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1- BR 2010 The verb phrase in “yellow” conveys less certainty in the fragment (A) “but technological and financial hurdles will have to be overcome first.” (lines 6-7). (B) “which should make it the largest-ever deep-water oilfield discovery.” (lines 14-15). (C) “production from Tupi alone is expected to reach around 1m b/d by 2012.” (lines 41-42). (D) “the extra capacity might lift Brazil’s output to levels similar to…” (lines 43-45). (E) “which can be difficult owing to its thickness…” (lines 64-65).

2- CAPES 2008 In “So, there must be a dramatic departure from the factory - model education on the past.” , “must” is correctly replaced by (A)Will (B) Can (C) Ought to (D) Might (E) Would

3. (E) remote possibility.000 and $1. (D) concrete intention.PETROBRAS 2006 The verb form in italics transmits an idea of probability in (A)“you have to have onboard processing. motion and power.” (lines 39-40) (D) “That cooperation is vital to creating the best-designed personal robots.” (lines 49-50) (E) “you’re not going to build a robot that’s as good as one that could be built by computer scientists and mechanical engineers working together.500.PETROBRAS 2010 The fragment “Brazil’s leaders should ask themselves why so many other countries have made bigger returns from a much smaller natural endowment. (B) absolute certainty.” (lines 29-30) (B) “we have all the technologies which ought to support a consumer robot…” (lines 36-37) (C) “multi-function personal robots will cost between $1.” (lines 56-58) means that Brazil’s leaders: . perception. 5.” (lines 51-54) 4.” (lines 43-44). Nagasawa expresses a(n) (A) impossible fact. (C) unachievable situation.PETROBRAS 2010 In the fragment “We will partner with and invest in other companies if we think the project is good.

7. (C) should. (E) had better analyze why countries with fewer natural resources than Brazil have been more profitable. (D) need to. (E) ought to. (E) impossible fact.” expresses a(n) (A) remote possibility.SUAPE 2009 “If it ever does” in “…the environment will take many years to return to its original state if it ever does. “can” is correctly substituted by: (A) must. . (B) may be in doubt whether it is true that Brazil will eventually make as much money as countries with vast of natural resources. (C) high probability. (B) concrete possibility. (C) might speculate if Brazil could make more gains if it made a better use of its scarce natural gifts. (D) would rather investigate how some countries that are not as rich as Brazil find the means to survive. 6. (B) may.(A) should not concern themselves about why other countries have been more lucrative than Brazil.”. (D) absolute certainty.REFAP 2008 In “we can create the world we’d like to live in.

(E) possibility. (D) capability. (B) certainty. (E) should definitely.SUAPE 2009 The modal verb should in “…governments should make more effort in surveillance of ships…” can be correctly replaced by (A)will not (B) can not (C) would (D) have to (E) ought to 9. (C) may probably.BNDES 2010 The word “might” in “… you have a solution that might work. (D) can eventually.8. (C) obligation.” (lines 77-79) the verb form “may” expresses (A) necessity.BNDES 2010 In “you may be surprised at how fast they can become a standard accepted business process in 2010 and beyond.” (lines 44-45) can be replaced without change in meaning by (A) must surely. (B) will certainly. 10. .

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