words with photo root
Found 826 words containing photo. Browse our Scrabble Word Finder, Words With Friends cheat dictionary, and WordHub word solver to find words that contain photo. Or use our Unscramble word solver to find your best possible play! Related: Words that start with photo, Words that end in photo
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5. Photography : PHOTO graphy (fo tog’ ra fee) n.
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Let’s begin with the root vis, which means “see.” Your vision, of course, is your ability to “see.” A visual representation of something, like a picture, is something which you can “see.” Anything that is visible can be “seen,” whereas no one could ever “see” the Invisible Man! Imagine a teacher showing you an invisible visual—now that wouldn’t do much good!
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In contrast, a root is the basis of a new word, but it does not typically form a stand-alone word on its own. For example, the word reject is made up of the prefix re- and the Latin root ject, which is not a stand-alone word.
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Many kids don’t realize that the words they use every day rely heavily on root words from other languages. They have no clue that much of their online communication and text messaging carries traces of ancient Greek and Latin words. However, when students learn to identify these root words and their meanings, they not only better understand the origin of the words they use on a regular basis, but also learn to decode hundreds of English words that they may not otherwise understand.
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Morphemes, also referred to as word-part clues, are units of language that hold meaning, but cannot be broken down any further into smaller meaningful parts. Two basic types of morphemes exist: bound and free. Bound morphemes cannot stand alone and must be attached to other morphemes to form a word, acting as the building blocks of a word. Affixes (prefixes and suffixes) and Latin and Greek root words are bound morphemes. Free morphemes, on the other hand, can stand alone. Free morphemes include English root words, such as the root word “teach” in “teacher.” Two free morphemes can join to form a compound word, for example “dog” and “house” to form “doghouse.” Adequate practice of root word lists, including morphemes, can help students master the puzzles of word creation.
Many words in the English language possess a Greek or Latin root. Below is a list of commonly used Greek and Latin roots, their meanings, and words containing these roots.
to lead or a substance that stimulates secretion
Too, over, excessive, beyond
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