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Questão 1189824

Ministério da Defesa - Aeronáutica 2019 (4ª edição)

Cargo: Sargento - Especialidade: Controle de Tráfego Aéreo / Questão 13

Banca: Escola de Especialistas de Aeronáutica (EEAR)

Nível: Médio

Em qual alternativa a oração em destaque é subordinada adjetiva reduzida?

  • A.

    Ele é nossa principal testemunha, pois foi a primeira pessoa a entrar no local do crime.

  • B.

    Entrando repentinamente no recinto, ele foi o primeiro a presenciar a cena do crime.

  • C.

    Sendo o primeiro a entrar no recinto, ele é nossa principal testemunha.

  • D.

    Ao entrar no recinto, ele presenciou primeiramente a cena do crime.

Questão 1189874

Ministério da Defesa - Aeronáutica 2019 (4ª edição)

Cargo: Sargento - Especialidade: Controle de Tráfego Aéreo / Questão 27

Banca: Escola de Especialistas de Aeronáutica (EEAR)

Nível: Médio

Read the text and answer question 27.

They arrived at the court in plenty of time and went straight to the robing room. It was crowded with solicitors and counsil.

Adapted from Reading for Meaning

The words, “in plenty of time”, in bold type in the paragraph, is closest in meaning to __________.

  • A. late
  • B. on time
  • C. over time
  • D. in good time

Questão 1190727

Ministério da Defesa - Aeronáutica 2019 (4ª edição)

Cargo: Sargento - Área: Aeronavegantes/Especialidade: Comunicações / Questão 30

Banca: Escola de Especialistas de Aeronáutica (EEAR)

Nível: Médio

Read the text and answer questions 30 and 31.

Choose the best alternative to complete the blank.

  • A. putting
  • B. putted
  • C. puts
  • D. put

Questão 1189896

Ministério da Defesa - Aeronáutica 2019 (4ª edição)

Cargo: Sargento - Especialidade: Controle de Tráfego Aéreo / Questão 32

Banca: Escola de Especialistas de Aeronáutica (EEAR)

Nível: Médio

Read the text and answer questions 31, 32 and 33.

The plane, the pilot and the mechanic.

Whereas, several test pilots might fly the prototype, each prototype is enrusted to only one mechanic. For him, I'm the pilot who is going to fly “his” plane and furnish him with the proof that the work he has lovingly and conscientiously put it on it all day, and sometimes all night, has not been in vain. The relation between the pilot, the plane and the mechanic are at once very simple – basic, obviously – and very complex when it comes to putting them into words. For the mechanic, the plane is a kind of Sleeping Beauty, and he takes care of her and coddles her while she is asleep. As soon as she wakes up, she passes into the hands of the pilots, but he only knows the plane when it is “alive”, when it is flying and functioning. The moment the plane takes off for a test, the mechanic loses sight of it, but he follows it, he feels it, he is bound to it by a kind of sixth sense, or to put it better, by an invisible umbilical cord.

Adapted from Read for Meaning.

According to the text, we can infer that ________________.

  • A.

    the plane is in the mechanic's inner

  • B.

    the mechanic desires to fly with the pilot

  • C.

    the pilot and the mechanic feel the plane in the same way

  • D.

    the mechanic is the one who fixes the plane as any other machine.

Questão 1189903

Ministério da Defesa - Aeronáutica 2019 (4ª edição)

Cargo: Sargento - Especialidade: Controle de Tráfego Aéreo / Questão 34

Banca: Escola de Especialistas de Aeronáutica (EEAR)

Nível: Médio

Read the text and answer questions 34, 35 and 36.

Customs

It was the small hours of the morning, when we reached London Airport. I had cabled London (England) from Amsterdam (Holland), and there was a hired car to meet me, but there was one more contretemps before I reached the haven of my flat. In all my travels I have never, but for that once, been required by carried by the British Customs to open a single bag or to do more than state that I carried no goods liable to duty. It was, of course, my fault; the extreme fatigue and nervous tension of the journey had destroyed my diplomacy. I was, for whichever reason, so tired that I could hardly stand and to the proffered pro forma and the question, 'have you read this?' I replied, with extreme testiness and foolishness, 'Yes-hundreds of times'.

Adapted from Read for Meaning.

According to the text, we can say that ________________.

  • A.

    the aircraft headed for London

  • B.

    some unfortunate happening was expected

  • C.

    someone arrived sooner at London Airport

  • D.

    the passenger couldn't realize his fault so far

Questão 1189905

Ministério da Defesa - Aeronáutica 2019 (4ª edição)

Cargo: Sargento - Especialidade: Controle de Tráfego Aéreo / Questão 35

Banca: Escola de Especialistas de Aeronáutica (EEAR)

Nível: Médio

Read the text and answer questions 34, 35 and 36.

Customs

It was the small hours of the morning, when we reached London Airport. I had cabled London (England) from Amsterdam (Holland), and there was a hired car to meet me, but there was one more contretemps before I reached the haven of my flat. In all my travels I have never, but for that once, been required by carried by the British Customs to open a single bag or to do more than state that I carried no goods liable to duty. It was, of course, my fault; the extreme fatigue and nervous tension of the journey had destroyed my diplomacy. I was, for whichever reason, so tired that I could hardly stand and to the proffered pro forma and the question, 'have you read this?' I replied, with extreme testiness and foolishness, 'Yes-hundreds of times'.

