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Greek and latin roots jeopardy

Greek and Latin RootsJEOPARDY


Jeopardy

JEOPARDY!

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Unit 10 fib 100

Unit 10 FIB—100

The _____________ in the cookie theft is probably between 3 and 6 years old.

Exonerate

Reproved

Culprit

Onerous

Approbation

Back to Queue

Answer: Culprit


Unit 10 fib 200

Unit 10 FIB—200

The principal felt that the boys were habitual __________ and should be expelled from school.

Reprove

Recriminations

Reprobates

Approbation

Decriminalize

Back to Queue

Answer: Reprobates


Unit 10 fib 300

Unit 10 FIB—300

Just being present when an accident occurs doesn’t make you ________ for that accident.

Onus

Incriminated

Mea Culpa

Culpable

Reprobate

Back to Queue

Answer: Culpable


Unit 10 fib 400

Unit 10 FIB—400

When I saw that my actions had caused a fight between my friends, I thought to myself “_________.”

Onus

Incriminated

Mea Culpa

Culpable

Reprobate

Back to Queue

Answer: Mea Culpa


Unit 10 fib 500

Unit 10 FIB—500

The Latin roots culpare/culpatum mean “____________.”

Crime

Burden

To Blame

Back to Queue

Answer: To Blame


Unit 10 mc 100

Unit 10 MC—100

The young man accused of the crime may have a reputation for being a(n) _________, but reputation alone is not enough to _________ him.

  • Onerous; Decriminalize

  • Reprobate; Incriminate

  • Onus; Reprove

  • Culprit; Decriminalize

Back to Queue

Answer: B


Unit 10 mc 200

Unit 10 MC—200

By expressing __________ when you should _________, you are sending a message that bad behavior is acceptable.

  • Recrimination; Incriminate

  • Approbation; Decriminalize

  • Approbation; Reprove

  • Onus; Incriminate

Back to Queue

Answer: C


Unit 10 mc 300

Unit 10 MC—300

If the city council should choose to __________ speeding, they would be _________ for any injury received as a result of speeding.

  • Exculpate; Onerous

  • Decriminalize; Culpable

  • Incriminate; Reprobate

  • Exonerate; Onerous

Back to Queue

Answer: B


Unit 10 mc 400

Unit 10 MC—400

Patrick felt that if he could ________ Francine of the charge against her, he would earn her _______ and respect.

  • Exonerate; Approbation

  • Incriminate; Culprit

  • Reprove; Reprobate

  • Reprove; Approbation

Back to Queue

Answer: A


Unit 10 mc 500

Unit 10 MC—500

The Latin roots probare/probatum mean “_____________.”

  • Burden

  • Prove good, approve

  • Crime, charge or crime

  • To blame

Back to Queue

Answer: B


Unit 11 fib 100

Unit 11 FIB—100

The _______ you displayed when your friends were in danger shows me how loyal you really are.

Fidelity

Redoubtable

Dubious

Confide

Diffident

Back to Queue

Answer: Fidelity


Unit 11 fib 200

Unit 11 FIB—200

Dr. Leary’s more _______ patients are sometimes too shy or nervous to ask questions about their health.

Fallacy

Diffident

Fallacious

Credulity

Indubitable

Back to Queue

Answer: Diffident


Unit 11 fib 300

Unit 11 FIB—300

The detective thought the witness’ story was _________ enough.

Fallible

Credible

Credence

Dubious

Fallacy

Back to Queue

Answer: Credible


Unit 11 fib 400

Unit 11 FIB—400

Although the salesman’s pitch was convincing, it was based on a ______.

Fallible

Credible

Credence

Dubious

Fallacy

Back to Queue

Answer: Fallacy


Unit 11 fib 500

Unit 11 FIB—500

The Latin roots fallere/falsum mean “_____________.”

To deceive

To trust

To doubt

Back to Queue

Answer: To deceive


Unit 11 mc 100

Unit 11 MC—100

Although he was quiet, even ______, in school, Vince became a(n) ________ warrior on the football field.

