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IVS: CHAPTER 9 WORDS: CONCURRENT CONFISCATE CONSTITUTE DECIPHER DEFAULT HYPOTHETICAL NOMINAL PREDOMINANT PREREQUISITE RECESSION.

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3 IVS: CH. 9 - TEN WORDS IN CONTEXT: Having mistakenly registered for two concurrent classes, Joe had to drop one of them and choose a course that met at a different time. a. occurring at the same time b. resulting c. noticeable "Hand 'em over," my father said. Just as we were really starting to have fun, he confiscated our entire supply of water balloons. a. to distribute evenly b. to take possession of c. to overlook 1. Concurrent (kən-kûr'ənt) - adjective 2. Confiscate (kŏn'fĭs-kāt) - verb

4 In my opinion, a good movie, a pizza, and animated conversation constitute a perfect night out. a. to repeat b. to oppose c. to form On one of Holly's essays, her English teacher wrote, "Please type your papers. I can't decipher your handwriting." a. to figure out b. to find c. to improve 3. Constitute (kŏn'stĭ-toot) - verb 4. Decipher (dĭ-sī'fər) - verb

5 We won our case against the appliance repairman because he defaulted by failing to appear in court. a. to act as expected b. not to do something required c. to begin Imagine the hypothetical situation of going to live alone on an island. Which books and CDs would you take along? a. sure to happen b. dangerous c. imaginary 5. Default (dĭ-fôlt') - verb 6. Hypothetical (hī'pō-thĕt'ĭ-kəl) - adjective

6 Except for a nominal registration fee, the camp for needy children is entirely free. a. enormous b. very little c. helpful Rock is the predominant music in our dorm, but country music is also popular. a. rare b. main c. temporary 7. Nominal (nŏm'ə-nəl) - adjective 8. Predominant (prĭ-dŏm'ə-nənt) - adjective

7 You can't take Spanish Literature 1 unless you've taken the prerequisite, Spanish 3. a. a requirement b. a penalty c. a method The department store laid off twenty workers during the recession, but it rehired them when business improved. a. a rapid growth b. a sale c. an economic setback 9. Prerequisite (prē-rĕk'wĭ-zĭt) - noun 10. Recession (rĭ-sĕsh' ən) - noun

8 1. To make up; be the parts of IVS: CH. 9 - MATCHING WORDS WITH DEFINITIONS: Constitute 2. To fail to do something required 3. Most common or most noticeable 4. Something required beforehand 5. To seize with authority; legally take possession of 6. To interpret or read (something confusing or hard to make out) 7. Slight; very small compared with what might be expected 8. Happening or existing at the same time; simultaneous 9. A temporary decline in business 10. Supposed for the sake of argument or examination; imaginary; theoretical Default Predominant Prerequisite Confiscate Decipher Nominal Concurrent Recession Hypothetical


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