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Mit, mitt, miss – to send, throw, or put
Admit To send toward; to acknowledge; to allow to enter
Admits Sends toward; acknowledges; allows to enter
Commit To send into action; to place in charge of; to carry out; to entrust or consign
Committed Put into action; placed in charge of; carried out; entrusted or consigned
Dismiss To send away; to allow to leave; to disregard
Emit To send out
Message Something sent; a communication sent out
Omit To fail to put in; to fail to leave out
Permit To allow something to be sent through; to consent or to allow something to be done
The prefix “dis” means… “ not or opposite of”
The prefix “com” means… “ together” or “with”
The suffix “-ed”  Makes a word  past tense !
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Mitt root powerpoint

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Mitt root powerpoint

  1. 1. Mit, mitt, miss – to send, throw, or put
  2. 2. Admit To send toward; to acknowledge; to allow to enter
  3. 3. Admits Sends toward; acknowledges; allows to enter
  4. 4. Commit To send into action; to place in charge of; to carry out; to entrust or consign
  5. 5. Committed Put into action; placed in charge of; carried out; entrusted or consigned
  6. 6. Dismiss To send away; to allow to leave; to disregard
  7. 7. Emit To send out
  8. 8. Message Something sent; a communication sent out
  9. 9. Omit To fail to put in; to fail to leave out
  10. 10. Permit To allow something to be sent through; to consent or to allow something to be done
  11. 11. The prefix “dis” means… “ not or opposite of”
  12. 12. The prefix “com” means… “ together” or “with”
  13. 13. The suffix “-ed” Makes a word past tense !

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