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    76-80 KPDS Mayıs 2006 (Engineering is akin to...

    Engineering is akin to writing or painting in that it is a creative endeavor that begins in the mind’s eye and proceeds into new frontiers of thought and action, where it does not so much find as make new things. Just as the poet starts with a blank sheet of paper and the artist with a blank canvas, so the engineer today begins with a blank computer screen. Until the outlines of a design are set down, however tentatively, there can be no appeal to science or to critical analysis to judge or test the design. Scientific, rhetorical or aesthetic principles may be called on to inspire, refine and finish a design, but creative things do not come of applying the principles alone. Without the sketch of a thing or a diagram of a process, scientific facts and laws are of little use to engineers. Science may be the theater, but engineering is the action on the stage.

    76. The writer’s main aim in this passage is to ----.
    A) show how many different types of creativity there are
    B) stress the creative and constructive aspects of an engineer’s work
    C) compare and contrast the way poets and painters work
    D) show that literary creativity is superior to the painter’s creativity
    E) establish the fact that it is the engineers’ scientific knowledge that makes him creative

    77. We understand from the passage that, for the engineer, scientific laws ----.
    A) only have a role to play after a design has taken some sort of form
    B) are only relevant in details concerning safety
    C) are a constant factor all through the creative process of design
    D) play an important role only when it comes to finalizing certain details
    E) are rarely applicable at any stage in his projects

    78. The point is made in the passage that aesthetic principles ----.
    A) have no place in an engineer’s design
    B) are central to the very best works of art
    C) and creativity are two very different things
    D) cannot be taught or learnt
    E) can infuse life into an ill-conceived poem

    79. It can be inferred from the passage that, once a poet has achieved the basic core of his poem, ----.
    A) the creative process is complete
    B) he tends to lose interest in it
    C) he should wait a while before transcribing it onto a blank sheet of paper
    D) aesthetic principles may help him to intensify and complete it
    E) he must start to examine it for flaws and then remove them

    80. According to the writer of the passage, each act of creativity ----.
    A) necessitates the crossing of frontiers and entry into unknown regions
    B) is dependent upon a storehouse of closely related knowledge
    C) arises almost equally out of thought and inspiration and knowledge
    D) has some bearing on other acts of creativity
    E) in one sphere of endeavour has its counterpart in another

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    Alıntı AiDa isimli üyeden alıntı
    Engineering is akin to writing or painting in that it is a creative endeavor that begins in the mind’s eye and proceeds into new frontiers of thought and action, where it does not so much find as make new things. Just as the poet starts with a blank sheet of paper and the artist with a blank canvas, so the engineer today begins with a blank computer screen. Until the outlines of a design are set down, however tentatively, there can be no appeal to science or to critical analysis to judge or test the design. Scientific, rhetorical or aesthetic principles may be called on to inspire, refine and finish a design, but creative things do not come of applying the principles alone. Without the sketch of a thing or a diagram of a process, scientific facts and laws are of little use to engineers. Science may be the theater, but engineering is the action on the stage.

    Öncelikle paragraf güzel ve normalin üzerinde(anlama açısından)

    76. The writer’s main aim in this passage is to ----.
    B) stress the creative and constructive aspects of an engineer’s work
    E) establish the fact that it is the engineers’ scientific knowledge that makes him creative

    Yazarımız mühendisliğin, bir ressama ya da bir yazara benzediğini söylemekte; nasıl bir yazar boş kağıt üzerine başlıyorsa, mühendiste boş bilgisayarın ekranı bakar başladığı görülmekte; bundan yola çıkarak yazarın buradaki amacı, mühendisliğin, ne olduğunu, nasıl olduğunu göstermesi olabilir.. Bunun şıkkını vermekte zorlandım biraz ama E şıkkı diyorum ben..


    77. We understand from the passage that, for the engineer, scientific laws ----.
    D) play an important role only when it comes to finalizing certain details

    ''..to inspire, refine and finish a design''

    78. The point is made in the passage that aesthetic principles ----.
    C) and creativity are two very different things

    ''..but creative things do not come of applying the principles alone''

    79. It can be inferred from the passage that, once a poet has achieved the basic core of his poem, ----.
    D) aesthetic principles may help him to intensify and complete it.


    80. According to the writer of the passage, each act of creativity ----.
    B) is dependent upon a storehouse of closely related knowledge.

    Cümlenin tamamında, bundan bahsediyor, ressamından tut yazarımıza, yazarımızdan tut mühendimize kadar..


