Questões de Inglês da UEMA 2018 com Gabarito

Questões de Inglês da UEMA 2018 com Gabarito

Sumário da prova:
Linguagens, Códigos e suas Tecnologias (01 - 15)
Língua Inglesa (16 - 20)
Língua Espanhola (16 - 20)
Ciências Humanas e suas Tecnologias (21 - 40)
Matemática, Ciências da Natureza e suas Tecnologias (41 - 60)


Leia o texto I, que apresenta atitudes positivas e negativas numa entrevista de empregos, para responder às questões 16 e 17.

Text I
Some General Dos and Don’ts

Arrive in good time. The interview panel may be interviewing a lot of candidates so do not keep them waiting. Dress appropriately. Some organizations, especially technology companies, have a very casual dress code but, for most, a suit will be appropriate interview wear. Remember that you are being judged on the appearance that you present.
Act appropriately, which usually means following the interviewer‟s lead. If you are offered a hand to shake, then shake it, by ut don‟t offer your own hand if nobody else seems interested.
Engage with the interviewers. Smile, make eye contact, and build rapport.
Answer the questions that are asked, using relevant examples where at all possible.

> Be afraid to blow your own trumpet a bit. After all, nobody else is going to blow it for you. Do not lie or exaggerate. If you want the job, be enthusiastic and positive.
> Be over-familiar or share too much information. For example, the interviewers don‟t want to know how you‟re going to manage your childcare.
Diponível em: www.

UEMA 2018: The idiomatic expression “to blow your trumpet” means the same as

a) to lie about yourself.
b) to talk about family issues.
c) to say more than what you are.
d) to treat the employer very well.
e) to tell good things about yourself.


UEMA 2018: Os verbos – arrive, act, engage e answer – estão no

a) infinitivo progressivo.
b) infinitivo perfeito.
c) imperativo.
d) subjuntivo.
e) indicativo.


Leia o texto II, para responder à questão 18.

Text II

UEMA 2018: A leitura da sequência em quadrinhos leva o leitor a inferir que

a) os pais só veem aspectos positivos na iniciativa do filho em se empregar.
b) o rapaz terá um emprego de curta duração.
c) o rapaz terá um emprego fora do seu país.
d) o rapaz tem aversão à série de TV “Game of Thrones”.
e) o filho e os pais concordam que o “Halloween” dura o ano inteiro.


O texto III apresenta 5 dicas para pessoas que buscam um emprego.

Text III

5 Best Job Interview Tips for Jobseekers

1. Conduct Research on the Employer, Hiring Manager, and Job Opportunity
Success in a job interview starts with a solid foundation of knowledge on the jobseeker‟s part. You should understand the employer, the requirements of the job, and the background of the person (or people) interviewing you.

2. Thank Interviewer(s) in Person, by Email, or Postal Mail
Common courtesy and politeness go far in interviewing; thus, the importance of thanking each person who interviews you should come as no surprise. Start the process.

3. Review Common Interview Questions and Prepare Your Responses
Another key to interview success is preparing responses to expected interview questions. First, ask the hiring manager as to the type of interview to expect.

4. Remember the Importance of Body Language
While the content of your interview responses is paramount, poor body language can be a distraction at best” or a reason not to hire you at worst. Effective forms of body language include smiling, eye contact, solid posture, active listening, and nodding.

5. Dress for Success
Plan out a wardrobe that fits the organization and its culture, striving for the most professional appearance you can accomplish.
Disponível em: www. (Adapted)

UEMA 2018: O texto III apresenta cinco “dicas” para uma boa entrevista de emprego. A “dica” que se refere ao vestuário é encontrada no item

a) 5
b) 4
c) 3
d) 2
e) 1


O extrato abaixo faz parte de uma coluna social chamada “AsK Annie!”, cujo objetivo é orientar seus leitores sobre diversas situações. O leitor de nome Brad faz uma “consulta” à colunista Annie.

Text IV

AsK Annie!
End of the line?
> My job´s getting me down more and more every day! I spend more time at the office than I do at home and I have less time to spend with my family and friends. Of all the people I know. I`m the one who works the most hours and I`m also the one who has the fewest holidays! And now my boss has asked me to work on Saturdays as well! I`m already doing more than I want to, but if I say no, I`II lose my job. What should I do?

> Try talking to your boss. Maybe you can negociate to work fewer hours during the week? Or get more holidays to make up for the extra work? If your boss won`t listen to sense, then you need to decide what matters most to you, your job or your personal life.
HUGHES, J.; JONES, C. Pratical Grammar Level 3. Andover, Heinle, Cengage Learning, 2011.

UEMA 2018: Pode-se dizer que Brad reclama

a) da grande quantidade de horas que ele e os colegas passam em casa.
b) do pouco diálogo que ele mantém com os colegas de trabalho.
c) das horas extras que ele e a equipe realizam no trabalho.
d) da grande quantidade de horas que ele está trabalhando.
e) do pouco tempo que ele passa com a família.