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Vocabulary Test #8 pages 122-145 EXERCISE 4.9 1. anthropology 2. mythology 3. technology 4. criminology 5. dermatology 6. pathology EXERCISE 4.10 1. amphibious 2. antibiotic 3. autobiography 4. symbiosis 5. microbe 6. biocidal EXERCISE 4.11 1. dichotomy 2. tonsillectomy 3. phlebotomy 4. anatomy 5. Lobotomy EXERCISE 4.12 1. podiatrist 2. antipodes 3. podium 4. arthropod 5. tripod

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EXERCISE 4.13 1. heteromorphic 2. homocentric 3. heterogeneous 4. homonyms 5. homology 6. heterodox 7. heteronyms 8. heterochromatic 9. homogeneous 10. Orthodox EXERCISE 4.14 1. hypersensitive 2. hypotension 3. hypercritical 4. hyperacidity 5. hyperbole 6. Hypodermic 7. hyperactive 8. hypothesis 9. hypertension 10. hyperthyroid EXERCISE 4.15 1. endophyte 2. exotic 3. Exocrine 4. Endocrine 5. endogamy 6. ectoparasite 7. exoskeleton 8. endoskeleton 9. endogenous 10. endoparasite

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EXERCISE 4.16 1. hierarchy 2. oligarchy 3. monarchy 4. matriarchy 5. Anarchy EXERCISE 4.17 1. perigee 2. geotropism 3. geodetic 4. geomorphic 5. geophysics EXERCISE 4.18 1. Pathogenic 2. telepathy 3. pathetic 4. antipathy 5. pathos EXERCISE 4.19 1. amorphous 2. morphology 3. metamorphosis 4. monomorphic 5. anthropomorphic EXERCISE 4.20 1. perimeter 2. perihelion 3. peripheral 4. peristalsis 5. periscope

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REVIEW 8 1. k 4. i 7. b 10. e 13. n 2. m 5. o 8. l 11. f 14. j 3. a 6. c 9. h 12. g 15. d REVIEW 9 1. d 3. c 5. a 7. d 9. b 2. a 4. b 6. c 8. c 10. d REVIEW 10 1. homogeneous 2. heterodox 3. hypertrophy 4. antipathy 5. homophonic 6. exoteric 7. heterology 8. endoparasite 9. hypertension 10. hyperopia 11. hypoacidity 12. endosmosis 13. exocrine 14. hypoglycemia 15. apogee 16. abiogenesis 17. endogenous 18. aphelion 19. homomorphic 20. endogamy REVIEW 11 1. apathy 2. perimeter 3. meteorology 4. oligarchy 5. technology 6. hypersensitive 7. anarchy 8. esoteric 9. antipodes 10. amphibious

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REVIEW 12 1. Shock may cause hypothermia. 2. Some wastes are nonbiodegradable. 3. Galileo had heterodox ideas. 4. Biology is fascinating. 5. Some chiefs forbid exogamy. 6. Is your hypothesis logical? 7. Her appendectomy was successful. 8. These microbes are microscopic. 9. We are studying geology. 10. He visits a podiatrist. REVIEW 13 Typical acceptable answers: 1. Our population is now more heterogeneous. Immigrants have been attracted from many more countries than ever before. 2. Most Americans remember that we gained our freedom by overthrowing a monarchy. They would not tolerate a king or queen as their ruler. 3. A living frog would excite interest in the class. All eyes would turn to the frog. 4. A hypersensitive person is easily hurt by ordinary criticism. He or she would be even more severely hurt by criticism from a hypercritical source. 5. A good deal of the drudgery of office work has been eliminated by the invention of the photocopier. This wonderful machine speedily makes excellent copies of documents, or parts of documents, with a minimum of effort. REVIEW 14 1. b 2. d 3. c 4. a 5. e

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