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Vocabulary List Latin Prefixes 13-18.  In-, Il-, Im-, Ir-: “not,” “un”  Il (not) + legible (clear enough to read)= illegible, impossible or hard to.

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1 Vocabulary List Latin Prefixes 13-18

2  In-, Il-, Im-, Ir-: “not,” “un”  Il (not) + legible (clear enough to read)= illegible, impossible or hard to read. Latin Prefixes 13-18

3 Impunity  In which case should a mistake be treated with impunity?

4 Incessant Is there any case when incessant nagging gets results?

5 When have you ever been treated inhospitably? What did you do? Inhospitable

6  Has anyone in your life ever made an irrevocable decision in which you completely disagreed? Irrevocable

7  What are some things that celebrities do when they start to become irrelevant? Irrelevant

8  Bene-: “good,” “well”  Bene (good)+ dicere--diction (to say)= literally “good saying”  Mal-, Male-: “evil,” “ill,” “bad,” “badly”  Mal (bad)+ Adjusted (adapt; become used to)= Badly adjusted. Latin Prefixes

9  Would you rather be stranded on a desert island with a benefactor or malefactor? Benefactor and Malefactor

10  When was the last time you performed a benevolent deed? Benevolent

11  What is the best way to avoid malnutrition? Malnutrition

12  De-: “down,” “down from,” “opposite of”  De (down) + Via (traveling through a place)= Deviate (turn aside or down; stray; wander). Latin Prefixes

13 Deviate Fido and Tom like to deviate from thenorm.

14  What are some issues that cause a home to depreciate in value? Depreciate

15  Dis- “Opposite of,” “differently,” “apart,” “away”  Dis (opposite of) + content (satisfied)= discontent (dissatisfied) Latin Prefixes

16  Does it make sense to demolish all buildings in disrepair? Why or why not? Disrepair

17  When in life is it important to be dispassionate? Dispassionate

18  SE- “apart”  Se (apart) + Cede (give up power or territory) = secede (literally “go apart”) Latin Prefixes

19  I may have to secede from Team Edward and move to Team Jacob. Secede

20  Where is the most secluded place in your house? Seclude


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