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“Prefixes “

17 Ene

“Prefixes

One way to increase your vocabulary is to learn to reognize and to use prefixes.
A prefix: is one or two more syllables palced in front of  a root word to change the meaning of the root
Prefix         root                   new word
Dis          +   appear     =          disappear
Re            +  appear     =          reappear
Pre          +   appear     =          preappear

Prefixes Having More Than One  Meaning
Dis         
in-    ir –  il –   im–  
pro-
re-
 super
trans– 
 un-

“Prefixes “  — ( DIS )

Prefix                  Meaning            Example 
         
 1.  dis                     Opposite of          distrust      
It means : the opposite of trust

2. dis                          Depriving of       dispirit     
It means : to deprive of cheerful spirits

 3.Dis                             Away  –           dispacth                      


it means : to send off o away                     
 
 

 “Prefixes “  — ( in / ir / il / im )

Meaning            Example          
 1. not                  incomplete / not complete
                             impossible / not possible
                              irregular /  not regular
2. In, Into          investigate  / to look into              
 3. Very            illustrious / shining brightly / famous  
 
“Prefixes “  — (  Pro)
 Meaning                 Example          
 1. In favor of         procapitalism/
                                 in favor of  capitalism
                             
2. Forward, ahead        propel /
                                            to push forward    

          
 “Prefixes “  — (  Re)
Meaning                 Example          
 1. Again                  preplant /
                                 to plant again
                             
2. Back                      Repay  /
                                     to pay back      


“Prefixes “  — (  Super )    

  Meaning                                Example          
 1. Over and above               superman /
                                                   more than human
                             
2. Very large                       supertank   /
                                                 very large tank  
              
    
 “Prefixes “  — (  Trans )

 Meaning                                Example          
 1. across                transatlantic /
                                   across the atlantic 
                             
2. Beyond                     transnational    /
                            beyond national boundaries     
           
    
“Prefixes “  — (  Un )

 Meaning                                Example          
 1. not                           unafraid  /
                                       not afraid  
                             
2. The opposite of                untie /
                                             the opposite of tie

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“Prefixes “

17 Ene

“Prefixes

One way to increase your vocabulary is to learn to reognize and to use prefixes.
A prefix: is one or two more syllables palced in front of  a root word to change the meaning of the root
Prefix         root                   new word
Dis          +   appear     =          disappear
Re            +  appear     =          reappear
Pre          +   appear     =          preappear

Prefixes Having More Than One  Meaning
Dis         
in-    ir –  il –   im–  
pro-
re-
 super
trans– 
 un-

“Prefixes “  — ( DIS )

Prefix                  Meaning            Example 
         
 1.  dis                     Opposite of          distrust      
It means : the opposite of trust

2. dis                          Depriving of       dispirit     
It means : to deprive of cheerful spirits

 3.Dis                             Away  –           dispacth                      


it means : to send off o away                     
 
 

 “Prefixes “  — ( in / ir / il / im )

Meaning            Example          
 1. not                  incomplete / not complete
                             impossible / not possible
                              irregular /  not regular
2. In, Into          investigate  / to look into              
 3. Very            illustrious / shining brightly / famous  
 
“Prefixes “  — (  Pro)
 Meaning                 Example          
 1. In favor of         procapitalism/
                                 in favor of  capitalism
                             
2. Forward, ahead        propel /
                                            to push forward    

          
 “Prefixes “  — (  Re)
Meaning                 Example          
 1. Again                  preplant /
                                 to plant again
                             
2. Back                      Repay  /
                                     to pay back      


“Prefixes “  — (  Super )    

  Meaning                                Example          
 1. Over and above               superman /
                                                   more than human
                             
2. Very large                       supertank   /
                                                 very large tank  
              
    
 “Prefixes “  — (  Trans )

 Meaning                                Example          
 1. across                transatlantic /
                                   across the atlantic 
                             
2. Beyond                     transnational    /
                            beyond national boundaries     
           
    
“Prefixes “  — (  Un )

 Meaning                                Example          
 1. not                           unafraid  /
                                       not afraid  
                             
2. The opposite of                untie /
                                             the opposite of tie

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“Prefixes “

17 Ene

“Prefixes

One way to increase your vocabulary is to learn to reognize and to use prefixes.
A prefix: is one or two more syllables palced in front of  a root word to change the meaning of the root
Prefix         root                   new word
Dis          +   appear     =          disappear
Re            +  appear     =          reappear
Pre          +   appear     =          preappear

Prefixes Having More Than One  Meaning
Dis         
in-    ir –  il –   im–  
pro-
re-
 super
trans– 
 un-

