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Direito Administrativo

1

O ato administrativo unilateral, discricionário e precário, gratuito ou oneroso, pelo qual a Administração Pública faculta ao particular a execução de serviço público ou a utilização privativa de bem público denomina-se:

  • A Admissão.
  • B Autorização.
  • C Licença.
  • D Permissão.
2

Em um procedimento licitatório, na modalidade de concorrência e de tipo menor preço, o licitante X apresenta a seguinte proposta de preço para o bem a ser adquirido pela Administração Pública: “valor 10% (dez por cento) menor do que o da menor proposta apresentada pelos demais licitantes.” Na hipótese, a proposta do licitante X deverá ser

  • A classificada em primeiro lugar.
  • B desclassificada por ilegalidade.
  • C desclassificada por apresentar preço irrisório ou incompatível com o mercado.
  • D inabilitada por descumprimento da qualificação econômico-financeira exigida no edital.
3

Poderá ser dispensada a licitação:

  • A para obras e serviços de engenharia de valor equivalente a R$35.000,00, no máximo
  • B para outros serviços e compras de valor equivalente a R$20.000,00, no máximo
  • C nos casos de guerra ou grave perturbação da ordem
  • D no caso de o Administrador Público identificar a importância da contração mais célere
4

Para o agente público no exercício da função, o princípio da legalidade determina que

  • A deve praticar os atos que a lei determina e não pode praticar atos que a lei não autorize, sob pena de ilegalidade ou abuso de poder.
  • B o agente siga suas convicções morais e políticas.
  • C o próprio agente sempre decida qual conduta deve ser praticada.
  • D pode praticar toda e qualquer conduta que não esteja proibida em lei.
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São princípios inerentes às licitações públicas, expressos na Lei n. 8.666, de 23 de junho de 1993, EXCETO:
  • A Eficiência.
  • B Igualdade.
  • C Probidade Administrativa.
  • D Vinculação ao instrumento convocatório.
6

De acordo com a Lei 8.666, de 21 de junho de 1993, Art. 2º, obras, serviços, inclusive de publicidade, compras, alienações, concessões, permissões e locações da Administração Pública, quando contratados com terceiros, serão necessariamente precedidos de licitação, ______________ as hipóteses previstas nesta Lei. O termo que completa o texto tornando-o CORRETO é:

  • A definidas.
  • B conhecidas.
  • C ressalvadas.
  • D consideradas.
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Sobre licitações, é CORRETO afirmar:

  • A São modalidades de licitação, entre outras, as de menor preço e de melhor técnica.
  • B A licitação não será sigilosa, sendo públicos e acessíveis ao público os atos de seu procedimento, salvo quanto ao conteúdo das propostas, até a respectiva abertura.
  • C As obras, serviços, inclusive de publicidade, compras, alienações, concessões, permissões e locações da Administração Pública, quando contratadas com terceiros, serão necessariamente precedidas de licitação.
  • D Em igualdade de condições, como critério de desempate, será assegurada preferência, sucessivamente, aos bens e serviços: produzidos ou prestados por empresas brasileiras, produzidos no País e, por fim, produzidos ou prestados por empresas que invistam em pesquisa e no desenvolvimento de tecnologia no País.
8

Para os fns da Lei 8.666/1993, é INCORRETO o seguinte conceito:

  • A Obra - toda construção, reforma, fabricação, recuperação ou ampliação, realizada por execução direta ou indireta.
  • B Serviço - toda atividade destinada a obter determinada utilidade de interesse para a Administração.
  • C Compra - toda aquisição remunerada de bens para fornecimento de uma só vez ou parceladamente.
  • D Execução direta - a que é feita pelos órgãos e entidades da Administração sob contrato com terceiros sob o regime de empreitada integral, por preço global.
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A Lei 8.666/1993 prevê, para processo e julgamento dos crimes licitatórios que, recebida a denúncia e citado o réu, terá este o prazo de

