Selecionamos as questões mais relevantes da prova de vestibular UFPR 2020 - C. Gerais. Confira! * Obs.: a ordem e número das questões aqui não são iguais às da prova original.
Taking into consideration the expression “Brandishing a newly published illustrated children’s book”, it is correct to say that Sven Wallrodt was:
talking about the children’s book so that the audience would know what it was about.
making it difficult for everybody to see the children’s book that was displayed on the corner of the bookstore.
waving a children’s book in the air so that everybody could see it.
giving the audience an illustrated children’s book so that they could start reading it.
offering an illustrated children’s book so that the people who were in the store could buy it.
In the first sentence of the text, the underlined words mean that ‘American Dream’ was:
officially related to money.
According to the text, it is correct to say that James Truslow Adams:
supported the idea that the American Dream was to be associated with an abundant life determined by the level of skill someone had in a particular job or activity.
mentioned that the American Dream played a subordinate role in a person’s life, depending on the opportunities the land would provide him with.
recommended that everyone should pursue his/her American Dream no matter if the reward was good or bad.
thought that the American Dream was to give people equal opportunities in life and in accordance to the place he/she lived.
promoted the idea of the American Dream for the those who had inherited properties in America.
According to the part of the text that starts with “For some today the American Dream…”, how many different meanings can be related to the American Dream today?
One meaning described in the paragraph related to the American Dream today is that:
for the 1990’s generation the American Dream never dies.
hard work is close to the idea of wealth.
no matter how many family values people have, the American Dream is not for them.
the world is benevolent for those who enjoy high social and economic status.
a general truth is that the American Dream comes with fame and celebrity.