1 P á g i n a 69 Curso Intensivo Pré-Vestibular UFPB 2012 Campus I (João Pessoa) Língua inglesa Elayne Sousa / Maykson Costa / Esdras Jr. Professor Responsável: Prof. Dr. Luiz de Sousa Jr. (Chefe de Gabinete Reitor UFPB) Coordenadora Pedagógico: Sabrina Grisi P. de Alencar Apoio Pedagógico: Jivago Correia Barbosa Coordenador de Área: Francisco das C. G. de Lima
2 P á g i n a 70 ENEM 1) (Guia Prático novo ENEM) Na embalagem de um produto lê-se: Para mais detalhes sobre os nossos produtos, disque Night Day ou acesse nosso site Pode-se afirmar que: A) Os serviços de atendimento ao consumidor funcionam 24 horas por dia. B) O atendimento através do serviço é feito em língua inglesa. C) A empresa dificulta o contato com os consumidores dos seus produtos. D) É necessário ter computador para entrar em contato com o atendimento. E) O atendimento ao cliente é feito somente por telefone. 02) (Guia Prático novo ENEM) Atualmente é comum encontrar em embalagens e propagandas de inúmeros produtos termos e expressões em línguas estrangeiras tais como natural colors e for kids. Isso ocorre porque: A) não temos, em língua portuguesa, palavras equivalentes. B) os consumidores, no Brasil, falam fluentemente línguas estrangeiras. C) se imagina que o uso desses termos confere maior requinte aos produtos. D) houve um aumento do número de imigrantes no Brasil nas últimas décadas. E) é indiferente o uso de termos estrangeiros para especificar um produto. 03) (Guia Prático novo ENEM) Na bula de pílulas anticoncepcionais lê-se: This product does not protect against HIV infections AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases. Pode-se afirmar que o medicamento: A) Protege apenas contra as doenças sexualmente transmissíveis. B) Diminui o risco de contágio da AIDS e de outras doenças. C) Não protege conta a AIDS e outras doenças sexualmente transmissíveis. D) Evita AIDS e outras doenças sexualmente transmissíveis. E) Não deve ser usado por portadores do vírus HIV. 04 (Guia Prático novo ENEM) O texto abaixo é: Sandra Rawson David Osbourne Request the honor of your presence at their marriage Saturday, the first of December two thousand and eleven at half past three o clock at Christ Church, Greenwich, and afterward at the reception Round Hill Country Club. R.S.V.R A) Carta de notificação de compra de uma casa. B) Anúncio de festa beneficente em uma igreja. C) Alerta ao consumidor de defeito de aparelho. D) Nota sobre falecimento. E) Convite para a cerimônia de casamento. 05) (Guia Prático novo ENEM) O Brasil ocupa posição de destaque no panorama turístico internacional, encantando estrangeiros com suas belezas naturais. Com base no texto abaixo, a praia de Ponta das Canas: Ponta das Canas Beach Florianópolis, Brazil Distant 34km from downtown, Ponta das Canas shines for its natural beauty and calm and usually warm water. Its white sand beach is 1.9km long. It s a good option for water sports. It is very requested by international tourists. A) atrai apenas turistas estrangeiros. B) atrai turistas por suas águas frias. C) oferece areia terapêutica. D) dista 34km do continente. E) favorece a prática de esportes aquáticos. 06) O texto publicitário é resultado da união de vários fatores: psicológicos, sociais e econômicos, como também do uso de efeitos retóricos e icônicos aos quais não faltam figuras de linguagem, técnicas argumentativas e mecanismos de persuasão, entre outros. Vários segmentos da sociedade utilizam esse tipo de texto em prol de projetos sociais. A International Advertising Association, no texto abaixo, tenta convencer as pessoas a:
3 P á g i n a 71 A) Ajudar financeiramente. B) Divulgar a campanha. C) Participar afetivamente. D) Doar roupas e alimentos. E) Refletir sobre a campanha. 07) De acordo com o texto abaixo: a) Bullying não é legal, mas não afeta ninguém. b) Qualquer pessoa pode ser vítima de bullying. c) Bullying é um problema que só acontece na escola. d) Bullying é algo normal na adolescencia. e) Não há como parar o bullying. 08) De acordo com o cartoon ao lado, podemos afirmar que: a) Todos deveriam usar carros para chegar ao trabalho. b) Se todos usassem carros chegariam mais rápido ao trabalho. c) O uso de transportes públicos prejudica o transito. d) Optar por transportes públicos diminui o congestionamento. e) Os transportes públicos na cidade são pouco eficientes.
