Roots S09 Ch 7 Exercsises

Roots S09 Ch 7 Exercsises - \ JOSMPE 'u \ \ 1.10an '9, \ \...

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In American history, antebellum usually refers to the period the Civil War. 38. To intervene in an argument is to the two sides. 39. If someone grabs you the throat, you may suffocate. 40. An agenda is a list of things to be 4|. A person who interferes in your business himself 42. When the onus of responsibility is placed upon you, it becomes your . 43. A sinecure is a job real responsibilities or duties. 44. An obstacle you. 45. An aqueduct from one place to another. 46. A person who lives in seclusion is closed from the world. 47. A circumlocution is a polite way of an unpleasant topic. 48. Contrary individuals are inclined to go whatever the majority says. 49. A postscript is the body of a letter. 50. A permeable substance allows other material to pass it. 5|. A permanent stain is one that will remain 52. An advertisement your attention a product. 53. A deposition is a statement that has been about an event. 54. What does circa I920 mean? 55. l came to work via public transportation. In other words l was xx town city streets. 56. An aggressive person walks you in a hostile manner. 57. l was given a bonus because I did a job. 58. He lived in squalor; his apartment was so I couldn’t stand it. 59. She told me to come prior to the meeting, so I arrived a half an hour it began. 60. He claimed he was a pauper, but he certainly didn’t live like a man. Luau: noA ‘seapg snogJEA p sysaqw/(s e anew no,( uaqM ‘61 'aLup eqn "12 mam 01 sa>m ‘enpwpu! apeledued v '8L 'qma; sgq # f seq qu lenpwpu! ue s! 9101sodn uv ‘u "a 51295 seq JBIBBLWLIdUJD uv '9 L 339.1403 .("e3peu1u1ms s! a3u93uas sq; 3m]; ems are” 'pJOM e ;0 3nd J0 pJOM pazpum! sq; ;o Bugucaw 12.133" aq; Lpgm sa3uaauas BugMono; sq; u! snuelq sq) u! 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There was an exodus toward the doors as the audience looked for a way 90. In a symphony, all the sounds blend E. As we have already seen, some Latin words changed their function when they en- tered into English. Here are some more Latin verb forms that have become Eng- lish nouns.What are the current meanings of these Latin verbs? Latin verb form Literal translation Current meaning 9|. credo I believe 92. affidavit he has sworn 93. deficit it is lacking 94. ignoramus we do not know 95. tenet she holds 96. caveat let him beware 97. caret it is lacking 98. flat let it be done adOJqluesguJ ‘6' | @9394 '8I | {I " ' ' ' ' ' bywouonne 1H _£| 3Pn1!1lr““ '9l | .El ,(uoqdoaea '5' I .‘El Jeqos! ‘H | '5' ‘ uoglflod '9] I ———’——’ I 3!X9|5'(P 'le 551 Juanbouugew 'l | l C£l Kfiololmd 'on |£| Juanodguwo 1,01 nsggolongw '30} DE] ————"—‘— / snoauaBouJoq 10] 6Z| “ “““‘ ““‘ “‘ 1U910dw!‘90| ' ' ' ' ‘ ' ‘ ' uopagpamw '50} ’4‘ / [queue 'yol '9 If ________d aApaeoneJ 'gOl —- suodolegaw 'ZOI '8Zl ' Kugnba 'lOl 'LZI LumSoudAJD ‘001 '9Zl Aqdmfioquo '66 'SZI 'vu az‘gs u! 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The population of New York City may be described as heterogeneous because it is made up of many nationalities and ethnic groups. l34. A benevolent individual wishes you I35. A dyspeptic individual may be irritable because she has digestion. I36, A polygynist has wives at the same time. I37. The Pantheon was an ancient temple in Rome dedicated to the m. l38. To be magnanimous means that you are generous and therefore have a spirit. uMuoda 'Lgl Eh snowAuoue '9gl uMuouKs '55” N uMuozue ‘vgl E UJ/(UOLUOLI ‘ggl uJKuonB 'zgl aldwoxy Buyuoaw 1pm) ;0 aldwexa ue 93;: pm: DuMuo ;o spunodwoa Sugmouo; sq; }o lp'ea ;o Bugueaw JUBJJHD aq; aAgg 'aLueu .40; pJOM )1an9 sq; s! (mm/3(2) Dwfiuo iaureu e u! 53214;“ -H pumfilwa ue puB JuDJBuuw! ue uaaMJeq SDUBJBHHD eql s! leqM 'ISI 12 ;o a|dLUE -xa ue sapgAOJd uaunuo; e on Jyaq SEM aq Jqu mo puno; aq uqu 1.10 aqn om; pedLunI 9H,, 05' e ;o aldLuexa ue sapgAOJd unasap aql u! aLu JJesap IOU op aseald" '6“ uaqlegol ploq saop lenpwpu! 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