Here is a worksheet on the Greek word root aero. It means, as you probably know, air, and is an extremely productive root in English, yielding such staples of the lexicon as the verb aerate, the adjective aerial, and the noun aerodynamics. In other words, like many Greek roots, it forms the basis of many words across the parts of speech that we use in the hard sciences.
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