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What was Neil Armstrong the first man to do?
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Gravity on the moon is less than on Earth. How much less?
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Which of the following are the three life groups?
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Which is the following is not a type of vertebrate animal?
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What percentage of the earth is water?
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How long have humans been around on the earth?
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What are the 4 parts that make up every computer?
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Which part of the computer would you find an Algorithm ( this means a series of commands)?
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What is the first line of defence against virus and bacteria?
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Which of these cells exist in the body and help fight off viruses in the blood?
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By what name is Siddhartha more commonly known?
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Why was Siddhartha allowed to keep the swan?
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What did Ibn Battuta use to guide him in the desert?
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For which religion is Mecca the holy city?
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What is 36% as a decimal?
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What is 60% plus \[\frac{1}{5}\] as a decimal ?
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What is \[\frac{1}{4}\] as a decimal?
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What is 65% as a fraction?
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What is 2.35 +4.24
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What is 8.74 - 6.98?
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What is 2.3 x 4.24
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What is 9.24 divided by 4.2?
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Which prefix do you add to the word "hero"?
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Which prefix do you add to the word "biography"?
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Which prefix do you add to the word "agree"?
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What is the rule for adding a suffix to a root word ending in 2 consonants?
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What is the rule for adding a suffix to a root word that has a short vowel followed by a consonant?
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What is the rule for adding a suffix to a root word ending in a consonant followed by an "e"?
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What is the rule for adding a suffix to a root word ending in a consonant followed by a "y"?
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Adding "-ing" to a word ending in "y" is an exception to the rule. Add "-ing" to Cry and Ski - what do you get?
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Adding -ment to a root word, usually doesn't change the root word. However if the root word is 2 syllables and ends in y then you:
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What do you get when you add the suffix "-ment" to the root word "argue"?
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What do you get when you add the suffix "-ly" to the root words "true", "due", and "whole"?
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Adding -ly to a root word, usually doesn't change the root word. However if the root word is 2 syllables and ends in "y", and has a consonant before the "y", then you:
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What is the rule when adding -ly to a root word ending in -le?
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What is the rule when adding -ly to a root word ending in -ic?
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What is the rule for adding the suffix "-ation" to a root word ending in 2 consonants?
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What is the rule for adding the suffix "-ation" to a root word that ends in a consonant followed by "y"?
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What is the rule for adding the suffix "-ation" to a root word ending in a consonant followed by an "e"?
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Are there any exceptions to the rules when adding the suffix "-ation"?