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+ Vocabulary Unit 4 Latin Prefixes 19-24
+ Latin Prefixes (19) CIRCUM- : “around” or “round” circum(“around”) + navigate(“direct”) = CIRCUMNAVIGATE (to sail around)
+ CIRCUMLOCUTION FIRST: Find a way to use circumlocution to tell Kermit the frog that he might be a puppet. SECOND: When do politicians use circumlocution? When do you?
+ CIRCUMSPECT When is circumspection absolutely necessary? Why?
+ Latin Prefixes (20) CON-, CO-, COL-, COR- : “together” or “with” Cor (“together”) + respond(“answer”) = CORRESPOND (to answer together, to agree)
+ COALESCE When have you needed to be coalescent?
+ COLLUSION Collusion is usually associated with criminal activity. When have you ever acted in collusion for non-criminal reasons?
+ Latin Prefixes (21) OB- : “against” or “in the way” or “over” Ob (“over”) + sess (“sit”) = OBSESS (literally to sit or dwell over something)
+ OBLITERATE Is it ever necessary to obliterate someone or something? Why or why not?
+ OBSTRUCT How are the above items an obstruction?
+ Latin Prefixes (22) PER-: “through,” “to the end,” “thoroughly” Per (“to the end”) + sist = PERSIST (literally to stand to the end)
+ PERENNIAL Which of these is a perenial favorite?
+ PERMEATE How can these things permeate a room?
+ PERTINENT If you are making an argument about the success of the Red Sox, which information is most pertinent?
+ PERTURB What perturbs you most?
+ Latin Prefixes (23) PRE-: “before”, “beforehand” Pre (“before”) + cede = PRECEDE (to come before)
+ PRECLUDE What could preclude you from getting a good grade on a project?
+ PRECOCIOUS Have you ever met a precocious child? What did he or she excel at?
+ PRESUME When have you made a presumption that turned out to be incorrect? What are the other forms of the word “presume”?
+ Latin Prefixes (24) PRO-: “forward” or “forth” pro (“forward”) + ject= PROJECT (to throw or cast forward)
+ PROFUSE When is it good for something to be profuse? When is it negative?
+ PROTRUDE Which land mass protrudes most from the United States?
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