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Reading Vocabulary

Greek and Latin roots, suffixes and prefixes

QuestionAnswer
What does the prefix uni- mean? one
What does the prefix bi- mean? two
What does the prefix tri- mean? three
What does the suffix -ly mean? in that way
What does the Greek root tele mean? far, distant
What does the Greek root phon mean? sound
What does the Latin roots script and scrib mean? write
What does the Latin roots dict and dic mean? speak, say and proclaim
What does the prefixes in-, im-, ir- and il- mean? not
What does the suffixes -able and -ible mean? able to be and worthy of
What does the Greek roots aut and auto mean? self
What does the Greek roots graph and gram mean? writing
What does the Latin root aud mean? hear
What does the Latin roots vid and vis mean? see
What does the prefix sub- mean? below, under
What does the prefix super- mean? above, large and superior
What does the suffix -ous mean? full of, having
What does the suffix -ful mean? full of
What does the Greek roots syn and sym mean? same, together
What does the Greek root path mean? feeling, disease
What does the Latin roots fract and frag mean? break
What does the Latin root rupt mean? break, burst
What's an example for the prefix uni-? unicycle
What's an example for the prefix bi-? bicycle
What's an example for the prefix tri-? tricycle
What's an example for the suffix -ly? slowly
What's an example for the Greek root tele? telescope
What's an example for the Greek root phon? telephone
What's an example for the Latin roots script and scrib? script
What's an example for the Latin roots dict and dic? predict
What's an example for the prefix in-, im-, ir- and il-? incorrect, imperfect, irregular and illogical
What's an example for the suffix -able and -ible? breakable and terrible
What's an example for the Greek roots aut and auto? autism and automatic
What's an example for the Greek roots graph and gram? calligraphy and kilogram
What's an example for the Latin root aud? audible
What's an example for the Latin roots vid and vis? video and vision
What's an example for the prefix sub-? submarine
What's an example for the prefix super-? superman
What's an example for the suffix -ous? joyous
What's an example for the suffix -ful? peaceful
What's an example for the Greek roots syn and sym? sync and sympathy
What's an example for the Greek root path? empathize
What's an example for the Latin roots fract and frag? fraction and fragment
What's an example for the Latin root rupt? disrupt
Created by: come_on_summer