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Prefixes and suffixes / Level C

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Title of test:
Prefixes and suffixes / Level C

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II Semester - II Year

Author:
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Ing. Eunices Aráuz
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Creation Date:
31/07/2013

Category:
Languages

Number of questions: 10
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What prefix would you add to the word 'finished' to show that there is still some work to be done? un dis mis.
What suffix would you add to the word 'air' to show that a room is very stuffy? ed ful less.
What prefix would you add to the word 'view' to indicate that you see something before other people do? re pre dis.
What suffix would you add to the word 'blame' to show you have done nothing wrong? ness less ed.
Which two suffixes have the same meaning? ful and less less and ness s and es.
Which of these words can not be made into another word by adding the prefix 'sub'? way marine book.
Which of these prefixes means below? under pre over.
What does the prefix do to the word 'cooked' in this sentence? ----------------------------------------------------- The pies were precooked It tells you you need to cook the pies. It tells you the pies need cooking again. It tells you the pies have already been cooked.
What does the prefix 'dis' do to the word appeared in this sentence? -------------------------------------------- The cat disappeared before her very eyes It tells you that the cat appeared bigger than before It tells you that the cat vanished. It tells you that the act appeared to be further away.
What does the suffix 'ful' do to the word house in this sentence? ------------------------------------------------- She had a houseful that weekend It tells you that her house was empty that weekend It tells you that her house was a mess that weekend It tells you that she had lots of people staying in her house that weekend.
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