Word Root Exercise: Gress, Grad, Gradi, and Grade

Here is a worksheet on the Latin word roots gress, grad, gradi, and grade. They mean to step and to go. Unsurprisingly, they are at the base of such high-frequency words in English as egress, digress, graduate, and regress, and the many parts of speech in which these words end up –e.g. regressive, graduation, regressive and aggressive.

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