|Questão cód. 1006374|
|1)||According to Brown (2007:14), the concepts approach, method, and technique, created by Edward Antony (1963) were reformulated and renamed by Richards and Rodgers (1982), respectively approach, design, and procedure, with a superordinate term to describe this three-step process, now called method.|
Read the definitions below and match them to the reformulated terms.
What defines assumptions, beliefs and theories about the nature of anguage and language learning.”
What specifies the relationship of those theories to classroom materials and activities.”
An umbrella term for the specification and interrelation of theory and practice.”
The techniques and practices that are derived from one’s specific set of beliefs as well as materials and activities.”
Mark the option which has the right sequence of terms.
|a)||approach / design / method / procedure|
|b)||method / approach / design / procedure|
|c)||approach / procedure / design / method|
|d)||method / design / procedure / approach|
|Questão cód. 1071755|
|2)||According to the COLREG, a ship which is "not at anchor, or made fast to the shore, or aground" is|
|a)||not under command.|
|Questão cód. 1071780|
|3)||The words "can" and "may" describes either the possibility or the capability of doing something. In the IMO Standard Marine Communication Phrases (SMCP) the situations where phrases using the word "can" or "may" appear make it clear whether a possibility is referred to. In an ambiguous context, however, misunderstandings frequently occur. What is correct standard phrase, from the IMO SMCP, that the ship engineer has to use to ask to the barge master if is it possible to start pumping oily water from the ship to a barge alongside?|
|a)||Question. Should I start pumping at this time?|
|b)||May I start pumping at this time?|
|c)||Question. Do I have permission to start pumping at this time?|
|d)||Do I start pumping at this time?|
|e)||Interrogative. Can I start pumping at this time?|
|Questão cód. 1129747|
|4)||Read the sentences below and choose the correct alternative.|
I - I have a little money in my savings account.
II - Some doubts came across during the meeting.
III - I’ll never have anything if I don’t work hard.
|a)||Only sentence I is grammatically correct.|
|b)||Only sentence II is grammatically correct.|
|c)||Only sentence III is grammatically correct.|
|d)||Sentences I and II are grammatically correct.|
|e)||Sentences I and III are grammatically correct.|
|Questão cód. 1129754|
|5)||Some words ending in “ly” may belong to other parts of speech. Choose the word that can be both an adverb and an adjective.|
|Questão cód. 1137209|
|6)||I’m so tired! I’ve been _______ with work this week!|
|Questão cód. 1141305|
|7)||Choose the correct alternative. “‘Lights are out in California!’ the businessman said to the reporter.” In the reported speech, this sentence would be:|
|a)||The businessman said to the reporter that lights are out in California.|
|b)||The businessman told the reporter that lights were out in California.|
|c)||The businessman said that lights are out in California.|
|d)||The businessman told to the reporter that lights was out in California.|
|Questão cód. 1214231|
|8)||Choose the letter in which the verb tense is NOT correct to the context.|
“I talked to Laura on the telephone”, sai d the first Laura. “I hope we can became best friends, because we have lots in common. We have made plans to meet up”.
|Questão cód. 1219837|
|9)||Complete the sentence with the correct alternative.|
Are you still looking_________ your jewelry?
|Questão cód. 1221157|
|10)||For sentences 19 to 24, choose the best alternative: 19 - Joshua and his girlfriend Clarice are proud of ______ because they succeeded in the finals.|