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30 terms

Unit 3 10th grade spelling

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accord
v. to agree; to be in harmony with
accrue
v. to fall to someone as a gain, addition, or advantage or to grow and accumulate, as the interest on capital
alleviate
v. to make physical or mental troubles more bearable
allude
v. to make an indirect or passing reference to without distinct specification
ameliorate
v. to make or grow better
effigy
n. a crude image or dummy of someone disliked
effrontery
n. shameless audacity, unblushing insolence
effulgence
n. splendid radiance, brilliance
elicit
v. to draw out or forth; to bring to light
erudite
n. possessing extensive scholarly knowledge
extol
v. to praise highly; to exalt; to glorify
extricate
v. to free from entanglement; disengage; liberate
It is dropped
When a suffix beginning with a vowel is added to a word ending in silent e, what happens to the e?
It is retained
If a suffix beginning with a consonant is added to a word ending in silent e, what happens to the e?
It is dropped
What happens to the final e of a word when "ment" is added to words ending in dge?
It is retained
What happens to the final e in words ending in "ce" or "ge" when "able" or "ous" is added?
right
advantageous
wrong
advantagous
right
argument
wrong
arguement
right
canoeing
wrong
canoing
right
noticeable
wrong
noticable
right
financier
wrong
financeir
right
neither
wrong
niether
right
species
wrong
speceis