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Prefixes sub means under e.g. ' sub way' means 'a way under the   ground' pre means ‘before in time’, ‘in front’ or  ‘superior’ e.g. ' pre packed’ means ‘packed before’
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un means not e.g. ' un hurt’ means 'not hurt' il means not e.g. ' il legal’ means ‘not legal’ ante means before eg. ' ante natal  means ‘before birth’
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im means not e.g. ' im polite’ means ‘not polite’ in means not e.g. ' in formal’ means ‘not formal’ ir means not e.g. ' ir regular’ means ‘not regular’
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dis means not e.g. ' dis agree’ means ‘not agree’ under means below or beneath e.g. ' under ground  means ‘below or  beneath the ground’ over means upper, outer, too, superior or 
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Unformatted text preview: excessive e.g. ' over weight’ means too heavy or fat re means again e.g. ' re play’ ’ means ‘play something again’ trans means across or through e.g. ' trans atlantic means ‘across the Atlantic ocean’ anti means against or in opposition e.g. ' anti clockwise’ is opposite direction to the clocks of a hand post means after e.g. ' post pone’ means to put something off until later or after it was originally planned mis means 'wrong' or 'badly' e.g. ' mis spelled' or mis spelt means 'wrongly spelled'...
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This note was uploaded on 11/04/2011 for the course EDUCATION 320 taught by Professor Professorlemont during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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