4 P á g i n a 72 09) De acordo com o texto a seguir podemos afirmar que: a) Diversos insetos prejudicam as plantações. b) Os insetos já devoraram 1/3 da comida global. c) Alguns insetos são importantes para a produção de alimento mundial. d) Todos os insetos são prejudiciais a saúde. e) O uso de insetos polinizadores é muito caro. 10) O texto seguinte é: FIREWORKS CAN BE DANGEROUS Keep them in a closed box Follow instructions Read instructions by torchlight Light at arm s length Stand back Never go back to a firework Never put them in your pocket Never throw them Keep pets indoors a) uma série de recomendações sobre como conservar fogos de artifício em casa. b) uma propaganda de um fabricante de fogos. c) uma série de instruções sobre como acender fogos. d) um alerta para o perigo que os fogos representam. e) uma proibição quanto ao uso de fogos. As tiras abaixo servirão de base para as questões 11, 12 e 13. Later
5 P á g i n a 73 Disponível em: <http://www.garfield.com/comics/comics_archives_strip.html?2008 ga080429>. Acesso em: 12 jun ) Considerando-se as informações contidas no primeiro quadro, pode-se afirmar que o telefone do rapaz... A) ajusta o relógio digital automaticamente. B) foi adquirido naquele dia. C) envia mensagens de voz gratuitamente. D) dispõe de várias funções. 12) No terceiro quadro, o termo but expressa A) agressão. B) retificação. C) exclusão. D) recuperação. 13) O elemento lingüístico later estabelece uma articulação A) temporal. B) proporcional. C) causal. D) condicional. Leia o fragmento textual que segue e responda as questões de 14 a 18. Brazil's giant offshore oil discoveries A key argument of "Peak-Oil" and "Fossil-Fuel" theorists is no new giant oilfield discoveries have been 3 made in recent years. Oil "experts" are locked into the belief that oil is a fossil fuel, and pretty soon we are bound to have found and drilled all the oil that ever 6 was. What about Brazil? The experience of Brazil's offshore drilling is proving that giant new oil fields are out there, waiting to be discovered, just off shore along the continental shelf. Petrobras, 9 Brazil's largest oil company is moving Brazil from being nearly 100 percent dependent on foreign oil imports only some 50 years ago, toward becoming a net oil exporter in the next few years. How? Brazil has realized spectacular results by developing the technology to drill 12 ultra-deep offshore wells in Brazil's Barracuda and Caratinga oil fields, in the Campos Basin some 50 miles into the Atlantic Ocean east of Rio de Janeiro. Disponível em: <http://www.wnd.com/news/article.asp?article_id=47265>. Acesso em: 30 jun ) De acordo com os estudiosos mencionados no primeiro período do fragmento, A) foram vantajosas as transações relativas à exportação do petróleo bruto nacional. B) foi perfurado, recentemente, igual número de poços de petróleo em mar e em terra. C) não foi interrompida a busca por petróleo a cinqüenta milhas da costa brasileira. D) não foram descobertos, nos últimos anos, novos campos significativos de petróleo. 15) No entendimento dos especialistas referidos na linha 3, é provável que A) sejam logo liberados subsídios para a implantação de projetos. B) o petróleo restante no planeta se esgote inteiramente em breve. C) o país intensifique as negociações comerciais no exterior. D) sejam retomadas as pesquisas sobre combustíveis fósseis. 16) O fragmento informa que A) construir grande quantidade de plataformas é garantia de crescimento econômico. B) dar prioridade aos campos petrolíferos já descobertos é um investimento seguro. C) o petróleo extraído em terra ainda é suficiente para suprir as necessidades do país. D) ainda existem campos petrolíferos a serem descobertos na plataforma continental. 17) Segundo o fragmento, A) a Petrobras, atualmente, deveria investir menos na região próxima à Bacia de Campos. B) a Petrobras precisa operar, efetivamente, nos campos de petróleo situados no oeste do Oceano Atlântico.
6 P á g i n a 74 C) o Brasil passará a ser, em poucas décadas, o maior exportador de petróleo do continente. D) o Brasil desenvolveu uma tecnologia para explorar petróleo, no mar, em grandes profundidades. 18) Do fragmento, pode-se inferir que a Petrobras A) foi bem-sucedida em empreendimentos realizados na região Sudeste. B) contava, no início de seu funcionamento, com uma equipe mais qualificada. C) adota, de países vizinhos, medidas para minimizar os impactos ambientais. D) atua ao longo da área litorânea do Rio de Janeiro há cinqüenta anos. Leia o fragmento textual a seguir e responda às questões de 19 a 22. Brain Rays For years cancer patients have had recourse to a noninvasive surgical technique in which doctors zap tumors with focused beams of radiation. The technology was first used on brain-cancer patients because doctors can easily clamp the head in 3 place, keeping the tumor rock steady. More recently the machines have gotten better at compensating for the patient's movement from breathing, say allowing doctors to treat tumors elsewhere in 6 the body. Now doctors at Korea's St. Mary's Hospital are using a device called CyberKnife, made by Accuray in Sunnyvale, California, to treat patients with severe depression and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Other doctors think the technique could be useful to treat 9 Parkinson's and epilepsy patients. Since the radiation creates permanent lesions in the brain, the method is controversial and may take years to win acceptance. ELLISON, Jesse. Brain Rays. Newsweek. New York, v. 149, n. 16/17, April 16-23, p ) As técnicas cirúrgicas não-invasivas a que o fragmento se refere foram inicialmente empregadas no tratamento de A) doença de Parkinson. B) convulsões epilépticas. C) câncer cerebral. D) distúrbios respiratórios. As questões seguintes dizem respeito ao dispositivo CyberKnife (linha 6). 20) Há médicos utilizando-o em pacientes que apresentam A) lesão cerebral. B) transtorno obsessivo-compulsivo. C) tumor bronco-pulmonar. D) dificuldade de locomoção. 21) O dispositivo teve origem A) num hospital do sistema público de saúde. B) na Coréia do Sul. C) nos Estados Unidos. D) numa universidade da rede privada. 22) Em relação ao uso do novo método, pode-se afirmar a) Há objeção na comunidade médica. b) Impede que ocorram lesões permanentes. c) Reduz os riscos de efeitos colaterais. d) É aplicado para tratar quatro patologias. (UFRN-2009) 23) O cartoon é um gênero textual que representa uma situação humorística, de caráter extremamente crítico retratando de uma forma bastante sintetizada algo que envolve o cotidiano de uma sociedade. Com base nesta definição, a narrativa do cartoon abaixo sugere que o professor: A) pressiona psicologicamente os alunos com relação às suas responsabilidades. B) estimula a conservação adequada de embriões de porcos e vacas. C) motiva os estudantes a se prepararem para os testes. D) questiona os meios de preservação de certos tipos de animais. E) ameaça os estudantes que maltratarem os animais citados.
