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Question 1 of 50
- Ragtime is a musical form developed and brought to maturation between 1890 and 1910 which is rooted in several musical tradition.
Question 2 of 50
- The peccary, an American mammal, is closely related to the swine family and fills an ecological similar role.
Question 3 of 50
- The teaching of literary and composition has figured prominently in the formation of educational curriculums in the United States at all levels.
Question 4 of 50
- The spice plants, what yield the pungent and fragrant substances used all over the world as condiments, are almost all natives of tropical regions.
Question 5 of 50
- Ultrasonic waves vibrate such rapidly that they produce sounds that are too high for the human ear to detect.
Question 6 of 50
- Contemporary election practices in the United States have their roots in British and colonial American laws and customary.
Question 7 of 50
- The degree of physical fitness that anyone can develop is governed by age, sex, physique, and other natural factor.
Question 8 of 50
- The migration route of the first humans to occupy North America took them across a land bridge that once was connected Asia with what is now Alaska.
Question 9 of 50
- Socialization, which begins in child, is a process by which people become members of a society, learning its norms, customs, laws, and ways of living.
Question 10 of 50
- Poet Amy Lowell began her career by publishing the conventional volume A Dome of Many-Coloured Glass, despite eventually succeeded Ezra Pound as leader of the progressive Imagists.
Question 11 of 50
- The towns of Middlebury and Cornwall, both in Vermont, was united into the single town of Middlebury in 1796.
Question 12 of 50
- In a simile, a comparison between two distinctly differently things is indicated by the word “like” or “as.”
Question 13 of 50
- While the late nineteenth century, most laborers in the United States worked six days a week, often ten or more hours a day.
Question 14 of 50
- Chordophones are musical instruments with strings that can be set in motion by moving a bow, plucking a string, or striking key .
Question 15 of 50
- The proportion of United States households owning television receivers rose from 0.4 percent in 1948 of 23.5 percent in 1951.
Question 16 of 50
- The chief character or hero of piece of fiction or drama is known as the protagonist.
Question 17 of 50
- A drought is a period of dry weather that lasts too long enough to cause a serious imbalance in the water cycle.
Question 18 of 50
- Cotton crop failures and a plague of boll weevils at the beginning of the twentieth century forced the diversification of Alabama’s the agriculture.
Question 19 of 50
- Although absolute zero cannot actually be reached, approximations of less than 0.001 degrees Celsius above absolute zero have been created the laboratory.
Question 20 of 50
- That brought about the widespread extinction of the dinosaurs is unknown; it must, however, have involved major changes in the environment.
Question 21 of 50
- Structuralism and it derivative theories, especially deconstructionism, have proposed to alter drastically the direction of literary studies during the last thirty or thirty-five years.
Question 22 of 50
- The northwest coast of North America was originally settled by a series of tribal with extremely diverse linguistic affiliations.
Question 23 of 50
- After the War of 1812, immigrants from Britain and Ireland swelled the populate of Canada.
Question 24 of 50
- The rapidly advancement of modern anthropology since the end of the nineteenth century has been the most important single influence on the growth of myth criticism.
Question 25 of 50
- Although Spaniards had explored upper California much earlier, they did not attempt to settle there until the latter part the eighteenth century.
Question 26 of 50
- Although copper was hammered into tools and ornaments by some early inhabitants of North America, the smelting and casting of copper were unknown between them.
Question 27 of 50
- As moist air in a warm front ascends the retreating wedge of cold air, it cools to produce cloudy and frequently causes precipitation.
Question 28 of 50
- Choreographer Martha Graham’s pioneering technique, designed to express inner emotion through dance forms, representative the first real alternative to classical ballet.
Question 29 of 50
- A ink-jet printer works by squirting very fine streams of quick-drying ink onto paper.
Question 30 of 50
- The properties of coca are similar to those of opium, but coca is not such strong a narcotic.
Question 31 of 50
- Identical twins are always of the same sex, resemblance one another very closely, and have similar fingerprints and blood groups.
Question 32 of 50
- The great bulk of business transactions in the United States is handled by means of credit instruments rather currency.
Question 33 of 50
- The outstanding feature in the evolve of the central nervous system in humans has been the growth of the brain.
Question 34 of 50
- On Long Island’s Montauk Point are located a stone lighthouse 168 feet high, equipped with a flashing light white, and a United States lifesaving station.
Question 35 of 50
- Loons, migratory aquatic birds, are expert swimming and divers, but walk on land with difficulty.
Question 36 of 50
- Usually only the males grasshoppers produce a song, but both sexes possess auditory organs.
Question 37 of 50
- Intricate choreographer emphasized the beauty and virtuosity of the nineteenth-century prima ballerina, while the male dancer functioned only as her partner until the twentieth century.
Question 38 of 50
- Dolphins can held their breath for up to several minutes and are capable of rapid and deep dives of more than 300 meters.
Question 39 of 50
- The concept of folk music, though generally understood by most people, has not simple, widely accepted definition.
Question 40 of 50
- The two steel towers of the Golden Gate Bridge in California are the tallest bridge towers in the world, each measuring 227 meters in high.
Question 41 of 50
- Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is where the Declaration of Independence also the United States Constitution were signed.
Question 42 of 50
- From 1892 to 1954 Ellis Island was an immigration station through which some 20 million immigrant entered the United States.
Question 43 of 50
- Interstellar matter intercepts some of the visibly light emitted by distant stars so that observers on Earth cannot view in detail distant parts of the Milky Way.
Question 44 of 50
- Working by chemical reaction, and being independence of atmospheric oxygen, rockets are used to power interplanetary space vehicles.
Question 45 of 50
- Wind and oceans currents may move icebergs thousands of kilometers from their resource.
Question 46 of 50
139. Locomotion of the body is produced through the cooperation of skeletal muscles and another systems, including the skeletal, nervous, and circulatory systems.
Question 47 of 50
- On 1848 the first organized meeting for women’s rights in the United States took pace in Seneca Falls, New York.
Question 48 of 50
- The word “fable” frequently denotes a brief tale in whose animals or inanimate objects speak and behave like humans, usually to advance a moral point.
Question 49 of 50
- In his book Roots, Alex Haley combines fact and fiction as he describes his family’s history begins in the mid-1700’s in Africa.
Question 50 of 50
- The poet Gwendolyn Brooks had she first poem published when she was thirteen years old.