Colégio:________________________________________________________ 
Nome: ________________________________________________ n...
B. goes in last 
C. cannot be taken apart 
D. is small 
Text II 
Many people like to eat pizza, but not everyone knows how...
B. reinforce the idea that most people probably live on farms 
C. prove that store-bought cheese tastes better than homema...
17) Coloque as palavras na ordem correta para formar o Future Simple 
a) will Simon do what ?_____________________________...
20) De acordo com o médico, o seu paciente deveria 
A – Tomar mais remédio 
B – Evitar situações de stress 
C – Trabalhar ...
Read the two pieces of news. 
Brazilian police kill 9 drug traffickers in shootout 
An elite police unit killed nine peopl...
 Text 1 
The Global Movement for Children (G.M.C.) is a force for change. We are calling 
for people throughout the world...
Comprehension. Answer IN ENGLISH! 
30. Why is Maggy crying? 
…….……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 
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  1. 1. Colégio:________________________________________________________ Nome: ________________________________________________ nº _____ Professor(a): _______________ Série: 1ª EM Turma:_______ Data: _____/_____/2014 BATERIA DE LINGUA INGLESA 2º trimestre “Sem limite para crescer” Text I Matt is moving into his new bedroom today. He has four pieces of furniture to move into the room. He has a bed, a dresser, a desk, and a chair. Matt has to plan out how he will move everything. The bed must go in first. It has to be taken apart to fit through the doorway. It will be easier to put the bed back together if it is the only thing in the room. Then he can push the bed against the far wall. The other pieces of furniture can go into the room in any order. However, the dresser and desk are both too wide to fit through the doorway. They must be turned sideways. The chair is the smallest piece of furniture. It is also the easiest to move. 1) What is the only piece of furniture that cannot go in the room last? A. bed B. dresser C. desk D. chair 2) Which sentence from the passage best lets us know that Matt has to plan how he will move everything? A. “He has four pieces of furniture to move into the room.” B. “It will be easier to put the bed back together if it is the only thing in the room.” C. “The other pieces of furniture can go into the room in any order.” D. “The chair is the smallest piece of furniture.” 3) What does Matt have to do to make the bed fit through the doorway? A. take it apart B. turn it sideways C. put it in first D. push it against the far wall 4) This passage is mostly about A. a new bedroom B. moving furniture C. taking furniture apart D. the moving day 5) Based on its use in the passage, we can understand that order belongs to which word group? A. cleanliness, organization, tidiness B. command, demand, direction C. grouping, pattern, system D. area, room, space 6) Based on information in the passage, we can understand that furniture is easier to move if it A. goes in first
  2. 2. B. goes in last C. cannot be taken apart D. is small Text II Many people like to eat pizza, but not everyone knows how to make it. Making the perfect pizza can be complicated, but there are lots of ways for you to make a more basic version at home. When you make pizza, you must begin with the crust. The crust can be hard to make. If you want to make the crust yourself, you will have to make dough using flour, water, and yeast. You will have to knead the dough with your hands. If you do not have enough time to do this, you can use a prepared crust that you buy from the store. After you have chosen your crust, you must then add the sauce. Making your own sauce from scratch can take a long time. You have to buy tomatoes, peel them, and then cook them with spices. If this sounds like too much work, you can also purchase jarred sauce from the store. Many jarred sauces taste almost as good as the kind you make at home. Now that you have your crust and your sauce, you need to add the cheese. Cheese comes from milk, which comes from cows. Do you have a cow in your backyard? Do you know how to milk the cow? Do you know how to turn that milk into cheese? If not, you might want to buy cheese from the grocery store instead of making it yourself. When you have the crust, sauce, and cheese ready, you can add other toppings. Some people like to put meat on their pizza, while other people like to add vegetables. Some people even like to add pineapple! The best part of making a pizza at home is that you can customize it by adding your own favorite ingredients. 7) The author's main purpose in writing this passage is to A. describe the history of pizza B. teach a healthier way to make pizza C. outline steps to make a basic pizza at home D. provide tips about how to make your pizza especially delicious 8) As used in paragraph 1, which word means the opposite of complicated? A. difficult B. simple C. easy D. manageable 9) As used in paragraph 3, which is the best synonym for purchase? A. forget B. buy C. ask D. cook 10) In paragraph 3, the author writes, "Many jarred sauces taste almost as good as the kind you make at home." The purpose of this statement is to A. clarify a later statement B. provide an example C. clarify an earlier statement D. support the previous paragraph 11) In paragraph 4, the author asks a series of questions in order to A. support the idea that most people cannot make homemade cheese
