Even-numbered cycle 3.txt

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Even-numbered cycle 3.txt
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  1. A present participle...
    ...is a verb + "ing" used as an adjective or a verb.
  2. What are the principle parts of a verb?
    • Infinitive
    • Present
    • Past
    • Present participle
    • Past participle
  3. To do
    • Do, does
    • Did
    • Doing
    • Done
  4. To raise
    • Raise, raises
    • Raised
    • Raising
    • Raised
  5. To lie
    • Lie, lies
    • Lay
    • Lying
    • Lain
  6. To sit
    • Sit, sits
    • Sat
    • Sitting
    • Sat
  7. To break
    • Break, breaks
    • Broke
    • Breaking
    • Broken
  8. Latin conjunctions
    • Et- and
    • Ut- that
    • Sed- but
  9. Latin verbs (erat)
    • Erat- was
    • Est- is
    • Sunt- are
    • Venit- came
    • Prohiberet- bear
    • Crederent- believe
  10. Latin nouns (Verbum)
    • Verbum- word
    • Deus, Deum, Deo- God
    • Principio- beginning
    • Omnia/omnes- all
    • Nihil- nothing
  11. Latin nouns (testimonium)
    • Testimonium- witness
    • Lumine- light
    • Iohannes- John
    • Tenebris/tenebrae- darkness
  12. Latin rules: Articles
    Latin has no translation for aticles a, an, the.
  13. John 1:1a (In...)
    • In the beginning was the Word.
    • In principio erat Verbum.
  14. John 1:2 (This was...)
    • This was with God in the beginning.
    • Hoc erat apud Deum in principio.
  15. What are some parts of the axial skeleton?
    • Cranium
    • Vertebrae
    • Ribs
    • Sternum
  16. What are some parts of the nervous system?
    • Brain
    • Spinal cord
    • Nerves
  17. What are some part of the digestive system?
    • Mouth
    • Esophagus
    • Stomach
    • Liver
    • Small intestine
    • Large intestine
  18. What are some parts of the circulatory system?
    • Heart
    • Veins
    • Arteries
    • Capillaries
    • Red and white blood cells
    • Platelets
  19. What are some parts of the respiratory system?
    • Nose
    • Pharynx
    • Larynx
    • Trachea
    • Bronchi
    • Bronchioles
    • Alveoli
    • Lungs
  20. What are the major purposes of blood?
    • Transportation
    • Protection
    • Communication
    • Regulate
    • Temperature
  21. What is an element?
    An element is a basic chemical substance defined by its atomic number and atomic mass.
  22. Tell me about the Pilgrims.
    In 1620, the Pilgrims from Plymouth, England, signed the Mayflower Compact before landing in Plymouth, Massachusetts.
  23. Tell me about the Declaration of Independence.
    In 1776, the Continental Congress published the Declaration of Independence in Philadelphia announcing the colonists' intent to form a new nation.
  24. Tell me about the Louisiana Purchase.
    In 1803, the Purchase of Louisiana from France prompted westward exploration by pioneers such as Lewis and Clark and Congressman Davy Crockett.
  25. Tell me about Henry Clay.
    In 1820 Henry Clay worked out the Missouri Compromise allowing Missouri to enter the Union as a slave state and Maine as a free state.
  26. Tell me about Polk's doctrine.
    In 1853, after the Mexican War, Polk's belief in the Doctrine of Manifest Destiny was realized.
  27. Tell me about General Robert E. Lee.
    In 1865, General Robert E. Lee surrendered to General Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox Courthouse in Virginia.
  28. Tell me about tycoons like Vanderbilt.
    During the late 1800's, tycoons like Vanderbilt, Rockefeller, Carnegie, and Swift fueled the nation's Industrial Age by developing American resources.
  29. Skip count by 3's and 4's.
    • 3,6,9,12,15,18,21,24,27,30, 33,36
    • 4,8,12,16,20,24,28,32,36,40, 44,48
  30. Skip count by 7's and 8's.
    • 7,14,21,28,35,42,49,56,63,70,77,84
    • 8,16,24,32,40,48,56,64,72,80,88,96
  31. Skip count by 11's and 12's.
    • 11,22,33,44,55,66,77,88,99, 110,121,132,143
    • 12,24,36,48,60,72,84,96,108,120,132,144
  32. Skip count by 14's.
    14,28,42,56,70,84,98,112, 126,140,154,168,182,196
  33. Skip count the squares.
    1,4,9,16,25,36,49,64,81,100, 121, 144,169,196,225
  34. _____ meters = 1 kilometer
    1000
  35. Area of a square
    Length of its side squared
  36. Montana
    Idaho
    Washington
    Oregon
    Alaska
    • Helena
    • Boise
    • Olympia
    • Salem
    • Juneau
  37. Vermont
    New York
    New Jersey
    Pennsylvania
    Delaware
    • Montpelier
    • Albany
    • Trenton
    • Harrisburg
    • Dover
  38. Florida
    Mississippi
    Alabama
    Louisiana
    Georgia
    • Tallahassee
    • Jackson
    • Montgomery
    • Baton Rouge
    • Atlanta
  39. Wisconsin
    Iowa
    Illinois
    Missouri
    Arkansas
    • Madison
    • Des Moines
    • Springfield
    • Jefferson City
    • Little Rock
  40. Kansas
    Colorado
    Oklahoma
    New Mexico
    Texas
    • Topeka
    • Denver
    • Oklahoma City
    • Santa Fe
    • Austin
  41. Appalachian Mountains
    • Blue Ridge Mountains
    • Mt. Mitchell
    • Cumberland Mountains
    • Great Smoky Mountains
    • The Great Valley
  42. Northwest Mountains
    • Cascade Mountains
    • Mt. St. Helens
    • Mt. Ranier
    • Mt. McKinley
  43. Hydrogen
    H 1
  44. Helium
    He 4
  45. Lithium
    Li 7
  46. Beryllium
    Be 9
  47. Tell me about immigration to America.
    From 1820 to 1930, more than 37 million immigrants came to America seeking freedom and the opportunity to increase their personal wealth.
  48. To shake
    • Shake, shakes
    • Shook
    • Shaking
    • Shaken
  49. Bays
    • Chesapeake Bay
    • Hudson Bay
    • San Francisco Bay
    • Puget Sound
    • Pamlico Sound
  50. Area of a circle
    • Pi x radius squared
    • pi r square
  51. John 1:3b (And...)
    And without Him nothing was made that has been made.

