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Greek and Latin Word Roots

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Natalie S.

on 23 September 2014

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Transcript of Greek and Latin Word Roots

Greek and Latin Roots/Affixes
For Example:
If you didn't know the meaning of the word
you could figure it out because
means people and
means to govern or rule.
Greek and Latin Roots/Affixes

Over time languages evolve and combine. English is actually a combination of many different languages that came together and changed over time.
Roots and Affixes
Roots and Affixes are small word parts that carry meaning. Many English words have these small word parts that have come from Greek and Latin words.
Why should you learn them?
Knowing the meaning of Greek and Latin roots and affixes can help you figure out the meaning of unfamiliar words.
Now you try:
Figure out the definition of the word
: toward, to

here, hes
: stick
Adhere: to stick to
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