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Important terms and concepts to know from the work book: Content and function words- what they are and what languages they come from Morphemes:  3 main types- prefix, base, suffix Full, empty and intensifying morphemes Allomorphs Live morphemes Classes of English words: nouns (and noun modifiers), adjectives, verbs (transitive and  intransitive) and  adverbs Synonyms and Antonyms Assimilation – especially seen with the prefix ad (see unit 6) Negating prefixes – {non} and {in} (don’t forget the different meanings for {in} when being used  with  verbs rather than with nouns, adjectives and adverbs)
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Unformatted text preview: Combining forms Literal and figurative meanings Greek and Latin, cardinal and ordinal numbers Plurals regular and irregular Indo-European language system- cognates and borrowings Make sure you know the words from the end of each unit: word list, words of interesting origin, easily confused words, Latin phrases Study the PowerPoint slides from Friday and Mondays lectures, these are all fair game for the final. Know your Greek alphabet and practice transliteration for the final....
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