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41. While play is important at all levels of human development, _________ takes on particular significance when children are five and six years oldCorrectIncorrect
42. During the second and third years of life, children gain _________ over their bodies.CorrectIncorrect
43. All brass instruments use a mouthpiece _________ into a long cone-shaped tube.CorrectIncorrect
44. _________ as children that most people first come in contact with mythsCorrectIncorrect
46. By the mid-twentieth century, United States presidential staffs, _________ had numbered fewer than ten a century earlier, numbered in the hundredsCorrectIncorrect
46. In 1966 only 60 percent of all five year olds in the United States attended kindergarten, _________ in 1985 almost 82 percent did so.CorrectIncorrect
47_________ industries, inventions, and communal endeavors of the Shakers, the best known is their fine furnitureCorrectIncorrect
48. Most fishes and many reptiles have ribs along most of the spine, but in mammals _________ only in the chest area.CorrectIncorrect
49. Although the habitat of the American beech tree is now confined to the eastern United States and southeastern Canada, _________ extended as far west as California.CorrectIncorrect
50. Most of North America receives _________ some form of continuous plant cover except in the arid and semiarid Southwest.CorrectIncorrect
51. _________ denotes currency in circulation plus bank deposits.CorrectIncorrect
52.The Franklin stove, invented around 1742, ________, originally with a partially open front, and was designed to fit into a fireplaceCorrectIncorrect
53. A few species of mushrooms cause death or serious illness _________.CorrectIncorrect
54. Some critics maintain _________ the mystery novel is a symbolic ritual of guilt and retributionCorrectIncorrect
55. _________ all cherry trees are very attractive when in bloom, some species with inferior fruit are cultivated especially for their flowers.CorrectIncorrect
56. Usually pitched in the of C, _________ may be tuned to B flat by means of a slideCorrectIncorrect
57. With _________ formal art training and largely self-educated, Anna Mary Moses, known as Grandma Moses, began to paint rural scenes at the age of seventy-eightCorrectIncorrect
58. A block and tackle is a _________ of pulley blocks and ropes used for pulling or hoisting large objectsCorrectIncorrect
59. Although _________ instant critical acclaim in 1952, he never completed a second novel, publishing many short works insteadCorrectIncorrect
60. Sauropods had _________ smallest brains relative to body weight of any group of dinosaurs, yet they were among the most successful of all dinosaurs in evolutionary terms.CorrectIncorrect
61. At the time of Columbus’ voyages, Native Americans used an astounding diversity of languages, ________ the diversity used by Europeans.CorrectIncorrect
62. During the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920’s, much African American writers, artists, and musicians came to Harlem in New York City, creating a cultural center there.CorrectIncorrect
- In Concord, Massachusetts, there is a museum commemorating the life of Louisa May Alcott, the author the nineteenth-century novel Little Women.
- Lactose, a sugar present in milk, is one of simple sugars used in food preparations for infants.
65. Jackson, Michigan, a city who was settled in 1829, was named for Andrew Jackson, the seventh President of the United States.CorrectIncorrect
- Boulder, Colorado, is only city in the United States that derives its water supply from a glacier.
67. Construction of first skyscraper began in Chicago in 1883 with the ten-story Home Insurance Building.CorrectIncorrect
68. The Mississippi river boat, which evolved from simpler steamship of the early 1800’s, became the dominant form of passenger transport on the Mississippi River.CorrectIncorrect
69. Modern stringed instruments comprise both instruments of ancient origin, such as the harp, and the developed recently family of bowed instruments that includes the violin.CorrectIncorrect
70. Stars provided early astronomer with a reference system for measuring the motions of planets, the Moon, and the Sun.CorrectIncorrect
71. The coal industry is important to every industrial nations because most other industries are directly or indirectly dependent on it.CorrectIncorrect
72. The brightly colored kingfisher that perches until it sights a fish, then dives into the water to catch its prey.Correct
that زائد است چون جمله نیاز به فعل دارد. perches صحیح هست.Incorrect
that زائد است چون جمله نیاز به فعل دارد. perches صحیح هست.
- Neptune circles the Sun once every 164.8 Earth years, and its day — one rotation its axis — is 15.8 hours.
- Observable comets are occasionally attracted toward the inner Solar System by the fields gravitational of nearby stars and giant molecular clouds.
- A single bacterium has the potential to produce 16 million copies of themselves in a day.
- Atoms are held together by the electrical forces of attraction between each negative electron and a positive protons within the nucleus.
- The original aim of encyclopedias was to provide a general educational.
- Icebergs are usually white, blue, or green, even although some are black due to rock material incorporated in them .
- Both adult ladybugs and their larvae are voracious eaters of aphids, scale insects, and another plant pests.
- Early English burlesque often ridiculed celebrated literary works and sentimentally drama.