Label the chart below.
Choose your answers from the box below and write the correct letters in boxes 21-24 on
your answer sheet
C need for freedom
E conflict with parents
F pressure from parents
G new job
H need for space and privacy
Which student will present which information?
Write the correct letter, A, B, or C, in boxes 26-29 on your answer sheet.
25 the 18-20 group _____
26 the 20-24 group _____
27 the under-18 group _____
28 the 25 and over group _____
29 the group that still live with parents _____
Which graph shows what problems people who moved out of their parents’ house faced in their first few months living alone?
What are the THREE WAYS in which turbellaria differ from other flatworms, according to Dr Baker?
A they are not parasitic
B 80% of their nutrition comes from platyhelminths
C they have a simpler structure
D they’re less intelligent
E they have eyes
F their sensory system is more elaborate
G their sensory organs are chemical
Complete the sentences below.
Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.
34 Turbellaria are able to _____ thanks to the structure of their bodies.
35 Any part of a turbellarian’s body that isn’t occupied by organs is filled with a _____.
36 While turbellaria are hermaphrodites, they don’t _____.
37 Most turbellaria’s natural habitat is _____.
38 Turbellaria expel all undigested food from their _____.
Questions 39, 40
Choose the correct letter, A, B or C.
39 Fission is the ability of
A two worms to grow out of one if you split it in the middle.
B flatworms to procreate by breaking into smaller flatworms.
C flatworms to regenerate organs they’ve lost.
40 Fission in flatworms is an important phenomenon for scientists because
A it might help them find a way to do the same to human cells.
B it has been found to put a break on the human aging process.
C it technically means that flatworms can live forever.
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2. 020 8322 1479
3. 30th May
5. mini burgers
6. vegetable croquettes
7. five hummus/houmous
8. goat’s cheese
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14. be kind
15. writer’s block
19. inherently good
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31-33 IN ANY ORDER A, D, F
34. hide under stones
35. spongy connective tissue
36. reproduce alone