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Study the word list: SET 37 9-10

PREFIXES ir and il

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logical
What is the logical sequence of events. *
illogical
Irrational means illogical or lacking in reason. *
legal
The notary examined the legal documents.
illegal
The traffic warden gave me a ticket for illegal parking.
literate

illiterate
An illiterate person cannot read or write.
legible
The handwriting was neat and legible. *
illegible
Her handwriting was nearly illegible.
relevant
That isn't very relevant to the conversation.
irrelevant
The judge said that the evidence was irrelevant.
regular
Poetry is writing arranged in lines, often with a regular rhythm and sometimes with a pattern of rhymes. *
irregular
Irregular shapes have sides of unequal length. *
removable
CD-ROM stands for Compact Disk Read Only Memory. It is a removable disk used to store computer data that cannot be wiped and replaced. *
irremovable

replaceable
The stolen item was not replaceable. *
irreplaceable
The ring was irreplaceable. *

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