19 terms

English Words Assignment 4

after, behind EX: postpone, postscript
before, in front of EX: prevent, predict
forward, in front of, for EX: premote, produce
re-, red-
back, again EX: renew, recede, recall, redemption
backward, behind EX: retroactive
se-, sed-
aside, away EX: secede, segregate, sedition
sub-, sus-, suc-, etc.
under, up from under, secretly EX: submerge, submarine, suspend, sustain, succumb, suffer, support
super-, (sur-)
above, over EX: superhuman, superfluous, surreal, surcease
trans-, tran-, tra-
across, through EX: transfer, transparent, transcend, transcribe, traverse, travesty
beyond, exceedingly EX: ultraviolet, ultramodern
clud-, clus-, clos-
to shut EX: exclude, include, disclose
cur(r)-, curs-, cours-, cor(s)-
to run, go EX: recur, current, excursion, concourse, succor
grad-, gress
to step, go EX: gradual (literally, by steps), progress, aggression
pend-, pens-
to hang, weigh, pay EX: dependent, suspend, dispense, expense
ple-, plet-, plen-
to fill; full EX: implement, complete, deplete, plenary
spec-, spic-, spect-
to look EX: specimen, conspicuous, inspect, respect
und-, ound-
wave EX: abundant, undulate, abound, redound
vid-, vis-, view-
to see EX: evident, provide, visual, provision, review
voc-, vok-
voice; to call EX: vocal, invoke, invocation, provoke, revoke