Portuguese activity, aimed at students in the eighth year of elementary school, addresses active voice verbs. What do they indicate in the communicative context? Let's learn? To do this, answer the questions that refer to the text about the African elephant!
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It is the largest terrestrial mammal in the world. It forms large groups, in a society run by females. Eat green grass found in gardens and open fields, cereals, bamboo, and other plants. Likes to take mud baths, forming a protective crust against insects on the skin. He walks for many kilometers every day in search of food and water. It can eat up to 170 pounds a day. It lives throughout Africa, except in the Sahara and other desert regions. The gestation of females lasts 22 months and a young is born. Babies can weigh between 90 and 120 kilos.
Fragment from: “Meet eight animals that live in the Zoo of Belo Horizonte”. Luana Cruz. Available in:. Accessed on: June 25, 2020.
Question 1 - In the segment below, there is a verb in the active voice. Brand it:
"It forms large groups, in a society run by females."
Question 2 - The verb, previously highlighted, is in the active voice to indicate that:
( ) the subject is an agent.
( ) the subject is patient.
( ) the subject is agent and patient.
Question 3 - In “Eat green grass found in gardens and open fields, cereals, bamboos, and other plants.”, the subject of the verb in the active voice is:
( ) hidden.
( ) simple.
( ) undetermined.
Question 4 – In the sentence "He likes of taking mud baths […]”, the verb in the underlined active voice demanded a complement with a preposition. Therefore, it is called:
( ) intransitive verb.
( ) direct transitive verb.
( ) indirect transitive verb.
Question 5 - In the period “Walk daily many kilometers in search of food and water.”, the highlighted term modifies the meaning of the verb in the active voice, expressing:
( ) place.
( ) mode.
( ) time.
Per Denyse Lage Fonseca
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