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Inglise keel unit 5 answers

allow max 5 for following: transcription; DNA unzips H bonds break; exposing required, gene sequence of bases; RNA nucleotides align with DNA; U with A, A with T, C with G, and G with C; RNA polymerase; mRNA formed (using DNA strand as template); leaves nucleus through pore; allow max 5 for following: translation; mRNA attaches to ribosome; tRNA brings amino acid (to, ribosome mRNA); each tRNA attached to specific amino acid; tRNA binds to mRNA using complementary, base triplet anticodon; peptide bond formed between amino acids; DNA mRNA, (nucleotide base) sequence determines sequence of amino acids; AVP; e.g. 2, base triplets codons, in ribosome AVP; e.g. ref. to : start stop, codons polysomes large and small subunit in ribosome 2+ Mg [10] 10. (a) from below ventral AW; A idea of brain being seen from below R upside down, looking upwards 1 (b) (i) reject choice of answers , accept any reasonable spelling A cerebrum cerebral hemisphere cerebral cortex frontal lobe; ignore refs to right or left R incorrect lobe B pituitary (gland); R hypothalamus C cerebellum; D medulla (oblongata) 4 (ii) control of breathing; control of heart rate; control of circulation; control of swallowing salivation vomiting reflex;...

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Kontrolltöö 7. klassile (ILE 5) Unit 5

1 Meie kool asub jõe lähedal. Ou school is situated near the river. 2 Mis on Eesti pindala? What is the area of Estonia? 3 Me uurisime maakohta jalgratastel. We explored the countryside on bikes. 4 Need poisid on oma kooli hirm. These boys are the terror of their school. 5 Samsung on firma, mis valmistab ja müüb elektroonilisi seadmeid. Samsung is a company, that makes and sells electronic devices. 6 Kas ma tohin sisse tulla? May I come in? 7 kõige tavalisemad nimed the most common names 8 internetis on the Internet 2 Use the correct tense. 1 Last week my sister asked me to look after her dog Roy. I was worried first because I had never walked such a big dog before. (ask; never walk) 2 Whe I met her at the party on Friday she was wearing a black dress. (meet; wear) 3 Larry's not here, he is digging in the garden behind the house. (dig) 4 It's really hot today, I thi...

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I Love English 5 Unit 8 kontrolltöö vastused

Translate The phrases 1) This is Kevin. Could I speak to Tina, 5) Surf the internet please! 6) Enjoy visiting chat rooms 2) Switch off the mobile phone 7) Send an email to a friend 3) Be on the phone 8) Write in capital letters 4) Call back later 2. Write a an or the were necessary 1) We travelled to Tallinn by – bus. 2) Tony is the tallest boy in our class. 3) We went to see a film yesterday. The film was called The Lord of the Rings 4) My father is a police officer and mother is a doctor. 5) I could play the piano when i was 6 years old. 6) Please don’t be late for – dinner 7) I’d like an apple please 8) My father liked to play – football when he was a student. 3. Write the correcto word under the pictures 1) Sheet of paper 5)...

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English for engineering unit 7 controlwork

Lubrication system 2. Moving parts 3. Heat and wear 4. Cooling 5. Lubricates 6. Collects 7. Particles 8. Oil filter 9. Leak out 10. Amount 11. Checking 12. Dipstick 13. Friction 14. Increase 15. Become damaged 16. Changing 17. Thin 18. Impurities 19. Efficiently 20. Assembled Task 2: 1. Oil pressure switch, oil pump, relief valve, oil strainer, relief valve for oil cooler, oil filter, oil cooler, main gallery, oil pan, oil level gauge 2. Static seals and dynamic seals 3. Paper filter, or it may contain oil 4. Wire gauze, nylon mesh, cotton, felt, pads, paper or cellulose sheets Task 3: 1. The friction causes heat and wear 2. Oil needs changing every 10000 km 3. Joint and junction 4. Oilways must be leakproof 5. Rigid and semi-flexible 6. Crankcase 7. Timing gears 8. Chain rocker 9. Wate evaporates 10. Rotary movement 11. Resistance 12. Future cars will not need greases 13. The air is mixed wit...

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Inglise keele testide vastused - test 17, 18 ja 19

ÜLESANNE 1) My goalis to finish school with good marks. 2) Everybody was surprised because Ann performed so confidently. 3) Expeditions are a good oppurtunity to meet people with similar interests. 4) My sister has done a lot of voluntary work at our youth club. 5) Do you fancy going to a football match? 6) Parents should pass on their experience to the next generation. 7) Mary decided to challange herself and take part in the swimming competition. 2. ÜLESANNE ( sample answers ) 1) Would you like to go swimming tonight? ­ Yes, i'd love to. What time shall we go? 2) Do you fancy going to the theatre on Saturday? ­ Sorry, I'm afraid i can't. I'm looking after my little sister. 3) Do you want to play basketball this afternoon? ­ Thanks for asking me, but I'm studying for my history test. 3. ÜLESANNE 1) Tina and Ann do aerobics, but James doesn't. 2) None of them has/ have won an award. 3) All of them can speak a foreign l...

