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The Word Within the WordStem Lesson 1 Part 2 (stems 16-25)
Sentence example: The foundation is a nonprofit organization.meaning: not Sentence example: The foundation is a nonprofit organization.
Clue Words: nonstop, nonprofit, none, nonconformity, nonchalant, nonstick, nonfatNonfat Milk
Sentence example: She added a postscript at the bottom of the letter.meaning: after Sentence example: She added a postscript at the bottom of the letter.
Clue Words: postgraduate, posthumous, postscript, posterity, posterior, postlude, postpone
18. pre meaning: before Sentence example: Before Romeo left, Juliet had a frightening premonition.
Clue Words: prelude, preposition, premonition, premature, predict, predecessor, precaution
Sentence example: The circle was divided into two equal semicircles.meaning: half Sentence example: The circle was divided into two equal semicircles.
Clue Words: semiaquatic, semicircle, semiweekly, semiannual, semiformal, semitrailer
20. sub meaning: under Sentence example: The lieutenant gave a sharp order to her subordinate.
Clue Words: subterranean, subtract, subordinate, submarine, subterfuge, substandard
21. super meaning: over Sentence example: The talkative fool made several superfluous comments.
Clue Words: supervise, superb, superior, superfluous, supernatural, supercharge, superhero
Sentence example: Please synchronize your watches at this time.meaning: together Sentence example: Please synchronize your watches at this time.
Clue Words: synthetic, synchronize, syndrome, synonym, synopsis, syntax
23. sym meaning: together Sentence example: The symbiotic species could not survive without each other.
Clue Words: sympathy, symbiosis, symbol, symmetry, symphony, symptom
Sentence example: Rome was sometimes ruled by a triumvirate.meaning: three Sentence example: Rome was sometimes ruled by a triumvirate.
Clue Words: tricycle, triangle, triceps, triad, triceratops
25. un meaning: not Sentence example: Unearned income must be reported to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
Clue Words: unfit, unequal, undone, unearned, unconventional, undressed, unbutton, unconscious, unfair, unlock
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prefixes. ambi - both ambiguous: understood two or “both” ways ambidextrous: using both hand with equal ease ambivalent: both liking and hating.
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ROOT WORDS Sym-, Syn-: together, same. Symbiosis A relationship between two different organisms that live together and depend on each other.
PREFIXESPREFIXES sym-, syn- together, same. symbiosis (n) a relationship between two different organisms that live together and depend on each other.
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