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India Vocabulary*

WordOption 1Option 2ANSWER
Neolithic Revolution Materials found in nature, such as mineral deposits, soil, water, and oil reserves. The time in history when people began to change from hunters and gathers to producers of food. The time in history when people began to change from hunters and gathers to producers of food.
Physical Region Is an area where people share common cultural characteristics, such as beliefs, foods, language, and ways of dress. Is an area that shares landforms, climate, and/or plant and animal life that are different from other area Is an area that shares landforms, climate, and/or plant and animal life that are different from other area
Cultural Region Is an area where people share common cultural characteristics, such as beliefs, foods, language, ways of dress, and style of homes. Oldest type of economy where people simply do whatever their ancestors did for a living. Is an area where people share common cultural characteristics, such as beliefs, foods, language, ways of dress, and style of homes.
Globe Concentrating on producing whatever one makes best. It is a round three-dimensional map that represents the entire Earth. It is a round three-dimensional map that represents the entire Earth.
Diffusion The spread of new ideas, practices, and products from one place to another. Materials found in nature, such as mineral deposits, soil, water, and oil reserves. The spread of new ideas, practices, and products from one place to another.
Representative The electing of people who will represent you and make decisions for you. Goods and services sold by producers in one country to buyers in other countries. The electing of people who will represent you and make decisions for you.
Footprint The time in history when people began to change from hunters and gathers to producers of food. The change that humans make on the environment. The change that humans make on the environment.
Export Goods and services sold by producers in one country to buyers in other countries. The change that humans make on the environment. Goods and services sold by producers in one country to buyers in other countries.
Natural Resources A form of human culture in which some people live in cities, there is some form of writing, and there are people who are skilled at using science and technology. Materials found in nature, such as mineral deposits, soil, water, and oil reserves. Materials found in nature, such as mineral deposits, soil, water, and oil reserves.
Specialization Concentrating on producing whatever one makes best. Is an area that shares landforms, climate, and/or plant and animal life and has physical characteristics that are different from those areas outside the region. Concentrating on producing whatever one makes best.
Traditional Economy Oldest type of economy where people simply do whatever their ancestors did for a living. The spread of new ideas, practices, and products from one place to another. Oldest type of economy where people simply do whatever their ancestors did for a living.
Civilization The change that humans make on the environment. A form of human culture in which some people live in cities, there is some form of writing, and there are people who are skilled at using science and technology. A form of human culture in which some people live in cities, there is some form of writing, and there are people who are skilled at using science and technology.
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