•  Unit 1:

    1. a-, an- (not, without) Latin

    2. acro (high) Greek

    3. aer (air) Greek

    4. amphi (both) Greek

    5. anim (mind) Latin

    6. anthropo (man) Greek

    7. apo (away, up) Greek

    8. aqua (water) Latin

    9. aqua (water) Greek

    10. atom (vapor) Greek

     

    Unit 2:

    1. audi (hear) Latin

    2. biblio (book) Greek

    3. brev (short) Latin

    4. cap (take) Latin

    5. capit (head) Latin

    6. carn (flesh) Latin

    7. chlor (green)  Greek

    8. chrom (color) Greek

    9. cide (kill, killing) Latin

    10. circum (around) Latin

     

    Unit 3:

    1. clam (cry out) Latin

    2. cle (small) Latin

    3. contra (against) Latin

    4. corp (body) Latin

    5. cosmo (world, universe) Greek

    6. counter (against) Latin

    7. cred (believe) Latin

    8. cumu (heap) Latin

    9. curs (run) Latin

    10. cyan (blue) Greek

     

    Unit 4:

    1. cyclo (circle) Greek

    2. demi (half) Latin

    3. dextro (right, clockwise) Latin

    4. di (two) Latin

    5. dia (across) Greek

    6. dicho (in two parts Greek)

    7. diplo (double) Greek

    8. dom (rule) Latin

    9. dyna (power) Greek

    10.dys (bad) Greek

     

    Unit 5:

    1. equi (equal) Latin

    2. ex (out) Latin

    3. fer (carry) Latin

    4. fic (make) Latin

    5. fil (thread) Latin

    6. flect (bend) Latin

    7. fort (strong) Latin

    8. fract (break) Latin

    9. fus (pour) Latin

    10. grav (heavy) Latin

     

    Unit 6:

    1. gress (step) Latin

    2. haplo (single, simple) Greek

    3. helio (sun) Greek

    4. hemi (half) Greek

    5. hippo (horse) Greek

    6. hyper (over) Greek

    7. hypo (under) Greek

    8. ician (specialist) Latin

    9. ideo (idea) Greek

    10. ine (nature of) Greek

     

    Unit 7:

    1. infra (beneath) Latin

    2.  labor (work) Latin

    3.  leg (read) Latin

    4. lingo (tongue) Latin

    5. loco (place) Latin

    6. loqu (talk) Latin

    7. lum (light) Latin

    8. macro (large) Greek

    9. matri (mother) Latin

    10.mega (large) Greek

     

     Unit 8:

    1. meso (middle) Greek

    2. meteor (high) Greek

    3. mir (wonder) Latin

    4. mono (one) Greek

    5. mony (condition) Latin

    6. mort (death) Latin

    7. nat (born) Latin

    8. nav (ship) Latin

    9. neo (new) Greek

    10. nov (new) Latin

     

    Unit 9:

    1. numer (number) Latin

    2. nym (name) Greek

    3. omni (all) Latin

    4. opia (sight) Greek

    5. orb (circle) Latin

    6. ornith (bird) Greek

    7. ortho (straight) Greek

    8. pac (peace) Latin

    9. pan (all, every) Greek

    10. phil (love) Greek

     

    Unit 10:

    1. phos (light) Greek

    2. phyll (leaf) Greek

    3. phylo (kind) Greek

    4. phyt (plant) Greek

    5. plasto (molded) Greek

    6. platy (flat) Greek

    7. polis (city) Greek

    8. pond (weight) Latin

    9. pop (people) Latin

    10. potent (power) Latin

     

    Unit 11:

    1. prim (first) Latin

    2. proto (first) Greek

    3. radi (ray) Latin

    4. reg (rule) Latin

    5. sangui (blood) Latin

    6. sapro (rotten) Greek

    7. sed (sit) Latin

    8. sen (old) Latin

    9. simil (same) Greek

    10.socio (society) Latin

     

    Unit 12:

    1. sol (sun) Latin

    2. sol (alone) Latin

    3. son (sound) Latin

    4. soph (wisdom) Greek

    5. spir (breathe) Latin

    6. spor (seed) Greek

    7. stell (star) Latin

    8. stero (solid) Greek

    9. sur (over) Latin

    10. tact (touch) Latin

     

    Unit 13:

    1. tang (touch) Latin

    2. taxis (arrangement) Greek

    3. theo (god) Greek

    4. topo (place) Greek

    5. trib (pay) Latin

    6. trich (hair) Greek

    7. ultima (last) Latin

    8. val (worth) Latin

    9. ver (true) Latin

    10. voc (voice) Latin

    11. vor (eating) Latin

    12. zo (animal) Greek