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WORDSKILLS – LESSON 2
1. bi – two Bicycle – a vehicle with two wheels & pedals Bifocal – eyeglasses with two parts in each lens
2. co – together, with Compose – to create by putting parts together Corroborate – to confirm by comparing with someone else’s story
3. demi – half Demigod – a being that is half god & half human Demiplie – ballet position where the dancer bends knees halfway
4. dys – bad, poorly Dysfunction – poorly functioning Dyslexia – developmental disorder which leads to poor reading & writing skills
5. eu – good, well Euolgy – a speech of praise & goodness for someone deceased Euphemism – using a gentle term to say something harsh (ex: “Robert passed away” instead of “Robert is dead”)
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6. fore – before, first Forefather – a member of a past generation; an ancestor Forecast – predict or estimate future events
7. hyper – above, beyond, over Hyperactive –abnormally or extremely active Hyperbole – extreme exaggeration to make a point
8. hypo – under Hypothermia – the condition of having dangerously low body temperature Hypodermic – relating to the region immediately beneath the skin
9. mega (megal) – large, great Megaphone – a device used to project your voice Megalomania – Obsession with power
10. mono – one, single Monarchy – a form of government where there is one leader-king or queen Monocle – a single eyeglass
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11. neo – new Neolithic – related to the stone age Neophyte – a person who is new to a skill, subject, or belief
12. prim (prin) – first Primary – of the most importance, the original source Prince – the son of a monarch
13. poly – many Polytheism – a belief in many gods Polygon –a shape with many sides
14. quasi – having likeness, resembling Quasistellar – object resembling the stars Quasisuccessful – having gained success
15. semi – half Semicircle –half of a circle Semifinal – a game or round immediately before the final
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Word List: hyper sym-,syn- = together, same. overly active; abnormally busy.
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(1) arch- means chief; first Examples Archetype = original Archbishop = chief bishop Archeology = study of first people or ancient times.
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