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Greek & Latins

Unit 5

dictate to speak or read something to a person who write it down; to decree
contradict to say the opposite of something that someone else has said; to deny the truth
edict an official order given by a person with power or by a government.
autobiography a person's life story written by that person.
telegram a message sent by telegraph and then delivered in written or printed form; sometimes referred to as a 'wire' or 'cable.'
calligraphy the art of making beautiful handwriting.
graphic shown or described in a very clear way, used especially to refer to things that are unpleasant or shocking.
inscription words that are written on or cut into a surface.
transcript a written, printed, or typed copy of words that been spoken.
prescription a written message from a doctor that officially tells a patient what medicine to take.
dict say, declare - Latin
scrip / script write - Latin
graph / gram write, draw, describe, record - Greek
Created by: CHES4