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Denizcilik İngilizcesi Soru Bankası 4

28-03-2013, 02:11 PM
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1. The mechanical barrel around which lines and wires are turned is a .............................................
1) buoy
2) barrel
3) capstan XX
4) captain
5) waist

2. The Medical Report Format for Seafarers is filled/completed by:
1) Only the Captain,
2) Only the hospital ashore,
3) Only the Doctor ashore,
4) By the Captain and also the hospital/doctor ashore, XX
5) All the officers on board

3. The most modern kind of lifeboat, dropping or falling into the sea and which is covered, is a/an:
1) Inflatable life raft
2) Freefall XX
3) Lifebelt
4) Liferaft
5) Water proof life boat

4. The M/V Yıldız got loaded at Port of Izmir with dried fruits and left for Lısbon. When arrived at the Port of Lisbon, she was detained because the Master’s Certificate was Master Certificate not Unlimited Master Certificate.
The detention was attributed to the incompliance with the requirements of............................
1) SOLAS
2) STCW XX
3) LOADLINE
4) MARPOL
5) ISM

5. The opening to the hold from the upper deck is called a/an …………………………………………………..
1) hatch XX
2) boom
3) derrick
4) upper peak
5) iner bottom

6. The publication in which the medical codes is found is ........................
1) GMT
2) Safety message transmission
3) The International code of signals XX
4) The local newspapers
5) A well-know magazine

7. The purpose of a “Notice of Readiness” is to ……………………………………………………………….
1) inform the related party that the vessel is in all respects ready to commence loading/ discharging operation. XX
2) note that the charter is ready to sign the relevant document.
3) notice that the parties have agreed on the readiness.
4) specify the full account of the nature of a charter party.
5) inform the master that the consignee is ready to receive the goods.

8. The rudder fitted at the stern of the ship is turned by a ………………………………………………….
1) steering engine XX
2) figure
3) compass
4) report
5) watch

9. The starboard bow is the area................................
1) on the right side of the stem. XX
2) on the right side of the stern.
3) on the left side of the stem.
4) on the left side of the midship line.
5) on either side of the stern.

10. The space between the holds and the bottom of the hull contains ……….. used for ballast water and fuel.
1) tweendecks
2) double bottom tanks XX
3) cargo-carrying compartments
4) fore peak tank
5) aft peak tank

11. The term “vessel” is different from the term “ship” in that the term vessel is used for...........................
1) floating craft smaller than “ships”. XX
2) floating craft larger than “ships”.
3) some floating craft used for sport activities only.
4) huge tankers only.
5) “warships” more commonly.

12. “The weather was supposed to be nice today, but we were almost frozen to death while doing the ship’s maintenance.” can be expressed as .....................................
1) The weather was expected to be cold today but it is not
2) The weather was not very cold today as it was before
3) Although everyone hoped for a cold day it turned out to be nice
4) The weather was terribly cold although it had been expected to be good XX
5) The day was so nice and warm just as we had expected before

13. The vessel which has the right of way is known as ..................................
1) the regulations
2) more safety
3) a higher certificate
4) the standing-on vessel XX
5) their message

14. There are certain medicines on board which you can only use when:
1) Captain orders you to do so,
2) You think it is necessary,
3) You have medical advice by radio, XX
4) The ill/injured person wants you to do so,
5) The shipowner gives you instructions to do so.

15. There is a vessel obstructing your movements.
1) İlerde hareketlerinizi engelleyen bir gemi var XX
2) İlerde hareketinize kasteden bir gemi var
3) İlerde sizi takip eden bir gemi var
4) İlerde sizin hareketinizi bekleyen bir gemi var
5) İlerde sizinle ilgili hareketli bir gemi var

16. “There is no doubt that the scope of a pilot’s duties have over the years been clearly defined. That he has exclusive control and conduct of the ship is seldom disputed, but this is very different from having command of the ship.” It is implied in the above mentioned quotation that ...............................................
1) the scope of a pilot’s duties has ever been doubtful.
2) no rule has ever clearly defined as pilot’s duties.
3) a pilot has the conduct of the ship he is in charge of navigating. XX
4) a pilot has both conduct and command of the ship he is in charge of.
5) a pilot’s exclusive control and conduct of a ship has been a point of dispute

