LÍNGUA PORTUGUESA

TAREFA :

1- Sublinhe os sujeitos e circule os predicados.
a) A população não está entendendo a gravidade da situação .
b) Os trabalhadores e suas famílias se uniram para superar a crise.


c) Essa menina foi campeã de judô.


d) Eles foram muito felizes.


e) O Pedro está novamente na prova de português.


2- Classifique as orações de acordo com o tipo de sujeito: Simples, composto, elíptico, indeterminado ou oração sem sujeito.
a) Fecharam as ruas.


b) Dormi a tarde toda.


c) Há três dias de distância da cidade.


d) Faz três dia que não como.


e) Minha vó tomou os remédios.


f) Os cães e os gatos não gostam de fogos.


g) Não estudamos hoje.


h) A Joana teve carie.


i) Comeram toda torta de limão.

J) Choveu ontem a noite.


GEOGRAFIA

TAREFA :

1) Como você percebe a atual fase da globalização no seu dia a dia?




2) (UFPI) Sobre a economia globalizada:
a) Homogeneizou as culturas e reduziu as discrepâncias econômicas entre os países.
b) Integrou economias e possibilitou a difusão de hábitos dos lugares pelo mundo.
c) Deu visibilidade às minorias, a povos e culturas de recantos isolados do mundo.
d) Quase anulou a xenofobia e os conflitos étnicos e religiosos em todo o planeta.
3) UFC) O processo de globalização tem, na atualidade, provocado grandes mudanças, tanto nas esferas
econômica, financeira e política quanto na vida social e cultural dos povos e das nações, em escala mundial.
A esse respeito, é possível afirmar, de modo correto, que:
a) A maioria das instituições financeiras globais tem sua sede localizada nos países subdesenvolvidos.
b) O avanço das telecomunicações e da informática e o uso da internet são fundamentais para os fluxos
financeiros mundiais.
c) O Estado intervém na economia por meio de investimentos no setor industrial, fortalecendo, assim, as
empresas estatais.
d) As transformações políticas, econômicas, sociais e tecnológicas dão-se da mesma forma nos países
desenvolvidos e subdesenvolvidos.
e) Os blocos econômicos regionais são constituídos com o objetivo único de formação de alianças para
defender a autonomia política dos países membros.
4) Faça uma breve análise sobre os pontos positivos e negativos da
globalização:_________________________________________________________________




5) O processo migratório e a globalização formaram um elo inseparável
desde a última metade do século passado. Os motivos são vários:
eficácia dos meios de transporte e comunicação, desenvolvimento do
setor turístico, desigualdades socioeconômicas entre os países etc.;
porém, houve várias consequências, umas positivas e outras negativas.
Nos países mais desenvolvidos, onde há maior contingente de
imigrantes, ocorre um sério problema: a xenofobia (termo derivado do
grego – xénos: “estrangeiro”; e phóbos: “medo”).
As migrações geram vários encontros de povos de diferentes culturas,
raças, credos e religiões. No geral, é algo positivo. O Brasil, por exemplo,
é um país rico em diversidade cultural e étnica. Entretanto, quando os
nativos passam a não aceitar os imigrantes há um grave problema social.

5) “O processo migratório e a globalização formaram um elo inseparável desde a última metade do século passado. Os
motivos são vários: eficácia dos meios de transporte e comunicação, desenvolvimento do setor turístico, desigualdades
socioeconômicas entre os países etc.; porém, houve várias consequências, umas positivas e outras negativas. Nos
países mais desenvolvidos, onde há maior contingente de imigrantes, ocorre um sério problema: a xenofobia (termo
derivado do grego – xénos: “estrangeiro”; e phóbos: “medo”).
As migrações geram vários encontros de povos de diferentes culturas, raças, credos e religiões. No geral, é algo
positivo. O Brasil, por exemplo, é um país rico em diversidade cultural e étnica. Entretanto, quando os nativos passam a
não aceitar os imigrantes há um grave problema social.”
A partir do texto acima se posicione sobre as recentes ondas migratórias que ocorreram no Brasil, como a
chegada de Haitianos e Venezuelanos:










INGLÊS

TAREFA :

