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Vocabulary Unit #2
Root Word Example Sta, Sti - The root Sta is in the word Stage. A platform on which actors stand during a play. Sti Sta
The soldier had to work quickly to stanch the blood seeping from the wound.
Though she was a staunch believer in the goodness of humanity, she found her faith tested by the horrible events of the week.
Although they are classified as extinct, I fear there may still be some extant megaladons hidden in the ocean.
Police feared the townspeople would grow restive under the strict curfew and begin to engage in acts of civil disorder.
Root Word Example Pos - The root Pos is in the word Position. A word used to describe where someone might put or place something.
Apropos of Jims speech on nuclear energy, Dawn mentioned that a new plant would be built in the neighboring town.
Once Saddam Hussein was deposed, the statues of him were also torn down.
Root Word Example Stas, Stat- The root Stat is in the word Stationary. A word used to describe bikes designed for standing instead of actual travel.
Usually he cant sit still, but because he stayed up all night, he has remained mostly static today.
Penn States homecoming victory over Michigan left the fans in a state of ecstasy.
In order to prevent the space travelers from aging significantly, they were kept in a medically controlled stasis.
Root Word Example Ent, Ess - The root ess is in the word essential. A word used to describe things that are to be completely necessary. Wheels are an essential part of a bicycle.
There appeared to be a mysterious entity floating in the clouds.
After a lot of work, the scientist was finally able to extract the essence of vanilla from the vanilla beans.
His excellent grades and behavior, when paired with his school spirit, made him the quintessential student.
Greek and Latin Roots UNIT TWO. STA, STI From the Latin ‘stare’ and ‘stantum’ stand or stay.
Sta-, Sti- Pos- Stas-/Stat- Ent-/Ess- UNIT TWO. Stand, stay STA-/STI-
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