1. Aymara _____ an Indian language spoken by approximately one million people in Bolivia and Peru.
2. Many North American universities_____ by private donations.
3. _______ direct link exists between seat belt use and fever traffic fatalities.
4. ______ many people learn to make their own repairs and home improvements.
5. Lake Superior______, borders on the United States and Canada.
6. Taj Mahl, _____ by Shah Janhan for his wife, is thought to be one of the great architectural wonders of the world.
7. The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, _____ to unidentified soldiers killed in battle, is located in Arlington, Virginia.
8. _____ volcanos can destroy large areas of vergetation.
9. _______ is the biggest city in Michigan, it is not the capital.
10. _______ black cats are bad luck is considered a superstition rather than a fact.
11. Steel _____ with chromium to produce a no corrosive substance known as stainless steel.
12. _________ the 1930s and 1940s, F.D. Roosevelt was elected to the presidency four times.
13. ______ in 1636, Harvard is one of the most famous universities in the United States.
14. Johnny Carson______ late night TV program is watched by millions of insomniacs in the United States, has been on the air for over twenty years.
15. ______, Jenny Churchill was born in the United States and married an Englishman.
16. A tornado touched down today in Kansas, _______ destruction to cornfields and telephone lines.
17. Until the 1970s, _____ were still in some cities to deliver milk and vegetables.
18. _______ percentage of working women in the United States has doubled since 1940 has been the result of both economic and social factors.
19. ______ species of plants exist in North America that can cause an allergic skin reaction in humans.
20. A silo is a large cylindrical structure______.