©Damen, 2016

 

Lesson 3 (Latin) pp. 39-40

1. ab- off
JUR- swear
(verb)
to reject

2. ad- to
LEV- lighten
(verb)
to lessen

3. abs- away
TRUS- push
(adj.)
difficult to understand

4. circum- around
LOCUT- speak
(noun)
evasiveness of speech

5. ad- to
VENT- come
(noun)
arrival

6. de- thoroughly
LINE- line
(verb)
to describe in detail

7. contra- against
VEN- come
(verb)
to come into conflict with

8. ad- to, at
FIN- end, border
(noun)
a natural attraction

9. con- together
VEN- come
(verb)
to meet

10. ad- to
CESS- go
(noun)
the act of coming to

11. dis- off
VEST- garment
(verb)
to take off

12. ad- to
DUC- lead
(verb)
to offer a reason in support of an argument

13. ante- before
CED- go
(adj.)
previous

14. con- together
LUS- play, trick
(noun)
secret agreement for illegal purposes

15. de- negative
LUD- trick
(verb)
to fool

16. de- thoroughly
DUCT- lead
(adj.)
reached by reasoning

17. ad- to
NUL- nothing
(verb)
to make inoperative

18. con- very
DUC- lead
(adj.)
tending to promote

19. circum- around
VENT- come
(verb)
to defeat by trickery

20. de- against
PREC- beg
(verb)
to express disapproval of

 

Lesson 4 (Latin) pp. 44-46

1. con- together
GREG- flock
(noun)
group

2. ob- against
TRUD- push
(verb)
to thrust forward

3. per- wrongly
JUR- swear
(noun)
violation of oath

4. ob- against
LOQU- speak
(noun)
censure, ridicule

5. in- not
CESS- yield
(adj.)
unyielding

6. per- wrongly
VERS- turn
(adj.)
improper

7. in- not
per- completely
TURB- upset
(adj.)
not easily confused

8. a(d)- to
LIGN- line
(verb)
to line up

9. in- not
JUST- right
(noun)
unfairness

10. inter- between
CESS- go
(noun)
the act of coming between two parties to reconcile them

11. ex- out
PUNG- point
(verb)
to delete

12. in- against
PREC- pray
(noun)
curse

13. inter- between
LOCU- speak
(noun)
a female conversation partner

14. con- very
SECR- holy
(verb)
to make holy

15. in- not
per- through
VI- way
(noun)
inability to be penetrated

16. ex- out
SECR- holy
(verb)
to curse, detest

17. in- not
ad- to
VERT- turn
(adv.)
carelessly

18. inter- between
LINE- line
(noun)
material written between lines of print

19. in- not
SENS- feel
(adj.)
senseless, foolish

20. in- in
DUC- lead
(verb)
to bring on