Questões da Prova do (2015)

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According to the text, the terms refugee and migrant

  • A are used to refer to any people who leave their country in search for better opportunities.
  • B cannot be taken as synonyms since refugee does not have social and political aspects.
  • C are opposed to each other in economic contexts, but interchangeable in legal contexts.
  • D cannot be applied in the same sense without social and political implications.

According to the text, cyberbullying

  • A occurs mostly when someone accesses restricted websites.
  • B affects people of any age and social class who use the internet.
  • C is bound to happen specifically at home and in public schools.
  • D can be avoided by not reacting to any hurtful messages or posts.

The 1951 convention seeks to legally protect

  • A migrants and refugees no matter if they have documents to prove their condition.
  • B migrants who are trying to escape situations of extreme poverty in their countries.
  • C refugees who call for political asylum in a new country due to threatening situations.
  • D refugees who have been expelled from countries where their lives were under threat.

As informações do infográfico evidenciam que cyberbullying

  • A acontece quando alguém espalha boatos mentirosos sobre a vítima por meio eletrônico.
  • B caracteriza-se como qualquer ameaça feita por meio eletrônico a alguém que se quer humilhar.
  • C ocorre quando alguém pretende obter e usar informações pessoais da vítima disponíveis online.
  • D pode se manifestar por meio de mensagens eletrônicas de texto divulgadas em redes sociais.

Considerando os aspectos estruturais do texto, tem-se o seguinte:

  • A A sentença “refugees cannot be sent back to countries where their lives would be in danger”, na voz ativa, seria: They could not send refugees back to countries where their lives will be in danger.
  • B A sentença “Thousands are traveling across the Balkans now”, no tempo present perfect continuous, poderia ser assim expressa: Thousands have been traveling across the Balkans lately.
  • C O modal “may” é usado nas sequências “…may be fleeing dire poverty”, “…may be well-off” e “…may be migrating to join relatives”, indicando possibilidade futura.
  • D O termo em destaque em “...which they cannot do with refugees under the 1951 convention”, no texto, é um pronome relativo que se refere a “legal papers”.