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Root Meaning Examples phon Gramophone phonograph, symphony, homophone sound
Root Meaning Examples phobia, fear claustrophobia, acrophobia, phobia, aquaphobia, homophobia
Root Meaning Examples photo light photogenic, photosynthesis, photoelectric
Root Meaning Examples plac, plais please placid, placebo, placate, complacent
Root Meaning Examples plu, plur, plus more plural, pluralist, plus
Root Meaning Examples poli city metropolis, police, politics, acropolis, indianapolis
Root Meaning Examples poly many Polyandrous, Polytheistic Polytechnic
Root Meaning Examples pon, pos, pound place, put postpone, deposit, component, opponent, impound, posture, position
Root Meaning Examples pop people population, populous, popular
Root Meaning Examples port carry porter, transport, report, export, support, portable
Ancient Greek City-States What is a Polis? Where were the main ones?
Prefixes, suffixes and root words Word Parts. Phon or phono (Root) Means: sound Examples: phonograph, symphony, telephone, microphone.
WORDS FOR QUIZ #2 9 Greek and Latin Vocabulary. hydr, hydro, hydra WATER.
This week’s Greek or Latin Root is… port. What words do you know that have the root “port” in them?
Viv life vivid revive. homo same homonym homophone.
Test: Friday, March 8 Root Words #1-18. #13-18 Root Word Chart 13. sect 14. ped 15. pop 13. cut or separate 14. foot 15. people Root Meaning 13.dissect,
NAT, NASC – born. NAU, NAV – ship, sailor NEG – not, deny.
Greek and Latin Root Words Learning 100 Roots = The Ability to decipher 1000s of Words.
Vocabulary #1 light photos. Photograph – picture drawn by light Photograph – picture drawn by light Telephoto – light from far away Telephoto – light.
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.
RootMeaning Examples 1.anthrohuman beinganthropology 2.aster, astrostarastronomy, asterisk 3.baropressurebarometer 4.biblio, biblibookbibliography,
#13-18 Root Word Chart 13. sect 14. ped 15. pop 13. cut or separate 14. foot 15. people Root Meaning 13.dissect, intersect, insect, ____ 14.pedal, pedestrian,
= sound, voice Read-Around Review: phon, phono, phone.
Greek and Latin Root Words 7 th Grade. et cetera etc. What does this term mean?
Word Roots O-Q. Key Become familiar with the roots Become familiar with the roots Use them to make connections to the definitions of words Use them to.
RED ROOT WORDS LESSON 19. port BRING or CARRY struct, stru BUILD.
The fear of public speaking The word come from the Greek root “glossa” (which means ‘tongue’) and the root “phobia” (which means ‘fear’)
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Athens & Sparta and the Greek City- states. What were the Greek city-states called? ● Polis ●Origin of words/cities: o –Persepolis o –Metropolis o –Indianapolis.
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.
Turn in Vocab 7 Book and log 2 pieces of paper. Bio - life.
Photosynthesis. What is photosynthesis? Photosynthesis may sound like a big word, but it's actually pretty simple. You can divide it into two parts: –
Greek and Latin Roots List #1 List #1 There will be a quiz on Friday! There will be a quiz on Friday!
mythology biology criminology Study of mythology Study of life and living organism Study of crime.
Greek roots vocabulary: “chronos” means time and “phon” means sound.
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Latin and Greek Root Words Mr. Griffin. et cetera etc. What does this term mean?
"phon, phone" = sound, voice. euphonic (adj) having a nice sound; pleasant combination of sounds in words.
READ-AROUND REVIEW: port = carry. What is the root that means carry?
Latin and Greek Root Words. et cetera What does this term mean? etc.
GREEK AND LATIN ROOTS Greek and Latin Roots. Greek and Latin words you know! Telephone Bicycle Photograph.
Roots and Prefixes Roots: port, dict/dic, bio, struct Prefixes: bi-, de-, im/in-, pre-
Applying Root Meanings. Practice Question 1 What is the root word shown in the picture? A. auto B. audi C. tele D. therm.
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Agora/Acropolis Discussion Western Civilization Questions Before We Begin How was the typical Greek polis laid out? –City & surrounding villages (orchards.
PLANT NUTRITION How do plants eat?. Some basic plant functions: Make food using raw material raw material: carbon dioxide, sunlight, nutrients in soil.
ROOT WORDS Phon, Phono, Phone = sound, voice. Cacophony Harsh sounds; bad noise.
The Word Within the Word Stem Lesson 4 Part 2 (stems )
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Classical Roots Government Lesson 3 – Quiz – 18 Oct Lesson 4 – Quiz – 5 Nov.
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NEON TUBES -phobia = fear of What is the word that means the fear of water?
Latin and Greek Root Words. Basic Terms root form: inspector, thermal base word: unlikely prefix: re-, un-, dis- suffix: -able, -ive, -ly derivation-a.
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