simulados do quinto período letras-Inglês
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simulados do quinto período letras-Inglês


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7a Questão (Ref.: 201301271939)
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	Dentre os elementos que podem auxiliar no entendimento de uma obra literária para o teatro a ser traduzida para outro idioma, destacamos os itens a seguir, sendo que um não se enquadra a esse propósito. Qual?
		
	
	Estilo
	
	Contexto histórico
	 
	A limitação que precisa ser dada apenas ao sentido geral do texto.
	
	Tema
	
	Biografia do autor
		 Gabarito Comentado.
	
	
	 8a Questão (Ref.: 201301271900)
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	"Escritor dinamarquês, reconhecido mundialmente pelo talento na escrita de obras literárias infantis, ao ponto de o prêmio internacional mais importante da literatura infanto-juvenil possuir seu nome". A citação anterior refere-se ao seguinte escritor:
		
	 
	Hans Christian Andersen
	
	Ernest Hemingway
	
	Sam Lake
	
	Edgar Allan Poe
	
	Jostein Gaarder
		 Gabarito Comentado.
	
	
	 9a Questão (Ref.: 201301271889)
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	A tradução para o teatro é bastante diferente de outros gêneros de tradução. A essência da tradução teatral, pelo menos do ponto de vista do espectador, está:
		
	 
	Na falta de uso de pistas extratextuais, fornecidas pelo tradutor, por meio de notas explicativas.
	
	A importância que não precisa ser dada às referências culturais e aos elementos paraverbais.
	 
	Na qualidade dos diálogos.
	
	Na fidelidade para com o texto original.
	
	No foco primordial atribuído ao estilo.
		 Gabarito Comentado.
	
	
	 10a Questão (Ref.: 201301271886)
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	Os tradutores de obras de não-ficção possuem algumas vantagens ao lidar com esse tipo de gênero textual. Dentre a lista de vantagens, podemos citar as seguintes, com EXCEÇÃO de:
		
	 
	As técnicas empregadas na tradução de poesia ou ficção são as mesmas aplicadas em obras de não ficção, como uma biografia, por exemplo.
	
	O conteúdo factual é mais importante do que o estilo (embora este não possa ser ignorado).
	
	O tom da obra costuma permanecer constante ao longo de todo o texto, mantendo uma única voz.
	 
	Todos os tradutores que atuam com tradução de obras de não-ficção conseguem traduzir romances e contos com a mesma facilidade, uma vez que a diferença entre esses gêneros é mínima.
	
	O uso de notas de rodapé não é um impedimento, o que dá ao tradutor a liberdade de explicar contextos culturais, por exemplo.
	1a Questão (Ref.: 201301276343)
	
	Define fiction
		
	
Sua Resposta: D
	
Compare com a sua resposta: Fiction is imaginary written information, which is untrue. It is possible to happen in reality, and the author may be describing events that are real in the story. However, it is not reality itself since it is the product of imaginative writing
		
	
	
	 2a Questão (Ref.: 201301276351)
	
	What is the relation between literature and language?
		
	
Sua Resposta: D
	
Compare com a sua resposta: It is through language that writers are able to transmit the habits, routines, context, traditions etc. of a people.
		
	
	
	 3a Questão (Ref.: 201301268664)
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	Read the alternatives below and choose the one that reperesents a correct comment in relation to the benefits that can derive from the reading of literary works.
		
	
	It is through literature that a student learns to examine thought and action compassionately. When a reader is able to identify with a character and his conflict or problem in a story and see life through the eyes of this character, that reader has begun to share an author¿s insight and has thus begun to read with appreciation. Reading in this way is to respond both in a cold predictable way
	 
	It is through non literary works that a student learns to examine thought and action compassionately. When a reader is able to identify with a character and his conflict or problem in a story and see life through the eyes of this character, that reader has begun to share an author¿s insight and has thus begun to read with appreciation. Reading in this way is to respond both emotionally and intellectually
	
	It is not through literature that a student learns to examine thought and action compassionately. When a reader is able to identify with a character and his conflict or problem in a story and see life through the eyes of this character, that reader has begun to share an author¿s insight and has thus begun to read with appreciation. Reading in this way is to respond both emotionally and intellectually
	 
	It is through literature that a student learns to examine thought and action compassionately. When a reader is able to identify with a character and his conflict or problem in a story and see life through the eyes of this character, that reader has begun to share an author¿s insight and has thus begun to read with appreciation. Reading in this way is to respond both emotionally and intellectually
	
	It is through literature that a student learns to examine thought and action in a mathematical perspective. When a reader is able to identify with a character and his conflict or problem in a story and see life through the eyes of this character, that reader has begun to share an author¿s insight and has thus begun to read with appreciation. Reading in this way is to respond both emotionally and intellectually
		
	
	
	 4a Questão (Ref.: 201301268681)
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	Choose the alternative that corretcly relates culture and literature:
		
	 
	As part of the culture of a specific society, literature enables readers to understand the social patterns that were/are not considered important to that society, such as the changes that took place, its cultural and organizational manifestations, its progress etc.
	 
	Literature cannot be considered part of the culture of a specific society, that is why it enables readers to understand the social patterns that were/are considered important to that society, such as the changes that took place, its cultural and organizational manifestations, its progress etc.
	
	As part of the culture of a specific society, literature enables readers to understand the social patterns that were/are considered important to that society, such as the changes that took place, its cultural and organizational manifestations, its progress etc.
	
	As part of the culture of a specific society, literature enables readers to understand the social patterns that were/are considered secondary to that society, such as the changes that took place, its cultural and organizational manifestations, its progress etc.
	
	As part of the culture of a specific society, literature does not enable readers to understand the social patterns that were/are considered important to that society, such as the changes that took place, its cultural and organizational manifestations, its progress etc.
		
	
	
	 5a Questão (Ref.: 201301268662)
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	David Daisches, in A Study of Literature for Reading and Critics (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1948)24 comments the relation between fiction and human mind. Actually he gives prominence to the positive effects that derive from this relation. Read the following alternatives and choos the one that agrees with Daisches perspective.
		
	 
	Fiction enables us to explore the recesses of man¿s head and heart with a torch, but history allows us a broader perception of human natural light of day, which does not usually shine into such places. Literature is man¿s exploration of man by artificial light, which is better than natural light because we can direct it where we want.
	 
	Fiction enables us to explore the recesses of man¿s head and heart with a torch; history allows us only the natural