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Study the word list: A mixture of prefixes, Set 1

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disappear
Click the box again and it will disappear.
upstairs
The bathroom is upstairs.
unusual
We have had an unusual amount of rain this month.
precook
Precook the meat to save time tonight.
incorrect
If only one word is incorrect you are doing well.
misprint
The festival poster has a misprint so the date is wrong.
telephone
He looked in the telephone directory for the number.
anticlockwise
Run around the track in an anticlockwise direction.
subway
It's safer to cross the busy road by using the subway.
superhuman
Superman had superhuman strength.
refresh
Refresh the web page to get the latest scores.
defrost
We need to defrost our icebox.

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Learn about these words in Unit 23. Prefixes: when letters need changing.


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