Lesson 8

Common Everyday Words

 

Seasons Of The Year

Winter Spring Summer Fall

 

Months Of The Year

January February March April May June July August September October November December

 

Days Of The Week

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

 

Hours In A Day

Midnight (or) 12 a.m. 1 a.m. 2 a.m.

3 a.m. 4 a.m. 5a.m. 6 a.m. 7 a.m. 8 a.m. 9 a.m. 10 a.m. 11 a.m.

Noon (or) 12 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m 3 p.m. 4 p.m. 5 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. 9 p.m. 10 p.m. 11 p.m.

 

There are sixty seconds in a minute. There are sixty minutes in an hour. There are 24 hours in a day. There are 365 days in a year. There are 10 years in a decade. There are about 20 to 30 years in a generation which is the time from the birth of one generation to the birth of the next generation. There are 100 years in a century. There are one thousand years in a millennium.

 

Words And Numbers

 

Zero (0)

one (1) eleven (11) twenty-one (21)

two (2) twelve (12) twenty-two (22)

three (3) thirteen (13) twenty-three (23)

four (4) fourteen (14) twenty-four (24)

five (5) fifteen (15) twenty-five (25)

six (6) sixteen (16) twenty-six (26)

seven (7) seventeen (17) twenty-seven (27)

eight (8) eighteen (18) twenty-eight (28)

nine (9) nineteen (19) twenty-nine (29)

ten (10) twenty (20) thirty (30)
ten (10) twenty (20) thirty (30) forty (40) fifty (50) sixty (60) seventy (70) eighty (80) ninety (90) one hundred (100) one thousand (1000) one million (1,000,000) one billion (1,000,000,000) one trillion (1,000,000,000,000) one zillion (1,000,000,000,000,000)

 

first or 1st second or 2nd third or 3rd fourth or 4th fifth or 5th sixth or 6th seventh or 7th eighth or 8th ninth or 9th tenth or 10th eleventh or 11th twelfth or 12th thirteenth or 13th fourteenth or 14th fifteenth or 15th sixteenth or 16th seventeenth or 17th eighteenth or 18th nineteenth or 19th twentieth or 20th thirtieth or 30th fortieth or 40th fiftieth or 50th sixtieth or 60th seventieth or 70th eightieth or 80th ninetieth or 90th hundredth or 100th

 

Money – American

penny or one cent nickel or five cents dime or ten cents quarter or twenty-five cents one-half dollar or fifty cents one dollar bill or one-hundred cents two dollar bill five dollar bill ten dollar bill twenty dollar bill fifty dollar bill hundred dollar bill thousand dollar bill

 

Education

Elementary School

Kindergarten

first grade

second grade

third grade

fourth grade

fifth grade

sixth grade
Middle School

seventh grade

eighth grade

 

High School

ninth grade or freshman

tenth grade or sophomore

eleventh grade or junior

twelfth grade or senior

 

University College Community College

freshman sophomore junior senior graduate school

 

Major Languages Of The World

 

English Spanish German French Chinese Japanese Russian Italian Portugese

 

Some Of The Religions Of The World

 

MONO-THEISM

Christianity

Roman Catholic Russian Orthodox Greek Orthodox Episcopalian Lutheran Baptist Methodist Presbyterian

Jewish

Orthodox Conservative Reform

Mennonite

Quaker

Islam Muslim

Sunnite Sunni

Shiah Shia Shiite

HENO-THEISM

Mormon or The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints

POLY-THEISM

Buddhism

Hindu

 

Foods

Grains

Wheat Rye Amaranth Oats Corn

Beans

Red Pinto White Black

Vegetables

Cabbage Carrots Celery Potatoes Cauliflower

Broccoli Onions Mushrooms Lettuce Tomatoes Collards Kale Brussel Sprouts Green Beans

Fruits

Apples Oranges Plums Bananas Grapes Pineapple Grapefruit Cantaloupe Watermelon Limes Lemons

Dairy

Milk Cheese Butter Cream Ricotta Cottage Eggs

Fish

Salmon Sardines Tuna Blue Fish Crabs Herring White Fish Shark Trout Cod Monk Red-Fish Cat-Fish

