Explain the Venturi Principle, and give two examples of its use in practical, real-world situations.
Explain the term "bored and stroked" in relation to engines.
What is the difference in an engine and a motor?
Name three measurement systems used to denote which wrench/bolt/nut is which size.
What is "viscosity"?
What are 4 purposes of "motor oil"?
ETA: here's what I was looking for -- let me know if I'm totally wrong, OK?
Intake, compression, power, exhaust (OR the mnemonic I learned: suck, squeeze, bang and blow).
Venturi Principle: See duane_kc 's answer; add the carved wooden screens that were in use in the Middle East for years to cool the air in buildings.
Bored and stroked -- the cylinder drilled out to accommodate a larger diameter piston, and the throw of the crankshaft and the connecting rod increased to lengthen the distance a piston travels. Increases available power.
Engine takes a substance such as gasoline and converts it to motion (or "power"), motor converts one sort of power/energy (electricity) to another (rotation).
SAE, Metric and British Whitworth are three options. There may be many more for all I know!
Thickness of a liquid such as oil or paint.
Clean, cool, seal, and lubricate.
No google, no peeking.