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Questões de Inglês da UNIFESP 2020 com Gabarito

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Questões de Inglês da UNIFESP 2020 com Gabarito

Questão de:
Português
Inglês
Biologia
Química
Física
Matemática

Inglês

Examine o quadrinho de Peter Steiner para responder às questões 16 e 17.


QUESTÃO 16
(UNIFESP 2020) The cartoon means that

(A) both dogs are trying to imitate the way human beings behave.

(B) internet users may communicate without revealing their identity.

(C) the dark dog is surprised with what it saw on the internet about humans.

(D) people communicate with their pets no matter the media.

(E) the spotted dog assures it has never used the internet before.

GABARITO.

QUESTÃO 17
(UNIFESP 2020) It can be inferred from the phrase “On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog” that the dark dog is

(A) making an apology.
(B) giving an order.
(C) doing a report.
(D) providing a justification.
(E) using a quotation.

GABARITO.

Leia o texto para responder às questões de 18 a 25.

America’s social-media addiction is getting worse

(Sources: Pew Research Centre; e Marketer)

A survey in January and February 2019 from the Pew Research Centre, a think tank, found that 69% of American adults use Facebook; of these users, more than half visit the site “several times a day”. YouTube is even more popular, with 73% of adults saying they watch videos on the platform. For those aged 18 to 24, the figure is 90%. Instagram, a photo-sharing app, is used by 37% of adults. When Pew first conducted the survey in 2012, only a slim majority of Americans used Facebook. Fewer than one in ten had an Instagram account.

Americans are also spending more time than ever on social-media sites like Facebook. There is evidence that limiting such services might yield health benefits. A paper published last year by Melissa Hunt, Rachel Marx, Courtney Lipson and Jordyn Young, all of the University of Pennsylvania, found that limiting social-media usage to 10 minutes a day led to reductions in loneliness, depression, anxiety and fear. Another paper from 2014 identified a link between heavy social-media usage and depression, largely due to a “social comparison” phenomenon, whereby users compare themselves to others and come away with lower evaluations of themselves.
(www.economist.com, 08.08.2019. Adaptado.)

QUESTÃO 18
(UNIFESP 2020) According to the first paragraph and the graphic images, nowadays the most popular social-media platform among American adults is

(A) Snapchat.
(B) Instagram.
(C) Twitter.
(D) YouTube.
(E) Facebook.

GABARITO.

QUESTÃO 19
(UNIFESP 2020) No trecho do primeiro parágrafo “of these users, more than half”, a expressão sublinhada refere-se

(A) a 69% dos estadunidenses adultos.

(B) a cerca de 50% dos estadunidenses.

(C) aos estadunidenses entre 18 e 24 anos de idade.

(D) à metade dos usuários do Facebook.

(E) aos estadunidenses que usam Facebook todos os dias.

GABARITO.

QUESTÃO 20
(UNIFESP 2020) O trecho do primeiro parágrafo “Fewer than one in ten had an Instagram account” está ilustrado pela curva correspondente ao Instagram

(A) no gráfico 2, no ano de 2015, quando empata com o Snapchat.

(B) no gráfico 1, no ano de 2012, junto à curva correspondente ao Pinterest.

(C) no gráfico 1, no ano de 2018, quando se destaca das demais mídias sociais.

(D) no gráfico 2, no ano de 2014, quando a pesquisa do Pew Research Centre começou.

(E) no gráfico 1, no ano de 2014, quando há quase um empate com a curva correspondente ao Pinterest e ao Twitter.

GABARITO.

QUESTÃO 21
(UNIFESP 2020) According to the second paragraph, the excessive use of social-media raises questions about

(A) fake identities.
(B) privacy.
(C) loss of reality.
(D) procrastination.
(E) mental health.

GABARITO.

QUESTÃO 22
(UNIFESP 2020) According to the second paragraph, the paper published by researchers of the University of Pennsylvania showed that

(A) people who interrupt the social-media addiction can feel lonely or anxious, among other symptoms.

(B) the self-image people present in social-media does not match reality and generates stress.

(C) a reduction of the period of time people use social-media improves their health.

(D) a previous study published in 2014 had a misconception related to depression in heavy social-media users.

(E) youngsters should be allowed at the most 10 minutes social-media use per day.

GABARITO.

QUESTÃO 23
(UNIFESP 2020) In the excerpt from the second paragraph “limiting such services might yield health benefits”, the underlined expression may be replaced, without meaning change, by

(A) should impair.
(B) can damage.
(C) must deliver.
(D) could produce.
(E) will bring.

GABARITO.

QUESTÃO 24
(UNIFESP 2020) No trecho do segundo parágrafo “largely due to a ‘social comparison’ phenomenon”, a expressão sublinhada pode ser substituída, sem alteração de sentido, por

(A) in spite of.
(B) as a result of.
(C) apart from.
(D) instead of.
(E) in order to.

GABARITO.

QUESTÃO 25
(UNIFESP 2020) No trecho do segundo parágrafo “a ‘social comparison’ phenomenon, whereby users compare themselves to others and come away with lower evaluations of themselves”, a parte sublinhada tem função, no texto, de

(A) elucidação.
(B) avaliação.
(C) suposição.
(D) opinião.
(E) síntese.

GABARITO.

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