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Latin Root-A-Week ==> MISS MITT #1

There are at least 72 key Latin roots. Use these words containing the Latin root in your weekly conversations and written assignments. The Latin root MISS or MITT means "send." Three MISS MITT root activities are listed below. Visit the Root Word Lesson Plans for 21 roots from the header above.

Word List: A list of 23 vocabulary words using the Latin root MISS, MITT: The root MISS = commission, compromise, dismissal, emission, inadmissible, intermission, messenger, mission, missionary, missile, omission, permissible, promise, submission: MITT = admit, admittance, admittedly, commitment, committee, emit, permitted, remittance, transmit
A word list using the Latin root MISS, MITT for SAT and ACT vocabulary words: MISS = comMISSar, deMISe, eMISSary, MISSive, preMISe, reMISS, surMISe: MITT = interMITTent, noncomMITTal

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List of MISS MITT #1 Root Word Lesson Plans
1) Word Roots 1: Dict-Vent-Duct
2) Word Roots 2: Fin-Sed-Fer
3) Word Roots 3: Cern,Cert-Jur-Leg
4) Word Roots 4: Grad-Mot-Cad
5) Word Roots 5: Nat-Tract-Sequ
6) Word Roots 6: Plic-Fac-Cogn
7) Word Roots 7: Spect-Sta-Vert
8) Word Roots 8: Sent-Grat-Pon
9) Word Roots 9: Clud-Dit-Fid
10) Word Roots 10: Ject-Pend-Lect
11) Word Roots 11: Ced-Cept-Cur
12) Word Roots 12: Gen-Pul-Spir