1) Read and answer:
Pride and Prejudice
Chapter 1
It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a
wife.
However little known the feelings or views of such a man may be on his first entering a neighbourhood, this
truth is so well fixed in the minds of the surrounding families, that he is considered as the rightful property of
someone or other of their daughters.
“My dear Mr. Bennet,” said his lady to him one day, “have you heard that Netherfield Park is let at last?”
Mr. Bennet replied that he had not.
“But it is,” returned she; “for Mrs. Long has just been here, and she told me all about it.”
Mr. Bennet made no answer.
“Do not you want to know who has taken it?” cried his wife impatiently.
“You want to tell me, and I have no objection to hearing it.”
This was invitation enough.
“Why, my dear, you must know, Mrs. Long says that Netherfield is taken by a young man of large fortune
from the north of England; that he came down on Monday in a chaise and four to see the place, and was so
much delighted with it that he agreed with Mr. Morris immediately; that he is to take possession before
Michaelmas, and some of his servants are to be in the house by the end of next week.”
“What is his name?”
“Bingley.”
[…]

AUSTEN, Jane. Pride and Prejudice. Available at: <http://www.janeausten.org/pride-and-prejudice/chapter-1.asp>. Accessed on: 27 Sept. 2016.

Read the text and match the questions to the answers.
a) Did Bingley get a new house?
b) Did Mr. Bennet’s wife tell Mr. Bennet a story?
c) Did Mrs. Long tell Mr. Bennet about the new neighbor?
d) Did Mr. Bennet know that a man was moving into the neighborhood?

e) Did Mr. Morris rent a house to Mr. Bennet?
Aluno (a):_____________________________________________
Diretor: Sérgio Gentil Pereira Coordenadora: Nelita Gomes Pereira Profº: (a): Adriele Lopes
Disciplina: Inglês Série: 9° ano do Ensino Fundamental II Data: //_
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( ) No, he didn’t. He rented it to Bingley.
( ) No, she didn’t. She told his wife about the new neighbor.
( ) Yes, she did. She told him all about the new neighbor.
( ) Yes, he did. He got a new house in Netherfield Park.
( ) No, he did not. But his wife told him about it.

2) Based on the text in exercise 1 read and rewrite the sentences in the negative form:
a) Mr. Bennet replied.
__________________________________________________________________________.
b) This was invitation enough.
__________________________________________________________________________.
c) He came down on Monday.
__________________________________________________________________________.
d) She told me all about it.
__________________________________________________________________________.

3) Based on the text in exercise 1
Read the text and choose the option that best fills in the blank.
I was so vexed to see him stand up with her; but, however, he did not admire her at all: indeed, nobody can, you
know; and he seemed quite struck with Jane as she ___ the dance. So, he enquired who she was,
and got introduced, and asked her for the two next. Then, the two third he danced with Miss King, and the two
fourth with Maria Lucas, and the two fifth with Jane again, and the two sixth with Lizzy, and the Boulanger.”
[…]AUSTEN, Jane. Pride and Prejudice. Available at: <http://www.janeausten.org/pride-and-prejudice/chapter-1.asp>. Accessed on: 27 Sept. 2016.
a) goes down
b) is going down
c) go down
d) was going down

4) Based on the text in exercise 1
Read the text and choose the option that best fills in the blank.

[…] “Oh! my dear Mr. Bennet,” as she entered the room, “we have had a most delightful evening, a most
excellent ball. I wish you had been there. Jane was so admired, nothing could be like it. Everybody said how
well she looked; and Mr. Bingley thought her quite beautiful, and danced with her twice. Only think of that
my dear; he actually danced with her twice; and she was the only creature in the room that he asked a second
time. First of all, he asked Miss Lucas. I was so vexed to see him stand up with her; but, however, he did not
admire her at all: indeed, nobody can, you know; and he seemed quite struck with Jane as she
___ the dance. So, he enquired who she was, and got introduced, and asked her for the two
next. Then, the two third he danced with Miss King, and the two fourth with Maria Lucas, and the two fifth
with Jane again, and the two sixth with Lizzy, and the Boulanger.” […]

AUSTEN, Jane. Pride and Prejudice. Available at: <http://www.janeausten.org/pride-and-prejudice/chapter-1.asp>. Accessed on: 27 Sept. 2016.

