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Suffix –ist = Means one who
abolitionist Someone who is against, or wants to abolish, slavery
antagonist Someone who is opposed to, or competes with someone else This is usually the one who fights against the hero.
protagonist Someone who is the leading character, hero, or heroine of a play, movie, or story
archeologist Someone who studies human history
radiologist A doctor who studies X-rays
Suffix –ful= means full of
prefix re-= back, again, against, behind What re- words do we already know?
prefix extra-= outside; outside of; beyond What extra- words do we already know?
A prefix is a word part added to the beginning of a root word.
When someone says one thing but means something completely different verbal irony verbal irony.
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