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					High Incidence Vocabulary Word List – .05 credits per list.
- Two-thirds of all academic English words come from Latin, French (through Latin), or Greek. Understandably,
knowledge of the most high-incidence academic words in English can significantly boost a student’s comprehension level
of school-based reading material.
- This list contains the most frequent form of the word, more often a noun or verb form, although there may be one or
more important related word forms. For example, the headword analyze would also include analyst, analytic, analytical,
and analytically in the word family.

       Below are ten different word lists. If you know the words, you do not have to look them up. Look up the words
        you do not know and read all of the definitions. Try to choose the two most recognizable and understandable
        definitions and write the word and definitions on your paper. You are welcome to make flashcards, as well. When
        you are done with the ten words, call me over for an oral quiz.

List I analyze assess assume authority concept consist context constitute contract distribute
List II economy environment establish evident factor finance indicate interpret legislate principle
List III policy sector significant theory vary administrate aspect commission community conduct
List IV consume credit culture distinct evaluate institute invest perceive primary regulate
List V relevant reside resource strategy survey tradition alternative circumstance compensate component
List VI consent constrain convene coordinate core corporate correspond criteria deduce demonstrate
List VII emphasis ensure exclude fund framework illustrate immigrate imply instance interact
List VIII justify layer negate philosophy proportion publish register rely scheme specify
List IX sufficient task technique valid volume access adequacy apparent approximate attribute
List X civil commit confer debate despite dimension domestic emerge ethnic foreign




High Incidence Vocabulary Word List – .05 credits per list.
- Two-thirds of all academic English words come from Latin, French (through Latin), or Greek. Understandably,
knowledge of the most high-incidence academic words in English can significantly boost a student’s comprehension level
of school-based reading material.
- This list contains the most frequent form of the word, more often a noun or verb form, although there may be one or
more important related word forms. For example, the headword analyze would also include analyst, analytic, analytical,
and analytically in the word family.

       Below are ten different word lists. If you know the words, you do not have to look them up. Look up the words
        you do not know and read all of the definitions. Try to choose the two most recognizable and understandable
        definitions and write the word and definitions on your paper. You are welcome to make flashcards, as well. When
        you are done with the ten words, call me over for an oral quiz.

List I analyze assess assume authority concept consist context constitute contract distribute
List II economy environment establish evident factor finance indicate interpret legislate principle
List III policy sector significant theory vary administrate aspect commission community conduct
List IV consume credit culture distinct evaluate institute invest perceive primary regulate
List V relevant reside resource strategy survey tradition alternative circumstance compensate component
List VI consent constrain convene coordinate core corporate correspond criteria deduce demonstrate
List VII emphasis ensure exclude fund framework illustrate immigrate imply instance interact
List VIII justify layer negate philosophy proportion publish register rely scheme specify
List IX sufficient task technique valid volume access adequacy apparent approximate attribute
List X civil commit confer debate despite dimension domestic emerge ethnic foreign

				
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