    Et sine ipso factum est nihil quod factum est.
  52. Rivers (west)
    • Colorado River
    • Red River
    • Rio Grande River
    • Great Salt Lake
  53. The subject...
    is that part about which something is being said.
  54. John 1:5 (And the light)
    And the light shineth in the darkness.

    Et lux in tenebris lucet.
  55. Tell me about Pearl Harbor.
    On December 7, 1941, the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, causing the U.S. to join the Allies in WWII.
  56. Fluorine
    F 19
  57. Neon
    Ne 20
  58. Sodium
    Na 23
  59. Magnesium
    Mg 24
  60. There was...
    • There was a man sent from God.
    • Fuit homo missus a Deo.
  61. 1 inch = ____ centimeters
    1 inch = 2.54 centimeters
  62. Canals
    • Erie Canal
    • Pennsylvania Canal
    • Chesapeake & Ohio
    • Ohio & Erie
    • Miami & Erie
  63. A phrase is...
    A clause is...
    • A phrase is a group of words that does not contain both a subject and a verb and may be used as a single part of speech.
    • A clause is a group of words that does contain both a subject and a verb.
  64. Tell me about Brown vs. Board of Education.
    In 1954, in Brown vs. Board of Education, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the segregation of public schools by race is unconstitutional.
  65. What is the Theory of Evolution?
    This theory holds that life began as a chance combination of nonliving things.
  66. 1 foot = ____ inches
    I foot = 12 inches
  67. What is catastrophism?
    The belief that the earth's past geological changes were caused by sudden violent changes in the earth's surface.
  68. Commutative Law
    • For addition: a + b = b + a
    • For multiplication:
    • a x b = b x a
  69. John 1:7a (This man...)
    Hic venit in testimonium.

    This man came for a witness.
  70. Deserts
    • Mohave
    • Sonoran
    • Colorado
    • Painted
    • Great Salt Lake
  71. Tell me about September 11.
    On September 11, 2001, the World Trade Center in New York City wa destroyed by Muslim fundamentalists beginning America's War on Terrorism.
  72. A subordinate clause...
    A subordinate clause does not express a complete thought and cannot stand alone. Also known as a dependent clause.
  73. Types of Sentence Patterns
    • 1.Subject Verb
    • 2. Subject Verb Direct Object
    • 3. Subject Verb Predicate Nominative
    • 4.Subject Verb Predicate Adjective
    • 5. Subject Verb Indirect Object Direct Object
    • 6. Subject Verb Direct Object Object Complement Noun
    • 7. Subject Verb Direct Object Object Complement Adjective
  74. Bill of Rights
    • 1. Freedoms
    • 2. Own guns
    • 3. Quartering soldiers
    • 4. Warrants
    • 5. Cannot testify against self
    • 6. Right to a speedy trial
    • 7. Right to a jury
    • 8. Cruel, unusual punishment
    • 9. People's rights
    • 10. States' rights
  75. What is good science?
    The constant search for accurate information.
  76. Identity Law
    • a + 0 = a
    • a x 1 = a
  77. That all...
    That all men through Him might believe.

    Ut omnes crederent per illum.
  78. Prominent Features
    • Mississippi Delta
    • Mammoth Caves
    • Gulf of Mexico
    • Death Valley
    • San Andreas Fault

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