Genital Warts Health Unit 2

Question Answer
Are Genital Warts a virus or bacteria? Virus
What is the treatment for Genital warts? surgery to cut warts away; cryotherapy to freeze off; caustic agents to burn off
What is the transmission for Genital warts? direct contact with infected person
What is the test for genital warts? visual inspection

Unit 4 body parts

Question Answer
Las Cabeza Head
Los Hombros Shoulders
Las Rodillas Knees
Los pies Feet
Los Ojos Eyes
Las orejas Ears
La boca Mouth
La NarA­z Nose
La Mano Hand
El dedo Finger
La piema Leg
El dedo del pie Toe
El cuello Neck
El pelo Hair
Las espalda Back
El codo Elbow
La muA±eca Wrist

Social Studies Vocabulary 2. R.I.P..

Question Answer
Anatolia The Asian part of modern day Turkey.
Banners Established by the Qinq empire, the eight banners were administrative divisions in which all Manchu families were placed, evolved into a military organization.
Boyars Russian aristocratic rank below the ruling princes until its abolition by Peter The Great.
Caliph/Caliphate Secular leader of Islamic community. The area under the influence and control of the caliph.
Commercial/Commerence The buying and selling of goods, especially on a large scale.
Daimyo Prominent Japanese families who provided allegiance to the shogun in exhange for protection.
Devshirme In the Ottoman Empire, a system of training talented children to be administrators of the sultan's court and army.
Dyarchy A system under the Qing in which all administrative positions were shared equally by Chinese and Manchus.
Egalitarianism Believing in the social equality of all people.
Eta In feudal Japan, a class of hereditary slaves who did degrading occupations.
Eunuchs A castrated man employed in a palace.
Filial Piety A love and respect to parents and ancestors, especially eldest male.
Grand Vizier Chief executive office under the sultan in the Ottoman Empire.
Hergmony Strong influence exercised by one nation over another.
Janissary Elite core of 8,000 troops personally loyal to the sultan in the Ottoman Empire.
Jizya Poll tax paid by Non-Muslim religious groups within the Muslim empire.
Kabuki Form of Japanese theater developed in the 17th century.
Kowtow A Chinese custom to touch the forehead to ground while kneeling as an act of worship, reverence, and apology.
Pashas Administrative official in the Ottoman Empire, responsible for collecting taxes and maintaining order in the provinces.
Purdah The Indian term for practice among Muslims and some Hindus isolating women and preventing them from being associated with men outside the home.
Queue A braid of hair at the back of the head.
Shah The title of the hereditary monarch of Iran.
Sh'ia Member of one of the religious divisions of Islam that regards Ali, the son-in law of Muhammad Peace Be Upon Him, as the legitimate successor.
Shogun/Shogunte Powerful Japanese military leader who rules leaving the emperor as a figurehead.
Sino Latin word referring to China.
Sultan A title commonly used by Muslim rulers in the Ottoman Empire.
Sunni Member of one of the religious divisions of Islam, regarding the first four caliphs a legitimate successors of Muhammad Peace Be Upon Him.
Textiles A fabric or cloth especially made by weaving or knitting.
Tributary A rent or tax or something valuable paid by a person, group, or state, to a ruler.
Tsar Title of Russian ruler before 1917.
Zamindars Indian tax collectors who were assigned land and were allowed to keep part of the revenue.

