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Term 2: Proficient

Vocabulary for Term 2

Export send items or services to another country for sale.
Import bring items or services into another country for sale.
Proprietor the owner of a business or a colony.
Indigo a plant grown to make a dark blue dye.
Parliament The government in the United Kingdom; it consists of the monarch, the House of Lords, and the House of Commons.
Compact A formal agreement or contract between two or more groups of people.
Diplomat A person who is appointed to represent his or her country in negotiations with other countries.
Quakerism Otherwise known as the Religious Society of Friends; A peaceful religious view that believes that God exists within all people.
Separatists An historical group that wanted to break away from the Church of England.
Plagiarism The practice of taking someone else's work or ideas and passing them off as one's own.
Commerce another name for business: buying and selling items.
Created by: Mr.Nichols