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155- , I have no option but to terminate your contract.
A)Because everything you have done has exceeded our expectations
B)Since you have ignored repeated warnings about the poor quality of your work
C)Even though you did not do very well on the last project
D)The reason why you are late for work every morning
E)Unless you attempted harder to solve your problems with the rest of the staff
156-Even though I wasn't really enjoying that book, .
A)I can recommend it without reservation
B)I'll lend It to you If you'd like to read it (bilgi yelpazesi.net)
C)I thought it was pointless and sentimental
D)which was about a boring woman and her job
E)It was irritating to find half the pages missing
157- .., surfing can be as safe as any other sport.
A)Provided you are careful not to go out in waves too big for you
B)As going out in big waves can sometimes be hard to resist
C)Although very few people are actually killed in surfing accidents every year
D)When you forget to take the proper safety precautions
E)Because of the fun you can have doing It
158- .there had been rumours about it for months.
A)When the public sees the stories about the scandal in tomorrow's papers
B)As the truth will be printed in the newspapers anyway
C)Only if everyone told the truth about what really happened
D)By the time the whole story came out in the press
E)Everybody wishes someone would tell the truth
159- .., so my Dad wasn't very pleased with it.
A)I didn't enjoy the film last night as much as I'd expected
B)The neighbour's dog dug up several of our flowerbeds
C)I'm afraid my friends will be a bit noisy tonight
D)Mum cooked a marvellous dinner last night
E)My brother may have failed his final exams
160-When people are contemplating a big step in life. like buying a house, .
A)prices have gone up rather steeply in the last year
B)they were not entirely sure that they could afford it
C)they should be sure that it Is what they really want
D)it may otherwise be very difficult to break their promise
E)and they might want a new car as well
161- .., Joseph Conrad was, and still is, one of the most famous English writers.
A)Although his tales of seafaring life depicted the concerns of all people
B)Because English remained a second language to him all his life
C)Having received British citizenship after 16 years in the British merchant navy
D)As his visit to Africa provided him with the seed of his most famous story. 'Heart of Darkness'
E)In spite of being a Polish seaman who only learnt English later in life
162-Unless people who have had a heart attack stop smoking, . .
A)it's only then that they realise how bad smoking is
B)there is a good chance that they will have another one
C)they want to reduce the chances of having a second one
D)they should have given it up years before anyway
E)they can count themselves lucky that they survived It
163- Everyone agreed that he had been a terrible Prime Minister; .
A)on the other hand, he was one of the most corrupt politicians in the country
B)however bad his term in office had been
C)nonetheless, he lost the next election by a large vote
D)moreover, he had a terrific reputation for honesty and efficiency
E)furthermore, he was so corrupt that no one trusted the government any more
164-Carlos hadn't even heard of baseball until he moved to the States at 15, .. .
A)as he lived only a few miles from a professional stadium
B)and there he finally got to see the players he'd read about
C)although he grew up playing the game with his friends
D)but within a year, he was among the best players of his school
E)yet he had seen hundreds of games on his uncle's television
165-Considering that you have never had any formal training as a computer programmer, .. .
A)you show a remarkable amount of ability (bilgi yelpazesi.net)
B)so that you can do the job as well as anyone else in the office
C)which is the way everyone always did it until recently
D)you will have finished the course by early next year
E)you can probably recommend a suitable software for my aim
166-If more people had bought his first novel, . .
A)it hadn't been properly publicised, according to some critics
B)he gave up writing as a career and found a steady job
C)the competition from more established novelists was too keen for him
D)he might have been encouraged to continue writing
E)he keeps trying anyway in spite of his economic hardship
167-Rotterdam has few old buildings, .
A)including the brand new bridge over the new harbour
B)because the city was nearly destroyed in World War II
C)as the city will be rebuilt in the next couple of years
D)unlike Brasilia, which was almost totally rebuilt in the 1970s
E)since Amsterdam was established in the Middle Ages
168- ..since he died before he could write the final chapter.
A) He always preferred the quiet of the shed in his garden
B)It was the best thing he had ever written
C)We will never know how the story ends
D)The book could have sold out as soon as it was published
E)There was nothing particularly inspiring about the technique
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