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Caesar's English 2, Lessons 1 & 2

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Sierra Benton

on 10 January 2013

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Transcript of Caesar's English 2, Lessons 1 & 2

Caesar's English 2 Lessons 1 & 2 com together As in...combine, complete
complex intra within As in...intracellular, intravenous, intramural cent 100 As in...century, centimeter, centurion ad to As in...adhesive, adapt, advocate fer carry As in...aquifer, transfer, conifer placate verb, to appease The baby was placated by his pacifier. derision n, ridicule The derision of the new student was despicable. vivacious adj, full of
life The vivacious little girl danced across
the stage. procure v. to acquire The students procured many items for the Future
City project. retort n, a quick, clever
reply Comedians often have funny retorts to their critics. descend : ascend

bicycle : tricycle
submerge : emerge
man : superman
school : preschool intracellular : cell

advocate : oppose
transfer : goods
interior : car
century : year advocate : oppose

complex : intricate
combine : merge
adhere : stick
complete : partial Find the best antonym for the following word.

advocate -
resist Find the best antonym for the following word.

complex -
ornate Use your understanding of stems to answer the following questions.

1. Would an intracranial surgery be a major or
minor operation?
2. Do people gather for a commemoration or is it
a solitary event?
3. If you adorn something, do you make it more
basic or more ornate?
4. When two people are conferring, what are they
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