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DISCIPLINA: INGLÊS INSTRUMENTAL – ENGENHARIA DE MINAS
PROFESSORA: ERICA NEITZKE
NOME: PALOMA DE SOUZA SILVA DATA :28/10/2021
Atividade referente a aula de 28/10/21
Postar até dia 07/11/210no link
https://classroom.google.com/c/MzgyMzg0MzcwNDQ0/a/NDE5NzcwMzA2MjQw/details
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There is a new danger with our food. Criminals are selling billions of dollars of fake food to supermarkets. The food could be very dangerous. There have been a few scandals in the past few years. In Britain, horse meat was labeled as beef. British police recently found cheap peanut powder in products. This could harm or kill people with peanut allergies. Years ago, six babies died in China after they drank fake milk powder. Gangs make a lot of money from fake food. It is also safer than selling drugs for the gangs because the penalties are lower.
Interpol told the BBC that food crime is very similar to drugs crime. A spokesman said the patterns used by criminals to sell fake food are very similar to those used by drug dealers. Police in 33 countries found that food crime is a serious global problem. They found the dye in children’s candies was a poisonous chemical. They also found 430,000 litres of fake drinks and 22 tons of cheap rice that was labeled as high-quality basmati rice. The U.K. said it was a difficult problem. It said that using technology might be the only way to beat the criminals.
I. Match the columns.
		English
	 
	Portuguese
	1. food J)
	 
	a) polícia
	2. supermarket F)
	 
	b) arroz
	3. scandal G)
	 
	c) modo, maneira
	4. police A)
	 
	d) tonelada
	5. peanut H)
	 
	e) Reino Unido
	6. drug I)
	 
	f) supermercado
	7. rice B)
	 
	g) escândalo
	8. U.K E)
	 
	h) amendoim
	9. way C)
	 
	i) droga
	10. ton D)
	 
	j) comida, alimento
* basmati rice = arroz aromático de qualidade superior, geralmente usado em pratos indianos.
II. Complete the sentences with verbs from the chart.
	To sell / to find / to kill / to die / to drink / to make
1. My grandfather died at the age of 86.
2.  Illegal drugs were found in the singer’s baggage.
3. Do you think they sell children’s books at this bookshop?
4. Drink your juice, Thomas!
5. Each year thousands of people are killed on the roads.
6. You can make a lot of money working at home.
III. Complete the sentences. Use the words from the box.
	Danger / meat/ cheap / safer / lower / poisonous
1. At that restaurant you can choose from a selection of meat.
2. You may get this dress at a lower price in the mall.
3. You must leave immediately. There is danger of explosion.
4. People were drinking cheap wine from plastic cups.
5. This species of spider is extremely poisonous.
6. Traveling by plane is much safer than driving your own car.
	IV.
		Criminals
 
 
Pay attention to the definitions of the following expressions.
a) Thief = someone who steals something.
b) Pickpocket = someone who steals money and other things from people’s pockets and bags.
c) Robber = someone who takes money or property illegally, often by using menaces or violence.
d) Burglar = someone who enters a building illegally to steal things.
e) Kidnapper = someone who takes away someone by force in order to keep the person as a prisoner and demand money for returning the person.
f) Hijacker = someone who takes control of a vehicle, especially a plane, using violence.
Now, match the columns.
	English
	 
	Portuguese
	1. thief C)
	 
	a) assaltante
	2. pickpocket E)
	 
	b) sequestrador (de pessoas)
	3. robber A)
	 
	c) ladrão
	4. burglar F)
	 
	d) sequestrador (de veículos)
	5. kidnapper B)
	 
	e) trombadinha
	6. hijacker D)
	 
	f) arrombador
V. Translate the underlined expressions in the following sentences.
1. He tried to get through the Customs (= Alfândega) with a fake passport.
*fake = falso
2. The detergent is sold both in liquid and powder forms.
*powder = pó
3. The maximum penalty for this crime is two years’ imprisonment.
*penalty = pena (sentido de punição) 
4. Spokesman is someone who speaks as the representative of an organization or group of people.
*spokesman = Porta-voz / representante
5. All three attacks followed the same patterns.
*pattern = padrões 
6. drug dealer is someone who sells illegal drugs, especially on the streets.
*drug dealer = traficante de drogas
7. Dye is a substance used for changing the color of something such as clothing or your hair.
*dye = tinta
8. That girl eats too many candies. It’s bad for her teeth.
*candies = doces
Text Comprehension
1. Circle T (true) or F (false).
a) Food crime is worth billions of dollars. T 
b) In Britain, criminals sold horse meat but said it was beef. T 
c) Police found that criminals replaced peanut powder with almond flour. F
d) There are currently no penalties for faking food. F
e) Interpol said food crime and the drugs trade were similar. T 
f) Police in 33 countries reported food crime to be a problem. T 
g) Criminals tried to sell basmati rice as long-grain rice. F
h) The British government said technology would not beat the gangs. F