Greek and Latin Roots-ject

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Based on Lesson 5 Greek and Latin Roots by Trisha Callella

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Greek and Latin Roots: 

Greek and Latin Roots - ject throw

dejected: 

dejected To feel sad, to be thrown down in spirit despair

eject: 

eject To throw out

injection: 

injection A shot; throwing medicine into the body

interjection: 

interjection A word thrown into a sentence or conversation Video Link

jettison: 

jettison To throw something overboard to lighten the load in a ship or airplane

projectile: 

projectile A object thrown into the air with great force

projector: 

projector A machine that throws an image onto a wall or screen

reject: 

reject To throw something away because it doesn’t work

subject: 

subject To throw oneself under some else’s rule

trajectory: 

trajectory The curved path of a thrown object

Match the words with their synonyms: 

Match the words with their synonyms dejected eject injection interjection jettison projectile projector reject subject trajectory citizen light throwing device path through the air throw overboard exclamation throw out throw away sorrowful shot arrow

What word?: 

What word? Can you guess the word from the picture?

eject: 

eject To throw out

dejected: 

dejected To feel sad, to be thrown down in spirit despair

trajectory: 

trajectory The curved path of a thrown object Web Link (click on “Fire”)

injection: 

injection A shot; throwing medicine into the body

projectile: 

projectile A object thrown into the air with great force

interjection: 

interjection A word thrown into a sentence or conversation

jettison: 

jettison To throw something overboard to lighten the load in a ship or airplane

reject: 

reject To throw something away because it doesn’t work

projector: 

projector A machine that throws an image onto a wall or screen

subject: 

subject To throw oneself under some else’s rule