Greek & Latin Roots and Affixes. RW1.4 (5 th Grade) Know abstract, derived roots and affixes from Greek and Latin, and use this knowledge to analyze the meaning of complex words. (3 questions on CST) RW1.2 Use word origins to determine the meaning of unknown words. (2 questions on CST).
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RW1.4 (5th Grade) Know abstract, derived roots and affixes from Greek and Latin, and use this knowledge to analyze the meaning of complex words.
(3 questions on CST)
RW1.2 Use word origins to determine the meaning of unknown words. (2 questions on CST)
The teacher required us to include a
bibliography at the end of the report.
The origin of the word bibliography is
the Greek word biblio meaning
Astronomers have predicted that a
lunar eclipse will occur tonight.
The origin of the word lunar is the
Latin root luna meaning
California farmers have dug aqueducts to supply
their crops with water from the Sierra Nevada
The word aqueducts is based on the Latin root
aqua, meaning “water.” Based on this information,
the reader can tell the literal meaning of aqueducts
B water trucks
prefix + root word + suffix
micro scope = microscope
sub marine = submarine
kind ness = kindness
person al = personal
bi cycle = bicycle
re appear = reappear
joy ous = joyous
Joel was the fastest runner in class
In which word does est mean the
same as it does in the word fastest?