35 terms

Osb Gr 4 ELA- Common Prefixes

STUDY
PLAY
anti
against, opposing
de
opposite
dis
not, opposite of
en,em
empower, encourage
cause to
fore
forecast
before
in, im, il
not
inter
International
between
mid
middle
mis
wrongly
non
not
over
excessive; too much
pre
before
re
again
semi
half
sub
under-
The prefix sub-,
with its variants suc-, suf-, sug- sup-and sur-,
all mean "under."
super
above
trans
across
un
not
under
under
bi
two
con
with, together
ex
"out, out of, away from
morphemes
smallest unit that carries meaning
prefix
a key morpheme that begin words and changes the meaning of the root word
prefix- the "n" becomes an "m"
when a prefix ending with the letter "n" butts up against a root that start with the letters b, m, or p
the "n" disappears and the "r "or "l" doubles
When a prefix ending with a letter n butts up again a root that starts with a r or l , then n disappears and the r or l doubles.
co- family
co, com, con, col, cor
in- family
in, im, il, ir, ig
ad- family
ad, ac, ap, as, af, al, at, ag, an, ar
sub- family
sub, suc, suf, sup, sug, sur, sum, sus
ex- family
ex, e, ef
ob- family
ob, oc, of, os, o, op
dis- family
dis, di, dif
syn- family
Greek prefix meaning with or together
symphony
variants: sym, syn, sys, syl
chameleon prefixes
Family of prefixes that change to go along with the root.
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