Greek and Latin Roots: Part I - Latin
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Greek and Latin Roots: Part I - Latin

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  • Greek and Latin Roots: Part I - Latin
  • Greek and Latin Roots for Science and the Social Sciences
    • PART I: LATIN
  • Contents
  • Preface to 5th Edition
    • Notes
  • Foreword
  • Chapter 1: Introduction
    • §1. The Fascination of Words
    • §2. What is Greek and Latin Roots (GRS 250)
    • §3. Why Latin and Greek?
    • §4. The Indo-European Family of Languages
      • Notes
    • §5. The Unique Nature of English
      • Notes
    • §6. Dictionary Practice
      • Notes
    • §7. Latin Pronunciation
      • Notes
  • Chapter 2: The Latin Noun (Declensions 1 & 2)
    • §8. Form and Meaning
      • Notes
    • §9. What is a Noun?
    • §10. Latin Nouns of the First Declension
      • Notes
    • §11. Interesting Words
      • Notes
    • §12. Latin Nouns of the Second Declension
    • §13. Interesting Words
    • §14. Patterns of Change in Form
      • Notes
    • §15. Patterns of Change in Meaning
    • §16. The Legacy of Latin: I. Old English
      • Notes
    • §17. Chapter 2: Exercises
  • Chapter 3: The Latin Noun (Declensions 3, 4, 5)
    • §18. Latin Nouns of the Third Declension
      • Notes
    • §19. Interesting Words
      • Notes
    • §20. Latin Nouns of the Fourth Declension
      • Notes
    • §21. Latin Nouns of the Fifth Declension
    • §22. Summary of the Five Latin Noun Declensions
    • §23. The Legacy of Latin: II. Middle English
      • Notes
    • §24. Chapter 3: Exercises
  • Chapter 4: Simple Latin Adjectives
    • §25. What is an Adjective?
    • §26. Latin Adjectives: 1st and 2nd Declension Type
      • Notes
    • §27. Latin Adjectives: 3rd Declension Type
    • §28. Interesting Words
    • §29. Comparative and Superlative Forms
    • §30. Latin Adverbs
    • §31. The Legacy of Latin: III. Modern English
      • Notes
    • §32. Chapter 4: Exercises
  • Chapter 5: Turning Latin Nouns into Adjectives
    • §33. The Process of Affixation
      • Notes
    • §34. Adjective-forming Suffixes in English
      • Notes
    • §35. The Latin suffix -ALIS (> E -al) / -ARIS (> E -ar or -ary)
      • Notes
    • §36. The Latin suffix -ILIS (> E -ile or -il)
    • §37. The Latin suffixes -ANUS (> E -an) and -INUS (> E -ine)
    • §38. The Latin suffix -ARIUS (> E -ary, -arium, -er)
      • Notes
    • §39. The Latin suffix -OSUS (> E -ous, -ose)
      • Notes
    • §40. The Latin suffix -LENTUS (> E -lent)
    • §41. Summary of Adjective-forming Suffixes
    • §42. Interesting words
      • Notes
    • §43. Word Analysis
    • §44. Chapter 5: Exercises
  • Chapter 6: Turning Latin Adjectives into Latin Nouns
    • §45. Noun-forming Suffixes in English
      • Notes
    • §46. The Latin suffix -ITAS (> E -ity); variant -ETAS (> E -ety)
      • Notes
    • §47. The Latin suffix -ITUDO (> E -itude)
    • §48. The Latin suffix -ITIA (> E -ice)
    • §49. Other Noun-forming Suffixes (-IA, -MONIUM)
      • Notes
    • §50. Interesting Words
      • Notes
    • §51. Chapter 6: Exercises
  • Chapter 7: Latin Diminutives
    • §52. What is a Diminutive?
      • Notes
    • §53. The Regular Latin Diminutive Suffixes -ULUS and -CULUS
      • Notes
    • §54. The Variant Latin Diminutive Suffixes -OLUS and -ELLUS
      • Notes
    • §55. Diminutive Adjective Derivatives in -ARIS
    • §56. Interesting Words
      • Notes
  • Chapter 8: Latin Prefixes
    • §57. An Introduction to Prefixes
      • Notes
    • §58. Prefixes Denoting Place
      • Notes
    • §59. A Summary of Latin Prefixes
      • Notes
    • §60. Interesting Words
      • Notes
  • Chapter 9: The Latin Verb System
    • §61. What is a Verb?
    • §62. The Two Keys to the Latin Verb
    • §63. Latin Verbs of the First Conjugation
      • Notes
    • §64. Latin Verbs of the Second Conjugation
    • §65. Latin Verbs of the Third Conjugation
      • Notes
    • §66. Latin Verbs of the Third I-STEM and Fourth Conjugations
      • Notes
    • §67. Interesting Words
      • Notes
  • Chapter 10: Turning Latin Verbs into Latin Nouns
    • §68. How Can Verbs Become Other Parts of Speech?
    • §69. The Perfect Participle as 2nd Declension Neuter Noun
      • Notes
    • §70. The Perfect Participle as 4th Declension Noun
      • Notes
    • §71. The Perfect Participle Base + suffix -IO as Abstract Noun
      • Notes
    • §72. The Perfect Participle Base + suffix -URA as Abstract Noun
      • Notes
    • §73. The Perfect Participle Base + suffix -OR as Agent Noun
    • §74. Other Noun-forming suffixes
      • Notes
    • §75. Chapter 10: Exercises
  • Chapter 11: Turning Latin Nouns into Latin Verbs
    • §76. What is a Denominative Verb?
      • Notes
    • §77. Denominative Verbs in -ARE, -ATUS, and their nouns in -AT -IO
    • §78. Interesting Words
      • Notes
    • §79. Turning Diminutive Nouns into Verbs
  • Chapter 12: Latin Present Participles and Gerundives
    • §80. How to Recognize a Present Participle (Latin -NT-)
    • §81. Participial Abstract Nouns in -NTIA (> E -nce or -ncy)
      • Notes
    • §82. English Derivatives from Latin Present Participles
      • Notes
    • §83. Interesting Words
      • Notes
    • §84. English Spelling Irregularities
    • §85. The Latin Gerundive: the -ND- form
      • Notes
    • §86. Chapter 12: Exercises
  • Chapter 13: Turning Latin Verbs into Latin Adjectives
    • §87. The Latin suffixes -BILIS (> E -ble) and -ILIS (> E -ile)
      • Notes
    • §88. Adjectives from the Present Base (-AX, -UUS, -ULUS, -IDUS)
      • Notes
    • §89. Adjectives from the Perfect Base (-ORIUS, -IVUS)
    • §90. Interesting Words
  • Chapter 14: Compound Words in Latin
    • §91. What is a Compound Word?
      • Notes
    • §92. General Principles of Latin Compounds
    • §93. Compounds Related to FACERE
      • Notes
    • §94. Other Verbal Compounds
    • §95. Interesting Words
      • Notes
    • §96. Chapter 14: Exercises
  • Appendices
    • I. Key to Exercises (Latin)
    • II. Summary of Vocabulary Tables (Latin)
      • Notes
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