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CLA201 Lesson 1 - Introduction to Greek Bases and Prefixes.pdf

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Department
Classics
Course
CLA201H5
Professor
Lisa Trentin
Semester
Summer

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Lesson 1 - Introduction to Greek Bases and Prefixes April-28-13 9:04 PM Words can be divided into elementsof 3 types: 1. Bases (roots/ stems) 2. Prefixes 3. Suffixes Prefix: 1. a- (an-): not, without 2. amphi-, ampho- : both, on both sides of, around 3. ana-(an-): up, back, again 4. anti-(ant-): against, opposite 5. apo-(ap-): from, off, away 6. cata-(cat-): down, against, according to, very 7. dia-(di-): through, across, between Base: 1. ALG-: pain (-algesia: sense of pain) 2. ARTHR-: joint, speech sound, articulation 3. BI-: life 4. BALL-, BOL-, -BLE: to throw, to put 5. BRADY-: slow 6. CRYPT-: hidden 7. DROM-: running, course 8. GE-: earth 9. HOD-, OD-: r
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