  3. 3. B. reinforce the idea that most people probably live on farms C. prove that store-bought cheese tastes better than homemade cheese D. emphasize the superiority of homemade cheese over store bought cheese 12) As used in paragraph 5, which is the best definition for customize? A. to make personal B. to prepare for more than one C. to eat while hot D. to desire 13) According to the author, which of the following ingredients do you need to have ready before you can add the toppings? I. crust II. sauce III. cheese A. I only B. I and II only C. II and III only D. I, II, and III 14) Which of the following words best describes how the author feels about making a pizza from scratch? A. helpful B. understanding C. enthusiastic D. negative 15) Which of the following conclusions would work best at the end of this passage. A. Although the crust, sauce, and toppings are all important ingredients in pizza, it is clear that the cheese is most important. Therefore, be sure your cheese is homemade. B. It can be understood that making your pizza from scratch should be avoided at all costs. Use store bought ingredients and save yourself a heap of trouble. C. As you can see, cooking a pizza can be fun, but it can also be very expensive. But, as you can see, the best things are worth paying for. D. Once you have prepared the crust, sauce, cheese, and toppings, you are ready to bake your pizza. I think you will see that making pizza at home can be a good alternative to purchasing it from the store. 16) Complete with the correct form of the verb in brackets. Steve is talking to Anita on his mobile phone. ANITA - Hi Steve! Where are you? You’re late. STEVE - I know. I (1) _____________________ (come). I (2) _____________________ (walk) down Parliament Street now. ANITA - Hurry up! Rosie (3) _____________________ (buy) the tickets and we (4) _____________________ (go) into the Jorvik Viking Centre. (Sounds of lots of screaming) STEVE - What’s that? ANITA - Don’t worry! It’s Sara and Barbara. They (5) _____________________ (scream). STEVE - Why? ANITA - They are scared. We (6) _____________________ (look) at an exhibition of a man with a knife. CARL - Where’s Steve? ANITA - He (7) _____________________ (come). Look–there he is. He (8) _____________________ (speak) to the man at the entrance.
  4. 4. 17) Coloque as palavras na ordem correta para formar o Future Simple a) will Simon do what ?______________________________________________________ b) escape will Robbie ? ______________________________________________________ c) an argument they have will .______________________________________________________ d) at the Robbie pool club be won’t .______________________________________________________ e) be he where will ? ______________________________________________________ f) won’t Simon Robbie shoot . ______________________________________________________ 18) Leia a "comic strip" acima e depois responda: a) Segundo a Mônica, Cebolinha não pinta bem. b) Mônica não gostou da sujeira que o Cebolinha fez. c) Cebolinha esqueceu-se de alguma coisa. d) Está faltando colocar mais papel de parede. e) Mônica acha que o trabalho do Cebolinha está perfeito. 19) Make these sentences imperative. Ex.: They don’t do the homework. Do the homework!. a) I can’t write in Japanese ___________________________________________________________________ b) She isn’t going to make a good sandwich ______________________________________________________ c) I don’t like to write in ink __________________________________________________________________ UFG 2011/2
  5. 5. 20) De acordo com o médico, o seu paciente deveria A – Tomar mais remédio B – Evitar situações de stress C – Trabalhar menos D – Exercitar-se com mais frequência E – Mudar seus hábitos alimentares 21) Use the words / phrases from the list to complete the sentences, as in the example: * sell her car * be late for school * make a cake * fix * lose weight a. Jane’s putting an ad in the newspaper. She is going to sell her car. b. The washing machine isn’t working. My father …….……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… c. I bought some flour and some eggs. I …….……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… d. Robert is on a diet. He …….……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… e. Peter is still in bed. He …….……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Read the text and answer questions 22 and 23. Ultimate Classic Toys What was your favorite toy when you were a kid? Regardless of your age – whether you are of the Hula Hoop generation or more of a Rubik's Cube person – there are some toys everyone knows. Slinky, Mr. Potato Head, Barbie, Play- Doh and Hot Wheels are still going strong, no matter how many video games flood the market. But how much do you really know about these classic toys? Take our quiz to find out. 22) The following piece of information is found in the text: (A) the age group the quiz is for. (B) how long the quiz will take. (C) the prize participants will get. (D) names of well-known classic toys. (E) participants' opinions about the quiz. 23) The sentences 'What was your favorite toy when you were a kid?' and 'But how much do you really know about these classic toys?' were used to (A) motivate readers to take the quiz. (B) explain the different stages in the quiz. (C) present the rules to be followed in the quiz. (D) point out important characteristics of the quiz. (E) introduce sample questions from participants.
