mercado Es de…
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perdón
Irreg.
sole
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mercado 100
• It is hand-made. Está …
Answer 100
• Hecho(a) a mano
mercado 200
• ¿Cómo se dice “a sculpture” en español?
Answer 200
• Una escultura
mercado 300
• ¿Cómo se dice “inexpensive” en español?
Answer 300
• Barato (a)
mercado 400
• ¿Cómo se dice “portrait” en español?
Answer 400
• retrato
mercado 500
• ¿Cómo se dice “unique/one of a kind” en
español?
Answer 500
• Único (a)
Es de…
100
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¿Cómo se dice “made of wood” en español?
Answer 100
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De madera
Es de…
200
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¿Cómo se dice “made of gold” en español?
Answer 200
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De oro
Es de…
300
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¿Cómo se dice “made of leather” en español?
Answer 300
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De cuero
Es de…
400
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¿Cómo se dice “esta escultura de de piedra” en
inglés?
Answer 400
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This sculpture is made of stone
Es de…
500
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¿Cómo se dice “made of silver” en español?
Answer 500
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De plata
Perdón 100
¿Cómo se dice “pase, por favor” en
inglés?
Answer 100
Come in (pass, go ahead), please.
Perdón 200
¿Cómo se dice “Me deja ver…” en inglés?
Answer 200
Can I see…? Will you let me see…?
Perdón 300
¿Cómo se dice “excuse me” en español?
Answer 300
Con permiso / disculpe / Perdóneme
Perdón 400
¿Cómo se dice “You’re welcome” en
español?
Answer 400
De nada / No hay de qué
Perdón 500
You ask the vendedor – “¿Me deja ver esa
pulsera?”
What would he probably say?
Answer 500
“Con mucho gusto”
Preterite irregulars 100
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Estar (tú)
Answer 100
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Estuviste
Preterite irregulars 200
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Saber (nosotros)
Answer 200
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Supimos
Preterite irregulars 300
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poder (yo)
Answer 300
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Pude
Preterite irregulars 400
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tener (tú)
Answer 400
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Tuviste
Preterite irregulars 500
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ponerse (Uds.)
Answer 500
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Se pusieron
-ir stem changers (preterite) 100
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Pedir (Ud.)
Answer 100
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Pidió
-ir stem changers (preterite) 200
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Servir (ella)
Answer 200
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Sirvió
-ir stem changers (preterite) 300
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Preferir (tú)
Answer 300
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Preferiste (out of the sole)
-ir stem changers (preterite) 400
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Dormirse (ellos)
Answer 400
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Se durmieron
-ir stem changers (preterite) 500
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Seguir (Uds.)
Answer 500
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Siguieron
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Mei
o
sis
I
II
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Column 1 200
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Form of reproduction when all offspring are
genetically identical to one another and its
parent
Answer
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Asexual Reproduction
Column 1 400
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How many pairs of chromosomes do humans
have per cell?
Answer
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23
Column 1 600
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In prophase I
A. Crossing over occurs
B. The cell splits
C. The Chromosomes pull apart
Answer
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C
Column 1 800
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In Meiosis II, 2 sister chromatids of each
duplicated chromosome _______ from each
other.
Answer
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Separate
Column 1 1000
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What is the effect of crossing over?
Answer
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It creates new allele combinations in offspring
Column 2 200
• True or False. When the parent
has two sets of chromosomes it
is said to be haploid.
Answer
• FALSE
Column 2 400
• How many cells are there after
Telophase II?
Answer
•4
Column 2 600
• What is a particular stretch of
chromosome of DNA molecules?
Answer
• Genes
Column 2 800
• Explain the difference between
gametes and germ cells.
Answer
• Gametes are immature sex cells
• Germ cells are mature sex
cells.
Column 2 1000
• ________ is a unique form of the
same gene
Answer
• Allele
Column 3 200
•
•
•
•
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Meiosis takes place in the
A. Chloroplast
B. Reproductive Organs
C. Nucleus
D. Chromatids
Answer
• B. Reproductive Organs
Column 3 400
• What happens in Anaphase I?
A.Homologous chromosomes segregate
B. Tetrads pull apart
C.Both A and B
D.Neither A or B
Answer
• C.
Column 3 600
• True or False.
In prophase II microtubules attach to
kinetochores of the duplicated
chromosomes.
Answer
• True
Column 3 800
• Germ Cells are
• A. Diploid
• B. Haploid
Answer
• Diploid
Column 3 1000
• In Telophase I, chromosomes arrive
at separate poles which is followed
by _______ division
Answer
• Cytoplasmic
Column 4 200
► Gametes
are ______ cells
Answer
► Haploid
Column 4 400
► In
Meiosis I, each homologous chromosome
in the cell _____ with its partner
Answer
► pairs
Column 4 600
► The
chromosome number is
► A. Haploid cells
► B. Number of daughter cells form
► C. Sum total of chromosomes in a cell.
Answer
►C
Column 4 800
► What
happens in metaphase II?
Answer
► The
duplicated chromosomes line up at
spindle equator
Column 4 1000
In humans, what is the number of possible
combinations of chromosomes in gametes?
A. 23
B. 223
C. 23
D. None of the above
Answer
►B
Column 5 200
Initial contacts between microtubules
and chromosomes are
A. Random
B. In a special order
C. Always the same
Answer
A.
Column 5 400
What is Sexual Reproduction
Answer
The creation of offspring involving two
parents
Column 5 600
Crossing over occurs in which stage
of Meiosis?
Answer
Prophase I
Column 5 800
What happens in Anaphase II?
Answer
Sister chromatids separate to become
independent chromosomes
Column 5 1000
The chromosome in a gamete are a
mix of
Answer
chromosomes from 2 parents
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Today’s Final
Jeopardy category
is…
Category
 Meiosis!!!
Final Jeopardy Category
 List all the stages of Meiosis I and II
and describe what happens in each
stage
Final Jeopardy Answer
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Prophase I Chromosomes begin to condense, crossing over can
take
place.
Metaphase I The chromosomes line up in the middle and the
spindle
becomes fully formed
Anaphase I The poles push apart and the chromosomes are pulled
apart
from their homologous partners
Telophase I The germ cells cytoplasm separates and there are now
two
haploid cells
Prophase II Microtubules attach to the chromosomes and drive the
movement toward the spindles middle
Metaphase II
Chromosomes are positioned at the spindle
equator, midway
between the two poles
Anaphase II the attachment between the two chromatids of each
chromosome break. They move to opposite
poles of the spindle
Telophase IIThe cells begin to separate and we are left with four
new daughter
cells. They will have a haploid
number.
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