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Unit 32

Analogical Word-Endings—Disjoined

     230.  In most of the disjoined word-endings the vowel preceding the ending is understood, as in art(i)cle, barn(a)cle, dom(e)stic, cal(a)mity, extr(e)mity, auth(o)rity, sec(u)rity:

Disjoined word-endings

     *In the words forward, afterward, upward, and backward, the suffix is joined; while it is disjoined in other words.

231.  Key to Analogical Word-Endings

     1. article, practical, physical, musical, medical, technical.
     2. politic, political, politically, critic, critical, critically.
     3. personality, locality, formality, facility, utility.
     4. formulate, formulation, speculate, speculation, regulate, regulation.
     5. possibility, ability, sensibility, nobility, reliability, adaptability, visibility.
     6. capacity, simplicity, ferocity, tenacity, scarcity, sagacity, electricity.
     7. psychology, apology, analogy, physiology, theology, zoology, genealogy, mineralogy.
     8. authority, majority, prosperity, security, sincerity, popularity, minority.
     9. classification, specification, modification, notification, qualification, justification.
     10. phonograph, photography, geography, lithography, stenography, typography, typographic.
     11. telegraph, telegraphy, telegrapher, telegraphic, calligraphy.
     12. telegram, cablegram, radiogram, pilgrim, program.
     13. forward, afterward, upward, backward, reward, boyhood, neighbor­hood, childhood.
     14. friendship, kinship, worship, courtship, hardship, township, partnership.
     15. fundamental, ornamental, supplemental, experimental, temperamental.
     16. calamity, extremity, serenity, divinity.
     17. domestic, artistic, drastic, elastic, fantastic.

232.  Reading and Dictation Practice

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