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  • Prefixes

    1. 1. Teacher Shakira Perez Standard:Writing
    2. 2. • Prefixes are first syllables like “non-” and “re-” that have their own meaning.• Prefixes combine with words to create new meanings. 1. Pre + View = Preview (first look) 2. Super + Star = Superstar (top player)
    3. 3. • Prefixes add meaning to thousands of words.• Learn a few prefixes, and you open up the meaning of thousands of words.• The four most frequent prefixes are 97% of prefixed words!
    4. 4. 1. Anti = against : anti-war2. De = opposite : destroy3. Dis* = not, opposite of : disagree4. En(m) = cause to : encode, embrace5. Fore = before : forecast6. In(m) = in : intake, implant7. Inter = between : interact
    5. 5. 1. Anti A. between2. De B. cause to3. Dis* C. against4. En(m) D. in5. Fore E. before6. In(m) F. not7. Inter G. opposite
    6. 6. 8. Mid = Middle : Midway9. Mis = Wrongly : Mistake10. Non = Not : Nonsense11. Over = Over : Overlook12. Pre = Before : Preview13. Re* = Again : Return14. Semi = Half : Semicircle
    7. 7. 8. Mid A. Wrong9. Mis B. Center10. Non C. Not11. Over D. Half12. Pre E. Again13. Re F. Above14. Semi G. Before
    8. 8. 15. Sub = Under : Submarine16. Super = Above: Superstar17. Trans = Across : Transport18. Un* = Not : Unfriendly19. Under = Under : Undersea20. In, Im, Il, Ir * = Not : Injustice, Impossible, Illiterate, Irreligious.
    9. 9. Remember:A root word is a word that has a prefix, suffix, or both added to it. Underline the root words in the following slides. Circle the prefix or suffix.
    10. 10. dismountunloadingtramping
    11. 11. dismountunloadingtramping
    12. 12. disappointment unfriendly beloved
    13. 13. disappointment unfriendly beloved
    14. 14. 1. I have a different idea; I __agree.2. That can’t be; it’s just __possible.3. Say that again; please __peat it.4. Aliens look bad; they are __friendly.5. Tina took the car since she want__ it.6. Now the car is run__ down the road.7. Tina is in a hurry; she’s driving quick__.8. Do you think that she has any ticket__?
    15. 15. How did you do? If you need more practice, visitSearching for Root Words or Words and Roots.

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