7 P á g i n a 75 Leia o texto a seguir e responda a questão 24: The Lost Children Michael Jackson We pray for our fathers, pray for our mothers Wishing our families well We sing songs for the wishing, of those who are kissing But not for the missing Chorus 1 So this one's for all the lost children This one's for all the lost children This one's for all the lost children, wishing them well And wishing them home When you sit there addressing, counting your blessings Biding your time When you lay me down sleeping and my heart is weeping Because I'm keeping a place Chorus 2 For all the lost children This is for all the lost children This one's for all the lost children, wishing them well And wishing them home Home with their fathers, Snug close and warm, loving their mothers I see the door simply wide open But no one can find thee Chorus 3 So pray for all the lost children Let's pray for all the lost children Just think of all the lost children, wishing them well This is for all the lost children This one's for all the lost children Just think of all the lost children Wishing them well, and wishing them home 24) A música é um grande instrumento de divulgação cultural, bem como de propagação, disseminação das ideias e ideais dos seus respectivos autores. Músicas podem assumir funções variadas, como por exemplo, criticar problemas sociais, cultuar religiões, fazer uma abordagem artística, transpor o mundo criativo de crianças, jovens e adultos, entre outros. Considerando o tema abordado na letra da música acima, podemos afirmar que o autor: A) exige providências das famílias quanto ao problema das crianças perdidas. B) pede ajuda à sociedade para abrigar as crianças abandonadas. C) convida a todos a orar pelas crianças desaparecidas. D) apela aos pais a não abandonarem seus filhos. E) sugere uma canção em prol das crianças desprezadas. "Animal cruelty shows itself in many ways. Nearly 20% of abused children in turn abuse animals. That's why, when an RSPCA* Inspector discovers a child is responsible for an act of animal cruelty, they know it may not only be the pet that needs help. Often by alerting welfare organizations, our inspectors have helped prevent not just animal abuse but child abuse." Advertising Agency: The Campaign Palace Sydney, Australia Executive Creative Director: Paul Fishlock Art Director: Andrew Town, Thom Davy Typographer: Thom Davy - Photographer: Andreas Smetana Copywriter: Laurie Ingram Other Additional Credits: Kristen Castree, Jeremy Graham, Suzanne King, Amanda Redgrave, David * Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Disponível em: Acesso em 12/04/ ) A Declaração Universal dos Direitos dos Animais afirma em seu preâmbulo: Considerando que o respeito dos homens pelos animais está ligado ao respeito dos homens pelo seu semelhante, proclama-se o seguinte: nenhum animal será submetido nem a maus tratos nem a atos cruéis (artigo 3º). Tal declaração tem em comum com o texto Animal cruelty shows itself in many ways o fato de ambos A) afirmarem que o desrespeito aos animais é conseqüência do desrespeito ao próprio ser humano.
8 P á g i n a 76 B) garantirem que os animais não serão mal tratados se o homem valorizar seu próximo. C) assegurarem o respeito à criança e aos animais através da implementação de leis de proteção. D) declararem que não é admissível atos de crueldade do ser humano contra os animais. E) apoiarem a preservação da integridade dos animais através da valorização dos direitos do ser humano. Disponível em Acesso em: 4, set ) O uso massivo das redes sociais, notadamente Twitter e Facebook, foi fundamental para agregar adeptos para a revolta popular que resultou na renúncia do ditador egípcio Mubarak, que governava o país há 30 anos. Por meio dessas redes sociais, os revoltos, não apenas organizaram as manifestações, como também informavam a população sobre os desdobramentos da revolta. Mais do que isso, tornaram-se fonte, em tempo real, para a mídia do mundo inteiro, que não tinha acesso direto ao que estava acontecendo. O fragmento da reportagem acima mostra que: A) O líder da revolução, Wael Ghonim, foi preso por causa de um tweet anônimo. B) Os tweets de Wael Ghonim provocaram revoltas por parte do governo, que não concordava com suas idéias. C) O líder da revolução foi libertado e consagrado como herói nacional após a queda do governo. D) Apesar de a revolução ter objetivos bem definidos, não possuiu um líder oficial. E) Whael Ghonim foi o primeiro a comentar e curtir o tweet sobre a morte de Khaled Said, um empresário assassinado pela policia egípcia.
9 P á g i n a 77 Disponível em Acesso em: 5, set ) Propagandas publicitárias estão presentes no dia-a-dia dos seres humanos por todos os lados. Essas carregam consigo a capacidade de surpreender o leitor de diversas maneiras. A criatividade empregada na produção de uma propaganda pode fazer com que a empresa ou órgão público que a fez alcance seus objetivos. Diante da imagem acima podemos dizer que: A) O governo quer que as pessoas reduzam os gastos com itens supérfluos, a fim de combater a inflação. B) A companhia de abastecimento de energia pede que as pessoas reduzam o consumo de energia. C) A propaganda acima foi destruída por vândalos que não concordavam com as ideias expostas nela. D) A companhia de abastecimento de água alerta as pessoas sobre os perigos da água mal tratada. E) A companhia de abastecimento de água alerta as pessoas para utilizarem apenas a quantidade que elas precisam. Brazil World Cup 2014: Preparations face familiar woes [ ]It is a familiar tale. With three years to go they are running behind schedule and costs are rising. But chances are, as usual, they will pull it off at the last minute. There is a broader point, however. Many of the problems the World Cup organisers are facing, such as poor infrastructure and red tape, are ones that have been holding back Brazil's economy for decades. Disponível em Acesso em: 5, set ) De acordo com o texto acima, dois dos principais problemas enfrentados pelos organizadores da copa do mundo de 2014 são: A) A burocracia e o sinal vermelho dado pelos clubes brasileiros. B) A pobre infraestrutura do país e o sinal vermelho dado pelos investidores britânicos. C) A falta de investimentos nas obras e a falta de infraestrutura das sedes da copa. D) A pobre infraestrutura e a burocracia do país. E) A burocracia e a quantidade de semáforos das grandes cidades brasileiras.
