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61 terms
Language Arts Latin Root Vocabulary
Invincible
Provincial
Evince
Conducive
Unable to be conquered
Limited in knowledge of the world
To establish; to reflect the truth of
Supporting; encouraging
Invincible
Unable to be conquered
Provincial
Limited in knowledge of the world
latin roots//language arts
quer, quir, ques, quis
spect
cent
cred
search, seek, ask
watch, look at
one hundered
believe
quer, quir, ques, quis
search, seek, ask
spect
watch, look at
35 terms
Language Arts Latin Roots
Alter
Ann, Enn
Anim
Card, Cord
Other
Year
Lively / Spirit
Heart
Alter
Other
Ann, Enn
Year
15 terms
English Language Arts: Latin Roots part 2
-acious
-ant
-ine
-ion
Adjective
Adjective
Adjective/Noun (more likely to be adjective
Noun
-acious
Adjective
-ant
Adjective
Language Arts Latin Roots
Mono
Biblio
Graph
Klept
One
Book
Write
To steal
Mono
One
Biblio
Book
Language arts Latin roots
Introduction
Reverse
Fluent
Extravert
A prelimiary part, leads to main part
Opposite in direction/position
Spoken or written with ease
An outgoing, gergarious person
Introduction
A prelimiary part, leads to main part
Reverse
Opposite in direction/position
33 terms
Language Arts Latin Roots
Recognize
Incognito
Cognition
Cognizant
To identify someone or something previously seen... A:miss S:dia…
Having ones identity concealed... A:known S:concealed
The act or process of knowing... A:ignorance S:attention
Knowledge of being aware, conscious... A:unaware S:alive
Recognize
To identify someone or something previously seen... A:miss S:dia…
Incognito
Having ones identity concealed... A:known S:concealed
18 terms
Language Arts - Latin Roots
aud
auto
bene
bio
hear
self
good
life
aud
hear
auto
self
Language arts Latin roots
Cycle
Cyclical
Cyclone
circumference
A set of events or actions that happen again and again in the…
Happening again and again in the same order; happening in cyc…
An extremely large, powerful, and destructive storm with very…
The length of a line that goes around a circle or other round…
Cycle
A set of events or actions that happen again and again in the…
Cyclical
Happening again and again in the same order; happening in cyc…
26 terms
Language Arts Latin Roots
Anachronism
Geochronology
Synchronous
Chronothermal
Something out of place or time
Study of the ages of geologic events
Occurring at the same time
Relating to both time and temperature
Anachronism
Something out of place or time
Geochronology
Study of the ages of geologic events
9 terms
language arts Latin roots
Carpe diem
Sub rosa
Bona fide
prima facie
seize the day
secretly
good faith
at first view
Carpe diem
seize the day
Sub rosa
secretly
35 terms
Language Arts Latin roots
Alter
Ann,enn
Anim
Card,cord
Other
Year
Lively/spirit
Heart
Alter
Other
Ann,enn
Year
Language arts Latin roots
Audible , audience
Benefit, benign
Capitulate, captive, concept
Precede,proceed,decease
Hear , audi-
Good, bene-
Take , cap-capt-cpt-cip-
Happen,yield,go, cede-ceed-ceas-cess-
Audible , audience
Hear , audi-
Benefit, benign
Good, bene-
19 terms
Language arts Latin Roots
Alt
Aqua
Dent/Dont
Dic
High
Water
Tooth
To say or tell
Alt
High
Aqua
Water
36 terms
Language Arts Latin Roots
rupt
fract, frag
junct
meter, metr
Break up
Break
Join
Measure
rupt
Break up
fract, frag
Break
35 terms
English Language Arts Vocabulary
synonym
hyperbole
metaphor
simile
a word that has the same meaning as another word
A figure of speech using deliberate exaggeration or overstate…
A comparison without using like or as
A comparison of two things using like or as
synonym
a word that has the same meaning as another word
hyperbole
A figure of speech using deliberate exaggeration or overstate…
Language arts latin roots
Benefactor
Facsimile
...
...
...
...
...
...
Benefactor
...
Facsimile
...
Latin Roots/ Language Arts
Dent/don't
Dic
Fract/frag
Migra
Dentist, dental
To say or tell- dictate, diction
Break- fragment, fracture
Wander- migrate, immigrant
Dent/don't
Dentist, dental
Dic
To say or tell- dictate, diction
English /Language Arts Vocabulary
adjective
adverb
affix
alliteration
words that describe a noun (e.g., red, bold)
words that modify a verb, adjective, or another adverb. An ad…
general term that refers to prefixes and suffixes
repetition of the initial consonant sound in two or more neig…
adjective
words that describe a noun (e.g., red, bold)
adverb
words that modify a verb, adjective, or another adverb. An ad…
11 terms
Language Arts Latin Roots
What is the root for Mother?
