Select the alternative that could replace the word where (l. 17) without significant change in the literal meaning of the text.
The word lag (l. 19) can be substituted without changing the literal meaning by
According to the text,
The expression a hundredfold (l. 05) can be replaced without changing the literal meaning of the text by
Select the alternative that adequately fills in the blanks in lines 09, 10 and 19.
In the text, which of the verb forms below DOES NOT have the same function as increased (l. 34)?
Select the alternative that adequately fills in the blanks in lines 03, 04 and 06.
Which alternative presents a word or expression that can replace the word whether (l. 40) without changing the literal meaning of the sentence?
Select the alternative with the word that means the OPPOSITE of unwarranted (l. 12).
Consider the statements below in relation to the text.
I - There seems to be an unsolved contradiction between heavy investments on IT and the expected results.
II - There are still no accurate ways to measure the impact of IT on productivity growth.
III - In the 90s, information technology finally helped to raise the productivity growth rates.
Which ones are correct?
Select the alternative which has a word and its synonym, as used in the text.
The word however (l. 37) is formed by the same word building process as