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14.1: Test Three

Difficulty Level: At Grade Created by: CK-12

Test Three

Words Analysis
1. accountant Prefix + free base + suffix = a$\cancel{d}$ + c + count+ant
2. chaos [k] = <ch> $[\bar{\mathrm{a}}]$ = $\underline{}$ in the pattern V. V
3. consequence [k] = <c> and <q> Prefix + bound base + suffix = co$\cancel{m}$+ n + sequ + ence
4. existing Free stem + suffix = exist + ing
5. experience [ks] = <x> Prefix + bound base + suffix = ex + peri + ence
6. influence Prefix + free base + suffix = in + flu + ence
7. obedient $[\bar{\mathrm{o}}]$ = <o> $[\bar{\mathrm{e}}]$ = <e> and $\underline{}$ in the patterns VCV and V.V
8. patiently Bound base + suffix$^1$ + suffix$^2$ = pati + ent + ly
9. silent $[\bar{\mathrm{i}}]$ = $\underline{}$ in the pattern VCV
10. unique $[\mathrm{y}\bar{\mathrm{i}}]$ = $\underline{}$ $[\bar{\mathrm{e}}]$ = $\underline{}$ [k]= <qu>

Teaching Notes.

Re: existing. The free stem exist analyzes to ex + $\cancel{s}$ist, with the $<\mathrm{s}>$ deletion typical after <x>.

Re: influence. The free base flu is not related to the free base flue “a duct for smoke or air.” Flue is apparently from Old English; flu is from Latin. The noun flu “a common illness” was clipped from influenza.

Subjects:

1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5

Feb 23, 2012

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