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Q72723

The author’s intention in this text is to

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Q72716

In paragraph 9 (lines 50-54), Alexis Madrigal shows concern for the

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Q72717

In the fragment “nothing will work to replace oil, but everything might.” (lines 66-67) the verbs ‘will’ and ‘might’, respectively, convey the idea of

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Q72720

In the fragments “…people came up with all kinds of ideas for what to do with oil’s energy…” (lines 35-36) and “The amount of energy we get back from drilling oil wells…” (lines 45-46), the phrases “came up with” and “get back”, can be replaced without change in meaning by, respectively,

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Q72718

The expression in bold type introduces a consequence in

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Q72719

The pair of words that express opposing ideas is

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Q72721

According to Brian Black in paragraphs 3 (lines 12-19) and 13 (lines 70-72), energy transitions should be

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Q72714

The title of this text is a reference to all of the facts below EXCEPT for

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Q72715

The fragment “…energy sources can change, never tomorrow, but always some day.” (lines 68-69) implies that

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Q72722

Alexis Madrigal comments that oil was

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GABARITO:

  • 1) E
  • 2) D
  • 3) E
  • 4) B
  • 5) B
  • 6) C
  • 7) C
  • 8) A
  • 9) A
  • 10) A
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