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  1. Caesar’s English IITurbo-learning Lesson 7

  2. Statue of Julius Caesar Rome, Italy

  3. Latin Stem Meaning Examples amat (love) amorous, amateur, amity luna (moon) lunar, lunatic, sublunar greg (group) congregate, segregate, gregarious clam (cry out) clamor, exclamation, declaim tang (touch) tangle, tangent, intangible

  4. Amat means love. An amorous feeling is full of love; an amateur is not a professional but just someone who loves to do something; and amity is the loving friendship in a town!

  5. Luna means moon. A lunar landing is on the moon; a lunatic was once thought to be driven mad by the moon; and sublunar means things happening under a full moon!

  6. Sublunar Soccer

  7. Sublunar Roman Coliseum

  8. Greg means group. To congregate is to group together; to segregate is to put a group apart; and gregarious means to stay in groups, as cattle do in a field.

  9. Gregarious Larvae

  10. Clam means cry out. An clamor is a great outcry; an exclamation is a loud cry from someone; and todeclaim is to make a speech noisily!

  11. Caesar’s English I Stem meaning examples aqua

  12. Caesar’s English I Stem meaning examples aqua (water) aquatic, aqueduct, aquarium audi

  13. Caesar’s English I Stem meaning examples aqua (water) aquatic, aqueduct, aquarium audi (hear) auditory, audience, audiophile scrib

  14. Caesar’s English I Stem meaning examples aqua (water) aquatic, aqueduct, aquarium audi (hear) auditory, audience, audiophile scrib (write) scribe, inscribe, describe cede

  15. Caesar’s English I Stem meaning examples aqua (water) aquatic, aqueduct, aquarium audi (hear) auditory, audience, audiophile scrib (write) scribe, inscribe, describe cede (go) recede, precede, secede cise

  16. Caesar’s English I Stem meaning examples aqua (water) aquatic, aqueduct, aquarium audi (hear) auditory, audience, audiophile scrib (write) scribe, inscribe, describe cede (go) recede, precede, secede cise (cut) excise, incisive, incisors

  17. Caesar’s Analogy Gregarious : Hermit :: • tangent : circle • cautious : amity • clamorous : crowd • sane : lunatic

  18. Caesar’s Analogy Gregarious : Hermit :: • tangent : circle • cautious : amity • clamorous : crowd • sane : lunatic

  19. Caesar’s Analogy Congregate : Gather :: • segregate : exclude • alternate : turn • contradict : support • silent : vociferate

  20. Caesar’s Analogy Congregate : Gather :: • segregate : exclude • alternate : turn • contradict : support • silent : vociferate

  21. Caesar’s Antonym Amity • equanimity • hostility • conviviality • bon vivant

  22. Caesar’s Antonym Amity • equanimity • hostility • conviviality • bon vivant

  23. Caesar’s Antonym Intangible • tangled • implied • tacit • concrete

  24. Caesar’s Antonym Intangible • tangled • implied • tacit • concrete

  25. Advanced Word: Gregarious The adjective gregarious (greh-GAIR-ee-uss) contains the stems greg (group) and ous (full of). Gregarious means sociable, and some species are more gregarious than others. Cattle are gregarious; we often see them in one corner of a field, or under one tree, together. Human beings?

  26. Advanced Word: Gregarious Human beings are gregarious; we love to be together, and most of the time we don’t like to be alone. In speaking of the Fin-back whale in Moby Dick, Herman Melville wrote that “The Fin-back is not gregarious. He seems a whale-hater, as some men are man-haters.”

  27. Latin Stem Meaning Examples amat (love) amorous, amateur, amity luna (moon) lunar, lunatic, sublunar greg (group) congregate, segregate, gregarious clam (cry out) clamor, exclamation, declaim tang (touch) tangle, tangent, intangible