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prefixes, roots, and suffixes - Engilsh
a-, ab-
a-, an-
ad-
ambi-
from
without
to, toward
both, around
a-, ab-
from
a-, an-
without
10 terms
Chapter 4 vocab Engilsh 3
Relinquish-
Impetuous-
Maudlin-
Berate-
To surrender (something); give (something) up.
Done or acting in a hurry, with little thought; impulsive.
Tearfully sentimental; overly emotional.
To criticize or scold harshly.
Relinquish-
To surrender (something); give (something) up.
Impetuous-
Done or acting in a hurry, with little thought; impulsive.
15 terms
Engilsh Vocab SOL Review
Main Idea
Detail
Author's Purpose
Prefix
the topic or reason; Ex: the main idea of the poem was caring.
information that support the main idea
the message or reason the writer is writing; To persuade, inf…
Letters that come at the beginning of the root word and has a…
Main Idea
the topic or reason; Ex: the main idea of the poem was caring.
Detail
information that support the main idea
19 terms
engilsh 4/21
portable
excert
prefix
route
that can be carried
put into action
syllables added to the beginning of words to alter meaning
a course traveled
portable
that can be carried
excert
put into action
10 terms
Prefixes #2
Arch-
Co-
Fore-
Mid-
Chief; principle. Ex- archenemy .
With. Ex- Co-worker
Before. Ex- foreshadowing
Middle. Ex- midsummer
Arch-
Chief; principle. Ex- archenemy .
Co-
With. Ex- Co-worker
10 terms
Prefixes #1
a- , an-
auto-
com- , con-
contra-
not, without. Ex: anorexic.
self. Ex: automatic.
together, with. Ex: convention, community.
against, opposite. Ex: contradict.
a- , an-
not, without. Ex: anorexic.
auto-
self. Ex: automatic.
13 terms
Prefixes and Suffixes Unit 1
-famous
-ous -
-fabulous
fascination
widely known or esteemed
full of or possessing
- extremely pleasing
the state of being intensely intersted or attarcted
-famous
widely known or esteemed
-ous -
full of or possessing
10 terms
Chapter 19 English 3
Chide
Coalition
Commensurate
Connotation
To criticize
A partnership
Consistent with
A suggestion
Chide
To criticize
Coalition
A partnership
44 terms
Word Parts📚
prefix
sufix
root
word family
small word part that you put at the beginning of a word
small word part that you put at the end of a word
carries the mane meaning
words that share the same root word
prefix
small word part that you put at the beginning of a word
sufix
small word part that you put at the end of a word
19 terms
Wednesday April 22, 2015
myth
visible
strategy
route
a legendary story... A traditional story about gods, ancestors,…
able to see
An elaborate and systematic plan of action
a course traveled
myth
a legendary story... A traditional story about gods, ancestors,…
visible
able to see
14 terms
2.02: Prefixes & Suffixes
Choose the word that means the same as…
Choose the word that means the same as…
Choose the word that means the same as…
Choose the word that means the same as…
mislead
prefix
un-American
unsafe
Choose the word that means the same as…
mislead
Choose the word that means the same as…
prefix
10 terms
Chapter 1 English 3
Facetious
Ostentious
Optimum.
Detriment
Humorous, playfully joking.
meant to impress others; flashy.
Best possible; most favorable; most desirable.
Something that causes damage, harm, or loss.
Facetious
Humorous, playfully joking.
Ostentious
meant to impress others; flashy.
10 terms
English 3: Chapter 2
Instigate
Rudimentary
Resilient
Collaborate
To bring about by moving others to action; stir up.
Fundamental; necessary to learn first.
Able to recover quickly from harm, illness, or misfortune.
To work together on a project; cooperate in an effort.
Instigate
To bring about by moving others to action; stir up.
Rudimentary
Fundamental; necessary to learn first.
10 terms
Chapter 3 Engsligh 3
Juxtapose
Lethargy
Ambiguous
Inane
To place together, especially in order to compare or contrast.
A great lack of energy; inactivity due to laziness .
Able to be interpreted in more than one way; not clear.
Without sense or meaning; foolish.
Juxtapose
To place together, especially in order to compare or contrast.
Lethargy
A great lack of energy; inactivity due to laziness .
48 terms
List #1 ACT Prep: Suffixes and Roots
able, ible
al
ance, ence, ancy, ency
ate, en
capable of, worthy of
act of, dismissal, refusal
act or fact of doing, state, quality
cause to be
able, ible
capable of, worthy of
al
act of, dismissal, refusal
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