Intracellular within individual cells (Lain cella, “storeroom,” “chamber”) Intramural within an institution, especially a school (Latin murus, “a wall”) Intrapersonal within the individual mind or self (Latin persona, “mask”) Intrastate within the boundaries of a state (Latin status, “condition, position”) Intravenous within a vein, such as an injection given into a vein (Latin vena, “vein”) Introductory serving to inform of something for the first time (Latin, ducere, “to lead”) Introspection the examination of one’s own thoughts and feelings (Latin specere, “to look”) Introvert a person interested chiefly in his or her own thoughts and feelings (Latin vertere, “to turn”) Name: _________________________________________________ Period:________ Due Date: _______________ Part A: Fill in each blank with a word from the prefix word list. Pay attention to the part of speech and think about sentence meaning. You must write neatly. 1) Very small children are typically _________________ (s) because they don’t give much thought to how other people are feeling. 2) Hospital emergency rooms are equipped to give ______________ transfusions. 3) A diary or a journal can be an aid to __________________. 4) The junior and senior classes played an __________________ volleyball game. 5) The ice cream shop was giving out __________________ samples of its new flavor. Part B: Choose the correct prefix –intra or inter – and add it to the word on the line. 1) All the commuter airline’s routes are in California; it is an __________ state airline. 2) Highway 80 goes from the East Coast to the West Coast; it is an _____________ state highway. 3) You can’t take this bus to the suburbs; it is an _____________ bus. 4) To visit her grandparents, Felicia took an ______________ bus from Dallas to El Paso. 5) There was a practice game between the varsity and the junior varsity football teams; it was an _____________ mural event. 6) Dozens of universities sent teams to the annual _________________ collegiate gymnastics competition. Part C: Match the prefix with its definition. 1) ___ Bio 2) ___ Inter 3) ___ Ab 4) ___ Chron 5) ___ Em 6) ___ Epi 7) ___ Ad 8) ___ Ante 9) ___ Im 10) ___ Anthro a. Earlier b. Over c. On d. Human e. Life f. Between g. Toward h. Time j. Into k. Away from Part D: Plan an Intrastate road trip with your friends. What places would you visit and why? Answer on a separate sheet of paper.