Selecionamos as questões mais relevantes da prova de vestibular URCA 2017/1. Confira! * Obs.: a ordem e número das questões aqui não são iguais às da prova original.
About the 2016 American political campaign, the text says that:
It´s a poor campaign.
It has promoted good reflections.
It´s free of corruption.
It´s controlled by wealthy people.
The text makes reference to Abraham Lincoln´s view of government. One can conclude that:
The U.S.A has perfectly represented his view since Lincoln died.
The American politicians have worked hard to keep Lincoln´s vision of government.
Lincoln´s vision will never be destroyed by corruption of few politicians.
Jimmy Carter doesn´t follow Lincoln´s vision about a democratic government.
It´s hard to keep his vision when wealthy people indicate who will get elected.
What do Abraham Lincoln, Jimmy Carter and Bernie Sanders have in common?
They were President of the U.S.
They were born on the same century.
They share the dream of a country without pollution.
They want the U.S. to be a real democracy.
They have nothing in common.
About the American political system, it´s not correct to say that:
It is used all over the world as a good example of how effective the control of corruption is.
It is full of rich people donating great amount of money and telling who will be elected or not.
It has been sharply criticized by Bernie Sanders because it has allowed corruption practices.
It has been criticized by Bernie Sanders and former President Jimmy Carter.
The unlimited donations for campaigns help to increase the corruption to nominate the candidates.
The pronoun It appears three times in the first paragraph. What does it refer to?
Their political point of view.
The need for real campaign finance reform.
Still in the first paragraph, what do the pronouns their and who refer to?
Both refer to Americans.
They refer to government.
They refer to democracy in the world.
Their refers to all the people and who refers to democracy.
They refer to a handful of powerful interests.
What is Bernie Sanders´ point of view about campaign financing?
He is totally contrary to it because it favors corruption in the political system.
He agrees with it since people receive information about the donation at home.
He defends that only billionaires could donate to political campaigns.
He isn´t convinced that billionaires finance campaigns in order to control everything.
He points that only the wealthy and powerful people should finance campaigns.
About the elections in the U.S.A, the text says that:
Two thirds of the people vote by email.
People over 18 are obliged to vote.
They follow the same procedures as in Brazil.
The election Day is a not national holiday.
They have electronic registration.
According to Bernie Sanders, what is it a clear sign that the U.S. needs a radical change to bring more people into the political system?
Voters don´t agree with corrupt politicians donating money to political campaigns.
The Americans want the guarantee that they´ll have an effective right to vote.
The Americans don´t care so much about voting because they´re not obliged to.
The voters need the help of the wealthy and the powerful people to guide them.
Almost twothirds of the electorate did not vote in 2014 midterm elections.
Which picture better represents the ideas from the texts?