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The first one has been done for you. 54 1. manifest _ _ give up 2. disparities - 3. relinquish _ 1_ figure out 4. ennobling _ _ gaping hole 5. dodge _ _ earnestness 6. encounter _ _ exploit 7. complicity _ _ nexus UNIT 3 • RAISETHE ISSUES - obscure 1. In many cases, the differences between a child's birth culture and its adoptive culture are manife6t. In others, however, it may take the child a while to figure out the difference. Word relation: Both words are concerned with grasping the truth. If something is manife6t, it.
Girls who study math and science Ferguson: ------------------- Kaminer: ----------- - - -- B. GIVING YOUR OPINION Which opinions in Part A do you share? What experiences have led you to these opinions? Discuss your ideas with your classmates. C. VOCABULARY REINFORCEMENT: Word Forms Work in small groups. Fill in the missing word forms for each vocabulary item in the chart. ) Use a dictionary if necessary. NOUNS X VERBS ADJECTIVES ADVERBS elect electively foster X X X fragile X exuberant X renewed X endorsement X endowed mandate X correlation correlatively Complete the sentences with the correct word form from the chart.
The parents to enroll their daughter in a single-sex school, believing it would protect her from the distractions of boys. A. CASE STUDY: Dartmouth College Fraternities and Sororities The following reading presents a true case that raises the issue of whether single-sex or coeducational experiences may be best for students. Study the case. Dartmouth College, founded in 1769, belongs to the "Ivy League"-a highly selective group of private colleges and universities in the United States. In 1972 Dartmouth went from being an all-male college to a coeducational college.