Questões de Inglês - Reading/Writing
Questão 19 143322UEMA PAES 2017
As opções que apresentam a possibilidade de o cliente escolher entre café ou chá no menu são
Questão 20 143323UEMA PAES 2017
In which option there is the most expensive breakfast in the menu?
Questão 13 309795FASA 2018/2
Despite its fearsome, Velociraptor-like skull, a
161-million-year-old dinosaur the size of a duck would
have been a shining, shimmering and splendid sight to
behold — mostly because it sported gleaming,
 iridescent feathers that were rainbow-colored, a new
study finds. Iridescent feathers glistened on the
dinosaur’s head, wings and tail, according to an analysis
of the shape and structure of the creature’s
melanosomes, the parts of cells that contain pigment.
 “The preservation of this dinosaur is incredible — we
were really excited when we realized the level of detail
we were able to see on the feathers,” study co-
researcher Chad Eliason, said.
After discovering its iridescence and noting the
 unique bony crest on top of the dinosaur’s head,
researchers gave it a colorful name — Caihong juji —
which is Mandarin for “rainbow with the big crest.” C.
juji isn’t the first dinosaur on record to have iridescent
feathers; Microraptor, a four-winged dinosaur also
 sported gleaming feathers. But that dinosaur lived about
40 million years after C. juji, so the newly identified
dinosaur is by far the oldest dinosaur on record to flaunt
iridescent plumage, the researchers said.
C. juji is also the oldest animal on record to
 have asymmetrical feathers, which help modern birds
steer while flying. However, unlike modern birds, whose
asymmetrical feathers are on their wing tips, C.
juji sported these lopsided feathers on its tail. That,
combined with the fact that C. juji likely couldn’t fly, led
 ’the researchers to conclude the dinosaur likely used its
feathers to attract mates and keep warm. This “bizarre”
feature has never been seen before in either dinosaurs
or birds, which evolved from dinosaurs, said study co-
researcher Xing Xu.
GEGGEL, Laura. https://www.livescience.com/61429-little-rainbowdinosaur-discovered-by-farmer-in-china.html. Acesso em: 13 maio 2018. Adaptado.
What makes C. juji different from the dinosaur Microraptor is that
Questão 60 399591URCA 2° Dia 2018/2
From: https://goo.gl/fCf46P . Accessed on 04/26/2018
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Questão 27 156235UFU 2° Dia 2016/2
Undergraduate students at Princeton benefit from the extraordinary resources of a world-class research institution dedicated to undergraduate teaching. Princeton faculty have an unparalleled reputation for balancing excellence in their fields with a dedication to their students, through both classroom instruction and independent study advising. Undergraduates fulfill general education requirements, choose among a wide variety of elective courses, and pursue departmental concentrations and interdisciplinary certificate programs. Required independent work is a hallmark of undergraduate education at Princeton.
Disponível em: <https://www.princeton.edu/main/academics/>. Acesso em: dez. 2015.
De acordo com o texto, infere-se que os cursos de graduação de Princeton têm como diferencial característico
Questão 33 148140EPCAR 2015
Directions: Answer question according to TEXT.
DANCING EFFECTS ON THE HUMAN BODY
These days, people love to watch other people
dance. Competitive dance shows, like “So you think you
can dance” and “Dancing with the stars”, are dominating
the world of reality television. So, if you get off the sofa
 and dance, you can keep your body and mind healthy.
Studies show that dancing can improve your heart
health, helps you lose weight and stay flexible, reduces
stress and can also help you get old in a pleasant way.
Dancing, as an aerobic exercise, can reduce the
 risk of heart problems and high blood pressure. You can
learn ballroom dancing, participate in a dance-fitness
class or dance with a video in your house. There are
many ways to enjoy dancing and get a good aerobic
exercise at the same time.
 Dance training helps you to lose weight. The
number of calories burned per hour depends on the type
of dance and the weight of the dancer. Observe the chart
Another good effect is that dancing works on the
part of the brain that controls memory – hippocampus.
So, what are you waiting for? Let's dance!
(Adapted from www.everydayhealth.com and www.livestrong.com)
health - “saúde”
ballroom dancing - “dança de salão”
to lose weight - “perder peso”
to improve - “melhorar”
calories burned – “calorias queimadas”
Mark the INCORRECT option.