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  • Up against + put, place = hinder; resist; challengeUp against +harm=objectionable; offensive, extremely annoyingUp against +shout=strident ; noisy ; clamorousUp against + press= burdensome ; causing discomfort or miseryIn the way + build=blockage ; impedimentUp against , in the way +put, place=rival ; challengerUp against , in the way + stand= stubborn; unyieldingUp against + push , thrust=force upon others against their willUp against + way , road ,path= evident for all to seeUp against + bind , tie =a binding requirement or duty
  • ObligationObstructionObtrudeOppressiveObstreperousObviousOpponentsOpposeObstinateObnoxious
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  • Op(pressive)Ob(lique)Ob(stetrician)Ob(servant)Op(ponent)Oc(cult)OpponentObliqueOppressiveObservantOccultObstetrician
  • September 26 october 3

    1. 1. Word of the Day<br />@ <br />The Garden<br />September 26 – October 3, 2011 <br />
    2. 2. Latin Prefix<br />up against<br />in the way <br />& <br />completely<br />Ob-<br />and its other friend <br />Op-<br />September 26, 2011<br />
    3. 3. September 26, 2011<br />“Divide & Conquer”<br />Directions<br />Write the meaning of the prefixes and bases in the blanks. Write the meaning of the whole word in the last blank.<br />Obnoxious<br />Obstreperous<br />Obstruction<br />Obstinate<br />Obtrude<br />Obvious<br />Obligation<br />Oppose<br />Oppressive<br />Opponent<br />A<br />B<br />C<br />D<br />E<br />F<br />G<br />H<br />I<br />J<br />1.<br />2.<br />3.<br />4.<br />5.<br />6.<br />7.<br />8.<br />9.<br />
    4. 4. Latin Prefix<br />up against<br />in the way <br />& <br />completely<br />Ob-<br />and its other friend <br />Op-<br />September 27, 2011<br />
    5. 5. September 27, 2011<br />“Combine & Create”<br />Directions<br />Complete each of the <br />following sentences with <br />the ob- word that best fits <br />the context.<br />Obnoxious<br />Obstreperous<br />Obstruction<br />Obstinate<br />Obtrude<br />Obvious<br />Obligation<br />Oppose<br />Oppressive<br />Opponent<br />
    6. 6. Latin Prefix<br />up against<br />in the way <br />& <br />completely<br />Ob-<br />and its other friend <br />Op-<br />September 28, 2011<br />
    7. 7. September 28, 2011<br />“Read & Reason”Directions<br />Read the following passage, paying special attention to the words beginning with the prefix ob- and its assimilated forms. Then answer the questions.<br />Obnoxious<br />Obstreperous<br />Obstruction<br />Obstinate<br />Obtrude<br />Obvious<br />Obligation<br />Oppose<br />Oppressive<br />Opponent<br />
    8. 8. Latin Prefix<br />up against<br />in the way <br />& <br />completely<br />Ob-<br />and its other friend <br />Op-<br />September 30, 2011<br />
    9. 9. September 30, 2011<br />“Extend & Explore”<br />Directions<br />Write an informational piece using all of the words below. You may use them in any order, and you may also add suffixes to them. Draw <br />a picture about some aspect of it. <br />Opponents<br />Obvious<br />Obfuscate<br />Obdurate<br />Obnoxious<br />
    10. 10. Latin Prefix<br />up against<br />in the way <br />& <br />completely<br />Ob-<br />and its other friend <br />Op-<br />October 3, 2011<br />
    11. 11. October 3, 2011<br />“Go for the Gold”<br />Directions<br />Part A : Add the correct form of prefix ob- to produce the word that matches the definition.<br />Part B: Complete<br />each sentence with a word from the list.<br />

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