Portuguese activity, focused on ninth grade students, explores verbal voices. Active voice, passive voice and reflective voice! Let's look at these verbal voices about the International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer? For this, answer the proposed questions!
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Chlorofluorocarbon gas – CFC – is considered the most responsible for the destruction of the ozone layer in the stratosphere. To prevent the problem from getting worse, on September 16, 1987, 46 countries signed the Montreal Protocol, in which they pledged to reduce CFC manufacturing until it closed totally. Thus, the date was chosen by the United Nations – UN – to celebrate the International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer.
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Question 1 – Watch:
“To prevent the problem from getting worse […]”
The verb "aggravate" was used:
( ) in active voice.
( ) in the passive voice.
( ) in the reflective voice.
Question 2 – In the excerpt “[…] 46 countries signed the Montreal Protocol […]”, the verb is in the active voice to indicate that the subject is:
( ) agent.
( ) patient.
( ) agent and patient.
Question 3 – In the excerpt above, the verb in the active voice refers to:
( ) to the 1st person plural.
( ) to the 2nd person plural.
( ) to the 3rd person plural.
Question 4 – Highlight the verb in the passive voice in this segment of the text:
“Thus, the date was chosen by the United Nations – UN […]”
Question 5 - The complement of a verb in the passive voice is called the passive agent. Identify the liability agent in the segment present in the previous question:
By Denyse Lage Fonseca
Graduated in Languages and specialist in distance education.