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The word “costumes”, in text IV, indicates:

  • A.

    Costume

  • B.

    Cultura;

  • C.

    Fantasia;

  • D.

    Aranha;

  • E.

    None of the answers.

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The in-black word, in the 5th line of text III – assert, indicate:

  • A.

    Acertar;

  • B.

    Dissertar;

  • C.

    Discorrer;

  • D.

    Afirmar;

  • E.

    None of the answers.

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Mark the incorrect alternative in terms of article “THE” and ZERO ARTICLE:

  • A.

    I don’t think the internet will ever completely replace books;

  • B.

    I don’t think the internet will ever completely replace the books;

  • C.

    Life has its moments of frustration for all of us;

  • D.

    Yeah. That’s what I’ve used on the furniture I’vemade, you know, the TV table and stuff;

  • E.

    If you’re going to paint the wall, we’ll have to move the furniture.

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Mark the alternative that presents the true fact about past perfect:

  • A.

    It refers to a time-frame leading up to the moment of speaking, so the past perfect refers to a time-frame leading up to a point in the past;

  • B.

    It refers to a time-frame that is in some way separated from the present; there is a break between the completion of the event and the present moment;

  • C.

    It suggests that the events may be seen more as background or of secondary importance;

  • D.

    It is often used for events which started in the past and are still continuing, or which have stopped, but whose effects are still continuing;

  • E.

    None of the answers.

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Mark the alternative that presents the false aspect of present perfect progressive form:

  • A.

    The progressive form is not normally used with punctual verbs such as start, stop, finish, which refer to actions that are completed at a single point in time;

  • B.

    The progressive form is often used for events which started in the past and are still continuing, or which have stopped, but whose effects are still continuing;

  • C.

    The difference between the present perfect simple and the present perfect progressive may sometimes be between an emphasis on the event itself as a progressive, extended activity (progressive form), compared with the results of the event, or some other, secondary reference to the event (simple form);

  • D.

    Both forms may refer to completed events;

  • E.

    The progressive form of the present perfect can emphasise completion of an event when used with verbs denoting actions or events.

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The mentioned word, in question 15, is:

  • A.

    A noun;

  • B.

    An adjective;

  • C.

    An adverb;

  • D.

    A verb;

  • E.

    None of the answers.

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In the sentence: “All the emptiness inside me flows”, the in-black term indicates:

  • A.

    Compound indefinite pronoun;

  • B.

    Determiner indefinite pronoun;

  • C.

    Reflexive pronoun;

  • D.

    Adverb indefinite pronoun;

  • E.

    None of the answers.

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In the sentence: “I just want to get back close again to you”, in text II, the in-black term indicates:

  • A.

    Adjective;

  • B.

    Adverb;

  • C.

    Conjunction;

  • D.

    Noun;

  • E.

    None of the answers.

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What is false about modal forms:

  • A.

    The most significant expression of modality is by means of modal verb;

  • B.

    The core modal verbs are: can, could, may, might, will, shall, would, should, must;

  • C.

    There is also a set of semi-modal verbs;

  • D.

    There are two main types of modal meaning;

  • E.

    None of the answers.

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The underlined verb, in the title of text II, represents:

  • A.

    Permission;

  • B.

    Request;

  • C.

    Possibility;

  • D.

    Suggestion

  • E.

    None of the answers.

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