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  • The Fill-in-the Blank puzzle is 1 of 8 vocabulary activities and word puzzles using Greek and Latin word roots with the same grade level words.
  • Use the word list to choose the correct word in context. Email your answers to friends, family and teachers.
  • For subject and calendar topics, refer to the Word List in the header to see the complete vocabulary word list for this topic.
  • Common Core alignment to a Fill-in-the-Blank puzzle is to the key phrase "Context".
    CCSS Alignment Strand Numbers for Specific Grades:
    Context: "CCSS.ELA-Literacy." precedes these numbers: 2.4a, 3.4a, 4.4a, 5.4a, 6.4a, 7.4a, 8.4a, 9-10.4a, 11-12.4a
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    1) Word Root DICT Fill-in-the-Blanks #1 -- myVocabulary.com

    Directions:
    To solve the Word Root DICT word puzzle, put a single answer in each fill-in-the-blanks. The correct vocabulary answers are in the word list.
    When you hit "Submit", you will get back the correct answers and the percentage score of correct answers from a Word Root DICT fill-in-the-blanks word puzzle.
    Clue:
    The Word Root DICT word list includes 12 correct answers. In addition to this Word Root Fill-in-the-blanks, www.myVocabulary.com also features a free Interactive Word Puzzle, Word Search, an audio story, Crossword and Definition Match activity.
    You have permission to make a hard copy for Word Root fill-in-the-blanks at home or in classes.
    Vocabulary Word List:
    In this list of 16 vocabulary words using the Latin root DICT, find the 12 words that are the correct answers for the interactive puzzles: abdicate, addicted, contradiction, dedicate, dedication, dictatorial, dictatorship, dictionary, edict, indicate, indictment, jurisdiction, predicament, predicate, prediction, verdict

    The additional word list below, using the Latin root DICT, can be used for studying SAT and ACT test prep vocabulary words: addiction, adjudicate, benediction, condition, contradict, dictation, dictatorial, diction, dictum, ditto, indication, indices, indicative, indictable, interdict, judicial, judicious, malediction, predicament, predict, prejudicial, valedictorian, valediction, vindicate, vindication, vindictive

    Word Root DICT Fill-in-the-Blanks #1 -- myVocabulary.com

    1)  The of the business school in the name of the alumnus was a tremendous tribute to an extraordinary man.
    2)  Students plan to a plaque in honor of a loyal teacher who is retiring after 25 years of teaching French classes!
    3)  After studying various charts, the forecaster could make a relatively certain about the weather for the weekend festivities.
    4)  Claire demonstrated such a attitude as a manager that someone else quickly replaced her in that position.
    5)  His boss told Kurt that a financially successful quarter will the size of his bonus.
    6)  The consequences of a are disastrous for the innocent people living under an overbearing regime.
    7)  The Notary Public will two blank spaces on a document where Carla needs to sign her name.
    8)  Did you remember that Edward VIII made a decision to his claim to the British throne?
    9)  The king proclaimed an permitting weary travelers to seek refuge in a local stable.
    10)  Charlie needed to use the on his bookshelf to learn the meaning of a confusing word.
    11)  The United States and its allies have had temporary military in Baghdad, Iraq and other cities that noe enjoy more freedom.
    12)  The journalist wrote several scathing articles praising the of the three thugs who destroyed properties.

    2) Root-A-Week Fill-in-the-Blanks: DICT #2 -- myVocabulary.com

    Directions:
    To solve the Latin root DICT vocabulary word puzzle put your answers INSIDE the boxes. The Latin root DICT means say, tell.

    You will get back the correct answers by clicking submit at the bottom of the page, the use of the vocabulary word with the Latin root DICT in a fill-in-the-blanks word puzzle and the percentage score of correct answers.
    Clue:
    Use the vocabulary word list with the Latin root DICT to solve the fill-in-the-blanks word puzzle. You have permission to make a hard copy for further Latin vocabulary study at home or in classes.
    Vocabulary Word List:
    In this list of 16 vocabulary words using the Latin root DICT, find the 12 words that are the correct answers for the interactive puzzles: abdicate, addicted, contradiction, dedicate, dedication, dictatorial, dictatorship, dictionary, edict, indicate, indictment, jurisdiction, predicament, predicate, prediction, verdict

    The additional word list below, using the Latin root DICT, can be used for studying SAT and ACT test prep vocabulary words: addiction, adjudicate, benediction, condition, contradict, dictation, dictatorial, diction, dictum, ditto, indication, indices, indicative, indictable, interdict, judicial, judicious, malediction, predicament, predict, prejudicial, valedictorian, valediction, vindicate, vindication, vindictive

    Root-A-Week Fill-in-the-Blanks: DICT #2 -- myVocabulary.com

    1)  Cory will no longer tolerate the behavior or actions of her agent and plans to fire him.
    2)  Harriet Johnson, a trainer, will exercises so that her patient can regain a nice range of motion in her knee.
    3)  Students admire the academic Professor Sorells continues to show in her classes.
    4)  Yosemite is an example of a national park that is serviced under the of the federal government.
    5)  The city commissioner just issued an declaring that fireworks will be permitted every July 4 in the local park.
    6)  Due to his failing health, King Simon decided to and would name his son, James, as his successor.
    7)  A local bridge club plans to a plaque in memory of a beloved teacher.
    8)  Women, in particular, fared very poorly under the of the vicious ruler who terrorized most citizens.
    9)  The forecaster made a from sophisticated data that a major storm would occur by morning.
    10)  Few citizens were surprised when the judge rendered an of guilty against the defendant.
    11)  Tom has a design that is on an assumption that might not be accurate. (past tense)
    12)  Sally opened the to search for an unfamiliar word, its definition and use in a sentence.