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PROVAS DE INGLÊS DO CESPE - alguém tem alguma ?

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  • felina
    • 16/03/08
    • 128

    PROVAS DE INGLÊS DO CESPE - alguém tem alguma ?


    Alguém teria alguma prova de inglês do Cespe, estilo C/E ???

    Já procurei, mas não acho nenhuma pela net.

    Precisava dar uma olhada em alguma prova dessa banca, para saber como são suas questões... Pretendo fazer o concurso do MDIC e haverá prova de inglês !

    Desde já agradeço.
  • Clesia
    • 11/03/08
    • 162

    Re: PROVAS DE INGLÊS DO CESPE - alguém tem alguma ?

    Hi, Felina.

    A prova de Inglês do TCU para Analista(disponível no site para Analista de Controle externo - todas as áreas de 2007 - foi elaborada pelo CESPE.Copiei e colei para vc, logo abaixo.

    Abraços e boa prova!


    UnB/CESPE – TCU Caderno B
    Cargo: Analista de Controle Externo (Todas as áreas) – 7 –

    Text for items from 89 through 100.
    Law of public biddings
    1 According to the Brazilian Federal Constitution, article 37, item XXI: “With the exception of the cases specified in law,
    public works, services, purchases and disposals shall be contracted by public bidding proceedings that ensure equal conditions
    to all bidders, with clauses that establish payment obligations, maintaining the effective conditions of the bid, as the law provides,
    4 which shall only allow the requirements of technical and economic qualifications indispensable to guarantee the fulfilling of the
    obligations.” The regulatory law is Law Number 8666, 21
    June, 1993.
    The Law forbids preference to or differential treatment between Brazilian and foreign companies. However, when local
    7 and foreign competitors offer equivalent conditions in terms of price, quality and delivery time, the law ensures preference for:
    goods produced or supplied by a Brazilian firm of national capital; locally produced; and produced or supplied by Brazilian firms.
    The comments below are a very superficial highlight of some important topics of the law.
    10 • Article 1 mentions the entities subject to the law: all the three branches; all the three levels of government (Federal, State,
    and Municipal); all agencies and foundations; all public companies, including those with private participation (this means that
    big businesses like PETROBRAS, Banco do Brasil and others are subject to the law).
    13 • Article 3 mentions that the nationality of the bidders will be considered only as a tie-breaking criterion: otherwise,
    Brazilian and foreign companies compete equally. Also, article 3 states that all the bidding process is open to the public, except,
    of course, for the value of bidding while not disclosed.
    16 • Article 4: all bids are in national currency, except in the cases prescribed in article 42 (international purchases).
    • Article 24 states the situations where bidding is not mandatory. Some examples: purchases of small value (as defined
    by law); emergency situations which put people or premises in risk; when previous bidding processes had no bidders; to purchase
    19 or rent specific buildings; several others.
    • Article 25 states situations when a bidding process is not feasible. Examples: there is only one possible contractor for
    a given product or service (electricity supply, for example); a professional is so outstandingly better than all the others that a
    22 bidding competition would be meaningless.
    • Article 45 states that, besides the price bid, technical factors may also define the winner.
    Internet: <> (adapted).

    Based on the above text, judge the following items about biddings regulated by Law Number 8666, 21
    June, 1993.
     The Portuguese word for public biddings is alienações.

    In a public bidding, all conditions being the same, Brazilian companies have preference over foreign ones if there is a tie.
     Public companies are exempt from the bidding process.
     Only bidders are allowed in all of the bidding process.
     By no means shall any bids be expressed in foreign currency.
     Contracts to deal with emergency situations may be awarded without a bidding process.
     However low a price bid may be, it still may not be the winner if technical factors are not up to standards.
    In the text,
     “besides” (R.23) can be correctly replaced by in addition to.
     “shall” (R.2) can be correctly replaced by might.
     “those” (R.11) refers to “public companies” (R.11).
    “others” (R.12) stands for other big businesses.

    “premises” (R.18) means the building and land that a business or organization uses.


    • felina
      • 16/03/08
      • 128

      Re: PROVAS DE INGLÊS DO CESPE - alguém tem alguma ?

      Muito obrigada professora !