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Q1763676 Inglês

Instruction: Answer question based on the following text.

Fake news: improved critical literacy skills are key to telling fact from fiction

Adapted from https://www.theguardian.com/teacher-network/2017/oct/17/fake-news-improved-criticalliteracy-skills-teaching-young-people 

Consider the sentence: “Reading comprehension, a big part of the Key Stage 1 and 2 curriculums, is particularly important for preparing children to become critically literate” removed from text. The underlined structure is:
Q1757991 Inglês
Language changes all the time. Even though grammar changes more slowly than vocabulary, it is not a set of unalterable rules. There are sometimes disagreements about what is correct English and what is incorrect. 'Incorrect' grammar is often used in informal speech. Does that make it acceptable? John Eastwood, author of Oxford Guide do English Grammar says: "Where there is a difference between common usage and opinions about correctness, I have pointed this out." This information is important for learners. In some situations, it may be safer for them to use the form which is traditionally seen as correct. The use of a correct form in an unsuitable context, however, can interfere with understanding just as much as a mistake. To help learners to use language which is appropriate for a given occasion, students must know that there are usages as formal, informal, literary and so on. Only one alternative has no grammatical error. Which is it?
Q1757147 Inglês
The sentence that doesn´t contain a “commom” mistake is:
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?

16: B
17: D
18: D
19: A
20: B