alley: small side street–banged: hit noisily–burst in: entered suddenly–catch his breath: breathe normally–concrete: mixture of cement and other materials used for building–crew: sailors and boat workers
cursed: called him bad names–domed: shaped like a hemisphere
dragged: pulled with force–dust: particles of dirt –olded: crossed
foster: providing care for a period of time–gave up: stopped trying
got soaked: became totally wet–grabbing: taking suddenly
horns: devices on cars to make a loud
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Chris – young generation

In the play, Arthur Miller portrays Joe and Chris as victims of the war. Chris is a symbol of the younger generation. He is young and naive soldier. He is honourable, principled, altruistic and socially responsible. He has noble ideas, such as “solidarity” and “responsibility”, which Chris learned in his war situations. He is ashamed of his father. 

He is idealistic and a dreamer. 

The diction “Kids” suggest that for Chris the soldiers were young like children

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Q3. Why does Wanda’s house remind Maddie of Wanda’s blue dress?
Answer – When Maddie and Peggy reached Wanda’s little house at “Boggins Heights”. They find that her house was looked shabby but clean. So, It reminds Maddie about a Wanda’s blue dress which is faded blue cotton dress, Shabby but clean.

Q4. What does Maddie think hard about? What important decision does she come to?
Answer – Maddie was really upset for Wanda.  She could not meet Wanda, Because she have already left her

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1. According to Dr. Carlsson, what were the main causes of global warming?C) Transport, industry, agriculture and the use of fossil fuels.
 2. What happened at the scientists’ meeting in Stockholm? b) Dr. Carlsson was taken away by some men dressed in black.
 3. What characteristics made Fiona the best agent in the agency? c) Options a) and d) together are correct.
4. Why did Harris think that the hot area wasn’t the result of global warming? b) Because this phenomenon appeared in a very short period
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Chapter 11 Test Questions

True or False

  1. Section 1 of the Sherman Act prohibits concerted action that unreasonably restrains trade in a relevant market. TRUE
  1. Predatory or exclusionary conduct designed to enable an organization to acquire or maintain monopoly power in a relevant market is permitted under the free trade exception to Section 2 of the Sherman Act. FALSE
  1. The law of private associations enables a court to review the actions of a private association when it has allegedly violated its own rules
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( From smallest to the biggest)


- Atom: the smallest structure. It has positive, negatives and neutral charge.

-Chemical elements: they are a lot of atoms together. There are metallic and non metallic. For example: Hydrogen, Oxygen, Phosphorus…).

-Molecule: when we put some elements together (H2O, HCl…).

-Macromolecule: they are a lot of molecules together (lipids, proteins, carbohydrates…).

-Cell: the smallest structure that can do the 3 vital functions.

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