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User: The 2nd step in understanding unfamiliar words is to infer meaning by looking at _________________. a. their context c. their root words b. their pronunication d. their part of speech

Weegy: The 2nd step in understanding unfamiliar words is to infer meaning by looking at c. their root words
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User: Identify the part of speech of the underlined word in the following sentence. The snellious vamparts razzled up and down the bubblevool. a. noun c. modifier b. verb d. none of the above



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