  • A 10 (dez) dias para apresentação de defesa escrita, contado da data do seu interrogatório, podendo juntar documentos, arrolar as testemunhas que tiver, em número não superior a 5 (cinco), e indicar as demais provas que pretenda produzir.
  • B 15 (quinze) dias para apresentação de defesa escrita, contado da data da citação, podendo juntar documentos, arrolar as testemunhas que tiver, em número não superior a 10 (dez), e indicar as demais provas que pretenda produzir.
  • C 20 (vinte) dias para apresentação de defesa escrita, contado da data da juntada do mandado aos autos, podendo juntar documentos, arrolar as testemunhas que tiver, em número não superior a 3 (três), e indicar as demais provas que pretenda produzir.
  • D 30 (trinta) dias a partir da citação, para apresentação de defesa escrita, podendo juntar documentos, arrolar as testemunhas que tiver, em número não superior a 5 (cinco), e indicar as demais provas que pretenda produzir.
10

O procedimento prévio à celebração dos contratos administrativos destinado a garantir a observância do princípio constitucional da isonomia, a seleção da proposta mais vantajosa para a administração e a promoção do desenvolvimento nacional sustentável, nos termos da Lei 8.666/1993, denomina-se

  • A Licitação.
  • B Concessão.
  • C Autorização.
  • D Arrematação.
11

Durante perseguição a um criminoso, veículo da Polícia Civil conduzido em alta velocidade colide com três auto- móveis particulares que trafegavam regularmente pela via pública, causando danos materiais a seus respectivos proprietários.

Na hipótese, é CORRETO afirmar:

  • A Impõe-se ao Estado o dever de indenizar com base na teoria da responsabilidade objetiva, segundo expressa previsão do ordenamento jurídico brasileiro.
  • B Não se impõe ao Estado o dever de reparar os danos, em face da excludente de responsabilidade caracterizada pelo estrito cumprimento do dever legal.
  • C Não se impõe ao Estado o dever de indenizar, em face da excludente de responsabilidade civil representada pela imprevisibilidade e inevitabilidade do evento danoso.
  • D Responderá o Estado pelo dever de indenizar os danos com base na teoria da culpa subjetiva, ou seja, desde que demonstrado que a operação policial ou, especificamente, as colisões tenham sido dolosas ou culposas.
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Determinado Estado da Federação institui regime de previdência complementar para os seus servidores efetivos. É CORRETO afirmar que, como decorrência da medida,

  • A os servidores públicos do Estado, ocupantes de cargo efetivo, passarão para o Regime Geral de Previdência Social.
  • B os servidores públicos do Estado que ingressarem após a instituição da previdência complementar estarão sujeitos ao Regime Geral de Previdência Social.
  • C apenas os servidores que optarem pelo regime de previdência complementar poderão aposentar com proventos integrais pelo regime especial de previdência do servidor estadual.
  • D os servidores vinculados ao regime de previdência complementar terão seus proventos e pensões sujeitos aos limites máximos estabelecidos para o Regime Geral de Previdência Social.
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Considere as seguintes afirmativas sobre o ato administrativo:

I. A finalidade do ato administrativo é definida como seu fim imediato ou seu resultado prático.

II. Competência, finalidade e forma são elementos vinculados ao ato administrativo.

III. A justificativa para a emissão da vontade expressamente indicada no ato administrativo é o que se de- nomina motivo.

É CORRETO afirmar que :

  • A apenas a afirmativa I é verdadeira.
  • B apenas a afirmativa II é verdadeira.
  • C apenas as afirmativas I e II são verdadeiras.
  • D as afirmativas I, II e III são verdadeiras.
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São princípios que regem a Administração Pública previstos expressamente na Constituição, EXCETO:
  • A Razoabilidade.
  • B Moralidade.
  • C Legalidade.
  • D Eficiência.
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Um administrador público, tendo recebido móveis novos para sua Unidade, doou, por conta própria, o mobiliário antigo, ainda em bom estado de conservação, para uma instituição de caridade.
É CORRETO afrmar que o princípio da Administração transgredido pelo dirigente foi o da

  • A eficiência.
  • B hierarquia.
  • C indisponibilidade.
  • D razoabilidade.
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Acerca do conhecimento das normas jurídicas pelo agente público, é CORRETO afirmar que

