VCR Lesson 5 Presentation
1. Going beyond the limits of ordinary experience
2. Beyond or above the range of normal or merely physical human experience
3. Exceeding usual limits
4. (Of God) existing apart from and not subject to the limitations of the material universe
Example's: Demons, angels, saints
Note: In math a transcendental number is any number that is not an algebraic number.
Example's: π, and e
Parts of Speech:
Transcendence(n.) - the quality or state of being transcendent
Transcendental(adj.) -being beyond ordinary or common experience, thought, or belief; supernatural
SCANDO, SCANDERE, SCANDI, SCANSUM (L.) "to climb"
Choose the Letter in the Sentence in Which the Underlined Word is used Incorrectly
B. Harriet viewed herself as transcendent because she was considered average in
everything she did.
C. Cam newton's transcendent performance throughout the past football season took the Carolina Panthers to the Superbowl and led him to receiving the MVP award.
D. Laney did not believe in transcendent beings until she decided to play with a wigi board one night and swore she summoned a demon.