Questões de Inglês - IME 2008

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2008Inglês

(IME 2008 - Adaptada) Leia a passagem a seguir e resolva o espaçamento 1  If you happened to ___(1)____down London’s Regent Street this ___(2)____ Christmas, you may have noticed, just above the festooned storefronts and package-laden shoppers, a series of clusters of glowing translucent globes. If you’d taken a ____(3)____ look, you would have realized that the globes were pulsating with color, the light emitting diodes (LEDs) within varying their hue and intensity according to the number of ___(4)_____, the wind speed, and the amount of sunlight. And if you’d looked really close, you would have discovered the quad-core Xeon computers running customized software that took inputs from people-monitoring video cameras and environmental sensors to precisely ____(5)____ the display.  Escolha a alternativa que completa corretamente a lacuna correspondente, tornando o texto coeso e coerente.

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2008Inglês

(IME 2008 - Adaptada) Leia a passagem a seguir e resolva o espaçamento 2. If you happened to ___(1)____down London’s Regent Street this ___(2)____ Christmas, you may have noticed, just above the festooned storefronts and package-laden shoppers, a series of clusters of glowing translucent globes. If you’d taken a ____(3)____ look, you would have realized that the globes were pulsating with color, the light emitting diodes (LEDs) within varying their hue and intensity according to the number of ___(4)_____, the wind speed, and the amount of sunlight. And if you’d looked really close, you would have discovered the quad-core Xeon computers running customized software that took inputs from people-monitoring video cameras and environmental sensors to precisely ____(5)____ the display.  Escolha a alternativa que completa corretamente a lacuna correspondente, tornando o texto coeso e coerente.

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2008Inglês

(IME 2008 - Adaptada) Leia a passagem a seguir e resolva o espaçamento 3. If you happened to ___(1)____down London’s Regent Street this ___(2)____ Christmas, you may have noticed, just above the festooned storefronts and package-laden shoppers, a series of clusters of glowing translucent globes. If you’d taken a ____(3)____ look, you would have realized that the globes were pulsating with color, the light emitting diodes (LEDs) within varying their hue and intensity according to the number of ___(4)_____, the wind speed, and the amount of sunlight. And if you’d looked really close, you would have discovered the quad-core Xeon computers running customized software that took inputs from people-monitoring video cameras and environmental sensors to precisely ____(5)____ the display.  Escolha a alternativa que completa corretamente a lacuna correspondente, tornando o texto coeso e coerente.

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2008Inglês

(IME 2008 - Adaptada) Leia a passagem a seguir e resolva o espaçamento 4. If you happened to ___(1)____down London’s Regent Street this ___(2)____ Christmas, you may have noticed, just above the festooned storefronts and package-laden shoppers, a series of clusters of glowing translucent globes. If you’d taken a ____(3)____ look, you would have realized that the globes were pulsating with color, the light emitting diodes (LEDs) within varying their hue and intensity according to the number of ___(4)_____, the wind speed, and the amount of sunlight. And if you’d looked really close, you would have discovered the quad-core Xeon computers running customized software that took inputs from people-monitoring video cameras and environmental sensors to precisely ____(5)____ the display.  Escolha a alternativa que completa corretamente a lacuna correspondente, tornando o texto coeso e coerente.

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2008Inglês

(IME 2008 - Adaptada) Leia a passagem a seguir e resolva o espaçamento 5. If you happened to ___(1)____down London’s Regent Street this ___(2)____ Christmas, you may have noticed, just above the festooned storefronts and package-laden shoppers, a series of clusters of glowing translucent globes. If you’d taken a ____(3)____ look, you would have realized that the globes were pulsating with color, the light emitting diodes (LEDs) within varying their hue and intensity according to the number of ___(4)_____, the wind speed, and the amount of sunlight. And if you’d looked really close, you would have discovered the quad-core Xeon computers running customized software that took inputs from people-monitoring video cameras and environmental sensors to precisely ____(5)____ the display.  Escolha a alternativa que completa corretamente a lacuna correspondente, tornando o texto coeso e coerente.

