Presentation on theme: "Verbivore’s Diner #15 Today’s Specials: Roots - Homo Affixes – “E-” or “Ex-” Mythology & History – “Labyrinthine” Adopted Words - raconteur."— Presentation transcript:
Verbivore’s Diner #15 Today’s Specials: Roots - Homo Affixes – “E-” or “Ex-” Mythology & History – “Labyrinthine” Adopted Words - raconteur
Root du jour O Homo O “one and the same” O “alike”
Affixes Prix Fixe O Prefix “E-” or “Ex-” O “Out” O Expel O Emit
Mythology & History Main O Labyrinthine O The LABYRINTH was a mythological maze in Crete which held the Minotaur, a beast who was half man, half bull. “Labyrinthine” therefore means anything complicated and full of confusion.
Adopted Word Dessert O Raconteur (French) O Person skilled in telling stories. Witty, amusing.
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