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Study the word list: Entry Level 2: im- prefixes

Words that learners at Entry Level 2 are required to read and spell correctly.

If the root word begins with m or p, the prefix im- is used instead of in-.

Word list: Entry Level 2: im- prefixes

immature He was immature for his age.
immoral It is immoral to steal.
immortal Vampires in gothic horror stories are immortal.
impartial His opinion was impartial and did not affect their decision.
impatient She was feeling impatient and tired of waiting.
impenetrable The woods were dark and impenetrable.
imperfect While the drawing was imperfect, I knew it was meant to be a house.
impolite He asked an impolite question.
impossible Without water, it is impossible to survive for more than a few days.
impotent Impotent is another word for powerless.
impractical My trainers were impractical in the rain.
improper His behaviour was improper.

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