Questões Militares de Inglês - Presente progressivo | Present continuous

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Q2058547 Inglês
Complete the text with the correct words:
Liz Truss is _________ under pressure from Tory MPs to ensure benefits rise in line with prices, with minister Penny Mordaunt arguing it "makes sense". Former PM Boris Johnson _________ benefits would rise with inflation. Ms Truss has refused to say she _________ maintain the commitment, as she faces questions over how to pay for her government's tax-cutting plans. The PM told the BBC a decision _________ yet been made, as the issue dominated Tory party conference in Birmingham. Speaking to Times Radio, Ms Mordaunt said: "We tomake sure that people are looked after and that people can paytheir bills. We are not about _________ to help people with one hand and take away with another."  _________ if she welcomed Ms Mordaunt _________ her views public, Ms Truss said: "I _________ forward to having those discussions." 
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Q1986278 Inglês
Which option is grammatically INCORRECT? 
Q1853745 Inglês
Read the sentences below.
I wasn’t looking for this but now you’re in my way your stare was holding ripped jeans skin was showing.”
The correct verb tense in bold is: 
Q1695470 Inglês
Which is the correct alternative to complete the paragraph below?

Many ofthe same questions that ________ about coal-powered propulsion _______ of the Internet of Things (loT) today: What's wrong with the traditional way; how will this benefit my fleet; why do we need to malee this change? They _______ all good questions, and they ______ a very natural human interest in the three areas that should matter most in deciding whether to use any maritime technology: safety, effectiveness and cost. The biggest challenges to IoT adoption _______. In large part, this is due to the ready availability of high-performance data collection.
(Adapted from: Sea Technology, December 2018).
Q1695307 Inglês
Coronavirus: Venice Carnival closes as Italy imposes lockdown

23 February 2020

Italian officials have cut short the Venice Carnival as they try to control what is now the worst outbreak of the coronavirus in Europe.

        Authorities in the Veneto region said the event would end later on Sunday, two days earlier than scheduled. Italy has by far the highest number of coronavirus cases in Europe, with 152. Three people have died.Italy has imposed strict quarantine restrictions in two northern "hotspot" regions close to Milan and Venice.
        About 50,000 people cannot enter or leave several towns in Veneto and Lombardy for the next two weeks without special permission. Even outside the zone, many businesses and schools have suspended activities. and sporting events have been cancelled. The BBC's Mark Lowen described the situation just outside the zone. ln neighbouring Austria, a train from Venice was stopped at the Austrian border after it emerged that two passengers had fever symptoms. Austria's Interior Minister Karl Nehammer later confirmed to the BBC that the pair tested negative for coronavirus.
        ºAll authorities have acted quickly and with great caution in this case," said Mr Nehammer in a statement. "The reporting chain worked without delay." Elsewhere, authorities in South Korea and Iran are battling to control rising numbers of infections. South Korea has raised its coronavirus alert to the "highest level".
        The new strain of coronavirus, which originated last year in Hubei province in China, causes a respiratory disease called Covid-19. China has seen more than 76,000 infections and 2,442 deaths.

What is happening in Italy?

        Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte announced on Saturday that "extraordinary measures" would come into force to try to stem the rising number of coronavirus cases.
        He said the quarantine restrictions could last for weeks. Police, and if necessary the armed forces, will have the authority to ensure the regulations are enforced.
        Angelo Borrelli, the head of Italy's Civil Protection Department, told reporters that 11 O of the confirmed cases were in Lombardy, with 21 in Veneto with others in EmiliaRomagna and Lazio. Officials reported a third death on Sunday, an elderly woman from the town of Crema suffering from cancer. Italian officials say they are still trying to trace the source of the outbreak.
        Universities in Milan have been closed and the city's mayor, Giuseppe Sala, said schools would also close their doors while the outbreak continued. "As a precaution I think that the schools have to be closed in Milan. I will propose to the president of the region to enlarge the precaution to the entire metropolitan city area. lt is just a precautton, we don't want to create parue," he said.
        Meanwhile Giorgio Armanì's fashion show, scheduled to be held (I) Milan (li) Sunday, went ahead but without any media or buyers present. The show was livestreamed (lii) its website, lnstagram and Facebook pages.

Adapted from: https ://www. b be. com/news/world-e u rope51602007
Mark the sentence from the text that contains the use of Present Continuous.
1: A
2: B
3: B
4: E
5: E