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Unit 4 Formatives
TLW: to determine the Latin and
Greek affixes
Formatives 1,Unit 4
TLW: to determine the Latin and Greek affixes
• Example word: precede (verb)
• Define: pre—before (p)
• Complete definition: precede- come before
(something) in time; come before in order or
position; go in front or ahead of.
• Sentence: A gun battle had
preceded the explosions.
• Can you think of any other words
that start with “pre”?
Formative 2, Unit 4
TLW: to determine the Latin and Greek affixes
• Example word: spectacle (noun)
• Define: spec—look, see (root)
• Complete definition: spectacle- remarkable
sight.
• Sentence: The 4th of July fireworks were quite
a spectacle; it was a remarkable sight.
• Can you think of any other words that have
“spec”?
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Formative 3, Unit 4
TLW: to determine the Latin and Greek affixes
Example word: junction
Define: junct—to join
Complete definition: a point where two or
more things are joined.
Sentence: Let’s meet at the junction of the
two rivers.
Can you think of any other words that use
“junct”?
Formative 4,Unit 4
TLW: to determine the Latin and Greek affixes
• Example word: democracy (noun)
• Define: crat; cracy—rule (r)
• Complete definition: democracy– ruled
by the people.
• Sentence: The United States is a
democracy, elected by the people.
• Can you think of any other words
that have “crat”?
Formative 5, Unit 4
TLW: to determine the Latin and Greek affixes
• Example word: baker (noun)
• Define: er—one who does (suffix)
• Complete definition : baker– one who bakes.
• Sentence: Miss Gina, the cupcake baker, makes
the best strawberry cupcakes.
• Can you think of any other words that end in
“er”?
Formative 6, Unit 4
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TLW: to determine the Latin and Greek affixes
Example word: safety (noun, adjective)
Define: ty; ity—quality or state of (suffix)
Complete definition: safety– state of being safe.
Sentence: Miss Becky, the fire marshal, is
responsible for fire safety procedures.
Can you think of any other words that end in “ty” or
“ity”?
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Formative 7, Unit 4
TLW: to determine the Latin and Greek affixes
Example word: extract (verb)
Define: tract—to pull
Complete definition: remove or take out, especially
by effort or force; pull out
Sentence: The decayed tooth will have to be
extracted.
What other words can make with
“tract”?
Formative 8, Unit 4
TLW: to determine the Latin and Greek affixes
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Example word: bibliophobia (noun)
Define: phob—fear of (root)
Complete definition: bibliophobia– fear of books.
Sentence: Bibliophobia can be confined to certain
books; for instance those fearing witchcraft might
view the Harry Potter series in a bibliophobic
sense.
• What other words can you think of
that has “phobia”?