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INGLISE KEELE TÖÖPLAAN 6. KLASSILE

KLASSILE Aeg: I, II veerand 2003/2004 õ.-a Õpetaja: Age Tamm Õppe- Teemad. Alateemad. Mõisted, faktid nädal 1. nädal Unit 1. What did you do last summer? Past Simple ­ questions, statements 2. nädal Summer activities Did you...? Yes, I did / No, I didn't Alan's summer play ball / the violin My summer go swimming / ...ing Polite English. Saying hello and introducing 3. nädal Unit 2. A trip to England Past Simple 4. nädal Outdoor activities by bus / car / train / plane, on foot English Country School Ordinals (the first, the second, ...) The Tower of London Posessive pronouns Poli...

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Kontrolltöö 7. klassile (ILE 5) Unit 15

1 Maakera kliima on muutunud. The climate of the Earth has changed. 2 Põlisameeriklaste suguharud vahetasid kaupu. Nateive American tribes exchanged goods. 3 Nende põhilised vaated olid sarnased. Their basic views were similar. 4 Nad austasid kõiki eluvorme. They respected every form of life. 5 Valged asukad liikusid läände. The white settlers moved westward. 6 Tänapäeval elavad paljud põlisameeriklased reservaatides. Today lots of Native Americans live in reservations. 7 kellegisse armuma fall in love with sb 8 kellestki / millestki erinema differ from sb/sth 2 Write the missing forms. Noun Adjective Verb Adverb 1 attraction attractive attract attractively 2 danger dangerous X dangerously 3 difference different differ differently 4 happiness...

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Unit 1 TEST I love english 7

Everybody liked Alex`s personal beliefs. 2. Who broke the silence first? 3. How Many sources did you check the information with? 4. Cathy had her ears pierced. 5. Dan hesitated for a moment but then rolled up his sleeve. 6. Nobody wanted to get involved in the fight. 7. The tourists took lots of pictures of this famous temple. 8. My travel story beat all my classmates stories. 2) 1. teaches 2. is teaching 3. has taught 4. teaching 5. to teach 6. taught 7. teach 3) 1. painted 2. shortened 3. repaired 4. wrapped 5. done 6. treated 7. put 8. carried 4) (3) no sea view (6) no parking space (7) slow service (8) pool closed in the morning (9) rude staff and unhelpful receptionist (10) no babysitting facilities ...

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Unit 2 TEST I love english 7

Ann tried to focus on learning new words. 2. The chances are that our tearm will win. 3. Make use of your free time and read books. 4. What goal did you set for yourself? 5. Amy finally gave me a chance to read her essay. 6. Unfortunately, my general knowledge is quite limited. 7. It`s possible to improve your memory skills. 8. Where you successful in the quiz? 2 1. had been 2. raised 3. puffed 4. said 5. did I punish have I punished 6. sobbed 7. shout shouted 8. tear tore 9. don`t remember 10. did 3 1. b 2. c 3. b 4. a 4 1. What did the student have to do? 2. Why didn`t he buy the book? 3. Where did he try to find the book? 4. How did he solve the problem? 5. Was the student told off for reading the book? 6. Why was the book put in another place? Model answers 1...

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8. klassi Inglise keele U 1-5 kordamine

1) George has a new car. It is ........................ 2) Ken and Chris have a friend. This boy is...................... 3) Her children have a dog. It´s.......................... 4) These newspapers were published yesterday. This is .................. 5) His parents own this house. This is...................... 6) Ted and Nancy have a son whose name is Fred. Fred is ............... 7) The key belongs to my sister. It´s....................... 8) These skis belong to Uncle Thomas. They are....................... 9) This camera belongs to her parents. It´s.................. Answers: 1) George´s car 2) Ken and Chris`s friend 3) her children´s dog 4) yesterday´s newspaper 5) his parents´ house 6) Ted and Nancy´s son 7) my sister´s key 8) Uncle Thomas´s skis 9) her parents´ camera 2) NUMBER + NOUN ADJECTIVES Numbr...

