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Vocabulary Unit #9
Root Word Example Solus- alone The root solus is in the word solitaire, a word that refers to a card game that is played alone.
Sheldons belief that he is never wrong, might lead others to think he believes in solipsism.
The billionaire could have lived in any fun place in the world, instead he chose a desolate castle.
At the end of Death of a Salesman, Willy delivers a soliloquy to the audience.
Root Word Example Mono – one The root mono is in the phrase mono y mono, a Spanish phrase that means hand to hand or one on one.
She thought daily note taking would be less monotonous if she used her laptop to take notes.
After spending hours planning his argument for why he should get the car, he was disappointed with his parents monosyllabic response.
Ben Stein is famous for his monotone manner of speech.
Root Word Example Vulg- crowd
If you are going to divulge bad news to the public, it would be helpful if you were not ugly.
Some elitists view words like aint as vulgar, or beneath them.
Root Word Example The root poly is in the word polygon, a word that means a shape with many angles. Poly, Poll- many... And other shapes youd rather not learn about!!!
The polymath might have known all the answers, but that tended to get on his friends nerves.
The king found it hard to identify with the hoi polloi.
The Star Trek fan asked, Does the ability to speak fluently in English, Spanish, and Klingon make me a polyglot?
Katie speaks French fluently. How does Katie speak French? Fluently.
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