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Root Word- Spec

Spec- inspect, introspection, perspective, respect, retrospective, spectacle, spectacles, spectator,

Melissa Tuttle

on 1 December 2014

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Transcript of Root Word- Spec

Root Word- Spec
Spec- see, look
Circumspect- careful to look at all possibilities before acting; cautious; aware of consequences
inspect- to look carefully in search of flaws
introspection- the act of looking into one's own thoughts and feelings
respect- to look up to someone; to show honor
retrospective- looking back at past things
spectacle- something displayed for the public to see
spectacles- glasses that help someone see better
spectator- a person who watches something, such as a sporting event
perspective- one way of looking at things
speculate- to look at and think about something from different points of view
Melody inspected her shoes carefully for flaws after her sister had borrowed them.
After careful introspection, he realized that he really did like green eggs and ham.
Mrs. Tuttle has great respect students who have shown her respect.
She became retrospective thinking about her friends from kindergarten.
The giant bear created a spectacle for all to see in Time's square.
The large spectacles brought out the color of the baby's eyes.
The spectators cheered loudly for the South Fremont Junior High football team.
Sometimes you just need a different perspective to see how much you have to be grateful for.
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