General English : General Elementary English Questions and Answers

1. I have been ________ English for 5 years.

2. He told them that there was a ________ treasure in the land and they would have to look for it when he had gone.

3. Yesterday I ________ to an archeological site because I want to be an archeologist.

4. He wanted his sons to pay as much ________ to the cultivation of the farm as he had done many years.

5. Most people don't want to study Latin because it is a ________ language.

6. Who said growing up was ________ ?

7. There's a new software program on the market that's supposed to protect your computer from any ________ .

8. I've forgotten the name of my teacher but I think it is something like ________ .

9. When we walked into the school, we saw that the students were working very ________ .

10. The problems I have ________ the language are to do with spelling.

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    Specific Heat

    Temperature and Heat:
    We know that different substances are differently affected by heat. Some substances, like water, change their temperature slowly when heated; others, like mercury, change their temperature very rapidly when heated. The number of calories needed by 1 gram of a substance in order that its temperature may be increased 1 C. is called the specific heat of a substance; or, specific heat is the number of calories given out by 1 gram of a substance when its temperature falls 1 C. For experiments on the determination of specific heat, see Laboratory Manual.

    Water has the highest specific heat of any known substance except hydrogen; that is, it requires more heat to raise the temperature of water a definite number of degrees than it does to raise the temperature of an equal amount of any other substance the same number of degrees. Practically this same thing can be stated in another way: Water in cooling gives out more heat than any other substance in cooling through the same number of degrees. For this reason water is used in foot warmers and in hot-water bags. If a copper lid were used as a foot warmer, it would give the feet only.095 as much heat as an equal weight of water; a lead weight only.031 as much heat as water. Flatirons are made of iron because of the relatively high specific heat of iron. The flatiron heats slowly and cools slowly, and, because of its high specific heat, not only supplies the laundress with considerable heat, but eliminates for her the frequent changing of the flatiron.

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