# 5th 6th Glat Units 1-18

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Glat lessons 1-18

• 1.

### A, an, in

• A.

Not, without

• B.

To write

• C.

Negative, not, lack of

A. Not, without
Explanation
The given answer "not, without" is correct because it represents the meaning of the words "a, an, in" in a negative or opposite sense. These words indicate the presence or inclusion of something, while "not, without" suggest the absence or exclusion of something. Therefore, the answer accurately reflects the meaning of the given words.

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• 2.

### Il, im, ir

• A.

Negative, not, lack of

• B.

Great

• C.

Not, without

C. Not, without
Explanation
The given options "negative, not, lack of", "great", and "not, without" all suggest a sense of negation or absence. However, the correct answer is "not, without" because it directly corresponds to the prefixes "il", "im", and "ir" which are used to indicate negation or absence in words.

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• 3.

### Dis

• A.

Not, without

• B.

Short

• C.

Negative, not lack of

C. Negative, not lack of
Explanation
The prefix "dis-" in this context means "not" or "without." It is used to indicate a negative or the absence of something. Therefore, the correct answer is "negative, not lack of."

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• 4.

### Scrib, scrip/graph, gram

• A.

Mark

• B.

To write

• C.

To measure

B. To write
Explanation
The root "scrib, scrip" refers to writing. Similarly, the root "graph, gram" also relates to writing or recording. Therefore, the correct answer "to write" aligns with the meaning of these roots.

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• 5.

### Lex(i)

• A.

• B.

To write

• C.

Short

Explanation
The correct answer is "word, reading" because the function "lex(i)" is likely a lexical analysis function that takes an input "i" and returns the word and reading associated with that input. This can be inferred from the context clues provided in the question, such as the mention of "to write" and "short."

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• 6.

### Liter

• A.

• B.

Letter

• C.

To measure

B. Letter
Explanation
The word "liter" refers to a unit of measurement used to measure volume. However, in this context, the correct answer is "letter." A letter is a written or printed communication addressed to a person or organization. It is a common term used in the context of written correspondence.

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• 7.

### Meter

• A.

Letter

• B.

To measure

• C.

Mark

B. To measure
• 8.

### Cogn(i)

• A.

• B.

• C.

To learn, to know

C. To learn, to know
Explanation
The word "cogn(i)" is derived from the Latin word "cognoscere" which means "to learn, to know". Therefore, the correct answer is "to learn, to know".

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• 9.

### Not

• A.

To measure

• B.

Mark

• C.

Great

B. Mark
Explanation
The word "mark" is the correct answer because it is a verb that means to make a visible impression or indication on something. It is used to indicate the act of measuring or making a mark on something. The other options, "measure" and "great," do not fit the context of the question and do not have the same meaning as "mark."

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• 10.

### Dys

• A.

• B.

Negative, not, lack of

• C.

Not, without

Explanation
The prefix "dys-" means "bad, difficulty with, abnormal." It is used to indicate that there is a problem or impairment in a certain function or process. For example, "dysfunctional" means not functioning properly or abnormally. This prefix is commonly used in medical and scientific terms to describe various conditions or disorders.

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• 11.

### Magn

• A.

Short

• B.

Mark

• C.

Great

C. Great
Explanation
The word "great" is the correct answer because it is the only option that makes sense in the given context. The other options, "short" and "mark," do not fit with the word "magn" and do not provide a logical or coherent response. Therefore, "great" is the most appropriate choice.

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• 12.

### Brev

• A.

Mark

• B.

Short

• C.

Great

B. Short
Explanation
The word "short" is the correct answer because it is the only word in the given options that directly relates to the word "brev," which means brief or concise. The other options, "mark," "great," and "brev," do not have a clear connection to the word "brev." Therefore, "short" is the most appropriate choice.

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• 13.

### Dynam(o)

• A.

Twist

• B.

Roll

• C.

Force, power, strength, energy

C. Force, power, strength, energy
Explanation
The word "dynam(o)" is related to force, power, strength, and energy. This is because "dynam(o)" is derived from the Greek word "dynamis" which means power or force. Therefore, the correct answer is force, power, strength, energy.

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• 14.

• A.

Roll

• B.

Twist

• C.

Mark

B. Twist
• 15.

### Vol(u)

• A.

Roll

• B.

Twist

• C.

Mark

A. Roll
Explanation
The word "vol(u)" is a common abbreviation for "volume" in various contexts. In this case, "vol(u)" is most likely referring to the volume of something. Out of the given options, "roll" is the only word that is related to volume. When an object rolls, it moves in a way that can change its volume as different parts of the object come into contact with the surface it is rolling on. Therefore, "roll" is the most appropriate word that can be associated with "vol(u)".

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• 16.

### Pre, pro

• A.

