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VCR 6 Lesson 3

"Speaking" -- voc and dict

avocation a pastime or a hobby, a profession practiced with enjoyment
vocal connected with speaking or the voice
vocal expressing one's ideas firmly and often; outspoken
vocalist singer
vocation a job; a calling or inclination towards a certain type of work
voc Latin root meaning "to call"
dict Latin root meaning "to say, to speak"
addictive habit-forming; hard to say no to
contradict to speak against, to say the opposite of
dictation the act of saying words for someone else to write down
dictator a person who commands or rules with total authority
predict to say what will happen in the future, often using reason or experience
verdict the decision of a jury
Created by: mrsc5a