Presentation on theme: "Classical Roots – Unit 1 Motion Lesson 1 Roots Per – through - Latin Permanent – lasting through all time Persist – to continue for a long time."— Presentation transcript:
Classical Roots – Unit 1 Motion
Lesson 1 Roots Per – through - Latin Permanent – lasting through all time Persist – to continue for a long time
percussion The sharp striking of one thing against another (n) Instruments that make a sound when struck (n) Describing the striking of a substance or musical instrument (adj)
perennial Lasting for an indefinitely long time -adj. Continuing regularly - adj Living longer than two years, said especially of plants. - adj.
permeate To penetrate through spaces; to spread throughout - verb
persevere To hold fast to a task or purpose despite handicaps or obstacles - verb
Lesson 1 Roots Fero, ferre, tuli, latum – to bring, to bear, to carry – Latin Transfer - to move from one place to another
defer To postpone; to delay To yield respectfully to the opinion or will of another - verb
dilatory Tending to delay or to postpone - adj.
elation Excited feelings of pride, triumph, or happiness - noun
Infer To use available evidence to form a conclusion To guess - verb
Lesson 1 Roots Tendo, tendere, tetendi, tensum - to stretch Pretend - make believe with the intent to deceive Tension – the physical condition of being stretched or strained
contend To engage in a quarrel, a struggle, or rivalry To assert; to put forward in argument. - verb
intent Purpose - noun Concentrating on or dedicated to an idea or action - adj.