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Vocabulary. 10-2. Path – feel, suffer . Path – feel, suffer . Apathetic- apàtico —showing little or no emotion ( adj ). Path – feel, suffer . Apathetic- apàtico —showing little or no emotion ( adj ). Path – feel, suffer . Apathetic- apàtico —showing little or no emotion ( adj )

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path feel suffer1
Path – feel, suffer
  • Apathetic-apàtico—showing little or no emotion (adj)
path feel suffer2
Path – feel, suffer
  • Apathetic-apàtico—showing little or no emotion (adj)
path feel suffer3
Path – feel, suffer
  • Apathetic-apàtico—showing little or no emotion (adj)
  • Pathological - patológicas—compulsive behavior (adj)
path feel suffer4
Path – feel, suffer
  • Apathetic-apàtico—showing little or no emotion (adj)
  • Pathological - patológicas—compulsive behavior (adj)
  • Pathos - patetismo—feelings (noun)
path feel suffer5
Path – feel, suffer
  • Apathetic-apàtico—showing little or no emotion (adj)
  • Pathological - patológicas—compulsive behavior (adj)
  • Pathos - patetismo—feelings (noun)
  • Example: Beth was feeling apathetic about Mark’s pathological lying, but Lori evoked great pathos in her sympathy for him.
rog ask
Rog – ask
  • Derogative – derogatorio—questioning one’s worth; belittling (adj)
rog ask1
Rog – ask
  • Derogative – derogatorio—questioning one’s worth; belittling (adj)
  • Imbroglio –embrollo—a questionable situation (noun)
rog ask2
Rog – ask
  • Derogative – derogatorio—questioning one’s worth; belittling (adj)
  • Imbroglio –embrollo—a questionable situation (noun)
  • Rogatory – rogatorias—requesting information (adj)
rog ask3
Rog – ask
  • Derogative – derogatorio—questioning one’s worth; belittling (adj)
  • Imbroglio –embrollo—a questionable situation (noun)
  • Rogatory – rogatorias—requesting information(adj)
  • Example: Tracy made a rogatory statement requesting that Shanna tell her about the derogative comments Micah made about an imbroglio in the lunch room.
sen old1
Sen – old
  • Senectitude – vejez – old age

(noun)

sen old2
Sen – old
  • Senectitude – vejez – old age (noun)
  • Senesce – envejecer – grow old (verb)
sen old3
Sen – old
  • Senectitude – vejez – old age (noun)
  • Senesce – envejecer – grow old (verb)
  • Seniority – antigűedad – the state of being older than another (noun)
sen old4
Sen – old
  • Senectitude – vejez – old age (noun)
  • Senesce – envejecer – grow old (verb)
  • Seniority – antigűedad – the state of being older than another (noun)
  • Example: Even though Greg is not in the senectitude stage of life, he will senesce beautifully into a wise old man; therefore, he will gain seniority over his colleagues.
sion state
Sion – state
  • Comprehension – comprensiόn – state of understanding (adj)
sion state1
Sion – state
  • Comprehension – comprensiόn – state of understanding (adj)
  • Illusion – envejecer – state of deceived (noun)
sion state2
Sion – state
  • Comprehension – comprensiόn – state of understanding (adj)
  • Illusion – envejecer – state of deceived (noun)
  • Tension–tensiόn–state of stretching or straining (noun)
sion state3
Sion – state
  • Comprehension – comprensiόn – state of understanding (adj)
  • Illusion – envejecer – state of deceived (noun)
  • Tension–tensiόn–state of stretching or straining (noun)
  • Example: Kim was under the illusion that Alicia’s comprehension of the novel was more thorough than it was; therefore, the tension in the room increased.
vit life
Vit – life
  • Vitality – vitalidad – the capacity to live (noun)
vit life1
Vit – life
  • Vitality – vitalidad – the capacity to live (noun)
  • Vitriol – vitriolo – criticism; lively (noun)
vit life2
Vit – life
  • Vitality – vitalidad – the capacity to live (noun)
  • Vitriol – vitriolo – criticism; lively (noun)
  • Vituperate – vitupere – harsh or abusive language; lively (adj)
vit life3
Vit – life
  • Vitality – vitalidad – the capacity to live (noun)
  • Vitriol – vitriolo – criticism; lively (noun)
  • Vituperate – vitupere – to use harsh or abusive language; lively (verb)
  • Example: Vituperating a teacher with harsh vitriol will hinder their vitality.