Which one is true according to the chart?
A) All teens enjoy exchanging emails daily.
B) No teenagers write letters to their friends once a week.
C) Half of teens prefer text messages to communicate with others every day.
D) Most of the teens make or receive voice calls on their mobile phones every day.
2 - 4. sorularda boş bırakılan yerlere gelen uygun kelime ya da ifadeyi işaretleyiniz.
2. Paul : Hello, Paul speaking.
Sharon: Hi, Paul. This is Sharon. Can I talk to Betty?
Paul : - - - - I’ll get her.
Sharon: Thanks, Paul.
A) She isn’t available now.
B) Don’t hang up the phone.
C) Could you please repeat that?
D) Can I take your name and number?
3. Isla: Would you like to come to the cinema with me?
Ava: - - - -?
Isla: We can meet at five in front of the shopping mall.
Ava: OK.
A) Maybe later. How about having dinner instead
B) Do you have a movie in your mind
C) Yes, I’d love to. When and where
D) Do we have another choice
4. Many teachers are worried about the negative effects of text language and abbreviations, however - - - - .
A) people mostly prefer face-to-face communication
B) most of the teachers still continue using computers
C) text messages aren’t popular among teenagers because they are not fast and fun
D) most of the teenagers continue to write text messages using short combinations
5. Aşağıda karışık olarak verilen cümlelerin anlamlı bir diyalog oluşturacak şekilde sıralandığı seçeneği işaretleyiniz.
I - No, that’s okay. I’ll call back later.
II - Hello, can I talk to Mr. Williams, please?
III - OK. Bye for now.
IV - I’m afraid, he’s out. Would you like to leave a message?
V - Hello, Mr. Willams office.
A) V - I - III - IV - II
B) V - II - IV - I - III
C) V - III - I - II - IV
D) V - IV - II - III – I
6. Aşağıda verilen metinde anlam bütünlüğünü bozan cümleyi işaretleyiniz.
(I) An SMS or short message service is a type of communication used in mobile phones. (II) They are usually called “text messages”. (III) With SMS, someone can send a text message to another person. (IV) People
communicate in many different ways.
A) I

7. Verilen görseldeki yazışmada boş bırakılan yere uygun gelen ifadeyi işaretleyiniz.
A) What does TTYL mean?
B) Okay, dear. HAND
C) Thanx 4 invitation.
D) Why do you ask?
8. Your landline phone is ringing. You answered it.
Someone wants to talk to your father but he’s not at home. What do you say?
A) I have another call coming through. I have to hang up the phone.
B) Thanks, could you tell him to call Sam when he gets in?
C) I’m sorry he’s not here now. Can you call again later?
D) Hang on a minute, please. I’ll get my father.
9. Aşağıda verilen cümleye anlamca en yakın olan seçeneği işaretleyiniz.
“52% of teens use social networks to exchange messages daily.”
A) More than half of the teens use social networks to exchange messages daily.
B) 4 in 10 teens exchange messages daily by using social networks.
C) Nearly all of the teens exchange messages daily through social networks.
D) 6 in 10 teens say they never use social networking sites.
10 - 12. soruları verilen metne göre cevaplayınız.
Today, it is really difficult to write a definition
for smartphones because they are not just
for making or receiving calls anymore. A
smartphone is a mobile phone that can do more
than other phones do. They work as a computer
and also they are small enough to fit in user’s
hand. So what can you do with a smartphone?
First, you can send emails, photographs and text
messages. Second, you can use functions like
alarm, calendar, currency convertor, calculator
etc. Finally, you can surf on the Net or play
games with smartphones.
10. A smartphone - - - -.
A) is bigger than a computer
B) is small enough to fit in hand
C) isn’t as small as a computer
D) isn’t suitable for surfing on the Net
11. Which one is false according to the text?
A) You can send emails by using smartphones.
B) Smartphones function like computers today.
C) You can make or receive calls with a smartphone.
D) Smartphones are more popular than computers.
12. The text is mainly about the - - - - of smartphones.
A) negative effects
B) high prices
C) functions
D) history