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sub-
under
submarine: noun
a vessel capable of going under water
126
hypo-
under
hypodermie: noun

of or relating to the layer of skin under the epidermis
127
plex, plic, ply
to fold
complicated: adjective

to fold in an intricate way
128
pon, pos
to put, to place
postpone: verb

to put off until a future time
129
port
to carry
transport: verb

to carry from one place to another
130
reg, rect
to rule, right
regulate: verb

to keep in the right
sequ, sec
to follow
consequence: noun

something that follows an action
tor
to twist
distort: verb

to twist out of natural shape
tract
to drag, to draw
extract: verb

to draw out of
ven
to come
convention: noun

an informal meeting where people do not have to be invited to come
vert, vers
to turn
advertise: verb

to turn or change the mind of somebody, so they buy the advertised product
volv, volu
to roll
revolution: noun

a roll around something or somebody
e-, ex-, ec-
out, away
expel: verb

to throw out or away from
ab-
away, from
absent: adjective

not present, away
de-
away, down, negative
desist: verb

to go away or stop doing
bene-
goood, well
Beneficiary: noun

one that recieves a good benefit from a deceased person
homo-
sam
homonym: noun

a word that sounds exactly like another word, but is spelled differently
micro-
small
microphone: noun

an instrument that make a small noise larger or bigger; and amplifier
magn-
big
magnify: verb

to make bigger or larger
ortho-
straight, correct
orthodox: adjective

the "correct" way or first way or form of the religion
dis-
away, negative
discourage, verb

to take away conifence
ultra
beyond
ultraviolet, ajective

the range of light beyond violet
re-
back, again
reporter, noun

a person who comes again and again to investigate or gathere information on an event
tele-
from afar
telegraph, noun

a system that trasmitts from afar a coded message
auto
self
autobiography, noun

a self biography
ECONOMICS, EASY

What were the classes of citizens?
Elite, and commoners
GEOGRAPHY, EASY

What was the physical geography like?
Dense Jungle
ECONOMICS, MEDIUM

What were the foods they grew?
Squash corn, beans,avocados, and peppers
RELIGION/POLITICS, EASY

Who were their rulers?
Priest/Kings
ECONOMICS

How did they communicate?
Through hieroglyphs