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Vocabulary Set 7 Vocabulary Set 7 Presentation Transcript

  • Vocabulary Set 7 Numbers 1-4 Numbers 5-10
  • mono, uni
  • mono, uni
  • mono, uni one
  • mono, uni one monotone
  • mono, uni one monotone unique
  • mono, uni one monotone unique unicycle
  • mono, uni one monologue monotone unique unicycle
  • monochrome Definition Example
  • monochrome Definition adjective Example
  • monochrome Definition adjective ~ one color Example
  • monochrome Definition adjective ~ one color Example The blue, monochrome painting was boring.
  • monochrome Definition adjective ~ one color Example The blue, monochrome painting was boring.
  • monopoly Definition Example
  • monopoly noun Definition Example
  • monopoly noun Definition ~ control by one person or one company Example
  • monopoly noun Definition ~ control by one person or one company Example Thomas Rich had a monopoly on all the real estate in the center of the city.
  • monopoly noun Definition ~ control by one person or one company Example Thomas Rich had a monopoly on all the real estate in the center of the city.
  • unicorn Definition Example
  • unicorn noun Definition Example
  • unicorn noun Definition ~a horse-like animal with one horn Example
  • unicorn noun Definition ~a horse-like animal with one horn Example The fairy tale featured a young princess and her pet unicorn.
  • unicorn noun Definition ~a horse-like animal with one horn Example The fairy tale featured a young princess and her pet unicorn.
  • unify Definition Example
  • unify verb Definition Example
  • unify verb Definition ~ to make one Example
  • unify verb Definition ~ to make one Example The king tried to unify all the small serfdoms into one strong kingdom.
  • unify verb Definition ~ to make one Example The king tried to unify all the small serfdoms into one strong kingdom.
  • bi, du
  • bi, du
  • bi, du two
  • bi, du two bifocal
  • bi, du two bifocal duet
  • bi, du two bifocal bicycle duet
  • bi, du two bifocal bicycle duel duet
  • duplex Definition Example
  • duplex noun Definition Example
  • duplex noun Definition ~ a house that has two separate units Example
  • duplex noun Definition ~ a house that has two separate units Example Jorge lived in once of the duplexes and his friend Bryan lived next door.
  • duplex noun Definition ~ a house that has two separate units Example Jorge lived in once of the duplexes and his friend Bryan lived next door.
  • biennial Definition Example
  • biennial adjective Definition Example
  • biennial adjective Definition ~ happening every two years Example
  • biennial adjective Definition ~ happening every two years Example The biennial celebration took place in even- numbered years.
  • biennial adjective Definition ~ happening every two years Example The biennial celebration took place in even- numbered years.
  • bilingual Definition Example
  • bilingual adjective Definition Example
  • bilingual adjective Definition ~ speaking two languages Example
  • bilingual adjective Definition ~ speaking two languages Example Many students at YISS are bilingual.
  • bilingual adjective Definition ~ speaking two languages Example Many students at YISS are bilingual.
  • tri
  • tri
  • tri three
  • tri three triangle
  • tri three triangle trident
  • trilogy Definition Example
  • trilogy noun Definition Example
  • trilogy noun Definition ~ a group of three plays or books with a common theme Example
  • trilogy noun Definition ~ a group of three plays or books with a common theme Example I have read all three books in the trilogy, but I like the first book the best.
  • trilogy noun Definition ~ a group of three plays or books with a common theme Example I have read all three books in the trilogy, but I like the first book the best.
  • triathlon Definition Example
  • triathlon noun Definition Example
  • triathlon noun Definition ~ an athletic contest usually involving swimming, running and biking Example
  • triathlon noun Definition ~ an athletic contest usually involving swimming, running and biking Example She completed in all three events in the triathlon in record time, winning the contest.
  • triathlon noun Definition ~ an athletic contest usually involving swimming, running and biking Example She completed in all three events in the triathlon in record time, winning the contest.
  • quad, quar
  • quad, quar
  • quad, quar four
  • quad, quar four quarter
  • quad, quar four quarter quadruplets
  • quadrangle Definition Example
  • quadrangle noun Definition Example
  • quadrangle noun Definition ~ a figure with four sides and angles Example
  • quadrangle noun Definition ~ a figure with four sides and angles Example Squares and rectangles are examples of quadrangles.
  • quadrangle noun Definition ~ a figure with four sides and angles Example Squares and rectangles are examples of quadrangles.
