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Latin Bases Lesson 10 8 th Grade ag, act(ig)mit(t), mis(s) amodor errplac firmprim flect, flexsanguin (sang) ling(u)tang (ting), tact (tag)
(front) ag, act (ig) (back) to do; to drive 10-1
(front) am (back) to love 10-2
(front) err (back) to wander 10-3
(front) firm (back) firm, strong 10-4
(front) flect, flex (back) to bend 10-5
(front) ling(u) (back) language, tongue 10-6
(front) mit(t), mis(s) (back) to send 10-7
(front) odor (back) smell 10-8
(front) plac (back) to please; to appease 10-9
(front) prim (back) first 10-10
(front) sanguin (sang) (back) blood 10-11
(front) tang (ting), tact (tag) (back) to touch 10-12
Latin Bases Lesson 11 8 th Grade clud, clus (clos) pon, posit (pose) (pound) cruc prol cur(e) spir (sprit) milit stru, struct nav trud, trus nomen, nomin (nom) vulg
(front) clud, clus (clos) (back) to close 11-1
(front) cruc (back) cross 11-2
(front) cur(e) (back) care 11-3
(front) milit (back) soldier 11-4
(front) nav (back) ship; boat 11-5
(front) nomen, nomin (nom) (back) name; noun 11-6
(front) pon, posit (pose) (pound) (back) to place; to put 11-7
(front) prol (back) offspring 11-8
(front) spir (sprit) (back) to breathe 11-9
(front) stru, struct (back) to build 11-10
(front) trud, trus (back) to push; to thrust 11-11
(front) vulg (back) common 11-12
Latin Bases Lesson 12 8 th Grade ac(u), acr plen cap (cip), capt (cept)press cred, creditscrib, script cur(r), curs (cours)solv, solut de, divson nunci (nounce)vor
(front) ac(u), acr (back) sharp 12-1
(front) cap (cip), capt (cept) (back) to take; to seize 12-2
(front) cred, credit (back) to believe; to trust 12-3
(front) cur(r), curs (cours) (back) to run; to go 12-4
(front) de, div (back) a god 12-5
(front) nunci (nounce) (back) to announce 12-6
(front) plen (back) full 12-7
(front) press (back) to press 12-8
(front) scrib, script (back) to write 12-9
(front) solv, solut (back) to loosen; to free 12-10
(front) son (back) sound 12-11
(front) vor (back) to devour 12-12
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