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8th Grade Greek & La

Week 2

QuestionAnswer
SYN (Greek) with, together
THESIS (Greek) put, place, position
KINESIS (Greek) movement
PHONE (Greek) sound
SONUS (Latin) sound
SKOPEO (Greek) look at, inspect, consider, examine
VIDEO/VISUM (Latin) see
sympathy to feel with someone else
symphony sounds that go together
synonym two words with the same meaning
synchronize to do things at the same time
thesis a position taken in an argument supported by a set of reasons
theme an essay or composition on a certain subject with a statement and supporting reasons
parenthesis statement beside (or inside) a main sentence
synthetic elements put together to make a material like a natural one
kinetic relating to movement of bodies
kinesiology study of human movement
cinema motion pictures
cinematographer motion picture photographer
phonogram written sound
euphony good or pleasant sound
megaphone device to make sounds big
microphone device to transmit or record small sounds
sound vibrations perceived by our ears
sonic relating to what we can hear
sonnet a form of rhyming Italian poetry
sonar device that hears sound underwater
scope all the eye can see
microscope device to look at small objects
periscope device for seeing around obstacles
kaleidoscope device for seeing changing beautiful forms or arrangements of small fragments of glass, etc.
videophone TV screen for seeing the person you are talking to on the telephone
evidence out of what one can see
advise look and tell your view
invisible not to be seen
Created by: LiseBrinkley