  • A deve apenas guardar obediência para com seu superior hierárquico, sendo irrelevante que conheça qualquer norma.
  • B deve conhecer as instruções, as normas de serviço e a legislação pertinentes ao órgão onde exerce suas funções, apenas para obter aprovação no concurso.
  • C é seu dever conhecer apenas os decretos expedidos pelo prefeito municipal.
  • D é seu dever, segundo o Código de Ética do Agente Público Municipal, manter-se atualizado com as instruções, as normas de serviço e a legislação pertinentes ao órgão onde exerce suas funções.
17

De acordo com a Lei de Licitações - Lei Nº 8.666, de 21 de Junho de 1993, é INCORRETO afirmar que:

  • A as obras, serviços, inclusive de publicidade, compras, alienações, concessões, permissões e locações da Administração Pública, quando contratadas com terceiros, serão necessariamente precedidas de licitação, ressalvadas as hipóteses previstas na própria Lei.
  • B a licitação destina-se a garantir a observância do princípio constitucional da isonomia e a selecionar a proposta mais vantajosa para a Administração e observará os princípios da legalidade, da impessoalidade, da moralidade, da igualdade, da publicidade, da probidade administrativa, da vinculação ao instrumento convocatório, entre outros.
  • C em igualdade de condições, como critério de desempate, será assegurada preferência, entre outros, aos bens e serviços produzidos ou prestados por empresas brasileiras que se constituam como sociedade de economia com reconhecida função social e forma de fiscalização pelo Estado.
  • D não se admite, nos atos de convocação, cláusulas ou condições que comprometam, restrinjam ou frustrem o seu caráter competitivo e estabeleçam preferências ou distinções em razão da naturalidade, da sede ou domicílio dos licitantes, entre outras.
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Os bens imóveis da Administração Pública, cuja aquisição haja derivado de procedimentos judiciais ou de dação em pagamento, poderão ser alienados por ato da autoridade competente, observadas as seguintes regras:

  • A avaliação dos bens alienáveis; dispensa de comprovação da necessidade ou utilidade da alienação; adoção do procedimento licitatório sob a modalidade de concorrência.
  • B avaliação dos bens alienáveis; comprovação da necessidade ou utilidade da alienação; adoção do procedimento licitatório sob a modalidade de concorrência ou leilão.
  • C dispensa de avaliação dos bens alienáveis e/ou comprovação da necessidade ou utilidade da alienação; adoção do procedimento licitatório sob a modalidade de concurso.
  • D dispensa de avaliação dos bens alienáveis; comprovação da necessidade ou utilidade da alienação; adoção do procedimento licitatório sob a modalidade de leilão.

Direito Constitucional

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É CORRETO afirmar que:

  • A a fixação dos padrões de vencimento dos servidores públicos independe da observação dos requisitos para a investidura.
  • B a pequena propriedade rural é suscetível de desapropriação para fins de reforma agrária, mesmo que seu proprietário não tenha outra.
  • C é possível a cumulação de dois cargos de professor, em qualquer situação, desde que se observem as regras pertinentes à fixação do subsídio.
  • D a autoridade competente, no caso de iminente perigo público, poderá usar de propriedade particular, assegurada ao proprietário indenização ulterior, se houver dano.

Noções de Informática

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Para pesquisar a palavra “concurso” somente em documentos PDF, utilizando a ferramenta de busca Google, é necessário efetuar a pesquisa da seguinte forma:

  • A concurso @ pdf
  • B concurso filetype:pdf
  • C concurso in pdf
  • D pdf: concurso
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São opções do menu “Apresentações” do Microsoft PowerPoint, versão português do Office 2003, EXCETO:

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
22

São exemplos de Redes Sociais na Internet, EXCETO:

  • A Facebook
  • B Orkut
  • C Skype
  • D Twitter
23

Em relação à estrutura básica dos diretórios do sistema operacional Linux, correlacione as colunas a seguir, numerando os parênteses:

Diretório

I. /boot
II. /dev
III. /lib
IV. /home

Finalidade

( ) Contém arquivos para acessar periféricos.
( ) Contém os diretórios dos usuários.
( ) Contém arquivos necessários para a inicialização do sistema.
( ) Contém bibliotecas compartilhadas por programas.

