WARNING - FINAL REVIEW MODULE 1
Hello to all!
We reached the end of the module 01 of the grammar of the Portuguese language.
Following a review is 50 exercises regarding matters discussed in the lessons of 01 to 39.
To get the most use in the rest of the course, it is essential to continue the case only reaches a success rate of 70%, ie 35 questions. If the index is between 50% and 69%, ie from 25 to 34 questions, go back to previous lessons and do a more detailed review. If the index is below 50%, ie less than 25 questions, stop, do not proceed, return to Lesson 1 and start the study as if it were the first time. Sometimes it's better to lose a little bit of time at first, but learn solidly than trying to move forward without having the necessary foundation to absorb new topics that tend to go deeper and deeper.
Feedback will be published next Saturday, when it will initiate the module 2.
I'm open to criticism and suggestions in order to better be able to serve the interests of the group.
Good review and until next Saturday.
PS: Do the exercises without consulting the theory.
LESSON 40 - FINAL REVIEW OF MODULE 1
01 - Complete the sentences with the right words. Is there_____ more wine? Yes, there’s still _____in the cupboard.
a) some / a lot of
b) any / some
c) no / some
d) any / many
e) any / a lot of
02 – Complete the sentences with the right words.
It has rained everyday _____ I arrived.
03 – The platform was full of people, _____.
b) weren’t them?
c) wasn’t them?
d) wasn’t she?
e) wasn’t it?
04 – Your sister has gone to the cinema, _____ .
a) isn’t she?
b) hasn’t she?
c) isn’t it?
d) didn’t she?
e) doesn’t she?
05 – I _____ the book for a couple of hours now.
a) had read
b) am read
c) had been read
d) heaving read
e) have been reading
06 – He doesn’t study here, _____ he?
07 – He _____ he was going to _____.
a) felt; fall
b) fell; fall
c) fall; felt
d) feel; felt
e) feel; fell
08 – He _____ them up yesterday, although he _____ very busy lately.
a) rings; was
b) rang; was
c) rang; has been
d) has rung; has been
e) none of these
09 – Few people know _____.
a) to how do it
b) how do it
c) it how to do
d) how it to do
e) how to do it
10 – This dog is _____ dangerous _____ a lion.
a) More; as
b) As; most
c) So; than
d) As; as
e) As; more
11 – “Mrs. Jones has been absent from work only 4 times this year.” “Mrs. Smith has been absent even _____ times than that.”
b) a few of
d) a few
e) fewer of
12 – He got the job because he had _____.
a) the better
b) the best qualifications
c) better quality
d) best qualities
e) none of the above alternatives applies
13 – Our houses are very similar, except that mine is not exactly _____ yours.
a) as same size as
b) same size as
c) as same size than
d) the same size than
e) the same size as
14 – The bowl seemed to be a good gift, but it is apparent that there were ______ things than _____.
a) best; him
b) best; it
c) better; her
d) the best; his
e) best; them
15 – Miss Devlin made few friends not because she was _____ than the others, but because of her manners.
a) less popular
b) as popular
c) the most popular
d) the more popular
e) not so popular
16 – If she _____ less make-up, she _____ very attractive.
a) wears; is
b) wore; will be
c) will wear; will be
d) wears; will be
e) would wear; is
17 – I _____ you as soon as my work _____.
a) will call; is finished
b) called; will finish
c) was calling; is finished
d) had called; finishes
e) have called; finish
18 – He _____ many times but never _____ guilty.
a) will accuse; finds
b) has accused; is finding
c) has been accused; found
d) is accusing; find
e) accused; is being found
19 – John and Jane _____ tomorrow.
a) shall get married
b) will get married
c) get married
d) are going married
e) will to get married
20 – The chief stares _____ them _____ astonished silence as they approach.
a) over; in
b) with; with
c) of; with
d) from; with
e) at; in
21 – They lived in New York _____ 1965 _____ 1973.
a) since; to
b) from; to
c) of: until
d) since; till
22 – Jane lives _____ 46 Victoria Street and Tom _____ Gower Street.
a) at; on
b) in; at
c) on; in
d) to; by
23 – Use the correct preposition to complete the following sentence: The thief jumped _____ the window _____ the flower garden.
a) through; onto
b) before; over
c) out; through
d) by; for
e) in; about
24 – “Is Charles more than thirty years old?” “Sure. He’s _____ thirty. I know he was born _____ July 13, 1940.”
a) over; at
b) more than; at
c) over; in
d) over; on
e) more; on
25 – Nova School is _____ easy walking distance.
26 – Which prepositions fill the blank spaces below respectively?
The film was based _____ a novel by Margaret Mitchell.
The picture attracted all sorts _____ people. She prides herself _____ her.
Southern surroundings. Although she was never one _____ physical demonstrations of affection she always visited a person _____ need.
a) about; off; in; with; for
b) on; of; on; for; in
c) on; off; about; at; with
d) in; of; for; with; on
27 – Choose the correct prepositions:
Cabral reached Brazil _____ April. He arrived _____ April 21.
a) on; in
b) upon; in
c) in; on
d) into; on
e) upon; into
28 – We met _____ a fine afternoon _____ the Spring.
a) in; at
b) on; at
d) in; in
e) on; in
29 – “I have not seen John _____ three or four days, but his brother has been here _____ last Saturday.”
a) for; since
b) since; since
c) for; for
d) since; for
e) _____; since
30 – We haven’t seen _____ Katherine _____ Alice at the dancing-party.
a) neither – nor
b) either – or
31 – I _____ you if you _____ me.
a) would have told; had asked
b) would tell; ask
c) would tell; would ask
d) have told; would ask
e) will tell; asked
32 – I’m sure she isn’t here. She _____ be at home.
d) have to
33 – I do not mind _____ this summer.
a) I work
c) to work
e) not to work
34 – If Johnny _____ the bowl he _____ a good stroke of business.
a) had bought; would have made
b) had bought; has made
c) did buy; had made
d) has bought; will have made
e) does buy; would make
35 – “You seem to enjoy mathematics.”