10 P á g i n a 78 Disponível em Acesso em: 5, set ) Dez anos atrás os Estados Unidos viviam um dos momentos mais trágicos de sua história. Em 11 de setembro de 2001, uma série de ataques terroristas coordenados pela Al-Qaeda parou o mundo ao fazer o que era aparentemente impossível. Terroristas seqüestraram quatro aviões comerciais, dois deles atingiram as Torres Gêmeas do World Trade Center, o terceiro avião atingiu o pentágono em Virginia e o quarto avião felizmente caiu em um campo, na Pensilvânia. Ao observar a imagem acima, levando em consideração a figura de Tio Sam e a frase The permanent Scar, pode-se dizer que: A) A data 9 de novembro simboliza uma ferida permanente para os Estados Unidos. B) A data 11 de setembro simboliza uma ferida permanente para os Estados Unidos. C) A data 11 de setembro simboliza uma cicatriz permanente para os Estados Unidos. D) Tio Sam ficou eternizado como o símbolo dos atentados terroristas de 11 de setembro. E) A tatuagem no peito de Tio Sam representa a revolta permanente Estadunidense. Tablets Are the Best Way to Show Textbooks Tablets are capable of offering enhanced ebooks featuring images, video and audio. These elements are impossible to include in print or in a standard ebook. Read about music? No thanks, I ll follow my auto-advancing sheet music as the audio plays. See a picture of Martin Luther King, Jr. as I read his I Have a Dream speech? I guess that s fine, but with one tap of my finger, I m watching it. The result is a more integrated learning experience, which is more engaging for students. This isn t the future this is today. By allowing students to highlight text, take notes in the margin and access a dictionary directly within the book itself, tablets are matching (and in some cases, surpassing) everything that a traditional book print or digital can offer. Disponível em Acesso em: 5, set ) Tablets vêm se tornando cada vez mais comuns entre os jovens nos dias de hoje. Com esses, é possível acessar s, redes sociais, ler arquivos, etc. No entanto, quando o assunto é sala de aula, esse tópico divide opiniões. Alguns são a favor, outros são contra o uso desses apetrechos tecnológicos na sala de aula. Baseando-se no texto acima, é possível afirmar que a intenção do autor é: A) Dizer ao leitor que os tablets deveriam ser utilizados em sala de aula diante de todas as vantagens que esses dispõem. B) Provar que os tablets não devem ser utilizados em sala de aula, pois distraem o aluno. C) Apontar as vantagens e desvantagens de ter um tablet em sala de aula. D) Justificar que o uso dos tablets deve ser feito restritamente pelo professor. E) Justificar que o uso dos tablets deve ser feito restritamente pelo Aluno.
11 P á g i n a 79 PSS 1 e 2 Leia o fragmento textual a seguir e responda às questões de 31 a 36. (UFC-2010) Brazil, the New Oil Superpower State-run Petrobras monstrous new oil find has wide-ranging implications for the South American country, the oil majors, oil services providers, and beyond. In a recent radio broadcast, Brazil s President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva said he s convinced a higher power has taken a shining to Brazil. That, he said, might explain the providence of state-run oil company Petrobras, whose colossal new oil discovery could transform Brazil from a barely selfsufficient producer into a major crude exporter. Petrobras announced Nov. 8 it has found between 5 billion and 8 billion barrels of light oil and gas at the Tupi field, 155 miles offshore southern Brazil in an area it shares with Britain s BG Group and Portugal s Galp Energy. Tupi is the world s biggest oil find since a 12 billion-barrel Kazakh field was discovered in 2000, and the largest ever in deep waters. Perhaps more important, Petrobras believes Tupi may be Brazil s first of several new elephants, an industry term for outsize fields of more than 1 billion barrels. Adapted from: 31. The main purpose of this text is to: a) comment on a huge oil finding that has the potential to transform Brazil into a sizable exporter. b) prove Tupi field superiority in comparison to the 12 billion-barrel Kazakh production. c) explain how to turn a barely self-sufficient producer into a major crude oil exporter. d) discuss the implications of state-run Petrobras new finding for the Brazilian society. e) inform Tupi real oil production. 32. Which alternative contradicts the ideas in the text? a) Tupi is the largest oil field discovered in deep waters. b) Tupi is located at 155 miles from the Brazilian South coast. c) Tupi could transform Brazil into a major crude oil exporter. d) Petrobras new oil find will only have implications inside Brazil. e) Kazakh field oil production is larger than Tupi potential oil production. 33. The sentence, a higher power has taken a shining to Brazil can be paraphrased as: a) the oil majors will offer Brazil a sit in their table from now on. b) an influence which is not human in origin liked Brazil. c) oil services providers liked Brazil immediately. d) the world s oil cartel is considered a higher power. e) Petrobras monstrous new oil find is now shinning. 34. According to the text, it is correct to say that: a) State-run Petrobras new oil find has very few implications for the South American country, the oil majors, oil services providers. b) the new oil discovery will definitely transform Brazil from a barely self-sufficient producer into a major crude exporter. c) it is expected that Tupi is just the first of many other Brazilian outsize oil fields. d) Petrobras is the only company which is going to explore the reserve found. e) Tupi is the world's biggest oil find of all times. 35. The pronoun That (line 04) refers to: a) Brazil. b) radio broadcast. c) colossal new oil discovery. d) the providence of state-run oil company Petrobras. e) a higher power has taken a shining to Brazil. 36. Mark the alternative which matches the definition. : one of high quality and great importance; great(er). a) self-suffucient (lines 05-06)
12 P á g i n a 80 b) major (line 06) c) crude (line 06) d) first (line 10) e) outsize (line 11) Read the text and answer 57 to 64, according to it. (UFPB 2011) Poems for the People - Poems by the People We all build up a fantasy of what the perfect person should be. As time goes on we realize that we live in a fantasy. Some are luckier than others to at least get a glimpse of their fantasy. I've been fortunate to get that glimpse Fantasy by Virgo All my life I had built up a fantasy of the perfect man. Countless romance stories and fables helped make that fantasy a reality in my mind. Searching for that fantasy leads to many disappointments. Reality made it clear that there was no such man. And as the years went by, the fantasy started to fade away - until I met you. I had almost given up on the fantasy until my fantasy became reality, that reality became you. It is so true, In my point of view too! Visitor Comments Patrick I loved this poem. It tells that we all have a fantasy waiting to come true. This is such a good poem! It deeply touched me. I love this poem. It explains exactly how I feel about my husband. I thought I would never find that special him, until He found Me. oh how I wish I could say the same. but I will remember this poem, that's for sure. sweetness Bernie Maria Lena There are 46 Additional Visitor Comments (click to read them) Disponível em: <http://www.netpoets.com/poems/love/ htm>. Acesso em: 21 jun (Texto adaptado.) 57. Considering the characteristics of the whole text, it is correct say that it is from a) a teen fashion magazine. c) a fantastic modern tale. e) a romantic short story. b) an interactive virtual site. d) a formal business It is correct to say that the message in Virgo s poem is: a) Fantasy may become reality. d) Fantasies need be perfect. b) Ideal men have to be real. e) Disappointment might cause fantasy. c) Dreams must come true. 59. According to the story in the poem, it is correct to say: a) Virgo gave up dreaming about the perfect man. b) Virgo disappointed the perfect man. c) Virgo has already found the perfect man. d) Virgo stopped to look at the perfect man. e) Virgo designed a fantasy for the perfect man. 60. The verses 3 and 4 Countless romance stories and fables / helped make that fantasy a reality in my mind. mean that a) just a few stories and fables helped with Virgo s fantasy. b) only some stories and fables helped with Virgo s fantasy. c) hardly any stories and fables helped with Virgo s fantasy. d) all of the stories and fables helped with Virgo s fantasy. e) too many stories and fables helped with Virgo s fantasy.
