Questões de Inglês - Grammar
Questão 35 408190EEAR 2017/1
Read the text below and answer question.
 Did you remember it’s April Fools Day today? My sister
loves playing jokes. At breakfast, she said, “Robert and
I ____ going to elope! We’re going to Robben Island. It’s the
place where Nelson Mandela was in prison. My guidebook
 say it is a “place forever connected with the fight for
freedom”. So, if you receive a phone call today about winning
the lottery or something, don’t get excited. It’s probably
an April Fools joke.
(taken from Stories worth reading)
to elope: fugir de casa secretamente para se casar.
The sentence “We’re going to Robben Island” (line3), in the text, refers to the
Questão 17 403315Mackenzie 2018/1
Considering the dialogues in this strip, mainly in the first and second boxes, the use of will and going to to express future can be explained by:
Questão 36 88119UNCISAL 1° Dia 2013
I tweet, I pin, I do.
I asked my girlfriend to marry me on a boat on the wide expanse of Lake George. There was no iPhone to capture the moment, no Twitter to tweet or Facebook to share, and, back at our campsite, no AT&T service to call home with the news. There were only s’mores. And champagne.
For the two of us, it was nice. But I’ll tell ya, future marrieds: the lull couldn’t last. Within minutes, we were in my Jeep, driving 10 miles out of the woods, where we sat on the shoulder of a road trying, to no avail, to make the engagement “Facebook official.” (Turns out you can’t update your relationship status from the iPhone app. A Facebook spokesperson says the company plans on adding this feature in the future.) Lacking the digital evidence, we wondered, had it even happened?
With five weeks behind us and still a year out from the date, the engagement is as real as the ring. Our wedding now has a hashtag, a website in the works, and a growing list of potential vendors we’ve found online. Yelp is our beacon. Facebook our guide. (No surprise: in my day job I’m head of social media at Newsweek and The Daily Beast, managing accounts and watching for news.) My fiancée has grown particularly fond of Pinterest, the photo-sharing network used by a whopping 19 percent of women on the Internet, per one recent Pew study. To my eyes, weddings are the central reason it exists. “Pinterest is a tool people use to find inspiration for the important things they want to do in their life,” a spokesperson explained to me. “Planning a wedding is a great example.” This past July, Pinterest doubled down, creating a separate category for weddings. The same month Facebook ̶ its users aging into love and marriage ̶ introduced a feature displaying special events, starting with engagements and weddings, alongside friends’ birthdays when you log in. (Babies are there, too.)
Qual dos tempos verbais abaixo não é encontrado no texto?