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CLA201H1 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Participle, Kelvin, Neoplasm


Department
Classics
Course Code
CLA201H1
Professor
John Traill
Study Guide
Final

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Lecture Topic: Root Stem & Base
FIX - (from LAT figere, fixum = to fasten)
PREFIX e.g PRE-fix (LAT prae = in front of)
o Meaning of prefix can be:
Literal
Metaphorical
Intensive or perfective, sometimes little/no meaning see Text p. 67
Suffix, e.g. fix-ATE (action or fastening)
o Suf; assimilated form from sub = under
This is the prefix
Latin Prefixes
Ab/Ab/Abs = [away from] (a-, rarely abs-)
o e.g. AB-normal, AB-erration, A-version, ABS-tract
Ad = [toward]
o When Ad is followed by consonant the D changes into that consonant - this is called
assimilation
e.g . AD-siulatio → AS-simulation; AD-coodatio → AC-commodation
Ambi = [around, on both sides] - also amb-, ambo = both
o e.g. AMB-ition, AMB-iguous, AMB-ient, AMBI-dextrous
Ante = before
o e.g. a.m. = ANTE meridiem, before midday, ANTE-cedent
Antero- = [more before]
Bi- = [twice]
o e.g. BI-lateral (latus = side), BIN-ocular (oculus = eye)
Circum = [around]
o e.g. CIRUM-ference (ferre = carry), CIRUM-scribe (scribere = write)
Co- (L cum) = [with]
o e.g. CO-educational, COM-mercial, CO-ordinant, COR-rugated
Contra = [against] (counter-)
o e.g. Pros and CONs, CONTRA-ceptive (ceptive = to take], COUNTER-PRO-ductive
De = [down from]
o e.g. DE-cision, DE-mentia (mens = mind; down from the mind), DE-hydrate
Demi = [half]
o e.g. DEMI-god, HEMI-sphere (hemi is actually GK)
Dis- = [apart from]
o e.g. DIF-ferent, DIS-crete
Ex = [out of]
o e.g. EX-it, EX-port, EX-crete
Extra = beyond
o e.g. EXTRA-ordinary (beyond/ordinary/), EXTRA-sensory
In = [in, on]
o e.g. IN-flame, IM-PORT, IR-radiate
Infra = [below] e.g. INFRA-structure (below the structure)
Inter = [between] e.g. INTER-act, INTER-cede, INTER-change
Intra = [within] e.g. INTRA-mural, INTRA-venous - won't find much on tests
Intro- = [within] (also intus) e.g. INTRO-duction
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