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41281 UNICENTRO (2012) - UNICENTRO - Vestibular - Inglês / Inglês



Fill in the parentheses with T (True) or F (False).
About Earth’s second moon it’s correct to say:
( ) It may have been destroyed after having hit the bigger moon.
( ) Its collision with the present moon would have occurred at a relatively low speed.
( ) It used to be fixed between the Earth and the bigger moon.
( ) It didn’t seem to be affected by the force of gravity.
According to the text, the correct sequence, from top to bottom, is
  • a)
    T F T F
  • b)
    F T F T
  • c)
    F F T T
  • d)
    T T T F
  • e)
    T T T T

41282 UNICENTRO (2012) - UNICENTRO - Vestibular - Inglês / Inglês



“This new theory builds on the idea that around four billion years ago the Earth was struck by a Mars-like planet, but instead of the smash producing enough debris for one moon, this scientific essay argues there was enough for two.” (L. 7-11)
The only question to which there is no answer in this fragment of the article is in alternative
  • a)
    What was that planet like?
  • b)
    What were the moons made of?
  • c)
    Why was there the creation of two moons?
  • d)
    How often did those collisions use to happen?
  • e)
    When did another planet crash into the Earth?

41283 UNICENTRO (2012) - UNICENTRO - Vestibular - Inglês / Inglês



The word (conjunction or preposition) from the text, on the left, expresses what’s stated on the right in


  • a)
    “but” (L. 9) — result.
  • b)
    “After” (L. 14) — place.
  • c)
    “than” (L. 16) — comparison.
  • d)
    “why” (L. 21) — concession.
  • e)
    “while” (L. 22) — reason.

41284 UNICENTRO (2012) - UNICENTRO - Vestibular - Inglês / Inglês



Considering language use in the text, it’s correct to say:
  • a)
    The verb form “had” (L. 1) is in the Past Participle.
  • b)
    The relative pronoun “that” (L. 2) can be replaced by which.
  • c)
    The possessive adjective “its” (L. 2) refers to “the Earth” (L. 1).
  • d)
    The modal “may” (L. 4) expresses certainty.
  • e)
    The demonstrative “This” (L. 7) is in the plural form.

41285 UNICENTRO (2012) - UNICENTRO - Vestibular - Inglês / Inglês



Fill in the parentheses with T (True) or F (False).
According to scientists from the Pennsylvania University, baldness
( ) could be caused by imperfect cells.
( ) doesn’t stand a chance of being cured.
( ) seems to result from dead hair follicles.
( ) wouldn’t be very difficult to be treated.
According to the text, the correct sequence, from top to bottom, is
  • a)
    T F F T
  • b)
    T F T F
  • c)
    F T T F
  • d)
    F T F T
  • e)
    T T T T

41286 UNICENTRO (2012) - UNICENTRO - Vestibular - Inglês / Inglês



The text says that some men, such as Bruce Willis and Patrick Stewart,
  • a)
    hate being bald.
  • b)
    would like to wear a wig.
  • c)
    do not mind being bald.
  • d)
    would rather have a little hair.
  • e)
    would like to have shoulder-length hair.

41287 UNICENTRO (2012) - UNICENTRO - Vestibular - Inglês / Inglês



“For many, though, hair loss is no laughing matter.” (L.12-13)
This sentence means that for many men hair loss is
  • a)
    a joke.
  • b)
    serious.
  • c)
    irrelevant.
  • d)
    easily accepted.
  • e)
    a genetic trait.

41288 UNICENTRO (2012) - UNICENTRO - Vestibular - Inglês / Inglês


The only alternative in which there is not a pair of opposites is
  • a)
    “thin” (L. 5) — thick.
  • b)
    “beautiful” (L 9) — ugly
  • c)
    “good” (L. 21) — bad.
  • d)
    “new” (L. 25) — old.
  • e)
    “soon” (L. 28) — quickly.

41289 UNICENTRO (2012) - UNICENTRO - Vestibular - Inglês / Inglês



The only false cognate is in alternative
  • a)
    “cells” (L. 4).
  • b)
    “produce” (L. 5).
  • c)
    “cure” (L. 7).
  • d)
    “actually” (L. 16).
  • e)
    “present” (L. 19).

41290 UNICENTRO (2012) - UNICENTRO - Vestibular - Inglês / Inglês


The boy in this cartoon
  • a)
    is offering to help his father in the office.
  • b)
    is asking his father to give him a better computer.
  • c)
    wants his father to help him with his homework.
  • d)
    is not able to use the computer as well as his father.
  • e)
    thinks that he has better computer skills than his father.