How to check the word "collective farm"?
KOLKHOZ is the initial name of the derivative of the initial letters of the expression "COLLECTIVE HOUSEHOLD".
The word COLLECTIVE comes from the Latin collectivus-collective, unstressed vowel O we remember.
A paired unpronounceable consonant З, deafened at the end of a word, can be checked with words such as kolkhoZy, kolkhoZnik, kolkhozny.
The word Kolkhoz turns out to be a masculine noun and second declension with a zero ending: Kolkhoz-Kolkhoz-Kolkhoz.
The stress in it falls on the second syllable: kolkhoz.
The root of the word turns out to be the morpheme KOLKHOZ, although this word turns out to be a simple abbreviation of the phrase Collective Economy or otherwise an abbreviation.
Note that in this root there is an unstressed vowel O, and the word itself can be mistakenly written as kalkhoz.
We cannot check the unstressed vowel O in this word with the related words Collective or Collective, and its spelling should be remembered. But we will check the last paired consonant З with the word collective farms or the word household.
No, the syllable "count" is from the word "collective", but you cannot check it, that is, it is a dictionary one.