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2008Inglês

(IME 2008 - Adaptada) Leia a passagem seguinte e marque a alternativa correta de acordo com a pergunta que segue o texto.  Martin Hellman, professor emeritus at Stanford, used engineering risk analysis methods to determine the failure rate for the United States’ nuclear deterrence strategy and came up with a shocking 1 percent chance per year that a nuclear war will break out. What can be understood about this passage?

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2008Inglês

(IME 2008 - Adaptada) Leia a passagem seguinte e marque a alternativa correta de acordo com a pergunta que segue o texto. Chip makers replaced aluminum interconnects with better conducting copper ones about seven years ago, but now copper’s days are numbered too.  What is the present condition of copper interconnects? 

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2008Inglês

(IME 2008 - Adaptada) Leia a passagem seguinte e marque a alternativa correta de acordo com a pergunta que segue o texto. Don McMillan likes to say that the only time people laugh at engineers is when they mess up at work. But he’s the exception. He’s a trained electrical engineer, and people laugh at him everyday – unless he messes up. That’s because he tells jokes for a living.  What do we know about Don McMillan? 

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2008Inglês

(IME 2008 - Adaptada) Leia a passagem seguinte e marque a alternativa correta de acordo com a pergunta que segue o texto. Designers use databases of North American and European body measurements to create their products but feel a lack of data to adapt the designs to Asians’ different body measurements. That will soon change.  What is a basic assumption of designers? 

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2008Inglês

(IME 2008 - Adaptada) Leia a passagem seguinte e marque a alternativa correta de acordo com a pergunta que segue o texto. Remember when Barbie whined that “math is hard.” Maybe you got annoyed at hearing a popular female doll say that to little girls. Or maybe you also had a nagging suspicion that, in fact, boys are better at math. Well, the latest research is in, and the answer is a resounding no: an analysis of performance on math tests finds that girls match boys. The finding appears in the July 25 issue of the journal Science.  Which of the new information below could be coherently added to the passage? 

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2008Inglês

(IME 2008 - Adaptada) Leia a passagem seguinte e marque a alternativa correta de acordo com a pergunta que segue o texto. A legion of 38 solar-battered cars gathers in State Square in Darwin, on the northern coast of Australia. The flat, rectangular bodies hug the ground like three-wheeled UFOs, their etherealness accentuated by their motor’s eerie, barely perceptible hum.  Three adjectives that can be used to describe the cars mentioned in this paragraph are. 

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2008Inglês

(IME 2008 - Adaptada) Leia a passagem seguinte e marque a alternativa correta de acordo com a pergunta que segue o texto. The midday sun had chased the last of the morning’s chill from the air when David Downey turned into the Garmin International parking lot, in Olathe, Kan., winding up a 20-kilometer run. He’d been out on the road for nearly 2 hours, a little longer than usual, but he wanted to enjoy the perfect fall weather while he could.  By the description of the situation presented in this paragraph, what do you know about the weather? 

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2008Inglês

(IME 2008 - Adaptada) Leia a passagem seguinte e marque a alternativa correta de acordo com a pergunta que segue o texto. As one of us – the heaviest one – approached the first major hill on a test ride of Brammo Motorsports’  brand new Enertia electric motorcycle, we were doubtful that this light, elegantly designed bike could haul a 109-kilogram (240-pound) rider up the incline. We shouldn’t have worried: it effortlessly propelled him to the top of Portland, Ore.’s West Hills.  What is NOT true about the product mentioned in this paragraph? 

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2008Inglês

(IME 2008 - Adaptada) Leia a passagem seguinte e marque a alternativa correta de acordo com a pergunta que segue o texto. Improving the diversity of biological habitats and ecosystems is a vital goal in itself, yet policies to encourage biodiversity, like most legislation, will have both supporters and naysayers.  By the information in this sentence, what do we know about biodiversity? 

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2008Inglês

(IME 2008 - Adaptada) Leia a passagem seguinte e marque a alternativa correta de acordo com a pergunta que segue o texto. Fisheries may be an ancient economic activity, but nowadays they are at the forefront of globalization. For instance, when it comes to the trade itself: a blue hake caught off the coast of New Zealand by a Japanese vessel may be processed in China before being flown to a market in London or Paris.  Saying that ‘fisheries are at the forefront of globalization’ means that… 

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