Questões de Inglês - Vocabulary
Questão 35 8345555FUVEST 2023
Em relação à compreensão do idioma inglês, o texto ilustra
Questão 75 8345741FUVEST 2023
No meme, a inadequação da resposta à questão está baseada no efeito de sentido proveniente da presença de
Questão 19 8493595UNESP 2023/2
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Why does cultural diversity matter?
Three-quarters of the world's major conflicis have a cultural dimension. Bridging the gap between cultures is urgent and necessary for peace, stability and development.
Cultural diversity is a driving force of development, not only with respect to economic growth, but also as a means of leading a more fulfilling intellectual, emotional, moral and spiritual life. Cultural diversity is thus an asset that is indispensable for poverty reduction and the achievement of sustainable development.
At the same time, acceptance and recognition of cultural diversity — in particular through innovative use of media and Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) — are conducive to dialogue among civilizations and cultures, respect and mutual understanding.
No trecho do primeiro parágrafo “Bridging the gap between cultures is urgent”, a expressão sublinhada indica
Questão 45 7338532PUC-GO 2022
The suffix ‘-er’ has different uses in English. Consider the examples presented bellow:
I - Math teacher.
II - Industry employer.
III - Brighter room.
IV - Faster car.
V - Zookeeper.
Mark the only alternativewith the correct explanation about all those examples:
Questão 15 3639111ACAFE Medicina Verão 2021
Here's to the crazy ones, the misfits, the rebels, the troublemakers, the round pegs in the square holes... the ones who see things differently -- they're not fond of rules... You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them, but the only thing you can't do is ignore them because they change things... they push the human race forward, and while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius, because the ones who are crazy enough to think that they can change the world, are the ones who do.
The text above was used in a 1997 Apple advertisement and was part of Steve Jobs' 2005 Stanford University commencement address.
What´s the main idea of this excerpt?
Questão 19 3639122ACAFE Medicina Verão 2021
When it comes to looking inedible the squid
goes all out. Tentacles, suckers, big blobby eyes,
anything to help communicate the message
"Do not eat me, under any circumstances".
 There's even a beak in there somewhere.
It's really more threat than feast.
Which got us thinking. What on earth
was the first person to eat squid doing?
Who in their right mind could look at
 raw squid and say, "That's the snack for me"?!?
TO THE VISIONARY WHO FIRST SAW
TENTACLED BRAIN SACS
AND THOUGHT "LUNCH".
What a weirdo. What a hero.
 Because as we know, squid just happens
to be one of life's greatest pleasures:
chargrilled squid salad, chilli squid linguine,
crisp calamari dunked in mayo...
So we'd like to say a heartfelt
 thank you to the first person to eat squid.
And to all the food pioneers who boldly
ate what none had eaten before -
giving those funny-looking foods
the chance to be delicious.
(Source: https://www.adforum.com/award-organization/6650183/showcase/2017/ad/34548009 retrieved on September26, 2019)
What does the adjective inedible mean in line1?