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Vocabulary 6-5-1

 
elements - the basic component parts
 
foundation - the basis
 
vital - essential
 
rituals - formal and customarily repeated acts
 
preserve - maintain, continue
 
unique - being the only one of its kind
 
ceremony - a formal act or series of acts performed in some regular way according to fixed rules
 
economics - a social science concerned with description and analysis of the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services

 

FILL IN THE BLANK

 
We attended the wedding last Friday.
 
The of the United States is superior to other countries.
 
It is important that we our natural resources.
 
Our family has special that we follow.
 
A healthy diet is to maintaining a healthy heart.
 
The of our beliefs is grounded in religion.
 
 My dad says I am a individual.
 
We're learning the basic of quality writing in class.

 

SELECT THE CORRECT ANSWER

 
Rituals are carried out

occasionally, repeatedly, or never

 
Which of the following is vital to human survival?

gifts, food, or friends

 
If something is unique, it is of a kind.

three, one, or two

 

Which of the following can be described as a ceremony?

movie, wedding, or vacation

 
Which of the following is considered the foundation of a building?

windows, roof, or basement

 

Which of the following is the basic element of an apple pie?

sugar, apples, or crust

 
If your teacher likes to preserve a quiet atmosphere in the classroom, which word best describes the word preserve?

maintain, enjoy, or order

 
Which of the following words comes from the word economy?

money, economics, or production

 

 

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