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Language Arts: Classic Books
The Great Gatsby
Red Badge of Courage
Slaughterhouse-Five
Uncle Tom's Cabin
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Stephen Crane
Kurt Vonnegut
Harriet Beecher Stowe
The Great Gatsby
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Red Badge of Courage
Stephen Crane
167 terms
language arts classical roots
monologue
monarch
monogram
monopoly
A long speech made by one performer or by one person in a gro…
person who rules a kingdom or empire
A design composed of letters, usually the first letter of a n…
exclusive control of the trade in some item or service
monologue
A long speech made by one performer or by one person in a gro…
monarch
person who rules a kingdom or empire
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Language Arts Classical Roots Book B Lesson 7
Abrasive
Abound
Abscond
Abhor
adj. Harsh; rough.
v. 1. To exist in great qualities or numbers.... 2. To be fully…
v. To leave quickly and secretly and hide oneself.
v. To detest thoroughly.
Abrasive
adj. Harsh; rough.
Abound
v. 1. To exist in great qualities or numbers.... 2. To be fully…
Language arts classical roots 8
Concoct
Cuisine
Precocious
Carnivorous
1. To mix ingrediants, as in cooking... 2. To invent or devise
A characteristic style of cooking
Showing unusually early development, especially mentally
Meat-eating
Concoct
1. To mix ingrediants, as in cooking... 2. To invent or devise
Cuisine
A characteristic style of cooking
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Language Arts Classical Roots - Sight
refute
reiterate
repartee
repertoire
To prove a statement or person to be incorrect
To say over again
1. A quick, witty reply
1. The stock of plays, stories, songs, or other pieces that a…
refute
To prove a statement or person to be incorrect
reiterate
To say over again
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English/Language Arts: Classical Roots
avocation
vocal
vocalist
vocation
n. a pastime or hobby; a profession practiced with enjoyment.
adj. connected with speaking or with the voice.
n. singer.
n. a job; a calling or inclination toward a type of work or s…
avocation
n. a pastime or hobby; a profession practiced with enjoyment.
vocal
adj. connected with speaking or with the voice.
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Language arts classical roots lesson 5
microbe
microcosm
minuscule
minutia
an organism invisible.to the naked eye, especially one that c…
a miniature world; something that resembles something else on…
extremely small
a small or trivial detail
microbe
an organism invisible.to the naked eye, especially one that c…
microcosm
a miniature world; something that resembles something else on…
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Language Arts Final: Classical Roots_McDaniel
animus
equanimity
pusillanimous
ethereal
noun... - a powerful feeling of hostility or antagonism; hatred…
noun... - composure and calm is stressful conditions; equilibrium
adjective... - cowardly; fearful
adjective ... - spirit like in lightness and delicacy ... - heavenl…
animus
noun... - a powerful feeling of hostility or antagonism; hatred…
equanimity
noun... - composure and calm is stressful conditions; equilibrium
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Language Arts - Classical Roots - Lessons 3 and 4
