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Focus: eu, onym, miso (p. 9,10)
birth, produce, race
like, related to
having the quality of
state, quality, act
act, state, condition
state, quality, act
Thats it! Did you know all of them?
Focus: therm, hydro (p. 5,6). de- away, down, not.
Focus: chron (p. 3).
Affixes we have learned Dr.Frankenstein s Word Parts- Affixes.
Reading Vocabulary. words that have opposite meanings antonyms Example: big and small.
Sight Word Review Please read the following words as quickly as you can. If you make a mistake make sure to correct yourself. Remember: Remember you get.
What is he doing?.
Ono/Nym/Onym Word, Name. Ac-ro-nym A-non-y-mous An-to-nym E-po-nym He-ter-o-nym Hom-o-nym O-no-ma-to-poeia Or-o-nym Pseu-do-nym Syn-o-nym.
Greek & Latin Roots Weekly Word Lists. Week 1 a, an, in = Without ant, anti, contra,contro = against, opposite bio, vit = life (o)logy = study or science.
PrefixesLatin Prefixes Greek Prefixes SuffixesWhat’s it mean??
Word Pieces – Week One Preview
Ad (ac, af, ag, al, an, ap, ar, as, at) Advent Ad (to) vent (come) Aggressive Ag (to, toward) gress (walk, go) ive (that which) Ascend As (toward) scend.
Etymology Note Cards Greek Prefixes 1-13.
Building Vocabulary from Word Roots
Personality Types Vocabulary
SMALL 50 BIG 100 ANTE 0 End NEXT LEVEL
Word Clues 1. anthrop 1 man; mankind phil 2 love.
The Marriage Bond Two Attacks on the Biblical Pattern for Marriage (Matt. 5:27-32)
Vocabulary – Week 4 Amphi - Both Amphibian – lives both on land and in water.
Philosopher A person that offers views or theories on profound questions in ethics Phil – Love Sopher - Learning Philosopher is a noun. Aristotle was a.
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