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Meaningful Sentences Unit 1. VIG (Latin) – to be lively and/or energetic IG, AG, ACT, EG (Latin) – to do, to drive or to act ERG (Greek) - work. 1. Vigorous- Adj. Done with power, force or energy For example: My father polished the coffee table with such a vigorous motion that…

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meaningful sentences unit 1

Meaningful SentencesUnit 1

VIG (Latin) – to be lively and/or energetic

IG, AG, ACT, EG (Latin) – to do, to drive or to act

ERG (Greek) - work

1 vigorous adj
1. Vigorous- Adj.
  • Done with power, force or energy
  • For example: My father polished the coffee table with such a vigorous motion that…

Remember – VIG means to be lively or energetic

2 invigorate v
2. Invigorate- V.
  • To fill with strength or energy
  • For example: Manny finds that an afternoon nap invigorates him, allowing him to…

Remember – VIG means to be lively or energetic

3 prodigal adj
3. Prodigal- Adj.
  • Wasting money or resources
  • For example: Devin warned his daughter that unless she stopped being so prodigal, she would…

Remember – IG means to do, to drive or to act

4 agitate v
4. Agitate- V.
  • To publicly demand; to petition for
  • To move vigorously or violently; to upset
  • For example: We tried not to agitate our teacher today because…

Remember – AG means to do, to drive or to act

5 allege v
5. Allege- V.
  • To put forth as true; to claim
  • For example: When the speaker alleged that Police Chief Murphy was involved in the scandal…

Remember – EG means to do, to drive or to act

6 enact v
6.Enact- V.
  • To make legal or official
  • For example: It is likely that the mayor, in response to the recent wave of burglaries, will enact…

Remember – ACT means to do, to drive or to act

7 agile adj
7. Agile- Adj.
  • Able to move quickly and lightly
  • For example: Tom was not as agile as he once had been because…

Remember – AG means to do, to drive or to act

8 reactionary adj
8. Reactionary- Adj.
  • Strongly opposed to change; conservative
  • For example: Polly felt that Dean’s views on education were reactionary because…

Remember – ACT means to do, to drive or to act

9 energetic adj
9. Energetic- Adj.
  • Active and lively
  • For example: Mrs. Smith’s fifth-grade class was less energetic than usual because…

Remember – ERG means work

10 ergonomic adj
10.Ergonomic- Adj.
  • Intended to decrease discomfort and maximize work
  • For example: Car manufacturers want to design a more ergonomic minivan because…

Remember – ERG means work