ch 4

Term Definition
greenhouse gases those, especially carbon dioxide or methane, that trap heat above the earth cause the green house effect
activists a doctrine or practice that emphasizes direct vigorous action especially in support of or opposition to one side of a controversial issue
inconceivable impossible to imagine or believe; not conceivable
carbon footprint the amount of harmful carbon dioxide that a person, company, industry, etc. produces when doing normal activities, such as driving a car, heating a building, or producing goods
climate the average course or condition of the weather at a place usually over a period of years as exhibited by temperature wind, velocity, and precipitation
harvesting the season when crops are gathered from from fields or the activity of gathering crops
convert to change (something) into a different form or so that it can be used in a different way
preserve to keep (something) in its original state or in a good condition
depletion to use most or all of (something important) to greatly reduce the amount of something
inhabitants a person or animal that lives in a particular place`
insulate to add a material or substance to (something) in order to stop heat, electricity, or a sound from going in or out
conserve to keep in a safe or sounds state: to avoid wasteful or destructive use
composting a decayed mixture of plants (such as leaves or grass) that is used to improve the soil in a garden
incentives something that encourages a person to do something or to work harder
pollution the action or process of making land, water, air, etc. dirty and not safe or suitable for use
toxic containing or being poisonous material especially when capable of causing death or serious debilitation
capitalist a person whop has a lot of money, property, etc; who uses these things to product more money
revitalization to make (someone or something) active, healthy, or energetic again
degradation the act or process of damaging or ruining something
stakeholders a person or business that has invested money in something (such as a company)

Unit 4/ body parts

Question Answer
Los Cabeza Head
Las Hombros Shoulders
Los Rodillas Los Knees
Los Pies Feet
Los Ojos Eyes
Las Orejas Ears
La Boca Mouth
La Nariz Nose
La Mano Hand
El Dedo Finger/toe
La Pierna Leg
El Cuello Neck
El Pelo Hair
La Espalda Back
El Codo Elbow
MuA±eca Wrist

English Poetry Vocab HIHIHIHIHI

Term Definition
Poetry uses therythms and sounds of words as well as their meanings to set the imagination in motion.
Lines groups of words.
Stanzas lines organized in units
Breaks a blank line signals that one stanza has ended.
Refrain a line or group of lines that are repeated.
Variation changing one or more words with each repition.
Rhythm a beat created by the stressed and unstressed syllables in words.
Meter pattern of rythm.
Feet meter is measured in.
Rhyme repetition of a vowel and a consonant sounds at the end of words.
Rhyme scheme rhymes follow a certain pattern.
Alliteration the repetition of consonant sounds in the beginnings of words.
Repetition the use of any element of language.
Onomatopoeia the use of words that imitate sounds.
Denotation literal dictionary definition.
Connotation ideas and feelings the word brings to mind.
Imagery to create vivid word pictures.
Figurative Language language that is not meant to be taken literally.
Similie uses the word like or as to compare two seemingly unlike things.
Metaphor describes one thing as if it were something else.
Personification gives human qualities to a nonhuman subject.
Narrative poetry tells a story in verse.
Free verse poetry is defined by its lack of structure.
Lyric poetry expresses the thoughts and feelings of a single speaker, often in highly musical verse.
Ballad song like poems that tell stories
Limerick humorous, rhyming five-line poems with a specific rhyme pattern and rhyme scheme.
Concrete poems are shaped to look like their subjects.

Legislative Branch Legislative Branch Vocabulary

Term Definition
Lobbyist People who represent interest groups
Impeachment When a majority of the House of Representatives accuse the President or other high government officials of wrong doing.
Bill A proposed law
Census Official count of the population made every 10 years to find out how many representatives each state should have and to forecast the demand on the different services governments provide.
Checks and Balances The system that gives each of the 3 branches of government ways to limit the powers of the other 2
Filibuster Use of long speeches to prevent a vote on a bill in the Senate
Bicameral Two House, as in a legislature with 2 houses
Cloture An agreement by 3/5 of the members of the Senate to end the debate on a bill and allow a vote on it
Speaker of the House The presiding officer of the House of Representatives
Interest groups Groups of people who work together for similar interests or goals
Constituents The people s/he represents
Legislative Branch law making branch of the national governmentmade up of 2 houses- Senate and House of Representatives
Joint Session When congress meets with the President
Implied Powers legislative powers that are not specifically stated in the Constitution but have been implied in the expressed powers
Appropriation A bill that is set aside funds for a specific reason
Standing Committee 20 committees that make up the House
Re apportionment When seats in the House are redistributed among the states based on the census every 10 years
Conference Committee committee comprised of House and Senate members and discuss the differences between the 2 versions of the bill
Minority Party political party that plays a smaller role than a major party
Vice President Preside over the senate and votes in case of a tie

Body parts

Question Answer
Cabeza Head
Los hombros Shoulders
Las rodlilas Knees
Los pies Feet
Los ojos Eyes
Las orejas Ears
La boca Mouth
La anrize Nose
La mono Hand
El dedo Finger
La piema Leg
El dedo Del pie
El cuello Neck
El pelo Hair
La espalda Back
El codo Elbow
La muA±eca Wrist

NASWA Unit Test Rev.

