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Lecture 3

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Department
Classics
Course
CLA201H5
Professor
Lisa Trentin
Semester
Summer

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Lecture 3 May-13-13 10:22 AM Compound Suffix - Combination of BASE and suffix ( the two elementsare treated together) - Ex: biology - BI/o/LOG/y - should always be subdivided into their constituent elements,with meanings given for each element and then also for the whole Noun-forming suffixes - Ex: the verb RUN - to make this a noun, add a suffix = RUNNER - Suffixes that are used to derive nouns from other words - most notably verbs - In other words, these suffixes tell us that the word is a noun! Greek BASES - There are 160 BASES you should be familiar with! - There are nearly 400 Greek BASES introduced in Ayers lessons 1-20 How to remember Greek Bases - Group according to OPPOSITES, SIMILARITIES (note possible confusion), BODY PARTS/
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