    İlk cümle ve son iki cümle bana göre kilit cümledir.. Yaptığım şıklar bu, değerli arkadaşımızın ve hocalarımızın yorumunu aldıktan sonra ben de rahatlarım, çünkü verdiğim cevap şıklar içerisinde yanlışlarım olabilir, kağıt üzerinde olmadığı için, şöyle bir altına çizecem karalayacam ama bazen gözden kaçıyor; bunlar için şimdiden özür; bu arada çok teşekkür ediyorum paragraf için..

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    Sevgili purgation 76, 77 ve 80 için verdiğin yanıtları bir daha gözden geçirsen iyi olacak. Katılımın için teşekkür ederim.

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    Ben paragrafı okuyunca, iyi ipucları sayesinde soruları rahat çözerim dedim ama şıklar biraz zorladı beni, anlamakta biraz güçlük çektim.. 76 için B şıkkı diyebilirim, ikinci şıkkım.. Diğer iki soru için, içlerinde sadece bir ya da iki şık elememiştim, dışında zorlandım..

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    Gerçekten de kolay bir paragraf olduğu söylenemez.

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    Alıntı Veys isimli üyeden alıntı
    Gerçekten de kolay bir paragraf olduğu söylenemez.
    Bence de zor ama ben daha bu gece bu paragrafla daha fazla uğraşamayacağım. Malum sabah ÜDS'ye giriyorum. Biraz da kafa dinlemem lazım di mi ama!!!

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    Alıntı AiDa isimli üyeden alıntı
    Bence de zor ama ben daha bu gece bu paragrafla daha fazla uğraşamayacağım. Malum sabah ÜDS'ye giriyorum. Biraz da kafa dinlemem lazım di mi ama!!!
    BU yazdığım anlamsız cümleyle saçmalamaya başladım bile. Umarım sabah daha iyi olurum. :corkysm60:

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    Alıntı AiDa isimli üyeden alıntı
    Bence de zor ama ben daha bu gece bu paragrafla daha fazla uğraşamayacağım. Malum sabah ÜDS'ye giriyorum. Biraz da kafa dinlemem lazım di mi ama!!!
    Allah yardımcın olsun. Başarılar diliyorum.

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    Engineering is akin to writing or painting in that it is a creative endeavor that begins in the mind’s eye and proceeds into new frontiers of thought and action, where it does not so much find as make new things. Just as the poet starts with a blank sheet of paper and the artist with a blank canvas, so the engineer today begins with a blank computer screen. Until the outlines of a design are set down, however tentatively, there can be no appeal to science or to critical analysis to judge or test the design. Scientific, rhetorical or aesthetic principles may be called on to inspire, refine and finish a design, but creative things do not come of applying the principles alone. Without the sketch of a thing or a diagram of a process, scientific facts and laws are of little use to engineers. Science may be the theater, but engineering is the action on the stage.

    76. The writer’s main aim in this passage is to ----.
    A) show how many different types of creativity there are
    B) stress the creative and constructive aspects of an engineer’s work
    C) compare and contrast the way poets and painters work
    D) show that literary creativity is superior to the painter’s creativity
    E) establish the fact that it is the engineers’ scientific knowledge that makes him creative

    77. We understand from the passage that, for the engineer, scientific laws ----.
    A) only have a role to play after a design has taken some sort of form
    B) are only relevant in details concerning safety
    C) are a constant factor all through the creative process of design
    D) play an important role only when it comes to finalizing certain details
    E) are rarely applicable at any stage in his projects

    78. The point is made in the passage that aesthetic principles ----.
    A) have no place in an engineer’s design
    B) are central to the very best works of art
    C) and creativity are two very different things
    D) cannot be taught or learnt
    E) can infuse life into an ill-conceived poem

    79. It can be inferred from the passage that, once a poet has achieved the basic core of his poem, ----.
    A) the creative process is complete
    B) he tends to lose interest in it
    C) he should wait a while before transcribing it onto a blank sheet of paper
    D) aesthetic principles may help him to intensify and complete it
    E) he must start to examine it for flaws and then remove them

    80. According to the writer of the passage, each act of creativity ----.
    A) necessitates the crossing of frontiers and entry into unknown regions
    B) is dependent upon a storehouse of closely related knowledge
    C) arises almost equally out of thought and inspiration and knowledge
    D) has some bearing on other acts of creativity
    E) in one sphere of endeavour has its counterpart in another

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