13 P á g i n a Virgo s poem states that a) a special man wrote countless stories based on the search. b) the ideal man became real by the end of the search. c) romance stories frustrated many women after the search. d) the perfect man and woman were objects of the search. e) fantasy became disappointment at the very end of the search. ATENÇÃO: As questões de 62 a 64 apresentam mais de uma afirmativa correta. 62. Considering the visitors comments on Virgo s poem, identify the correct statements: I. One of them says she won t forget Virgo s poem. II. Both Maria and Lena are happy about their husbands. III. Some of them said they really enjoyed the poem. IV. Every one of them had a personal response to the poem. V. None of them explains their point of view about the poem. 63. Considering the visitors comments on Virgo s poem, identify the correct propositions: I. Patrick agrees with Virgo s fantasy of the perfect man. II. Sweetness fantasy of the perfect man became reality too. III. Bernie felt really moved by the message in Virgo s poem. IV. Lena predicts she will meet the perfect man one day. V. Maria had a similar experience as the one in Virgo s poem. 64. Considering Maria s words in the Visitor Comments, identify the correct statements: I. She said she met her husband. II. She said she hated the poem. III. She said her husband was special. IV. She said her fantasy came true. V. She said her husband found her. Leia o fragmento textual a seguir e responda às questões de 37 a 42. About swine flu Swine flu is the common name given to a new strain of influenza (flu). It is called swine flu because it is thought to have originated in pigs, but this is not certain. The most common symptoms are a fever, sore throat, diarrhea, headache, feeling generally unwell and a dry cough. In other words, the symptoms are very similar to seasonal (regular) flu. Most people recover within a week, even without special treatment. Pandemic The virus was first identified in Mexico in April It has since become a pandemic, which means it has spread around the globe. It has spread quickly because it is a new type of flu virus that few, if any, people have full resistance to. Flu pandemics are a natural event that occur from time to time. Last century, there were flu pandemics in 1918, 1957 and 1968, when millions of people died across the world. In most cases the virus has proved relatively mild. However, around the world more than 1,700 people have died and it is not yet clear how big a risk the virus is. For this reason, and because all viruses can mutate to become more potent (stronger), scientists are saying we need to be careful. High-risk groups Some people are more at risk of complications if they catch swine flu, and need to start taking antivirus as soon as it is confirmed that they have the illness. Doctors may advise some high-risk patients to take antivirus before they have symptoms, if someone close to them has swine flu. People at risk are: patients who have had drug treatment for asthma in the past three years, pregnant women, people aged 65 and over, and children under five. To stop the virus spreading The most important way is to have good respiratory and hand hygiene. In other words, always sneeze in to a tissue, and quickly put it in a bin. Wash your hands and home and work surfaces regularly and thoroughly to kill the virus.
14 P á g i n a 82 (UFPE-2010) Choose the correct answer. 37) The flu is called swine flu because A) it has common symptoms. B) people generally feel unwell. C) it is not certain the flu is originated in pigs. D) people believe it came from pigs. E) most people recover within a week. 38). The swine flu appeared A) last year. B) this year. C) last century. D) next year. E) in 1, ) What is a pandemic? A) A virus identified in Mexico in April B) A virus identified in Mexico. C) A virus identified by scientists. D) A new virus. E) An illness that spreads all over the world. 40) pregnant women means A) mulheres pragmáticas. B) mulheres preparadas. C) mulheres grávidas. D) mulheres com crianças de colo. E) mulheres imunes ao vírus. 41) One of the best ways of not spreading the virus is A) having good hand hygiene. B) avoiding hand hygiene. C) not washing the hands. D) sneezing in the hands. E) passing the hands on the eyes. 42) The sentence millions of people died across the world in the interrogative form is A) Did millions of people died across the world? B) Did millions of people dye across the world? C) Did millions of people dying across the world? D) Did millions of people die across the world? E) Did millions of people are dying across the world? Read the text and answer questions 57 to 64, according to it. (UFPB 2012) Adora Svitak: Tiny Literary Giant at 12 Adora started writing when she was four years old. She hasn t stopped since. At six, Adora received a laptop computer from her mother, on which she quickly amassed a collection of hundreds of short stories and hundreds of thousands of words typing at 70 words per minute. At the age of seven, Adora achieved her dream of becoming a published author with the release of Flying Fingers: Master the Tools of Learning Through the Joy of Writing. The book featured several of Adora s short stories, along with her writing tips, typing tips, and advice from her mother. At age 11, Adora published a second book, Dancing Fingers, with her older sister, Adrianna. Today, Adora is 12 and she has transformed her writing success into speaking and teaching success. She has spoken at over 400 schools and presented at the annual TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) conference. She s also planning a conference of her own, for kids and by kids, called TEDx Redmond. She has been featured on Good Morning America and on CNN. Adora also maintains a blog and attends an online public school. She is in the eighth grade.
