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    CCSS Alignment Strand Numbers for Specific Grades:
    Context: "CCSS.ELA-Literacy." precedes these numbers: 2.4a, 3.4a, 4.4a, 5.4a, 6.4a, 7.4a, 8.4a, 9-10.4a, 11-12.4a
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    1) Word Roots 3: CERN, JUR, LEG Intermediate Fill-in-the Blanks --

    Directions: To solve the Word Roots 3: CERN, JUR, LEG Intermediate Fill-in-the Blanks word puzzle use the vocabulary word list. Place a single answer in each box. The correct vocabulary answers are in the Word Roots 3 Intermediate word list.
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    Clue: The Word Roots 3: CERN, JUR, LEG Intermediate vocabulary word list contains 12 correct answers. In addition to this Word Roots Fill-in-the Blanks activity, also has a free Word Puzzle, Word Search, Crossword, Definition Match, Synonym or Antonym, a True or False and a Contextual Story with AUDIO activity.
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    Vocabulary Word List: Latin roots CERN-CRET = separate, distinguish and CERT = sure, settled; JUR/JUS = law, right; LEG = law:
    Intermediate: allege, ascertain, colleague, conjure, delegate, discern, discreet, indiscretion, injurious, justification, loyalty, readjustment

    Word Roots 3: CERN, JUR, LEG Intermediate Fill-in-the Blanks --

    1)  The remarks Bill made were so and unjustified that Joan burst into tears.
    2)  Has Timmy ever seen a magician who is able to rabbits from a top hat?
    3)  With a of tight laces, Sam could now wear his boots more comfortably.
    4)  The decorator wisely gave her client a lot of for the high cost of the sofa due to its superior craftsmanship.
    5)  Bill could easily the falcon that perched almost at the top of the pine tree.
    6)  The doctor will certainly attempt to precisely why the symptoms Dee shows are so bizarre.
    7)  The real estate agent must make a inquiry about the status of the credit rating his client has earned.
    8)  Genevieve committed an when she purposely eavesdropped on a private conversation.
    9)  A history teacher did not that someone had cheated, she insisted dishonesty had occurred.
    10)  Matt is very pleased to have been chosen to serve as a at the convention in Detroit.
    11)  Mary graciously shared a successful lesson plan with another in her department.
    12)  Jackson, a Labrador retriever, shows his devotion and to his family everyday.