Medical Terminology Quiz chapter 1
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Medical Terminology Quiz Chapter 1 Answer T for true and F for False 1 A combing vowel is used when connecting a word root and a suffix if the suffix begins with the letter g 2 A combing form is a word part 3 A combing vowel is used between a prefix and a word root 4 The word root is the core of a medical term 5 A prefix modifies the mean of the word Answers 1 True 2 Flue 3 False 4 True 5 True Match the phrases in the first column with the correct terms in the second column Attached at the beginning of a word root usually an o All medical terms contain at least one attached at the end of a work root word root with combing vowel attached P PP P Medical Terminology Quiz Chapter 1 Options 0 Combing Vowels o Prefix 0 Combing form 0 Word root 0 Suffix Answers 1 B Prefix 2 A Combing vowel 3 D Word Root 4 E suffix 5 C Combing form To analyze medical terms Answer divide them into word parts amp label each word amp each combing form Summary Word root core of a word Suffix attached at the end of a word root to modify its meaning PLfix attached at the beginning of a word to modify its meaning Combing vowel usually an 0 used between two word roots or a word root and suffix to ease pronunciation Combing for m word root plus combing vowel separated by a vertical slash
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