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2010unitsix - UNIT SIX The Most Useful Latin Prefixes Review • hypothermia< hypo therm ia • repulsion< re puls ion – pello pellere pepuli

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Unformatted text preview: UNIT SIX The Most Useful Latin Prefixes Review • hypothermia < { hypo } + { therm } + { ia } • repulsion < { re } + { puls } + { ion } – pello, pellere, pepuli, pulsus = to strike, beat, move, dislodge – {puls / pulse / pel} {ab}, {ad}, {ex}, {in} • {duce / duct} = to lead, take • {err} = to wander • {hes / here} = to stick • {it} = to go • {ject} = to throw • {tract} = to draw, pull • induce, abduct, aberrant, err, adhesive, adhere, exit, inject, extract Word of the Day Word of the Day • assimilation < {ad} + {similat} = like assimilation is an example of the assimilation of the prefix {ad} to a base Allomorphs of Latin prefixes • {ab / a / abs} -- aberrant, avert, abstain, abstract • {in / im} -- inter, imbibe • {ex / ef / e} -- exit, effusive, eject Latin prefixes • {ab-, a-, abs-}, “away,” “from” ject- throw abject vert- turn avert tract- drag abstract • {ad-, a-, ac-, af-, ag-, al-, an-, ap-, ar-, as-, at-}, “to,” “toward” [assimilation]-mit send admit fix- fix, fasten affix greg- flock aggregate sent- feel assent {gress} with prefixes...
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This note was uploaded on 01/10/2011 for the course CLA CLA 30 taught by Professor Albu during the Winter '10 term at UC Davis.

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2010unitsix - UNIT SIX The Most Useful Latin Prefixes Review • hypothermia< hypo therm ia • repulsion< re puls ion – pello pellere pepuli

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