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Greek and Latin Roots in Everyday Life - Free Educational videos for Students in k-12


Greek and Latin Roots in Everyday Life - By LearningUpgrade



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00:0-1 welcome to Greek and Latin roots in everyday life ,
00:03 an introduction lesson to Greek and Latin roots . A
00:06 route is a base of the word that gives it
00:09 meaning . Many English words were created using routes from
00:13 the Greek and Latin languages . Greek has spoken in
00:15 the country . Greece , while Latin , was used
00:18 in ancient Rome . Try is a Greek and Latin
00:21 root , meaning three . You can find the root
00:23 try in the word tripod . Notice the three legs
00:27 of the tripod . Hi door is the Greek root
00:30 , meaning water . You can discover the route hide
00:33 or , in the word hydrate . Many athletes drink
00:36 water to hydrate their bodies . Telephone is made up
00:39 of two Greek roots . Tele and phone tell a
00:43 means at a distance . While phone means sound or
00:46 voice , the two routes put together would mean a
00:50 voice at a distance , just like talking on a
00:52 telephone . Your voices carried over a great distance to
00:56 the person who you are converse ing with Cortes is
00:59 a Latin root , meaning fourth or four . You
01:02 can find the root Cortes in the English word quarter
01:06 . It takes four quarters to equal $1 . Photosynthesis
01:12 is the process of plants absorbing light in order to
01:15 grow . Photosynthesis uses the Greek root photo , which
01:19 means light anise is the Latin root meaning year .
01:24 You can find the root anise in the English work
01:27 annual , such as an annual or yearly calendar .
01:32 Centam is Latin 400 . Notice how the words centimeter
01:36 contains the roots . Centam . There are 100 centimeters
01:40 in a meter . The Greek root thermos translates to
01:45 heat . Thermostat can be found in the word thermometer
01:49 . You use a thermometer to measure your temperature ,
01:52 which is your body . Heat by is Latin for
01:56 two . You can find the root by at the
01:59 beginning of the word binoculars . Binoculars used to lenses
02:04 to see objects that are far away . Lastly ,
02:07 we have the word duel . It comes from the
02:10 Greek and Latin root duo , meaning Tua's well .
02:15 A duel takes place against two opposing sides , like
02:19 these ponds in a chess game . Notice how all
02:22 these Greek and Latin roots were contained in words we
02:25 encountered every day ? Can you think of other words
02:28 containing these routes ?
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DESCRIPTION:

It is absolutely amazing that the English language is really made from other languages! The Greeks and Romans were two of the main contributors to our language. Therefore, many of our words are based on their language. This video will take you through several root words, prefixes, and suffixes.

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Greek and Latin Roots in Everyday Life is a free educational video by LearningUpgrade.It helps students in grades 4 practice the following standards L.4.4.b.

This page not only allows students and teachers view Greek and Latin Roots in Everyday Life but also find engaging Sample Questions, Apps, Pins, Worksheets, Books related to the following topics.


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STANDARDS:

L.4.4.b

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