What is the root for Water?
What is the root for Life?
What is the root for Birth/Race?
mater
aqua
bio
gen
What is the root for Mother?
mater
What is the root for Water?
aqua
20 terms
English-Language Arts Vocabulary
cite
evidence
inference
theme
to quote directly or indirectly from a text
support for an idea or claim
drawing a conclusion on the basis of circumstantial evidence
the underlying meaning or lesson of a text
cite
to quote directly or indirectly from a text
evidence
support for an idea or claim
12 terms
Language Arts-Latin Roots 1
Bene
Fac
Loqu
Magn
Well, good
To do, make
To speak
Great
Bene
Well, good
Fac
To do, make
35 terms
English Language Arts Vocabulary
analyze
main idea
details
text features
to examine the structure of a text in order to explain or int…
what the article/story is mostly about
statements that give more information about the main idea
components of a story not including the main body including (…
analyze
to examine the structure of a text in order to explain or int…
main idea
what the article/story is mostly about
12 terms
Language Arts-Latin Roots 2
Aqu
Art
Dict
Duct
Water
Art, skill, craft
To say
To lead
Aqu
Water
Art
Art, skill, craft
10 terms
Language Arts Latin root quiz
Culpa
Junct
Matr
Sign
Fault or blame
Join
Mother
Mark or label
Culpa
Fault or blame
Junct
Join
English Language Arts Vocabulary
Unalienable
Promissory
Tranquillity
Desolate
Not capable of being sold or transferred
Containing or implying a promise
Quality or state of being tranquil: calmness; peacefulness; q…
Dreary; dismal; gloomy
Unalienable
Not capable of being sold or transferred
Promissory
Containing or implying a promise
30 terms
Language arts: Common Latin Roots
Both
Water
To Hear
Good
ambi ... Example: ambigous, ambidextrous
aqua... Example: aquarium, aquamarine
aud... Example: audience, audition
bene... Example: benefactor, benevolet
Both
ambi ... Example: ambigous, ambidextrous
Water
aqua... Example: aquarium, aquamarine
English Language Arts Vocabulary
Dramatic Irony
Monologue
Soliloquy
Chorus
A form of irony in which the reader or audience knows more ab…
A dramatic speech delivered by a single character in a play
A long speech delivered by an actor alone on the stage repres…
In traditional or classic drama, a group of performers who sp…
Dramatic Irony
A form of irony in which the reader or audience knows more ab…
Monologue
A dramatic speech delivered by a single character in a play
English Language Arts Vocabulary
Nouns
Adjectives
Pronouns
Verbs
a person, place, thing, or an idea. (Ex. girl, kid )
words that describe or modify a person or thing in the senten…
words that takes the place of a noun. (Ex. it, her)
words that express actions, states, or a relationship between…
Nouns
a person, place, thing, or an idea. (Ex. girl, kid )
Adjectives
words that describe or modify a person or thing in the senten…
English Language Arts Vocabulary
Narrator (n)
Inference (n)
Infer (v)
Reliable (adj)
The person who tells a story.
Good guess based on evidence and knowledge.
To make a good guess based on evidence and knowledge.
Trustworthy or believable.
Narrator (n)
The person who tells a story.
Inference (n)
Good guess based on evidence and knowledge.
English Language Arts Vocabulary
Aha Moment (clue)
Tough Questions (clue)
Words of the Wiser (clue)
Memory Moment (clue)
suddenly a character realizes, understands, or finally figure…
a character pauses to ask a friend or him/herself a tough que…
a character (probably older and wiser) takes the main charact…
the author stops or interrupts the action to tell you a memor…
Aha Moment (clue)
suddenly a character realizes, understands, or finally figure…
Tough Questions (clue)
a character pauses to ask a friend or him/herself a tough que…
19 terms
AA roots Language Arts - Latin - Vocabulary 4
graph- , graphy-... autograph... biography…
herbi-... herbicide... herbal... herbivore
homo-, homeo-... homonymn... homeopath... homi…
hetero-... heterogeneous... heterodox... heter…
writing, written, or recorded
grass or plant
same or alike
different or other
graph- , graphy-... autograph... biography…
writing, written, or recorded
herbi-... herbicide... herbal... herbivore
grass or plant
50 terms
Language Arts Greek and Latin Roots
hypno
dem
pneu
phil
sleep
people
breath
love
hypno
sleep
dem
people
16 terms
Greek and Latin Roots (Language Arts)
argo/a, agri
a, an
circum
dem/o, demi
agriculture... agribusiness... agrarian... (farming)
anarchy... anorexia... anaerobic... (without)
circumvent... circumnavigate... circumference... (around)
democracy... demographics... demotic... (people)
argo/a, agri
agriculture... agribusiness... agrarian... (farming)
a, an
anarchy... anorexia... anaerobic... (without)
12 terms
English Language Arts Vocabulary
claim
counterclaim
accentuate
adapt
stated facts supported by evidence or details (pros)
arguing against, claim made to offset another claim (cons)
give emphasis or to stress
get use to
claim
stated facts supported by evidence or details (pros)
counterclaim
arguing against, claim made to offset another claim (cons)
40 terms
English Language Arts Vocabulary
action
active voice
affix
alliteration
real or fictional events that comprise the subject of a novel…
when the verb of a sentence is in the active voice, the subje…
to fasten, join, or attach.
