Confira aula gratuita sobre as Imperative Orders no idioma Inglês. Confira no resumo o uso e a interpretação de texto no tempo verbal do Imperativo. E, depois tem o simulado.
O imperativo no idioma Inglês, assim como no Português, é o tempo verbal usado geralmente para expressar uma ordem. Na aula de hoje, o prof Guilherme te ensina a identificar este tempo verbal nas questões de Interpretação de Texto em inglês, que caem no Enem.
Imperative Orders: o Imperativo no Inglês
E, se você pretende dominar ainda mais o Idioma Inglês, veja também como utilizar o tempo verbal Imperativo.. Clica aí pra ver como usar as imperative orders.
Muito boa esta aula sobre o tempo vergal do Imperativo no Idioma Inglês. E tem mais aulas do professor Guilherme no canal do Curso Enem Gratuito.
Veja os marcadores do que você encontra nesta videoaula sobre o Imperativo no Inglês:
- O imperativo serve para dar ordens.
- Como é a estrutura do imperativo?
- Verbo no infinitivo, sem sujeito!
- E quando tem vocativo na frase? Como fica?
- Como fica o imperativo no negativo? Basta colocar ‘do not’ (ou don’t) antes do verbo.
- E o imperativo em pergunta? Não existe 🙂
As dicas para mandar bem no Inglês do Enem
Veja os macetes para você cravar as cinco questões de Idioma Estrangeiro na prova do Exame Nacional do Ensino Médio. Você fica preocupado com a prova de inglês do Enem? Não sabe nem por onde começar a interpretar aqueles enunciados que às vezes são gigantes?
Vem que o Guilherme dá dicas de como encarar a prova com mais confiança e tranquilidade te mostrando questões do exame.
Muito bom este resumo do professor Guilherme. Veja agora o recado especial do professor Guilherme:
E aí, pessoal, tudo certo? Hoje temos um vídeo muito especial (acima) com dicas de como resolver a prova de inglês do Enem 😀
Trouxe aqui umas questões da prova de Enem de 2018 para resolvermos juntos. A prova de inglês do Enem só tem cinco questões, então ela é bem rapidinha de fazer.
Só que ela é diferente da maioria das provas de vestibulares: na maioria das provas, vamos ter um texto com quatro/cinco questões em cima de um único texto.
Já no Enem, para cada texto temos uma questão específica. Por isso, é muito importante prestar atenção no enunciado! Ele é essencial para entender a questão e ele sempre te dá dicas 😉
Simulado do Imperativo no Inglês
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01 My name is Luka
I live on the second floor
I live upstairs from you
Yes, I think you’ve seen me before
05 If you hear something late at night
Some kind of trouble, some kind of fight
Just don’t ask me what it was
I think it’s ‘cause I’m clumsy
I try not to talk too loud
10 Maybe it’s because I’m crazy
I try not to act too proud
They only hit until you cry
After that you don’t ask why
You just don’t argue anymore
15 Yes, I think I’m okay
I walked into the door again
If you ask that’s what I’ll say
And it’s not your business anyway
I guess I’d like to be alone
20 With nothing broken, nothing thrown
Just don’t ask me how I am
Based on what you know about verbs – its tenses, forms, voices and mood – it is correct to say, about the sentences in bold:
Fury at racist cartoon comparing
‘butch’ and ‘masculine’ Michelle Obama
to pageant-ready Melania Trump
01 A cartoonist has been accused of racism 02 after he portrayed Michelle Obama as 03 masculine and butch next to a pageantready 04 Melania Trump in a controversial 05 drawing.
06 The cartoon – which has been branded 07 ‘racist and misogynistic’ – shows a muscular 08 Mrs Obama wearing a green dress with a 09 bulge in the groin area.
10 Stood next to her is a feminine, smiling 11 Melania Trump in a pink dress and holding 12 a Trump sign.
13 Twitter reacted with fury to the drawing, with 14 dozens of people defending the First Lady.
15 Femi H tweeted: ‘Honestly, this is as racist 16 as hell and reverts back to stereotypes that 17 black women are angry and masculine’.