Meats

Beef (Steak Hamburger Veal) Pork (Ham Bacon) Lamb Venison Bison

Poultry

Chicken Duck Turkey Quail Pheasant Dove
Capitals and States of America and Accepted Abbreviations

Montgomery Alabama AL

Juneau Alaska AK

Phoenix Arizona AZ

Little Rock Arkansas AR

Sacramento California CA

Denver Colorado CO

Hartford Connecticut CT

Dover Delaware DE

Tallahassee Florida FL

Atlanta Georgia GA

Honolulu Hawaii HI

Boise Idaho ID

Springfield Illinois IL

Indianapolis Indiana IN

Des Moines Iowa IA

Topeka Kansas KS

Frankfort Kentucky KY

Baton Rouge Louisiana LA

Augusta Maine ME

Annapolis Maryland MD

Boston Massachusetts MA

Lansing Michigan MI

St. Paul Minnesota MN

Jackson Mississippi MS

Jefferson City Missouri MO

Helena Montana MT

Lincoln Nebraska NE

Carson City Nevada NV

Concord New Hampshire NH

Trenton New Jersey NJ

Sante Fe New Mexico NM

Albany New York NY

Raleigh North Carolina NC

Bismark North Dakota ND

Columbus Ohio OH

Oklahoma City Oklahoma OK

Salem Oregon OR

Harrisburg Pennsylvania PA

Providence Rhode Island RI

Columbia South Carolina SC

Pierre South Dakota SD

Nashville Tennessee TN

Austin Texas TX

Salt Lake City Utah UT

Montpelier Vermont VT

Richmond Virginia VA

Olympia Washington WA

Charleston West Virginia WV

Madison Wisconsin WI

Cheyenne Wyoming WY

Washington District of Columbia DC

San Juan Puerto Rico PR

St. Thomas Virgin Islands VI
Presidents of the United States

1 st George Washington 1789 – 1797

2 nd John Adams 1797 – 1801

3 rd Thomas Jefferson 1801 – 1809

4 th James Madison 1809 – 1817

5 th James Monroe 1817 – 1825

6 th John Quincy Adams 1825 – 1829

7 th Andrew Jackson 1829 – 1837

8 th Martin VanBuren 1837 – 1841

9 th William Henry Harrison Mar -Apr 1841

10 th John Tyler 1841 – 1845

11 th James K. Polk 1845 – 1849

12 th Zachary Taylor 1849 – l850

13 th Millard Fillmore 1850 – 1853

14 th Franklin Pierce 1853 – 1857

15 th James Buchanan 1857 – 1861

16 th Abraham Lincoln 1861 – 1865

17 th Andrew Johnson 1865 – 1869

18 th Ulysses S. Grant 1869 – 1877

19 th Rutherford B. Hayes 1877 – 1881

20 th James A. Garfield Mar-Sep 1881

21 st Chester A. Arthur 1881 – 1885

22 nd Grover Cleveland 1885 – 1889

23 rd Benjamin Harrison 1889 – 1893

24 th Grover Cleveland 1893 – 1897

25 th William McKinley 1897 – 1901

26 th Theodore Roosevelt 1901 – 1909

27 th William Howard Taft 1909 – 1913

28 th Woodrow Wilson 1913 – 1921

29 th Warren G. Harding 1921 – 1923

30 th Calvin Coolidge 1923 – 1929

31 st Herbert Hoover 1929 – 1933

32 nd Franklin D. Roosevelt 1933 – 1945

33 rd Harry S. Truman 1945 – 1953

34 th Dwight D. Eisenhower 1953 – 1961

35 th John F. Kennedy 1961 – 1963

36 th Lyndon B. Johnson 1963 – 1969

37 th Richard Nixon 1969 – 1974

38 th Gerald R. Ford 1974 – 1977

39 th Jimmy Carter 1977 – 1981

40 th Ronald Reagan 1981 – 1989

41 st George Bush 1989 – 1993

42 nd Bill Clinton 1993 – 2001

43 rd George W. Bush 200l – 2008

44 th Barack H. Obama 2008 – 2016

What is the first President best known for?

What is the third President best known for?

What if the sixteenth President best known for?

Which President had a father who also was President?

Which Presidents were impeached?

Which President resigned?

 

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