A sequência CORRETA, de cima para baixo, é:

  • A I, III, II, IV.
  • B II, III, I, IV.
  • C II, IV, I, III.
  • D III, IV, I, II.
24

Analise as seguintes afirmativas sobre as teclas de atalho do Microsoft Outlook, versão português do Office 2010:

I – “Ctrl+U" marca como não lida uma mensagem lida.

II – “Ctrl+F" permite encaminhar a mensagem selecionada.

III – “Ctrl+E" exclui a mensagem selecionada.

Estão CORRETAS as afirmativas:

  • A I, II e III.
  • B I e II, apenas.
  • C I e III, apenas.
  • D II e III, apenas.
25

A tecla de atalho usada para selecionar todo o conteúdo de uma pasta no Windows Explorer do Microsoft Windows 7, versão português, é

  • A Ctrl+A
  • B Ctrl+P
  • C Ctrl+S
  • D Ctrl+T
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Em relação aos botões de comando do Internet Explorer 7, versão português, correlacione as colunas a seguir, numerando os parênteses:

Ícone



Opção

( ) Página inicial
( ) Adicionar a favoritos
( ) Atualizar
( ) Configurações



A sequência CORRETA, de cima para baixo, é:

  • A II, I, IV, III.
  • B III, I, II, IV.
  • C IV, II, I, III.
  • D IV, I, II, III.
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Em relação às opções do item de menu “Dados” ? “Importar dados externos” do Microsoft Excel, versão português do Office 2003, correlacione as colunas a seguir, numerando os parênteses:

Ícone




Opção

( ) Importar dados...
( ) Nova consulta à Web...
( ) Nova consulta a banco de dados...
( ) Propriedades do intervalo de dados...


A sequência CORRETA, de cima para baixo, é:

  • A II, III, I, IV.
  • B II, III, IV, I.
  • C III, II, I, IV.
  • D IV, III, II, I.
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São opções disponíveis no menu “Dados” do Microsoft Excel, versão português do Office 2003, EXCETO:

  • A Cenários...
  • B Classificar...
  • C Consolidar...
  • D Validação...

Inglês

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LIFE COACHING - YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR PROBLEM IS?

Derek Workman


These days it seems that there's always someone there to pick you up, help you out and give your life a new start.
You can find someone to choose your clothes for you, or sort out your wardrobe, if you already have enough; there's someone to arrange your dinner parties and someone else who will look after your diary, or if life just seems to be too much trouble to do anything at all, you can find a psychotherapist to help you deal with your problems.
Fine as it is to have all this help at hand, if we look closely at ourselves, we can begin to see that we don't actually need all these people to look after us. To help us do this is the role of the Life Coach - someone who won't judge us, who won't tell us what to do and is there to support us in those nervous life decisions that we all have to make.
Mike Lewis was a self-confessed computer geek in his hometown of Southampton, England, but rose high up the corporate ladder in California. He now lives in a small coastal town in Spain where he acts as a Life Coach to clients in Europe, America, India and Australia, chatting with them on a regular basis by telephone. But why should we need anybody to help us along?
A life coach is basically a support system for people who want to make some change in their life. The sig- nificant thing about personal development is this: there's relatively few people that I've ever met that don't want to get on in life, but it's hard to get on if you try and find all this stimulus from the outside. The difference between coaching and other forms of personal development is primarily this: with life coaching, nobody tells you what to do, nobody tells you who you should be, nobody tries to change you 'cause we're all perfect as we are! What a life coach does is encourage you to find the answers to all life's problems from within, not from without.

Fonte: Revista Speak UP, edição 201, fev. 2004.


The main purpose of Life Coach is to

  • A avoid people telling you what to do, who you should be, trying to change you 'cause we're all perfect as we are.
  • B choose your clothes for you, or sort out your wardrobe, if you already have enough.
  • C encourage people to find the answers to all life’s problems from within, not from without.
  • D pick you up, help you out and give your life a new start.
30
LIFE COACHING - YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR PROBLEM IS?

