quinta-feira, 1 de agosto de 2013

Simulado de inglês para o Enem

Simulado de inglês para o Enem com questões atualizadas

Resolva as questões de inglês a seguir em um simulado voltado para o Enem. Se você vai fazer a prova do Enem este ano, então não pode deixar de fazer uma pequena avaliação do que você já aprendeu sobre temas importantes que podem está na prova. Fique atento no simulado de inglês a seguir com questões atualizadas que te ajudará a compreender melhor o assunto e tirar muitas dúvidas. São dez exercícios com gabarito em um simulado grátis de inglês que estará ajudando muitos alunos do ensino médio e candidatos a próxima prova do Enem. Não perca essa oportunidade de adquirir mais conhecimento, então responda as questões do simulado de inglês a seguir e se prepare com qualidade para o Enem.


1)Penny Ur (1996:105-108) wonders what real-life listening involves and affirms that “the objective of listening comprehension practice in the classroom is that students should learn to function successfully in real-life listening situations.” She suggests that listening tasks should contain some characteristics to be more effective.

According to her assumptions, mark the INCORRECT alternative.

a)Ongoing listener responses should not occur; instead, they should wait to the end.

b)Learners should have some idea about what kind of text they are going to hear. It activates learners’ relevant schemata.

c)The definition of a purpose enables the listener to listen selectively for significant information easier than trying to understand everything.

d)Specific previous information enables students to use this acquired knowledge to build up ‘scaffolding’ that will help them understand.
2)Change the following sentence into reported speech. Which is correct? Amanda said, “Ann is coming to get me at 5”.

a)Amanda said Ann is coming to get me at 5.

b)Amanda said Ann is coming to get her at 5.

c)Amanda said Ann was coming to get her at 5.

d)Amanda said Ann was coming to get me at 5.

e)Amanda said Ann was coming to get she at 5.
3)The words "can" and "may" describes either the possibility or the capability of doing something. In the IMO Standard Marine Communication Phrases (SMCP) the situations where phrases using the word "can" or "may" appear make it clear whether a possibility is referred to. In an ambiguous context, however, misunderstandings frequently occur. What is correct standard phrase, from the IMO SMCP, that the ship engineer has to use to ask to the barge master if is it possible to start pumping oily water from the ship to a barge alongside?

a)Question. Should I start pumping at this time?

b)May I start pumping at this time?

c)Question. Do I have permission to start pumping at this time?

d)Do I start pumping at this time?

e)Interrogative. Can I start pumping at this time?
4)In which sentence does the verb “could” express possibility?

a)She couldn’t have been so jealous.

b)They can speak Greek very well.

c)Could you pass the sugar, please?

d)After lunch, we could go to the park.

e)ould you see them well?
5)Assinale a alternativa que complete a frase corretamente:
What _____ you _____ when I arrived?

a)was / doing

b)was / writing

c)were / do

d)were / doing

e)do / doing
6)Assinale a alternativa que complete a frase corretamente:
I did _____ last night.





e)any where
7)Assinale a alternativa que complete a frase corretamente:
They will _____ everything you ask them.

a)to do




8)The only sentence in which the use of the IMPERATIVE is correct is:

a)Not use alcohol or any chemicals to clean the screen.

b)Press the button “Replay” if you want to watch the scene again.

c)You should call for assistance in case of doubt.

d)The product can be exchanged in case of defects.

e)You don’t need to recharge the batteries.
9)Book Report Options

1. Construct a diorama (three-dimensional scene which includes models of people, buildings, plants, and animais) of one of the main events of the book. Include a written description of the scene.
2. Create a mini-comic book relating a chapter of the book.
3. Make a model of something in the story.
4. Write a different ending for your story.
5. Make several sketches of some of the scenes in the book and label them.
6. Make a time line of ali the events in the book.
7. Learn something about the environment in which the book takes place
8. Tell 5 things you leaned while reading the book

This activity improves:

a)speaking ability

b)listening ability

c)skimming ability

d)reading ability

e)scanning ability
10)The 4G high-speed mobile internet will allow users to

a)broadcast any TV program they wish.

b)connect to the Internet without WI-FI hotspots.

c)play games live and make video calls.

d)speed up their broadband connection.

e)hand out Samsung dongles to plug into their tablets and laptop computers.
Gabarito do simulado de inglês para o Enem:
1.a - 2.c -3.c - 4.d - 5.d - 6.d - 7.b - 8.b - 9.d - 10.c

Se você acha que ainda precisa aprender mais sobre temas que caem na prova do Enem, então compre a apostila por 80 reais apenas com assunto completo e muitas questões resolvidas que te ajudará a passar no Enem. Muito barato mesmo, pois são todos os assuntos do Enem em uma única apostila.

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