15 P á g i n a 83 Disponível em: <http://juniorbiz.com/adora-svitak-interview>. Acesso em: 02 jun (Texto adaptado.) 57. According to the first paragraph, when Adora got a laptop from her mother, she started a) publishing seventy stories per month. d) typing a great number of stories. b) reading thousands of stories weekly. e) telling less and less stories online. c) writing a smaller number of stories. 58. The sentence [...] Adora achieved her dream of becoming a published author [...] (line 4) means that: a) Adora is having her first book published. d) Adora will have her first book published. b) Adora may have her first book published. e) Adora should have her first book published. c) Adora already had her first book published. 59. According to the text, it is concluded that Adora is a) an indolent child. c) an unpublished writer. e) a limited speaker. b) a famous prodigy. d) a frustrated kid. 60. The text states that a) Adora s mother obliges her to write. d) Adora s sister becomes a writer at eleven. b) Adora presents a talk show on CNN. e) Adora intends to promote her own conference. c) Adora prefers to teach young children. 61. The title of the text Adora Svitak: Tiny literary Giant at 12 says that Adora is a) a small girl who writes literary books about a giant named Tiny. b) a 12-year-old girl who has been successful in writing literature. c) a young kid who has written about twelve imaginary giants. d) a 12-year-old kid who prefers technology and design to writing. e) a great literary writer who has published 12 books until now. ATENÇÃO: As questões de 62 a 64 apresentam mais de uma afirmativa correta. 62. Considering Adora s literary production, identify the correct statements: I. Flying Fingers made her a published author. II. Dancing Fingers contained her mother s advice. III. Dancing Fingers was a co-production with her sister. IV. Flying Fingers had typing tips together with stories. V. Dancing Fingers was based on Adora s conferences. 63. Identify the questions whose answers are found in paragraph three of the text: I. How old is Adora now? II. What grade is Adora at school? III. Where has she presented conferences? IV. How many schools does Adora maintain? V. Which media has Adora been featured on? 64. Considering Adora s ages mentioned in the text, identify the correct statements: I. At 4 she began her writing process. II. At 6 she published her first book. III. At 7 she became a faster typist. IV. At 11 she released a new book. V. At 12 she got to the 8 th grade. Read the text and answer questions 57 to 64, according to it. (UFPB 2011) Hands off our rice! While scientific progress on molecular biology has a great potential to increase our understanding of nature and provide new medical tools, it should not be used as justification to turn the environment into a giant genetic experiment by commercial interests. The biodiversity and environmental integrity of the world's food supply is too important to our survival to be put at risk. Genetic engineering (GE) enables scientists to create plants, animals and micro-organisms by manipulating genes in a way that
16 P á g i n a 84 does not occur naturally. These genetically modified organisms (GMOs) can spread through nature and interbreed with natural organisms, thereby contaminating non 'GE' environments and future generations in an unforeseeable and uncontrollable way. Their release is 'genetic pollution' and is a major threat because GMOs cannot be recalled once released into the environment. Because of commercial interests, the public is being denied the right to know about GE ingredientsin the food chain, and therefore losing the right to avoid them despite the presence of labelling laws in certain countries. Biological diversity must be protected and respected as the global heritage of humankind, and one of our world's fundamental keys to survival. Governments are attempting to address the threat of GE with international regulations such as the Biosafety Protocol. GMOs should not be released into the environment since there is not an adequate scientific understanding of their impact on the environment and human health. Greenpeace advocate immediate interim measures such as labelling of GE ingredients, and the segregation of genetically engineered crops and seeds from conventional ones. Greenpeace also oppose all patents on plants, animals and humans, as well as patents on their genes. Life is not an industrial commodity. When we force life forms and our world's food supply to conform to human economic models rather than their natural ones, we do so at our own peril. Disponível em: <http://www.greenpeace.org/international/en/campaigns/agriculture/problem/genetic-engineering/> Acesso em: 11 ago (texto adaptado). Glossary interbreed cruzar spread espalhar peril risco threat ameaça release liberação 57. The objective of the text is: a) To justify the use of commercial interests to sell genetically modified food. b) To advocate in favor of the positive impacts of GMOs on human health. c) To oppose the creation of international regulations on genetic pollution. d) To instruct governments on how to survive uncontrollable economic threats. e) To denounce the dangers of GMOs to biodiversity and environmental integrity. 58. According to the text, it is correct to say that a) GE manipulates genes, therefore it creates plants and animals. b) commercial interests promote GE as well as the laws in certain countries. c) Biosafety Protocol exists in order to protect commercial interests. d) GMOs spread through nature but we control the pollution they provoke. e) governments oppose GE because they avoid international regulations. 59. Paragraph 1 of the text affirms that a) we must increase genetic experiments on nature if we want to live a better life. b) we have to preserve the integrity of biodiversity if we want to survive in our world. c) we might put environment at risk if we oppose patents on plants and animals. d) we can understand nature if we turn it into a giant genetic laboratory. e) we may provide the world with new medical tools if we stop scientific progress. 60. In paragraph 2, the word Their (line 12) refers to: a) natural organisms d) genetically modified organisms b) micro-organisms e) non GE environments c) future generations 61. In the sentence Greenpeace also oppose all patents on plants, animals and humans, as well as patents on their genes. (lines 25-26), the expression as well as means the same as: a) because of. c) and. e) such as. b) thereby. d) therefore. ATENÇÃO: As questões de 62 a 64 apresentam mais de uma afirmativa correta. 62. Identify the questions whose answers are found in paragraphs 3 and 4 of the text: I. Why is the information about GE ingredients in food omitted from the public? II. How many labelling laws are there in certain countries? III. How must biological diversity be treated? IV. What safety measures are governments taking to avoid the threat of GE? V. Who is dealing with regulations related to the threat of GE?
