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Classical Roots A_Lesson 13

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Section 1

Question Answer
CELERswift
ac=adto
CURROto run
JACEREto throw
disapart
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Section 2

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CURREREto run
disin different directions
CURSORISrunner
con=cumwith
JECIto throw
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Section 3

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CUCURRIto run
inin
prebefore
subunder
interbetween
JACTUMto throw
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Section 4

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JACIOto throw
abaway from
GLOMUSball
CURSUMto run
CURSORrunner
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Section 5

Question Answer
acceleratetr. and intr.v. to cause faster movement; to go faster
celerityn. Swiftness; quickness; speed
discoursen. conversation
succorn. Help in time of distress
abjectadj. Humiliating and miserable
conjecturetr. and intr.v. To conclude from insufficient evidence.
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Section 6

Question Answer
Heat caused the chemical reaction to ___.accelerate
Atlanta, outrunning all but one who challenged her in a footrace, is a mythological example of ___.celerity
Before the advent of movies and television, lively ___ was a popular amusement.discourse
The Red Cross, founded by Clara Barton in 1881, gives ___ to victims of flood, fire, and famine.succor
Slaves on their way to the Americas endured___conditions in crowded, diseas-ridden ships.abject
People have ___ for centuries about the fate of that lost civilization of Atlantis.conjectured
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Section 7

Question Answer
concurintr. v. To agree; to cooperate
incurtr.v. To meet with; to run into; to bring upon oneself.
discoursen. A formal discussion of a subject in speech or writing.
succortr.v. To render help to
abjectadj. contemptible
interjectionn. A word or phrase sometimes inserted between other words, often expressing emotion: a word not linked grammatically to other words in a sentence.
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Section 8

Question Answer
Conflicts arise when parents do not___on methods of child-rearing.concur
PUblished in 1543, Copernicus's ___on the orbit of the sun provided the basis for modern astronomy.discourse
The Greek hero Odysseus ___ the anger of the giant Polyphemus bu poking out his single eye with a burning stick.incur
to ___ her needy family, Jo March writes stories for magazines and even sells her hair in the novel Little Women.succor
Those who kills baby seals to sell their skins are ___ in the eyes of animal lovers.abject
"Oh!" and Ouch!" are ___.interjections
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Section 9

Question Answer
concurintr. v. to coincide; to happen simultaneously.
discourseintr. v. To talk; to discuss formally in speech or writing
precursorn. forerunner
conglomerationn. A collection of unrelated things.
conjecturen. An opinion formed from inconclusive evidence; a guess.
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Section 10

Question Answer
In Shakespeare's plays human violence often ___ with storms and earthquakes.concurs
Sometiems considered the most learned American woman of the nineteenth century, Margaret Fuller could ___with scholars onboth sides of the Atlantic.discourse
The___of American baseball is the English game of rounders.precursor
At the flea market we sifted through a ___ of tools, lamps, jewelry, and clothing.conglomeration
The number of galaxies in the universe is still a matter of ___.conjecture
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