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Subject: Spanish

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Question:

Escribe unas oraciones sobre una fiesta o un festival que se celebran en un país hispano. Compara la fiesta con una de tus tradiciones o festivales culturales o religiosos. (English: Write a few sentences about a holiday or festival that is celebrated in a Hispanic country. Compare the holiday with one of your cultural or religious traditions or festivals.)

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Answer:

El rezo del niño es una tradición costarricense y católica. Durante los meses de enero y febrero, las personas reúnen en sus casas con sus familias y amigos para rezar el rosario con los cinco misterios del niño Cristo, cantar canciones de navidad y comer comida. Siempre hay un portal o un pasito (una escena con Jesús en el pesebre, María, José y los animales). Yo también celebro la navidad porque soy cristiana, pero aquí en los Estados Unidos, solo la celebramos en diciembre, no en enero ni febrero. Cada año, voy a servicios a mi iglesia para celebrar la navidad, pero no voy a servicios en las casas de mis amigos ni mi familia. Además, porque no soy católica, normalmente no rezo el rosario. (English: The "rezo del niño" (prayer of the Christ Child) is a Costa Rican and Catholic tradition. During the months of January and February, people gather at their homes with their families and friends to pray the rosary with the five mysteries of the Christ Child, sing Christmas songs, and eat food. There is always a "portal" or "pasito" (a scene with Jesus in the manger, Mary, Joseph, and the animals). I also celebrate Christmas because I am a Christian, but here in the United States, we only celebrate it in December, not in January or February. Each year, I go to services at my church to celebrate Christmas, but I don't go to services at my friends' or family's houses. Also, since I'm not Catholic, I don't normally pray the rosary.)

Subject: Biology

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Name and describe the processes of the nitrogen cycle that occur under aerobic conditions.

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Nitrification: ammonia (NH3) is oxidized to nitrite (NO2-) and then to nitrate (NO3-) by microorganisms. This nitrate is available for use by plants. Requires oxygen. Assimilation: the uptake of bioavailable nitrogen by plants through their roots. Does not require oxygen, but can occur under aerobic conditions. Nitrogen fixation: the conversion of atmospheric nitrogen (N2) into ammonium (NH3) by nitrogen-fixing bacteria or lightning. Requires oxygen. Ammonification: the conversion of organic nitrogen into ammonia by decomposers. Requires oxygen.

Subject: English as a Second Language

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Can you write a few sentences about what you did last week? (Spanish: ¿Podrías escribir algunas oraciones sobre qué hiciste la semana pasada?) (Skills involved: writing, grammar, conversation, practicing past tense in context)

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Answer:

Last week, I went to my classes, did my homework, and did my chores. I also helped my mom make dinner, and I played a game with my sister. I took care of my pets and spent time with my whole family. (Spanish: La semana pasada, fui a mis clases, hice mi tarea y hice mis quehaceres. También, ayudé a mi mamá cocinar la cena, y jugué un juego con mi hermana. Cuidé a mis mascotas y pasé tiempo con toda mi familia.)

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