Colonial Test Kristopher Ho Period 8

Question Answer
Where did merchants and artisans usually lived and worked? city
Where did Colonial men often go to discuss problems and politics? tavern
When did the work day start for a typical farmer? morning
Did every family member work as a farmer? yes
What was the Colombian exchange? A trade of goods between the east and west
Where did diseases come from? The east continents
What law formalized slave rights? slave codes
Where did slaves live? small shacks or lofts
What job used iron? blacksmith
What job made guns ? gunsmith

ELA

Question Answer
Culpable of bing felt observed or understood. Tangible Hi t y
Return to an earlier or less advnced condition Regression
Always Invariably
Hide Observer
Looking in word of saving one or the row or feelings Intropedtive
Use as a warning these line Deterioration
Explain or Siri to be proved Hypocrites
Checked or tasted or correctness confirmed Verified
Prove wrong with either evidence. Re-fruit
Fiction in which read and imagine scrarlife discover fuch as life on other planets from put of the or backgrounds Sentence fiction
Fredtion in which rovers and pinging Chronological fiction
A file of speech in which an abject original iss polcen Personified
Prsonifcation
Prove wrong with evidece

unit 2

Question Answer
cinema movies
concert concert
magasim shopping
sport sports
ski sking
velo bicycle
foot ball soccer
leocle school
l anglais English
les math math
les vecanosos vocations
le plag beach
la glace ice cream
le chocolate chocolate
les escorgats food tyoe
les frites fries

Colonial Test Julissa Salazar Per.8

Question Answer
Where did merchants and artisans usually lived and worked? City
Merchants and artisans were part of which social class? Middling
According to the article which of the following job is not a tradesman? Lawyer
Which of the jobs is not professional? Blacksmith
What was the Colonial exchange it was when the Eastern and Western continents traded goods
What kinds of farm animals did the Europeans brought to the Americas Horse,cow,sheep,goat,chicken, and pig

voc 13

Term Definition
aggregate (adj) formed by the collection of units or particles into a body, mass, or amount
aghast (adj) struck with terror, amazement, or horror
bequeath (v) to give or leave by will
disseminate (v) to spread abroad as though sowing seed
dissimulation (v) to hide under a false appearance
dogmatic (adj) given tot he expression of opinions very strongly or positively as if they were facts
facet (n) any of the definable aspects that make up a subject or an object
faddish (n) a practice or interest followed for a time with exaggerated zeal
iconoclast (n) a person who attacks settled beliefs or institutions
imbibe (v) to receive into the mind and retain; to take in liquid

Colonial Test Ashley Ayala period 8

Question Answer
Where merchants and artisans usually lived and worked? City
Tradesmen and merchants were part of what social class? Middling
Which of the following jobs is not a tradesman? Lawyer
Where did most of people in colonial times go on Sunday? Church
Which of the following jobs is not a professional? Blacksmith
Where did colonial men often go to discuss politics and business? Tavern
What was the main form of entertainment at parties? Dancing
What was Colombian Exchange?

Solar System 1

Term Definition
Inertia The resistance to change in motion or direction. An object “wants” to keep moving unless something affects it.
Gravity A force of attraction between objects due to their mass or matter.
Center of Gravity The center most point of an object’s mass.
Satellite Any object orbiting another object.
Moon A large satellite orbiting a planet.
Planet A large satellite orbiting a star, must have a spherical shape and must have cleared its orbit of all other objects.
Orbit The path an object follows as it travels around another object in space.
Rotation The spin of an object on its axis.
Revolution The motion of an object that travels around another in space; one complete trip around an orbit

VOCAB week 13

Term Definition
Aggregate Formed by thee collection of units or particles into a body, mass or amount
Aghast struck with terror, amazement, or horror
Bequeath to give 0r leave by will
Dissemate To spread abroad as though sowing seed
Dissimulation to hide under a false appearance
Dogmatic given to the expression of opinions very strongly or positively as if they were facts
Facet Any of the definable aspects that make up a subject or an object
Faddish a practice or interest followed for a time with exaggerated zeal
Iconoclast a person who attacks settled beliefs or institutions
Imbibe to recieve into the mind and retain;to take in liquid