My dear friends
There is one thing which always clicks in your mind after coming out of the examination hall i.e had you crossed the sectional cut-off of English language .Even for some it becomes a nightmare. My friends as much as possible we will try to eliminate this nightmare.
Here we are with our 2nd session hope this will help you with your English language preparation.
English language is made up of four parts
GREEK ROOTS, GERMAN ROOTS, FRENCH ROOTS, LATIN ROOTS
Now if you learn these roots you can figure out the meaning of hundreds of English language words without even knowing their exact meaning.
The first question arises here is what is a root?
A root is the part of the word which gives instructions to a word .Now how many parts is a word made of?
A word is made up of three parts. For ex- subtracted
Sub (prefix) ——–tract (root) ———-ed (suffix)
Note: PREFIX—a word, letter or number placed before another.
SUFFIX—a letter or a group of letters added to the end of a word to change its meaning.
Consider BEL or BELLI as a ROOT means WAR, FIGHT, RESISTANCE, OPPOSES
Now with the help of this one root you can come out with conclusion of several other English words. Such as,
BELLICISM—- The policy or practice of resorting to war even when it is not necessary and is avoidable.
BELLICIST—- Adherent of bellicism, advocate of war, one who is war-centred or war-oriented.
BELLICOSE—- having or showing a ready disposition to fight
BELLIGERENT—-hostile ready to fight
BELLICOSITY—- a natural disposition to fight
BELLIGERATI—- Literary people, authors — literati — who promote wars of aggression.
BELLIGERENCY—- fighting; acts of overt warfare
REBEL—-person who opposes and fights
REBELLIOUS—- resisting control or authority
REBELLER—- One who rebels or opposes
Synonyms —-Aggressive, Pugnacious, Combative, Insurrectionist, Insurgent.
Antonyms —-Affable, Amiable, Amicable.
ROOT —-AMI or AMO means LOVE, MORAL, EASY TO TALK TO
Now words we can guess of, such as
AMOR—- god of love
AMORET—- A love knot, love token, or love song.
AMORALLY—- without regard for morality
AMORETTE—- A petty love affair.
AMORIST—- one dedicated to love and lovemaking especially one who writes about love
AMORISTIC—- of or pertaining to romantic love
AMOROUS—- inclined toward or displaying love
AMITY—-friendly and peaceful relations
AMIABLE—-friendly, pleasant, lovable
AMIABLENESS—- a disposition to be friendly and approachable (easy to talk to)
AMOROUSNESS—- a feeling of love or fondness
Synonyms—-Friendly, Love, Attribute
✨ New Roots by knowledge Philic
💫 Learning roots, prefixes and suffixes helps you have the tools needed for decoding difficult words and breaking down unfamiliar words into segments that are easily understood.
📝 root : ann, annu, enni
👉 meaning : year
🏁 Examples :
🎾 CASE 3
👉 occurring once every year
👉 a record of events year by year
👉 a person who writes annals
👉 the date on which an event took place in a previous year
👉 for or in each year
🎾 CASE 4
👉 100th anniversary
👉 150th anniversary
👉 200th anniversary
👉 a period of 1000 years
🎾 Part 3
👉 happening twice each year
👉 happening once every two years
👉 happening once every four years
👉 happening again and again, or existing for a long time
🎾 CASE 5
👉 a fixed sum of money paid to someone each year, usually until they die
👉 outmode, retire (someone) with a pension
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I hope this session will help you with your English Language Preparation. We will come back soon with our next session.