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Study the word list: graph, aqua, hydro, hydra

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graph
We created a linear graph for geography. *
aquarium
There were many exotic fish in the aquarium.
aquatic
We watched the swimming in the aquatic centre. *
hydrofoil
The hydrofoil glided across the top of the lake. *
aquamarine
I like the colour aquamarine. *
graphic
An image file can also be called a graphic. *
aqualung
The scuba diver put on his aqualung.
Aquarius
Her star sign is Aquarius. *
hydroelectric
We can get power from a hydroelectric dam. *
hydraulic
The lorry had a hydraulic lifting system. *
hydrogen
Water is two parts hydrogen and one part oxygen. *
photograph
My camera takes a good photograph.
telegraph
Karl has drawn an excellent picture with houses, telegraph poles and trees all in perspective. *
autograph
She got the film star 's autograph.

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