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Humanities for Kids Final Exam

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Question 1 1. The number seventy-four (74) in Spanish would be _____.

Question 2 2. Putting numbers together like 10 and 7 makes seventeen (17), or diecisiete. Why does this work?

Question 3 3. How is it suggested to learn Spanish counting numbers?

Question 4 4. Cuatro, cinco, seis in English means _____.

Question 5 5. What was Ella's nickname?

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Question 6 6. What was Ella Fitzgerald's original act for the Apollo Theater's talent contest supposed to be?

Question 7 7. Which of the following is one of Duke Ellington's most famous songs?

Question 8 8. Ella was able to imitate instruments while singing. What is this called?

Question 9 9. Many of today's Arapaho are now Christians. What other religion do some of them follow?

Question 10 10. Which of the following Plains Indians tribe is known for living in earth lodges?

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Question 11 11. The Arapaho were a nomadic people. What does 'nomadic' mean?

Question 12 12. Which of these statements about the Crow tribe is TRUE?

Question 13 13. This traditional dance is often performed in Hawaii, and tells a story to music.

Question 14 14. What is the original reason to celebrate Easter?

Question 15 15. St. Lucia was a _____, which means she died for practicing her religion.

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Question 16 16. What Australian plant is used in holiday decorations for Christmas?

Question 17 17. Frederic Chopin is one of the most prolific musical composers of all time. What does the word prolific mean in this sentence?

Question 18 18. Where do some historians believe the word ''Yankee'' in ''Yankee Doodle'' came from?

Question 19 19. Where was Louis Armstrong born?

Question 20 20. Who did Bach live with after his parents died?

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Question 21 21. What is architecture?

Question 22 22. What important natural resource does Saudi Arabia have a lot of?

Question 23 23. Why are leopard cats called carnivores?

Question 24 24. Mount Everest is part of which mountain range in China?

Question 25 25. Lowry's paintings of city life typically included _____ and few _____.

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Question 26 26. Which one of the following national parks did Ansel Adams' parents take him to visit when he was 14 years old?

Question 27 27. Frida was born and died at her family home, _____ in Mexico. Today, it is a museum that tourists can visit.

Question 28 28. Why are Ansel Adams' photographs in black and white?

Question 29 29. What prompted James Naismith to create the game of basketball?

Question 30 30. In soccer, how many people play at one time per team?

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Question 31 31. Which one of the following refers to the exchange of a pawn for another chess piece?

Question 32 32. Who helped develop hockey teams and league competitions in Canada in the late 1800s?

Question 33 33. According to Irish legend, the lost soul Jack carried a lantern made of _____ .

Question 34 34. What is NOT an important reason to study history?

Question 35 35. Which religion believes that God came to Earth as Jesus Christ?

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Question 36 36. LEGO means 'play well' in what language?

Question 37 37. What toxic substance was found in the water in Flint, Michigan?

Question 38 38. Which stage of grief involves pretending that nothing bad has happened?

Question 39 39. Why is stereotyping a bad thing?

Question 40 40. What is one way to show respect to others?

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Question 41 41. As a doctor, Freud was most interested in which of the following?

Question 42 42. What is self-esteem?

Question 43 43. Which of the following does NOT experience emotions?

Question 44 44. What is luminance?

Question 45 45. How do Spanish numbers in the tens use the number 10?

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Question 46 46. What instrument was John Coltrane famous for playing?

Question 47 47. How did the Crow tribe obtain most of their food?

Question 48 48. What special day is a part of Christmas celebrations in Sweden and a few other European countries?

Question 49 49. The musical composer Frederic Chopin was born in _____.

Question 50 50. What is an ecosystem?

Humanities for Kids Final Exam Instructions

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