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NCEE/SAT Works. Week 9. FALL vs. PECC FALL- / FALS - = to deceive, fail (from Latin fallere = to trick, deceive) PECC - = to sin (from Latin peccare = to sin). Examples: in fall ible = incapable of making mistakes (literally, “not deceiving” from Latin in+fallere )

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Ncee sat works

NCEE/SAT Works

Week 9


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FALL vs. PECC

FALL- / FALS- = to deceive, fail (from Latin fallere = to trick, deceive)

PECC- = to sin (from Latin peccare = to sin)


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Examples:

infallible = incapable of making mistakes (literally, “not deceiving” from Latin in+fallere)

fallacious = based on fallacy

falsetto = a method of singing higher than a singer’s normal range

peccant = one who has done wrong

impeccable = behavior or character without sin (literally, “not sinning” from Latin in+peccare)

peccatophobic = one who lives in mortal fear of sinning (literally, “fear of sin” Latin and Greek

peccare+phobos)


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VAL

VAL- / VAIL = to be strong, be well; farewell (from Latin valere = to be strong)


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Examples:

valence = the combining power of an element

valance = a length of decorative drapery attached to the canopy or frame of a bed

valiance = heroism, the qualities of being a hero

valentine = a card or the person who sends a card for Valentine’s Day

valid = supporting the intended claim

valor = great courage in the face of danger

value = worth


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ORD vs. SEQU

ORD- / ORDIN- = order, rank, series (from Latin ordo = order, rank)

SEQU- / SECUT- [-SUE / -SUIT] = to follow (from Latin sequi = to follow)


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Examples:

order

ordinal = relating to a thing’s position in a series

ordinate = ranged in regular rows

sequential = following in a logical order or sequence

sequacious = persisting in a continuous intellectual or stylistic discussion


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VOC vs. DIC

VOC- / VOK- = voice, call (from Latin vocare = to call)

DIC- / DICT- = say, speak, assert (from Latin dicere = to say)


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Examples:

vocal

vocative = relating to the case of nouns used to call out to a person or thing

vocation = strong feeling of suitability to a career

equivocate = the use of ambiguous language to conceal the truth (literally, “to call equal” from Latin

aequus+vocare)

dictator

diction = the choice and use of words in speaking or singing

verdict = opinion, judgment, or decision in a disputed case (literally, “to say the truth” from Latin

verum+dicere)


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LOQU vs. FA

LOQU- / LOCUT- = speak (from Latin loqui = to speak)

FA- / FAT- / FESS- = speak (from Latin fari = to speak)


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Examples:

loquacious = inclined to speak a lot

somniloquist = literally, “sleep talker” from Latin somnus+loqui

soliloquy = a dramatic monologue (literally, “to speak alone” from Latin solus+loqui)

magniloquence = excessive use of ornate language in speaking (literally, “great speaking” from Latin

magnus+loqui)

ventriloquism = the practice of speaking as if the sound comes from elsewhere (literally, “to speak from the

belly” from Latin ventrum+loqui)

fate

infant = literally, “one who does not speak” from Latin in+fari

confess = literally, “to speak with” from Latin cum+fari


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