words with the root chron

words with the root chron, Language Skills Abroad
Well, to keep ‘in sync,’ or synchronized with the ‘time’ restraints for this podcast and blog, I’ll leave you in a ’time’ly fashion, lest Chronos swing his sickle and cut off my ‘time’ for me!
The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis is a very popular series that you’ve probably read or watched. A chronicle is a record of historical events that happen over ‘time.’ Chronicles are kept in chronological order, that is, arranging events in the correct ‘time’ sequence in which they occurred.

The science of recording events by period and by date
Another name for a chronologist

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words with the root chron, Language Skills Abroad
The word root ‘chron’ means time, and it came from the Greek word khronos ‘time’. Thus, all words with this word root revolve around time.
Here is an example sentence:
As a chronic romantic, he felt being an anachronism in the modern world.
In this case, the word root ‘chron’ and suffix ‘ic’ (that is usually used for forming adjectives) are taken.

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The following table gives a list of Greek prefixes and their basic meanings.
The following table lists some common Greek roots, rrefixes, and suffixes.

words with the root chron, Language Skills Abroad
One method of understanding the meanings of new words is to analyze the different parts of the word and the meanings of those parts. Many new words are formed by adding an affix to the beginning or end of a Latin or Greek root or root word. When affixes are added to the beginning of roots or root words, they are called prefixes For example, the most common prefix is un-, which meant not oropposite of. If you add un- to the word happy, the new word becomes unhappy, which means not happy. When affixes are added to the end of roots or root words, they are called suffixes. The most common suffixes are -s and -es, which mean more than one (or the plural) of the word. Adding -es to wish, changes the meaning o the word to more than one wish.
Download a copy of the Common Prefixes chart shown below.

Of a problem, that continues over an extended period of time.
A chroneme is a basic, theoretical unit of sound that can distinguish words by duration only of a vowel or consonant.

Resources:

http://www.english-for-students.com/chron.html
http://www.learnthat.org/word_lists/view/13539
http://wordpandit.com/word-root-chron/
http://www.niftyword.com/prefix-suffix-derived/chron/
http://www.infoplease.com/arts-entertainment/latin-and-greek-word-elements/its-all-greek
http://www.readingrockets.org/article/root-words-roots-and-affixes
http://lotsofwords.com/chron*
http://membean.com/wrotds/chron-time