domingo, 5 de junho de 2011

INTERPRETAÇÃO DE TEXTO

Escola Municipal Armando Gomes da Fonseca
Diretora Lori Sikorra dos Santos
Coordenadoras: Aline, Liana, Marcelina, Mauricélia, Rosa Helena.
Professora Vânia Márcia Foscheira


Atividade Avaliativa de Inglês 9º Ano Matutino

Interpretação do texto:


(Sherlock Holmes, uma figura de ficção criada pelo escritor Sir Arthur Conan Doyle)

Elementary, my dear Doyle!

The famous detective Sherlock Holmes never existed, except in the stories created by the British writer Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930). But Holmes used to be a popular at the beginning of the century that many peoples sent letters, telegrams, and even presents to 221B Baker Street, London. That was Holmes’s fictitious address. Peoples from all over the world used to go there, and they would try to see Holmes or ask for his autograph. Sherlock Holmes was more than a story character; he was a myth. “Elementary, my dear Watson”, the phrase Holmes would say to his colleague Dr. Watson after he had solved another complicated case, is a common expression still in use today.
There is a (true) story about Holmes’s creator, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The writer used to go to France every year, to visit some friends there. He would always go to Nice first and from there he would take a train to Paris he took a taxi to his hotel. When he arrived at the hotel he got out of the taxi and paid the driver.
“Thank you very much, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle,” said the taxi driver smiling, as he put down Doyle’s bags near the hotel door.
“How did you discovery my name?”, asked the writer in great surprise.
“Simple, sir. I read in the newspaper that you would be in Nice this morning. The train on which you arrived came from Nice. Your clothes, and especially your hat, told me that you are English. I put all this together and I knew immediately that you were Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.”
“That’s wonderful!”, said the writer. “with only those facts you were able to recognize me!”
“Naturally,” said the taxi driver. “Your name is on both of your bags. That also helped!”


Vocabulary

(To be – era) (never-nunca) except-exceto) (but- mas (century: século) (to send- sent – enviar- mandar) – (letter: carta) (even- até mesmo)
(fictitious address- endereço fictício) – (to try- tentar) (to ask for-pedir) –(chacacter:personagem) (mith-mito)
(phrase-expressão) (to solve-solucionar) (still in use:ainda emu so) (trip; viagem) (to take; took- tomar, pegar)
(To pay-paid- pagar-pagou) (to smile-sorrir) (as he put down: ao colocar no chão) (in great surprise-muito surpreso)
((to come, vir, chegar) (clothes –roupas) (hat-chapéu) (to tell –told- dizer, disse) (able-capaz) (both-ambos)


1- True or False

9- Conan Doyle was wearing clothes that were typically French ( )
10- The taxi driver had read the writer’s name on his documents ( )

2-Find the lines that refer to following facts: ( Localize as linhas do texto que se referem a fatos a seguir):


a- O lugar onde Sherlock Holmes supostamente morava ____________________________________________________________________________________

b- O que levou o motorista de táxi a deduzir que o seu passageiro era Inglês


c- O que levou o motorista de táxi a deduzir que o seu passageiro era inglês


d- A época de máxima popularidade de Sherlock Holmes _______________________________________________

e- O que Holmes dizia após mais um sucesso como detetive


3- Write ( T) or ( F ):

Sherlock Holmes era muito popular no século XX ( )
2 - As pessoas costumavam escrever para o endereço de Holmes em Londres ( )
3 - As pessoas costumavam experimentar e ver Holmes, mas eles não fazem mais isso ( )
4 - "Elementar, meu caro Watson" não é mais usado. ( )
5 - Dr. Watson utilizado para alguns casos complicados ( )
6 - Conan Doyle tinha alguns amigos que vivem na França ( )
7 - O escritor aproveitou para ir a Paris e depois para Nice. ( )
8 - O escritor ficou espantado ao ver que o motorista tinha reconhecido ele. ( )
9 - Conan Doyle estava usando roupas que eram tipicamente francês ( )
10 - O motorista do táxi tinha lido o nome do escritor em seus documentos ( )


3- Retire do texto 10 palavras do texto que você saberia traduzir sem o uso do dicionário: _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________.






















6 comentários:

  1. Olá, professora muito bom esse exercício, só faltar as respostas, dar par colocar por favor! ficarei muito agradecido se a senhora fizer isso

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  2. Adorei esta atividade : Nota 10; agora, ficarem pedindo respostas é realmente ...sem comentários ...

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  3. respostas das atividades de interpretação de texto de lingua inglesa-Cartons

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