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English vocabulary: The Latin word root 'mittere'

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The word root 'MIT' and MISS come from the Latin MITTERE which means 'to send' or 'to let go'. Video is available on the Learn English Spelling website with additional exercises.

The word root 'MIT' and MISS come from the Latin MITTERE which means 'to send' or 'to let go'. Video is available on the Learn English Spelling website with additional exercises.

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