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8 terms
how much are they?
jeans
shoes
trousers
sandals
jeans
shoes
20 terms
How are they irregular?
almorzar
encontrar
dormir
poder
o-ue
o-ue
o-ue
o-ue
almorzar
o-ue
encontrar
o-ue
8 terms
How are they extracted
Potassium
Sodium
Calcium
Magnesium
Electrolysis
Electrolysis
Electrolysis
Electrolysis
Potassium
Electrolysis
Sodium
Electrolysis
13 terms
How they are
Como estas
estoy bien gracias
estupendo
Excelente
How are you
Im pretty well, thanks
Marvelous
Excellent
Como estas
How are you
estoy bien gracias
Im pretty well, thanks
12 terms
How they are classified
Three ways they are classified...
Polysaccharides are
Monosaccharides
Monosaccharides contain how many Carbo…
Monosaccharides ... Disaccharides ... Oligosaccharides
Structural supports that serve as storage depot for monosacch…
Are the simplest carbohydrates (simple sugar)
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Three ways they are classified...
Monosaccharides ... Disaccharides ... Oligosaccharides
Polysaccharides are
Structural supports that serve as storage depot for monosacch…
42 terms
How are they?
actif/active
antipathique
courageux/courageuse
cruel(le)
active
unpleasant
brave
cruel
actif/active
active
antipathique
unpleasant
12 terms
How are they linked
What is the metodilgy linked to freuds…
How is methodology linked to Hobson +…
What where the issues for dreads theory?
What were the issues for activation sy…
Case studies ... Little hans ... Dream analysis ... Free association…
Neurotransmitter ... Animal experiments ... Brain scanning ... EEG tes…
Objectivity = subjective ... Needs interpreting ... Lacks credibili…
Objectivity = uses scientific measures ... Nature/nurture
What is the metodilgy linked to freuds…
Case studies ... Little hans ... Dream analysis ... Free association…
How is methodology linked to Hobson +…
Neurotransmitter ... Animal experiments ... Brain scanning ... EEG tes…
8 terms
How Are They? - Korean
___ 잘 있어?
응, ___ 잘 있어.
___하고 ___ 잘있어?
응, ___ 하고 ___ 잘 있어.
How's ___?
Yeah, ___ is fine.
How are ___ and ___?
Yeah, ___ and ___ are fine.
___ 잘 있어?
How's ___?
응, ___ 잘 있어.
Yeah, ___ is fine.
8 terms
Assessment - mood- how are they?
A mon avis
il est
elle est
content
in my opinion
he is
she is
happy
A mon avis
in my opinion
il est
he is
8 terms
Twins: How alike are they?
identical twins
can't tell them apart
similarities
coincidence
תאומים זהים
לא יודעים.ות להבדיל ביניהם.ן
דברים דומים
צירוף מקרים
identical twins
תאומים זהים
can't tell them apart
לא יודעים.ות להבדיל ביניהם.ן
11 terms
come sono? How are they?
preoccupata
stanca
è forte
il proprietario/ la proprietaria
worried
tired
He is strong
the owner
preoccupata
worried
stanca
tired
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Consonants: how are they similar? how are they different?
/p/ /b/
/f/ /v/
/m/ /n/
/k/ /g/
Both are bilabial stop. /p/ is voiceless and /b/ is voiced
Both are bilabial fricative. /f/ is voiceless and /v/ is voiced
Both are (voiced) nasal. /m/ is bilabial and /n/ is alveolar.
Both are velar stop. /k/ is voiceless and /g/ is voiced
/p/ /b/
Both are bilabial stop. /p/ is voiceless and /b/ is voiced
/f/ /v/
Both are bilabial fricative. /f/ is voiceless and /v/ is voiced
21 terms
siblings (how old they are)
sein
ich bin
du bist
er ist
to be
I am
you are (informal)
he is
sein
to be
ich bin
I am
13 terms
Tenses and how they are made.
Present Simple
Present Continuous
Present Perfect (Simple)
Present Perfect Continuous
I / we / you / they = infinitive... he / she / it = infinitive +…
"be" + -ing form
have/has + pst participle
have/has + been + -ing form
Present Simple
I / we / you / they = infinitive... he / she / it = infinitive +…
Present Continuous
"be" + -ing form
21 terms
Cells and how they are organized
3.5 billion years ago
750 million years ago
How do we know that life began BEFORE…
Stanley miller experiment
Life began
oldest fossils found
Rust formation in the rocks shows that oxidation is occurring
Proved that organic compounds could come from inorganic compo…
3.5 billion years ago
Life began
750 million years ago
oldest fossils found
9 terms
Asking people how they are
comment ça va?
