They are located outside the digestive tract although the digestive juices they secrete are passed into it. These juices contain a great variety of digestive enzymes (type of proteins that accelerate the breakdown of complex food into nutrients)

● The salivary glands: 3 pair of glands that secrete saliva into the mouth.

● The liver: Largest gland. It secretes bile, which is stored in the gallbladder. Bile helps us to digest lipids by acting as a detergent. The liver also performs other functions

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1. Why age is not always a critical factor in foreign language learning?
Because the VYL have very good altitude to learning, also, they have less comprehension development. 
ADULTS develop an abstract thought and even if there attitude is good, the different points of views could complain about how they are taught, and can be afraid of failure.
TEENAGERS can be challenging because of their amount of energy, can be negatives about the language and it they fell that they’re treated as children.
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Sociological imagination: awareness of the relationship between who we are as individuals & the social forces that shape our lives. Cultural: things in our culture that impact on our lives & define how we behave. Historical: things in the past that have influenced the present. Structural: how particular forms of social organisation shape our lives. Sociological perspectives: different ways sociologists view society & explain how it functions.Conflict (Marxism): Conflict + strife is a

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The Function of Circulation:

  • Multicellular organisms are organized into tissues and organs.
  • Organs Systems require Nutrients and Oxygen in order to function.

How are these Vital Nutrients and Gases moved throughout the body? ViaA Transport System which is necessary to perform the following:

  1. Transport gases, nutrient molecules, and wastes.
  2. Regulate internal temperature and transport chemical substances around the body.
  3. Protect against blood loss from injury and against diseases and
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 Hardware: consists of all the physical components of the computer (what we can see and touch). Example: a keyboard, a microprocessor, a screen…Main components  Motherboard: is a rigid plastic sheet with an engraved circuit on the surface where all the rest of the components are connected to.  Microprocessor: is an integrated circuit that acts as the computer´s brain. The chips have thousands of miniature electronic components.  RAM memory: a computer´s microprocessor continuously

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INSDUSTRIALIZATION AND INMIGRATION: In less than fifty years, the US was transformed from a rural republic into an urban state. The nation´s economic progress, based on iron, steam and electrical power, was speeded up by thousands of inventions like the telephone and typewriter, but the terrible working and living conditions and the unfair monopolies that characterized the industrial revolution in Britain, were repeated on an even bigger scale. An important factor was continuous and unrestricted

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