Introduction to Latin. Why do we study Latin?. “It is not so much excellent to know Latin, as it is a shame not to know it.” --CiceroBy van
Introduction to Latin. Why do we study Latin?. “It is not so much excellent to know Latin, as it is a shame not to know it.” --CiceroBy gloria-mendoza
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Latin Root Word. “ Dict ” Means “Speak”. diction. One’s manner of speaking; enunciation. e dict . Public words used by an official and proclaiming a law or command. contradict. To speak against; to deny the truth; to say the opposite. dictation.
Latin Word Parts. 1.) ject - to throw 2.) dict - to speak or say 3.) pend - to hang 4.) rupt - to break or burst 5.) duct- to lead. 6.) abrupt- adj., sudden or unexpected. 7.) rupture- verb; the act of breaking or bursting open.
ROOTS cede – to go; to move rupt – to break; to burst tract – draw. SUFFIXES ant – one that performs an action or process; thing that is acted upon tion – condition of; result; state of. GREEK/LATIN WORD PARTS. PREFIXES ab/ad/ac/af/al/ap/as/ at/ag – toward, to, near, in
disrupt erupt rupture interrupt. subtract extract attract distract. support report export import. remit submit remit emit. impel repel propel compel. produce introduce reduce induce. construct structure instruct obstruct. attain maintain contain retain. progress
GREEK/LATIN WORD PARTS. SUFFIXES ly – like, characteristic of, suitable to ic – pertaining to, like or connected with ful – full of, characterized by, having. ROOTS man – hand. PREFIXES dem – people in/im/ir/il – not mal/mis – against, not, bad
ROOTS ject – to throw bibl – book sect – to cut. SUFFIXES fy – to make, cause to be ism – quality or doctrine of ous – full of, having the quality of. GREEK/LATIN WORD PARTS. PREFIXES uni – one, single per – through pre/pro – before, forward, earlier
ROOTS equ – equal; same viv – to live. SUFFIXES ious – having characterized by less – without. GREEK/LATIN WORD PARTS. PREFIXES mono/mon – one; single; alone multi – many quadri/quadru/ quadr – four hetero – different homo – one and the same; like proto – first omni – all
Greek & Latin Word Parts. Grade 10. Prefixes. Circum = around ex. Circumference. Prefix. Equi = equal ex. equator. Prefix. Per = through ex. percent. Greek. Anthro = man ex. Anthropology. Greek. Archy = ruler ex. anarchy. Greek.