Adapted from Read for Meaning.

According to the text, we can infer that _______________.

  • A.

    the passenger was very polite at the customs

  • B.

    it was the passenger's first time at the customs

  • C.

    at the customs, the passenger could relax and rest

  • D.

    after landing, the passenger couldn't go towards his place

Questão 1189907

Ministério da Defesa - Aeronáutica 2019 (4ª edição)

Cargo: Sargento - Especialidade: Controle de Tráfego Aéreo / Questão 36

Banca: Escola de Especialistas de Aeronáutica (EEAR)

Nível: Médio

Read the text and answer questions 34, 35 and 36.

Customs

It was the small hours of the morning, when we reached London Airport. I had cabled London (England) from Amsterdam (Holland), and there was a hired car to meet me, but there was one more contretemps before I reached the haven of my flat. In all my travels I have never, but for that once, been required by carried by the British Customs to open a single bag or to do more than state that I carried no goods liable to duty. It was, of course, my fault; the extreme fatigue and nervous tension of the journey had destroyed my diplomacy. I was, for whichever reason, so tired that I could hardly stand and to the proffered pro forma and the question, 'have you read this?' I replied, with extreme testiness and foolishness, 'Yes-hundreds of times'.

Adapted from Read for Meaning.

According to the text, choose the best response.

In “...there was a hired car to meet me (...)”. We can infer that___________.

  • A.

    there was a car to pick the passenger up at his place

  • B.

    there was a car ready to take the passenger to his place

  • C.

    the passenger has asked someone to give him a ride to his flat

  • D.

    the passenger has lent a car for someone meet him at the airport

Questão 1189920

Ministério da Defesa - Aeronáutica 2019 (4ª edição)

Cargo: Sargento - Especialidade: Controle de Tráfego Aéreo / Questão 37

Banca: Escola de Especialistas de Aeronáutica (EEAR)

Nível: Médio

Read the text and answer questions 37 and 38.

Halloween

One fall day, as you walk down the street, you might see ghosts, strange animals, and other weird things. What's going on? It's probably October 31, or Halloween. Halloween is a day when people go out wearing costumes and colorful makeup.

People think that Halloween started in Ireland during the 400s. October 31 was the end of summer, and people believe that everyone who died during the year come back on that day. To scare away the dead, people put on costumes and went out into the streets to make noise.

Different cultures have different ways of celebrating Halloween. In the United States, it's the night when children dress up in costumes and go to neighbors' houses to “trick or treat”, or ask for candy. Some adults wear funny or scary costumes and go to parties or parades. Halloween has become a fun holiday for both adults and children.

Adapted from Interchange.

The word “weird”, in bold type, in the text, is closest in meaning to ______________ . Except:

  • A. eerie
  • B. strange
  • C. unusual
  • D. unbelievable

Questão 1190751

Ministério da Defesa - Aeronáutica 2019 (4ª edição)

Cargo: Sargento - Área: Aeronavegantes/Especialidade: Comunicações / Questão 39

Banca: Escola de Especialistas de Aeronáutica (EEAR)

Nível: Médio

Read the text and answer questions 37, 38 and 39.

… TO DRIVE HIM HOME … This expression in English means:

  • A. to let him home
  • B. to lend him home
  • C. to take him home
  • D. to move him home

Questão 1189976

Ministério da Defesa - Aeronáutica 2019 (4ª edição)

Cargo: Sargento - Especialidade: Controle de Tráfego Aéreo / Questão 48

Banca: Escola de Especialistas de Aeronáutica (EEAR)

Nível: Médio

Read the text and answer questions 46, 47 and 48.

Reasons why the Airbus A380 failed

On 14 February 2019, Airbus announced their A380s have been cancelled, with production ending in 2021. After 12 years of shaky business and development, its closure didn't come as a surprise. The dream is over for the world' largest passenger airliner. Why was the king of the airliners forced to land so quikly? Here's what happened:

  • poor business planing finds itself at the heart of the A380's downfall. Most of all A380' eggs were put in a basket called Emirates, Airbus biggest buyer.
  • bigger isn't always better. With a wingspan of almost 80 meters was difficult to guide the giant four-turbine around airports.
  • airbus failed to antecipate how consumer's tastes in air travel would change over the years. Passengers nowadays prefer smaller airports, using direct routes to their destinations.
  • although a seating capacity of 800 may seem impressive at first, it is not easy to fill them up, even when you give discounts and make promotions.

Airbus A380' closure perhaps teaches us all a lesson or two. Dream big, but keep your feet on the ground.

Adapted from https://www.slashgerar.com.

In”...Most of all the A380's eggs were put in a basket called Emirates(...)”, we can infer that Airbus ______________.

  • A.

    is the Emirates' best customer

  • B.

    have no other alternative left if Emirates fails

  • C.

    made investments on the open market for many years

  • D.

    put most of their efforts into Emirates, but have another plans to get sucess