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1. A pleasant, affable receptionist gives customers a positive first impression of the business.

1. A pleasant, affable receptionist gives customers a positive first impression of the business.

1. A pleasant, affable receptionist gives customers a positive first impression of the business. Affable – (adj) . Parts: af (to); fab (speak); able (capable of). Educated Guess:. Definition: Friendly, good-natured, or easy to talk to. Synonyms: amiable, friendly, amicable, cordial.

By thais
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Human Body Systems Power Point

Human Body Systems Power Point

Human Body Systems Power Point. Stephen Lakes. Skeletal system. FUNCTION (S): Protects and supports body organs; provides a framework the muscles can use to cause movement; stores minerals. KEY STRUCTURES: • Bones • Joints. Reasoning- Bone marrow makes white and red blood cells.

By violet
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WordSkills : Lesson Ten

WordSkills : Lesson Ten

WordSkills : Lesson Ten. The Final Voyage . amat (amor) love. amor ous amor (love) ous (full of) en amor en (inside, within) amor (love) amat eur amat (love) eur (one who). apt (ept) fit. Apt i tude apt (fit) tude (state of) Ad apt ad (to) apt (fit) in ept

By fadey
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medical forecast

medical forecast

medical forecast. prognosis pro (forward) + gno (know) + sis (condition). conversation. colloquy col = com (together) loqu (talk). solid ground. terra firma terr (land). many-colored. polychrome poly (many) + chrome (color). medical forecast. prognosis pro (forward) +

By hateya
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WordSkills

WordSkills

WordSkills. Lesson 14. AREO. 1. aero -- air. aerate aerial aerobics. aer (air) ate (make) aer (air) ial (pertaining to) aer (air) ics (science of). ANTHO. 2. antho -- flower. anthology ananthous anthozoan. antho (flower) logy (stud of) an (lacking, without)

By ekram
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authentic

authentic

authentic. bona fide bon (good) + fid (faith). good-naturedness. bonhomie bon (good) + homme (man). words of praise. eulogy eu (good) + log (word). indulger in luxury. bon vivant bon (good) + viv (life). good-naturedness. bonhomie bon (good) + homme (man). cowardly.

By ovid
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1. He spent years training to become certified to adjudicate for the National Orchid Society.

1. He spent years training to become certified to adjudicate for the National Orchid Society.

1. He spent years training to become certified to adjudicate for the National Orchid Society. Adjudicate – (verb) . Parts: ad(to); judicare (judge); ate (make, do). Educated Guess:.

By uriel
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Lets Get Ready to Rev Up Your Vocabulary

Lets Get Ready to Rev Up Your Vocabulary

With WordSkills. Lets Get Ready to Rev Up Your Vocabulary. Lesson 6. 1. Agog -- lead. demagogue pedagogy synagogue. demos (people) agog (leader) ped (child) agog (leader) y (result of) syn (together, with) agog (lead). 2. Anthrop -- mankind. anthropology philanthropist

By telma
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Fill out your agenda!

Fill out your agenda!

Fill out your agenda!. Math -quiz today—NO HW LA- Page 126 (5-10) Page 127 (1-10) WB page 58-59 Library today Reading- Vocabulary study Intro “ Robo -Legs” and “Eureka” NO HW Science- Basic science test review Study for test tonight SS- group presentations.

By karim
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GREEK/LATIN WORD PARTS

GREEK/LATIN WORD PARTS

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

By spence
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DWL

DWL

DWL. Daily Written Language. Monday, March 28 th. Directions: Copy the following notes for SUFFIXES in your Writing Section of your binder. Suffixes SUFFIXES are word parts that come AFTER the root or word base. Suffixes change the meaning of the word.

By xiang
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Stem Words – List #22

Stem Words – List #22

Stem Words – List #22. mollify. v erb moll = soft ify = to make to make soft/to pacify We need to mollify the crying baby. polyglot. n oun poly = many glot = tongue m ulti-linguist Rafael is a polyglot ; he speaks five languages. somniferous. a djective

By hammett-barr
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Welcome to ELL, 3/8/12

Welcome to ELL, 3/8/12

Welcome to ELL, 3/8/12. Warm Up: Pick up ESL notebook Turn and talk: “What do marvel, wonder and punish mean?”. I can statement/agenda. Today, 3/8, I can… Know: Identify where to use specific suffixes with base words. Do: Complete vocabulary study. Agenda: Warm up/share: 10 minutes

By halla-rodriquez
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Lauren Kight Pd.1

Lauren Kight Pd.1

Lauren Kight Pd.1. PSSA HELP!!. Hasty Generalization. To jump to the easiest, quickest, most obvious conclusion without enough examples to support it. Red Herring. Something that draws attention away from the central issue. Appeal to Fear.

By sara-monroe
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induction

induction

induction. factual reasoning in (into) duct (lead). hagiocracy. government of saints hagio (saint) + cracy (government). diction. word choice dict (say). disconsolate. inconsolable dis (away) con (together) solace + ate (cause). disingenuous. insincere dis (away) + In (into) +

By kareem-leach
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mollify

mollify

mollify. t o calm; pacify moll (soft) + f y (make). ichthyologist. f ish scientist i chthy (fish)+ l ogy (science) + i st (one who). polyglot. m ulti-linguist p oly (many) + glot (tongue). diaphanous. semitransparent dia (through) + phan (appearance) + o us (full of).

By cooper-irwin
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chronic

chronic

chronic. constant chron (time). hyperbole. e xtreme exaggeration hyper (over)+ bole (throw). sonorous. f ull-sounding; loud s on (sound) + ous (full of). germane. related g erm (vital / related). convivial. f riendly, fond of company c on (together) + viv (life). cognomen.

By channing-tyler
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STEMS

STEMS

STEMS. peri: around (perimeter) meter: measure (perimeter) super: over (supervisor) anti: against (antiperspirant) ex: out (exit; exile). STEMS. cide: kill (insecticide) eu: good/pleasing (euphemism) ver: true (verify) proto: first (prototype) mut: change (mutation). STEMS.

By antionette-frankie
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WordSkills

WordSkills

WordSkills. Lesson 7. agitate agent react. ag (force) ate (make, do) ag (do) ent (one who) re ( ) act (do). 1. act (ag) – drive (force), do. android philanderer androgenous. andr (male) oid ( having characteristics of) phil (love) andr (male) er (one who) andr (male)

By aladdin-horton
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WWW #9

WWW #9

WWW #9. Next quiz: Friday, February 7. PART I: Shaded Words. Path - Feeling. 9.1. Sympathy – feeling compassionate and supportive Empathy – identifying with someone else’s feelings. A - Not. Apathy – not feeling emotion Amorphous – not a specific shape. Sci - Know.

By abraham-saunders
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