9/11 - The Rising - Weebly

9/11 - The Rising - Weebly

Vocabulary Book II Unit 3 Vocabulary Objectives 1. 2. You will be able to: Match word to definition

Use the word in a sentence Take Out Binder with Paper Remember to use Cornell Note-taking method.

Vocabulary Words Write down the words and definitions in your notebooks. Word in column in left and definition in column on right.

Write down word used in a phrase or sentence. Write down roots. Root CEPT, CIP, ClEVE Latin CAPERE, CAPTUM, "to take, seize"

INTERCEPT INTERCEPT v. To catch or block

L. Inter, Between,-+-Captum= take between Using sensitive radio equipment, the men at Army Headquarters were able to intercept enemy signals broadcast from many miles

away. syn: cut off ant: release

PARTICIPANT PARTICIPANT n. One who takes part in L. partis, "part," + capere = take part

My great-grandmother told us many stories about the days when she was a participant in the movement for women's rights. ant:

spectator CONCEIVE CONCEIVE v.

To come up with, imagine L. Con, "strongly" + capere = to strongly take Terry conceived of the film as a modern-day version of the classic novel Don Quixote.

DECEPTIVE DECEPTIVE adj. Intending to mislead or trick

L. de, "away," + captum = talu away Jimmy talks with a deceptive calm that hides his true violent tendencies. syn:

false ant: genuine EXCEPTIONAL EXCEPTIONAL adj.

Standing out from others L. ex, "out of," + captum = take out of Keith turned his exceptional gift for fixing

things into a profitable repair business. syn: unique ant: ordinary, common ANTICIPATE

ANTICIPATE v. To expect beforehand L. anti, "before," + capere = take before Because

we anticipated a drop in sales during the winter months, we tightened our budget for the month of December. syn: await

ROOT HAB, HIB Latin HABERE, HABITUM, "to have, hold" HABITARE, HABITATUM, "to have a home, to dwell"

COHABITATION COHABITATION n. Living together; coexistence

L. co, "together," + habitare = dwelling together The cohabitation of coyotes and sheep ranchers is possible, but it requires some compromises. EXHIBlT

EXHIBlT v. To show; to display L. ex, "out," +habitum = to holdout

When the children began to exhibit signs of restlessness, their babysitter took them for a walk. syn:

demonstrate ant: conceal ROOT Latin DARE, DATUM, "to give"

EDITORIAL EDITORIAL adj. A

Expressing opinions or bias L. e, "out of," + datum = given out, published stern look from my father was enough to silence any editorial comments.

NONTRADITIONAL NONTRADITIONAL adj. Going against the accepted pattern or style

L. non, "not," + trans, "across," + datum = not given across (time) Bert favored nontraditional cooking methods that would have shocked his grandparents.

HOMEWORK 3X EACH + DEFINITIONS AND ORIGINAL SENTENCES

OR FLASHCARDS SENTENCES WITH ORIGINAL

ROOT DON Latin DONARE, DONATUM, "to give" DONUM, "gift" DONOR

DONOR n. One who gives something The bandleader offered a special thanks to the donor of the brand-new drum set.

syn: contributor CONDONE CONDONE v,

To support; to give approval to con, "strongly," + donum = give While Mr. Spencer did not punish his boys for

their prank, neither did he condone their behavior. syn: allow ant: .restrict HOMEWORK 3X

EACH + DEFINITIONS AND ORIGINAL SENTENCES OR FLASHCARDS

SENTENCES WITH ORIGINAL Closing Anticipate condone

editorial intercept cohabitation deceptive exceptional nontraditional

conceive donor exhibit participant

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