Prefixes (Grade 5)

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Prefixes

1. 
The prefix SUB- means "under or below," so a SUBMARINE is "a ship that spends its time below the water."
  1. True
  2. False
2. 
The prefix PRO- means "before," so a PROLOGUE happens at the end of a story or play.
  1. True
  2. False
3. 
The prefix UN- means "not."
The word ABRIDGE means to "shorten."
The word UNABRIGED most likely means:
  1. a shorter version of a story
  2. a full version of a story
  3. a new version of a story
  4. an old version of a story
4. 
The prefix IL- means not, so if you do something that is ILLEGAL, you:
  1. break the law
  2. follow the law
  3. make a new law
  4. throw out the law
5. 
The prefix RE- means "again," so if you REBUILD something you:
  1. build it for the first time
  2. tear it down
  3. build it again
  4. fix it up
6. 
The prefix COM- means "together with," so when you COMBINE things, you mix them.
  1. True
  2. False
7. 
The prefix CO- means "together," so when you COOPERATE you:
  1. work separately
  2. argue
  3. work with someone else
  4. operate something
8. 
The prefix MIS- means "wrong," so when you MISBEHAVE, you:
  1. behave in the wrong way
  2. break the rules
  3. follow the rules
  4. both A and B
9. 
The prefix PRO- means "before," so a PROPHET is someone who:
  1. tells of the past
  2. tells of the future
  3. tells of the present
  4. none of the above
10. 
The prefix EN- means to "put into," so when you ENTANGLE something, you get it out of a tangle.
  1. True
  2. False

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