Portuguese activity, aimed at students in the eighth year of elementary school, explores verbs in indicative mode. What do these verbs express in the communicative context? Let's learn? To do this, answer the proposed questions!
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Cars and motorcycles speeding up, buses braking, trucks shaking, sirens blaring... After all this noise, you arrive his house, he locks the door and, when he's about to sigh with relief, he hears the ramming from the building on the other side of the road. Run, close the window and… It's your neighbor's turn to turn the sound to full volume! The solution is to look for the room in the house where the noise is less intense. That left the kitchen. But your sister decided to make a smoothie and turn on the blender… Oh, dear! Is there anyone in the world worried about all this noise pollution?!
“Ciência Hoje das Crianças” magazine.
Edition 273. Available in:
Question 1 - Highlight the verbs in the segment below:
“After all this noise, you arrive at your house, lock the door […]”
Question 2 - The previously highlighted verbs are in indicative mode, as they express:
( ) certainties.
( ) assumptions.
( ) guidelines.
Question 3 - In the excerpt “[…] listen the pile driver that comes from the building on the other side of the street.”, the subject of the verb in the highlighted indicative mode is:
( ) hidden.
( ) nonexistent.
( ) undetermined.
Question 4 - Watch:
"The solution is to look for the room in the house where the noise is less intense."
In this passage, there is a verb “to be” inflected in the indicative way. Locate it:
Question 5 - The verb in the indicative mode "Exists", used at the end of the text, refers to:
( ) to the 1st person.
( ) to the 2nd person singular.
( ) to the 3rd person singular.
By Denyse Lage Fonseca
Graduated in Languages and specialist in distance education.