17. There shall be clear instructions relating to the operating of the system.

Correct translation of this sentence into Turkish is;
1) Sistemin çalışmasına ilişkin açıklamalar yapılacaktır.
2) Sistemin çalışmasına ilişkin açık talimatlar bulunacaktır. XX
3) Sistem üzerindeki açık talimatlara göre çalıştırılır.
4) Sistemin çalışması açık talimatlar olmasıyla ilgilidir.
5) Sistem çalışmasıyla açık talimatlara bağlıdır.

18. “This is to certify that before/after loading/discharging, all cargo tanks were inspected and found empty and dry”. This is an example of.....................................
1) Notice of Readiness
2) Letter of Protest
3) Dry-Tank Certificate XX
4) Job Application
5) Deratting Certificate-Deratting Exemption Certificate

19. “This is to notify you officially that vessel ………. under my command has arrived in your port on ……. at …………. hours and is ready to discharge/load cargo of ……… kilos of …….. as per clauses and conditions of the covering charter-party. Master”. This is an example of a ……………..
1) Notice of Readiness XX
2) Letter of Protect
3) Bill of Lading
4) Bill of Health
5) Bill of Sale

20. To amplify voice ................................... is used.
1) aldis lamp
2) loud hailer XX
3) gong
4) drum
5) low frequency

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1. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN,

This is to certify that Mr.Walden has worked on board the “BEAUTY” as a captain since 1995 . He has specialized in the Far Eastern container trade.

Owing to his great experience in handling the refrigerated goods, we found him and his services very useful and we can recommend him to be employed on any vessel.

He is leaving us at his request and we are sorry to lose him.

The MASTER OF THE M/V

“BEAUTY”

This is an example of a ...........
1) job application
2) accident report
3) survey report
4) testimonial XX
5) incident report

2. “Underway” and “making way” ……………………………………..
1) are nearly the same
2) are not synonyms XX
3) mean the same thing
4) are no different from each other
5) are exactly the same

3. Visibility is reduced by fog.
1) Görüş mesafesi yağmur nedeniyle azalmıştır
2) Görüş mesafesi kar nedeniyle azalmıştır
3) Görüş mesafesi toz nedeniyle azalmıştır
4) Görüş mesafesi sis nedeniyle azalmıştır XX
5) Görüş mesafesinin değişmesi bekleniyor

4. Visiul coded signals and radio-telegraphy signals are printed in ………………………
1) National code of manners
2) International code of signals XX
3) International regulations
4) Worldwide magazines
5) Multinational regulations

5. Watertight bulkheads do not …………………………………………………….
1) provide protection against fire.
2) prevent odours from passing from one compartment to another.
3) prevent leakage between the two adjacent compartments.
4) divide the vessel into longitudinal subdivisions.
5) store fresh water or ballast water. XX

6. What association below is not true?
1) GPS-atomic clock
2) Dead Reckoning- log
3) Celestial Navigation-sextant
4) Satellite Navigation-LORAN XX
5) Piloting-chart

7. What is the function of Navtex device on board?
1) It receives only news on sea meteorology and records them.
2) It receives only navigational warnings and records them.
3) It receives navigational and meteorological news and records them.
4) According to the information transmitted from shore – based radar stations, it always indicates the position of the vessel.
5) If the position of the vessel is filled up in it, it always indicates the position of the vessel.

