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Questões de Inglês - Pronome possessivo substantivo | Possessive pronoun para Concurso

Foram encontradas 22 questões

Q1750183 Inglês

Observer the sentence below.

“It reminded she which happened the last time they battled each other.”

Identify the option that corrects the underlined item.

Q1741255 Inglês

Read the text below:

“George Washington was born February 22, 1732, the first child of Augustine Washington and his wife Mary Ball Washington, at Wakefield on their Popes Creek Estate in the Colony of Virginia. He was a subject of the British Empire at that time, under the reign of George II, descended primarily from the gentry of Sulgrave, England. His great-grandfather John Washington emigrated to Virginia in 1656. He was a tobacco planter who accumulated land and slaves, as did his son Lawrence and his grandson Augustine.”

How many possessive pronouns are there in this text?

Q1739959 Inglês

According to the picture, what is the correct possessive pronoun to use?

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Q1739275 Inglês
Read the text bellow in order to answer the question:

“Coronavirus, Social Distancing and Self-Quarantine
Now that the new coronavirus and COVID-19, the illness it causes, are spreading among communities in the United States and other countries, phrases such as ‘social distancing’, ‘self-quarantine’ and ‘flattening the curve’ are showing up in the media.

What is ‘flattening the curve’?
Flattening the curve refers to using protective practices to slow the rate of COVID-19 infection so hospitals have room, supplies and doctors for all of the patients who need care.

A large number of people becoming very sick over the course of a few days could overwhelm a hospital or care facility. Too many people becoming severely ill with COVID-19 at roughly the same time could result in a shortage of hospital beds, equipment or doctors.
On a graph, a sudden surge in patients over a short time could be represented as a tall, narrow curve.
On the other hand, if that same large number of patients arrived at the hospital at a slower rate, for example, over the course of several weeks, the line of the graph would look like a longer, flatter curve.
In this situation, fewer patients would arrive at the hospital each day. There would be a better chance of the hospital being able to keep up with adequate supplies, beds and health care providers to care for them.”
Read the statements about the text from question and classify them as true (T) or false (F):
( ) The pronoun “it” in the first paragraph refers to the word “illness”. ( ) The modal verb “would”, in the excerpt “fewer patients would arrive at the hospital each day”, adds the idea of possibility to the sentence. ( ) The expressions “showing up”, “look like” and “keep up” are examples of phrasal verbs used in the text. ( ) If the text was all written using Past Simple Tense, none of the words become, have, cause, refer and show would be written using the suffix ed. ( ) The pronoun “them” in the last paragraph refers to “supplies, beds and health care providers”.
Choose the alternative with the correct sequence:
Q1730991 Inglês

Choose the right answer:

Several researchers were working on the survey, each came up with some interesting proposals, and typically ____ claimed that ____ was the best.

The majority of ____ are concerned about new technology, until we’ve actually tried them out for ____.

1: A
2: B
3: B
4: E
5: A