ELA Grade 7

1. If you know that the Latin prefix trans-means across, through, over, or beyond, what can you conclude is the meaning of transatlantic?

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  1. What is your thought about this?

    Or... you could go to www.google.com and enter the word!

    posted by Writeacher
  2. trans- + Atlantic (Ocean) = ?

    posted by Ms. Sue
  3. b.

    posted by lalalalala

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