1 - Questão 19124. Inglês - Nível Superior - Engenheiro - IME - EB - 2011 When I qualified as a military engineer, the wise old colonel who gave me my insignias said: “When you get to the front line, you will feel fear, but remember this: never fear the enemy, never fear the danger, only fear letting down those who have gone before you.”Which of the following comments could follow the previous scene? a) And that is what leaders call loneliness: its first aspect is that it is something that one really feels in times of crisis, when the sky is falling in around you and you are the only one who can make a decision as long as you are the first in command. b) And that is what leaders call humor: it is one of the things that I set great store by. A little bit of humor at a time of crisis often just lifts the mood and gets you focused on something else. c) And that is what leaders call heritage: the sense of not just doing a job in the here and now, you belonging to something that’s got a fantastic foundation, and you feel responsible for its future. d) And that is what leaders call adaptability: it takes very different qualities to command a platoon at war, which is a tactical activity, and run a major change program in a large organization, which has to do with a more strategic leadership. e) And that is what leaders call delegation: delegators have a huge responsibility in terms of judging the capability and competence of the people that they are giving the jobs to Comentar questão (0) Questão com erro? 2 - Questão 19125. Inglês - Nível Superior - Engenheiro - IME - EB - 2011 Mars was warm enough to sustain lakes three billion years ago during the Hesperian Epoch, a period that was previously thought to be too cold and arid to sustain water on the surface, suggested a research published this January in the journal Geology. Dr Nicholas Warner, from the Department of Earth Science Engineering, said: “Most of the research on Mars has focused on its early history and the recent past. Scientists had largely overlooked the Hesperian Epoch as it was thought that Mars was then a frozen wasteland. Excitingly, our study now shows that this middle period in Mars’ history was much more dynamic than we previously imagined.”Which of the following alternatives is WRONG, according to the passage? a) The passage alludes to three different intervals of time in Mars’ history. b) During the Hesperian Epoch, Mars was too cold and arid, clearing the possibility of lakes existence. c) Scientists in general used to neglect Mars’ Hesperian Epoch d) Mars has not always been a frozen wasteland. e) The Hesperian Epoch dates to three billion years ago. Comentar questão (0) Questão com erro? 3 - Questão 19126. Inglês - Nível Superior - Engenheiro - IME - EB - 2011 The meaning of overlook in the passage is: a) look at carefully b) rise above c) afford a view of from above d) look at from above e) fail to notice Comentar questão (0) Questão com erro? Para corrigir este simulado é preciso Entrar ou Cadastrar-se. É simples e rápido!