ça va?
ça va très bien, merci
ça va
how's it going?
how are you?
very well, thank you
I'm fine
comment ça va?
how's it going?
ça va?
how are you?
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5. How old are they?
Quel âge a ton père?
Quel âge a ta mère?
Quel âge ont tes parents?
Il a 40 ans
How old is your father?
How old is your mother?
How old are your parents?
He is 40 years old.
Quel âge a ton père?
How old is your father?
Quel âge a ta mère?
How old is your mother?
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Hormones and How they are Regulated
Human growth hormone (hGH)
Thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH)
Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH)
Luteinizing hormone (LH)
Blood glucose; Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone (GHRH) and Gr…
Thyrotropin Releasing Hormone (TRH - stimulated by low T3 and…
Gonadotropin Releasing Hormone (GnRH)
Gonadotropin Releasing Hormone (GnRH)
Human growth hormone (hGH)
Blood glucose; Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone (GHRH) and Gr…
Thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH)
Thyrotropin Releasing Hormone (TRH - stimulated by low T3 and…
10 terms
Asking people how they are
Tu, informal... Comment vas-tu* aujourd'…
Vous, formal... Comment allez-vous?
Je vais (tres) bien, merci.
Très bien, merci.
Asking people how they are* today... How's it going?
...
I'm fine/doing (very) well, thanks
Very well, thanks.
Tu, informal... Comment vas-tu* aujourd'…
Asking people how they are* today... How's it going?
Vous, formal... Comment allez-vous?
...
34 terms
describing how they are feeling
heureux/heureuse
ce bébé est heureux
triste/triste
il est triste
happy
this baby is happy
sad
he is sad
heureux/heureuse
happy
ce bébé est heureux
this baby is happy
10 terms
Megacities and how they are organised
Megacities domination
World's biggest Megacities
Biggest problems facing Megacities today
How cities are organised
Today more than 50 out of 100 people live in cities. Megaciti…
Cairo... Moscow... Jakarta... Mexico
Traffic congestion, polluted air and no fresh water supply is…
Geographers identify patterns in the way areas and features o…
Megacities domination
Today more than 50 out of 100 people live in cities. Megaciti…
World's biggest Megacities
Cairo... Moscow... Jakarta... Mexico
8 terms
Asking Someone How They Are
(formal) Comment allez-vous?
(informal) Comment vas-tu?
J'ai faim
J'ai soif
How are you?
How are you?
I'm hungry
I'm thirsty
(formal) Comment allez-vous?
How are you?
(informal) Comment vas-tu?
How are you?
14 terms
Asking Others How They Are
Bene, grazie, e Lei?
Bene, grazie, e tu?
Come sta (Lei)?
Come stai (tu)?
Fine, thank you, and you? (formal)
Fine, thank you, and you? (informal)
How are you? (formal)
How are you? (informal)
Bene, grazie, e Lei?
Fine, thank you, and you? (formal)
Bene, grazie, e tu?
Fine, thank you, and you? (informal)
12 terms
how they are different (biology)
autotroph
hetertroph
food web
Food chain
Self feeders (light)
Depends on other organisms for their food (no light)
More complicated and realistic than a food chain
model showing the movement of energy through an ecosystem
autotroph
Self feeders (light)
hetertroph
Depends on other organisms for their food (no light)
9 terms
Asking people how they are
comment ça va?
ça va?
ça va très bien, merci
ça va
how's it going?
how are you?
very well, thank you
I'm fine
comment ça va?
how's it going?
ça va?
how are you?
13 terms
Asking someone how they are
apa kabar?
dan Anda
dan kamu
baik
how are you?
and you?
and you? (informal)
good
apa kabar?
how are you?
dan Anda
and you?
13 terms
infections and how they are spread
Pathogens
infectious disease
direct contact
indirect contact
disease producing agents such as Viruses, bacteria, fungi, an…
Any disease caused by the presence of pathogens in the body
Person to Person: Touching-Sexual contact
Carried through the air (sneezing, coughing), the pathogens t…
Pathogens
disease producing agents such as Viruses, bacteria, fungi, an…
infectious disease
Any disease caused by the presence of pathogens in the body
18 terms
Adverbs 2: How are they doing that?
loudly
quietly.
slowly.
well.
How is he shouting?
How is she talking?
How is it walking?
