Questões de Interpretação de texto | Reading comprehension (Inglês)

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The character Helga, Hagar’s wife, says there is one characteristic of her husband she is not fond of. What characteristic is that?
  • A She thinks he makes too much noise.
  • B She thinks he needs to speak louder.
  • C She thinks he is a very intelligent Viking.
  • D She thinks he is a very brave Viking.
  • E She thinks he doesn’t help her in the house.
Hagar thinks very highly of him. Mark the option which contains all the compliments he makes about himself.
  • A He believes he is insensitive, intelligent and naive.
  • B He wants to be tough, smart and brave.
  • C He tends to be boring, jealous and loud.
  • D He imagines he is rugged, unintelligent and fearless.
  • E He thinks he is strong, bright and courageous.

The modal MIGHT in “ it can also open doors to opportunities that those without foreign language skills might miss”, and the modal MAY in “workers with skills in a second language may have an edge when it comes to climbing Willard’s professional ladder” indicate in these contexts the idea of:

  • A advice
  • B ability
  • C possibility
  • D permission
  • E obligation

No ensino da língua estrangeira, na abordagem comunicativa, é dado ênfase às quatro competências: Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing (habilidade de ouvir, falar, ler e escrever).

Analise a atividade abaixo e assinale a alternativa que apresente as habilidades que estão sendo enfocadas no seguinte exercício:

Exercise: Find someone who.... Walk around the class and talk to your friends. Ask them questions in order to find out who has already had these experiences. Take note of your answers. Use this: Have you ever……………………………………….?

  • A Reading, Speaking, Listening, Writing
  • B Listening, Speaking.
  • C Listening, Speaking, Writing.
  • D Speaking.
  • E Speaking, Writing.

Leia o parágrafo abaixo sobre a relevância do contexto cultural e sociopolítico na aprendizagem de uma língua estrangeira:

“ Culture is highly important in the learning of a second or foreign language. Agar’s (1994) notion of languaculture highlights the inseparable relationship between language and culture. He says, “culture is in language, and language is loaded with culture. (p.28) In other words, the two are intricately interwoven so that one cannot separate them without losing the significance of either language or culture.”

From: Brown, H. Douglas . Teaching by Principles: an interactive approach to language pedagogy. P. 157. Pearson Education: NY, 2015.

Assinale a alternativa que resume a ideia central do parágrafo acima:

  • A A origem de uma língua determina o grau de cultura de um povo.
  • B Língua e cultura devem ser entendidas separadamente assim uma não influenciará a outra.
  • C Cultura é muito importante para os estudos de uma língua estrangeira, porém são dois aspectos separados – pode-se aprender uma língua e seus significados sem precisar aprender a cultura de um povo.
  • D O aluno deve aprender cultura e língua e saber reproduzir a cultura da língua estudada.
  • E Língua e cultura são interrelacionadas, uma depende da outra.