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7 th Grade. Word Roots A p. 21/22. Jur / Lect. Bell work: 1 . List as many words as you can that contain the roots jur or lect. 2. What do you think those roots mean?. Pre fixes. ad-. to, toward, near. per-. Through, very. e-. Out, away. il -. not. Se-. Apart, aside. Roots.

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Word roots a p 21 22

7th Grade

Word Roots A p. 21/22

Jur/Lect


Bell work:

1. List as many words as you can that contain the rootsjur or lect. 2. What do you think those roots mean?


Pre fixes
Prefixes


ad-

  • to, toward, near


per-

  • Through, very


e-

  • Out, away.


il-

  • not


Se-

  • Apart, aside



Jur just
Jur/Just-

  • Right, oath, to swear


Dict-

  • speak

BLAH, BLAH,


Lect leg lig
Lect/leg/lig-

  • Read, choose


Suffixes
Suffixes

junction


-fy

  • To do, to make


-ion

  • State, quality, act


-or

  • One who, that which

that

who


-y

  • State, quality, act


-ible

  • Able to be


-ure

  • Process, condition



Perjury

perjury

the deliberate telling of a lie while under oath


Juror

juror

A member of a jury


Jurisdiction

Jurisdiction

Legal power to interpret and administer the law


Adjure

Adjure

To command


Justify

justify

to show to be right or correct; to prove


Election

election

the act or process of selecting by vote


Lecture

lecture

an informative talk presented to a group


Eligible

eligible

Qualified; fit to be chosen


Selection

selection

An available choice


Illegible

illegible

Impossible to read


Perjury1
Perjury

  • The deliberate telling of a lie while under oath

Lie


Juror1
Juror

  • A member of a jury.


Jurisdiction1
Jurisdiction

  • Legal powers to interpret and administer the law.


Adjure1
Adjure

  • To command


Justify1
justify

  • To show to be right or correct; to prove.


Election1
election

  • The act or process of selecting by voting.


Lecture1
lecture

  • An informative talk presented to a group.


Eligible1
eligible

  • Qualified; fit to be chosen


Selection1
selection

  • An available choice.


Illegible1

illegible

Impossible to read


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