Portuguese activity, focused on students in the eighth year of elementary school, on compound subject. How about analyzing this type of subject in the text Jaguar? To do this, answer the proposed questions!
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The jaguar (panthera onca) is considered the queen of the Pantanal. The biggest cat in the Americas has the third strongest bite on the planet, second only to the tiger and lion. It can measure up to two meters and weigh 150 kilograms. The grandeur and beauty of this species make the encounter with it even more special.
Jaguars are mammals that are golden-yellow in color with black spots on the head, neck and legs. […]
The jaguar feeds on wild animals such as collared peccaries, deer and armadillos.
Currently, the feline is classified, according to the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN), as “Near Threatened”. Deforestation, expansion of agriculture and hunting are the main threats.
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Question 1 - Identify the compound subject clause:
( ) “The jaguar (panthera onca) is considered the queen of the Pantanal.”
( ) “It can measure up to two meters […]”
( ) “The grandeur and beauty of this species make the encounter with it even more special.”
Question 2 – In the sentence identified above, the subject is composed because it has more than one nucleus. Inform the cores of this subject:
Question 3 – In the sentence “The head, neck and paws of the jaguar have black spots.”, the verb expresses:
( ) an action of the compound subject.
( ) a state of the compound subject.
( ) a characteristic of the compound subject.
Question 4 – Underline the following compound subject:
“Deforestation, expansion of agriculture and hunting are the main threats.”
Question 5 – The nuclei of the compound subject, underlined above, are linked by:
( ) an article.
( ) a conjunction.
( ) a preposition.
By Denyse Lage Fonseca
Graduated in Letters and specialist in distance education.