  • penta,quint
  • penta,quint
  • penta,quint five
  • penta,quint five quintet
  • penta,quint five pentagon quintet
  • quintuplet Definition Example
  • quintuplet Definition noun Example
  • quintuplet Definition noun ~ one of five offspring born at the same time Example
  • quintuplet Definition noun ~ one of five offspring born at the same time Example The babysitter found it confusing to remember the five quintuplets’ names.
  • quintuplet Definition noun ~ one of five offspring born at the same time Example The babysitter found it confusing to remember the five quintuplets’ names.
  • pentagram Definition Example
  • pentagram Definition noun Example
  • pentagram Definition noun ~ any figure made up of five lines Example
  • pentagram Definition noun ~ any figure made up of five lines Example The teacher drew a star-shaped pentagram on all the papers with perfect scores.
  • pentagram Definition noun ~ any figure made up of five lines Example The teacher drew a star-shaped pentagram on all the papers with perfect scores.
  • sex, hexa
  • sex, hexa
  • sex, hexa six
  • sex, hexa six sextuplet
  • sex, hexa six sextuplet hexagon
  • hexagon Definition Example
  • hexagon noun Definition Example
  • hexagon noun Definition ~ a figure with six sides Example
  • hexagon noun Definition ~ a figure with six sides Example The store’s sign was a hexagon with each of the six sides painted a different color.
  • hexagon noun Definition ~ a figure with six sides Example The store’s sign was a hexagon with each of the six sides painted a different color.
  • sextant Definition Example
  • sextant noun Definition Example
  • sextant noun Definition ~ a sixth of a circle; an instrument for measuring angles Example
  • sextant noun Definition ~ a sixth of a circle; an instrument for measuring angles Example Sailing ships used to always have a sextant on board to help determine their positions.
  • sextant noun Definition ~ a sixth of a circle; an instrument for measuring angles Example Sailing ships used to always have a sextant on board to help determine their positions.
  • sextant noun Definition ~ a sixth of a circle; an instrument for measuring angles Example Sailing ships used to always have a sextant on board to help determine their positions.
  • sept, septem
  • sept, septem
  • sept, septem seven
  • sept, septem seven September
  • septennial Definition Example
  • septennial noun Definition Example
  • septennial noun Definition ~ lasting seven years; happening every seven years Example
  • septennial noun Definition ~ lasting seven years; happening every seven years Example There are very few septennial reunions, as most are celebrated every five or ten years, not seven.
  • septennial noun Definition ~ lasting seven years; happening every seven years Example There are very few septennial reunions, as most are celebrated every five or ten years, not seven.
  • oct, octo
  • oct, octo
  • oct, octo eight
  • oct, octo eight octopus
  • oct, octo eight octopus October
  • octagon Definition Example
  • octagon noun Definition Example
  • octagon noun Definition ~ a figure with eight sides Example
  • octagon noun Definition ~ a figure with eight sides Example A stop sign is in the shape of an octagon.
  • octagon noun Definition ~ a figure with eight sides Example A stop sign is in the shape of an octagon.
  • octave Definition Example
  • octave noun Definition Example
  • octave noun Definition ~ a group of eight lines; eight notes; any group of eight Example
  • octave noun Definition ~ a group of eight lines; eight notes; any group of eight Example You play this melody on the piano, and I will play the same tune one octave higher.
  • octave noun Definition ~ a group of eight lines; eight notes; any group of eight Example You play this melody on the piano, and I will play the same tune one octave higher.
  • dec, deci, deca
  • dec, deci, deca
  • dec, deci, deca ten
  • dec, deci, deca ten decimal
  • dec, deci, deca ten decimal December
  • decade Definition Example
  • decade Definition noun Example
  • decade Definition noun ~ ten years Example
  • decade Definition noun ~ ten years Example There was a difference of exactly three decades between Robert’s age and his father’s age.
  • decade Definition noun ~ ten years Example There was a difference of exactly three decades between Robert’s age and his father’s age.
  • decathlon Definition Example
  • decathlon noun Definition Example
  • decathlon noun Definition ~ a contest with ten different events Example
  • decathlon noun Definition ~ a contest with ten different events Example It takes great skill and stamina to take part in a decathlon.
  • decathlon noun Definition ~ a contest with ten different events Example It takes great skill and stamina to take part in a decathlon.
  • decimeter Definition Example
  • decimeter noun Definition Example
  • decimeter noun Definition ~ one tenth of a meter Example
  • decimeter noun Definition ~ one tenth of a meter Example Using a meter stick, he measured the width of the paper and found it was two decimeters.
  • decimeter noun Definition ~ one tenth of a meter Example Using a meter stick, he measured the width of the paper and found it was two decimeters.