18 Imani Gandy wrote: ‘Oddly, they feel the 19 need to denigrate Michelle to prop up 20 Melania, when that’s so not the point. But 21 they’re too stupid to understand that’.
22 Garrison is known for his controversial 23 political cartoons and – looking at his work 24 – appears to be a supporter of Republican 25 presumptive nominee Donald Trump.
Reflecting on your knowledge of verb tenses, forms and voices, it is correct to say:
The expressions: “Reach in and get them both” and “Try it again” represent:
AMADO (na sua euforia profissional) – Cunha, escuta. Vi um caso agora. Ali, na praça da Bandeira. Um caso que. Cunha, ouve. Esse caso pode ser a tua salvação!
CUNHA (num lamento) – Estou mais sujo do que pau de galinheiro!
AMADO (incisivo e jocundo) – Porque você é uma besta, Cunha. Você é o delegado mais burro do Rio de Janeiro.
CUNHA (entre ameaçador e suplicante) – Não pense que. Você não se ofende, mas eu me ofendo.
AMADO (jocundo) – Senta!
(Cunha obedece novamente.)
CUNHA (com um esgar de choro) – Te dou um tiro!
AMADO – Você não é de nada. Então, dá. Dá! Quedê?
CUNHA – Qual é o caso?
AMADO – Olha. Agorinha, na praça da Bandeira. Um rapaz foi atropelado. Estava juntinho de mim. Nessa distância. O fato é que caiu. Vinha um lotação raspando. Rente ao meio-fio. Apanha o cara. Em cheio. Joga longe. Há aquele bafafá. Corre pra cá, pra lá. O sujeito estava lá, estendido, morrendo.
CUNHA (que parece beber as palavras do repórter) – E daí?
AMADO (valorizando o efeito culminante) – De repente, um outro cara aparece, ajoelha-se no asfalto, ajoelha-se. Apanha a cabeça do atropelado e dá-lhe um beijo na boca.
CUNHA (confuso e insatisfeito) – Que mais?
AMADO (rindo) – Só.
CUNHA (desorientado) – Quer dizer que. Um sujeito beija outro na boca e. Não houve mais nada. Só isso?
(Amado ergue-se. Anda de um lado para outro. Estaca, alarga o peito.)
AMADO – Só isso!
CUNHA – Não entendo.
AMADO (abrindo os braços para o teto) – Sujeito burro! (para o delegado) Escuta, escuta! Você não quer se limpar? Hein? Não quer se limpar?
CUNHA – Quero!
AMADO – Pois esse caso.
CUNHA – Mas …
AMADO – Não interrompe! Ou você não percebe? Escuta […]
(RODRIGUES, Nelson. O beijo no asfalto.
Rio de Janeiro: Nova Fronteira, 1995. p. 12/13.)
In text, we note a number of verbs in Portuguese in the imperative form. Some of the following sentences demonstrate the usage of the imperative form in English:
I. Hurry up! We’re going to be late for the party.
II. I am going to study for the test.
III. Why can’t I spend the night at my friend’s house?
IV. Don’t touch the paint! It’s still wet.
Choose from the following options the one which contains sentences in the imperative form:
What Do You Remember About September 11, 2001?
By Katherine Schulten
Where were you nine years ago Saturday? What do you remember about that day or the days immediately after? If you‘re in junior high, high school or even the first years of college now, you may have been too little then to have been aware of what was happening on the day itself. If so, what have you heard from adults or older friends or relatives about what those days and weeks were like?
