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5 Matching questions

  1. doldrums
  2. pidgin English
  3. lagoons
  4. boomerang
  5. grazier
  1. a shallow pool of water at the center of an atoll
  2. b a narrow band near the Equator where opposing ocean currents meet
  3. c a flat, curved piece of wood;
    it is shaped in such a way that it returns to the thrower after it is flung
  4. d person who raises sheep or cattle
  5. e a combination of English and another language. African Americans developed a pidgin English, compounded of English, and their native African tongues (p.69)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a group of families who trace their roots to the same ancestor
  2. single-celled organisms. found in salt and fresh water. producers. make up a large percent of phytoplankton. cell walls contain cellulose and silica (frigid and glasslike). used in silver polish, toothpaste, filter and insulation
  3. Australian-English language.
    significant: created by modern Austrailians
  4. include the hunting dogs called dingoes brought from ASIA BY migrating ABORIGreNS
  5. growing only enough for their own needs and a strong relationship to the land

5 True/False questions

  1. manukaDefinition:a small shrub
    Significance: covers areas where prehistoric volcanic eruptions destroyed ancient forests

          

  2. horticultureAustralian-English language.
    significant: created by modern Austrailians

          

  3. dominiongiant ranches

          

  4. food weba narrow band near the Equator where opposing ocean currents meet

          

  5. trust territorygiant ranches

          

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