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VOCAB LIST #2 for Greek and Latin Roots
Poly Many; several Polygamy Polynomial Polygon Polyglot
Mono One Monogram Monocle Monochrome Monologue
Pan All Panacea Pangaea Panoramic Pandemonium
Bi Two Bicycle Binoculars Bifocals Bipolar Bigamy
Semi Half of Semicircle Semicolon Semester
Meter, metr Measure Geometry Barometer Metric system Symmetrical
Post After Postscript Postpartum Post-traumatic stress disorder Postpone Postmortem
Pre Before Preview Preliminary Prejudice Prefix Premature Predict
Em, En, Endo Within, into, inside of Embrace Enact Embark Enter Enclose Embryo
Ex, Exo Outside of Exoskeleton Exhale Exit Extract
A, An Not, without Amoral Anarchy Atypical Anonymous
Co, Con, Com, Col Together, with Cooperation Collate Committee Companion Conduct Collage
Neo New Neonatal Neophyte Neologism
Pseudo Fake, false, phony Pseudonym Pseudoscience
The, Theo God, religion Theology Monotheism Polytheism Atheist Theocracy
Inter Between Intertwine Interrupt Interstate Intercept intermission
Peri Around Perimeter Peripatetic Periphery Periscope
Tele Far, distance Telescope Telephone Telegram Television Teleport
Sub Below, beneath Submarine Subway Substandard Submerge Subtitle Subliminal
Super Above, more than, beyond Superman Superhuman Supervisor Superconductor Superficial Superfluous
HOMO – same homogenized homograph Bow. HYDRO - water hydrantdehydrate.
Common Word Parts Prefixes. Day 1 anti– against antibody- protein molecules produced by cells for immune defense com– together combine- to join in close.
Prefixes 1.re – again, back 2.dis – not 3.pre – before 4.mis – bad 5.un – not.
A (L.) Away from A in A, A in AwAy from, A in Latin.
SAT Tips 1 st Q Prefixes. 8/12 Prefixes “a-” and “ad-” mean “to or toward.” When “a-” is put to a root, double the first letter. A + fix = Affix.
Latin Prefixes. Ab (HINT: absent) Ambi (HINT: ambidextrous) Ben, bon (HINT: benefit) Co, con, com (HINT: cooperate, company) Away Around, both Good, well.
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Affixes we have learned Dr.Frankenstein s Word Parts- Affixes.
My Stem Word Presentation By: Eric Hudson. Bi Bi means 2. Bi means 2. Ex. Bicycle Ex. Bicycle Bicycle means that a bike has 2 wheels. Bicycle means that.
Name ____ Prefixes Gr. 6E tele-, sub-, super- Page 56.
Vocabulary #3 far away, distant tele. Television – seeing distant things Television – seeing distant things Telephone – sound from far away Telephone.
Ante before antecedent. mis bad mistake misguided.
“Need to Know” prefixes 4 th grade Contact Becky Hansen;
Greek & Latin Roots Words to Know: intervene, antecedent, misnomer, belittle Extra: beyond Examples: extraordinary, extravagant Com: together Examples:
Root of the Day IN YOUR PURPLE NOTEBOOK 1. Copy the root 2. Copy the sentence 3. Write a definition for the root 4. List examples of other words using.
Root Words and Prefixes 3 Minute Daily Bell-Ringers to Get Class Started.
RootMeaning Examples 1.anthrohuman beinganthropology 2.aster, astrostarastronomy, asterisk 3.baropressurebarometer 4.biblio, biblibookbibliography,
Prefix is a word part that can be added to the beginning of a word to make a new word. Suffix is a word part that can be added to the end of a word.
By: Alanna Tessarolo. NESS ROOT State of / Condition DEFINITION.
Supplies Paper and pen/pencil Book and reading log.
Greek & Latin Prefixes & Suffixes Learn ‘em, love ‘em.
AV 6-6 Apply the knowledge of prefixes, suffixes, and roots and their various inflections to analyze the meanings of words. We are learning to use prefixes,
WordSkills: Lesson Two. ab (abs):away, from abduct ab (away) duct (lead) absent ab (away) esse (to be) abdicate ab (away) dic (speak,say) ate (make, do)
A Presentation Created by TEACHERS UNLEASHED. Root words and Base words Root Words and Base Words are the same. Root words and base words are the most.
LANGUAGE ARTS 7 & 8 GREEK & LATIN AFFIXES. Create this graphic organizer in your 3-subject— Section 1; Vocabulary AffixDefinitionExample.
PREFIX REVIEW English 8. A-, an- ANonymous (without a name) Apodal (without feet) ANarchy (without rule--chaos) Atypical (not typical)
Word Stems: Building blocks for language. You will remember that the Celtic tribes were conquered by Romans who spoke Latin & Greek. You will remember.
Vocabulary List #4 speech & writing. 61. contradict (v) – The new research contradicted the previous theories. to express the opposite of ___ Now use.
Lecture Notes Classroom Activity to Accompany Medical Terminology Systems, Sixth Edition Barbara A. Gylys ∙ Mary Ellen Wedding 3 Prefixes.
McGraw-Hill © 2013 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Chapter 3: Prefixes.
Math Roots By Niki Tilicki. CIRCUM Meaning – around Example: Circumference tells the distance around a circle.
UNIT 3 SPELLING UNIT 2 & 3 ROOT WORD VOCAB UNIT 3 SPELLING WORDS 1.universe 2.billion 3.binoculars 4.Tripod 5.unique 6.unison 7.triple 8.semicircle 9.triangle.
prefixes. ambi - both ambiguous: understood two or “both” ways ambidextrous: using both hand with equal ease ambivalent: both liking and hating.
CH. 8: GEOMETRY 8.1- PERIMETER AND CIRCUMFERENCE.
Affixes Definition: –a ‘part’ that is added to words, either at the beginning or at the end of the word, that changes/affects the meaning of the word Types.
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.
TOP 5 REASONS TO LEARN STEMS!. Knowing one root can give you reasonable definitions of many words. Root: theo- Definition: god. Therefore, words.
PREFIX REVIEW Honors English 8. A-, an- ANonymous (without a name) Apodal (without feet) Amnesia (without memory) Atypical (not typical)
English 9. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Gv0 H-vPoDc.
Lecture Notes Lecture Notes A PowerPoint Presentation Classroom Activity to Accompany Medical Terminology Systems, Seventh Edition Barbara A. Gylys ∙ Mary.
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Prefix 1 or more syllabus beginning of a word Placed in front of verb/adjective/noun Interdisciplinary field Refer to table 2-1 in your book.
Word Within the Word Lesson 7. tele- means far tele-scope (far) (to view) As the sun set on the horizon of the community, the boy and his father surveyed.
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