Before, forward, prior to

• B.

After, behind

• C.

Place, put

A. Before, forward, prior to
Explanation
The prefixes "pre" and "pro" both indicate something that happens before or prior to something else. They can also suggest movement or progress forward. Therefore, the correct answer is "before, forward, prior to".

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• 17.

### Post

• A.

Before, forward, prior to

• B.

After, behind

• C.

Place, put

B. After, behind
Explanation
The correct answer is "after, behind". These words indicate a sequence or order of events or objects. "After" suggests that something comes later in time or position, while "behind" indicates that something is located at the back or rear.

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• 18.

### Pos, pon

• A.

Before, forward, prior to

• B.

After, behind

• C.

Place, put

C. Place, put
Explanation
The given answer "place, put" is a possible explanation because the words "pos" and "pon" can be associated with the action of placing or putting something in a particular location. This explanation aligns with the meanings of the words "before, forward, prior to" and "after, behind" which are related to the concept of time or position.

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• 19.

### Cycle, cyclo

• A.

Gather

• B.

Recurring round of events, circle

• C.

Twist

B. Recurring round of events, circle
Explanation
The words "cycle" and "cyclo" are related to the concept of a recurring round of events or a circle. This can be seen in the definition of "cycle" as a series of events that repeat in the same order, and "cyclo" as a prefix meaning circular or round. The word "gather" does not have any direct connection to the concept of a recurring round of events or a circle. Similarly, "twist" does not relate to this concept either. Therefore, the correct answer is "recurring round of events, circle".

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• 20.

### Greg

• A.

Away from, off

• B.

To write

• C.

Gather

C. Gather
• 21.

### Ab(s)

• A.

Away from, off

• B.

Letter

• C.

A. Away from, off
• 22.

### Fict, fact

• A.

Not, without

• B.

Letter

• C.

To make, to form

C. To make, to form
Explanation
The word "fict" refers to something that is fictional or made up, while "fact" refers to something that is true or real. The prefix "not" means without, indicating the absence of something. The word "letter" refers to a written symbol or character. The phrase "to make, to form" suggests that the process of creating or shaping something is involved. Therefore, the correct answer implies that the words "fict" and "fact" are related to the act of making or forming something, possibly in reference to the creation of written symbols or characters.

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• 23.

### Mech(an)

• A.

Machine

• B.

Mark

• C.

Great

A. Machine
Explanation
The word "mech(an)" is a shortened form of the word "mechanical" or "mechanism". The word "machine" is a synonym for "mechanical" or "mechanism". Therefore, "machine" is the correct answer that best fits the given word.

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• 24.

### Imag

• A.

Short

• B.

Image

• C.

After, behind

B. Image
• 25.

### Cert

• A.

Clear

• B.

Sure

• C.

Feelings

B. Sure
Explanation
The word "cert" is a shortened form of the word "certainty" which means a state of being sure or confident. The options "clear" and "feelings" do not directly relate to the meaning of "cert" or "certainty". However, the word "sure" is synonymous with "certainty" and therefore, it is the most appropriate choice.

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• 26.

### Clar

• A.

Sure

• B.

Clear

• C.

Feelings

B. Clear
Explanation
The word "clear" is the correct answer because it is the only option that is a synonym for the given word "clar". The other options, "sure" and "feelings", do not have the same meaning as "clar". Therefore, "clear" is the most appropriate choice.

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• 27.

### Sen(s)(t)

• A.

Sure

• B.

Clear

• C.

Feelings

C. Feelings
Explanation
The given options "sure" and "clear" are single words, while "feelings" is a plural noun that matches the format of the given sen(s)(t) pattern. Therefore, "feelings" is the correct answer.

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• 28.

• A.

Ship

• B.

Dip, dive

• C.

Sea

C. Sea
• 29.

### Merg, mers

• A.

Sea

• B.

Dip, dive

• C.

Ship

B. Dip, dive
Explanation
The correct answer is "dip, dive" because these words are related to the sea and can be used to describe actions or movements in water. "Merg" and "mers" are not recognizable words and do not fit the given context. "Ship" is a noun and does not relate to actions in water like "dip" and "dive" do.

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• 30.

### Nav

• A.

Dip, dive

• B.

Ship

• C.

Sea

B. Ship
Explanation
The given answer "ship" is the correct answer because it is the only word in the given list that is related to the sea. The other words "nav", "dip", and "dive" do not have any direct connection to the sea, while "ship" is commonly associated with sailing on the sea.

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• 31.

### Pop(ul)

• A.

To trust, faith

• B.

People

• C.

Servant

B. People
Explanation
The word "pop" does not have a clear meaning in this context, but it is followed by the word "ul" which could be short for "unordered list" in HTML. "pop(ul)" could be interpreted as removing or extracting something from an unordered list. Given the options provided, "people" seems to be the most logical choice as it is a broad term that can refer to individuals in general.