How is he doing at school?
loudly
How is he shouting?
quietly.
How is she talking?
12 terms
Asking someone how they are
Apa kacbar ?
Dan Anda ?
Baik
Baki sekali
How are you?
And you
Good
Very good
Apa kacbar ?
How are you?
Dan Anda ?
And you
18 terms
Adverbs 1: How are they doing that?
He is shouting loudly
She is talking quietly.
It is walking slowly.
He is doing well.
How is he shouting?
How is she talking?
How is it walking?
How is he doing at school?
He is shouting loudly
How is he shouting?
She is talking quietly.
How is she talking?
12 terms
Shapes and how they are determined
In llgrams diagonals __________ each o…
In llgrams consecutive angles are ____…
________ have 1 pair of parallel sides…
The pair of non parallel sides on a tr…
bisect
supp
trapezoids
legs
In llgrams diagonals __________ each o…
bisect
In llgrams consecutive angles are ____…
supp
HOW ARE PEOPLE LIKE? what are they they look like?
curly
sociable
Talkative
Generous
кудрявый
общительный
Разговорчивый
Щедрый
curly
кудрявый
sociable
общительный
13 terms
Asking someone how they are
¿Cómo estás?
Estoy (bastante) bien, gracias
Estupendo/a
Excelente
How are you?
I'm (pretty) good, thanks
Great/marvelous
Great/excellent
¿Cómo estás?
How are you?
Estoy (bastante) bien, gracias
I'm (pretty) good, thanks
14 terms
Ask someone how they are
¿Cómo está Ud? (Formal)
¿Cómo estás?
¿Qué pasa?
¿Qué tal?
How are you
How are you
What's happening
How are you
¿Cómo está Ud? (Formal)
How are you
¿Cómo estás?
How are you
9 terms
asking people how they are
ça va?
comment vas-tu?
comment allez-vous
ça va
it goes? (INFORMAL)
how go you? (INFORMAL)
how are you (FORMAL)
it goes (ok)
ça va?
it goes? (INFORMAL)
comment vas-tu?
how go you? (INFORMAL)
6 terms
Clauses and how they are used
Adjective Clause
Antecedent
Relative Pronoun
When is the subjunctive used?
A clause that works as an adjective, Includes antecedents and…
Word being described by the adjective clause, comes before th…
Introduces adjective clauses, refers to the antecedent
Adjective Cl: when the antecedent is indefinite or negative... N…
Adjective Clause
A clause that works as an adjective, Includes antecedents and…
Antecedent
Word being described by the adjective clause, comes before th…
43 terms
Ch3 Ecosystems: What are They and How Do They Work?
atmosphere
troposphere
stratosphere
hydrosphere
the envelope of gases surrounding any celestial body
the lowest layer of the atmosphere, in which temperature decr…
the layer of the atmosphere that is above the troposphere and…
the portion of earth that is water
atmosphere
the envelope of gases surrounding any celestial body
troposphere
the lowest layer of the atmosphere, in which temperature decr…
15 terms
What are commas and how are they used?
network
consolidate
rebate
pool
system of connected railroad lines
combine or unite many into one
discount on merchandise
group of companies that divide up business and decide on prices
network
system of connected railroad lines
consolidate
combine or unite many into one
23 terms
What are attitudes and how are they measured?
AMP
Attitude
Attitude accessibility
Attitude content
affect misattibution paradigm, an implicit measure assessing…
An overall evaluation of an object that is based on cognitive…
The ease of retrieval of attitude from a memory
the types of information that influence attitudes
AMP
affect misattibution paradigm, an implicit measure assessing…
Attitude
An overall evaluation of an object that is based on cognitive…
28 terms
phonetic (concepts) ( what they are and how formed)
interdental
Velar
Biabial
palatal
only tongue and teeth are used... /th/
point of articulation in velar region; k, ng
using both lips together, b,p,
place of articulation near palate ; sh
interdental
only tongue and teeth are used... /th/
Velar
point of articulation in velar region; k, ng
18 terms
Organelles and How Individually LIT They Are
Cell Membrane
Cell Wall
Cytoplasm
Vacuole
Plant/Animal. Support, protection, controls movements of mate…
Plant. Support, protection, allows H2O, CO2 to diffuse out of…
Plant/Animal. Filler
Plant/Animal. Stores food, nutrients, and water.
