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    Língua Inglesa – Questão 01 – Enem 2017

    A autora desse comentário sobre o filme Frida mostra-se impressionada com o fato de a pintora A. ter uma aparência exótica. B. vender bem a sua imagem. C. ter grande poder de sedução. D. assumir sua beleza singular. E. recriar-se por meio da pintura.

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    British Slang: Any road

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    Lista de animais em inglês

    Animal / Tradução Abelha / Bee Águia / Eagle Baleia / Whale

    Good morning, good evening and good night

    Aprenda a diferença entre as expressões: Good morning, good evening and good night

    Lista de cores em inglês

    Amarelo / Yellow Azul / Blue Branco / White Cinza / Gray Laranja / Orange Magenta / Magenta Marrom / Brown

    Dica: Past Perfect x Simple Past

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