Read the text and fill in the blanks with the past continuous form of the verbs in parentheses.

a) Mrs. Bennet _________ into the living room. (get)
b) All the guests _________ the party. (enjoy)
c) Jane _________ astonishing. (look)
d) Mr. Bingley _________ a lot. (dance)
e) The ladies _________ turns on the dance floor. (take)
5) Read the stories and fill in the blanks with the simple past or the past continuous form of the
verbs in parentheses.

Taking the lead

“My first kiss was when I was 13 years old with the guy that is still my boyfriend two years later!
We __ (walk) in the park, holding hands. Then, he stopped walking and put his arms around my
waist. He was too shy to kiss me, so I leaned and __ (kiss) him! It __ (be) a quick
kiss, but I’ll never forget that day.” – Vezina, 15
  

Midnight Makeout

“My first kiss was on New year’s Eve. My crush and I both __ (like) each other –
__ (hope) he would be my midnight kiss! When the countdown started, I panicked.
We __ (search) for each other in a room full of people. Just as the countdown reached 3-2-1,
we __ (find) each other and kissed right at midnight. It was perfect!” – Laura, 17
 
 

Spontaneous and Sweet

“My first kiss was freshman year with my boyfriend. It __ (rain) and we were outside playing in
the puddles. He grabbed my hand and __ (ask) if I had even been kissed before. When I said no,

he asked me if I wanted him to kiss me. Then, he __ (brush) my hair back and went for it – right
in the rain! I was blushing all day!” – Berkley, 16
 LAURENCE, Emily. The cutest first kiss stories ever. Seventeen, 20 July 2016. Available at: <http://www.seventeen.com/love/g225/readers-first-kiss/?>. Accessed
on: 28 Sept. 2016.

6) Write sentences using the words in each item, as in the example.
a) we / watch / movie / when / he / propose
We were watching a movie when he proposed.
b) they / plan / wedding / before / they / break up

__________________________________________________________________________.
c) when / Lucy / start dating / Bob / she / finish / college

__________________________________________________________________________.
d) I / shop / when / I / see / them together

__________________________________________________________________________.
7) Read the cartoon and choose the correct option.

a) The woman was enjoying the married life.
b) The man was annoying his wife.
c) The woman was experiencing a good period in life.
d) The man was trying to save their relationship.

8) Read the Valentine’s Day ad and choose the three correct options.

a) They weren’t selling baked goods at the mall.

b) Northern Hills Mall didn’t host a toy sale for children.
c) The mall wasn’t going to use the money to open a bakery.
d) The sale didn’t open on Sunday.
e) People weren’t eating during the event.

9) Match the questions to the answers.
a) What happened to Tom and Laura?
b) Is Joshua feeling fine now?
c) How are the Robinsons?
d) Were you and your sister free last night?
e) Did Roger and Brenda spend the night alone?
( ) He sure is. But last week, while he was taking a test, he felt dizzy and went to the hospital.
( )Nothing serious. They were just driving up state for a wedding when they got a flat tire.
( )Yes, actually. Susan was just doing the laundry and I was watching a dating TV show.
( )They are OK. It was hard moving out of the neighborhood, but they needed a bigger place for the kids.
( )I don’t think so. I saw them with some friends downtown while I was walking by.
10) Story Elements: Who is a Character?
A character is a person, animal, or thing that plays an important part in a story. A character thinks, feels, and
acts. All the short sentences below have at least one character. Circle the letter of the character or characters in
the sentence.
a) Lou ran past the trees to the house.

( ) lou ( ) trees ( )house

b) Later that night the owl left its nest.
( ) night ( ) owl ( ) nest

c) Susan and John played in the sand on the beach.
( ) Susan ( )John ( )sand ( ) beach

d) The boy told his friend a secret.
( ) boy ( )friend ( )secret
e) The dish ran away with the spoon.
( ) dish ( ) away ( ) spoon
f) The dog chased a cat into a hole.
( ) dog ( ) cat ( ) hole
g) As the rain fell, Joe’s mother closed the window.
( ) rain ( ) Joe ( ) mother ( ) window
h) Since Ava was not home, Lucia went to watch the game alone.
( ) Ava ( ) home ( ) Lucia ( )game