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Grade 10 :: Zoology by lolaannnnn
Entomology is the study of
  1. insects.
  2. engineering.
  3. animal form.
  4. plants.
Grade 5 :: Atmosphere by 4321Tamika
The study of weather
  1. rain gauge
  2. meteorology
  3. hurricane
Grade 9 :: Geography by wallace
Geography is the study of
  1. physical and human features
  2. man and his environment
  3. money and economics
  4. man and animals
Grade 7 :: Atmosphere by yeates30216
Meteorology is the study of                   
  1. meteors
  2. Earth's atmosphere
  3. meters
  4. animals
Grade 6 :: Ancient History by kltarket
College :: Ecology by aem492
Which of the following is a good definition for ecology?
  1. The study of life
  2. Study of human interactions with matter and energy resources
  3. Study of embryo development
  4. Study of relationships between organisms and the environment
  5. Study of the classification or organisms
Grade 8 :: Atmosphere by SheilaH
Meteorology is the study of....
  1. rocks
  2. weather
  3. meteors
Grade 6 :: Vocabulary by shelleygeorge
a careful study:
  1. ally
  2. analysis
  3. atrocious
  4. client
Grade 11 :: Anatomy and Physiology by hackneyd
Which statement best defines Anatomy & Physiology?
  1. The study of living organisms
  2. The study of plants
  3. The study of structure and function of the human body
  4. The study of tissue
Grade 7 :: Prefixes and Suffixes by szeiger
Grade 5 :: Lab Practices and Tools by Severud
Character Study by Sharon
Character Study
Grade 8 :: Character Study by shelleygeorge
When a reader has to infer what the character is like based on what he says, thinks, or does is called:
  1. direct characterization
  2. indirect characterization
  3. the author's message
  4. point of view
Grade 8 :: Character Study by shelleygeorge
He was a very shy, quiet man.
This is an example of:
  1. Indirect Characterization
  2. Direct Characterization
Grade 8 :: Character Study by shelleygeorge
"I've always thought of her as a very special person," Mrs. Jones said of her neighbor, Mary.

In the above statement, indirect characterization is revealed through the following method:
  1. the character's thoughts, actions or words
  2. the character's physical appearance
  3. the thoughts, actions, or words of another character
  4. the author directly tells the reader about the character
Grade 7 :: Character Study by SarahKBiddle
A dynamic character...
  1. doesn't change
  2. changes physically
  3. changes personality
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