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Grade 6 Prefixes
Grade 6 Prefixes
The prefix mis- means which of the following?
  1. too much
  2. wrongly
  3. again
  4. middle
Grade 6 Prefixes CCSS: CCRA.L.4, L.6.4, L.6.4b
Knowing the meaning of the prefix mis- helps you know that misaltered means:
  1. alter again
  2. to alter now
  3. the most altered
  4. to alter wrongly
Grade 6 Prefixes
Based on your knowledge of the prefix dis-, disapprove means:
  1. To not get along
  2. To not approve of something
  3. To approve of something
Grade 6 Prefixes
Choose the correct meaning of the prefix "up-".
  1. up or upward
  2. inclined to
  3. relating to
  4. with, together
Grade 6 Prefixes
Antisocial:
  1. unemotional or indifferent
  2. to reduce the value of something
  3. not social
Grade 6 Prefixes
Choose the correct meaning of the prefix "con".
  1. full of
  2. relating to
  3. up or upward
  4. with, together
Grade 6 Prefixes CCSS: CCRA.L.4, L.6.4, L.6.4b
Grade 6 Prefixes CCSS: CCRA.L.4, L.6.4, L.6.4b
Knowing the meaning of the prefix pro- helps you know that pro-life means:
  1. to live before
  2. in favor of life
  3. to live again
  4. did live
Grade 6 Prefixes
Foreshadow:
  1. to suggest something is about to happen
  2. not according to standards
  3. without compassion or pity
Grade 6 Prefixes
Irreversible:
  1. to reduce the value of something
  2. unable to be changed
  3. without compassion or pity
Grade 6 Prefixes
Remorseless:
  1. unemotional or indifferent
  2. without a way of protecting yourself
  3. without compassion or pity
Grade 6 Prefixes
Grade 6 Prefixes
Grade 6 Prefixes
Defenseless:
  1. without a way of protecting yourself
  2. without compassion or pity
  3. to reduce the value of something
Grade 6 Prefixes
Based on your knowledge of the prefix ex-, EXTEND means:
  1. to go out or beyond
  2. beyond ordinary
  3. to state the opposite
  4. move out of the way
Grade 6 Prefixes
Improper:
  1. to reduce the value of something
  2. wisdom
  3. not according to standards
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