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Questões de Concurso Comentadas sobre inglês para bibliotecário

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Ano: 2019 Banca: VUNESP Órgão: UNICAMP Prova: VUNESP - 2019 - UNICAMP - Bibliotecário |
Q1027953 Inglês

                                         Knowledge and the library


      It was not until the development of monastic libraries in Europe around 1200 that humanity amassed in a single place what approached the collective wisdom and knowledge of the age. Libraries may be exchanges of information and market places for ideas but they are also the buildings which contain the bulk of human knowledge. Or, at least they were until the electronic digitally stored information revolution of the 1980s.

      Now knowledge is virtually everywhere; it has broken free of the constraint of buildings. Today if you were today to destroy all the world’s libraries, it is unlikely that more than 20% of human knowledge would be lost. Certainly, a large amount of archival material would disappear forever, but a substantial volume of knowledge would survive. If a library is a repository of knowledge, this is now just one of its functions. The library’s prime function is now making that knowledge available and encouraging exchange and reflection upon it.

      Electronic knowledge is nowadays available to everybody – in the home, workplace, airport terminal, school, and so on. The Internet has liberated the library; nevertheless, it has not removed the justification for library facilities.

                 (www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/B978185617619410017X. Adaptado)

No trecho do terceiro parágrafo – nevertheless, it has not removed the justification for library facilities. –, o termo em destaque indica
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Ano: 2019 Banca: VUNESP Órgão: UNICAMP Prova: VUNESP - 2019 - UNICAMP - Bibliotecário |
Q1027951 Inglês

                                         Knowledge and the library


      It was not until the development of monastic libraries in Europe around 1200 that humanity amassed in a single place what approached the collective wisdom and knowledge of the age. Libraries may be exchanges of information and market places for ideas but they are also the buildings which contain the bulk of human knowledge. Or, at least they were until the electronic digitally stored information revolution of the 1980s.

      Now knowledge is virtually everywhere; it has broken free of the constraint of buildings. Today if you were today to destroy all the world’s libraries, it is unlikely that more than 20% of human knowledge would be lost. Certainly, a large amount of archival material would disappear forever, but a substantial volume of knowledge would survive. If a library is a repository of knowledge, this is now just one of its functions. The library’s prime function is now making that knowledge available and encouraging exchange and reflection upon it.

      Electronic knowledge is nowadays available to everybody – in the home, workplace, airport terminal, school, and so on. The Internet has liberated the library; nevertheless, it has not removed the justification for library facilities.

                 (www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/B978185617619410017X. Adaptado)

No trecho do segundo parágrafo – it is unlikely that more than 20% of human knowledge would be lost – o termo em destaque pode ser substituído, sem alteração de sentido, por
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Ano: 2019 Banca: VUNESP Órgão: UNICAMP Prova: VUNESP - 2019 - UNICAMP - Bibliotecário |
Q1027950 Inglês

                                         Knowledge and the library


      It was not until the development of monastic libraries in Europe around 1200 that humanity amassed in a single place what approached the collective wisdom and knowledge of the age. Libraries may be exchanges of information and market places for ideas but they are also the buildings which contain the bulk of human knowledge. Or, at least they were until the electronic digitally stored information revolution of the 1980s.

      Now knowledge is virtually everywhere; it has broken free of the constraint of buildings. Today if you were today to destroy all the world’s libraries, it is unlikely that more than 20% of human knowledge would be lost. Certainly, a large amount of archival material would disappear forever, but a substantial volume of knowledge would survive. If a library is a repository of knowledge, this is now just one of its functions. The library’s prime function is now making that knowledge available and encouraging exchange and reflection upon it.

      Electronic knowledge is nowadays available to everybody – in the home, workplace, airport terminal, school, and so on. The Internet has liberated the library; nevertheless, it has not removed the justification for library facilities.

                 (www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/B978185617619410017X. Adaptado)

According to the first and second paragraph, nowadays, the main function of a library is to
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Ano: 2019 Banca: VUNESP Órgão: UNICAMP Prova: VUNESP - 2019 - UNICAMP - Bibliotecário |
Q1027949 Inglês

                                         Knowledge and the library


      It was not until the development of monastic libraries in Europe around 1200 that humanity amassed in a single place what approached the collective wisdom and knowledge of the age. Libraries may be exchanges of information and market places for ideas but they are also the buildings which contain the bulk of human knowledge. Or, at least they were until the electronic digitally stored information revolution of the 1980s.

      Now knowledge is virtually everywhere; it has broken free of the constraint of buildings. Today if you were today to destroy all the world’s libraries, it is unlikely that more than 20% of human knowledge would be lost. Certainly, a large amount of archival material would disappear forever, but a substantial volume of knowledge would survive. If a library is a repository of knowledge, this is now just one of its functions. The library’s prime function is now making that knowledge available and encouraging exchange and reflection upon it.

      Electronic knowledge is nowadays available to everybody – in the home, workplace, airport terminal, school, and so on. The Internet has liberated the library; nevertheless, it has not removed the justification for library facilities.

                 (www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/B978185617619410017X. Adaptado)

De acordo com o primeiro e o segundo parágrafo, a partir da década de 1980,
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Q971225 Inglês

Analyze the propositions that follow according to the text and chose the correct alternative.


I. This text has been produced because these days fake news has become very common and needs to be combated.

II. The chart presented aims at furnishing readers with clues that can be used in order to avoid being a victim of fake news.

III. The pervasive power of false rumors vary according to hoaxes and frequency of the kind of information being released and spread online.

IV. The reliability of the news is regarded higher when broadcast on social media.

V. More than 50% of the population has been trying to combat fake news.

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