Derek Workman


These days it seems that there's always someone there to pick you up, help you out and give your life a new start.
You can find someone to choose your clothes for you, or sort out your wardrobe, if you already have enough; there's someone to arrange your dinner parties and someone else who will look after your diary, or if life just seems to be too much trouble to do anything at all, you can find a psychotherapist to help you deal with your problems.
Fine as it is to have all this help at hand, if we look closely at ourselves, we can begin to see that we don't actually need all these people to look after us. To help us do this is the role of the Life Coach - someone who won't judge us, who won't tell us what to do and is there to support us in those nervous life decisions that we all have to make.
Mike Lewis was a self-confessed computer geek in his hometown of Southampton, England, but rose high up the corporate ladder in California. He now lives in a small coastal town in Spain where he acts as a Life Coach to clients in Europe, America, India and Australia, chatting with them on a regular basis by telephone. But why should we need anybody to help us along?
A life coach is basically a support system for people who want to make some change in their life. The sig- nificant thing about personal development is this: there's relatively few people that I've ever met that don't want to get on in life, but it's hard to get on if you try and find all this stimulus from the outside. The difference between coaching and other forms of personal development is primarily this: with life coaching, nobody tells you what to do, nobody tells you who you should be, nobody tries to change you 'cause we're all perfect as we are! What a life coach does is encourage you to find the answers to all life's problems from within, not from without.

Fonte: Revista Speak UP, edição 201, fev. 2004.


In “[…] chatting with them on a regular basis by telephone.”, THEM refers to

  • A a Life Coach.
  • B Europa, America, India and Australia.
  • C the clients.
  • D the corporate ladder.
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TEXT 1

When was the first computer unvented?

The word "computer" was first recorded as being used in 1613 and was originally used to describe a human who performed calculations or computations. The definition of a computer remained the same until the end of the 19th century when people began to realize machines never get tired and can perform calculations much faster and more accurately than any team of human computers ever could.
In 1822, Charles Babbage began developing the Difference Engine, which was considered to be the first automatic computing engine. It was capable of computing several sets of numbers and making hard copies of the results. Unfortunately, because of funding he was never able to complete a full-scale functional version of this machine. In June of 1991, the London Science Museum completed the Difference Engine Nº 2 for the bicentenni- al year of Babbage's birth and later completed the printing mechanism in 2000.

Fonte: http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000984.htm Acesso em: 15/10/2013


The main function of text 1 is to

  • A ask people’s opinion.
  • B express sympathy.
  • C inform people.
  • D make complaints.
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TEXT 2

Food Engineering

MAKE A DIFFERENCE BE A FOOD ENGINEER



Food engineering is the application of engineering principles to the storage, processing and distribution of food materials and _____ bio-products. It requires a sound engineering education, as well as fundamental training in chemistry and food science.
Food Engineers can make valuable contributions in various capacities of food chain such as design of processing, handling, packaging and storage equipment and systems; scale-up of prototype food processes, machinery, and equipment; product/process research and development; regulation and protection of the public health; and engineering and technical Sales.

Fonte: http://baen.tamu.edu/foodengineering/FEngr/FEngr.html Acesso em: 15/10/2013.


The passive voice of the sentence “It requires a sound engineering education,” is

  • A A sound engineering education is required.
  • B It is required a sound engineering education.
  • C It will be required a sound engineering education.
  • D A sound engineering education would be required.
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TEXT 1

When was the first computer unvented?

The word "computer" was first recorded as being used in 1613 and was originally used to describe a human who performed calculations or computations. The definition of a computer remained the same until the end of the 19th century when people began to realize machines never get tired and can perform calculations much faster and more accurately than any team of human computers ever could.
In 1822, Charles Babbage began developing the Difference Engine, which was considered to be the first automatic computing engine. It was capable of computing several sets of numbers and making hard copies of the results. Unfortunately, because of funding he was never able to complete a full-scale functional version of this machine. In June of 1991, the London Science Museum completed the Difference Engine Nº 2 for the bicentenni- al year of Babbage's birth and later completed the printing mechanism in 2000.

Fonte: http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000984.htm Acesso em: 15/10/2013


The word “computer” was first used in the ___ century.

  • A 17th
  • B 18th
  • C 19th
  • D 20th
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TEXT 2

Food Engineering

MAKE A DIFFERENCE BE A FOOD ENGINEER



Food engineering is the application of engineering principles to the storage, processing and distribution of food materials and _____ bio-products. It requires a sound engineering education, as well as fundamental training in chemistry and food science.
Food Engineers can make valuable contributions in various capacities of food chain such as design of processing, handling, packaging and storage equipment and systems; scale-up of prototype food processes, machinery, and equipment; product/process research and development; regulation and protection of the public health; and engineering and technical Sales.

