Questões de Inglês - Grammar
Questão 32 762903EEAR 2016/1
Read the text and answer question.
 Dear Sam,
I’m having a wonderful time in Paris. I didn’t have
_____ time to write last week because I took a tour of
some flea markets. I bought ______ beautiful vintage
 clothes. I also got some interesting old books for you.
(Adapted from: BONNER, M; FUCHS, M. Grammar Express Basic – For Self-Study and Classroom Use. 1 ed. New York: Longman, 2001. p. 99).
Fill in the blanks, in the text, with the appropriate quantifiers:
Questão 15 152964IFPE Superior 2012
In places like Canada, the USA, Spain, England and many other countries in Europe it is very common to see teenagers working during their free time. They work in restaurants or shops; they work as baby sitters or dog walkers. There are many part time jobs for students. Many students work part time during the year and full time during their summer vacation.
Things are different in Brazil. Teens usually work only if their families need money. There are not many part time jobs for students. Working students usually work during the day and go to school in the evening. A few students who do not need the money work part time as volunteers in social projects, but they are not many.
Is that just a cultural difference or is it some kind of prejudice?
(Amos, Prescher e Pasqualin.Challenge. – Richmond Publishing p. 57)
In the text, a few students is the same of:
Questão 34 2548658UPE 3° Fase 1° Dia SSA 2019
Considerando o contexto e a gramática, as palavras que completam as lacunas no 1º e no 3º quadro, respectivamente, são
Questão 24 297647UFRR 1° Etapa 2018
Text II presents an interaction between a boy and a library attendant in which the boy asks her a question. The word which indicates the idea of quantity in the boy’s sentence is:
Questão 27 218678FACISA 2014/1
In “The Cancer Chronicles”, George Johnson, a science writer, (…) explains the point, rarely made clear, that cancer is an inevitable side-effect of being multicellular. Most of the cells in such (multicellular) organisms are capable of reproducing; the greater good of the organism requires that they be constantly and assiduously stopped from doing so. But the finely crafted locks intended to keep cell division in check wear down over time, and eventually give way. The result is a cell line whose proliferation gets out of control and, worse, dispatches colonists to other parts of the body. (…)
Some tissues, too, are more susceptible than others. The epithelial cells of lung, gut, liver, breast and the endometrial lining of the womb constantly proliferate, multiplying the opportunities for mutation. Cancer of the heart, whose muscle cells last undivided for their owner’s lifetime, is all but unknown. (…)
If you really want to avoid cancer, don’t smoke (30% of cancers are caused by smoking), and don’t be fat and lazy (obesity and inactivity account for a further 20%). A mixed and balanced diet helps (10-25% of cancers can be attributed to poor diet), but faddily eating lots of this or none of that will not. Alcohol accounts for a further 4% of cancers, so not drinking helps a bit as well.
The Economist, September 14th 2013
Which of the following groups of words from TEXT C only refers to quantity?