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REF. Pergunta/Resposta
vestibular:Ita
tópico:Ingles

sub-grupo:
pergunta: Without Fear of Be Happy (Sem medo de ser feliz) é o título, em inglês que um periódico paulista atribuiu ao livro do jornalista americano Ken Silverstein sobre a campanha de Lula à Presidência da República em 1989. Examinando o título, você diria que:

a) Está estruturalmente correto. b) Deveria ser: "Without Fear of Been Happy" c) Deveria ser: "Without Fear of to Be Happy" d) Deveria ser: "Without Fear of Being Happy" e) Deveria ser: "Without Fear to Be Happy"



resposta:[D]

vestibular:Unicamp
tópico:interpretacao-texto

sub-grupo:
pergunta:"No one in Vietnam has a clock as tall as a man". Como o narrador justifica essa declaração?



resposta:O tempo no Vietnã não é tão importante quanto para os ocidentais.

vestibular:Unesp
tópico:Verbos

sub-grupo:
pergunta:Assinale a alternativa que preenche corretamente a lacuna. He__________to return to his home.

a) not wanted. b) wanted. c) did wanted. d) does wanted. e) to want.



resposta:[B]

vestibular:Ufes
tópico:interpretacao-texto

sub-grupo:
pergunta:Summarize in ONE SENTENCE the CENTRAL IDEA contained in each of the texts below. USE YOUR OWN WORDS.

A recent news story in Washington, D.C., reports that, of 184 persons convicted of gun possession in a six-month period, only 14 received a jail sentence. Forty-six other cases involved persons who had previously been convicted of a felony or possession of a gun. Although the maximum penalty for such repeaters in the District of Columbia is ten years in prison, half of these were not jailed at all. A study last year revealed that in New York City which has about the most prohibitive gun legislation in the country, only one of six people convicted of crimes involving weapons went to jail.
Barry Goldwater



resposta:Only some people convicted of gun possession are jailed.

vestibular:Cesgranrio
tópico:Pronomes

sub-grupo:
pergunta:The following sentences should be completed with FEW or LITTLE. I - Many of us tried but very ____ succeeded. II - To our surprise, changes in foreign policy were _____. III - That school is so expensive that only _____ children can attend it. IV - That crane can lift objects weighing a _____ hundred pounds. V - We had _____ chance of success. The sentence which must be completed which FEW are:

a) I and IV, only. b) II and III, only. c) I, II and V, only. d) I, II, III and IV, only. e) II, III, IV and V, only.



resposta:[D]

vestibular:Ime
tópico:interpretacao-texto

sub-grupo:
pergunta:Traduza o texto a seguir

SMART CLASS

American carmakers love to take military research and technology and spin it off to help sell cars. The ubiquitous air bag, for example, was inflated partly through a joint venture between automakers and defense-industry ballistic and pyrotechnic scientists. Now consider the microwave impulse radar (MIR), which promises to make that innovation look primitive.
Developed by engineer Tom McEwan at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California to measure nuclear- fusion reactions, MIR is a $10 radar-on-chip that sends and receives signals through inch-long antennas. Detroit is licensing these chips from Livermore and scrambling to engineer them into cars faster than you can say "options package". In prototype cars, a transmitter embedded in the taillight, trunk lid or rear bumper emits 1 million ultra-short MIR pulses per second; if the beam encounters a wall, curb or vehicle as driver tries to park, an alarm sounds. Or, the signals sweep across a car s blind spots: if the driver signals for a lane change and the radar beam detects and oncoming car, the system triggers a warning light on the dashboard and even taps the brakes. MIR will add about $200 to the base price of a car and should be available in some 1997 luxury models of U.S. cars for these uses and more. There are so many applications say McEwan, that "it s like uncorking a genie."
(NEWSWEEK, AUGUST, 1995)



resposta:Vocabulário:
ubiquitous - sempre presente (famigerado)
uncorking - soltar

vestibular:Outros
tópico:Pronomes

sub-grupo:
pergunta:Complete as orações a seguir com os Pronomes Relativos WHO ou WHICH:


a) John Kennedy, ________ was an American president, was shot in Dallas in 1963.
b) Shakespeare, ________ wrote Romeo and Juliet, was English.
c) Milk, ________ is a dairy product, is gook for our bones.
d) Heitor Villa-Lobos, ________ is Brazilian, composed Bachianas Brasileiras.
e) Technology, ________ brings us comfort, is a result of scientific investigation.
f) We are studying ecology, ________ is a modern science.



resposta:a) who
b) who
c) which
d) who
e) which
f) which

vestibular:Fuvest
tópico:Conjuncao

sub-grupo:
pergunta:Traduza só as expressões entre aspas:

He passed the exam, though he was not prepared. I have to leave now, or else I ll miss the train.



resposta:though = embora
or else = se não

vestibular:Cesgranrio
tópico:interpretacao-texto

sub-grupo:
pergunta:The phrase "invisible lunatic", produced by the computer as the English equivalent for "out of sight, out of mind" in Russian, really means...

a) a lunatic blindman. b) a madman that can t see. c) a crazy person who can t be seen. d) the dark side of the moon. e) the hidden lunar surface.



resposta:[C]

vestibular:Cesgranrio
tópico:Conjuncao

sub-grupo:
pergunta:Choose the word or phrase that could be replaced by HOWEVER in the text.

a) then (ref.:6) b) that (ref.:7) c) Furthermore (ref.:11) d) In spite of (ref.:13) e) Yet (ref.:14)



resposta:[E]

vestibular:Unirio
tópico:falsoscognatos

sub-grupo:
pergunta:A opção que contém um falso cognato é:

a) enthusiasts. b) processes. c) outdoors. d) spades. e) parts.



resposta:[D]

vestibular:Ufes
tópico:interpretacao-texto

sub-grupo:
pergunta:USE YOUR OWN WORDS to answer the following comprehension questions
IN COMPLETE SENTENCES. DO NOT COPY FROM THE TEXT!

Why did Carlitos decide to write his letters on a different stationary?



resposta:Because it was his way of writing.

 


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