What are the two major problems facing in your country and what are the suggestions to solve them?
There are several critical problems in Turkey but if we need to talk about the two most important problems, we can deal with the coronavirus epidemic and unemployment problems.
Let’s discuss about these problems and suggestions to solve them.
1) Coronavirus (Covid-19)
The coronavirus epidemic, which started in 2019 and spread from the city of Wuhan, China, has become one of the most important problems of our country. In the last 2 years, many people, from babies to the elderly, have succumbed to the coronavirus. Most people have been intubated and their recovery processes have progressed very slowly and heavily.
The first way to prevent and minimize the epidemic of the coronavirus is vaccination. Getting vaccinated will increase body resistance and protect against this virus. Of course, it is necessary to pay attention to mask, distance and hygiene rules in order not to catch the disease.
Unemployment is perhaps the most important problem that needs to be addressed in our country. Because unemployment causes many bad results. Many young people who graduate from university are struggling with unemployment. The employment rate in our country is extremely low when compared to other developed countries. Especially the female employment rate is quite low compared to the data of recent years.
The solution proposal for unemployment is to establish more factories, to prevent gender inequality in society and to provide guaranteed employment opportunities to young people who have graduated from university.
Quesiton: In not more than 50 words, state how Marfa realises the deceitfulness of man.
ANSWER: Marfa, a doctor, met a patient, Zamu-rishen who praised her for curing him of rheumatism with just three pills. When he left, Marfa saw a paper containing the same three pills which she had given. She realised that her patients had been deceiving her by flattery to get monetary benefits.
Question: What did Marfa realise about her patients at the end of the passage?
ANSWER: The conspiracy refers to the deceit by Marfa’s patients, who used to first praise her for curing them and after she became too excited on hearing her praise, would request for things of their need.
Question: Explain what type of conspiracy is referred to in the passage?
ANSWER: Marfa was surprised to see the unopened paper containing the pills that she had given to Zamu-rishen to cure his rhematism.
Question: Why was Zamu-rishen in need of money?
ANSWER: Zamu-rishen needed money to buy seeds to sow oats, to buy wood to repair the roof of his house and to buy a cow. He asked for letter of recommendation for getting his daughter’s admission in a boarding school.
Quesiton: How was Zamu-rishen’s rheumatism apparently cured?
ANSWER: Zamu rishen consulted many doctors and tried a number of treatments like mud-baths and drinking waters for eight years to cure himself of rheumatism. Zamu-rishen’s rheumatism was apparently cured by tking the three pills that Marfa had given him.
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Line segment QR is dilated to create line segment Q’R’ using the dilation rule DT,1.5. Point T is the center of dilation. Line segment Q R is dilated to create line segment Q prime R prime. The length of R T is 6 and the length of R prime R is y. What is y, the distance between points R and R’?
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