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Which of the Following adjectives does NOT Have the Same form for masculine and feminine? A. sportsman B. intelligent C. patient D. employee
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Sportsman does NOT have the same form for masculine and feminine.
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Tenochtitlan
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Tenochtitlan was an Aztec altepetl (city-state) located on an island in Lake Texcoco, in the Valley of Mexico.

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What is Tenochtitlan? User: Many families in Mexico City spend Sunday afternoons in _____. A. Rosario B. Tenochtitlán C. Tulum D. Xochimilco
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Tenochtitlan was an ancient city and capital of the Aztec empire on the present site of Mexico City; razed by Cortés in 1521.


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Many families in Mexico City spend Sunday afternoons in Xochimilco.

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The French came to the Americas primarily to A. challenge Spanish domination. B. convert the Indians to Christianity. C. look for gold and riches. D. profit from the fur trade
Weegy: The primary reason French Voyagers came to North America was the fur trade with the natives. So the answer is D. User: The French helped the Montagnais and Algonkin fight the A. Huron. B. Iroquois. C. Dutch. D. Jesuits. Weegy: B. Iroquois. User: The plantation economy in the South produced A. great profits and developed great educational institutions. B. great profits at the expense of cultural development and equal opportunity. C. low profits despite the enslavement of a great number of people. D. equal opportunity for all whites and no illiteracy. Weegy: B. great profits at the expense of cultural development and equal opportunity. User: The Glorious Revolution was a A. coup in England during which King William was overthrown. B. coup in England during which King James II was overthrown. C. rebellion in the colonies which led to colonial self-rule. D. rebellion in the colonies which led to the Navigation Acts. Weegy: B. coup in England during which King James II was overthrown. User: What happened after the Albany Plan of Union was drafted? A. It was accepted by the colonists and rejected by the British. B. It was rejected by the colonist and heavily enforced by the British. C. The colonists united under British rule and began cooperating. D. The colonists rejected it, and the British had second thoughts about it. Weegy: C. The colonists united under British rule and began cooperating. User: Which factor made the most difference in how agriculture affected the economies of the colonies? A. workforce B. choice of crops C. climate D. access to ports Weegy: climate User: Which of the following was a push factor that encouraged people to leave England? A. a thriving economy B. the desire for gold C. the attraction of fertile land D. religious persecution Weegy: religious persecution User: Push factors led to the founding of which colonies? A. Virginia, New York, North and South Carolina, ... (More)
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Answer of the last question is B. Lord Baltimore wanted to make one of England?s Southern Colonies into a haven for English debtors.
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