Excerpt
Exhilerate
Exonerate
Exorbitant
1. A passage selected from a book, play, piece, music, etc. 2…
1. To cheer; to stimulate; to enliven.
1. To free from blame. 2. To relieve of a task.
1. Excessive
Excerpt
1. A passage selected from a book, play, piece, music, etc. 2…
Exhilerate
1. To cheer; to stimulate; to enliven.
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Language Arts Classical Roots Midterm Vocabulary-NOZICK
Theology
Credulous
Deity
Atheist
the study of religion
Believing too easily; gullible
A god or goddess
A person who believes there is no god
Theology
the study of religion
Credulous
Believing too easily; gullible
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Language Arts Classical Roots - The Other Senses
ad hoc
admonish
assimilate
olfactory
For a specific purpose or situation
1. To scold gently but firmly... 2. To caution or warn
1. To take in and make a part of the body... 2. To cause to beco…
Pertaining to the sense of smell
ad hoc
For a specific purpose or situation
admonish
1. To scold gently but firmly... 2. To caution or warn
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Classic Roots For: Gifted Honor Language Arts
Monos
Unus
Duo,Duplex
Bi
<G. One
<L. One
<L. Two,Twofold
<L. Two
Monos
<G. One
Unus
<L. One
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Language Arts Unit 9 Spelling List: Latin Roots
transfer
different
conference
construction
move from one place to another
not the same as another
a formal meeting for a discussion
a structure in a building process
transfer
move from one place to another
different
not the same as another
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Language Arts Classical Roots B Mid-term Review Words
perennial
permeate
defer
subvert
1. lasting for an indefinitely long time... 2. continuing regula…
to penetrate through space; to spread throughout
to postpone; to delay... to yield respectfully to the opinion or…
to upset; to overthrow; to ruin
perennial
1. lasting for an indefinitely long time... 2. continuing regula…
permeate
to penetrate through space; to spread throughout
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Language Arts Spelling Red Hot Root Words
Coexist
coherent
collaborate
collide
to exist the same time or in the same place
sticking together; connected, related in some ways
to labor together
to come together with great force; to clash
Coexist
to exist the same time or in the same place
coherent
sticking together; connected, related in some ways
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Language Arts - Classical Roots - Lesson 1 and 2, Motion
Percussion
Perennial
Permeate
Persevere
N. 1. The sharp striking of one thing against another. 2. Ins…
Adj. 1. Lasting for an indefinitely long time. 2. Continuing…
Tr. V. 1. To penetrate through spaces; to spread throughout.…
Intr. V. 1 To hold fast to a task or purpose despite handicap…
Percussion
N. 1. The sharp striking of one thing against another. 2. Ins…
Perennial
Adj. 1. Lasting for an indefinitely long time. 2. Continuing…
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Language Arts Classical Roots B Roots Mid Term Exam
per
sub
verso/versare/versavi/versatum
ex
through
under
to turn, to turn around
from, out of
per
through
sub
under
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Language Arts Midterm: Classical Roots Vocabulay _McDaniel
accredit
deity
theology
atheist
verb... - to authorize; to certify; to believe
noun... - a god or goddess
noun ... - the study of religion
noun ... - a person who believes there is no god
accredit
verb... - to authorize; to certify; to believe
deity
noun... - a god or goddess
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Spelling Words for Classical Roots book A lessons 3-4
panacea
pandemonium
omnipotent
omnipresent
Pan
Pan
Omnis
Omni
panacea
Pan
pandemonium
Pan
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Spelling Words for Classical Roots book A lessons 3-4
panacea
pandemonium
omnipotent
omnipresent
Pan
Pan
Omnis
Omni
panacea
Pan
pandemonium
Pan
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Language Arts Review Classical Roots; Sections 7-16
Antebellum
Anterior
Preempt
Premonition
Of a period before a war, especially the American Civil War
Coming before in position or time
To take possession of something before anyone else can do so
A warning in advance
Antebellum
Of a period before a war, especially the American Civil War
Anterior
Coming before in position or time
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Language Arts Terms
Author's Purpose
Persuade
Inform
Entertain
The author's intent either to inform/teach, to entertain, or…
To convince someone to agree with an opinion, an idea, or a r…
To give knowledge and facts about a subject with the intentio…