Fonte: http://baen.tamu.edu/foodengineering/FEngr/FEngr.html Acesso em: 15/10/2013.


The expression such as in “in various capacities of food chain such as” indicates that some important elements

  • A need to be written.
  • B were left out.
  • C will be omitted.
  • D will be enumerated.
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TEXT 1

When was the first computer unvented?

The word "computer" was first recorded as being used in 1613 and was originally used to describe a human who performed calculations or computations. The definition of a computer remained the same until the end of the 19th century when people began to realize machines never get tired and can perform calculations much faster and more accurately than any team of human computers ever could.
In 1822, Charles Babbage began developing the Difference Engine, which was considered to be the first automatic computing engine. It was capable of computing several sets of numbers and making hard copies of the results. Unfortunately, because of funding he was never able to complete a full-scale functional version of this machine. In June of 1991, the London Science Museum completed the Difference Engine Nº 2 for the bicentenni- al year of Babbage's birth and later completed the printing mechanism in 2000.

Fonte: http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000984.htm Acesso em: 15/10/2013


Write True (T) or False (N).

( ) The meaning of a computer changed a lot from 1613 to the 19th century.
( ) Only after the 19th century it was understood people calculate less quickly than machines.
( ) An updated version of the first automatic computer can be found at the London Science Museum.

  • A T, F, F.
  • B T, F, T.
  • C T, T, F.
  • D F, T, T.
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LIFE COACHING - YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR PROBLEM IS?

Derek Workman


These days it seems that there's always someone there to pick you up, help you out and give your life a new start.
You can find someone to choose your clothes for you, or sort out your wardrobe, if you already have enough; there's someone to arrange your dinner parties and someone else who will look after your diary, or if life just seems to be too much trouble to do anything at all, you can find a psychotherapist to help you deal with your problems.
Fine as it is to have all this help at hand, if we look closely at ourselves, we can begin to see that we don't actually need all these people to look after us. To help us do this is the role of the Life Coach - someone who won't judge us, who won't tell us what to do and is there to support us in those nervous life decisions that we all have to make.
Mike Lewis was a self-confessed computer geek in his hometown of Southampton, England, but rose high up the corporate ladder in California. He now lives in a small coastal town in Spain where he acts as a Life Coach to clients in Europe, America, India and Australia, chatting with them on a regular basis by telephone. But why should we need anybody to help us along?
A life coach is basically a support system for people who want to make some change in their life. The sig- nificant thing about personal development is this: there's relatively few people that I've ever met that don't want to get on in life, but it's hard to get on if you try and find all this stimulus from the outside. The difference between coaching and other forms of personal development is primarily this: with life coaching, nobody tells you what to do, nobody tells you who you should be, nobody tries to change you 'cause we're all perfect as we are! What a life coach does is encourage you to find the answers to all life's problems from within, not from without.

Fonte: Revista Speak UP, edição 201, fev. 2004.


In “[…] we don't actually need all these people to look after us.”, actually MEANS:

  • A really.
  • B nowadays.
  • C likely.
  • D firmly.
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LIFE COACHING - YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR PROBLEM IS?

Derek Workman


These days it seems that there's always someone there to pick you up, help you out and give your life a new start.
You can find someone to choose your clothes for you, or sort out your wardrobe, if you already have enough; there's someone to arrange your dinner parties and someone else who will look after your diary, or if life just seems to be too much trouble to do anything at all, you can find a psychotherapist to help you deal with your problems.
Fine as it is to have all this help at hand, if we look closely at ourselves, we can begin to see that we don't actually need all these people to look after us. To help us do this is the role of the Life Coach - someone who won't judge us, who won't tell us what to do and is there to support us in those nervous life decisions that we all have to make.
Mike Lewis was a self-confessed computer geek in his hometown of Southampton, England, but rose high up the corporate ladder in California. He now lives in a small coastal town in Spain where he acts as a Life Coach to clients in Europe, America, India and Australia, chatting with them on a regular basis by telephone. But why should we need anybody to help us along?
A life coach is basically a support system for people who want to make some change in their life. The sig- nificant thing about personal development is this: there's relatively few people that I've ever met that don't want to get on in life, but it's hard to get on if you try and find all this stimulus from the outside. The difference between coaching and other forms of personal development is primarily this: with life coaching, nobody tells you what to do, nobody tells you who you should be, nobody tries to change you 'cause we're all perfect as we are! What a life coach does is encourage you to find the answers to all life's problems from within, not from without.

