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Posted by Bryan on Wednesday, October 22, 2008 at 9:16pm.

Needs help with this assignment.

PART B: You learned two ways in which you can unlock the meaning of an unknown word: (1) Structural Analysis (Word Parts) and (2) Contextual Analysis (Context Clues). State which of the methods you would use to unlock the highlighted words meaning and state what you think the meaning of the word is. For example, if you used structural analysis, which word part did you use (prefix, a suffix, or the root word)? If you used contextual analysis, which contextual clue did you use (definition, synonym, antonym, example, or inference clues)? (2 pts each/total 20 pts)

1. Use a telescope to see into the sky.

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2. When taking notes, include any supporting evidence, examples, and other information you found that will clarify difficult concepts.

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3. She took a course in ecology because of her interests.

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4. Putting your work off until the last minute will have adverse, or negative, effects on your learning.

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5. The folly of youth stands in stark contrast to the wisdom of age.

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6. Some creatures can regenerate parts of themselves, such as a starfish growing a new arm or a lizard growing a new tail.

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7. In a healthy marriage, giving should be reciprocal, not one-sided.

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8. Geriatric citizens are concerned about the cost of health care; in contrast, youthful citizens are concerned about finding a job.

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9. A rogue since childhood, Mark lived the life of a rebel.

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10. In retrospect, after pulling a muscle running, Manny said, I should have warmed up before exercising.

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