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Questões e gabarito - ITA 1996

Questão
1996Inglês

(Ita 1996) Up until now, Gates has largely controlled the unfolding of his remarkable story. At 39, he seems to have achieved the information age's equivalent of the American Dream. Through intelligence, ruthlessness and hard work he dominates a technology so central to modern life that it touches nearly every office, school and desktop. 1He is very, very rich and so powerful that even his enemies are eager to cut deals with him. Now he wants more, a piece of all the action - the bills people pay, the phone calls they make, the news they read, the TV they watch. But he may have reached that point in the arc of success where the very qualities that raised him high could start to drag him down. If Gates is feeling a little cranky these days, he has good reason. The U.S. Justice Department derailed his $2 billion bid to acquire Intuit and its popular Quicken electronic check book program, a deal that ___(I)____ realize Microsoft's ambition to make money from almost every commercial transaction in cyberspace. Another team of U.S. government lawyers is snooping around asking questions about Microsoft Network, the new on-line service he plans to launch in August. And an antitrust suit that has been hanging over his head for nearly five years - and which he thought lie had settled last year - is in legal limbo, held hostage by an ornery federal judge. Despite the company's reputation as a juggernaut, Microsoft is running into some unexpected snags in the marketplace as well. Gates wants desperately to seize control of the so-called local area networks, where more and more corporate business is done. But ___(II)___ company is having trouble developing ___(III)___ product that can compete with Lotus Notes, which dominates the market for "groupware" (the software that helps people brainstorm over these networks) ___(IV)___ Novell's NetWare still controls two-thirds of the market for the software that runs the office systems, despite Microsoft's best efforts with Windows NT. And Microsoft's SQL Server is still struggling to win customers from Oracle, which owns almost half the market for ___(V)___ critical database software that stores the corporate word's most important information. O parágrafo a seguir reproduz a mesma ideia contida no (início do segundo parágrafo). Respondendo a essa questão, você estará também preenchendo a lacuna I do texto. If the U. S. Justice Department had not derailed Gate's bid to acquire Intuit, the deal............ realize Microsoft's ambition to make money from almost every commercial transaction in cyberspace.

Questão
1996Português

(Ita 1996) OS CÃES - Lutar. Podes escachá-los ou não; 1o essencial é que lutes. Vida é luta. Vida 2SEM LUTA é um mar morto no centro do organismo universal. DAÍ A POUCO demos COM UMA BRIGA 3de cães; fato que AOS OLHOS DE UM HOMEM VULGAR não teria valor. Quincas Borba fez-me parar e observar os cães. Eram dois. Notou que 4ao pé deles estava um osso, MOTIVO DA GUERRA, e não deixou de chamar a minha atenção para a circunstância de que o osso não tinha carne. Um simples osso nu. Os cães 1(6)mordiam-se, rosnavam, COM O FUROR NOS OLHOS... Quincas Borba meteu a bengala 5DEBAIXO DO BRAÇO, e parecia EM ÊXTASE. - Que belo que isto é! dizia ele de quando em quando. Quis arrancá-lo dali, mas não pude; ele estava arraigado AO CHÃO, e só continuou A ANDAR, quando a briga 2(7)cessou INTEIRAMENTE, e um dos cães, MORDIDO e vencido, foi levar a sua fome A OUTRA PARTE. Notei que ficara sinceramente ALEGRE, 6posto contivesse a ALEGRIA, segundo convinha a um grande filósofo. Fez-me observar a beleza do espetáculo, relembrou o objeto da luta, concluiu que os cães tinham fome; mas a privação do alimento era nada para os efeitos gerais da filosofia. Nem deixou de recordar que em algumas partes do globo o espetáculo é mais grandioso: as criaturas humanas é que 3(8)disputam aos cães os ossos e outros manjares menos APETECÍVEIS; luta que se complica muito, porque entra em ação a inteligência do homem, com todo o acúmulo de sagacidade que lhe deram os séculos etc. As três afirmações a seguir podem estar corretas ou incorretas. Após ler atentamente o texto e as afirmações propostas, assinale a alternativa certa. I - Evidencia-se no texto que qualquer fato, por mais insignificante que seja, possibilita prazer estético ao homem dotado de alguma sensibilidade e percepção. II - Dado o tipo de reação que a cena desperta na personagem principal, predomina no texto o sentimentalismo e o otimismo. III - Segundo Quincas Borba, o mais importante de uma cena, mesmo que banal, são as reações de prazer, alegria e arrebatamento que ela pode provocar nas pessoas.

Questão
1996Inglês

(Ita 1996) TEXTO PARA A PRÓXIMA QUESTÃO: Up until now, Gates has largely controlled the unfolding of his remarkable story. At 39, he seems to have achieved the information age's equivalent of the American Dream. Through intelligence, ruthlessness and hard work he dominates a technology so central to modern life that it touches nearly every office, school and desktop. 1He is very, very rich and so powerful that even his enemies are eager to cut deals with him. Now he wants more, a piece of all the action - the bills people pay, the phone calls they make, the news they read, the TV they watch. But he may have reached that point in the arc of success where the very qualities that raised him high could start to drag him down. If Gates is feeling a little cranky these days, he has good reason. The U.S. Justice Department derailed his $2 billion bid to acquire Intuit and its popular Quicken electronic check book program, a deal that ___(I)____ realize Microsoft's ambition to make money from almost every commercial transaction in cyberspace. Another team of U.S. government lawyers is snooping around asking questions about Microsoft Network, the new on-line service he plans to launch in August. And an antitrust suit that has been hanging over his head for nearly five years - and which he thought lie had settled last year - is in legal limbo, held hostage by an ornery federal judge. Despite the company's reputation as a juggernaut, Microsoft is running into some unexpected snags in the marketplace as well. Gates wants desperately to seize control of the so-called local area networks, where more and more corporate business is done. But ___(II)___ company is having trouble developing ___(III)___ product that can compete with Lotus Notes, which dominates the market for "groupware" (the software that helps people brainstorm over these networks) ___(IV)___ Novell's NetWare still controls two-thirds of the market for the software that runs the office systems, despite Microsoft's best efforts with Windows NT. And Microsoft's SQL Server is still struggling to win customers from Oracle, which owns almost half the market for ___(V)___ critical database software that stores the corporate word's most important information. As lacunas II, III, IV e V devem ser preenchidas, quando necessário, pelos artigos: