Presentation on theme: "Root Week 4 il, im, in, ir il, im, in, ir= not. cause/effect transition words Having too much homework causes stress; consequently, students go postal."— Presentation transcript:
Root Week 4 il, im, in, ir il, im, in, ir= not
cause/effect transition words Having too much homework causes stress; consequently, students go postal. Accordingly, consequently, hence, because therefore, thus for, so, subsequently as a result
illegible adj. Not capable of being read or deciphered; unreadable His printing was illegible; therefore, the teacher gave him a failing grade.
Illogical (adj.) Without reason or logic; senseless Her explanation was illogical; consequently, she was caught in a lie.
Immaculate (adj.) Having no stain or blemish; spotlessly clean He cleaned for weeks; as a result, his home was immaculate. What do you think maculate means?
Maculate adjective 1. spotted; stained. 2. Archaic. defiled; impure. verb (used with object), mac·u·lat·ed, mac·u·lat·ing. Archaic. 3. to mark with a spot or spots; stain. 4. to sully or pollute.
Inaccessible (adj.) Not capable of being reached; unreachable The gate proved inaccessible; therefore, I couldn’t sneak in the house.
Irrelevant (adj.) Not meaningful or not having to do with the matter at hand. John’s point was irrelevant because it had nothing to do with the topic.