Portuguese activity, aimed at students in the eighth year of elementary school, explores infinitive verbs. Let's analyze this nominal form in the text. What does he have that I don't have? To do so, answer the proposed questions!
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O Hubble it can see things that the best telescopes on Earth can't, even though its mirror isn't the biggest. Your secret: being outside the Earth's atmosphere. The air layer that surrounds the planet brings two major problems to astronomical observations of this type: the distortion of light, which is easily observed in everyday life, which is why stars seem to twinkle and have points, and the partial or total absorption of certain types of radiation. luminous. O
“Ciência Hoje das Crianças” magazine. Edition 271.
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Question 1 - Highlight the infinitive verbs in this segment of the text:
"O Hubble can see things that the best telescopes on Earth cannot see […]”
Question 2 - The infinitive verbs highlighted above are:
( ) synonyms.
( ) antonyms.
( ) homonyms.
Question 3 - Watch:
"His secret: being outside the Earth's atmosphere."
In this passage, there is an infinitive verb. Locate it:
Question 4 – In the passage “[…] the stars seem to twinkle and to have tips […]”, the verb in the underlined infinitive composes a sentence:
( ) additive.
( ) conclusive.
( ) adversative.
Question 5 - In “[…] you can observe different types of light […]”, the infinitive verb expresses:
( ) an action.
( ) a state.
( ) a way of being.
By Denyse Lage Fonseca
Graduated in Languages and specialist in distance education.