Questões sobre Interpretação de Texto da ESAF

The word ‘However’ in the final sentence can be replaced by which of the following words without affecting the sentence’s meaning or structure?
  • A. ‘Despite’ and ‘Although’
  • B. ‘In order to’ and ‘For’
  • C. ‘Thus’ and ‘Therefore’
  • D. ‘Unless’ and ‘If’
  • E. ‘But’ and ‘Nevertheless’
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Which of the following statements is false?
  • A. It is possible to check more than 10 samples.
  • B. At least one out of every 100 products must be checked.
  • C. It is possible to check only one sample.
  • D. It is usually not necessary to check the entire shipment.
  • E. More than 1 percent of the shipment may be checked.
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Which of the following is definitely not part of the physical check?
  • A. detecting the product’s odor
  • B. paying the import taxes
  • C. looking at the official number given by a veterinarian
  • D. verifying that labels and/or tabs are correct
  • E. changing the temperature of the product
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In the second type of physical check, the words chopping, burning, thawing, cooking and baking are in ‘-ing’ form to show:
  • A. they are words formed with verbs acting as nouns.
  • B. these actions are taking place now.
  • C. these actions will take place in the future.
  • D. they are adjectives describing qualities.
  • E. they are present participles modifying the sentence’s verb tense.
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According to the text, why is a physical check conducted?
  • A. To see if the shipment’s paperwork and products are in order.
  • B. To ensure no illegal items are in the shipment.
  • C. To make sure all the products are the same color.
  • D. To verify that the number of items is 10 or less.
  • E. To decide how many items need to be inspected.
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Língua Inglesa - Interpretação de Texto - Escola de Administração Fazendária (ESAF) - 2014 - RFB - Auditor Fiscal da Receita Federal AFRF (Língua Inglesa)

The text explains that the mandate of the World Customs Organisation comprises both
  • A. enforcement and repression activities.
  • B. co-operation and training efforts.
  • C. crime investigation and prevention.
  • D. direct control and facilitation initiatives.
  • E. partners and stakeholders.
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Língua Inglesa - Interpretação de Texto - Escola de Administração Fazendária (ESAF) - 2014 - RFB - Auditor Fiscal da Receita Federal AFRF (Língua Inglesa)

In accordance with the passage, ‘customs enforcement’ can best be defined as the prevention of criminal activities
  • A. requiring coordination between enforcement agencies of neighboring countries.
  • B. of a strictly commercial nature, taking place on border areas.
  • C. restricted to trans-national intellectual and cultural property infringement
  • D. that can pose financial or physical harm to societies and affect at least two countries.
  • E. that can put societies and the environment at risk in the broadest sense.
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Língua Inglesa - Interpretação de Texto - Escola de Administração Fazendária (ESAF) - 2014 - RFB - Auditor Fiscal da Receita Federal AFRF (Língua Inglesa)

Among the domesticated animals considered eligible for tax deductions are
  • A. family pets.
  • B. guide dogs.
  • C. Doberman dogs.
  • D. horses in general.
  • E. house cats.
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The phrase “Guffaws all around” (paragraph 1) shows that those hearing the conversation
  • A. believed tax deductions for expenses with pets do not really apply.
  • B. resented not being able to consider their pets as dependents.
  • C. found the jokes about pets as dependents preposterous.
  • D. were unaware that vet bills could be knocked off their income tax.
  • E. bemoaned the unfair treatment given to pet owners by the IRS.
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Língua Inglesa - Interpretação de Texto - Escola de Administração Fazendária (ESAF) - 2014 - RFB - Auditor Fiscal da Receita Federal AFRF (Língua Inglesa)

The opening sentence of the text reveals that the author has been
  • A. paying frequent visits to her vet’s pet.
  • B. making loans to her pets’ veterinary doctor.
  • C. assisting her vet financially.
  • D. delaying payments to her veterinarian.
  • E. using the services of a vet quite often.
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