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    LÍNGUA INGLESA - BANCO DO BRASIL Professor: RENATO BAGGIO

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    Apresentação

    • O professor Renato Baggio tem 39 anos é formado em Publicidade e Propaganda e tem sua formação como professor de Inglês pela International House de Londres, Inglaterra. Estudou letras Português- Inglês pelo COC-SP e também fez cursos de aperfeiçoamento na Eurocentres em Londres. Leciona há 21 anos com experiência de 10 anos em concursos pré-vestibulares.

    • Olá estimados alunos! Sejam bem vindos às aulas de Inglês! Nelas procurarei trazer uma abordagem diferente durante nossas aulas para que consigamos obter máximo rendimento nesse curto espaço de tempo! Conto com a dedicação de vocês bem como com um feedback durante nossas aulas para que possamos atender as suas necessidades da maneira mais personalizada possível! Um ótimo curso a todos e bons estudos!

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    Inglês

    Pronouns 1.1. Personal Pronouns Há dois tipos de pronomes pessoais: os Subjective Pronouns e os Objective Pronouns. Os Subjective Pronouns funcionam como sujeito da frase, ou seja, aquele que faz a ação do verbo. Por este motivo, são usados antes do verbo. Já os Objective Pronouns funcionam como o objeto da frase, ou seja, aqueles que sofrem a ação do verbo. Logo, são usados depois do verbo. SUBJECTIVE PRONOUNS OBJECTIVE PRONOUNS

    I ME

    YOU YOU

    HE HIM

    SHE HER

    IT IT

    WE US

    YOU YOU

    THEY THEM

    Usados Antes do Verbo Usados Depois do Verbo Ex.: I want to talk to her about the problem. Ex.: John and Meg study with Bob. (He) (her) Ex.: Jane is worried about Susan. (She) (her) 1.2. Possessive Pronouns Há dois tipos de pronomes possessivos: Os Possessive Adjectives e os Possessive Pronouns. Os Possessive Adjectives são seguidos de um substantivo. Já os Possessive Pronouns não podem ser seguidos de um substantivo. Eles são usados depois do substantivo ao qual se referem, para evitar redundância.

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    POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS

    MY MINE

    YOUR YOURS

    HIS HIS

    HER HERS

    ITS ITS

    OUR OURS

    YOUR YOURS

    THEIR THEIRS

    Antes do Substantivo Depois do Substantivo Ex.: I have my friends and you have your friends. I have my friends and you have yours. Ex.: These are my books. Where are your books? These are my books. Where are yours? Exercise Michael Joseph Jackson (August 29, 1958 – June 25, 2009) was an American singer-songwriter, actor, dancer, businessman, and philanthropist. Called the king of Pop, his contributions to music, dance, and fashion, along with his publicized personal life, made him a global figure in popular culture for over four decades. From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_jackson (acesso em 04/07/2014) 1. The words his and him refer to Michael Jackson. ( ) certo ( ) errado 1.3. Reflexive Pronouns Os pronomes reflexivos concordam com os pronomes pessoais (sujeitos das frases). Eles podem se referir ao sujeito ou ao objeto da frase. Os pronomes reflexivos possuem 3 usos:

    a) Uso reflexivo b) Uso enfático c) Uso idiomático

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    SUBJECTIVE PRONOUNS  REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS 

    I  MYSELF 

    YOU  YOURSELF 

    HE  HIMSELF 

    SHE  HERSELF 

    IT  ITSELF 

    WE  OURSELVES 

    YOU  YOURSELVES 

    THEY  THEMSELVES 

    a) Uso reflexivo – para indicar que a ação reflete-se no próprio causador: Ex.: The man cut himself. b) Uso enfático – para dar ênfase (destaque) a uma pessoa ou objeto: I myself fixed the computer. Jane herself cleaned the house. c) Uso idiomático – é freqüentemente usado com a preposição “by” para substituir a palavra “ALONE” (=só; sozinho): I finished the report alone. = I finished the report by myself. CESGRANRIO - Concurso Petrobras - 2012 Text I A Day in the Life of the Women of O&G by Jaime Kammerzell From Rigzone Contributor. Tuesday, February 14, 2012 Although far fewer women work in the oil and gas (O&G) industry compared to men, many women find rewarding careers in the industry. Five women were asked the same questions regarding their career choices in the oil and gas industry. Question 1: Why did you choose the oil and gas industry? Woman 1: Cool technology, applying science and money. Woman 2: It seemed interesting and the pay was good. Woman 3: They offered me a job! I couldn’t turn down the great starting salary and a chance to live in New Orleans. Woman 4: I did not really choose the oil and gas

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    industry as much as it chose me. Woman 5: I chose the oil and gas industry because of the challenging projects, and I want to be part of our country’s energy solution. Question 2: How did you get your start in the oil and gas industry? Woman 1: I went to a university that all major oil companies recruit. I received a summer internship with Texaco before my last year of my Master’s degree. Woman 2: I was recruited at a Texas Tech Engineering Job Fair. Woman 3: At the time, campus recruiters came to the geosciences department of my university annually and they sponsored scholarships for graduate students to help complete their research. Even though my Master’s thesis was more geared toward environmental studies, as a recipient of one of these scholarships, my graduate advisor strongly encouraged me to participate when the time came for O&G Industry interviews. Woman 4: I was working for a company in another state where oil and gas was not its primary business. When the company sold its division in the state where I was working, they offered me a position at the company’s headquarters in Houston managing the aftermarket sales for the company’s largest region. Aftermarket sales supported the on-highway, construction, industrial, agricultural and the oil and gas markets. After one year, the company asked me to take the position of managing their marine and offshore power products division. I held that position for three years. I left that company to join a new startup company where I hold the position of president. Woman 5: My first job in the oil and gas industry was an internship with Mobil Oil Corp., in New Orleans. I worked with a lot of smart, focused and talented geoscientists and engineers. Question 3: Describe your typical day. Woman 1: Tough one to describe a typical day. I generally read email, go to a couple of meetings and work with the field’s earth model or look at seismic. Woman 2: I talk with clients, help prepare bids and work on getting projects out the door. My days are never the same, which is what I love about the job I have. Woman 3: I usually work from 7:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. (although the official day is shorter). We call the field every morning for an update on operations, security, construction, facilities and production engineering activities. I work with my team leads on short-term

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