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Grade 6 English
1.37 Prefixes - Ambi and Amphi

Ambi (or amb) is a Latin word for both, around or about.

Amphi is a Greek word for both, around or about.

A few of the 'ambi' and 'amphi' words are:

amphibian
amphora
amphitheater
ambidextrous
ambivalence
ambiance
ambiguous
ambivert


Directions: Select the correct word from the list given above to fit the definition in each question. Use all of these words in sentences. As homework, find four more Greek or Latin prefixes and write words using them.
Q 1: A jar or a vase with two handles.
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Q 2: An outdoor auditorium that is open all around.
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Q 3: Something that is not clear because it could be interpreted two (or many) ways
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Q 4: Having (two) opposing feelings at the same time.
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Q 5: An animal that can live in both land and water.
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Q 6: Someone who is skilled with both hands.
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