Cell Membrane
Plant/Animal. Support, protection, controls movements of mate…
Cell Wall
Plant. Support, protection, allows H2O, CO2 to diffuse out of…
14 terms
Basic Sentence Particles: How they are used
people/pets と
transportationで
timeに
indicates topic of sentence
with
by means of
at (~ o'clock)
indicates topic of sentence
people/pets と
with
Microarrays: what are they and how are they applied?
Prior to the human genome project, the…
Northern blotting is a technique devel…
Northern blotting consists of four pri…
The separated RNA target population is…
Small and the characterization of gene activity was typically…
1970s, which enables researchers to characterize gene activit…
A complex mixture of RNA (targets) is placed on an agarose ge…
Transferred and immobilized on a nylon or nitrocellulose memb…
Prior to the human genome project, the…
Small and the characterization of gene activity was typically…
Northern blotting is a technique devel…
1970s, which enables researchers to characterize gene activit…
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Ch 3: Ecosystem- What Are They and How Do They Work
abiotic
aerobic respiration
anaerobic respiration
atmosphere
nonliving
complex process that occurs in the cells of most living organ…
form of cellular respiration in which some decomposers get th…
whole mass of air surrounding the earth
abiotic
nonliving
aerobic respiration
complex process that occurs in the cells of most living organ…
Ch. 3 Ecosystems: What Are They and How Do They Work?
atmosphere (air), hydrosphere (water),…
atmosphere
troposphere
nitrogen (78%)
What keep us and other organisms alive?
(air) a thin spherical envelope of gases surrounding the eart…
extends about 17 km above sea level at the tropics and about…
troposphere is consisted mostly of
atmosphere (air), hydrosphere (water),…
What keep us and other organisms alive?
atmosphere
(air) a thin spherical envelope of gases surrounding the eart…
5 terms
Manufactured boards and how they are made
Plywood
Blockboard
Chipboard
Hardboard
built up of odd... numbers of thin layers... (veneers) of hardwood…
built up... with numerous strips of... softwood sandwiched... between…
made up of... wood particles including... chips, shavings and sawdu…
made from... wood fibres obtained from... chips and pulped wood... was…
Plywood
built up of odd... numbers of thin layers... (veneers) of hardwood…
Blockboard
built up... with numerous strips of... softwood sandwiched... between…
65 terms
Chapter 3 - Ecosystems What are they and how do they work
Ecology
Eukaryotic
Prokaryotic
Population
The branch of biology that deals with the relations of organi…
A cell characterized by the presence of a nucleus and other m…
An organism whose cells do not have an enclosed nucleus, such…
A group of individuals that belong to the same species and li…
Ecology
The branch of biology that deals with the relations of organi…
Eukaryotic
A cell characterized by the presence of a nucleus and other m…
5 terms
The 5 Clusters in geography and how they are characterize
East Asia
South Asia:Political
Southeast Asia and the South Pacific:P…
North America
Countries: East China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan... 1/4 of world's po…
Countries: India, Pakistan, Bangladesh & Sri Lanka... India cont…
Countries: mostly islands between pacific & Indian oceans... Clu…
Country:America... 2% of world's population lives here ... Most peo…
East Asia
Countries: East China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan... 1/4 of world's po…
South Asia:Political
Countries: India, Pakistan, Bangladesh & Sri Lanka... India cont…
9 terms
JOINTS AND HOW MOVEABLE THEY ARE / SYNOVIAL JOINTS
IMMOVABLE / fibrous joints
SLIGHTLY MOVEABLE / cartilaginous joints
FREELY MOVEABLE / synovial joints ... (mo…
BALL AND SOCKET JOINT
-bone ends are fixed/fused together by fibrous tissue... -no mov…
-bone ends are separated by a disc or plate of tough, fibrous…
-bone ends are covered with cartilage at the joint cavity, co…
-the ball of one bone fits in the cup/socket of the other one…
IMMOVABLE / fibrous joints
-bone ends are fixed/fused together by fibrous tissue... -no mov…
SLIGHTLY MOVEABLE / cartilaginous joints
-bone ends are separated by a disc or plate of tough, fibrous…
10 terms
Speech Therapy - Language - How are they different?
How are hamburgers and hotdogs differe…
How are stairs and an escalator differ…
How are glasses and contact lenses dif…
How are a square and a triangle differ…
One is flat and round. The other is round and long
Because one is electrical and moves while the other is statio…
One sits on your nose and the other sits inside your eye
One has four sides and the other has three sides
How are hamburgers and hotdogs differe…
One is flat and round. The other is round and long
How are stairs and an escalator differ…
Because one is electrical and moves while the other is statio…
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