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  1. 1. UFPB 2012
    Looking for freedom By David Hasselhoff One morning in june some twenty years ago I was born a rich man’s son I had everything that money could buy But freedom - I had none I’ve been lookin’ for freedom I’ve been lookin’ so long I’ve been lookin’ for freedom Still the search goes on I’ve been lookin’ for freedom Since I left my home town I’ve been lookin’ for freedom Still it can’t be found I headed down the track, my baggage on my back I left the city far behind Walkin’ down the road, with my heavy load Tryin’ to find some peace of mind Father said you’ll be sorry, son, If you leave your home this way And when you realize the freedom money buys You’ll come running home some day I paid a lotta dues, had plenty to lose Travelling across the land Worked on a farm, got some muscle in my arm But still I’m not a self-made man I’ll be on the run for many years to come I’ll be searching door to door But, given some time, some day I’m gonna find The freedom I’ve been searchin’ for Disponível em: . Acesso em: 13 jul. 2011.   The word “none” (verse 4) refers back to
  2. 2. G1 - EPCAR 2016
    CYBERBULLYING ON THE RISE Bullying among children and teenagers is not something new but it is getting more and more common by modern methods of communication. Cyberbullying happens when an adolescent is put in danger by another child or teenager by photos or text messages sent to cell phones or posted on social networks. Sometimes cyberbullies send mails with sexual comments or take passwords of other teenagers and log on to websites with false identities. Children also play Internet games and make fun of each other in many ways. A study by a Canadian University shows that 1half of the young people interviewed said that they suffer bullying. 2One of the reasons is the great use of cell phones over the past years. Today’s children are connected with each other electronically. They call friends every time they want or communicate with them on Facebook. 3Cyberbullying is getting extremely popular because teens can stay anonymous. 4Many adolescents act this way because they feel frustrated or angry and want to punish somebody for something that happened to them. 5At other times they do it just for fun or because have nothing else to do. 6Parents usually don’t know their child is a cyberbully. 7They perceive it just when the victim or the victim’s parents contact them. This kind of bullying is not as inoffensive as many people think. In some cases it can lead to suicide. 8Many countries have organized campaigns to inform adults and children of its dangers. 9There are a few ways to prevent cyberbullying. First, it is important to show children that they have to respect others and they are responsible for what they do. For victims it is important not to play the bully’s game or answer their emails and text messages. It is also important to get help from parents and teachers. Often schools get involved. 10They bring together the parents of victims and cyberbullies and talk with them. Cyberbullying does not always end at school. Often, parents go to the police and accuse the bullies. (Adapted from http://www.english-online.at/society/ cyberbullying/cyberbullying-on-the-rise.htm) “At other times they do it just for fun or because have nothing else to do.” (reference 5). Mark the option that substitutes the underlined sentence correctly.
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    I haven’t got _______ money in here.
  4. 4. Stoodi
    The president doesn’t have _____ to say about our disastrous performance.
  5. 5. Stoodi
    We can’t find a hospital _____.
  6. 6. Stoodi
    Would you like me to do _____ for your sister?
  7. 7. UFRGS 2012
    Facebook is the world’s largest social network, with 800 million users worldwide as of September 2011. More than any other company, it has defined what 1…….. see as the “social” era of the Internet, in which connections made among 9people 4replace 7algorithm-driven searches. And 8its 5policies, more than any others, seem to be driving the definition of 14privacy in this new age. Every day, Facebook users comment or press the “like” button more than 2 billion times and upload more than 250 million photos. The McKinsey Global Institute has estimated that the network’s users post 30 billion pieces of content 2…….. month. The company, founded in 2004 by a Harvard 15sophomore, Mark Zuckerberg, began life 16catering first to Harvard students and then to all high school and college students. It has since evolved into a broadly popular online destination used by teenagers and adults of all ages. 19In country after country, Facebook has cemented itself as the leader, often displacing other social networks. It is 3…….. surprise that 11Facebook has become one of the titans of the Internet, challenging even Google with 10its vision of a Web tied together by personal relationships and recommendations, rather than by search algorithms. In a major expansion, Facebook has spread itself across other Web sites by offering members the chance to “Like” something - share it with their network – without leaving the Web page they are on. At the Facebook 20developer 6conference in September, 21the company announced the release of a 13product called Timeline, 12which offers a 22highly visual view of a user’s Facebook profile and organizes content into photos, events and apps, all based on a 17timeline view that stretches back to the beginning of a user’s time on Facebook. Timeline is designed to work on 18mobile devices, too. Adaptado de: WYLD, Adrian. Facebook. Disponível em: . Acesso em 01 dez. 2011. Assinale a alternativa que preenche correta e respectivamente as lacunas das referências 1, 2 e 3.
  8. 8. UPE 2012
    Shopaholics are people who buy things compulsively without really needing them. They cannot go into a shop just to look around. They have to buy ___________I _________. Shopaholics often buy clothes without trying them on and often make themselves unhappy by buying more than they can use or pay for. The shopaholic who runs out of money will sometimes resort to shoplifting (stealing small items from shops). Compulsive shopping is a type of _____________II______________ similar to the ones to alcohol or cigarettes. (COSTA, Marcelo Baccarin. Globetrekker. São Paulo: Macmillan, 2008.) As lacunas I e II no texto podem ser completadas, de forma correta e na mesma sequência, pela opção
  9. 9. Stoodi
    There is _____ to go in this small town.
  10. 10. Stoodi
    Is _____ going to the party with me?
  11. 11. UNESP 2004
    TEXTO 2: Could You or Someone You Care About Have an Eating Disorder? In a culture where thinness is too often equated with physical attractiveness, success, and happiness, nearly everyone has dealt with issues regarding the effect their weight and body shape can have on their self-image. However, eating disorders are not about dieting or vanity; they're complex psychological disorders in which an individual's eating patterns are developed - and then habitually maintained - in an attempt to cope with other problems in their life. Each year, more than 5 million Americans are affected by serious and often life-threatening eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa, binge-eating, bulimia nervosa, compulsive eating, and obesity. Left untreated, the emotional, psychological and physical consequences can be devastating, even fatal. Eating disorders know no class, cultural, or gender boundaries and can affect men, women, adolescents, and even children, from all walks of life. (Extraído de http://www.eating-disorder.com/) Eating disorders ............... class, cultural, or gender boundaries. Therefore, they can affect ...............
  12. 12. Stoodi
    She has hardly _____ time left now.
  13. 13. UEG 2003
    Texto 4 A Minor Bird   I have wished a bird would fly away, And not sing by my house all day;   Have clapped my hands at him from the door When it seemed as if I could bear no more.   The fault must partly have been in me. The bird was not to blame for his key.   And of course there must be something wrong In wanting to silence any song. FROST, Robert. New Enlarged Pocket Anthology of Robert Frost’s Poems. NY: Washington Square Press, 1964, p.199    Assinale a alternativa INCORRETA:
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