme form of it. The relationship between the two is that between the whole and the part.
In this passage it is argued that ..... .
terrorism rarely stems from political considerations.
a bank robbery cannot be politically motivated.
vandalism and political crime are one and the same thing.
there is no relationship between political crime and terrorism.
a crime is still a crime even though it may be politically motivated.
The author maintains that a crime is political ..... .
so long as it is committed against politicians.
if it is related to vandalism.
if violence is involved.
only when the end is political.
when drug-running and kidnapping are excluded.
A suitable title for this passage could be ..... .
92.-94. soruları, aşağıdaki parçaya göre cevaplayınız.
All of us would agree that we know a number of different things. If challenged to give a catalogue of what you know, you might say, for example, that you know the English and French languages, how to swim, how to drive a car, how to analyze a chemical substance, that you know a number different people, and so on. The list even in general terms like this would be a very long one, and it would not be possible, for practical purposes, to set out such a catalogue in detail. But one thing is obvious from the few examples I have given; the word "know" is commonly used in many different senses.
The main point of the passage is ..... .
that the frontiers of knowledge cannot be defined
to make people realize how little they know
to demonstrate how variable are the meaning of the word "know"
whether it is desirable to know everything
that knowledge can be acquired from different sources
95.-97. soruları, aşağıdaki parçaya göre cevaplayınız.
The atom bomb, and still more the hydrogen bomb, have caused new fears, including new doubts as to the effects of science on human life. Some eminent authorities, including Einstein, have pointed out that there is a danger of extinction of all life on this planet. I do not myself think that this will happen in the next war, but I think it may happen in the next but one, if that is allowed to occur. If this expectation is correct, we have to choose, within the next fifty years or so, between two alternatives. Either we must allow the human race to exterminate itself, or we must forgo certain liberties which are very dear to us.
It is implied that ..... .
the scientist should ignore moral issues
Einstein seldom agreed with other scientists as regards the value of human life
science is not always beneficial to mankind
personal liberties are the things we should fight for
scientists will prevent any further war
The author believes that the only way to avoid war ..... .
98.-100. soruları, aşağıdaki parçaya göre cevaplayınız.
There are several points to remember when buying food. First of all, larger shops sell goods at lower prices than smaller shops. As most people know, supermarkets often sell their own brands of many products. "Own brands" are, on average, cheaper than the brands of leading manufacturers. For example, on items such as peas, beans, soap and soap powder, own brands can be up to 15 percent cheaper. On some lines, such as washing-up liquid, the savings can be even greater. There is no reason to suppose that own brand ones inferior. They are commonly produced in the same place as the branded products. Often the difference is the packaging and the price.
The passage argues that ..... .
the prices of most branded products are completely fair
people should avoid the cheaply packaged "own brands".
big stores charge more for basic food stuffs than is necessary
_________. In other words, all our power is based upon the control of natural sources, in the sense that the energy of fuel is never man-made. It already exists as in the wind and in rivers; it may be stored up as in coal or uranium.
Man derives energy from many different sources.
All our sources of power are "natural".
Energy is as indestructible as matter itself.
Power can be defined as energy under control.
In due course all energy returns whence it came.
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(I). Before Galileo, it was thought that a lifeless body would not move of itself. (II). It was further believed that such a body, once in motion would gradually come to rest. (III). Experimental science was not even permitted during the Middle Ages. (IV). But Galileo and Newton proved that all the movements of the planets proceed according to the laws of physics. (V). And that once they are set in motion they will continue indefinitely.