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- What are the stems in the following: mulier, -eris III f., infans, -ntis III m., infamia I, -ae f., fides, -ei V f., fors, fortis III f.
- What are the syllable boundaries in the following: quot, amicitia, quinque, Theodora, Juppiter.

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    I can help ya with the second question...I just started learning it
    quot, amicitia, quinque, Theodora, Juppiter.
    quot--q+u, these two letter are always stuck to each other..so qu+o+t this is a monosyllabic word
    amictia : a+mi+ci+ti+a
    quinque: like quot..quin+que...two syllables
    Theodora: th may be borrowed from old greek...the+o+do+ra
    Juppiter : I think it's Ju-ppi-ter, but according to my book, it seems to be like"jup+pi+ter"

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