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1 st – 3 rd Review Set
time chronology chronometer synchronize
feet pedal tripod centipede
water aquiferaquaplane aquaticaquanaut aquarium
sea marine marsh mermaid
no negativenegation negativisticneglect negligencenegligible
see telescope microscope
great megaphone megalopolis megacycle
write by hand scribble transcript
many multiply multiplication multicolored
ball hemispherestratosphere tropospheremesosphere thermosphere atmosphere
remember memoremember memoircommemoration memorable
far telephone telegraph telescope
wander/move migrate emigrant immigrate
power dynamo dynamic dynamite hydrodynamics
poison toxic intoxicate antitoxin
law legallegislature legislatelegitimize
tell narrator narrative narration narrate
by hand manicure manual manipulate
look inspect spectacle
highest summit summary
star astronaut astrophysics
self automobile automatic
half hemisphere semiannual
heat thermometer thermal thermos thermostat hypothermia
circle bicycle tricycle cyclone
great megaphone megacycle megaton
carry transport import export portable
letter grammar telegram
see video supervise vision vivid
sound telephone phonic
year annual anniversary biannual
small / less minus minimum mini-skirt
4 th Grade Root Set. sequ secu follow sequenceprosecute consequencesecond sequel ensue consecutive.
“Need to Know” Root Words 4 th Grade 4th grade Contact Becky Hansen;
DWL Daily Written Language. Directions: Copy the following notes for ROOT WORDS in your Writing Section of your binder. ROOTS A ROOT is the main part.
ROOTS It’s where it’s all at. Agri The root “agri” means field or soil. AGRICULTURE, AGRIBUSINESS.
Root Words Wilson Communications 7. Root Words Definition: The form of a word after all affixes are removed It has meaning For example: incredible; cred.
Applying Root Meanings. Practice Question 1 What is the root word shown in the picture? A. auto B. audi C. tele D. therm.
Do you know what these medical terms mean? Suprascapular Dentition Cardiomyopathy Dermopathy What if you had the following clues Supra means above, scap.
Root Meaning Examples mania mania, maniac, kleptomania, pyromania madness.
Prefixes, suffixes and root words Word Parts. Phon or phono (Root) Means: sound Examples: phonograph, symphony, telephone, microphone.
Root Words and Prefixes 3 Minute Daily Bell-Ringers to Get Class Started.
Greek And Latin Root Words Your Name Here. Directions Create a Power Point Slide Show Select 5 root words, list as many words as you can (minimum 5 words.
A Presentation Created by TEACHERS UNLEASHED. Root words and Base words Root Words and Base Words are the same. Root words and base words are the most.
Stem # 1 act Definition : do Examples : action, react.
Root of the Day IN YOUR PURPLE NOTEBOOK 1. Copy the root 2. Copy the sentence 3. Write a definition for the root 4. List examples of other words using.
Affixes we have learned Dr.Frankenstein s Word Parts- Affixes.
Greek Alphabet and Roots. Greek Alphabet Alpha Beta Gamma Delta Epsilon Zeta Eta Theta Iota Kappa Lambda Mu Nu Xi Omicron Pi Rho Sigma Tau Upsilon Phi.
Root Words. Auto Definition: self Word examples: 1.autonomous: self-governing; independent 2.autograph: person’s individual signature 3.automobile: self-propelled.
Prefixes, Roots, and Suffixes TEST: Friday, March 7.
Greek and Latin Roots Common Pre-fixes. What are roots? An English word can consist of three parts: the root, a prefix and a suffix. The root is the part.
Greek and Latin Roots By Miss Gardner foli leaf.
Vocabulary – Unit 4 Prefixes, Roots, and Suffixes.
Focus: therm, hydro (p. 5,6). de- away, down, not.
Focus: chron (p. 3). ana- back, against syn- with, together.
Greek and Latin Roots 7 th Grade. What is a root word?
Word Parts Vocabulary Made Easy THERMO Meaning: Heat or temperature Examples – Thermostat Thermal Thermometer.
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.
Common Prefixes and Suffixes Science Skills and Reasoning.
VOCABULARY GRADE 7 Weeks of: 9/30/13 and 10/7/13 Quiz: Friday, 10/11/13.
Greek Roots Greek Root #1: An, An Root: A, An Meaning: Without, Not Visual Representation:Word List: Achromatic: without color Amoral: unethical.
Meaning = star Related words = astronomy, astronaut, asterisk, asteroid, disaster, astrophysicist Sentence = Little kids often want to be an astronaut.
Inventions Vocabulary Project Greek and Latin Root Words, Prefixes, and Suffixes by Mindy Ittenbach Ellicott Mills Middle School April, 2015.
UNIT 3 SPELLING UNIT 2 & 3 ROOT WORD VOCAB UNIT 3 SPELLING WORDS 1.universe 2.billion 3.binoculars 4.Tripod 5.unique 6.unison 7.triple 8.semicircle 9.triangle.
Meaning = death Related words = mortal, immortal, mortality, mortician, mortuary Sentence = Vampires may be immortal; but the rest of us will eventually.
Greek Root Jeopardy GEOSPHEREHYDRO METER PORT Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
aqua (water) aquamarine, aquarius, aquatic audi (hear) Audiologist, audiometer, audition.
Quick Start Instructions 1.In Slide Sorter View, mix up the order of the slides. (The slides will automatically re-number.) 2.Click the Slide Show button.
PrefixesLatin Prefixes Greek Prefixes SuffixesWhat’s it mean??
RootMeaning Examples 1.anthrohuman beinganthropology 2.aster, astrostarastronomy, asterisk 3.baropressurebarometer 4.biblio, biblibookbibliography,
Sed geo organ acu tele hydro ology ist posit volvo tor/tort therm cred de graph ment cycl/cyclo voc Finished.
The Legacy of Ancient Greece. Greek Contributions to Modern Language The word alphabet comes from the first two letters of the Greek alphabet. Many English.
Latin and Greek Root Words. Basic Terms root form: inspector, thermal base word: unlikely prefix: re-, un-, dis- suffix: -able, -ive, -ly derivation-a.
Root Review 1 andr/o – man; male; stamen apo – away; from; off; separate astro, aster – star derma, dermat/o – skin morph/o – form.
Greek & Latin Roots and Affixes RW1.4 (5 th Grade) Know abstract, derived roots and affixes from Greek and Latin, and use this knowledge.
Vocabulary #3 far away, distant tele. Television – seeing distant things Television – seeing distant things Telephone – sound from far away Telephone.
Greek Roots 1. bio11. cosmo 2. micro12. auto 3. dox, dog13. gen 4. pol, polis, polit14. lys, lyt 5. the15. chron, chrono 6. graph, graphy16. logue, log.
Word List: therm = heat, temperature. endothermic heated from within the body.
Word Within the Word List 5 Day 1 Stems 1-6 stem 1 Vita: life Vita: life Examples: Examples: Vitamin: pill taken to make your body/life healthier Vitamin:
It’s Greek to Me… Greek Alphabet and Contributions to language.
BASIC WORDS 1.geometryWe study shapes and angles in geometry 2.perimeterOutline the perimeter of the court with chalk. 3.diameterThe diameter of a circle.
Language Roots List 1 Copyright © 2012 by Ellen M. Chapman Using Greek and Latin Root Words to Build Vocabulary.
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