the commencement of two or more stressed syllables of a word…
action
real or fictional events that comprise the subject of a novel…
active voice
when the verb of a sentence is in the active voice, the subje…
7 terms
English Language Arts Vocabulary
sensory image
personification
simile
noun
a writer's use of words which connect to a ... reader's sense of…
a figure of speech in which a nonhuman ... thing (an idea, objec…
a figure of speech that compares two things ... without using th…
is a word used as the name of something: a person, a place,…
sensory image
a writer's use of words which connect to a ... reader's sense of…
personification
a figure of speech in which a nonhuman ... thing (an idea, objec…
Greek & Latin Roots-Language Arts
Mob, Mot, Mov
Duc, Duct
Ven, Vent
Jud
Move... Ex. Mobile, Motion, Movie
Lead... Ex. Conduct
Come... Ex. Convention
Judge... Ex. Judgement
Mob, Mot, Mov
Move... Ex. Mobile, Motion, Movie
Duc, Duct
Lead... Ex. Conduct
59 terms
Language Arts-Greek and Latin roots
Ambi
Aqua
Aud
Bene
Both
Water
Hear
Good
Ambi
Both
Aqua
Water
19 terms
greek and latin roots for language arts
mob,mot,mov
duc,duct
ven,vent
jud
move. Example-mobile
lead. Examples-conduct
come. Example-convention
judge. Example- judgement
mob,mot,mov
move. Example-mobile
duc,duct
lead. Examples-conduct
Language Arts - Greek and Latin Roots
mob, mot, mov
duc, duct
ven, vent
jud
move
lead
come
judge
mob, mot, mov
move
duc, duct
lead
121 terms
Language Arts: Latin Vocabulary
Administer
Minister
Arbiter
Arbitrate
To give to; to apply.
To take care of; tend to.
One who decides or determines.
To judge between two sides; to referee.
Administer
To give to; to apply.
Minister
To take care of; tend to.
28 terms
Greek, Latin Roots and language arts vocabulary for test
ped
sect
bio
scrib, script
foot
cut, separate
life
write
ped
foot
sect
cut, separate
29 terms
Language Arts Latin Vocabulary
Audi
Bene
Cap-Capt-Cpt-Cip-
Cede-Ceed-Ceas-Cess-
Hear... Audible Audience
Good... Benefit Benign
Take... Capitulate Captive Concept
Happen Yield Go... Precede Proceed Descease
Audi
Hear... Audible Audience
Bene
Good... Benefit Benign
15 terms
Language arts Greek and Latin roots
Aud
Voc
Vok
Loqu
Hear
Voice,call
Voice,call
Speak
Aud
Hear
Voc
Voice,call
12 terms
English Language Arts Vocabulary
Setting
Characters
Plot
Theme
When and where the story takes place
Who does the events
The sequence of events (what happens)
The main idea, the author's message to the reader.
Setting
When and where the story takes place
Characters
Who does the events
11 terms
Language Arts Latin Root Words
Ambi
Aqua
Aud
Cent
Both
Water
To Hear
One Hundred
Ambi
Both
Aqua
Water
30 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary and Roots
man
phon
bi
ology
hand
sound
two
to study
man
hand
phon
sound
8 terms
English Language Arts: Latin Suffixes
-ience
-ion
-ial
-ary
Noun
Noun
Adjective/Noun
Adjective
-ience
Noun
-ion
Noun
10 terms
English language arts vocabulary
Narrator
Point of view
First person point of view
Second person
The person who tells the story or poem.
The perspective of the narrator.... Where the narrator tells th…
A first person narrator is in the story.... Uses the pronoun "I".
The narrator puts you in the story.... Uses the pronoun "you".
Narrator
The person who tells the story or poem.
Point of view
The perspective of the narrator.... Where the narrator tells th…
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