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Use the correct prefix and form the opposite (part 1) animated sounds 21 slides play
legal il- un- in- next
loyal dis- in- il- next
honest dis- un- in- next
complete in- un- mis- next
popular un- im- in- next
different in- un- mis- next
kind un- dis- in- next
responsible ir- un- dis- next
healthy un- in- dis- next
mature im- un- in- next
certain un- dis- in- next
aware un- dis- im- next
able un- in- dis- next
polite im- un- in- next
religious ir- dis- in- next
flammable in- im- il- next
grateful un- im- in- next
personal im- un- in- next
practical im- in- dis- next
valid in- un- im- next
Negative Prefixes pleasant dress decided Un cooked acceptable did
PREFIXES Play a PREFIX game!!!.
What are they and why do we need to know them?
As We Work PLEASE DO NOT DRAW PLEASE DO NOT READ.
PREFIXES & SUFFIXES Copyright © 2010 Kelly Mott. Q: What do the words player and replay have in common? A: They're both formed from the root word play.
Отрицательные префиксы - un, -im, -in, -il, -ir, -dis, anti-
Root Words, Prefixes, and Suffixes
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Affixes Definition: Types of Affixes:
Prefixes and Suffixes. Base Words Base words, or root words, is a word that can stand alone. love sleep help decide take understand.
Un- Pre- -ed Dis- before -ly not, opposite Ir-/il-/im-/in- Verb form/present participle -s/-es not again more than one wrongly Mis- without Characteristic.
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Language feature: Other words with the prefix “dis” include disapprove, distasteful, and disobedient dishonest PrefixBase WordSuffix dis- (opposite) honest.
Prefixes Created by: D.Baker©2010. What is a prefix? A prefix is added to a root word (sometimes called a base word) to change the meaning of the word.
Vocabulary quiver linger portly sheepishly ferocity unison Latin roots lect uni.
Hic… what does “prefix” mean? What is “unhappy”? Am I unhappy if I don’t understand the lesson?
Phonics - Prefixes Pushing Up the Sky. Prefixes (un-; re-; mis-; dis-) Prefixes add to or change the meaning of a word. Prefixes add to or change the.
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