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It’s About Time. RED HOT ROOT WORDS. Mrs. Pope 7 th Grade Reading. Lesson 36 . Red Hot Root Words. annual. adjective. yearly, relating to a year. annual. The annual meeting was held every September. annuity. noun.

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red hot root words

It’s About Time

RED HOT ROOT WORDS

Mrs. Pope

7th Grade Reading

Lesson 36

annual
annual
  • adjective
  • yearly, relating to a year
annual1
annual

The annual meeting was held every September.

annuity
annuity
  • noun
  • a sum of money that is payable at a certain time for a set number of years
annuity1
annuity

The annuity from his life insurance policy was paid out over ten years.

biennial
biennial
  • adjective
  • happening every two years; lasting for two years.
biennial1
biennial

The biennial reunion was slated to happen only in even-numbered years.

2010

2006

2000

2002

2008

2004

chronic
chronic
  • adjective
  • continuing for a long time
chronic1
chronic

The doctor diagnosed her chronic pain as arthritis.

chronological
chronological
  • adjective
  • arranged according to time
chronological1
chronological

The teacher gave us a list of events and asked us to put them in chronological order.

contemporary
contemporary
  • adjective
  • happening or existing at the same time; up-to-date
contemporary1
contemporary

The two contemporary artists were living at the same time but not in the same countries.

diary
diary
  • noun
  • a daily record
diary1
diary

I write the day’s events and my feelings in my diary.

extemporaneous
extemporaneous
  • adjective
  • done without previous preparation
extemporaneous1
extemporaneous

His extemporaneous speech was inspiring considering he had no warning he would be speaking.

journalism
journalism
  • noun
  • the work of gathering news and writing for a newspaper or periodical; journalistic writing
journalism1
journalism

His career in journalism allowed him to work for news agencies around the world.

synchronize
synchronize
  • verb
  • to make to agree in time or to happen at the same time
synchronize1
synchronize

The synchronized swimmers swam in perfect unison.

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