Pars 409, 201, 411. These proper names should be treated the same as Assign 69. Reviewed often.
Pars 412, 413. The writer composed this material as a special drill on the disjoined suffixes. Because it provides so complete and instensive a drill on these dis joined suffixes, this material may be used in the way recommended for similar material in Assign 69.
It is inevitable that so intensive a review of these disjoined prefixes and suffixes should produce somethign less than a literary masterpiece, but the writer feels that the letters and aarticles do 'make good sense,' and that is about all that can be asked of a complete review of these necessarily polysyllabic forms.
Homework Read the assignment Write the assignment Transcribe the assignment (book/and or your notes) Take dictation from any recorded material you have from this or previous assignments. Read the drill at the end of the book.