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(IME 2009) Cada frase a seguir apresenta 5 (cinco) palavras sublinhadas, dentre as quais uma está ERRADA, tornando a frase gramaticalmente incorreta. Marque a alternativa que torna a frase gramaticalmente INCORRETA. Crafting clever toys, making beautiful music, lighting up(A) the South Pacific – the ten technologists in our special report has(B) engineered(C) exciting careers(D) that melt(E) their passions with their professions. 

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2009Inglês

(IME 2009) Cada frase a seguir apresenta 5 (cinco) palavras sublinhadas, dentre as quais uma está ERRADA, tornando a frase gramaticalmente incorreta. Marque a alternativa que torna a frase gramaticalmente INCORRETA. Did you know that your car probably has more software running in it than the latest military fighter jets? Or that it has fifty or more embedded(A) microprocessors that control everything from(B) meeting governmental emission-control standards for(C) automatically increasing(D) the volume of your radio as(E) you drive faster? 

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2009Inglês

(IME 2009) Cada frase a seguir apresenta 5 (cinco) palavras sublinhadas, dentre as quais uma está ERRADA, tornando a frase gramaticalmente incorreta. Marque a alternativa que torna a frase gramaticalmente INCORRETA. People pursue technology for a(A) living because they are passionate about(B) making things, making things better, and making a difference in the world. Today's engineers need the knowledge to tackle classics(C) engineering problems, but(D) also the sensitivity to understand the social impact of technology on(E) people and the environment.

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2009Inglês

(IME 2009) Cada frase a seguir apresenta 5 (cinco) palavras sublinhadas, dentre as quais uma está ERRADA, tornando a frase gramaticalmente incorreta. Marque a alternativa que torna a frase gramaticalmente INCORRETA. Although technology has benefit(A) agriculture in a number of ways, there are some things that growers still do the old-fashioned(B) way. Among them is(C) putting their hands and other measuring devices in the dirt and judging, based on(D) how moist the soil is, whether their crops need water and how much(E) should be added. 

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2009Inglês

(IME 2009) Cada frase a seguir apresenta 5 (cinco) palavras sublinhadas, dentre as quais uma está ERRADA, tornando a frase gramaticalmente incorreta. Marque a alternativa que torna a frase gramaticalmente INCORRETA. Almost invariably(A), a new baby’s photo album begins with a grainy black-and-white picture taken(B) months before birth — a prenatal ultrasound image, which(C) is often detailed enough to inspire comments about the child’s resemblance to(D) very(E) members of the family. 

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(IME 2009) Leia a passagem seguinte e responda à pergunta que a seguem.  Modern buildings incorporate exciting forms with glittering façades and compelling interior spaces. Surveying for these projects requires sophisticated computation, aggressive quality control and close interaction with construction teams.  According to the passage, which of the following sentences correctly completes the idea: “That’s why …”

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2009Inglês

(IME 2009) Leia a passagem seguinte e responda à pergunta que a seguem.  Modern buildings incorporate exciting forms with glittering façades and compelling interior spaces. Surveying for these projects requires sophisticated computation, aggressive quality control and close interaction with construction teams.  Tick the alternative that corresponds to “glittering”, still keeping the same meaning of the sentence. 

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(IME 2009) Leia a passagem seguinte e responda à pergunta que a seguem.  Picture yourself on a tranquil tropical beach. The late afternoon sun warms your face, chest and legs. Squeaky clean sand sifts through your salt-flavored fingers. Your mind thinks little further than the splashing of waves on the shoreline and the light flickering off shoals of little fish whizzing around in the crystal clear shallows. That’s the scenario on many Pacific islands, where the sands, in an inevitable process, are always shifting, therefore ... .  Which of the following sentences correctly completes the idea of the passage?

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2009Inglês

(IME 2009) Leia a passagem seguinte e responda à pergunta que a seguem.  Picture yourself on a tranquil tropical beach. The late afternoon sun warms your face, chest and legs. Squeaky clean sand sifts through your salt-flavored fingers. Your mind thinks little further than the splashing of waves on the shoreline and the light flickering off shoals of little fish whizzing around in the crystal clear shallows. That’s the scenario on many Pacific islands, where the sands, in an inevitable process, are always shifting, therefore ... .  According to the passage, it can be inferred that the sand shifting process mentioned in the text is … 

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2009Inglês

(IME 2009) Leia a passagem seguinte e responda à pergunta que a seguem.  Picture yourself on a tranquil tropical beach. The late afternoon sun warms your face, chest and legs. Squeaky clean sand sifts through your salt-flavored fingers. Your mind thinks little further than the splashing of waves on the shoreline and the light flickering off shoals of little fish whizzing around in the crystal clear shallows. That’s the scenario on many Pacific islands, where the sands, in an inevitable process, are always shifting, therefore ... .  The phrase “Your mind thinks little further than the splashing of waves on the shoreline” means that … 

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(IME 2009) Leia a passagem seguinte e responda à pergunta que a seguem.  Built in the mid-1960s, the Riverside Drive Parking Deck in Elgin, Illinois, is quite large. Approximately 1,000-ft (300-m) long by 60-ft (18-m) wide – and nearly all of it over the Fox River – the deck is built on hundreds of ‘piles’, large concrete cylinders pushed down into the muddy river bottom. Pre-cast elements in the piles used high-tensile steel wire for reinforcement, and that steel is now rusting. A trail-sized piece of the deck has even fallen into the river causing concern to local authorities.    About the Riverside Drive Parking Deck, what can NOT be concluded? 

