Wednesday, March 25, 2009
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In the weeks ahead look for expanded content in the blog and newsletter, too!
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Here's an introduction to learning the new terminology of your A&P course.
As I've mentioned several times before, learning terminology is an important first step in understanding the essential concepts of A&P.
This is the first of several videos that I'll be sharing with you to help you understand the terminology of A&P. This introductory piece explains the basic principle of word parts and how they are combined to produce a term.
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