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# 13.8: Test One

Difficulty Level: At Grade Created by: CK-12
Words Analysis
1. compelling Prefix + bound base + suffix = com + pel + l + ing
2. disclaimer Prefix + free base + suffix = dis + claim + er
3. displayed Prefix + bound base + suffix = dis + play + ed
4. instructor Prefix + bound base + suffix = in + struct + or
5. overcooked Free base + free base + suffix = over + cook + ed
6. perfectly Prefix + bound base + suffix = per + fect + ly
7. preschoolers Prefix + free base + suffix1\begin{align*}^1\end{align*} + suffix2\begin{align*}^2\end{align*} = pre + school + er + s
8. recruitment Prefix + bound base + suffix = re + cruit + ment
9. reduction Prefix + free base + suffix = re + duct + ion
10. undoubtedly Prefix + free base + suffix1\begin{align*}^1\end{align*} + suffix2\begin{align*}^2\end{align*} = un + doubt + ed + ly

Teaching Notes. Re: displayed.: The bound base play1\begin{align*}^1\end{align*} is a homophone and homograph with the free base play2\begin{align*}^2\end{align*}, as in “to play the game.” Other than their spelling and pronunciation, the two words are not related: The bound base play1\begin{align*}^1\end{align*} comes from a Latin word meaning “to fold” which also is the source of the bases in such words as apply, complicate, employ, explicate, replay. Play2\begin{align*}^2\end{align*} is from an Old English word that meant pretty much what play means today.

Re: reduction. The base is the free base duct, as in “air duct.” It carries the root meaning “lead, direct” and is closely related to the bound base duce (produce, introduce, educate).

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