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Greek & Latin Roots/ Affixes Project -Section 1

Prefixes, Greek Roots, Latin Roots, Suffixes for English 3 Honors Projects: Section 1
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Adrianna Holliday

on 17 May 2011

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Transcript of Greek & Latin Roots/ Affixes Project -Section 1

Prefixes counter- pro- trans- against forward across Greek Roots Greek & Latin Roots/ Affixes Project aci/acri: dyna: gram: meta: nomy: phil: phor: pyro: taxis: Suffixes -dom -ine -tude noun noun adjective Latin Roots ambul: amo/amat: cur/curs: fort/forc: gress: mem: muta: ortho: sequ: sol: sharp power writing change love law; study carry fire arrangement walk love run power step remember change straight follow alone don't forget to look close Reminders and closer! Freedom -the state of being free or at liberty rather than in confinement or under physical restraint Freedom is a noun, meaning anything that has freedom is free Fine -healthy; well Fine is an adjective that describes something well or healthy Attitude -manner, disposition, feeling, position, etc., with regard to a person or thing; tendency or orientation, especially of the mind Attitude is an noun, meaning that a person can have attitude. Prologue -is an opening to a story that establishes the setting and gives background details Prologue is an example of pro because its forward to the story. It gives all the background and details before the story. -extending or going beyond national boundries Transnational Trannational is an example of across; because they coss or go beyond national boundries. Counterargument -you turn against your argument to challenge it Counterargument is an example of the prefix counter. It means to go agaisnt the argument. If you continue to press the directional buttons, it will take you back threw the presention so that you can zoom in and out. Doing this, you will see all things needed for the complete grade. Dynamite - a high explosive, originally consisting of nitroglycerin mixed with an absorbent substance Grammar - knowledge or usage of the preferred or prescribed forms in speaking or writing Anatomy - the scientific study of the shape and structure of organisms and their parts. - a taste for pictures and symbols Iconophilism Pyrology - the study of fire and heat, especially with regard to chemical analysis -movement of an organism toward or away from a source of light Phototaxis Hydrophoric - a stone canal that carries water Acidulous - sharp or sour in speech, manner Metaphase - the stage of cell division in which the duplicated chromosomes become aligned along the center of the cell. In the first division of meiosis, the paired chromosomes separate from one another. Ambulance -a specially equipped motor vehicle, airplane, ship, etc., for carrying sick or injured people, usually to a hospital. Force - strength; energy; power; intensity - the branch of dentistry dealing with the prevention and correction of irregular teeth, as by means of braces Orthodontist Remembrance - the act or fact of remembering - the expression of a wish that misfortune, evil, doom, etc., befall a person, group, etc Curse Solo - a musical composition or a passage or section in a musical composition written for performance by one singer or instrumentalist Sequence - the following of one thing after another Progress - growth or development; continuous improvement - a sudden departure from the parent type in one or more heritable characteristics, caused by a change in a gene or a chromosome. Mutation Diamond - a ring or other piece of jewelry containing such a precious stone, especially an engagement ring The End! Photoxis is the arrangement of organisms forward or way from light. Pyrology is the study of fire. Hydrophoric is a stone canal that can carry water. Iconaphilism means they have a love for pictures or symbols. Anatomy is the study of organisms. Metaphase is an example of change because in the first divison of meiosis, the paired chromomes separate from one another; meaning they change. Grammer is the knowledge or usage of the perferred forms in writing. Dynamite is an example of power because it is an explosive that takes power to explode. Acidulous is an example of sharp because the meaning of the word is a sharp speech. Curs is to run; when you have a curse your run from something that is misfortunate. Amat is to love; a diamond is something that you give your loved one, especially when engaged. Ambul means to walk; ambulance is like a walking hospital. Muta means change; a mutation is the change in a gene or chromosome. Mem means to remember; in rememberance means your remember someone or something special to you. Gress means step; progress is when you grow or develop step by step. Forc means power; to force means to act with power. Ortho means straight; an Orthodontist straightens teeth. Sequ means to follow; a sequenc is the following of one thing after another. Solo means alone; when a person sings or performs solo they do it alone.
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