Selecionamos as questões mais relevantes da prova de vestibular URCA 2015/2. Confira! * Obs.: a ordem e número das questões aqui não são iguais às da prova original.
According to the text, it is correct to affirm that:
Muslims suffer intolerance in Europe and North America.
Christians as well as Muslims only hate each other in Asia and Africa.
Christians are not hated in countries rich in oil.
In Asia and Africa, Christians and Muslims hate each other in the same proportion.
Religious beliefs have nothing to do with human identity.
Why can the government of Pakistan not protect the Christians?
Because of the bodyguards.
Because of the rebel Christians.
Because the Jewish population.
Because they do not have enough soldiers.
Because of the great corruption in that country.
According to the text, what happens in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and in South Sudan?
Christians have been put into jails because of their faith.
The only religion accepted there is the Islam.
Authorities have fought against the war between Christians and Muslims.
Christians are chasing Christians as well as the population of civilians.
There is peace in these two countries because the population is atheist.
The opening paragraph tells us about the Christians in Iraq and Iran that:
They can practice their belief peacefully.
They are getting more adepts to Christianity each year.
President Mohamed Morsi has persecuted Christians.
Christians are being murdered by their bodyguards.
They usually live under oppression and sometimes some of them are hanged.
The concluding paragraph supports the idea that:
People must be allowed to follow their own beliefs in every place.
Religions are not good for human beings as well as to societies.
Following a religion has nothing to do with human identity.
God´s faith must be more important than the human rights.
Atheist regimes must be taken as an example of an equal society.
The word dreadful (first paragraph) may be substituted for:
A nominal group that encloses the idea of the second paragraph is:
The cost of war in Kurdistan.
The reduction of Christian population.
Shia government attacks on Christians.
The murderers of Turkey.
The genocide of Armenian Christians.
The pronoun them (second paragraph) refers to:
“…turn an understanding eye…” (third paragraph) is the same as:
The pronoun who (third paragraph) refers to:
President Mohamed Morsi
The ruthless Assad regime