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Publisher's Summary

You will find in this book frequent English words that share the same root. Therefore, you will find it is very easy to relate different English words to the common root and remember its meaning. 

Example: Port is a Latin root, and it means “to move” or “to carry”. The English words that include this root are: transport, portable, teleportation, deport, export, rapport, support, portfolio, import, important, porter, report. All these words include the meaning of carry or move.

You can add thousands of words in English by learning just the 100 most used Greek and Latin roots.

Learning word roots from Latin and Greek helps you understand the origins of English grammar and spelling. So, by learning these, the forms and patterns of English will become clearer to you. 

By studying roots, you’re opening your brain up to understand many other languages, not just English.

In this book, you'll find a great guide to English root words and how to use them. 

Download this book and start learning and understanding more English than ever!
 

©2018 UNITEXTO (P)2018 UNITEXTO

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Before I finished the letter A the tremendous value of this book became clear. It’s totally awesome. I recommend it for all age groups but it should be a must for students as early as possible. Parents should have the audio for their young children
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A Very Practical resource book on vocabulary building through etymology

A Very Practical resource book on vocabulary building through etymology.
It is clear and practical. As a polyglot and interpreter/ translator dealing with seven European languages, I attest to the accuracy of the words.
I should advise that more words be included.

It may also be more handy if vocabulary could be classified into say, medical, academic, athletics, economics games, politics, religious, and other groups groups.
Bravo for a good effort!

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Logical way to improve any vocabulary!

The approach uses a logical system for improving word power in order to learn English or any language.
Three suggestions:
1. Spell out each Latin and Greek root word,
2. Review root words from more frequently to less commonly used words in order to build from the more familiar to the ever more complex learning processes,
3. Add Superlearning or other empirically proven musical accompaniment that enhances learning (quietly in the background)

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more please

it was a very good listen but far too short . Please make more. the whole English dictionary if poss.

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