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Stems/Spelling Week 7
rupt Meaning: break Example: rupture Sentence: Lisas appendix would rupture before she could get to the hospital.
medi Meaning: middle Example: median Sentence: Four-lane highways are usually divided by a median to separate the travelers.
string Meaning: bind Example: string Sentence: A string is used to bind your sneakers together.
prim Meaning: first Example: primary Sentence: Elementary schools are also known as primary schools because they are the first school that students attend.
trans Meaning: across Example: transfer Sentence: If you dont like a class in college, you can transfer to a different one.
mar Meaning: sea Example: submarine Sentence: If you travel by submarine, you are traveling underwater.
pyro Meaning: fire Example: pyrotechnic Sentence: At a fireworks display, a pyrotechnic is on hand to be sure everything works correctly.
grat Meaning: pleasing Example: grateful Sentence: The army was grateful for the boxes of supplies sent to them.
clam Meaning: cry out Example: exclamation Sentence: The student loves to make an exclamation whenever he knows the answer.
liber Meaning: free Example: liberate Sentence: The orthodontist told John that he would liberate him from his braces.
greg Meaning: group Example: congregate Sentence: A group of people congregate in my church every week for lunch.
tang Meaning: touch Example: tangible Sentence: Hope, joy, and peace are not tangible things; they are felt rather than touched.
junct Meaning: join Example: conjunction Sentence: A conjunction joins two sentences together.
trib Meaning: pay Example: contribution Sentence: Mr. Smith will appreciate any contribution you can make.
tempor Meaning: time Example: contemporary Sentence: Contemporary music reflects the thoughts and feelings of the current time period.
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