To hold the reader's interest; to amuse; to make the reader w…
Author's Purpose
The author's intent either to inform/teach, to entertain, or…
Persuade
To convince someone to agree with an opinion, an idea, or a r…
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Classical Roots: Lesson 2
trilogy
trisect
triumvirate
quadrant
a group of three literary or musical works that have a relate…
to divide into three parts
a group of three, especially in authority
1. a quarter of a circle or of its circumference... 2. an early…
trilogy
a group of three literary or musical works that have a relate…
trisect
to divide into three parts
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Classical Roots: Lesson 1
monologue
monarch
monogram
monopoly
a long speech made by one performer or by one person in a group
1. a person who rules a kingdom or empire; a king or queen, e…
a design composed of letters, usually the first letter of a n…
1. exclusive control of the trade in some item or service... 2.…
monologue
a long speech made by one performer or by one person in a group
monarch
1. a person who rules a kingdom or empire; a king or queen, e…
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Classical Roots, Book 5, Lesson #7
in
inactive
informal
insignificant
not
(adj.) 1. not moving or active; 2. no longer in use
(adj.) casual relaxed; not formal
(adj.) not significant; unimportant; lacking power or value
in
not
inactive
(adj.) 1. not moving or active; 2. no longer in use
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Classical Roots, Book 5, Lesson #6
Telecast
Teleconference
Telemarketing
Telescope
n. A broadcast by television
n. A meeting at which people see and talk to each other using…
n. Selling by telephone
n. An instrument for making distant objects look closer and l…
Telecast
n. A broadcast by television
Teleconference
n. A meeting at which people see and talk to each other using…
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Classical Roots C Lesson 2
Genealogy
Genocide
Genre
Genteel
A record of descent from one's ancestors; the study of family…
The planning annihilation of a racial, political, or cultural…
A type, class, or category, especially of fine art or literat…
Well-mannered; refined; polite
Genealogy
A record of descent from one's ancestors; the study of family…
Genocide
The planning annihilation of a racial, political, or cultural…
19 terms
Roots Lesson 1
Gen
Aqua
Mater
Spec
Birth or Race
Water
Mother
See or Look
Gen
Birth or Race
Aqua
Water
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Classical Roots Book 6 Lesson 1
VIS
envision
revise
supervise
To see, sight
To imagine; to form a picture in the mind of something that h…
To look back and change; to correct and improve.
To direct or oversee; to look after and take care of.
VIS
To see, sight
envision
To imagine; to form a picture in the mind of something that h…
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LA Classical Roots: Lesson 3
pandemonium
panacea
omnipotent
omnipresent
uproar; a very noisy place
a cure-all for diseases or troubles
having unlimited power; all-powerful
present everywhere
pandemonium
uproar; a very noisy place
panacea
a cure-all for diseases or troubles
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Classical Roots, Book B, Lesson 6
tenere
apere
aptitude
inept
to hold, to keep; verb
to fasten, to attach
apere; n. a natural talent or ability; quickness in learning
apere; adj. without skill; inappropriate our out place; fooli…
tenere
to hold, to keep; verb
apere
to fasten, to attach
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Language Arts Vocabulary
Author's Purpose
Persuade
Inform
Entertain
The author's intent either to inform/teach, to entertain, or…
To convince someone to agree with an opinion, an idea, or a r…
To give knowledge and facts about a subject with the intentio…
To hold the reader's interest; to amuse; to make the reader w…
Author's Purpose
The author's intent either to inform/teach, to entertain, or…
Persuade
To convince someone to agree with an opinion, an idea, or a r…
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LA Classical Roots: Lesson 3
pandemonium
panacea
omnipotent
omnipresent
uproar; a very noisy place
a cure-all for diseases or troubles
having unlimited power; all-powerful
present everywhere
pandemonium
uproar; a very noisy place
panacea
a cure-all for diseases or troubles
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2nd grade, Language Arts
Adjective
Adverb
Pronoun
Dictionary
A word that describes.
Describes a verb.
A word that takes the place of a noun.
A book that has definitions of words.
Adjective
A word that describes.
Adverb
Describes a verb.
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2016 Spelling Bees (Take the Challenge!)
