How to make out the words "heelless", "quiet", "shooting"?
To parse a word by its composition means to highlight the prefix, root, suffix, ending and stem of the word in it. In the word beskabluchny prefix devil, root kabluch, suffix n, ending th, stem of the word beskabluchny. In the word Quiet, the prefix is not, the root is loud, the ending is u, the root of the word is quiet. In the word shot, the root is eat, the suffix to, the ending is, the base of the word is shot.
The masculine adjective Bezkabluchny has the ending -SH: Bekabluchny-Bezkabluchnaya-Bezkabluchny.
The same root words are: heelless-heeled-heeled-heeled.
Therefore, the root of the word will be the morpheme -KABLUCH- in which we see the alternation of consonants K / H
Next, we select the prefix BEC- and the suffix of the adjective -H- as part of the word.
We get: BES-KABLUCH-N-S (prefix-root-suffix-ending), stem of the word: BESKABLUCHN-.
The masculine adjective Quiet has the ending -II: Quiet-Quiet-Quiet.
The one-root words are: Low-Loud-Loud-Loud.
Therefore, the root of the word will be the morpheme GROMK-, although the root GROM can be assumed, given the origin of this adjective from the word Grom.
Next, select the prefix HE- as part of the word.
We get: NO-LOUD-IY (prefix-root-ending), stem of the word: NEGROMK-.
The feminine noun Shooting refers to the first declension and has the ending -A: Shooting-Shooting-Shooting-Shooting-Shooting.
The one-root words are: Shooting-Shooting-Shooting.
Therefore, the root of the word will be the morpheme CHEM-.
Next, we select the suffix of the noun -K-.
We get: SHOOT-TO-A (root-suffix-ending), word stem: SHOOTING-