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12.11: Test Four

Difficulty Level: At Grade Created by: CK-12

Test Four

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1. dried [\bar{\mathrm{i}}] = <ie> Free stem + suffix = dr\cancel{y}+ i + ed
2. ceiling [\bar{\mathrm{e}}] = <ei> Instance or holdout to <\mathrm{i}> before <e> rule? Instance
3. believe [\bar{\mathrm{e}}] = ___<ie>___ Instance or holdout to <\mathrm{i}> before <e> rule? Instance
4. seize [\bar{\mathrm{e}}] = <ei> Instance or holdout to <\mathrm{i}> before <e> rule? Holdout
5. protein [\bar{\mathrm{e}}] = <ei> Instance or holdout to <\mathrm{i}> before <e> rule? Holdout
6. allergies [\bar{\mathrm{e}}] = <ie> Instance or holdout to <\mathrm{i}> before <e> rule? Instance
7. reindeer [\bar{\mathrm{a}}] = <ei> Instance or holdout to <\mathrm{i}> before <e> rule? Instance
8. calories [\bar{\mathrm{e}}] = <ie> Instance or holdout to <\mathrm{i}> before <e> rule? Instance
9. height [\bar{\mathrm{i}}] = <ei> Instance or holdout to <\mathrm{i}> before <e> rule? Instance
10. receipt [\bar{\mathrm{e}}] = <ei> Instance or holdout to <\mathrm{i}> before <e> rule? Instance

Teaching Notes. A good follow-up exercise would be to ask the students which of the five cases listed at the beginning of Lesson 34 apply to each of the instances in the test. Then why do we call seize and protein holdouts?

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