continuous
committed
embarrass
environment
continuous
committed
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Latin and Greek Root Words - Week 2
alter
alternate
alteration
alternative
other
every other
A change or modification
A different way to say or do something
alter
other
alternate
every other
Vocabulary from Classical Roots lesson 3
pandemonium
panacea
omnipotent
omnipresent
n. uproar
n. cure-all for diseases or trouble
adj. having unlimited power; all-powerful
adj. present everywhere
pandemonium
n. uproar
panacea
n. cure-all for diseases or trouble
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Classical Roots Book B Lesson 5
cum
coherent
colloquial
commiserate
<L. "with"
Showing an orderly relation of parts
characteristic of ordinary conversation rather than formal sp…
to feel or express sorrow or pity
cum
<L. "with"
coherent
Showing an orderly relation of parts
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots 6, Lesson 1
envision
spectacle
visible
prospect
- to imagine... - to form a picture in your mind of something th…
- a strikingly grand or unusual sight
- able to be seen or perceived
- to look for... - to explore and search for mineral deposits
envision
- to imagine... - to form a picture in your mind of something th…
spectacle
- a strikingly grand or unusual sight
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Classical Roots Lesson 2
Geneology
Genos, Geneos
Gens, Gentis
Genus, Generis
A record of descent from one's ancestors; the study of family…
Race, Family
Race, Clan, Family
Birth, race, kind, tribe, clan
Geneology
A record of descent from one's ancestors; the study of family…
Genos, Geneos
Race, Family
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Classical Roots A- Lesson 1
monologue
monarch
monarch
monogram
n. A long speech made by one performer or by one person in a…
n.- a person who rules a kingdom or empire ; a king or queen,…
n. A large black and orange American butterfly
n. A design composed of letters, usually the first letter of…
monologue
n. A long speech made by one performer or by one person in a…
monarch
n.- a person who rules a kingdom or empire ; a king or queen,…
60 terms
Root word set 1 language Arts
Aster, Astro
Aud, Aus
Bibl
Chron
Star
hear, listen
book
time
Aster, Astro
Star
Aud, Aus
hear, listen
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book 5 Chapter 10
diameter
geometry
metronome
perimeter
A straight line passing from side to side through the center…
A major branch of mathematics that deals with shapes, sizes,…
A device that marks the beat for musicians
The distance around a figure
diameter
A straight line passing from side to side through the center…
geometry
A major branch of mathematics that deals with shapes, sizes,…
28 terms
Latin and Greek Root Words - Week 1
aqua
aquaplane
aquarium
aquamarine
water
a board that is pulled by a speedboat as a person stands on i…
a tank or pool or bowl filled with water for keeping live fis…
the blue-green color of water; a blue-green gemstone (birthst…
aqua
water
aquaplane
a board that is pulled by a speedboat as a person stands on i…
Vocabulary for Classical Roots - Book 4, Lesson 5 (part- and studi-)
particle
partial
particular
partition
a very small piece of something
not complete or total
Special, set apart from others in a group.
divide into parts, pieces, or sections
particle
a very small piece of something
partial
not complete or total
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Lesson 2
trilogy
trisect
triumvirate
quadrant
Noun: a group of three literary or musical works that have a…
Verb: to divide into three parts
Noun: a group of three, especially in authority
Noun: a quarter of a circle or of its circumference; and ... Nou…
trilogy
Noun: a group of three literary or musical works that have a…
trisect
Verb: to divide into three parts
27 terms
Classical Roots Book A Lessons 1+2 Vocab
monologue
monarch
monogram
monopoly
a long speech made by one performer or by one person in a group
a person who rules a kingdom or empire; a king or queen, empe…
a design composed of letters, usually the first letter of a n…
Exclusive control of the trade in some item or service;sole o…
monologue
a long speech made by one performer or by one person in a group
monarch
a person who rules a kingdom or empire; a king or queen, empe…
26 terms
Spelling Test Root Words #2
autograph
telegraph
autobiography
photography
the signature of a famous person ; to write your signature in…
an old-fashioned system of sending messages over long distanc…
a biography written by the person it is about
the art, process, or job of taking pictures with a camera
autograph
the signature of a famous person ; to write your signature in…
telegraph
an old-fashioned system of sending messages over long distanc…
11 terms
Greek and Latin Roots - ped
biped
centipede
impediment
millipede
(n)- a creature with two feet
(n)- a creature with 100 feet
(n)- something that stands in ones way;an obstacle
(n)- a creature with 1,000 feet
biped
(n)- a creature with two feet
centipede
(n)- a creature with 100 feet
11 terms
Classical Roots, Book 5, Lesson #1
circ
circuit
circular
circulate
around
n. a closed route that goes around an object or area,such as…
adj. having the shape of a circle
v. to move along a path and return to the same place... v. to mo…
circ
around
circuit
n. a closed route that goes around an object or area,such as…
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