8. What part of a ship isn’t in accommodation spaces?
1) boiler room
2) galley
3) crew mess XX
4) laundry room
5) cabin

9. When a message has been received but the information requested can not be obtained, say “............................”
1) No information XX
2) Say again
3) Message not understood
4) Message not requested
5) Message not received

10. When out of sight of land position is found by …………………………………………..
1) coastal navigation
2) metaphysics
3) celestial navigation XX
4) definite landmarks
5) previous experiences

11. When steel is in contact with water, air or salt solutions, it undergoes a chemical change known as ……..................
1) Coating
2) Bitumen
3) Rusting XX
4) Cement
5) Deteriration

12. When the engine refuses to start, which of the following situations cannot be a reason?
1) No fuel
2) Starting air pressure to low
3) Air in fuel line or pump
4) Injection nozzles not working
5) Overloading XX

13. When the second mate caught a contagious disease .................................
1) the doctor advised him to stop complaining
2) he was taken out of the sick bay as soon as possible
3) the crew lost hope when his condition worsened
4) no one was allowed to visit him XX
5) the doctor gave him a check up and found nothing

14. When two vessels are meeting head-on, they both ........................ to starboard.
1) Collision
2) must alter course XX
3) follow
4) musn’t alter course
5) receive their message

15. When you are going to request Radio Medical Advice, you must have some information ready. These information are:
1) Routine particulars about the ship and the patient,
2) Particulars of the illness and the results of the examination of the ill person,
3) Diagnosis and Treatment,
4) Problems and other comments,
5) All the above. XX

16. When you cannot understand the message received, say “ ………………………….. “
1) Message not understood XX
2) Stand by
3) No information
4) What you have said is not understandable
5) What is your message?

17. Which of the following can not be a defect a light might have?
1) Destroyed
2) Damaged
3) Unlit
4) Off station
5) Expensive XX

18. Which of the following cannot be categorized as a distress signal?
1) A flag and a ball below it.
2) A signaling mirror.
3) Raising arms. XX
4) Smoke signal.
5) A rocket parachute flare.

19. Which of the following messages is a distress message?
1) 80 miles northeast of Cape Town engine broken down Require tug assistance
2) Gale warning southwest gale force winds imminent in sea areas the Black Sea.
3) 37.18 West 26.32 North fire in number 1 hold ship in vicinity. Please stand by.
4) Ship holed in engine room. Sinking. Request immediate assistance XX
5) Man overboard. Help with search and rescue

20. Which of the following messages needs to be corrected?
1) “Instruction: Do not enter the fairway”
2) “Information: Visibility is not expected to change in your position”
3) “I will use my own tow lines.” XX
4) “Question: May I proceed along the ice channel ?”
5) “Warning. Obstruction in the fair way”

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1. Which of the following procedures is used while abandoning the vessel?
1) Urgency
2) Security
3) Distress
4) SOS XX
5) TTT

2. Which of the following statements is incorrect?
1) The bridge is generally located amidship extending from one side of the vessel to the other
2) The bridge may be also situated aft or forward on a vessel
3) The bridge is made up of the wheel-house, the chart-room and the radio-room
4) The bridge is always high up as the ship is controlled from there by the captain and officers
5) The bridge functions as the heart of the vessel XX

3. Which of the following statements is incorrect?
1) If there is a new crew member who joins the vessel, he must be trained within the first two weeks after joining the vessel
2) All the life-saving equipment and appliances must be in their correct places and order
3) If there are any passengers on board, they must be trained on how to use the life-saving appliances
4) Drills must be conducted as if there is a real emergency situation
5) It is not necessary to lower at least one life-boat into the sea when there is an onboard training XX

4. Which of the following statements is not correct about tallying?
1) Tallying is the process of counting, checking and recording of cargo when it comes aboard and leaves the ship
2) Tally clerks are responsible for tallying
3) One group of tally clerks are employed by shipper whereas one group are employed by ship owner
4) The Bill of Lading is important as it states the description of the goods, quantity, marks on packages
5) It’s not anybody’s responsibility if there’s damaged cargo on board XX

5. Which of the following statements about finding a ship’s position is not true?
1) A ship’s position can be calculated by a technique known as dead reckoning
2) When in sight of land, the navigator uses the techniques of coastal navigation to find position
3) To find the exact position of the ship, a compass bearing can be used
4) When out of sight of land, a ship’s position can be found out by using the techniques of celestial navigation
5) It is not possible finding the position of a ship by means of satellite XX