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• 32.

### Minist

• A.

To trust, faith

• B.

People

• C.

Servant

C. Servant
• 33.

### Fid

• A.

To trust, faith

• B.

People

• C.

Servant

A. To trust, faith
Explanation
The word "fid" is derived from the Latin word "fides" which means trust or faith. In this context, "fid" refers to the act of trusting or having faith in someone or something. It can also be used to describe a person who is trustworthy or faithful. Therefore, the correct answer for this question is "to trust, faith".

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• 34.

### Vict, vinc

• A.

Fight

• B.

Conquer

• C.

Seize

B. Conquer
Explanation
The words "fight," "conquer," and "seize" all relate to the root words "vict" and "vinc." "Conquer" means to overcome or defeat, which aligns with the meaning of "fight" and "seize." Therefore, "conquer" is the correct answer.

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• 35.

• A.

Fight

• B.

Conquer

• C.

Seize

A. Fight
• 36.

### Prehen(d)

• A.

Fight

• B.

Conquer

• C.

Seize

C. Seize
Explanation
The word "seize" is the correct answer because it is a synonym for "conquer" and "fight". The word "prehend" is a verb that means to grasp or seize, so "seize" is the most appropriate word choice that fits with the given context.

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• 37.

• A.

Grateful

• B.

Mindful

• C.

Healthy

C. Healthy
• 38.

### Mem

• A.

Grateful

• B.

Mindful

• C.

Healthy

B. Mindful
Explanation
The word "mindful" is the most appropriate choice among the given options because it relates to being aware and conscious of one's thoughts, feelings, and actions. Being mindful involves paying attention to the present moment and being fully engaged in it. This word is a good fit with the word "mem" as it suggests being conscious and attentive to one's memories. The other options, "grateful" and "healthy," do not directly relate to the concept of being aware or mindful.

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• 39.

• A.

Grateful

• B.

Mindful

• C.

Healthy

A. Grateful
• 40.

• A.

Two

• B.

Three

• C.

One

B. Three
• 41.

### Uni/mon(o)

• A.

Two

• B.

Three

• C.

One

C. One
Explanation
The correct answer is "one" because "uni/mon(o)" refers to the prefix or root word meaning "one."

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• 42.

### Bi, du/di

• A.

Two

• B.

Three

• C.

One

A. Two
Explanation
The correct answer is "two" because it is the second option listed after "one" and "three".

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• 43.

### Sex/hex(a)

• A.

Four

• B.

Five

• C.

Six

C. Six
Explanation
The given expression "sex/hex(a)" is likely a typo or an error. It does not make sense to divide "sex" by "hex(a)" as "sex" is not a numerical value. Therefore, the correct answer cannot be determined or is not available.

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• 44.

### Pent(a)

• A.

Four

• B.

Five

• C.

Six

B. Five
Explanation
This question is asking for the answer to the word "pent(a)". The options given are "four", "five", and "six". The correct answer is "five" because "pent" is a prefix that means "five". Therefore, the word "pent(a)" refers to the number five.

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• 45.

• A.

Four

• B.

Five

• C.

Six

A. Four
Explanation
The given question is asking for the number that is associated with the term "quadr(a)(i)/tetra". The term "quadr" or "tetra" typically refers to the number four. Therefore, the correct answer is four.

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• 46.

### Sept/hept(a)

• A.

Seven

• B.

Eight

• C.

Nine

A. Seven
Explanation
The word "sept/hept(a)" is a prefix that means "seven". Therefore, the correct answer is "seven".

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• 47.

### Oct(a)(o)

• A.

Seven

• B.

Eight

• C.

Nine

B. Eight
Explanation
The given answer "eight" corresponds to the word "oct" in the question. "Oct" is a prefix that means "eight," as seen in words like "octagon" (a shape with eight sides) and "octopus" (an animal with eight tentacles). Therefore, "eight" is the correct answer based on the given information.

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• 48.

### Ennea/non

• A.

Seven

• B.

Eight

• C.

Nine

C. Nine
Explanation
The given answer "nine" is the correct one because "ennea" is a Greek prefix meaning "nine" and "non" is a Latin prefix meaning "nine". Therefore, both "ennea" and "non" refer to the number nine.

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• 49.

### Dec(a), deka

• A.

Ten

• B.

Hundred

• C.

Thousand

A. Ten
Explanation
The given answer "ten" is the correct answer because "dec(a)" is a prefix that means ten, and "deka" is another word for ten. Therefore, both "dec(a)" and "deka" refer to the number ten.

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• 50.

• A.

Ten

• B.

Hundred

• C.

Thousand