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Meaningful Sentences Unit 14. TRACT (Latin) – to drag; to draw GEST, GER (Latin) – to carry; to bear MISS (Latin) – send FER(Latin) – to carry; to bring TOL (Latin) – bring upwards; lift. detract- v. Reg./Pre-AP. to take away

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meaningful sentences unit 14

Meaningful SentencesUnit 14

TRACT (Latin) – to drag; to draw

GEST, GER (Latin) – to carry; to bear

MISS (Latin) – send

FER(Latin) – to carry; to bring

TOL (Latin) – bring upwards; lift

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detract- v. Reg./Pre-AP

  • to take away
  • For example: Walter was afraid his mood would detract from the joy of his sister’s birthday because…

Remember – TRACT means to drag or draw.

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extract- v. Reg./Pre-AP

  • to take out of; withdraw
  • For example: The company’s attempt to extract copper from the riverbed was made difficult by…

Remember – TRACT means to drag or draw.

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suggestible- adj. Reg./Pre-AP

  • easily influenced; susceptible
  • For example: Because Darren was young and suggestible, he often found himself…

Remember – GEST means carry or bear.

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exaggerated- adj. Reg./Pre-AP

  • overstated or overdone
  • For example: The cartoonist gave his drawing of the king an exaggerated mouth because…

Remember – GER means carry or bear.

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ingest- v. Reg./Pre-AP

  • to take into the body or mind
  • For example: Once a person has ingested a certain amount of the poison…

Remember – GEST means carry or bear.

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submissive- adj. Pre-AP

  • tending to obey or yield
  • For example: The more submissive dogs in the pack could be identified by…

Remember – MISS means send.

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omission- n. Pre-AP

  • the act of leaving out or neglecting
  • For example: The omission of an important piece of information in the President’s speech on nuclear weapons led to…

Remember – MISS means send

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differentiate- v.Pre-AP

  • to set apart; to distinguish
  • For example: Because of his color blindness, John was unable to differentiate between…

Remember – FER means to carry or to bring.

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reference- v.Pre-AP

  • to bring up; to mention
  • For example: The poet references many famous works in his long poem in order to…

Remember – FER means to carry or to bring.

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extol- v. Pre-AP

  • to praise; glorify
  • For example: Many teachers extol the importance of technology in schools because…

Remember – TOL means to bring upwards or lift.