6. Which of the following vessels is to give way to the others?
1) A sailing vessel
2) A fishing vessel
3) A disabled vessel
4) A vessel not under command.
5) A vessel underway and driven by force. XX

7. While using abbreviations in shipping forecasts, the capital letter R denotes:
1) Showers of rain
2) Continuous heavy rain
3) Heavy rain XX
4) Intermittent rain
5) Rain followed by mist

8. Yangını önlemek için tedbirler alınacaktır. Correct translation of this sentence into English is;
1) Precautions must be done to avoid fire.
2) Precautions shall be taken to prevent fire. XX
3) There shall be prevented with caution.
4) To prevent fire, some cautions shall be taken.
5) Fire is prevented by some precautions.

9. You are running into danger. Fog bang ahead of you.
1) Tehlikeye gidiyorsunuz. Önünüzde kesik sis var
2) Tehlikeye gidiyorsunuz. Önünüzde sığ su var
3) Tehlikeye gidiyorsunuz. Önünüzde enkaz var
4) Tehlikeye gidiyorsunuz. Önünüzde kesif sis var XX
5) Tehlikeye gidiyorsunuz. Önünüzde mayın var

10. You can anchor until there is sufficient water.
1) Su yetersiz onun için demirleme
2) Su derinliği yeterli olana dek demirleyebilirsiniz XX
3) Su derinliği giderek azalıyor, demirliyebilirsiniz
4) Su derinliği yetersiz, demirlemek tehlikelidir
5) Su derinliği kafi yola çıkabilirsiniz

11. “You have caught my fishing gear.” is a term used by a ..........................
1) passing ship
2) ship aground
3) vessel moving
4) fishing boat XX
5) protecting vessel

12. You may navigate by yourself or wait for pilot.
1) Kendiniz seyredebilirsiniz yoksa pilot gelir
2) Kendiniz seyrederseniz pilot bekleyebilir
3) Kendiniz seyredebilir veya pilotu bekleyebilirsiniz XX
4) Kendiniz seyredemezseniz, pilotu bekleyin
5) Kendiniz seyredin yoksa pilotu bekleteyim

13. “You must shorten your cable to three shackles” is an order given by a pilot station ……………….....
1) when the pilot boards the vessel to take her from waiting anchorage into harbour
2) after the pilot boards the vessel to take her from waiting anchorage into harbour
3) immediately before the pilot boards her to take her from waiting anchorage into harbour XX
4) immediately after the pilot boards her to take her from waiting anchorage into harbour
5) it has nothing to do with the pilot whatsoever

14. Your navigation lights are not visible.
1) Seyir fenerleriniz görülmüyor. XX
2) Seyir fenerleriniz çalışıyor mu?
3) Hangi seyir fenerleriniz arızalı?
4) Seyir fenerleriniz neden görülmüyor?
5) Seyir fenerlerim arızalı.

15. You are in the leading line.
1) Transit hattınız uzun
2) Transit hattı üzerindesiniz XX
3) Transit geçişte baştasınız
4) Transit hattı uzuyor
5) Transitte lider olun

16. You are running into danger.
1) Gemime yaklaşmayın.
2) Tehlike var.
3) Tehlikeye gidiyorsunuz. XX
4) Yol veriniz.
5) Geçmeyiniz.

17. A: Do not follow me
B: ...........................
1) I am stopping
2) I will not follow you XX
3) What is your course?
4) Full ahead immediately
5) Must I take tugs?

18. A: Full ahead immediately
B: ......................................
1) Stop your vessel
2) I am going full ahead immediately XX
3) I am stopping my vessel
4) I am increasing my speed
5) I am slowing down

19. A : Go ahead : (Follow me)
B : ......................................
1) I will be ready to help
2) I am going ahead (I am following you) XX
3) I will be followed by vessel
4) He will go ahead
5) Will you be followed by vessel?

20. ........................ and ..................................... are used as distress signals.
1) speakers – aviators
2) asmoke – pigeons
3) rockers – voices
4) flares – rockets XX
5) navigators – passengers
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15-07-2013, 02:51 AM
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