  • Fallacious; Credulous

  • Indubitable; Dubious

  • Diffident; Redoubtable

  • Fallible; Indubitable

Back to Queue

Answer: C


Unit 11 mc 200

Unit 11 MC—200

Although some of the group found the story _______, other members were highly _________.

  • Diffident; Credible

  • Redoubtable; Fallacious

  • Incredulous; Fallible

  • Credible; Dubious

Back to Queue

Answer: D


Unit 11 mc 300

Unit 11 MC—300

Henry knew himself to be _________, but he was _________ when he heard about his mistake.

  • Redoubtable; Fallible

  • Fallacious; Diffident

  • Credible; Diffident

  • Fallible; Incredulous

Back to Queue

Answer: D


Unit 11 mc 400

Unit 11 MC—400

After the secret agent was accused of spying on his own country, everyone thought he was of ________ __________, and no one trusted him.

  • Fallacious; Credulity

  • Dubious; Fidelity

  • Credible; Fallacy

  • Redoubtable; Credulity

Back to Queue

Answer: B


Unit 11 mc 500

Unit 11 MC—500

The Latin roots fidere/fisus mean “__________”

  • “to deceive”

  • “doubtful”

  • “to doubt”

  • “to trust, believe”

Back to Queue

Answer: D


Unit 12 fib 100

Unit 12 FIB—100

The microscope was so powerful it allowed us to see things of an almost __________ size.

Infinitesimal

Infinite

Penultimate

Primal

Novel

Back to Queue

Answer: Infinitesimal


Unit 12 fib 200

Unit 12 FIB—200

Early astronomers argued over whether the universe was _________ or had limits.

Infinitesimal

Infinite

Penultimate

Primal

Novel

Back to Queue

Answer: Infinite


Unit 12 fib 300

Unit 12 FIB—300

The general issued a(n) __________ to the enemy; they could lay down their weapons or be fired upon.

Novice

Infantile

Ultimatum

Primacy

Novel

Back to Queue

Answer: Ultimatum


Unit 12 fib 400

Unit 12 FIB—400

One of the most ___________ uses of technology that I saw at the computer showcase was a program that helps blind children learn to read.

Innovative

Definitive

Penultimate

Ultimate

Primeval

Back to Queue

Answer: Innovative


Unit 12 fib 500

Unit 12 FIB—500

The Latin root ultimus means “____________.”

“end, border, limit”

“last”

“new”

Back to Queue

Answer: “Last”


Unit 12 mc 100

Unit 12 MC—100

The __________ of freedom in the minds of people was clear when they issued a(n) _________ to the tyrant.

  • Novice; Ultimatum

  • Ultimatum; Novice

  • Primacy; Ultimatum

  • Affinity; Novice

Back to Queue

Answer: C


Unit 12 mc 200

Unit 12 MC—200

One of the most ________ features of the new machine was that, unlike the old model, it released only _________ amounts of harmful chemicals.

  • Novel, Infinitesimal

  • Definitive; Penultimate

  • Primeval; Novel

  • Primeval; Definite

Back to Queue

Answer: A


Unit 12 mc 400

Unit 12 MC—400

The psychologist has written the ________ work on __________ emotions like fear, hate and desire.

  • Primeval; Novel

  • Penultimate; Ultimate

  • Novel; Infinitesimal

  • Definitive; Primal

Back to Queue

Answer: D


Unit 12 mc 300

Unit 12 MC—300

As a(n) ______ in swimming, I was given the _______ thrill when I got to meet the Olympic swimming champion.

  • Ultimatum; Definitive

  • Novice; Ultimate

  • Ultimatum; Primeval

  • Novice; Primeval

Back to Queue

Answer: B


Unit 12 mc 500

Unit 12 MC—500

The Latin root finis means “___________”

  • “last”

  • “end, border, limit”

  • “new”

  • “first”

Back to Queue

Answer: B


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