Question Answer
NASWA is our abbreviation for North Africa and Southwest ______. Asia
The predominant religion in N. Africa and S.W. Asia is _____. Islam
Which city is holy to all three religions? Jerusalem
Muslims face the city of ______ (Makkah) when they pray five times a day. Mecca
People in Afghanistan have suffered through drought, famine, and _____. war
In Afghanistan the Taliban government used to allow _______ to train there. terrorists
American _____ are still fighting in Afghanistan. soldiers
The country of Israel is a ______ state. (state means country here) Jewish
Which country was developed for the Jews after the Holocaust? Israel
Many of the countries in NASWA are currently in ____, meaning a period of change. transition
Palestinians are also known as Muslims and _____. Arabs
In the ongoing Arab-Israeli conflict, Arabs and Israelis both claim the same _____ as their own. land
The land the Arab-Israeli _______ is about is called Israel. Conflict
An important physical feature in Egypt that has sustained life in ancient time and current times is the _____ ______. Nile River
Ancient civilizations settled by rivers because they provided a food source, fresh water and a way to ______. travel
The Tigris and Euphrates Rivers are located mostly in which modern country? Iraq
The earliest-known ancient civilization developed between the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers in what was known as ____. Mesopotamia
Farmers modify the land to get water to their crops through _____ systems. irrigation
Before the ____ _____ was built, ships had to sail around Africa to get between Europe and Asia. Suez Canal
Building a dam and a man-made waterway called a ____ is a way humans modify (change) the environment. canal
Only 1% of the earth's water is fresh water, so _______ techniques are important. desalinization
The Russians in the 1980's and fighting groups of Afghans in 1990's planted ____, which make it difficult to farm. landmines
Libya is just west of which country? Egypt
The country of Saudi Arabia is located on the Arabian ________. Peninsula
Iraq is the country just west of _____. Iran
The USA and Canada buy _____ from others to meet their needs. oil
Much of the world's oil is produced in NASWA, also called The _____ East. Middle
OPEC attempts to set world oil ____ by controlling the amount of oil they produce. prices
When supply is reduced and demand is high, prices usually _______. increase
The government owns ALL of the businesses in the economic system of ____. communism
The government owns FEW of the businesses in the economic system of ___. free enterprise
The government owns MANY of the businesses in the economic system of ______ socialism
A series of events known as The Arab Spring was when people began demanding more _____ from their governments in NASWA, freedoms
The countries affected by the Arab Spring were all _____. Muslim
The future is _____ for people involved in the countries of the Arab Spring. uncertain
Afghanistan's _________ is still in transition and does not help the Afghan people very much. government
A great and often violent change is called a _____. revolution
A ruler has all the power in an _____ type of government. unlimited
A ruler has only some of the power in a ____ type of government, but he or she still has to follow the laws. limited
The world's largest religion is ______, and it began in NASWA. Christianity
Christianity, Islam, and Judaism are all _____, believing in only one god. monotheistic
The most common language spoken in N. Africa and S.W. Asia is _____. Arabic
Believing in many gods is called _____. polytheism
A government ruled by religious leaders is called a ____. theocracy
A government ruled by a few people is called an _____, like the Taliban. oligarchy

Unit four body parts

Question Answer
Cabeza Head
Los Hombros Shoulders
Las Rodeillas Knees
Los ojos Eyes
Las orejas Ears
La boca Mouth
La narA­z Nose
La Mano Hand
El dedo Finger
La pierna Leg
El dedo del pie Toe
El cuello Neck
El pelo Hair
La espalda Back
El codo Elbow
La MuA±eca Wrist
Los pies Feet