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Questões de Inglês - Pronome relativo | Relative clauses para Concurso

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Q1718406 Inglês
The relative pronoun can be omitted in:
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Q1718211 Inglês

Analyze the sentence below.


“I meet a woman that can speak six languages.”

The relative pronoun “that” can be replaced by:

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Q1709978 Inglês

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The Literary Influences of Superstar Musician David Bowie

BY JOHN O'CONNELL ON 10/31/19 AT 5:00 AM EDT

David Bowie was a pop star for most of his career from the 1960s until his death in 2016. He was known for his flamboyant style, songwriting and the ability to artistically turn on a dime. But Bowie, who died of cancer at 69, was more than a multi-platinum rock and roller. He was also one of the more literate composers in the business.

So much so, in fact, that in conjunction with a career retrospective in 2013 at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, Bowie issued a list of the one hundred books he considered the most important and influential. British music columnist John O'Connell linked this list to Bowie's prolific music. The result? A book called Bowie's Bookshelf out this month from Gallery Books.

William S. Burroughs first made the link between Bowie's lyrics and T. S. Eliot's poetry. In a Rolling Stone interview, Burroughs asked if Hunky Dory's "Eight Line Poem" had been influenced by Eliot's "The Hollow Men." Bowie's reply: "Never read him." But Bowie was definitely exposed to Eliot's influence. "Goodnight Ladies" on Transformer, the album Bowie produced for Lou Reed in 1972, is a riff on the end of the second section, "A Game of Chess," from Eliot's poem "The Waste Land." Eliot, for his part, is deliberately quoting Ophelia's "Good night, sweet ladies" speech from Hamlet. Eliot's method established a new protocol for artistic theft—the modern poet in dialogue with his or her predecessors. Bowie, too, was candid about how much he took from other artists. "You can't steal from a thief," he said when LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy admitted to stealing from Bowie's songs.

Avaiable in : https://www.newsweek.com/2019/11/15, accessed on February 20th, 2020. Adapted. 

The word WHO in “But Bowie, who died of cancer at 69, was more than a multi-platinum rock and roller” is:
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Q1709569 Inglês

Complete the sentence with the correct answer.

The man was talking with that girl _________ is wearing a white shirt.

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Q1625024 Inglês
About the use of relative clauses, read the sentences that follow:
I- The woman who lives next door is a doctor.
II- Everything what happened was my fault.
III- The machine that broke down is now working again.
IV- I don’t like stories that have unhappy endings.
V- Where is the cheese which was in the fridge?
Choose the alternative with the correct answer:
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16: D
17: B
18: D
19: B
20: C