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Inglise keele õpik

or poetistryingto convey. Firstly, computers and computerlabsareveryexpensive tc e Computers requiretechnicrans whohaveto bepaidandit set up and maintain. For example,computersrequtre rsalsoexpensive to keepup to datewithsoftware. technicians whohaveto bepaidandit isalsoexpensive to keel - f Theywill losetheircommunication skillsthroughlackof up to datewithsoftware. practiceandmaywithdrawintothemselves. Furthermore, sittingin front of a computerscreenall da'; can makestudents feellonelyand bored.Theywill losethei' 5 2 E x p l a i tnh e t a s k P l a yt h e c a s s e t t eS s l i s t e n f, i l l i n t h e communicationskillsthroughlack of practiceand mal g a p sa n dc o m p l e t teh e t a s k C h e c k5 s 'a n s w e r s withdrawintothemselves. On the other hand,schoolsshouldusecomputersin the AnswerKey(5eeo...

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UNIT 15 SB

? School is off Hei s sure to know Due for tomorrow Tie in with sth Get a flight sorte get back to me 4) *Easter * her grandparents' birthday gift * the weather and the currency * Some doorways and doors * Layers and a camer * The view from the topp of Olaf's church tower, the secret passagesunder Swedish defences, the winding streets of old... the parliament buildinf, some museums, and art galleries. * Pancakes together with Hannah's mates * Tartu 5b) 1. Was ... marked- märgiti; is includes ­ on lisatud 2. 2. was built- ehitati- heisatakse 3. 3. was ... mentioned- mainiti 4. Was built- ehitati 5. was created- rajati; wa named- nimetati Revision Sample answers 3) 1. Isi t Oki f I read your diary? 2. Isi t all right if I try your crash helmet? 3. Can I have some milk in my coffee? 4) Sample answers. 1. You might get...

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Testide vastused 1-4

New P r e – I n t e r m e d i a t e FOURTH EDITION © Oxford University Press 2012 Unit 1 Test A 13 getting 1 6 2 Where were you born 2 amazed 3 Why are you here in Chicago 3 embarrassing 4 What are you studying 4 amazing 5 What did you do in India What was your job in 5 embarrassed India 6 interested 6 How often do you go back to India 7 2 2 play 2 How much, a 3 go 3 How long, h 4 speak 4 Whose, d 5 does 5 How many, i 6 make 6 Which, f 7 buy 7 Why, j 8 T...

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The 4-Hour Body - An Uncommon Guide to Rapid Fat-Loss, Incredible Sex, and Becoming Superhuman - Timothy Ferriss

Highly recommended." --Dr. Stewart D. Friedman, adviser to Jack Welch and former director of the Work/Life Integration Program at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania "It's about time this book was written. It is a long-overdue manifesto for the mobile lifestyle, and Tim Ferriss is the ideal ambassador. This will be huge." --Jack Can eld, cocreator of Chicken Soup for the Soul®, 100+ million copies sold "Stunning and amazing. From mini-retirements to outsourcing your life, it's all here. Whether you're a wage slave or a Fortune 500 CEO, this book will change your life!" --Phil Town, New York Times bestselling author of Rule #1 "The 4-Hour Workweek is a new way of solving a very old problem: just how can we work to live and prevent our lives from being all about work? A world of in nite...

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ESTONIAN SYMPHONIC MUSIC. THE FIRST CENTURY 1896-1996.

Compiled by E. Uustalu. Lund, Eesti Kirjanike Kooperatiiv, 1968 (in Estonian). 2. Tõnu Parming, Elmar Järvesoo. A Case Study of a Soviet Republic: The Estonian SSR. Westward Press, Boulder, Colorado 1978. 3. Arvo Mägi. Eesti rahva ajaraamat (The Chronicle of Estonian People). Stockholm, Eesti Päevaleht Förlag AB 1979 (in Estonian). 4. Soviet Estonia. Land. People. Culture. Tallinn, Valgus Publishers, 1980 5. Toivo Ü. Raun. Estonia and the Estonians. Hoover Institution Press, Stanford University 1987. 6. Eesti Entsüklopeedia, XI kd. Eesti üldosa (The Estonian Encyclopaedia, volume XI. Estonia in general): Tallinn, Estonian Encyclopaedia Publishers, 2002 (in Estonian). 7. Mart Laar, Urmas Ott, Sirje Endre. Teine Eesti: Eesti iseseisvuse taassünd 1986 – 1991. Tallinn, SE & IS, 1996 (kokkuvõte inglise keeles ) The different Estonia; rebirth of Estonian independence 1986 – 1991. Tallinn, SE & IS Publishers, 1996 (summary in English). 8. Toomas Karjahärm, Helle-Mai Luts. Kultuurigenotsiid Eestis. Kunstnikud. Kirjastus Argo (Publishing House Argo), Tallinn, 2005 Culture 1. Almanahh „Eesti Kultura I” (Almanac „Estonian Culture”). Compiled by V.Reiman. „Postimehe” kirjakogu, Tartu, 1911 (in Estonian). 2. Almanahh „Eesti Kultura II” (Almanac „Estonian Culture”). Compiled by V.Reiman. „Postimehe” kirjakogu, Tartu, 1913 (in Estonian). 3. EESTI. Maa. Rahvas. Kultuur. Haridusministeeriumi Kirjastus. ESTONIA. Country. People. Culture. Tallinn, Ministry of Education Publishers, 1928 (in Estonian). 4. Aspects of Estonian Culture. Editor E. Uustalu. Boreas Publishing Company, London, 1961 5. Eestlane ja tema kultuur. Artiklid (Estonian...

