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Prefixes – ‘dis’ (Spelling Skills)
disable What do all these words have in common? disallow disagree disembark disappear disbelieve dislike disapprove
disable They all begin with the prefix ‘dis’ disallow disagree disembark disappear disbelieve dislike disapprove
What does the prefix ‘dis’ mean? disappear disagree dislike disbelieve – not visible – not agree, dispute – not like, not agreeable – not believe, not accept as true
What does the prefix ‘dis’ mean? It means ‘not’ disallow disapprove disembark disable – not able, ineffective -not approve, consider bad – not embark, get off – not allow, reject, cancel
Add the prefix ‘dis’ to these words to make new ones… miss connect courage order discourage disconnect disorder dismiss
Can you identify the root words? disclose disinfect disfigure discover discomfort disclaim disadvantage disjoin
Can you identify the root words? disclose disinfect disfigure discover discomfort disclaim disadvantage disrespect
What other words can you think of that begin with the prefix ‘dis’?
More words that begin with the prefix ‘dis’ disqualified disobey dissimilar disloyal distrust disunited dissatisfied disarrange
More words that begin with the prefix ‘dis’ disunited disused disintegrate disregard disorganised distrust dislocate
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