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SPRING SEMESTER WEEK TWO. Standard ELA9RL5 The student understands and acquires new vocabulary and uses it correctly in reading and writing. The student uses knowledge of Greek and Latin prefixes, suffixes, and roots to understand the meanings of words.

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spring semester week two

SPRING SEMESTER WEEK TWO

Standard ELA9RL5

The student understands and acquires new vocabulary and uses it correctly in reading and writing. The student uses knowledge of Greek and Latin prefixes, suffixes, and roots to understand the meanings of words.

eu comes from the greek word for well in english words it can also mean good or true
EU comes from the Greek word for “well”; in English words it can also mean “good” or “true.”

eugenics –

  • relating to or fitted for the production of good offspring
  • relating to the science of improving desirable traits of a race or breed through controlled breeding
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euphemism –

1. the use of an agreeable or inoffensive word or expression for one that may offend or disgust

2. an expression used in this way

Example: letting someone go as opposed to firing them

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evangelism –

1. the enthusiastic preaching or proclamation of the Christian gospel

2. militant or crusading zeal

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DYS comes from Greek where it means “bad” or “difficult.” As a prefix in English it has additional meanings “abnormal” and “impaired.”

dysfunctional – operating or functioning in an impaired or abnormal way

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dyspeptic –

1. relating to or suffering from indigestion

2. having an irritable temperament;

ill-humored

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dystrophy – any of several disorders involving nerves and muscles, especially a hereditary disease marked by a progressive wasting of muscles