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GETTING TO KNOW THE TOEFL

In addition, foreign born professionals frequently need a TOEFL score for certification to practice their profession in the United States or Canada. The TOEFL is a timed test that consists of the three sections listed here. THE TOEFL Section 1 Listening Comprehension 50 questions 35 minutes Part A Statements 20 questions Part B Short Dialogs 15 questions Part C Minitalks and Extended Conversations 15 questions Section 2 Structure and Written Expression 40 questions Structure 25 minutes Writt...

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Education

If a person be insensitive, be it from numbing cold, exhaustion, drugs, genetic makeup, or upbringing, then the process of education is bogged down, and results come only after great efforts. Sensitivity in my integrated meaning is broad, covering literally the senses, so that deaf and blind people are less sensitive, as well as people whose senses work perfectly, but whose receptivity or thought processes are blunted for whatever reason. A person can be insensitive in one way, such as blind, and extraordinarily sensitive in another way, such as in hearing. It is also possible to be so ultra-sensitive that the result is disadvantageous. I expect no argument in asserting that a normal sensitivity is a healthy, indispensable ingredient for optimal education. Sensitivity can be heightened or blunted by education. It is intertwined with curiosity. An ideal education affords numerous and varied opportunities for students to touch, see, smell, listen, hear; to spark their curiosity. When I was a child the things that pleased me were largely other than the plants which have earned me a living as an adult. For example, I collected postage stamps, played basketball, was fond of listening to music, played all manner of games, but dealt only in a neutral, uninspired fashion with plants. The one thing that was constant and of supreme importance was my love of reading. I don't recall why, but by an early age, say age 9, I was a phenomenal reader of books, a habit that persisted all the way until college. Reading expands one's mind immensely. It fires the imagination, demonstrates grammar, teaches vocabulary, informs, challenges, helps one relax. In some cases it forces the mind to concentrate, as to understand. It can help build a moral or ethical framework, and help oneself form an individual worldview. Even an untraveled child, sitting...

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Upstream intermediate b2 teacher's book

or poetistryingto convey. Firstly, computers and computerlabsareveryexpensive tc e Computers requiretechnicrans whohaveto bepaidandit set up and maintain. For example,computersrequtre rsalsoexpensive to keepup to datewithsoftware. technicians whohaveto bepaidandit isalsoexpensive to keel - f Theywill losetheircommunication skillsthroughlackof up to datewithsoftware. practiceandmaywithdrawintothemselves. Furthermore, sittingin front of a computerscreenall da'; can makestudents feellonelyand bored.Theywill losethei' 5 2 E x p l a i tnh e t a s k P l a yt h e c a s s e t t eS s l i s t e n f, i l l i n t h e communicationskillsthroughlack of practiceand mal g a p sa n dc o m p l e t teh e t a s k C h e c k5 s 'a n s w e r s withdrawintothemselves. On the other hand,schoolsshouldusecomputersin the AnswerKey(5eeo...

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Solutions Advanced Workbook key

Is it something she's 2 about 9 century passed on to me genetically, or is it 3 like 10 assumed 1A Memories page 3 learned behaviour? Who knows? 4 of thought 1 See exercise 2 2 5 6 any fought believed...

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Home Assignments

01.041) 27.12.2012 Home Assignments. I Youtube clips: · A vision of K-12 students I personally think that Estonian learners are also digital learners. They spend more time at the computers or laptops or iPads etc. than read books or move outside. And another thing is that teachers are less capable in using technological appliances. But the latter mentioned fact is an advantage for us ­ teachers as well. It gives us an opportunity to provide our students to experience success. They can help and assist us if we need some technological help. Another thing is that in schools, in classes generally students are not allowed to use their appliances, so it means they have to communicate verbally as well. I think that teachers...

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