Who wants to be a Millionaire?. Hosted by Ms. Sarah Bailie. Confident?. The Prizes. 8 - $16,000 9 - $32,000 10 - $64,000 11 - $125,000 12 - $250,000 13 - $500,000 14 - $1,000,000. 1 - $100 2 - $200 3 - $500 4 - $1,000 5 - $2,000 6 - $4,000 7 - $8,000. Lifelines.
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Who wants to be a Millionaire?
Hosted by Ms. Sarah Bailie
1 - $100
2 - $200
3 - $500
4 - $1,000
5 - $2,000
6 - $4,000
7 - $8,000
A persons constant, inherited, genetic endowment.
B - phenotype
This word means ‘a search’
B - exodus
The journey through the snow was so long and so cold, that many of the travellers __________ before arriving at their destination.
B - diaspora
I didn’t know if the new rose coloured couch would match my living room, so I asked for a __________ of the fabric to take home and check before buying.
B - snippet
Some people believe that dogs and cats are __________ animals because they run away before a big earthquake or flood.
B - mutation
The skull of the oldest woman alive was __________ ‘Eve’ by researchers.
B - deciphered
When the old man in ‘The Chaser’ shows Alan the ‘life cleaner’, this is an example of:
B - metaphor
The scorpion in ‘The Pearl’ was an example of :
B - symbol
In ‘The Chaser’, the old man wants Alan to understand that obsession and possession do not represent love. This is an example of:
B - conflict
When the old man calls the poison ‘life cleaner’, this is an example of what kind of irony:
B - situational
An example of ____________ was in the 19th century when the Irish left Ireland for America
B - intuitions
This word is something the scientists look for to understand how people are related through MTDNA
B - eon
AWL stands for:
B– Academic Word Language
‘Tone’ in literature is used to describe:
B– a lesson in a story
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