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Vocabulary – Unit 4 Prefixes, Roots, and Suffixes
Prefixes pre- Examples: precede, predict, preface
Prefixes pre- Meaning: before, in front of
Prefixes post- Examples postpone, posthumous, post-game
Prefixes post- Meaning: after, behind
Prefixes tele- Examples telephone, telepathy, television, telegram
Prefixes tele- Meaning: distant
Prefixes a- / ab- / abs- Examples abstract, abduction, abstain, abnormal
Prefixes a- / ab- / abs- Meaning: away, from
Prefixes ad- Examples adhere, adjoin, adjacent
Prefixes ad- Meaning: to or toward
Prefixes im- / in- Examples imperfect, impolite, impossible, impractical, indiscreet, invisible
Prefixes im- / in- Meaning: not
Roots/Bases aqua- / aque- Examples aquatic, aquarium, aqueduct
Roots/Bases aqua- / aque- Meaning: water
Roots/Bases duc- / duct- Examples induce, deduce, seduction, conduct, abduct, produce, aqueduct
Roots/Bases duc- / duct- Meaning: lead
Roots/Bases fin- / finit- Examples final, definite, infinite
Roots/Bases fin- / finit- Meaning: end, limit
Roots/Bases magn- Example magnify, magnate, magnificent
Roots/Bases magn- Meaning: large, great
Roots/Bases scrib- / script- Examples manuscript, scribe, scripture, scribble, prescription
Roots/Bases scrib- / script- Meaning: to write, written
Roots/Bases sol- Examples solitary, solo, soliloquy, solitaire
Roots/Bases sol- Meaning: alone
Roots/Bases vid-/ vis- Examples video, vision
Roots/Bases vid- / vis- Meaning: to see
Roots/Bases voc- / voke- / voice Exaples vocal, invoke, revoke, invocation, convocation
Roots/Bases voc- / voke- / voice Meaning: voice, to call
Roots/Bases ami- / amic- Examples amiable, amicable, amorous
Roots/Bases ami- / amic- Meaning: love
Roots/Bases aud- Examples auditorium, audible, audiologist, audiotape
Roots/Bases aud- Meaning: sound
Roots/Bases gram- / graph- Examples telegram, graphite, biography, telegraph, geography
Roots/Bases gram- / graph- Meaning: to write or draw; writing; printing
Roots/Bases chron- Examples chronicle, chronology, synchronize, chronological order
Roots/Bases chron- Meaning: time
Roots/Bases grad- / gress- Examples graduate, progress, gradual, progression, transgression
Roots/Bases grad- / gress- Meaning: to step
Roots/Bases hydr(o)- Examples dehydrate, hydraulics, hydroelectric, hydroplane
Roots/Bases hydr(o)- Meaning: water
Roots/Bases mut- Examples mutant, mutate, mutability
Roots/Bases mut- Meaning: change
Roots/Bases terr(a)- Examples subterrarean, terrain, terrestrial, disinter, territorial
Roots/Bases terr(a)- Meaning: earth, ground
Suffixes -ate Examples Donate, vibrate, implicate
Suffixes -ate Meaning: to make
Suffixes -ation Examples donation, vibration, implication
Suffixes -ation Meaning: the result of doing
Suffixes -ify Examples justify, magnify, intensify
Suffixes -ify Meaning: to make
Suffixes -er / -or Examples teacher, counselor
Suffixes -er / -or Meaning: one who does
Suffixes -ologist Examples zoologist, biologist
Suffixes -ologist Meaning: one who studies
Suffixes -ology Examples zoology, biology
Suffixes -ology Meaning: study of
Word Segments List 2. Prefixes Ab-/abs- away, from Abduct, abnormal.
A PREFIX is part of a word that you place in front of a root word to explain part of its meaning. A ROOT is the basic word or part of a word. A SUFFIX.
ROOTS It’s where it’s all at. Agri The root “agri” means field or soil. AGRICULTURE, AGRIBUSINESS.
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Prefixes Meaning Example co-,com-, cor-, con-,col-, in-,im- in-,im-,il-,ir- micro-, pre-, re-,retro, together; with in; into; on not small before back;
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Sed geo organ acu tele hydro ology ist posit volvo tor/tort therm cred de graph ment cycl/cyclo voc Finished.
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Greek Alphabet and Roots. Greek Alphabet Alpha Beta Gamma Delta Epsilon Zeta Eta Theta Iota Kappa Lambda Mu Nu Xi Omicron Pi Rho Sigma Tau Upsilon Phi.
Latin and Greek Root Words. Basic Terms root form: inspector, thermal base word: unlikely prefix: re-, un-, dis- suffix: -able, -ive, -ly derivation-a.
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.
Root Words These are words that are Latin or Greek We attach prefixes, suffixes, or other modifiers to them, which slightly change their meaning Example:
Word Analysis Discovering the meaning of unfamiliar forms of known words Part 1 -- Prefixes By Dr. Lynne Genser.
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Focus: therm, hydro (p. 5,6). de- away, down, not.
Greek and Latin Roots By Miss Gardner foli leaf.
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1.Amat (Amor) Love. Amat (Amor) Amorous: amor (love) ous (full of) Enamor: en (inside, within) amor (love) Amateur amat (love) eur (one who)
Prefixes Suffixes Type Category 3 Here Type Category 4 Here.
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