Presentation on theme: "Spelling Sort 30 Latin Word Roots. Latin word roots vid/vis, scrib/script The Latin word roots vid/vis means to see.The Latin word roots vid/vis means."— Presentation transcript:
Latin word roots vid/vis, scrib/script The Latin word roots vid/vis means to see.The Latin word roots vid/vis means to see. The Latin word roots scrib/script means to write.The Latin word roots scrib/script means to write.
Video of or pertaining to television, esp. the visual elements I shot a great video of my kids at their birthday parties.
Visible that can be seen; perceptible to the eye: The Catskill Mountains are visible from across the lake.
Revise to alter something already written or printed, in order to make corrections, improve, or update Make sure to revise your paper before turning it in.
Televise to send or receive by television Blues Clues will be televised each day at 7:00 a.m.
Television the broadcasting of a still or moving image via radiowaves to receivers that project a view of the image on a picture tube. I am getting a television for my birthday.
Visionary a person who is given to audacious, highly speculative, or impractical ideas or schemes; dreamer She was considered a visionary by her teachers.
Vista a view or prospect, esp. one seen through a long, narrow avenue or passage, as between rows of trees or houses Meet me at the end of the vista at midnight.
Visit to go to and stay with (a person or family) or at (a place) for a short time for reasons of sociability, politeness, business, curiosity, etc. We are planning to visit Washington D.C. this summer.
Supervise to oversee (a process, work, w workers, etc.) during execution or performance; superintend; have the oversight and direction of When you supervise the workers please use a gentle voice.
Provide to make available; furnish They said they would provide the food if we brought the drinks.
Improvise to compose and perform or deliver without previous preparation Jazz bands often improvise their music when playing live.
Subscribe to pledge, as by signing an agreement, to give or pay My mom will not let me subscribe to any magazine.
Prescribe to lay down, in writing or otherwise, as a rule or a course of action to be followed The doctor will prescribe cough medicine for the little girl.
Inscribe to address or dedicate (a book, photograph, etc.) informally to a person, esp. by writing a brief personal note in or on it The author will inscribe his book to fallen soldiers.
Transcribe to make an exact copy of (a document, text, etc.) You can transcribe information using a computer.
Scribe a person who serves as a professional copyist, esp. one who made copies of manuscripts before the invention of printing It took many scribes to write down events in history.
Description a statement, picture in words, or account that describes The girl was giving a complete description to the reporter about the gift shop robbery.
Prescription a direction, usually written, by the physician to the pharmacist for the preparation and use of a medicine or remedy I need to take my prescription to the drug store.
Inscription a note, as a dedication, that is written and signed by hand in a book Many authors will write an inscription inside of their books.
Transcript an exact copy or reproduction, esp. one having an official status You will need a transcript of your grades from high school when you apply to college.
Postscript a paragraph, phrase, etc., added to a letter that has already been concluded and signed by the writer He included a handwritten postscript in his letter.
Subscription the right to receive a periodical for a sum paid, usually for an agreed number of issues I need to renew my ESPN magazine subscription.