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Q1253818 Inglês

Available at:< http://time.com/5363764/argentina-abortion-vote-progress/html>. Access on: Aug. 10, 2018 

Observe a seguinte sentença retirada do texto: “(…) generations of feminists who have been fighting for women’s rights for years” (l. 26-27) e assinale a alternativa que descreve o tempo verbal destacado.
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Q1250590 Inglês
Which VERB TENSE the sentences below refer to? Choose the CORRECT answer.


I - To talk about permanent situations II - To talk about habitual situations III - In time clauses IV - In zero conditionals V - Future intentions VI - Events based on a timetable or known date
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Q1250586 Inglês
In which sentences the verbs are used appropriately? Choose the CORRECT answer.

I - Once I had finished work, I went home II - I was cuting up vegetables in the kitchen when I heard it on the TV. III - Ellen has eaten no meat since she was six. IV - He believe in ghosts. V - I regularly play the piano.
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Q1249192 Inglês
TEXT II

Affordances and limitations of technology: Voices from EFLteachers and learners.
(Mohammad Amiryousefi)


(Source: Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning. Article 2, Volume 9, Issue 19, Winter and Spring 2017, page 1-24. Available at: https://elt.tabrizu.ac.ir/article_6252.html . Accessed on April 20 , 2019)
The sentence “…the attention has been focused more on technology than learning” (lines 1 and 2) is an example of:
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Q1151111 Inglês

                                           Dr. Dweck’s research into growth mindset

                                                         changed education forever


Over 30 years ago, Carol Dweck and her colleagues became interested in students' attitudes about failure. They noticed that some students rebounded while other students seemed devastated by even the smallest setbacks. After studying the behavior of thousands of children, Dr. Dweck coined the terms fixed mindset and growth mindset to describe the underlying beliefs people have about learning and intelligence. When students believe they can get smarter, they understand that effort makes them stronger. Therefore they put in extra time and effort, and that leads to higher achievement.

Recent advances in neuroscience have shown us that the brain is far more malleable than we ever knew. Research on brain plasticity has shown how connectivity between neurons can change with experience. With practice, neural networks grow new connections, strengthen existing ones, and build insulation that speeds transmission of impulses. These neuroscientific discoveries have shown us that we can increase our neural growth by the actions we take, such as using good strategies, asking questions, practicing, and following good nutrition and sleep habits. […]

So the researchers asked, “Can we change mindsets? And if so, how?” This began a series of interventions and studies that prove we can indeed change a person’s mindset from fixed to growth, and when we do, it leads to increased motivation and achievement. For example, 7th graders who were taught that intelligence is malleable and shown how the brain grows with effort showed a clear increase in math grades.

In addition to teaching kids about malleable intelligence, researchers started noticing that teacher practice has a big impact on student mindset, and the feedback that teachers give their students can either encourage a child to choose a challenge and increase achievement or look for an easy way out. For example, studies on different kinds of praise have shown that telling children they are smart encourages a fixed mindset, whereas praising hard work and effort cultivates a growth mindset. When students have a growth mindset, they take on challenges and learn from them, therefore increasing their abilities and achievement. […].


Source: https://www.mindsetworks.com/science/.Access:02/12/2019)

Observe the following sentences taken from the text:


I. Recent advances in neuroscience have shown us that the brain is far more malleable than we ever knew.

II. Research on brain plasticity has shown how connectivity between neurons can change with experience.


Mark what is CORRECT about verb tenses in the above sentences:

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Respostas
1: B
2: D
3: B
4: E
5: D