Portuguese activity, focused on students in the eighth grade of elementary school, about the simple period. When does a period qualify this way? When you only have one prayer! How about analyzing the simple periods in the text Why do certain butterflies take long trips? So, answer the questions proposed below!
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Mainly because, like us, they like a change of air, and because their favorite food doesn't grow much in the cold. The monarch butterfly, for example, flees the Canadian winter and takes refuge in California or sunny Mexico.
They fly over 3,000 kilometers in less than four weeks. let there be breath
Monarchs travel in large groups. Arriving at warmer places, thousands of them gather in the branches of trees.
When it's time to return home, the adult butterfly flies part of the way and then lands to lay eggs. As parents die, it is the young monarchs who end the long journey.
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Question 1 - Point the simple period:
( ) “Why do certain butterflies take long trips?”
( ) "Arriving in warmer places, thousands of them gather in the branches of trees."
( ) "As parents die, it is the young monarchs who end the long journey."
Question 2 - The period, mentioned in the previous question, is simple because:
( ) has a sentence.
( ) has a subject.
( ) has a prayer.
Question 3 - Underline, in the simple period below, the expression that was used to indicate a circumstance of time:
"They fly over 3,000 kilometers in less than four weeks."
Question 4 – The simple period “Let there be breath” was transcribed without the punctuation mark. Identify the alternative in which the period is correctly written:
( ) "Let there be breath."
( ) “Let there be breath!”
( ) "Is there a breath?"
Question 5 - In the simple period “Monarchs travel in large groups.”, the verb expresses:
( ) an action of the subject.
( ) a state of the subject.
( ) a characteristic of the subject.
Per Denyse Lage Fonseca – Graduated in Languages and specialist in distance education.
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