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1. De acordo com o texto acima, Billboard é:

a) a venda on-line dos melhores álbuns de canções produzidos pela indústria americana.

b) um programa de rádio que toca as 100 canções mais populares da indústria musical.

c) uma indústria musical que publica semanalmente partituras musicais em inglês.

d) uma loja que se dedica a divulgar produtos internacionais da indústria da música.

e) uma revista semanal especializada em informações sobre a indústria musical.

Wireless networking could allow you to offer new products or services. For example, many airport departure lounges, train stations, hotels, cafes and restaurants have installed “hot spot” wireless networking services to allow mobile users to connect their equipment to their “home” offices while travelling.

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2. Esse excerto sobre redes sem fio fala sobre as vantagens desse tipo de conexão à internet. De acordo com o texto, “hot spots” são:

a) equipamentos móveis que servem para mapear meios de transportes, hotéis e restaurantes.

b) instalações em escritórios domésticos conectados com pessoas em trânsito nos aeroportos.

c) produtos ou serviços oferecidos em redes sem fio para pessoas com permissão de uso móvel.

d) redes sem fio que ainda não permitem a oferta de novos produtos e serviços a passageiros.

e) serviços que permitem que portadores de equipamentos móveis se conectem à internet.

Mobile computing can improve the service you offer your customers. For example, when meeting with customers you could access your customer relationship management system – over the Internet – allowing you to update customer details whilst away from the office. Alternatively, you can enable customers to pay for services or goods without having to go to the till. For example, by using a wireless payment terminal diners can pay for their meal without leaving their table.

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3. Este texto sobre computação móvel tem por objetivo:

a) alertar os leitores sobre a necessidade de atualizar seus dados na web.

b) capacitar compradores a usar terminais de pagamento em restaurantes.

c) informar aos comerciantes sobre os benefícios da computação móvel.

d) oferecer serviços de transação comercial mediada por internet sem fio.

e) orientar os consumidores a fazer pagamentos seguros na Internet móvel.

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time TO reflect


In your notebook, use the following phrases to think and write about what you've learned so far. You can start with…

Hands: Macrovector/

Heart: Iktash/

… and finish with one of the options below:

… talking about things that happened in an undetermined past.

… reading and writing cellphone abbreviations.

… creating voicemail messages.

… identifying and distinguishing the British sound /a/ from the American sound /æ/.

… identifying the final mute sound “-e”.

… creating text messages.

Examples: I am good at talking about things that happened in an undetermined past. I need to get better at identifying the final mute sound “-e”.

What can I do to learn more?

Manage my time more effectively.

Do more exercises.

Use more multimedia/digital resources (videos, music, apps, clips, podcasts, etc.).

Read more.

Make international friends in social networks.

Read more newspapers and magazines in English.

Chat with my friends in English.

Watch a movie/series with subtitles in English.

Watch some tutorial videos in English.

Ask for help.


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Time for literature


1. Answer the following questions in your notebook.

a) Are you a good reader? How many titles do you read in a year?

b) Do you prefer novels, plays, poems, biographies, or “cordel?” Any others?

c) Who are your favorite authors? What do you know about them?

2. Have you ever heard of Jane Austen? Read this excerpt from one of her biographies and answer the questions in your notebook.

Jane Austen was an English writer that came into the world on December 16th, 1775, born to Reverend George Austen and Cassandra Austen. Growing up, the Austen children lived in an environment of open learning, creativity and dialog. Mr. Austen kept a large collection of literature in his home library, which Jane made extensive use of in both reading and writing endeavors. It became quite common for the family to invest time and energy into making home-based productions of existing plays or writing and acting out their own creations. One can only assume that it was in these exercises that the true talent of Jane Austen was being nurtured – through observation, improvisation, acting and participation.

With her formal education completed at a boarding school, Jane returns home permanently and sets out to pen the work First Impressions. Little did she know at the time that this single work would become her most popular and enduring piece, becoming the story we now know as Pride and Prejudice. The first draft was completed sometime in 1799. She wrote six novels and they are so undated that lots of movies are continually being made from them.

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