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Questão 24
2003Inglês

(FUVEST - 2003 - 1a Fase) Read the following text: I USED TO THINK I COULD quit checking my e-mail any time I wanted to, but I stopped kidding myself years ago. My e-mail program is up and running 24 hours a day, and once I submit to its siren call, whole hours can go missing. I have a friend who recently found herself stuck on a cruise ship near Panama that didnt offer e-mail, so she chartered a helicopter to take her to the nearest Internet caf. There was nothing in her queue but junk mail and other spam, but she thought the trip was worth it. I know how she felt. You never know when youre going to get that note from Uncle Eric about your inheritance. Or that White House dinner invitation with a time-sensitive R.S.V.P. TIME, JUNE 10, 2002 According to the passage, the writers friend

Questão 25
2003Inglês

(FUVEST - 2003 - 1a Fase) Read the following text: DIANA HAD BEEN HOPING to get away by five, so she could be at the farm in time for dinner. She tried not to show her true feelings when at 4.37 her deputy, Phil Haskins, presented her with a complex twelve-page document that required the signature of a director before it could be sent out to the client. Haskins didnt hesitate to remind her that they had lost two similar contracts that week. It was always the same on a Friday. The phones would go quiet in the middle of the afternoon and then, just as she thought she could slip away, an authorisation would land on her desk. One glance at this particular document and Diana knew there would be no chance of escaping before six. JEFFREY ARCHER, The Collected Short Stories, p. 1 According to the passage, Diana

Questão 26
2003Inglês

(FUVEST - 2003 - 1a Fase) Read the following text: DIANA HAD BEEN HOPING to get away by five, so she could be at the farm in time for dinner. She tried not to show her true feelings when at 4.37 her deputy, Phil Haskins, presented her with a complex twelve-page document that required the signature of a director before it could be sent out to the client. Haskins didnt hesitate to remind her that they had lost two similar contracts that week. It was always the same on a Friday. The phones would go quiet in the middle of the afternoon and then, just as she thought she could slip away, an authorisation would land on her desk. One glance at this particular document and Diana knew there would be no chance of escaping before six. JEFFREY ARCHER, The Collected Short Stories, p. 1 The passage tells us that when Phil Haskins presented Diana with a document, she

Questão 27
2003Inglês

(FUVEST - 2003 - 1a Fase) Read the following text: DIANA HAD BEEN HOPING to get away by five, so she could be at the farm in time for dinner. She tried not to show her true feelings when at 4.37 her deputy, Phil Haskins, presented her with a complex twelve-page document that required the signature of a director before it could be sent out to the client. Haskins didnt hesitate to remind her that they had lost two similar contracts that week. It was always the same on a Friday. The phones would go quiet in the middle of the afternoon and then, just as she thought she could slip away, an authorisation would land on her desk. One glance at this particular document and Diana knew there would be no chance of escaping before six. JEFFREY ARCHER, The Collected Short Stories, p. 1 The passage says that on Fridays

Questão 28
2003Inglês

(FUVEST - 2003 - 1a Fase) Read the following text: DIANA HAD BEEN HOPING to get away by five, so she could be at the farm in time for dinner. She tried not to show her true feelings when at 4.37 her deputy, Phil Haskins, presented her with a complex twelve-page document that required the signature of a director before it could be sent out to the client. Haskins didnt hesitate to remind her that they had lost two similar contracts that week. It was always the same on a Friday. The phones would go quiet in the middle of the afternoon and then, just as she thought she could slip away, an authorisation would land on her desk. One glance at this particular document and Diana knew there would be no chance of escaping before six. JEFFREY ARCHER, The Collected Short Stories, p. 1 Choose the item which best completes the sentence, according to the passage: Diana wouldnt be at the farm in time for dinner unless she...by five.

Questão 29
2003História

(FUVEST - 2003 - 1a Fase)A histria da Antigidade Clssica a histria das cidades, porm, de cidades baseadas na propriedade da terra e na agricultura. K. Marx. Formaes econmicas pr-capitalistas. Em decorrncia da frase de Marx, correto afirmar que

Questão 30
2003História

(FUVEST - 2003 - 1a Fase)Perto do ano 1000, manifestaes de medo foram verificadas em todo o Ocidente, como se o fim do milnio trouxesse consigo o fim dos tempos. Tal situao deve ser entendida como

Questão 31
2003História

(FUVEST - 2003 - 1a Fase) Os portugueses chegaram ao territrio, depois denominado Brasil, em 1500, mas a administrao da terra s foi organizada em 1549. Isso ocorreu porque, at ento,

Questão 32
2003História

(FUVEST -2003 - 1a Fase) Antigamente a Lusitnia e a Andaluzia eram o fim do mundo, mas agora, com a descoberta das ndias, tornaram-se o centro dele. Essa frase, de Toms de Mercado, escritor espanhol do sculo 16, referia-se

Questão 33
2003História

(FUVEST - 2003 - 1a Fase)Deus castigou esta terra com dez pragas muito cruis por causa da dureza e obstinao de seus moradores [...]. A primeira dessas pragas foi que, num dos navios, veio um negro atacado de varola, uma doena que nunca tinha sido vista nessa terra. Motolina. Memrias das coisas da Nova Espanha. A respeito desse relato do franciscano Motolina, sobre a conquista da cidade do Mxico pelos espanhis, em 1520, pode-se concluir que

Questão 34
2003História

(FUVEST - 2003 - 1a Fase)Ao longo do sculo 17, vegetais americanos como a batata-doce, o milho, a mandioca, o anans e o caju penetraram no continente africano. Isso deve ser entendido como

Questão 35
2003História

(FUVEST -2003 - 1a Fase) Da Independncia dos Estados Unidos (1776), da Revoluo Francesa (1789) e do processo de independncia na Amrica Ibrica (1808-1824), pode-se dizer que todos esses movimentos

Questão 36
2003História

(FUVEST - 2003 - 1a Fase)... quando o prncipe regente portugus, D. Joo, chegou de malas e bagagens para residir no Brasil, houve um grande alvoroo na cidade do Rio de Janeiro. Afinal era a prpria encarnao do rei [...] que aqui desembarcava. D. Joo no precisou, porm, caminhar muito para alojar-se. Logo em frente ao cais estava localizado o Palcio dos ViceReis. Lilia Schwarcz. As Barbas do Imperador. O significado da chegada de D. Joo ao Rio de Janeiro pode ser resumido como

Questão 37
2003História

(FUVEST - 2003 - 1a Fase) Sobre a Lei de Terras, decretada no mesmo ano (1850) da Lei Eusbio de Queirs, que suprimiu o trfico negreiro, correto afirmar que

Questão 38
2003História

(FUVEST - 2003 - 1a Fase) Em certo sentido, os portugueses, os espanhis e os italianos, compondo os maiores contingentes imigratrios para o Brasil, registrados entre a Independncia e a Primeira Guerra Mundial, satisfaziam as reivindicaes dos dois grupos de presses nacionais. (Maria L. Renaux e Luiz F. de Alencastro. Histria da Vida Privada no Brasil.) Uma das reivindicaes atendidas com a entrada desses imigrantes foi a de

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