Word Unit: Gemstones or Precious and Semi-Precious Stones + (the four gemstones which are most valuable are diamonds, sapphires, rubies, and emeralds; and anyone would be impressed with a gift of a diamond, a sapphire, an emerald, or a ruby piece of jewelry)
Word Unit: Geography Terms + (geography includes mapmakers, scientists, explorers of the earth and provides a way to look at both the physical world and the people who live in various parts this globe)
Word Unit: Geology or Related Geological Terms + (a glossary, or dictionary, of terms used in geology; the science of the earth including its origin, composition, structure, and history)
Word Unit: Graveyard words for a greater understanding of epitaphs (when visiting old graveyards and examining the epitaphs on gravestones, there are certain words and phrases which could be difficult or impossible to understand without knowing what the words in this unit mean)
Word Unit: Having a Good Vocabulary (understanding how English words are formed and where they come from helps everyone who finds unfamiliar words)
Word Unit: Health Care Providers, Health-Care Providers, Healthcare Providers (medical professionals and scientists who specialize in designated areas of medical care)
Word Unit: Hedgerows (fields are protected by barriers of hedges by keeping the wind from eroding (blowing away) valuable top soil)
Word Unit: Herodotus, The Fifth-Century B.C. Greek Traveler and Historian (Herodotus extended his historical coverage beyond the Greek world to the lives, ways, and beliefs of the people with whom the Greeks and the Persians came into contact)
Word Unit: Hydrology (the science of water which denotes the study of the properties, distribution, and movements of water on land surfaces, in the soil, and through the subsurface rocks of the earth)
Word Unit: Hydroponics: Soilless Production of Crops (a description in which plants can be produced in containers filled with water and a number of other non-soil contents)
Word Unit: Hyphen - (hyphens as punctuation marks)
Word Unit: Idiom Quiz (Idioms and their possible meanings)
Word Unit: Index of Punctuation Marks (Latin punctus "a point" or "a mark"; the standardized non-alphabetical symbols or marks that are used to organize writing into clauses, phrases, and sentences, and in this way to clarify meanings)
Word Unit: Index of Scientific and Technological Topics (access a variety of topics regarding science and technology)
Word Unit: Index or Menu of Various Topics (this is an over-all listing of the special groups of topics listed on this site)
Word Unit: Information from the Past and into the Present, Part 1 (Historical perspectives of the Reader's Digest)
Word Unit: Information from the Past and into the Present, Part 2 (a few words from the Reader's Digest, March, 1932)
Word Unit: Information from the Past and into the Present, Part 3 (a few words from the Reader's Digest, July, 1940)
Word Unit: Information Index, a Compilation of Excerpts and Quotes from Publications Primarily from the Past (a compilation of excerpts and quotes from past issues of magazines and books so they won't be lost in the present)
Word Unit: Insects, General Applicable Terms (There are estimated to be 10,000 million insects living in each square kilometer of habitable land on earth or 26,000 million per square mile)