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16.4: Lesson Twenty-eight

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More Practice with -ity, -ety, and -ty

1. Combine the following elements to form nouns:

Elements Noun
capt + iv\cancel{e}+ ity captivity
pi + ety
abil + ity
anxi + ety
soci + ety
pro + duct + ive + ity
speci + al + ty
proper + ty
multi + plic + ity
gay + ety
vary + ety
notori + ety
ment + al + ity
liber + ty
sub + lime + ity
com + plex + ity
in + capac + ity
re + al + ity
un + cert + ain + ty
case + ual + ty
feroc + ity
majes + ty
pen + al + ty
roy + al + ty

2. Cross out the incorrect answer: The suffix -ty is used if the vowel right in front of it is (stressed/unstressed). The suffix -ety is used if the vowel right in front of it is (stressed/unstressed) and (long/short). And the suffix -ity is used if the vowel right in front of it is (stressed/unstressed) and (long/short).

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