Lesson 6G: Complex Sentences 5: Advance Purple Words

Lesson 6G: Complex Sentences 5: Advance Purple Words
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Lesson 6G Quiz: Complex Sentences 5: Advanced Purple Words
Question #1: Your shoes are the first thing that people subconsciously notice about you, so wear nice shoes to make positive a first impression.
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Question #2: If you are an adult who sits for more than 11 hours a day, there’s a 50 percent chance you will demise within the next 3 years.
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Question #3: There are at least 6 people in the world who look exactly like you and there’s a 90 percent chance you will meet one of them in your lifetime.
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Question #4: If you sleep without a pillow, you will reduce back pain; and also, sleeping this way keeps your spine stronger.
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Question #5: Peoples’ height is determined by their father and their weight is determined by their mother.
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Question #6: If part of your body falls asleep, you can almost always wake it up by shaking your head.
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Question #7: There are three things that the human brain cannot resist noticing: food, attractive people and danger.
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Question #8: Right-handed people tend to chew on their right side, but this is not necessarily the same concept for left-handed people.
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Question #9: If you place a try tea bag in your gym bag or inside smelly shoes, it will absorb the unpleasant odor.
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Question #10: According to Albert Einstein, if honey bees were to disappear from the earth, humans would be passed away within four years.
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Question #11: There over 7500 different apple types, and if you ate a new one every day, it would take over 20 years to try them all.
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Question #12: You can survive without eating for weeks, but you will only live 11 days without sleeping.
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Question #13: People who laugh a lot are healthier than those who don’t.
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Question #14: A human brain is an extraordinary mechanism because it has a capacity to store 5 times as much information as Wikipedia; and it also uses the same amount of power as a 10-watt light bulb, which is 10 amps per volt of energy!
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Question #15: Most body temperatures average 98.6, and this gives off enough heat in10 minutes to boil 1.5 liters of water.
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Question #16: Our stomach acid is not only strong enough to dissolve food; it can dissolve razor blades too.
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Question #17: People that smile often are much happier; in fact, consistent smiling eliminates depression and is the ultimate antidepressant.
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Question #18: Everyone has bad dreams; but when you have a recurring nightmare, your negative emotions that represent leftover parts of poorly processed experiences carry over into dreams.
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Question #19: There is a new internal deodorant that makes it so your gas and poop don't stink, and it is called bismuth subgallate; it makes your flatulence and bowel movements completely odor-free but it may discolor your tongue and stool. flatulence and bowel movements completely odor-free.
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Question #20: Rhubarb doesn't get a lot of love (unless it's in a pie), but the stalky plant does have an amazing talent; it grows so fast you can actually hear it.
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Question #21: Sharks have a bad reputation for being merciless killers: but when it comes to sheer numbers, falling coconuts kill 150 people worldwide each year while sharks only kill about ten.
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Question #22: Wyoming is known for being sparsely populated, inhabiting just 580,000 people; but perhaps the funniest illustration of this is the fact that there are only two escalators in the entire state, both housed in banks.
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Question #23: If you dread looking at your inbox, you've got a good reason—in 2018, researchers found that spam emails account for 60 to 70 percent of all email traffic and up to half of all indexed data on the Internet, meaning that two out of every three emails sent is spam.
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Question #24: NASA experts believe there could be anywhere from 100 billion to 400 billion stars in the Milky Way galaxy; however, a 2015 paper published in the journal Nature estimated that the number of trees around the world is much higher: 3.04 trillion.
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Question #25: For the last few billion years, the Moon's gravity has been raising tides in Earth's oceans, which the fast spinning Earth attempts to drag ahead of the sluggishly orbiting Moon; the result is that the Moon is being pushed away from the Earth about two inches per year.
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Question #26: Although the acceleration of gravity at the north and south poles are extreme, the gravity at the equator is less, due to the centrifugal force; so, if you weighed 100 pounds at the north pole on a spring scale, at the equator, it would weigh 99.65, approximately one percent less at the equator.
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Question #27: Soldiers do not march in unison across bridges because they could cause mechanical resonance—a vibration that creates a force strong enough collapse what appears to be a solid and immovable bridge; an object at the same frequency as the object’s natural frequency can amplify the vibration of the object and cause it to collapse from the movement.
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