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Latin Roots Lesson 11 Homework

Reviewing AssignmentHomework 7Started:Mar 10, 2013 1:39 AMFinished: Mar 10, 2013 3:30 AMPrev1 of 1NextReturnHomework 7 Total Grade: 20 (of possible 20 points)Fill in the blanks as usual. The words are all found in Exercises 1 and 3 of Lessons 11 and 12. Underlined forms correspond to thefinal roots in words compounded of more than one root (not counting prefixes and suffixes).Question 1 of 20 Score: 1 (of possible 1 point)difficulty breathing (-a) dyspneaAnswer Key: dyspneaQuestion 2 of 20 Score: 1 (of possible 1 point)(abnormal) presence of air (in a body part) (-osis; use second 'air' root in Lesson 11 and use it in its longer form) pneumatosisAnswer Key: pneumatosisQuestion 3 of 20 Score: 1 (of possible 1 point)(abnormal) presence of fibroustissue containing iron (-o-, -osis) siderofibrosisAnswer Key: siderofibrosisQuestion 4 of 20 Score: 1 (of possible 1 point)inflammation of the (membrane) around the pleura peripleuritisAnswer Key: peripleuritisQuestion 5 of 20 Score: 1 (of possible 1 point)

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1 Building Vocabulary from Word Roots Lesson 11 Greek and Latin Bases Neo and nov

2 Neo, Nov The Greek base neo and the Latin base nov both mean “new.”

3 Neo, Nov Greek-based words built on neo tend to be scientific, technical, or medical in nature. Neo only appears at the beginning of words, often followed by another Greek base.

4 Neo, Nov Latin-based words built on nov are more general in nature. Nov is usually found at the beginning of a word and is always followed by a second base.

5 Neo, Nov Nov is often found after two Latin prefixes: in- (“in, on, into”) + nov = to bring something new in re- (“back, again”) + nov = to make something new by bringing it back again

6 Neo, nov= “new” Neo + nat (born, give birth)= neonatal— relating to “newly” “born” infants Neo + phyt (plant)= neophyte— a “new plant” (metaphorically), someone who is new to an idea or a group Nov + ice (state or quality) = novice— a beginner who is “new” to something Re- (back, again) + nov + ation (result of making or doing) = renovation— “making” something “new” “again” through changes

7 How do the bolded words use the meanings of “new”? Use context clues to help create a definition.  The smiley faces in your texts were originally called “emoticons” when they first appeared. This word is a neologism formed by combining “emotion” and “icon.”  The neoclassic architecture of the antebellum South makes one think of ancient Greek and Roman temples.  The city council agreed to offer tax incentives for property developers to come in and renovate the dilapidated downtown buildings. Practice

8 How do the bolded words use the meanings of “new”? Use context clues to help create a definition.  The smiley faces in your texts were originally called “emoticons” when they first appeared. This word is a neologism formed by combining “emotion” and “icon.” a “new” “word”  The neoclassic architecture of the antebellum South makes one think of ancient Greek and Roman temples. a “new” style of architecture that is modeled after a classic style from history  The city council agreed to offer tax incentives for property developers to come in and renovate the dilapidated downtown buildings. to renew or make new again Practice

9 Use the definitions of the bases, prefixes, and suffixes, if provided, and the context of the sentence to determine the meanings of the bolded words. Although she was a novice decorator, her innovative ideas resulted in a wonderful renovation of the old building. Practice

10 Although she was a novice decorator, her innovative ideas resulted in a wonderful renovation of the old building. Novice-someone “new” to a position; a beginner Innovative-to “bring in” a “new” idea or make some changes Renovation-act of making something “new” “again” through repairs and changes Practice

11 Use the definitions of the bases, prefixes, and suffixes, if provided, and the context of the sentence to determine the meanings of the bolded words. The neophyte doctor was shocked to see the equipment in the neonatal unit at the hospital. It was so outdated, it seemed to be from the Neolithic age, back when tools were made from stones. Practice

12 The neophyte doctor was shocked to see the equipment in the neonatal unit at the hospital. It was so outdated, it seemed to be from the Neolithic age, back when tools were made from stones. Neophyte-a “new” “plant”; a beginner Neonatal- “new” “born”; infants Neolithic- related to the “new” “stone” age; roughly 12,000 years ago Practice

13 Neo, nov—these bases mean _________ Thomas Edison’s novel idea of recording a human voice led to the phonograph, or “talking machine.” Define the word novel using a definition of the base. Test Prep

14 Neo, nov—these bases mean new Thomas Edison’s novel idea of recording a human voice led to the phonograph, or “talking machine.” Define the word novel using a definition of the base. Having the quality of being “new” Test Prep

15 Neo, nov—these bases mean _________ A novella is shorter than a novel but longer than a short story. Define the words novella and novel using definitions of the base. Test Prep

16 Neo, nov—these bases mean new A novella is shorter than a novel but longer than a short story. Define the words novella and novel using definitions of the base. Novella-a “small” version of a novel; a very short but complete fiction novel Novel-a “new” type of literature; a long, fictional story written in prose Test Prep

17 Neo, nov—these bases mean _________ As a lifelong resident of Naples, I am a proud Neapolitan; however, I am frustrated when people confuse my citizenship with a delicious mix of chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry ice cream, which is also called neapolitan. Define the word neapolitan using definition of the base. Test Prep

18 Neo, nov—these bases mean new As a lifelong resident of Naples, I am a proud Neapolitan; however, I am frustrated when people confuse my citizenship with a delicious mix of chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry ice cream, which is also called neapolitan. Define the word neapolitan using definition of the base. Related to the “new” “city” of Naples, Italy Test Prep

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