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GREEK/LATIN WORD PARTS

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GREEK/LATIN WORD PARTS

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  1. 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 ante – before; in front of dis – apart; away from; deprive ef/ex/ec – away from;out our out of; from; former co/com/con/cor – with; together; jointly ambi/amphi – both; around un – not; without

  2. 1. To draw out or remove: • distract • extract • contract • distraction

  3. 2. What does the morpheme “rupt” mean? • to go, move • to draw • to break or burst • to run

  4. 3. Someone who intrudes and disturbs your conversation is… • constructive • construction • disruptive • disruption

  5. 4. What is the literal meaning of “antecedent”? • before noon • after noon • one that goes before • one that goes after

  6. 5. If “re” means “back, again”, which word means “to go back”? • concede • recede • proceed • excede

  7. 6. “Ambi” and “amphi” mean: • one • friend • frog • both

  8. 7. What is an animal that lives in water and on land? • ambidextrous • ambient • amphitheater • amphibian

  9. Some of these called vehicles are used to take people on tours of Boston harbor AND the streets of Boston…If you’ve done this, you’ve been on a duck tour. What are these vehicles?

  10. Amphibious vehicles!

  11. When a dentist pulls out a tooth…

  12. He is…. …Extracting the tooth… …the literal meaning of extract is…

  13. A person who engages in combat could be called a… Hint: think “military” and what is the suffix for “one who engages in”???

  14. A militant Military + ‘ant’ suffix

  15. The Latin propius means ‘nearer’ And the prefix ‘ap’ means ‘toward’ What word means to move nearer to? Hint: She is “ap_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ her due date.”