Next: Wednesday 11th August
(i) Incorrect disposal of batteries and ink
(ii) Food waste
(iii) Plastic overuse
(iv) Meat consumption.
(i) Vacuum cleaners.
(ii) Clocky robotic alarm.
(iii) Wireless LED light bulbs.
(v) Wireless speaker
(vi) Solar-powered path light
information and communications technology
-[Pick any three]-
(i) Dry throat and eyes
(ii) Concentration disorders
(iii) Fatigue, headaches
(iv) Shortness of breath
(v) Poor sleep
-[Pick any four]-
(i) TV wall mounts
(ii) Ceiling fans
(iv) Smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.
(v) Blinds and shades.
(vi) Garage door openers.
(i)The appliance quality.
(ii)The energy efficiency.
(iii)The design and style
(i)They both have tender and flaky crumbs.
(ii)They are both made from wheat flour.
(iii)They are both carbohydrates and contain saturated fats
(i)500 grams all-purpose flour
(ii)1/2 teaspoon baking powder
(iii)1/4 teaspoon salt
(iv)100 grams butter/margarine
(v)60 ml evaporated milk/
(vi)powdered milk mixed with water/ 100 ml of whole milk
(vii)100 grams of granulated sugar
(viii)1 large egg
(ix)1/2 teaspoon vanilla flavour, Water andfrying oil.
(i)In a mixing bowl, pour flour, add nutmeg and baking powder, and mix together using a mixer or hand.
(ii)Add butter/margarine and mix together until well combined. Then add egg and mix.
(iii)In another bowl, pour milk, add the sugar and salt, allow to dissolve in the milk, and add to the above mixture. Mix everything together thoroughly.
(iv)Add little water until it forms a dough, Drop dough on a floured rolling mat or board.
(v)Knead properly and more flour can be incorporated as needed until the dough is smooth (Do not add too much water, it should not be too hard and not too soft).
(v)Leave it to rest for 30 minutes at room temperature.
(vii)Place a pot or saucepan on medium heat and add vegetable oil.
(vii)Start rolling the dough out on a rolling board or a rolling mat with a rolling pin, and cut into desired shapes.
(viii)Start frying when the oil is hot, and fry until golden brown.
(ix)Remove, drain, and serve.
(x)Enjoy your crunchy chin-chin with any drink of your choice.
Linens are fabric household goods intended for daily use, such as bedding, tablecloths and towels.
Fullness is done to shape a garment , It adds inter-esting design details in a garment, For ease of movement and comfort fullness is introduced in garments.
-[Pick any three]-
(i) Always Iron on a Sturdy Ironing Board.
(ii) Steam Iron Safety Features are a Must.
(iii) Avoid Ironing with Kids Around.
(iv) Position the Power Cord Safely.
(v) Don’t Leave the Iron Unattended.
(vi) Don’t Multitask.
(i) Nylon fibres are very strong,fairly elastic,lightweight and lustrous.
(ii) Nylon fibres absorb very little water,so clothes made of nylon are easy to wash and dry
(iii) Nylon is wrinkle resistant.
(iv) Nylon fibres have high abrasion resistance,so they are very durable
(iii)Absence of Motivation.
(iv)Differences and Factionalism among Members.
(i)Home gardening provides the opportunity to make a positive environmental impact.
(ii)Home gardening reduces erosion and runoff around the house.
(iii)Garden plants often help reduce erosion by holding the soil in place.
(5c)Market survey is the survey research and analysis of the market for a particular product/service which includes the investigation into customer inclinations. A study of various customer capabilities such as investment attributes and buying potential.
-[Pick any four]-
(i) Don’t wash (some) pots and pans in the dishwasher
(ii) Don’t wash (someone else’s) knives in the dishwasher.
[iii) Don’t wash fine glasses in the dishwasher.
(iv) Don’t prewash dishes.
(v) Don’t wash woodenware in the dishwasher.
(vi) Don’t use too much dishwasher
(i) Gestation is the period of time between conception and birth. During this time, the baby grows and develops inside the mother’s womb.
(ii) Baby’s layette is a collection of clothing and accessories for a newborn child.
(i) drapreries Efficiently Filter or Block the Light
(ii) drapreries are Energy-Efficient
(iii) drapreries give a Comfortable and Intimate Feel