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1. Select a travel companion. What might this person do that would baffle you on the trip? _________________________________ 2. Imagine a malevolent force (natural or human) that you might encounter on your trip. _____________________________________ 3. List two places you want access to on your trip. How do these places symbolize your interests? 4. Speculate on what you will do each day. Make a chronological list of activities you want to do. Think about the most opportune time to do each activity.
The candidate declared he was going to run for office; he made his position________________to everyone. 10. The decorative hanging i s ________________ of making the room more cheerful.
Die-, -diet-: predict, dictionary, dictation g. condition, act of h. one who 9. -tion, -ation: opposition, graduation, congratulations i. before 10. dis-: disorganized, discourage, dislike j. to say, to tell, to use words CHAPTER 4 Word Pa rt s I 29 Interactive Exercise Use the dictionary to find a word you don’t know that uses the word part listed below. W rite the meaning of the word part, the word, and the definition. If your dictionary has the etymology (history) of the word, see how the word part relates to the meaning, and write the etymology after the definition.
Linguistics - An Intro To Language And Communication by A. Akmajian