17 P á g i n a Considering the Greenpeace attitude to GE, identify the correct propositions: I. They defend biodiversity and the environment from commercial interests. II. They require respect and protection for biological diversity. III. They advocate all sorts of genetic manipulation on human beings. IV. They demand urgent interim measures for labelling genetic engineering ingredients. V. They denounce the non access of the public to information on GE ingredients in food. 64. Considering the context of the whole text, identify the statements which correspond in meaning to Hands off our rice and Stand up for your rice of the picture. I. Fight for the right of preserving our world s food supply. II. Protest against all patents on existing life in general. III. Cooperate with the manipulation of genes in natural organisms. IV. Contest the interference of genetic engineering in natural crops. V. Allow scientists to release genetic pollution into Nature. PSS 3 O texto a seguir é referência para as questões 01 a 03: Seven decades after Sigmund Freud ran away from the Nazis, Vienna has turned one of his dreams into reality: a university dedicated to psychotherapy. Admissions to the university, named after the Austrian pioneer of psychoanalysis, have increased rapidly since it opened in late "We re the first university worldwide to offer a complete psychotherapy degree, which Freud wrote about in 1928 as his great dream," said Alfred Pritz, founder and rector of Sigmund Freud University." We re realizing that now." After an initial intake of some 40 students, the private college now has more than According to the text above, it s correct to say: A) The university was given the same name as the famous Austrian psychotherapist. B) The university cannot admit more than 500 students. C) The university was based on A. Pritz educational principles. D) Sigmund Freud was elected the first rector of the university. E) Before the Vienna university opened, students had to go abroad to take a degree in psychotherapy. 2. According to the text, Freud s great dream was: A) to have a university offering a complete degree in psychotherapy. B) to be the rector of the Sigmund Freud s University. C) to study in the first university to offer a psychotherapy degree. D) to be worldwide recognized as the pioneer of psychoanalysis. E) to open a university in Vienna in According to the text, identify the correct statement: A) Sigmund Freud wrote about the Nazis plans seven decades ago. B) The Nazis put Sigmund Freud in prison in C) The Nazis adopted some of Freud s ideas about psychoanalysis. D) Sigmund Freud and the Nazis fought for the same ideals. E) Sigmund Freud escaped from the Nazis in the thirties.
18 P á g i n a 86 As questões de 04 a 06 apresentam mais de uma afirmativa correta. Brazil as World s Sixth Largest Economy Brazil is set to become the world s sixth economy by the end of 2011, if projections by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and two leading economic consultancies, the EIU and the BMI, are correct. Brazil will overtake the United Kingdom, demoting it to the number seven spot and continuing a trend up the ranks of global economies after last year leaving Italy behind at number eight. According to the predictions, Brazil s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) will reach US$2.44 trillion by the end of the year, narrowly outstripping the UK s which is set to reach US$2.43 trillion. Brazil s economy grew by 7.5 percent last year after minimal impact by the financial crisis which most countries had to weather in The Brazilian economy may not have boomed quite as much as was hoped this year, but it is still expected to grow by at least three percent, and is predicted to grow by a slightly higher 3.5 percent in This compares with growth in the UK of only 0.7 percent for this and next year. However, Brazil will have to enjoy sixth place while it lasts, as the EIU s projections also suggest Brazil will lose the number six spot to India in 2013; however, it will regain the position again in 2014 as it overtakes France. By 2020, Brazil should be moving up the table one more slot as it leaves behind European powerhouse Germany, by which point its economy will be bigger than that of any European country, and globally only China, the U.S., India and Japan will be bigger. The figures have not come as a surprise to analysts, whose extrapolations have predicted the rise in the Brazilian economy for years. However, they have arrived more quickly than many expected mainly due to the greater effects of the global financial crisis in other countries. ( ) Graph showing GDPs of world's leading economies (not including 1st, 2nd - China, U.S.). Brazil's economy is set to overtake that of the United Kingdom by the end of 2011, photo by Ben Tavener. Disponível em 4. According to the text, choose the correct statements: I. Brazil has been the 6 th position in economy since II. Economists say Brazil will pass the U.K. economy by the end of III. Brazil became the seventh position in world s leading economies last year. IV. Brazilian economy has been decreasing since financial crisis. V. Brazil s economy grew 7.5 percent after not being affected by financial crisis. 5. According to the economists predictions, choose the correct propositions: I. By 2020, Brazil is set to become the 5 th position among the world's leading economies. II. By 2020, Germany will be the only European country that will leaves Brazilian Economy behind. III. Brazil will lose rank to India in 2013, but will get it back in the following year. IV. Predictions suggest Brazil will take Indian position in V. Brazilian economy is predicted to grow slightly next year. 6. According to the text, choose the correct propositions: I. Brazilian economy fell 7.5 percent due to an international financial crisis. II. Brazil will overtake the United Kingdom by the end of the next year. III. Brazil has been one of the eight biggest economies in the world. IV. Economists had never predicted a rise in Brazilian economy. V. Brazilian economy rose faster than expected by economists.
