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Review 28 · V · 08

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The elements in the Mendeleev table are ordered by their atomic mass in growing.
The horizontal rows are called periods and vertical columns are called groups.
is called the periodic table because the properties of elements depend on atomic mass and
regularly repeated

Moseley's Periodic Law, the properties of elements are periodic function of atomic number.
In the
electron current periodic table are ordered by atomic number.
The elements of a same group have the same outer electron configuration and chemical properties
The components of the same period have the same number of levels of electrons and that amount
coincides with the period number.
Inert gases have their last full level (with exceptions) and are chemically inactive.
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CARNE:Beef:C.d vaca* ternera* oveja* cordero.
VEGETABLES: Cucumber=Pepino*Onion:Cebolla*Cabbage:Col*Broccoli. Cauliflower *Mushroom:Champiñns*Radishes:Rabanos Lettuce:Lexuga* Tomate:Tomate

Traquea=Trachea. Pulmon=Lung Corazon=Heart. Higado=Liver. Riñon=Kidney. Intestinos=Intestines.
*HUESOS: Craneo=Skull // Esternon=Breastbone // Costilla=Rib //Pelvis=Hip-Bone //Rotula=Kneecop.
*MATERIAL:Bed=Cama Patient=Paciente Plaster=Yeso Scissors=Tijers Syringe=Jeringuilla Dripstond=Pie d suero Gloves=Guants Crutch=Muletas Straw=Pajita Oinment=Pomada Pills=Pastillas.
Suffers from
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 QUELL - to put down, squelch
 VICARIOUSLY - to live through another's experience
 RECTITUDE - high standards or personal conduct
 DECORUM -proper behavior, good manners in public
 INEXORABLE - relentless, unstoppable
 EGREGIOUS -  a very bad error
 EXHORT - to urge or force someone to do something
 TRAVAIL - hard, distasteful work
 INEFFABLE -cannot be expressed or put into words
 Professional Development
 Presidents' Day
 IMMACULATE - very clean
 TRANSLUCENT -will allow light to pass through
 IMPERMEABLE - cannot pass through
 ASTUTE -shrewd, smart, keen-minded

Carta informal

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Cedral, May 12, 2010
Melissa Salud!

Friday, December 18, a special date
My graduation.T prompt has sat at 3:00 the after-noon in the church of Cedral ago after a celebration in my house at 6:00 pm after the delicious food there

A bientot
Ton friend


San Carlos, May 12, 2010
Ms. Maria Gonzales
Cantonal Committee
San Carlos, Costa Rica

Madam: For half my way to your compliance with all the silliciter the permission of the Hall of San Roque
To achieve our graduation
Thank him his attention and wait for his response
Thank you very much!

Generation 2010
students of Secundaire
Lycee Francisco AH

French - Imperative & verbo pronominal

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The Imperfect:

Je -------->-ais
Your -------->-ais
Nous --->-ions
Vous --->-IEZ

* The root of the verb in the imperfect is removed from the root of the 1st person plural present. Less would be Être et -

-L 'oreille: Ear-Les fesses: ass / Butt
-La bouche: Boca-Le mollet: Twin
"The lèvre: Lip-Le coeur: Heart
"I cou: Neck-The Gorge Gorge
"I pred: Pie-Le once: Nose
"I Yeuse: Eyes-La tête: Head
-Le bras: Arm-Les dents: Teeth
-The Belly: Gut

* Il a mal le pied * Elle a mal aux dents.

Composé spent with pronominal verbs:


Reflexive pronoun 1.
2 nd is followed the correct form of être.
3 The verb to be but that matches the gender and number.
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List of past participles

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Go-go. learn-learned, sit-sit
wait, wait, have-been, beat (is)-beat
drink-drank, select-chosen, including understand-
lead-led-known knowledge, build-built, run-ran, think - thought, discover, discovered, defend, defend, demolish, demolished. down-down, destroyed, destroyed, Becoming become must-have, say, say, sleeping, sleeping, writing, writing, hear-hear, be-summer-do actually have to-had, finally, finally, heal- cured-ban prohibits read-read, lie-lie, put-put, to die-out, offer-available, open-open, go-party-painted wallpaper, lose-lose, permit-license-like rain. rain-rained-pu power take-taken-anticipated plan, produce, product, promise, promise, receive, received, recognized, acknowledged, think-thought, make-record, respond-answered,... Continue reading "List of past participles" »

Expresiones temporales

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certain(e)s: ciertos,ciertas

auncun/aucune: ningún,ningúna

quelque'un: alguien

autre: otro,otra

autres: los otros,las otras

chacun/chacune: cada uno/cada una.

plusieurs: muchos/as, algunos/as

tout/toute: todo/a

tous/toutes: todos/as

rien: nada

personne: nadie, (detras de ne)


mêmes: mismos/as


PASSÉ:  Il y a trois mois: hace tres meses/hier: ayer/avant-hier: antes de ayer/ les mois dernier: el mes pasado

PRESENT: Maintenant: ahora/en ce moment: en este momento/ aujourd'hui: hoy en dia

FUTUR:la semaine prochaine: la semana que viene/ demain: mañana/ dans trois jours. dentro de 3 dias/

l'anne prochaine: el año que viene/après demain: pasado mañana

Vocabulary: Parts of the body in French

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The Head: The Tête
Eyes / The Ojoles Yeux / L'oeil
Nose: The Nez
The Chest: Help Visit
The Claw: L'ongle
The Hand: The Main
The Pimple: Le Mollet
Foot: Le Pied
The Thigh: Le cuisse
The ass: Les Fesses
Back: Two Le
Shoulder: L'Epaule
Neck: Le Cou
Elbow: Le Coude
La Boca: La Bouche
La Oreja: L'oreille
Arm: Le Bras
The Finger: Le doigt
Leg: La Jambe
The Knee: Le Senou
The Briiga: Le Ventre
The Wrist: Le poignet


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I get up at seven o'clock in the morning, get dressed, I comb and half past seven I took the little breakfast for seven forty-five I leave for school and I had come out two hours el half of the after-noon. I get a na bination has two forty-five ET has just three hours I stay. was half past three I see the novel and a half past four I'm doing homework and studying for class. I had six hours surfing the internet and seven hours I sign out. was half past eight I shower and put on pajamas. was half past nine I dine and watch TV until eleven at night. has onza hours I prepare the backpack for the next one and eleven Qart I lie.

Tenses and

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DisDatMasc -CeMascBeforeVowel -CetFem -Cette
TheseThoseMasc -Ces"            "            - cesCes
Sujet -quiCoi -DontCod -QueOu/dont