September 10, 2010 8:13 am
– I remember walking into work that day, thinking what a beautiful day it was, with the sky so blue and, how clear and crisp it was, and then the day went so horribly wrong […].- Lisa
September 10, 2010 8:40 am
– Such a beautiful, clear blue sky that morning. Heard one of the planes fly over us as we were getting ready to head off to class. A room-mate says, ― wow, that sounded like a low – flying plane.” – Alexis September 10, 2010 8:42 am
– I don‘t remember much – I was only 6. […] But I remember my father being away on business, in a State very close to New York. I remember a friend calling my mother in near hysterics. She kept saying, ― “Turn on the news.” And my mom didn‘t know what was happening. She was really worried and kept calling Dad. She had on the news and called out my two older brothers. We were homeschooled, so they were doing some homework she had assigned them. They ran out and were watching what was happening with Mom and I remember thinking, ―What‘s happening? Why‘s everyone so worried?” I think it was years later that 9/11 really spoke to me. […] – Lola
September 10, 2010 9:08 am
– I remember my old neighbor John – John never coming home – Genaro
September 10, 2010 9:35 am
– I remember I was in my backyard and spraying my dad with a water hose! Ha, ha! I was only three! – Nancy
September 10, 2010 9:58 am
– […] My teacher made us stop doing what we were doing and explained what was happening and how important New York was. I remember I was sitting on the couch watching the news and watching the same horrific scene over and over again. Now that I‘m older I understand. – Nakeira
September 10, 2010 10:07 am
– I learned a lot about the 9/11, how the hijackers tried to crash two of the airliners into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City, they were killing everyone on board and many others working in the buildings. Both buildings collapsed within two hours, destroying buildings around it and damaging others. The hijackers crashed a third airliner into the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia, just outside Washington, D.C. The 4th plane crashed into a field near Shanks Ville in rural Pennsylvania after some of its people and flight crew attempted to retake control of the plane, which the hijackers had redirected toward Washington, D.C. There were no survivors from any of the flights. It was very sad, I was only 7… – Paris
Source: NYTimes.com/learning.blogs – September 13th, 2010 (Adapted)
Assinale a opção CORRETA, em relação ao(s) verbo(s) das frases retiradas do texto:
Leia o texto abaixo.
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(Reader’s digest, June 2009).
A voz do produtor do texto ao afirmar Never stop moving expressa
Please, don’t _____ studying English.
Improving relations with the locals
It’s not easy to provide five-star luxury in the most of a treasured wilderness without8 damaging the environment. But the King Pacific Lodge in British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest manages that difficult feat. For one thing, the lodge doesn’t even take up permanent space. Its 17 rooms sit on a floating boat, which is towed2 from May to September into a cove containing large numbers of whales and rare white Kermode bears. Accessible only by boat or floatplane, the lodge charges guests a 3 percent conservation tax9, Which6 goes toward everything from building bear platforms to youth programs for the indigenous local tribe. “My business is dependent on leaving the area untouched1,” says lodge president Michael Uehara. “We do not want to kill the goose that laid the golden egg3.”
Uehara and King Pacific owner Hideo Morita are pioneers in community cooperation. Both were adopted by the indigenous Gitga’at people5 in 2000 after their tourist company became the first to sign a protocol agreement with a native tribe. The Lodge recognizes the tribe as owners of the land, pays a co-management fee, mentors local youth and employs Gitga’at people, who, in turn, teach4 their culture to the guests.
say: “towed” (ref.2): rebocado
HONTZ, Jenny. Newsweek, Apr 10, 2006/Apr. 17, 2006. p.59. Adaptado
In the text,
Win a Canon camera and see the world!
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(Fonte: Holland Herald, p. 44, april 2005.)
É correto afirmar que a escolha do tempo verbal no ato de abertura “Win a Canon camera and see the world!” tem como objetivo:
Brazilian cooking is exuberant and varied, reflecting the history and geography of this big country. In the northeast, there is an exciting mixture of the food of the Guarani Indians, the colonizing Portuguese and African slaves. The “Moqueca de Camarão”, for example, shows the influences of the local indians and of the Africans who were brought in by the Portuguese to work on the sugar plantations. The easiest method of cooking this dish is described below:
Press the garlic with the salt and add to the shrimp. Heat the oil in a frying pan and add the onion, tomatoes, coriander, pepper, and lemon juice and cook for 5 minutes. Add the coconut milk and cook again for 5 minutes. Serve with rice.
(Adapted from ORTIZ, Elisabeth Lambert, A Little Brazilian Cookbook. San
Francisco, Chronicle Books, 1992).
In the text, the verbs in italics show: