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Could you check my answers? Thank You! 10 points!?

Question by Lauren Bradley M.D.: Could you check my answers? Thank You! 10 points!?
1. Find the best word to complete the sentence.

My brother clung ___ to his belief that Alfred Hitchcock was the greatest film director of all time. (Points : 1)
coherently

ineptly

——-pertinaciously

stringently

2. Find the best word to complete the sentence.
In recent years fear of skin cancer has increased, encouraging greater ___ from long hours in the sun.

(Points : 1)
——-abstinence

aptitude

astringency

commiseration

3. Find the best word to complete the sentence.

The sunny ___ house is a wonderful change from the dark, cramped apartment I used to have. (Points : 1)
coherent

——-commodious

colloquial

contrite

4. Find the best word to complete the sentence.
In the long-running TV series I Love Lucy, the husband and wife enlivened their relationship with ___ wisecracks.

(Points : 1)
——astringent

commodious

stringent

tenacious

5. Find the best word to complete the sentence.

After several skateboarders were injured on Main Street, the city council issued a(n) ___ for tighter downtown traffic control. (Points : 1)
abstention

adjunct

commiseration

——- injunction

6. Find the best answer to the question.

Which word applies only to families of verbs? (Points : 1)
—–conjugation

injunction

juncture

strait

7. Find the best answer to the question.
Which word contains a Latin preposition meaning “not”?

(Points : 1)
aptitude

impertinent

—— injunction

pertinacious

8. Find the best answer to the question.

Which word does not contain a variation of the Latin preposition meaning “with”? (Points : 1)
——-colloquial

commodious

contrite

pertinacious

9. Find the best answer to the question.
Which word does not have a form of “joining” or “tying” in it?

(Points : 1)
adjunct

condone

——- stringent

subjugate

10. Find the pair of words that has the same relationship as the pair below.
aptitude : lack of skill ::

(Points : 1)
injunction : disunity

pertinacity : stubbornness

subjugation : dominate

——-colloquialism : formal speech

11. Find the pair of words that has the same relationship as the pair below.
impertinent : polite ::

(Points : 1)
——inept : skillful

strait : crooked

juncture : conjugate

contrite : proud

12. Find the pair of words that has the same relationship as the pair below.
adjunct : addition ::

(Points : 1)
——– abstention : absence

commodiousness : size

straits : hardship

conjugation : nouns

13. Find the pair of words that has the same relationship as the pair below.
tenacious : hold ::

(Points : 1)
condone : fasten

——-stringent : tie

inept : grind

commodious : speak

14. Find the best word to complete the sentence.

People around the world ___ with Chinese farmers who lose homes and farms in the flooding of the Yangtze and Yellow Rivers. (Points : 1)
abstain

——commiserate

juncture

adjunct

15. Find the best word to complete the sentence.
Accountants are responsible for keeping ___ records of money transactions.

(Points : 1)
contrite

——coherent

adjunct

astringent

16. Find the best word to complete the sentence.

The waters of Lake Erie feed Lake Ontario at the ___ of Niagara Falls. (Points : 1)
subjugation

—–juncture

adjunct

ineptitude

17. Find the best word to complete the sentence.
The koala bear is known for its ___ in clinging to a tree once it has wrapped its arms around the trunk.

(Points : 1)
subjugation

juncture

ineptitude

——-tenacity

18. Find the best word to complete the sentence.

Medical research suggests that sufferers of heart disease live longer when they ___ from salty and fatty foods. (Points : 1)
adjunct

juncture

commiserate

—–abstain

19. Find the best word to complete the sentence.
Some baseball historians claim that the ___ of the Chicago Cubs by the Philadelphia Athletics in 1929 ranks as the all-time high point in the history of the World Series.

(Points : 1)
——subjugation

tenacity

ineptitude

adjunct

Best answer:

Answer by Sally
All seems correct to me, Good job! 🙂

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Could the US invade China?

Question by TomCruise: Could the US invade China?
Would America win easily by bombing their Yangtze three rivers gorge dam?

Best answer:

Answer by Robert
We’d win that one, but all thier allies would come for us….

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Q&A: Sources of Asia’s biggest rivers could disappear by 2035, what exactually will happen after? Explain.?

Question by Vortech R: Sources of Asia’s biggest rivers could disappear by 2035, what exactually will happen after? Explain.?
According to a UN climate report, the Himalayan glaciers that are the sources of Asia’s biggest rivers – Ganges, Indus, Brahmaputra, Yangtze, Mekong, Salween and Yellow – could disappear by 2035 as temperatures rise. Approximately 2.4 billion people live in the drainage basin of the Himalayan rivers. What affects will the vanishing rivers have on the climate and world?

Best answer:

Answer by Emily C
Less water for agriculture
possible famine
wars over resources
more climate change

nothing good will come of this

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GEOGRAPHY HELP? Could you answer these questions? Pretty pretty please?

Question by : GEOGRAPHY HELP? Could you answer these questions? Pretty pretty please?
Southeastern China, Southern South Korea, Southern Japan, Northern Taiwan all have semi-arid climates. (Points : 1)
True
False

4. Which of the following are common hazards in Japan? (Points : 3)
Flooding
Hurricanes
Earthquakes and typhoons
Wildfires

5. Which of the following rivers has a unique form? (Points : 3)
The Huang He River
The Yangtze River
The Han River
The Naktong River
7. What type of flora can be found in a tropical wet climate zone? (Points : 3)
tall dense forests of broadleaf trees
coniferous forests, temperate grasslands, and agriculture
forests, alpine tundra, mosses, lichens, shrubs, permafrost
deciduous forests, coniferous trees

8. The southern tip of Taiwan, and a small strip of land along China’s southeastern coast containing tall dense forests are part of what climate zone? (Points : 3)
Tropical wet
Desert
Humid subtropical
Humid continental

9. Which of the following is the reason why natural hazards in East Asia cause such a large loss of life? (Points : 3)
*The poverty of East Asia makes the region more susceptible to natural hazards.
*The location of East Asia near multiple bodies of water makes the region more susceptible to natural hazards.
*The lack of democratic government in East Asia makes the region more susceptible to natural hazards.
*The refusal of industrialized nations to assist East Asia during times of disaster makes the region more susceptible to natural hazards.
11. Approximately how many new rice consumers will be added in Asia in the next 10 years? (Points : 3)
100,000
1 million
1 billion
There will be a decrease in rice consumption

12. Why is the price of rice important? (Points : 3)
Rice prices must be kept within reach of the poorest people.
Rice prices must make a large profit or no one will grow it.
Rice prices impact the cost of fruits and vegetables on neighboring farms.
Rice prices have no real importance other than to large corporations.

Best answer:

Answer by W
False
Earthquakes and Typhoons
Yangtze
tall dense forests with Broadleaf
Humid subtropical
Poverty
1 billion
within reach of the poor

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Like 1930s-1940s, could Japan invade China again ?

Question by peculationRetard: Like 1930s-1940s, could Japan invade China again ?
1) Japan has dropped the Peaceful Clause in Japan Constitution under US guidance.

2) It sends military men to fight in Iraq.

3) It’s military ship is cruising Indian Ocean to assist US warship.

Best answer:

Answer by mazariamonti
no, china is one of the world’s emerging super powers, japan was completely crushed to the ground in ww2, we took away all of their military might, to rebuild everything, and just try to invade china for no apparent reason, there is no possible way they could pull it off, they just aren’t powerful enough.

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Like 1930s-1940s, could Japan invade China again ?

Question by peculationRetard: Like 1930s-1940s, could Japan invade China again ?
1) Japan has dropped the Peaceful Clause in Japan Constitution under US guidance.

2) It sends military men to fight in Iraq.

3) It’s military ship is cruising Indian Ocean to assist US warship.

Best answer:

Answer by Jules
I really dough it Japan was a power full military force back then but the usa have monitor them and haven’t allowed them to gain that kind of power again so no they wont China is well prepare this time

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Like 1930s-1940s, could Japan invade China again ?

Question by peculationRetard: Like 1930s-1940s, could Japan invade China again ?
1) Japan has dropped the Peaceful Clause in Japan Constitution under US guidance.

2) It sends military men to fight in Iraq.

3) It’s military ship is cruising Indian Ocean to assist US warship.

Best answer:

Answer by Carl_the_Truth
Not a snow flake chance.

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Q&A: Like 1930s-1940s, could Japan invade China again ?

Question by peculationRetard: Like 1930s-1940s, could Japan invade China again ?
1) Japan has dropped the Peaceful Clause in Japan Constitution under US guidance.

2) It sends military men to fight in Iraq.

3) It’s military ship is cruising Indian Ocean to assist US warship.

Best answer:

Answer by Amustapha
Well, the Septics are very good at getting other people to fight their wars.

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If you could only go on one river in China, would it be the Yangtze or Li?

Question by Curiousss: If you could only go on one river in China, would it be the Yangtze or Li?

Best answer:

Answer by Kk D
what’s li

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IF we went to war with China could we win?

Question by Patrick: IF we went to war with China could we win?
Recently in the news im seeing a lot about the Chinese threat to the USA and how we a rapidly becoming inferior to the chinese government. I was always under the impression that the two would never war because the rely so heavily on each others economies, you know if one were to eliminate the other both economies would collapse. Recently though ive heard a lot about war scenarios and the increasing risk of war. Despite Chinas numbers and apparent “superiority to the USA” I still believe we would win a war against them, right? I mean does chinas navy hiold a candle to the USA’s. Wouldnt we just sit off the coast and just cruise missle the whole place. We would never be able to invade china but those millions of soldiers in the Chinese army would never be able to leave the land and it would most likely be fought on chinese soil. Am I wrong?

Best answer:

Answer by 砂漠のあずみ
We wouldn’t have a chance against China

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