Weekly Log 1

 

Root w/definition Prefix w/definition Suffix w/definition
  1. voc, vok- voice; call
  2. dic, dict- say; speak; assert
  3. dica, dicat- proclaim; set apart
  4. duc, duct- lead
  5. loqu, locat- speak
  6. loc, locat- place
  7. garrul- chatter; talk
  8. equ- equal; fair

Lesson 2:

  1. son- sound
  2. verb- word
  3. lingu- language tongue
  4. langu- faint; weary
  5. ver- truth
  6. vor- cat
  7. vir- man
  8. virtu- strength; virtue
  1. ben, bon- good; well
  2. mal- bad; ill
  3. soli, sol- alone; only
  4. magn- great; large

Lesson 2:

  1. omni- all
  2. multi- many
  3. pauci- few
  4. long- long
  5. brev- short

 

  1. The man used his vocal cords to sing the song that put the baby to bed.
  2. The teacher wanted the students to predict the answer to the question because she wanted to teach them how to make an educated guess.
  3. Brittany wanted to dedicate her life to becoming a vet because she absolutely adores animals.
  4. He had to introduce his girlfriend to the family because they had never met before.
  5. The book was loquacious in that it possessed wordy content.
  6. Her location was unknown due to the fact she had no knowledge of what town she had driven to.
  7. The girl was extremely garrulous because she would not stop talking no matter who told her to quit.
  8. Everyone voted for equality so that each person would have both freedom and equal rights.
  9. When his uncle was in the hospital, his family said a benediction asking god to heal him.
  10. Her injuries from the car accident were severe but she was very fortunate they were not benign.
  11. The witch’s malediction turned the prince into a frog.
  12. The actor’s soliloquy revealed his master plan to the audience.
  13. His magniloquence during final arguments left the jury wanting him to speak in simpler terms.  
  14. Business owners are encouraged to promote equity in the workplace.
  15. The man’s acts of iniquity caused him to be sent to prison.

Lesson 2:

  1. The mother had supersonic speed, when her daughter was almost hit by a car, which cause her to be fast enough to push her out of the way.
  2. They did not sign a document but instead had a verbal agreement between each other.
  3. My dentist told me my teeth were lingual with my tongue.
  4. After school to relax I take a languid walk throughout a quite neighborhood.
  5. The teacher expressed doubts concerning the veracity of the story because she was almost certain the student had cheated.
  6. Brian had his refrigerator stocked with food because of the voracity of his nature.
  7. The doctor told the patient to get plenty of liquids and rest because he had a viral infection.
  8. As the judges watched the young girl sing beautifully they knew that one day she would be virtuoso  in the music industry.
  9. In the early days, people that lived off the land were omnivorous because they had to use every resource they could get.
  10. She was multi-lingual which helped her communicate with the locals of France, Spain, and Germany.
  11. I knew a paucity of information on bugs since I know fairly little about the subject.
  12. Everyday the diver had to elongate her muscles as a result of them always being tight.
  13. Because Bill is weak in his brevity, he never was chosen to give a speech.
  14. Her mother had trouble believing the verity of the story because it seemed as if it were in impossible.
  15. The speaker spoke with such verbose that by the end of the speech the audience was bored due to the wordy content.