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Root Words ject = throw
eject Verb to throw out The referee will eject or throw out the basketball player after five fouls.
projector Noun a machine that throws an image onto a wall The projector makes things look bigger on the wall so everyone can see.
projectile Noun an object thrown into air with some force An eraser was the projectile that was thrown across the room.
dejected adjective To feel sad; to feel thrown down in spirit Jack always felt dejected when his team lost.
injection Noun A shot; the “throwing” of medicine into a body by a needle A doctor gives you a shot of medicine to help you feel better.
interjection noun a word thrown into a sentence or conversation The interjection was thrown into the conversation without warning.
jettison verb to throw goods overboard to lighten the load on a boat or an airplane We need to jettison this luggage so the boat doesn’t sink.
reject verb to throw something out because it is defective and can’t be used again The button factory will reject all round buttons because they only make square ones.
subject verb To throw oneself under someone else’s rule You are subject to your parents’ rules and expectations.
trajectory Noun the curved path of an object thrown into space The higher the paper airplane goes, the wider angle of the trajectory.
JECT = throw. Dejected (adj.) – to feel sad; to feel thrown down in spirit.
ROOT WORDS Ject = Throw. Dejected To feel sad; to feel thrown down in spirit.
Root Words ject = throw. dejected (adjective) Definition: To feel sad; To feel thrown down in spirit Kara felt very dejected when her friends made.
Ject- (To Throw). De ject ed E ject In jec tion Jet ti son Pro ject ile Pro jec tor Re ject Sub ject Tra ject ory.
Vocabulary Graphic Organizer for Ject Root word Ject = to throw.
Greek and latin roots.
Word Study. What do you need to know? Write down the following information!
Root Word– ject = throw Prefix- poly = many
Greek & Latin Roots of the Week HS Reading: First Nine Weeks.
Honors English I Vocabulary
Root Word: ped = foot 1.biped (n) 2.centipede (n) 3.impediment(n) 4.millipede(n) 5.pedal (n) 6.peddler (n) 7.pedestrian (n) 8.pedicure (n) 9.quadruped.
Parts of Speech Review. A Noun is a person, place, thing, or idea.
Phrases. What’s the difference between a clause & a phrase? The answer is simple: a clause has a subject & verb, & a phrase doesn’t. There are several.
Ped/Man/Manu. Bears and tigers are examples of these.
Used in place of a noun pronoun.
Think of a sentence to go with this picture. Can you use any of these words? then if so while though since when Try to use interesting adjectives, powerful.
VERBS. WHAT IS SIGNIFICANT ABOUT VERBS? A verb is an important part of every sentence. No sentence is complete without a verb (and a subject noun).
Meaning = book Related words = Bible, bibliography, bibliomania, (in Spanish bibliotheca = library, a building that holds books), Sentence = My teacher.
Latin Rootsa: aud, grat, ject
GAME’S RULES Children move freely in the playing-field. One child, standing in the middle, after some time he says :” PRETTY” LITTLE STATUES, ARE YOU.
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