If you need to build SAT prep vocabulary, there is no better way to do it than through the power of Latin roots. Just one Latin root word per week can help students learn a dozen or more English derivatives.
The Latin Word of the Week for January 6, 2008:
duco, ducere, duxi, ductus
This Latin verb's most basic meaning is To Lead. For a thorough rundown of its English derivatives, visit SAT Prep Vocabulary.
Hope you enjoy the new material, and that you learn a few new words from our Latin Word of the Week!