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THE TASK PAGE.
FILL IN THE BLANKS USING YOUR
KEYBOARD. WHEN YOU FINISH, PRINT THIS PAGE AND PLACE IT IN YOUR FOLDER OF
PORTFOLIO. IF YOU PREFER, PRINT THE PAGE FIRST AND THEN COMPLETE THE SENTENCES
WITH A PEN OR PENCIL.
FILL IN AS MANY BLANKS AS YOU
CAN FROM MEMORY. YOU MAY CHECK YOUR ANSWERS BY CLICKING ON THE ARROW AT THE
BOTTOM OF THE PAGE. IF YOU MISS SEVERAL ANSWERS, COMPLETE THE EXERCISE AGAIN
FROM MEMORY UNTIL YOU KNOW THE WORDS. HAVE FUN!
MACHINES OR MINDS?
are sitting in front of a computer. As you read these words, you are
looking into the (1) of a monitor.
The computer itself is inside a (2).
The other parts that you see support the computer, like the (3),
the (4) , the (5)
and the (6) on the monitor.
has two parts where you rest your fingers: the left side and the right
side. When you move your mouse over text, you will see a flat line on
the screen. That line looks like
the letter "I." That is your
parts that support a desktop computer are connected to it by (10)
that "hook" them into the computer. There are different kinds of
(11) , but
they all have the same purpose - to help you, the user, complete
tasks. Cables connect to (12) or to slots at the back of the
computer box or tower.
Computers may have an
(15) , which is
usually for a floppy disk. The (16)
is a small slot that holds
your (17) disk.