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Dict (to say) Dict (to say) Tract (pull) Tract (pull) Port (to carry) Port (to carry) Form (shape) Form (shape) Spect (to look) Spect (to look)
One who watches; an onlooker
What is a spectator?
The prospect of good to come; anticipation
What is expectation?
To regard with suspicion and mistrust
What is suspect?
Verb: to esteem Noun: to regard, deference Literally: to look again
Verb: to esteem Noun: to regard, deference Literally: to look again What is respect?
Looking around; watchful; prudent
What is circumspect?
One “form” or style of clothing such as is worn by nurses
What is uniform?
One who does not conform
What is non-conformist?
To form or make anew; to reclaim
What is to reform?
To change into another substance; change of form
What is transform?
Disfigurement; spoiling the shape What is deform?
Goods brought into a country from another country to be sold
What is import?
One who carries burdens for hire
What is porter?
To remove from one place to another
What is transport?
To give an account of
What is report?
A case for carrying loose papers
What is portfolio?
Adjective; having power to attract; alluring; inviting
What is attractive?
A powerful motor vehicle for pulling farm machinery, heavy loads, etc.
What is tractor?
The power to grip or hold to a surface while moving; without slipping
What is traction?
An agreement; literally, to draw together
What is contract?
To take apart from the rest; to deduct
What is subtract?
A book containing the words of a language explained
What is dictionary?
A speaking against, a denial
What is contradiction?
A blessing often at the end of a worship
What is benediction?
An order proclaimed by an authority
What is edict?
To charge with a crime
What is indict?
JEOPARDY SPECT (to look) FORM (shape) PORT (to carry) TRACT (to draw or pull) DICT (to say, speak)
Jeopardy SPECT (to look) FORM (shape) PORT (to carry) TRACT (draw or pull) DICT (to say, speak) Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300.
LATIN ROOT. Topic 1: SPECT (to look) Topic 2: FORM (to shape) Topic 3: PORT (to carry) Topic 4: TRACT (draw or pull) Topic 5: DICT (to say, speak) 100.
Latin Root Jeopardy Words Their Way SPECT (to look) FORM (shape) PORT (to carry) TRACT (draw or pull) DICT (to say, speak)
© Mark E. Damon - All Rights Reserved Latin Roots Taken from Words Their Way written by Bear, Inverrnizi, Templeton, and Johnston Adapted by Claire Anne.
“DICT” A Greek/Latin root word meaning speak. Contradict Definition: to speak against; to say to opposite Part of Speech: verb.
Root Words These are words that are Latin or Greek We attach prefixes, suffixes, or other modifiers to them, which slightly change their meaning Example:
UNIT 7 SPELLING dict- = speak contradict Verb To speak against; to say the opposite (not polite to do this to parents) He will contradict what.
“dict” means to speak. dictionary This word describes a reference book that contains definitions of words and how to speak each word.
ROOT WORDS Dict = Speak. Contradict To speak against; to say the opposite.
“Dict” Means “Speak” diction One’s manner of speaking; enunciation.
Word List: tract = pull. to pull a person’s attention in another direction.
Prefix Definition: in front, against, in the way of.
Word List: tract = pull. What is the root that means pull?
Dict- (To Speak). Con tra dict Dic ta tion Dic ta tor Dic tion Dic tion ar y Dic tum Ed ict In dict ment Pre dict Ver dict.
This week’s Greek or Latin Root is… port. What words do you know that have the root “port” in them?
Dic, dict – to say or inform. dictate dictator dictatorship.
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“SPEC” A Greek/Latin root word meaning see or look.
Tract~ Pull. Abstract(adj.) Attract(n.) Contract (v.) Distract (v.) Extract (v.) Protract(v.) Retraction (n.) Subtract(v.) Traction(adj.) Tractor(n.)
LL7 and HLL7 Vocabulary Unit #3. Root: “Port” DEFINITION: CARRY EXAMPLE WORD: PORTFOLIO – (N) - A LARGE, FLAT, THIN CASE FOR CARRYING LOOSE PAPERS, DRAWINGS,
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Vocabulary List: dict = speak. What is the root that means speak?What is the root that means speak?
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Root (stem) Words: Tract, struct, flect or flex. Root or stems are a basic word part that gives a word most of its meaning. Many English words have.
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Vocabulary and Concept Development EDI Standard: 1.4 Students will identify common roots and affixes derived from Greek and Latin and use this knowledge.
Using the information provided, fill in the blanks using the following word part and its definition. PED PED comes from the Latin ped. It means FOOT. In.
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READ-AROUND REVIEW: port = carry. What is the root that means carry?
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Trac, Tract = pull, draw, drag. Tractor: A machine that pulls up and drags things The farmed plowed the field with a tractor.
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