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(IME 2009) Leia a passagem seguinte e responda à pergunta que a seguem.  Zürich is the engine of the Swiss economy. Despite having all the conveniences and daily activities of a metropolis, Zürich has been able to preserve the charm of a small town. Yet every day, more than 300,000 commuters, visitors, tourists and business travelers come to this ‘small town’ through Zürich Central Train Station – and that number has been rising steadily. To meet the increasing demand, the Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) together with the Canton of Zürich is expanding the station.  According to the passage … 

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(IME 2009) Leia a passagem seguinte e responda à pergunta que a seguem.  Glaciers at the equator. The legendary source of the River Nile. Mysterious snow-capped peaks shrouded in an impenetrable cloud. These may sound like the stuff of myths – but in this case these descriptions aptly depict Uganda’s Rwenzori Mountains, known for more than 2,000 years as the Mountains of the Moon. Located at Uganda’s western border with the Democratic Republic  of Congo, the Rwenzori Mountains rise as much as 5,109 m (16,763 ft) above gorges at equatorial sea-level to create an amazingly diverse environment that includes tropical rain forests, marshes and lakes, grasslands, glaciers and snowfields. The flora and fauna that flourish there are as unique as the region itself. On gentler slopes, rare mountain gorillas may inhabit bamboo forests, while giant tree heathers up to 10 m (33 ft) tall sway on open ridge tops. It’s no wonder much of the region is now designated World Heritage Site – yet only the lucky visitors will actually see the 100 km (62 mi) of mountain peaks, as a cloak of thick fog envelopes the Rwenzori year-round. It was this fog cloud that kept the legendary peaks from being documented until the late 1800s by non-African explorers – and the summit wasn’t reached until year later.  The region described in the passage…

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2009Inglês

(IME 2009) Leia a passagem seguinte e responda à pergunta que a seguem.  Glaciers at the equator. The legendary source of the River Nile. Mysterious snow-capped peaks shrouded in an impenetrable cloud. These may sound like the stuff of myths – but in this case these descriptions aptly depict Uganda’s Rwenzori Mountains, known for more than 2,000 years as the Mountains of the Moon. Located at Uganda’s western border with the Democratic Republic  of Congo, the Rwenzori Mountains rise as much as 5,109 m (16,763 ft) above gorges at equatorial sea-level to create an amazingly diverse environment that includes tropical rain forests, marshes and lakes, grasslands, glaciers and snowfields. The flora and fauna that flourish there are as unique as the region itself. On gentler slopes, rare mountain gorillas may inhabit bamboo forests, while giant tree heathers up to 10 m (33 ft) tall sway on open ridge tops. It’s no wonder much of the region is now designated World Heritage Site – yet only the lucky visitors will actually see the 100 km (62 mi) of mountain peaks, as a cloak of thick fog envelopes the Rwenzori year-round. It was this fog cloud that kept the legendary peaks from being documented until the late 1800s by non-African explorers – and the summit wasn’t reached until year later.  According to the passage, Rwenzori’s summits… 

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2009Inglês

(IME 2009) Leia a passagem seguinte e responda à pergunta que a seguem.  Glaciers at the equator. The legendary source of the River Nile. Mysterious snow-capped peaks shrouded in an impenetrable cloud. These may sound like the stuff of myths – but in this case these descriptions aptly depict Uganda’s Rwenzori Mountains, known for more than 2,000 years as the Mountains of the Moon. Located at Uganda’s western border with the Democratic Republic  of Congo, the Rwenzori Mountains rise as much as 5,109 m (16,763 ft) above gorges at equatorial sea-level to create an amazingly diverse environment that includes tropical rain forests, marshes and lakes, grasslands, glaciers and snowfields. The flora and fauna that flourish there are as unique as the region itself. On gentler slopes, rare mountain gorillas may inhabit bamboo forests, while giant tree heathers up to 10 m (33 ft) tall sway on open ridge tops. It’s no wonder much of the region is now designated World Heritage Site – yet only the lucky visitors will actually see the 100 km (62 mi) of mountain peaks, as a cloak of thick fog envelopes the Rwenzori year-round. It was this fog cloud that kept the legendary peaks from being documented until the late 1800s by non-African explorers – and the summit wasn’t reached until year later.  About the Rwenzori Mountains, it is correct to say that ... 

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