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Roots from Lesson 4. extra - on the outside Extracurricular. extraneous. Coming from outside; foreign Not essential or vital. extraterrestrial . Outside or originating outside the limits of the earth’s atmosphere. extrovert.

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roots from lesson 4
Roots from Lesson 4
  • extra - on the outside
    • Extracurricular
extraneous
extraneous

Coming from outside; foreign

Not essential or vital

extraterrestrial
extraterrestrial

Outside or originating outside the limits of the earth’s atmosphere

extrovert
extrovert

A person chiefly interested in things outside the self, directing thoughts outward rather than inward.

roots from lesson 41
Roots from Lesson 4
  • Medius - middle

intermediate

mediate
mediate

To act as negotiator between opposing sides in a dispute

mediocrity
mediocrity

The condition of being commonplace or ordinary, somewhere in the middle between high and low; a very ordinary person.

medium
medium

A substance or element through which something is transmitted

A person thought to have communication with spirits of the dead.

roots from lesson 42
Roots from Lesson 4
  • sequor, sequi, sectum - to follow
    • Consequence
non sequitur
non sequitur

A person who is crying must be sad.

A statement that does not follow logically from evidence

obsequious
obsequious

Excessively willing to yield to others

subsequent
subsequent

Coming after or later

sequester
sequester

To go into hiding; to seek solitude

To isolate

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