Lesson 6F: Complex Sentences 4: Advance Purple Words

Lesson 6F: Complex Sentences 4: Advance Purple Words
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Lesson 6F Quiz: Complex Sentences 4: Advanced Purple Words
Question #1: Octopuses have copper-based blood instead of iron-based blood, which is why their blood is blue rather than red.
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Question #2: The Statue of Liberty was made with copper, but due to oxidation, it changed to green.
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Question #3: There is a stress hormone called cortisol that is concentrated in tears; you literally cry out your stress.
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Question #4: Humans are born with the two fears: falling and loud noises; every other fear is learned.
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Question #5: You once held a world record when you were born for being the youngest person on the planet.
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Question #6: Hugs that last over 20 seconds release chemicals in your body called “oxytocin” that makes you trust someone more.
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Question #7: There is a volcano in Indonesia, the Kawah Ijen, where a combination of sulfuric gasses and light make it spew dazzling, electric blue fire flames, which can be seen streaming down the mountain at night.
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Question #8: The world’s quietest place on earth, an anechoic (free from echo) room at Orfield Laboratories in Minnesota, is so quiet that it is -9 decibels, quiet enough to hear your blood flowing.
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Question #9: The banana is a happy fruit; eating just one can help you relieve irritable emotions, anger or depression.
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Question #10: There is a temple in in Ellora, India, that is the only worldwide structure that is carved out of a single rock starting from the reverse: first the roof, then the pillars, and finally the base.
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Question #11: An octopus that was thought to have 8 legs, actually has 6 arms and 2 tentacle-like limbs that act as legs, moving across the sea bed using their two rearmost limbs, and leaving the other six free for the important business of feeding.
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Question #12: A tiger’s tongue is so rough that it can lick the paint of buildings and strip the skin from the bones of an animal.
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Question #13: Elephants have tremendous noses because they can smell water from long distances; for instance, if water is three miles away from them, they can smell it.
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Question #14: There is a certain person who is someone who sleeps all day and works at night; this type of person is called a lychnoobite.
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Question #15: The bowhead whale is the oldest mammal because can live for longer than two centuries.
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Question #16: The Passage du Gois, an unsafe road in France for traveling, can only be used for car/vehicle travel twice per day, and only for a few hours; then, a nearby rising tide floods it, making it disappear under 13 feet of water.
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Question #17: Australia’s Lake Hillier is a place where the water is naturally pink, caused by specific algae species and bacteria, indigenous to that lake area.
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Question #18: 85 percent of people have experienced a dream so real that they were not sure if it happened in real life or not.
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Question #19: Without your pinky finger, your hand would lose 50 percent of its strength.
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Question #20: Three people once stole the secret recipe of Coke and contacted Pepsi to sell it. Pepsi immediately informed Coke and the FBI about it. Now, a huge vault in Atlanta keeps the secret formula of coca cola.
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Question #21: Because your body sheds dead skin cells on a relentless basis (30,000-40,000 per minute), those dead skin cells need a place to go; so, the dust under your bed is actually your own dead skin.
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Question #22: Only 25 people in the world are known to have Hyperthymesia, a condition that allows a person to remember every detail in his/her life; this means that he or she can recall the almost every personal experience, including those specific date of each event in his or her whole lifetime.
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Question #23: Bananas are curved because they grow against the pull of gravity. They start off hanging downwards, but as they get bigger, they start trying to grow upwards to get more sun and end up having a curved shape.
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Question #24: Cows have best friends and get stressed when they are separated.
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Question #25: In the west side of Sydney, Australia, Homebush Bay, there is a 102-year-old ship, which has turned into a floating forest.
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Question #26: When you see a rainbow, they only appear as half circles from the ground because there is not rain below the person viewing it; but when you are in the sky, rainbows appear as full circles.
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Question #27: Talking to yourself, called self-talk or external talk, looks like an eccentric quirk, but researchers say that this is a good way to help behavior and thinking; it helps you maintain your focus while completing a task, and also helps you to look more logically at situations.
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Question #28: Currently, India is the only country in the world confirmed to have both lions and tigers in its wilderness.
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Question #29: Germany has officially abolished college tuition fees, even for international students.
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Question #30: Research confirms that humans love dogs more than people; they have more empathy for dogs than they do for other humans.
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Question #31: In Japanese schools, students do not get any exams until they reach the fourth grade because the goal for the first three years of school is not to judge the students’ abilities to memorize, but scholars want to establish good manners and to develop children’s character.
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Question #32: Giethoorn Village in the Netherlands is a popular tourist attraction; it has no roads and the only form of transportation is by boat.
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Question #33: Dubai’s Burj Khalifa, the highest building in the world, is so extremely tall that you can see the same sunset and sunrise twice in a day.
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Question #34: Baby elephants suck their trunks just like baby humans suck their thumbs. And they do it for the same reason: comfort
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Question #35: Swans only have one partner for their whole life; if their partner dies, they could pass away from a broken heart.
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Question #36: Dogs are capable of understanding up to 250 words and gestures; the average dog is as intelligent as a two-year-old.
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Question #37: Tea is the most consumed drink in the world after water.
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Question #38: Iceland is the only country in the world without any mosquitoes, snakes, or other reptiles.
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Question #39: There is a naturally occurring black rose that only grows in one place, a small village in Turkey called Halfeti; but they only appear black in the summer months.
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Question #40: Ants never sleep and they also don’t have lungs. Oxygen enters through the tiny holes all over the body and carbon dioxide leaves through the same holes.
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Question #41: Everyone has a signature odor (determined by your genes), like a fingerprint; and studies show that even of you change your diet, your smell does not change.
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Question #42: The Soviet Unions’ scientific drilling project that attempted to drill as deep as possible into the Earth’s crust created the deepest hole ever drilled by humans on earth; the Kola Superdeep Borehole has the depth of 12 km, or approximately 7.5 miles, which is deeper than the ocean’s depth.
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Question #43: Although 25,000,000 of your cells died while you were reading this sentence (within a half-minute), that is okay because your body makes more than 50-70 billion new cells per day!
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