BELLRINGER LATIN ROOTS Monday, May 14 Latin Roots 1. cred or credit- to believe or trust 2. flect or flex- to bend 3. funct- to perform 4. fract or frag- to break 5. grat or grac- pleasing or thankful Tuesday, May 15 6. later- side 7. loc or locat- a place or to place 8. var- different 9. dent- teeth or tooth 10. nat or natal- birth Tuesday, May 15 Circle the Latin root used in each of the following words. fraction, fragment, fracture 2. gracious, grateful, gratuity 3. reflection, deflect, reflex 1. Tuesday’s Definitions Circle the Latin root used in each of the following words and write what meaning the words share. prenatal, natural, innate relocate, location, dislocate bilateral, unilateral – dentures, dentist, trident variety, vary, variable- Wednesday, May 16 Circle the Latin root used in each of the following words. 1. credentials, credit, credible 2. dysfunctional, function, malfunction3. fragile, fractious, refraction- Thursday, May 17 Rewrite the sentences using the Latin roots correctly. 1. Spring Fling was in______ibly fun. 2. I turned in my book report early, because I wanted to earn full _________it for my work. 3. In math class we turn _______ions into decimals. Friday, May 18th After re________ing on the school year, I realize that I have matured a lot! The winners of the student council elections ________iously thanked their supporters. After locker clean out, my locker combination will no longer ________tion. Tuesday Definitions I had to isolate the ______iable (x) to solve the equation. The girl did a _________al flip so that she was spinning through the air.