  6. 6. Read the two pieces of news. Brazilian police kill 9 drug traffickers in shootout An elite police unit killed nine people during an operation targeting drug traffickers in Varzea Paulista, a city about 50kilometers (31 miles) from São Paulo, Brazilian officials said. Six of the nine suspects killed in Tuesday's operation have been identified and all had lengthy criminal records, the São Paulo Security Secretariat said. (Adaptado). Ten Workers in Colombia Killed by Drug Traffickers By Dan Molinski BOGOTA – Ten farm workers were massacred in northwestern Colombia by an alleged drug-trafficking gang involved in an increasingly bloody battle with a rival group for control of the area. The killings Wednesday night raised concern that drug trafficking related violence, frequently seen in Mexico, may become more common among the gangs in Colombia. (Adaptado). 24) What problem concerns the two pieces of news? (A) The difficulties South American authorities face incontrolling drug trafficking. (B) The intrinsec relation between drug trafficking, violence, and death. (C) The way drug traffickers were killed in Colombia and Brazil. (D) The increasing number of innocents killed because of drug trafficking. (E) The similarity between Colombian and Brazilian drug trafficking gangs. Lost city of the Nile Last year, an international archaeological team reported the discovery of Heraklieon, a water-covered Egyptian city near the mouth of the Nile River that disappeared, either through floods or earthquakes, more than 1,000 years ago. Led by French archaeologist Franck Goddio, the team revealed 1its latest findings in June, the most startling of 2which included a statue of the Nile River goddess, Hapi, and stone tablets announcing tariffs on Greek trade goods. "We have found the famous Temple of Heracles-Khonsu," Goddio announced, citing the statue of Hapi as proof of the discovery. The site is renowned in legend as the place where Hercules once changed the course of the Nile. An accompanying pair of statues, of a pharaoh and queen, turned up broken where they had fallen inside a pink granite shrine dedicated to the town's mythological patron. The stone tablets, or stelae, confirm the city as Heraklieon. (USA TODAY, June 28, 2001:8d) 25. (Ufrj 2002) Transcribe the words which the following items refer to (Answer in English): a) "its" (ref. 1); …….……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… b) "which" (ref. 2). …….………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
  7. 7.  Text 1 The Global Movement for Children (G.M.C.) is a force for change. We are calling for people throughout the world to take action and protect the rights of children. Because millions of children are suffering exclusion, exploitation and are being abused. The actions of GMC are centered in 10 imperatives: 1. Leave no children out 2. Always put children first 3. Care for every child 4. Fight HIV / AIDS 5. Stop harming and exploiting children immediately 6. Always listen to children 7. Educate every child 8. Protect children from war all the time 9. Protect the earth for children 10. Fight poverty: invest in children http://www.gmfc.org/ Vocabulary: THROUGHOUT = EM TODA PARTE RIGHTS = DIREITOS TO HARM = PREJUDICAR, OFENDER, CAUSAR DANO Comprehension. Answer IN PORTUGUESE! 26. O que a GMC está fazendo em todo o mundo? …….……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… …….……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 27. Por que essa organização tem feito isso? …….……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… …….……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… …….……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… * As ações da GMC são baseadas em 10 imperativos. Você aprendeu que os verbos no imperativo podem indicar pedidos, conselhos e ordens. 28. Observando os 10 imperativos, apenas um deles não tem a palavra child/children. Por que combater o vírus HIV e a AIDS podem ajudar no desenvolvimento das crianças? …….……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… …….……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 29. Copie do texto dois imperativos que na sua opinião são os mais importantes em relação ao futuro das crianças. …….……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… …….………………………………………………………………………………………………………………  Text 2
  8. 8. Comprehension. Answer IN ENGLISH! 30. Why is Maggy crying? …….……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… …….……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 31. According to what you know about Maggy’s characteristics, why is crying so funny? …….……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… …….……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 32. Write down from the text:  an interjection – …….………………………………………………………………………………………………………………  two personal pronouns – …….………………………………………………………………………………………………………………  a sentence with present continuous – …….……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 32. Fill in the song using the keys below. TITANIUM – DAVID GUETTA You shout it loud, but I can't hear a word you say I________________________ (a) loud, not _________________ (b) much I'm criticized, but all your bullets ricochet You shoot me down, but I get up Chorus I'm bulletproof, nothing to lose Fire away, fire away Ricochet, you take your aim Fire away, fire away You shoot me down, but I _________________________ (c) I am titanium Cut me down, but it________ (d) you who_________ (e) have further to fall Ghost town and haunted love Raise your voice Sticks and stones may break my bones letras.mus.br › Pop › Sia › Titanium (feat. David Guetta) (a) present continuous – verb to talk; (b) gerund – verb to say; (c) simple future negative short form – verb to fall; (d) short form – verb to be; (e) short form simple future 33. Take from the text TWO sentences and rewrite them, using the future with going to. …….………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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