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Escolha um dos pronomes em negrito que completa a frase corretamente e selecione a alternativa que apresenta a sequência correta dos pronomes que você escolheu.
01. This is a big house. I like its / it’s colour.
02. My brother and I want to visit us / our grandmother.
03. Jim is a good boy. I like he / him.
04. Where do you / yours live?
05. I don’t remember where I left my / mine book.
Our cities and towns are far from silent at night. As most of _______________ are going to bed, a lot of workers are just going to their jobs. It is estimated that up to a fifth of the working population carries out its duties at night – running hospitals and maintaining power stations, for example.
There is one problem: They have the same biological clock as day workers. Night workers often have trouble sleeping through the day, and sometimes find _______________ harder to stay awake, which means mistakes are more likely to happen. Dr Lawrence Smith, a psychologist, discovered that among people who do the same job, night workers suffered 20% more injuries than day workers.
He is now testing the theory that the light can be used to fool the human body clock. The body clock appears to be influenced by night, because one chemical at its disposal is sensitive to light.
Mark the correct pronouns to fill in the blanks.
The Passive Voice of the sentence “He is now testing the theory…”.
We can replace the pronoum ‘who’ (who do the same job) by:
By Katie Weir
From Talent Acquisition Specialist, Campus Talisman Energy
How to start your career, step by step Fix up your resumé – take it to your career centre at your university and they’ll help you.
Write a compelling cover letter that speaks to your best qualities – save the pretentious language for your English papers.
Join a professional association and attend their events – if you feel uncomfortable attending alone, try volunteering at them. By having a job to do, it gives you an excuse to interact with the attendees, and an easy way to start up a conversation the next time you see them.
Do your research – I can’t stress this enough. I want students to apply to Talisman, not because we have open jobs, but because they actually have an interest in what we’re doing, and want to be a part of it.
Be confident, but stay humble – it’s important to communicate your abilities effectively, but it’s also important to be conscious of the phrase: “sense of entitlement.” This generation entering the workforce has already been branded with the word “entitlement,” so students will need to fight against this bias from the very beginning of any relationship with people in the industry – be aware that you will need to roll up your sleeves and work hard for the first couple years, and you will be rewarded in the end.
Retrieved and adapted from URL:
<http://talentegg.ca/incubator/ 2010/11/29 /how-to-start-a-career-in-the-oil-and-gas-industry-what-employers-say/>
Access on: February 14, 2012.
The main purpose of text is to:
The fragment that closes text, “be aware that you will need to roll up your sleeves and work hard for the first couple years, and you will be rewarded in the end.”, implies that one must:
Concerning Texts I and II, it is possible to affirm that