VCR 4 Presentation
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Roots: DUCO, DUCERE, DUXI, DUCTUM <L "to lead" and CON, CUM <L "with"
Alternate Forms: conduce v. ; conduciveness n.
Choose the sentence in which the word in bold-faced type is used incorrectly.
(b) In her chemistry class, Sarah learned that metals are very conducive of electricity.
(c) Disruptive classmates make for an environment that is not conducive to learning and force the teacher to stop teaching to deal with their outbursts.
(d) Gardens at monasteries are known for their conduciveness to meditation and relaxation.