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1 Warm Up 2/4/13 Why?

2 Warm Up 2/4/13 A balloon is propelled by air pressure that forces air out the opening.

3 Warm Up 2/5/13

4 This airplane has hardly any space between the seats. atmosphere molecules propel barometer separate flight Air – (v) broadcast on tv/radio Air – (n) gaseous atmosphere Aerial Aerodynamic Airline Airplane airport It seems that several rockets are needed.

5 Warm Up 2/6/13 Her classmates felt very sad about Irina’s illness, so they sent her a get-well card.

6 Warm Up 2/6/13 Britta said, “London’s Heathrow Airport is the busiest international airport in the world.” Her classmates felt very sad about Irina’s illness, so they sent her a get-well card.

7 Warm Up 2/7/13 Write

8 Warm Up 2/7/13 Learn about; figure out; determine conceited sheik Write The Gossamer Albatross is a special aircraft built to be powered by human muscles. The bicycle is enclosed in a thin shell for protection.

9 Warm Up 2/8/13 An Amazing English Sentence: Why is it so amazing? (Hint: You can COUNT on this to be a tough one!) “I do not know where family doctors acquired illegibly perplexing handwriting; nevertheless, extraordinary pharmaceutical intellectuality counterbalancing indecipherability transcendentalizes intercommunication’s incomprehensibleness.”

10 Warm Up 2/8/13 An Amazing English Sentence: Why is it so amazing? (Hint: You can COUNT on this to be a tough one!) “I do not know where family doctors acquired illegibly perplexing handwriting; nevertheless, extraordinary pharmaceutical intellectuality counterbalancing indecipherability transcendentalizes intercommunication’s incomprehensibleness.”


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