Unite (vi/vt), Unity (n)

Here are a pair of context clues worksheet, the first on the verb unite and the second on the noun unity. The verb is used both intransitively and transitively; this document is keyed to the definition of unite as “to put together to form a single unit” and “to become one or as if one.” Unity, in the second document, is keyed to the definitions “a condition of harmony” and “the quality or state of being made one.”

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