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    PL lesson 8

    We need some help coming up with derivatives not already listed in the lesson for the last part on page 45! Thanks! (We got quite a few for the first one, but stuck after that!)
    Christine

    (2018-2019)
    DD1 8/23/09 - SC4
    DS2 9/1/11 - SC2
    DD3 2/9/13 - MPK

    Previous Years
    DD 1 (MPK, SC2 (with AAR), SC3)
    DS2 (SCB, SCC, MPK)
    DD3 (SCA, SCB, Jr. K workbooks, soaking up from the others!)

    #2
    Re: PL lesson 8

    Away from my books. Which words were they?

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      #3
      Re: PL lesson 8

      Originally posted by enbateau View Post
      Away from my books. Which words were they?
      Herba (we have that one covered)

      Injuria (injury already listed in book)
      Femina (female and feminine already in book)
      Nauta (nautical and navy already in book)
      Fortuna (fortune and fortunate already in book)
      Christine

      (2018-2019)
      DD1 8/23/09 - SC4
      DS2 9/1/11 - SC2
      DD3 2/9/13 - MPK

      Previous Years
      DD 1 (MPK, SC2 (with AAR), SC3)
      DS2 (SCB, SCC, MPK)
      DD3 (SCA, SCB, Jr. K workbooks, soaking up from the others!)

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        #4
        Re: PL lesson 8

        injurious
        effeminate, femme fatale... or just femme
        nautilus, circumnavigate

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          #5
          Re: PL lesson 8

          Good morning,

          To clarify, students can list derivatives for any of the Latin vocabulary words they have learned so far, not just the five new words in this lesson.

          HTH!
          Michael
          Memoria Press

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            #6
            Re: PL lesson 8

            And ...

            Derivative lessons can be a good time to talk briefly about prefixes/suffixes:

            fortunately, unfortunately

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              #7
              Re: PL lesson 8

              Originally posted by Michael View Post
              Good morning,

              To clarify, students can list derivatives for any of the Latin vocabulary words they have learned so far, not just the five new words in this lesson.

              HTH!
              Ok, I definitely missed that! We can work with all the other words more easily! Thank you for that clarification!

              *edited to add that I just told my daughter this and she says “I was trying to tell you that!!l. *facepalm*
              Christine

              (2018-2019)
              DD1 8/23/09 - SC4
              DS2 9/1/11 - SC2
              DD3 2/9/13 - MPK

              Previous Years
              DD 1 (MPK, SC2 (with AAR), SC3)
              DS2 (SCB, SCC, MPK)
              DD3 (SCA, SCB, Jr. K workbooks, soaking up from the others!)

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                Re: PL lesson 8

                Originally posted by howiecram View Post
                Ok, I definitely missed that! We can work with all the other words more easily! Thank you for that clarification!

                *edited to add that I just told my daughter this and she says “I was trying to tell you that!!l. *facepalm*
                ☺ Michael to the rescue!

                Also, some Latin words will have very few English derivatives that a young child will know. Feel free to slip by those. Focus instead on the other Latin words that give us many English words the child will (or should) know.

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