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rebecca1233

  • 2 years ago

The suffix "pathy" means suffering. Using that as a context clue, what do you think sympathy means? To hide suffering To ignore suffering To not suffer To share suffering

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  2. kay14
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    To share suffering. Sympathy basically means like when you sad or somthing and you share your emotions and people feel bad for you. Like telling people your problems and getting sympathy for it.

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    so to share suffering ?

  4. kay14
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    Yes

  5. kelliegirl33
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    (prefix) sym means together (suffix) pathy means suffering Put them together and you get together suffering or suffering together.So, if your suffering together, you are sharing. Kay 14 was correct.

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