Questões de Inglês - Grammar
Questão 29 1709457EN 1° Dia 2019
Which option completes the paragraph below correctly?
A lawyer I worked told me he was impressed because I wasn't afraid anything. I had no idea what he was talking . I'm scared evervihing.
(Adapted from www .hrexaminer.com)
Questão 59 282685UNIFOR Medicina 2018
Complete o texto sobre a estudante de enfermagem, usando as preposições corretas.
Rossitza Bontcheva is nineteen years old. She's studying ______1 a diploma ______2 nursing _______3 Vazov Nursing College. She has exams next month, so 4 the moment she is studying hard. She wants to be a nurse _______5 she likes working with people and she is interested _______6 science _______7 she doesn't like doing paper work.
She'd like to be a pediatric nurse ______8 she really enjoys working ______9 children. She's worked ______10 a children's ward ______11 three months as a work placement. One day, she hopes to work ______12 India, which she saw on TV.
Marque APENAS a alternativa correta.
Questão 36 398481EEAR 2018/2
Read the text and answer question.
“Cracolândia” drug addicts have already spread to more than 20 different areas in São Paulo
 Five days after a police operation in Cracolândia
(Crackland) in the center of São Paulo, drug addicts
have spread to various parts of the region, such as Paulista
avenue, as well as the space underneath the João Goulart
 overpass, which is also known as the Minhocão.
The officers from the GCM (the Metropolitan Civil
Guard) have accompanied the movement of those who
belonged to the “flow” (fluxo) – a term used to describe
outdoor areas where people negotiate and consume drugs.
Fonte: Folha de São Paulo – Internacional – 26/05/2017
overpass = viaduto, elevado
The words “after”, “in”, “of” and “from”, in bold in the text, are __________.
Questão 44 762925EEAR 2016/1
Read the text and answer question.
Plane crashed in France
 A plane which was flying ______ Barcelona ______
Dusseldorf crashed in the French Alps last Tuesday.
Nobody survived of the 144 passengers and 6 crew on
 Among the passengers were 16 school children and two
teachers from a German school. It is also thought that
two babies were on board the aeroplane.
The German airline says that it believes that the crash
was an accident, but it’s still working to establish the
 exact cause.
Crew - um grupo de pessoas que trabalham na aeronave.
Fill in the blanks, in the text, with the appropriate preposition, respectively:
Questão 47 762930EEAR 2016/1
Read the dialogue and answer question.
Teacher: Donald, what is the chemical formula for water?
Teacher: What are you talking about?
Donald: Yesterday you said it’s H to O.
Teacher: No! I said H20. You’ve heard me wrong.
We can infer that
Questão 1 5951730PUC-RS Verão 2021
A History of the Influencer, from Shakespeare to Instagram
By Laurence Scott
Late last year, the Daily Mail identified Ralphie
Waplington as Britain’s “youngest social media
‘influencer’ ”. Ralphie, who is two, has twenty thousand
Instagram followers. For most of his life, he has been
 an unknowing model of baby clothes and other infant
paraphernalia. Members of his extended family must
seek approval before posting their own photos of
Ralphie, lest an off-message picture harm his brand.
Ralphie is undeniably cute. But his cuteness only
compounds the sense of unease we feel whenever
we contemplate influencers and their craft. On one
level, “influencer” is an anodyne, commercial label,
describing someone who monetizes an online
following by endorsing products or services – a
celebrity spokesperson for the social-media age.
And yet “influencer” also sounds slightly sinister; the
Influencer could be a Batman villain, alongside the
Connectivity is the basis _____ the heightened role
 that influence now plays _____ our lives. Digital
technologies soften the borders between people and
create a porousness _____ which influence depends.
In a fairly undisguised etymology, the word “influence”
comes from the Latin for “inflow”, which provides an
 image of the way that, every second, our thoughts
now stream _____ one another’s pockets. Admitting to
being influenced, we give up the attractive idea that, as
individuals or societies, we are entirely self-contained.
Influence was worrisome long before it was digital.
 The word “influence” appears in a quarter of William
Shakespeare’s plays, in which the condition of being
influenced is rarely happy or dignified. Almost without
exception, Shakespeare gives influence a darkly
astrological cast. Shakespeare’s portrayal of influence
 may seem outmoded, but it has an unsettling echo
in the fact that, in many ways, online influence isn’t
directed by human agents. The algorithms that dictate
which videos are recommended by YouTube, or the
hidden engines that prioritize certain social-media
 posts over others, are the digital equivalents of
Shakespeare’s remote, “skyey” influences.
Lately, the influencer phenomenon has been mutating
in surprising ways. In December, The Atlantic reported
on people who style their social-media content to make
 it seem as though they are sponsored by businesses.
One example is the aspiring life-style influencer
Sydney Pugh, who describes taking a picture of the
coffee she had just bought, then captioning it with a
jaunty declaration of love for Alfred Coffee. Meanwhile,
 last year, news reports began to appear about hackers
locking influencers out of their social-media accounts
and charging them ransoms.
In a recent tweet, Pope Francis called the Virgin Mary
“the first ‘influencer,’ ” encouraging others to follow her
 #blessed example by spreading the word of God. As
Francis’s characteristically trendy claim reminds us,
influence doesn’t have to be aligned with corporate
interests: there are positive ways to influence people.
Adapted from: https://www.newyorker.com/ culture/annals-of-inquiry/a-history-of-theinfluencer-from-shakespeare-to-instagram
The four missing prepositions in paragraph 3 are, respectively,