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committed/ dedicated/ devoted to teaching young people about safety; concerned/worried/anxious about taking part in the race; felt sure/convinced/confident of his ability to win; thrilled/excited/enthusiastic about joining the skydiving team/// complained ABOUT, insist ON, admitted TO, involved IN, prevented FROM, deal WITH, rely ON, determinated TO, confratulated me ON, keen ON// PUT OFF: retrasar/ BACK OFF: retroceder/ CALL OFF: cancelar/ TOLD OFF: llamar la atención/ SELL SB OFF: say goodbye/ GONE OFF: explotar / WEAR OFF: disminuir/ CUT OFF: separado

V/N/A: educate/education/educated, terrify/terror/terrifying, strenghten/strength/strong, criticise/critic/critical, endanger/danger/dangerous

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Is the art or study ofusing language to persuade or please people.In ancient Greece it was considered of great importance to be able to speak in public, argue a case and persuade others to agree with what they were saying. People were thought to be more powerful if they could employ good rhetoric.No, it is a rather negative term. However, Mark Atkinson believes that rhetorical techniques are still alive and well today. They can help to move an audience.To get applause i.E. Clapping, or other positive reaction.They are not only simple but strangely familiar to us. Some people use them without realizing that this is what they are doing.

Assyrian empire contributions

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Mesopotamian  =tigres +Euphrates rivers

Indian =Ganges + Indus rivers
Egyptian =nilo  river 
Chinese= Yellow river  
 Why rivers because they give us water to live,trade  easy to find water close too you ,art,food fish animals,cultivate ,travel,hygiene 
Cities= commerce=trade of goods +products and cultural exchange
Social differences= some people are more powerful
Start of writing + science =to keep laws and contracts and calendars 
1 awilum=kings nobles priests and officials
2 muskenum peasants artisans muchants 
3 wordum slaves 
2300 BC Akkadian empire =king Sargon and the 1 empire 
1800BC Babylonian =Hammurabi (his laws code)written on stone the 1760BC nebuchadnezzer || 
1350 BC Assyrian increase in trade warrior people ,war
593 BC Persian
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role of lang:Poland had been partitioned at d end of d 18th century by d Great Powers, Russia, Prussia and austria.Even though poland no longer existed as an independent country but national feelings were kept alive through d language.1.D emphasis on language was made not just 2 recover an ancient national spirit but 2 carry the modern nationalist messafe to large audiences who were mostly illiterate.2.After the russian occupation of poland,polish lang was forced out of schools and the russian lang imposed everywhere.3. Many membs of the clergy in poland began to use lang as a weapon of national resistance.4.Polish was used for church gathering and all religious instructions.5.The use of polish thus came to be seen as a symbol of struggle... Continue reading "Homework" »


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tympanum-semi circular or triangle decorative wall surface over an entrance, bounded by a lintel+arch, often contains sculpture; autun-commune in france, founded by augustus 30to100thousdand people lived there; theodora-empress of byzantine empire, wife of justinian, 1 most influential and powerful,dome-shrine located on temple mount in jerusalem, 691 oldest islamic achric; hagia-537, changed history of architect, largest cathedral for years;chant-church music sung as a single vocal line; bohethius-roman senator declared himself king, was executed in 524 on charges of conspiracy to overthrow him, while jailed wrote consolation of philosophy

Law And justice

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Dual Federalism:each governmnet is independent and exercises its power without the assistance of other governmnets.

Doctrine of Nullification:its adherents believed they could nullify laws that they considered unconstitutional.

Civil War:conflict between the states and the federal government culminated in the Civil War.The ones advocating state´s rights lost.

Gibbon v. Ogden:the Supreme Court,under the leadership of Chief Justice John Marshall,ruled in favor of Gibbons.The court broadly difined commerce to include not only transportation of goods but also the means of transportation.

Federal Income Tax.

The rise of the national government to prominence above the states was made possoble in part by the institution of the federal income tax.


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short answer

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  • Chapter 19: Workbook Pages 151-15

  • Triple Entente:  informal understanding between the Russian Empire, the French Third Republic, and Great Britain

Triple Alliance : The Triple Alliance was an agreement between Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy.

Schlieffen Plan : A plan designed for germany to avoid a two front war. By invading belgium to get to france.

Creeping Barrage:  tactic was that rained a moving curtain of heavy fire ahead of an attacking infantry.

Trench :  deep ditches used in battles, to cover against enemy. 

Armistice:  agreement of warring parties to stop fighting.

Spanish American War

The Spanish–American War was an armed conflict between Spain and the United States in 1898. Hostilities began in the aftermath of the internal explosion

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Battle of adowa league of nations

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9.What causes systems designed to maintain peace to fail or succeed?

One system created to maintain peace was The League of Nations (LON). It was promoted during the WWI by Woodrow Wilson (USA president). This league was created in 1920 with the idea of prevent another catastrophic conflict or war through discussion, negotiation and diplomacy.

The LON provided to all their members’ (at its peak there were 60 members) some aims:  the first is collective security, which means protect every nation from other attacks. The second was help countries with disputes to settle their problems peacefully. The third was encouraging all the country members to reduce its armaments. The last one was promoting the international cooperation with problems.


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POLITICAL RIVALRY ALLIANCES IN EUROPE the desire for territory was of course the desire for power africa was divided up after 1885 PATROTISM: people were deeply patriotic. They wanted their own country to be the best and sucecessful. THE ARMS RACE: germany and russia were building up massive armies.Germany and britain were building up lots of new warships. WAR PLANS: war was accepted as a way for countries to get what the wanted.Some wanted a war.Others say it was inevitable.This caused a dangerous climate war. RIVAL EMPIRE: each european power had an overseas empire. Britain had the biggest.Germany wanted. ALLIANCES: countries made alliances with each other.They promised to protect each other in the event of an atttack by an aggresor. THE
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ww2 causes

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1919: The Treaty of Versailles signed
Hitler writes a book in Prison
1929: The global depression begins in America
Hitler becomes Chancellor of Germany
Hitler begins to rebuild his army in secret
Abyssina invasion: The league is dead
Rhineland reoccupied
The spanish civil war
Annexation of Austria into Germany
The munich Agreement
Nazis invade Czechoslovakia
The Nazi-Soviet Non-Agression pact
Invasion of poland
Sep 1939: Britain declares war on Germany
TheSecond World War on Germany