Glossary of Rebecca's flashcards Set Three

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Say the musical alphabet backwards
How many quarter notes equal a half note?
How many half notes equal a whole note?
How many quarter rests equal a whole rest?
How many quarter notes equal a dotted half note?
What two equal notes, when tied, would equal 4 counts?
half notes
What two equal notes, when tied, would equal 2 counts?
quarter notes
What two equal notes, when tied, would equal 6 counts?
dotted half notes
Which clef sign is on the top staff?
treble clef
Which clef sign is on the bottom staff?
bass clef
When two staves are joined together with a bar line and a brace, what is it called?
a grand staff
Recite the treble clef lines
Recite the treble clef spaces
Recite the bass clef lines
Recite the bass clef spaces
What is a slur and what does it mean?
A slur is a curved line that means to play legato.
When do we draw the stems on notes going down?
If the note head is on or above the middle line, the stem goes down on the left side.
When do we draw the stems on notes going up?
If the note head is below the middle line, the stem goes up on the right side.
Which note is on the treble clef, space 3?
Which note is on the bass clef, space 2?
Which note is on the treble clef line 5?
Which note is on the bass clef, line 4?
Which book of the Bible tells about the beginnings of the church?
Which New Testament book is composed almost entirely of prophecies of the future?
Which of the Old Testament books is a collection of hymns and songs?
Who wrote many of the Psalms?
King David
What is an epistle?
An epistle is a letter sent by an apostle
What is the longest book of the Bible?
What is the shortest chapter in the Bible?
Psalm 117
What is the longest chapter in the Bible?
Psalm 119
Quotation: Where did the universe come from?
Genesis 1:1 - In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth
Who was the first man and first woman?
Adam and Eve
How are men different from animals?
God created man in His own image
Who were the first two brothers?
Cain and Abel
Who was the first murderer?
How did sin enter the world?
Because of the disobedience of Adam and Eve
The account of man's first sin mentioned what two trees?
The tree of the knowledge of good and evil and the tree of life
What man walked with God until God took him to heaven without dying?
A river is a large body of flowing water. In what part of the United States is the Mississippi River located?
Near the middle
What is a river?
A large body of flowing water
Name a country besides the United States that is located in North America.
Choices are Canada, Mexico, or countries in Central America
Which state has more land, Texas or Vermont?
Texas (it's the largest state in the lower United States)
Washington, D.C., is the capital of our country. Is Washington, D.C., a state or a city?
City (the only city in the United States not in a state)
Name two states that are on the opposite corners of the United States
Washington and Florida, or Maine and California
Is Canada or Mexico closer to where you live?
Our flag has fifty stars on it. These stars are symbols that stand for what?
What is your address?
1076 W Larch
Asia is the largest body of land in the world. The seven largest bodies of land on Earth are called what?
What states border your state?
Indiana, Ohio, Wisconsin
Which lakes border your state?
Lake Michigan, Lake Superior, Lake Huron
A direction is the way you point or move. What idrection is the Atlantic Ocean from the United States?
Is there more land or water shown on a globe or world map?
How many ridges around the edge of a dime?
How many muscles in a cat's ear?
Can a crocodile stick out its tongue?
What is the life span of a dragonfly?
24 hours
How long can a goldfish remember something?
3 seconds
How long is a jiffy?
1/100th of a second
What is 3 times 3?
What is 2 times 4?
Who lived longer than any other man and for how long?
Methuselah - 969 years
Why did God send a flood upon the earth?
Because men were so wicked that they thought about evil all the time
Who did God spare from the Great Flood?
Noah and his family
Who were the three sons of Noah?
Shem, Ham, and Japheth
When the flood came, how long did it rain?
40 days and nights
What was the meaning of the first rainbow?
It was God's promise that the world would never again be destroyed by a flood
What is the only fish that can blink with both eyes at the same time?
a shark
How long can a snail sleep?
For three years
To what family do almonds belong?
The peach family
Which is larger, an ostrich's eye or its brain?
It's eye
What map symbol might be used to show a railroad track?
Two horizontal lines with several parallel lines through them
What country are you in if you are in the city of New York?
United States
Who would probably use a map more on the job, an airplane pilot or a grocery store manager? Why?
A pilot; he/she has to use maps regularly to fly to different locations
What is something that a globe can show: people, air or water?
What symbol is next to your state's capital city on a map?
A dot with a circle around it or a star

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