Vocabulary Unit 2
prefixes: fore- pre- post- after-
Terms in this set (24)
to get ready for something in advance.
to predict something, to know beforehand.
to put something off to a later time and/or date.
the part of the day that falls after 12:00 noon and lasts until evening.
to declare or tell something in advance, to foretell.
a person in charge of a particular department or group of workers in a factory.
a period of time that falls after a war occurs.
a group of letters placed before a root word to change its meaning in some way.
something introductory or preliminary, it comes before something else.
a short introductory statement in a book or other published work. Another person usually writes it.
a time after the regular sports season in which additional games ore playoffs are held.
a second, or later idea or reconsideration. It happens after a situation occurs.
an era in time prior to recorded history.
to write a date on something (like a check or letter) that is later than the actual date.
a taste that remain in the mouth after the substance causing it is no longer IN the mouth.
means to go before, as in place, importance, rank, or time.
an act of looking forward or planning ahead.
an achievement test given after a course of instruction, or after a subject has been taught.
the time before the start of a new sports season.
means to place something something ahead of time, to arrange it in a specific way beforehand.
thinking of something ahead of time, giving something previous consideration.
a concluding section or commentary, often seen in books.
refers to the time period before a war.