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Level F Unit 7 Your Task: highlight and identify the provided roots, prefixes, and suffixes for Unit 7 Choose ten words and provide complete sentences.

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1 Level F Unit 7 Your Task: highlight and identify the provided roots, prefixes, and suffixes for Unit 7 Choose ten words and provide complete sentences. Identify the context clues in your sentences by highlighting them, THEN identify what kind they are. LIMIT OF 2 inference. In several sentences, I have underlined context clues. Decide what kind they are. Classify them on the lines next to the slide.

2 Austere The_______ clothing and conduct of the puritans expressed their religious humility. I found that beneath his rather_______ manner and appearance there is a warm, sympathetic person. Since my next paycheck was not to be had until the first of the month, I reconciled myself living ______ until then.

3 Beneficent From them I learned that purely______ acts can require as much hard work as a nine-to-five job. His work on behalf of the homeless was merely the latest in a long line of ________ undertaking. The woman is known and loved throughout the community for her many _______ acts on behalf of all types of unfortunates.

4 Cadaverous Weak from hunger and _______ in appearance, the rescued captives were carried from the plane. Who can ever forget those pictures showing the _______ faces of the people who had been in concentration camps. The starving children shown on TV special looked more ______ than living creatures.

5 Concoct He ________ a savory stew with fresh herbs and vegetables from the garden. Before they arrived home from the party, they _______ an elaborate story that they hoped would excuse their being two hours late. The master chef has ______ a dessert that is so rich that it will be a menace to weightwatchers throughout the country.

6 Crass We feel that the positions of our representative show a _________ indifference to our problems. It is hard to forgive the _______ selfishness with which they took the most of the food supplies for their own. Whenever I go to a concert, I seem to spend half my time shushing the ______ boors who chitchat while the orchestra is playing.

7 Debase Every time a new rule is introduced in a popular sport, there are fans who will say it will______it. She has______ her considerable talents by writing books that are designed to appeal to the lowest tastes. By concentrating on personal gain, he has _____both himself and the high office to which he was elected.

8 Desecrate The search continues for the vandals who ____the cemetery. They ____ the funeral service by talking loudly during the ceremonies, laughing and generally showing complete lack of respect. It is a _______ of the memory of Lincoln to involve his name in defense of such a racist policy.

9 Disconcert They had hoped to _____ him with an unexpected question, but he was well prepared. He went right on with his speech, refusing to be_______ by the heckling of a few loud mouths. The conductor of the orchestra was so______ by the noisy audience that he stopped the performance and asked for quiet.

10 Grandiose In how many stories, I wonder, does an ambitious villain become the victim of _____ plans. At a time when we need a modest, low-cost housing program, how can we be expected to accept such a _____ scheme. His_____ schemes for the world conquest collapsed in a nightmare of military defeat and internal revolt.

11 Inconsequential Feel free to ignore the _____ details, provided that you know exactly which ones they are. An official who is responsible for shaping vital national policies should not waste time and energy on such ______ matters. The sum may seem _____ to you, but to me it is a great deal of money.

12 Infraction His uncle paid a fine for his _______ of the local recycling regulations. Even a so-called minor ______ of the traffic laws may lead to a serious accident. Although his conduct may not have violated any law, I considered it a gross _____ of conventional ethical standards.

13 Mitigate I had hoped to ____ her anger by offering an apology. Fond remembrance of happy days of family life intensified rather than _______ than her grief. The fact that he did everything possible to help the poor after the accident tends to ______ his responsibility for the tragedy.

14 Pillage The Commanding officer warned his troops not to _______ the conquered city. We are, I trust, long past the time when it was considered quite “natural” for newly elected officials to _______ the city treasure. The sale of so many great works of art to foreign collectors is, in my eyes, little more than _______ of our cultural heritage.

15 Prate He would _____ endlessly about the past but say nothing useful about our present dilemma. I became desperately tired of listening to him ______ about how important he was, how much money he had, and so forth. In her clumsy efforts to be recognized as an “intellectual,” she ______ endlessly about matters she does not really understand.

16 Punctilious The clerk was so ______ in obeying court rules that I had to remind him why I was there. Whenever she serves as chairperson, she is so ______ that she insists observing every fine point of parliamentary procedure. He is so _______ about every detail that it is said he irons his shoelaces before wearing them.

17 Redoubtable As a ruler he was _______ but, like all such rulers, not much loved. Though most of our players were the equals of theirs, the awesome size of their_______ center filled us with apprehension. She is such a _______ foe of the trite phrase that her students tremble lest her wrath descend on them using a cliché.

18 Reprove She _______ her staff for having followed orders blindly. I’m telling you this not to ______ you for having made a mistake but to prevent the mistake from being repeated. The principal _____ the entire student body for their discourteous behavior toward the guest speaker at the school assembly.

19 Restitution They made _______ for the damage to the car but never fully regained the friendship of its owner. Is there any way that we can make ______ for the terrible wrong we have done them? As ______ for the damage he had caused to the family car, Phil promised to clean and polish it regularly for a full year.

20 Stalwart She became as ______ on the basketball court as she was quick at mathematical puzzles. Though she looked rather frail, her _____ spirit made her a tireless crusader for women’s rights. All the power of Great Britain could not shake the American colonists in their ______ opposition to measures that they considered unfair and tyrannical.

21 Vulnerable Those brave enough to have opposed the dictator’s rise now found themselves in a ________ position. Our democracy, I believe, is more _____ to decay from within than it is to attack from the outside. Her self-confidence is so unshakeable that she is simply not ______ to “put-down” remarks that would annoy other people.

22 RPS PrefixRootSuffix BeneGood, wellFicMake, doOusFull of, having the qualities of De away, away from CadFall, befallTionAct or process of GrandBig, large, great in size BaseStep, go, walk AbleExpressing capacity Sacholy SequiFollowed, following Fract/fragBreak, crack Prov, probUpright, good, honest VulnerWound, wounding

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