19 P á g i n a 87 Leia o Texto a seguir e responda as perguntas de 7 à 9. Having good health Being health nowadays is something more important than having money. Many are the steps for you to have good health. Here are some of these steps. Food One of the foundations of good health is the right diet food that s right for your metabolism, chosen from real foods that haven t been stripped of their goodness. With a supply of the right nutrients, our bodies have an amazing ability to repair and self-balance. Exercise Exercise is so important to good health. Think about getting a balance between aerobic, strength and stretching exercises. But also make sure you're not doing too much exercise. Fitness is a necessary component of health, but being fit doesn't always mean you're healthy. Allow adequate rest time, and listen to your body's messages. Other Supportive Habits There are many other lifestyle factors that can determine how well we function, and many of these can be improved. Some of these factors are: o Getting adequate water o Breathing good air o Having enough sleep o Taking time for yourself o Enjoying your leisure activities o Spending time with friends and family Therefore, by following these steps, you will probably have good health. Available at: Retrieved November, Mark the right option according to the text A) Exercising is one of the steps somebody must follow to be healthy. B) It does not matter what you eat, you just need to consume the right calories to be healthy. C) You have to do a lot of exercise to be healthy. D) Sleeping is less important than getting adequate water for our health. E) One s lifestyles do not determine his life quality. 8. Mark the right options according to the text. I. The least important exercises are the aerobic ones. II. The most important exercises are the strength ones. III. The most important exercises are the aerobic ones. IV. There should be a balance between the three kinds of exercises shown by the text. V. A good lifestyle must lack exercises. 9. Mark the option that best summarizes the text s main message. A) If you want to be healthy, there are only three steps to follow. B) A healthy lifestyle lacks good food, exercising, etc. C) In order to be healthy, a person should follow some basic steps such as exercising and choosing the right kind of food. D) Money is the only thing people need to be healthy. E) A good lifestyle lacks money. Leia o texto a seguir e responda as questões 1, 2 e 3. Brazil eases rules on conserving Amazon rainforest Brazil's Chamber of Deputies has voted to ease restrictions on the amount of land farmers must preserve as forest. The amended law also grants some amnesties for previous deforestation. Supporters say Brazil needs land to boost agricultural production, while environmentalists say destruction of the Amazon rainforest will increase. Wrangling over the final bill is likely, as Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff indicated she would veto any bill that contained an amnesty. After months of at times acrimonious debate, the Chamber of Deputies voted to overhaul the Forest Code, as the legislation is known. Under the current law, 80% of a farm in the Amazon must remain forested; in other areas, the requirement is lower, falling to 20%. However, in practice, the legislation has not been widely enforced. It is estimated that 20% of the Amazon, the world's biggest rainforest, has been
20 P á g i n a 88 cleared, mainly as a result of logging and farming. Under the new bill, small-scale landowners, who make up the majority of Brazil's farmers, will be exempt from having to replant deforested land. The legislation must now go to the Senate and then to President Rousseff, but her spokesman said she would veto any legislation that included the amnesty. Other changes include allowing the use of previously excluded areas such as hilltops and slopes for some kinds of cultivation; reducing the amount of land that must be left intact along the banks of rivers and streams from 30m (100ft) to 15m (50ft) and; allowing farmers to count forest alongside rivers and lakes on their land as part of their conserved area, so reducing the total amount of land they need to protect or reforest The changes were proposed by Aldo Rebelo form Brazil's Communist Party (PCdoB), who argued that the existing rules prevented small farmers from making best use of their land to lift themselves out of poverty. Farmers' groups backed the changes, saying Brazil, as one of the biggest exporters of soy, beef and sugar, needed to boost food production in times of high commodity prices. "None of the world's large farm producers that compete with Brazil - the United States, Europe, China, Argentina and Australia - obliges its producers to preserve any forest," the National Agriculture Confederation (CNA) said. Philip Fearnside of the National Institute of Amazon Research (INPA) said the amnesty would "legalise the illegal". "People believe they can deforest illegally because sooner or later all will be forgiven," he told the Associated Press. But CNA Vice President Assuero Veronez said the changes would not increase deforestation. "We do not have to cut down one single tree. We can increase agricultural output in already deforested areas," he told AP. ( ) Adaptado de acesso em 2 de novembro de 2011 ATENÇÃO: As questões de 1 a 3 apresentam mais de uma afirmativa correta. 1) Considering the main changes in the Forest Code, identify the correct statements: I- The changes forbid farmers to cultivate on hilltops and slopes. II- The new bill reduces the amount of land that must be left intact along the banks of rivers and streams. III- The new bill forbid farmers to count forest alongside rivers and lakes in their properties as part of their preserved area. IV- The changes would not allow small farmers from making best use of their land to lift themselves out of poverty. V- The changes forgive some previous illegal deforestation. 2) Considering the INPA and CNA announcements, identify the correct propositions: I- Philip disagrees with Assuero concerning deforestation increase. II- Philip believes amnesty would not increase deforestation. III- Assuero doesn t agree with Aldo Rabelo s arguments. IV- Assuero says the changes wouldn t affect deforestation V- Both believe that amnesty would decrease deforestation. 3) Identify the points which are developed along the text: I- Environmentalists and Farmers opinions to changes. II- Only the environmental impacts. III- Both environmental impacts and economical disadvantages. IV- Statistics referring to deforestation in Amazon. VI- Economical advantages as well as environmental impacts. (UFPR-2012) O texto a seguir é referência para as questões 77 a 80. School Curriculum Falls Short on Bigger Lessons By Tara PARKER-POPE Now that children are back in the classroom, are they really learning the lessons that will help them succeed? Many child development experts worry that the answer may be no. They say the ever-growing emphasis on academic performance and test scores means many children aren t developing life skills like self-control, motivation, focus and resilience, which are far better predictors of long-term success than high grades. And it may be distorting their and their parents values. In one set of studies, children who solved math puzzles were praised for their intelligence or for their hard work. The first group actually did worse on subsequent tests, or took an easy way out, shunning difficult problems. The research suggests that praise for a good effort encourages harder work, while children who are consistently told they are smart do not know what to do when confronted with a difficult problem or
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