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Unformatted text preview: is given in the context. Prefix, root, and suffix word parts Prefix = beginning Root = middle (base word) Suffix = end When added together, they can provide strong clues to the meanings of words. Figurative Language a way of describing something that makes sense on an imaginative level. Figurative Language often uses similes and metaphors. Simile = comparison using like or as Metaphor = a comparison of objects which are not alike...
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- Spring '09