Fonte: Revista Speak UP, edição 201, fev. 2004.


The clients of Life Coach are people who want

  • A someone else to look after their diary.
  • B to find a psychotherapist.
  • C to find someone to help them deal with their problems.
  • D to make some change in their life.
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LIFE COACHING - YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR PROBLEM IS?

Derek Workman


These days it seems that there's always someone there to pick you up, help you out and give your life a new start.
You can find someone to choose your clothes for you, or sort out your wardrobe, if you already have enough; there's someone to arrange your dinner parties and someone else who will look after your diary, or if life just seems to be too much trouble to do anything at all, you can find a psychotherapist to help you deal with your problems.
Fine as it is to have all this help at hand, if we look closely at ourselves, we can begin to see that we don't actually need all these people to look after us. To help us do this is the role of the Life Coach - someone who won't judge us, who won't tell us what to do and is there to support us in those nervous life decisions that we all have to make.
Mike Lewis was a self-confessed computer geek in his hometown of Southampton, England, but rose high up the corporate ladder in California. He now lives in a small coastal town in Spain where he acts as a Life Coach to clients in Europe, America, India and Australia, chatting with them on a regular basis by telephone. But why should we need anybody to help us along?
A life coach is basically a support system for people who want to make some change in their life. The sig- nificant thing about personal development is this: there's relatively few people that I've ever met that don't want to get on in life, but it's hard to get on if you try and find all this stimulus from the outside. The difference between coaching and other forms of personal development is primarily this: with life coaching, nobody tells you what to do, nobody tells you who you should be, nobody tries to change you 'cause we're all perfect as we are! What a life coach does is encourage you to find the answers to all life's problems from within, not from without.

Fonte: Revista Speak UP, edição 201, fev. 2004.


All the statements below are characteristics of Life Coach, EXCEPT:

  • A Don’t tell you what to do and who you should be.
  • B To arrange your dinner parties and someone else who will look after your diary.
  • C To chat with the clients on a regular basis telephone.
  • D To encourage you to find answers to all life's problems.
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TEXT 2

Food Engineering

MAKE A DIFFERENCE BE A FOOD ENGINEER



Food engineering is the application of engineering principles to the storage, processing and distribution of food materials and _____ bio-products. It requires a sound engineering education, as well as fundamental training in chemistry and food science.
Food Engineers can make valuable contributions in various capacities of food chain such as design of processing, handling, packaging and storage equipment and systems; scale-up of prototype food processes, machinery, and equipment; product/process research and development; regulation and protection of the public health; and engineering and technical Sales.

Fonte: http://baen.tamu.edu/foodengineering/FEngr/FEngr.html Acesso em: 15/10/2013.


The correct word to fill in the space provided in “food materials and ____ bio-products.” from text 2 is

  • A her
  • B its
  • C their
  • D your
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TEXT 1

When was the first computer unvented?

The word "computer" was first recorded as being used in 1613 and was originally used to describe a human who performed calculations or computations. The definition of a computer remained the same until the end of the 19th century when people began to realize machines never get tired and can perform calculations much faster and more accurately than any team of human computers ever could.
In 1822, Charles Babbage began developing the Difference Engine, which was considered to be the first automatic computing engine. It was capable of computing several sets of numbers and making hard copies of the results. Unfortunately, because of funding he was never able to complete a full-scale functional version of this machine. In June of 1991, the London Science Museum completed the Difference Engine Nº 2 for the bicentenni- al year of Babbage's birth and later completed the printing mechanism in 2000.

Fonte: http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000984.htm Acesso em: 15/10/2013


The word it in “It was capable of computing several sets of numbers” refers to

  • A Charles Babbage.
  • B Difference Engine.
  • C The Science Musem.
  • D The year 1822.
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