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Latin Roots

mct grammar town roots

QuestionAnswer
pre before
pos put
ad to
nom noun
inter between
junct join
plex twist, fold
verbum word
in in or not
ante before
com together
pro for
ject throw
con together
pound weigh
dict say
sub under
ap beside
pre before
pos put
ad to
nom noun
inter between
junct join
plex twist, fold
verbum word
in in or not
ante before
com together
pro for
ject throw
con together
pound weigh
dict say
sub under
ap beside
four ways of thinking about language 1. parts of speech 2. parts of the sentence 3. phrases 4. clauses
parts of speech the eight kinds of words
parts of the sentence how words make ideas
phrases little groups of words
clauses simple or complicated ideas
the eight parts of speech nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions, interjections
two main kinds of words nouns (or the pronoun that means it) and verbs
nouns name person, place, things or ideas
Proper nouns like England and Jane - are capitalized
Common nouns like country, person, and sandwich, are not capitalized
singular noun a noun naming one thing like tree
plural noun a noun naming more than one thing, like trees
pronouns quick words we use, when we do not want to repeat a whole long noun. Instead of saying Samuel Langhorn Clemens (Mark Twain) we can just say he. Pronouns make language FAST! Pronoun means "for the noun." It is a quick short cut sound to name the noun.
the possessive its has no apostrophe. The word it's is a contraction that means it is. Its a good idea to know its name.
anno year
domino lord
a.d. anno domini
anno domini in the year of the Lord (after Christ)
sum I am
nauta sailor
Created by: walkermamaof4