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Department
Classics
Course
CLA201H5
Professor
Lisa Trentin
Semester
Summer

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Lecture 2May08131007 AMWord ElementsComplicated scientific terms can be divided into 3 types of elements or component partsPREFIXES BASES SUFFIXESThese elements can appear in single or multiple combinations in any one wordWhen two or more bases are combined a connecting vowel ofter but not always appearsIdentify the base firstGreek PrefixesThere are 24 prefixes in totalSince there are only 24 prefixes it is likely that these are going to turn up many more times than BASESMemorize them thoroughly and note possible confusionsGreek BasesVery often two or more bases are combined within the same wordEx GEoLOGyThere are 80 BASES you should now memorizeThere are 400 Greek BASESMultiple BASESWhen two or more bases are combined a connecting vowel often but not always appearsEx Thermodynamicsa THERMoDYNAMicsb THERMheatlesson 2ocombining vowel DYNAMpowerlesson
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