Unit 23 - Prefixes

Teaching point - learning to spell A prefix is a group of letters put on the front of a word to change its meaning. For example:
happy prefix unhappy
agree prefix disagree
charge prefix recharge
prefixes pre anti un tele dis in mis sub


Now test yourself in spotting prefixes. The first one has been done for you.:


Spot the prefix


Type the prefix

disappear
upstairs
unusual
precook
incorrect
misprint
telephone
anticlockwise
subnormal
superhuman
refresh
defrost


 


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