Portuguese activity, focused on eighth grade students, addresses verb phrases. Let's analyze them in the text When does sound become noise? To do so, answer the proposed questions!
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Before we talk about noise, we need to understand what sound is. Sound is nothing more than a vibration, in the form of a wave, which can occur in various media (for example, air and water), being captured by our ear and carried to the brain. When this vibration is interpreted by a living being, we finally have sound. The denser the medium, the faster the sound will propagate. Noise, in general, is associated with noise pollution, noise or unpleasant sound.
In our daily lives, we are subjected to the most diverse sound stimuli. They are sounds from road traffic, cell phones, kitchen utensils, construction equipment, a concert. music, sounds of nature… What will define if we are at safe levels of hearing is the intensity of these noises environmental.
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Question 1 - Underline the following verb phrase:
“When this vibration is interpreted by a living being, we finally have sound.”
Question 2 – The underlined verb phrase above is in the voice:
( ) active.
( ) passive.
( ) reflective.
Question 3 – Watch:
“Noise, in general, is associated with noise pollution, noise […]”
Cite a verb phrase with the same meaning as the one used in this segment of the text:
Question 4 – In “In our daily life, we are subjected to the most diverse sound stimuli.”, the subject of the verbal locution is hidden. Identify it:
Question 5 - The verbal locution, in the passage “What will define whether we are at safe levels of hearing is the intensity of these environmental noises.”, is equivalent to the verb:
By Denyse Lage Fonseca
Graduated in Letters and specialist in distance education.