“Yes, if I _____ smart I would have taken math in college.”
a) will be
b) had been
d) have been
36 – “Did you go to Stockholm?”
“No, but I wish _____ when I was in Sweden; I hear it’s a beautiful city.”
a) we had gone
b) we have gone
c) to have to go
d) having gone
e) we have been going
37 – Mark the alternative with the correct sequence of tenses.
a) I would have gone if I had enough money.
b) I would go if I had had enough money.
c) I would have went if I had had enough money.
d) I would have gone if I had had enough money.
e) I would had gone if I had had enough money.
38 – She insisted _____.
a) on not telling the truth
b) on telling not the true
c) on not telling the true
d) in do not say the truth
39 – I _____ Peter next week.
a) have met
c) was meeting
e) am going to meet
40 – They _____ a shock if they _____ that wire.
a) wet; touch
b) will get; touch
c) would get; touch
d) got; have touched
e) will get; will touch
41 – You _____ pronounce this word perfectly yesterday.
42 – Fred phoned yesterday. He wanted to know if his brother _____.
a) was being arrive
b) is arrived
c) had arrived
d) had been arrived
e) was arrived
43 – Tomorrow he _____ go.
a) had to
44 – Mark the correct alternative.
45 – Can you tell me the correct time?
I _____ if I hadn’t forgotten my watch.
46 – I’m awfully sorry, but I had no choice. I simply _____ what I did.
a) ought to
b) must do
c) have had to do
d) have done
e) had to do
47 – Cole _____ in 1960 and only two months before his death he _____ all his property.
a) has retired; sell
b) is retiring; sells
c) retires; sold
d) retire; has sold
e) retired; had sold
48 – Why _____ those people singing?
Because they _____ got some good news.
a) are; had
b) is; have
c) were; had
d) was; has
e) was; had
49 – Paul _____ half the work, when they _____ in.
a) finished; came
b) has finished; came
c) had finished; had come
d) has finished; had come
e) had finished; come
50 – They went to her apartment but they were too late. She _____ out already so they could not see her.
c) Has gone
d) Had seen
e) Had gone
FRAMEWORK FOR SELF-EVALUATION
I am able to recognise words and simple expressions of relative common use to me own, to my family and to the contexts in that I am inserted, when they speak me of clear form and slowly.
I am able to comprise names known, words and sentences very simple, for example in warnings, posters or flyers .
I am able to communicate in a simple way , since that my interlocutor if you have to repeat or say in other words , a slower pace , and help me formulate what I would like to say. I am able to ask and respond to simple questions about known issues or relating to areas of immediate need.
I am able to use expressions and simple sentences to describe the venue where alive and people that know.
I am able to write a simple and short postcard, for example, in the height vacacional. I am able to fill index card with personal data, for example, in a hotel, with name, lived, nationality.
THOUGHT OF THE WEEK 22:
"We can choose what to sow, but we have to reap what we sow."
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The lessons were available in 4 languages: Portuguese, English, Spanisn and French, in that order. Good studies.
ANSWERS OF EXERCISES
LESSON 40 - FINAL REVIEW OF MODULE 1
LIÇÃO 01 – ADVÉRBIOS
(Versão em Português)
. Frequência – são colocados antes dos verbos principais e depois dos modals, auxiliares e to be.
Ø Always, never, often, generally, frequently, seldom
Ex.: I always come here.
She has never been to São Paulo.
. Modo – São colocados após os verbos ou antes de adjetivos e advérbios.
Ø Bravely, fast, happily, quickly, carefully, easily
Ex.: Tom drives fast.
. Lugar – São colocados após os verbos ou objetos das orações.
Ø Here, there, everywhere, somewhere
Ex.: We are here.
. Tempo – São colocados no início ou no final de frases.
Ø Today, yesterday, tomorrow, tonight, now
Ex.: All the students played soccer yesterday.
. Intensidade – São colocados antes de adjetivos e advérbios.
Ø Very, quite, rather, too, pretty.
Ex.: This car is too expensive.
A PRÓXIMA LIÇÃO SERÁ SOBRE O GUIA DE CONVERSAÇÃO– “EM VIAGEM DE CARRO”
LESSON 01 – ADVÉRBIOS
(Version in English)
. Frequency – they are placed before the main verbs and after the modals, auxiliares and to be.
Always, never, often, generally, frequently, seldom
. Mode – they Are placed after the verbs or before adjectives and advérbios.
Bravely, fast, happily, quickly, carefully, easily
. Place – they Are placed after the verbs or objects of the prayers.
Here, there, everywhere, somewhere
. Time – they Are placed in the start or to finals of sentences.
Today, yesterday, tomorrow, tonight, now
. Intensity – they Are placed before adjectives and advérbios.
Very, quite, rather, too, pretty.
The NEXT LESSON will BE ON GUIDES OF CONVERSATION – IN TRIP OF CAR
THOUGHT OF THE WEEK 23:
"All things are born small and then grow, except disgrace: huge rises and then decreases."
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