“Prefixes “  — ( DIS )

Prefix                  Meaning            Example 
         
 1.  dis                     Opposite of          distrust      
It means : the opposite of trust

2. dis                          Depriving of       dispirit     
It means : to deprive of cheerful spirits

 3.Dis                             Away  –           dispacth                      


it means : to send off o away                     
 
 

 “Prefixes “  — ( in / ir / il / im )

Meaning            Example          
 1. not                  incomplete / not complete
                             impossible / not possible
                              irregular /  not regular
2. In, Into          investigate  / to look into              
 3. Very            illustrious / shining brightly / famous  
 
“Prefixes “  — (  Pro)
 Meaning                 Example          
 1. In favor of         procapitalism/
                                 in favor of  capitalism
                             
2. Forward, ahead        propel /
                                            to push forward    

          
 “Prefixes “  — (  Re)
Meaning                 Example          
 1. Again                  preplant /
                                 to plant again
                             
2. Back                      Repay  /
                                     to pay back      


“Prefixes “  — (  Super )    

  Meaning                                Example          
 1. Over and above               superman /
                                                   more than human
                             
2. Very large                       supertank   /
                                                 very large tank  
              
    
 “Prefixes “  — (  Trans )

 Meaning                                Example          
 1. across                transatlantic /
                                   across the atlantic 
                             
2. Beyond                     transnational    /
                            beyond national boundaries     
           
    
“Prefixes “  — (  Un )

 Meaning                                Example          
 1. not                           unafraid  /
                                       not afraid  
                             
2. The opposite of                untie /
                                             the opposite of tie

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“Prefixes “

17 Ene

“Prefixes

One way to increase your vocabulary is to learn to reognize and to use prefixes.
A prefix: is one or two more syllables palced in front of  a root word to change the meaning of the root
Prefix         root                   new word
Dis          +   appear     =          disappear
Re            +  appear     =          reappear
Pre          +   appear     =          preappear

Prefixes Having More Than One  Meaning
Dis         
in-    ir –  il –   im–  
pro-
re-
 super
trans– 
 un-

“Prefixes “  — ( DIS )

Prefix                  Meaning            Example 
         
 1.  dis                     Opposite of          distrust      
It means : the opposite of trust

2. dis                          Depriving of       dispirit     
It means : to deprive of cheerful spirits

 3.Dis                             Away  –           dispacth                      


it means : to send off o away                     
 
 

 “Prefixes “  — ( in / ir / il / im )

Meaning            Example          
 1. not                  incomplete / not complete
                             impossible / not possible
                              irregular /  not regular
2. In, Into          investigate  / to look into              
 3. Very            illustrious / shining brightly / famous  
 
“Prefixes “  — (  Pro)
 Meaning                 Example          
 1. In favor of         procapitalism/
                                 in favor of  capitalism
                             
2. Forward, ahead        propel /
                                            to push forward    

          
 “Prefixes “  — (  Re)
Meaning                 Example          
 1. Again                  preplant /
                                 to plant again
                             
2. Back                      Repay  /
                                     to pay back      


“Prefixes “  — (  Super )    

  Meaning                                Example          
 1. Over and above               superman /
                                                   more than human
                             
2. Very large                       supertank   /
                                                 very large tank  
              
    
 “Prefixes “  — (  Trans )

 Meaning                                Example          
 1. across                transatlantic /
                                   across the atlantic 
                             
2. Beyond                     transnational    /
                            beyond national boundaries     
           
    
“Prefixes “  — (  Un )

 Meaning                                Example          
 1. not                           unafraid  /
                                       not afraid  
                             
2. The opposite of                untie /
                                             the opposite of tie

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“Anomalous Finites “

17 Ene
“Anomalous 
Are called sometimes : Auxiliary verbs, special finites or  modal auxiliaries .
First year students should be acquainted with the following :
Be, have , do , did, can, couldmust, shall, will
Second  year students should be acquainted with the following :
 should, would, may , might, ought to,
daren’t, needn’t, had better, would rather
 Have  conjugated without “ do “
 In American English  “have normally takes “ do “ for all its uses except Perfect tenses.
A)When meaning to  possessor ownan object or a characteristic.
e.g:
My mother hasn’t any car
A circle hasn’t any corners

“Anomalous — Have  “
Have  conjugated with “ do “
B) Causative    
e.g:
My mother didn’t have it mended
 We didn’t have the car washed 
Have  conjugated with “ do “
c) Meaning  to  “experience   
e.g:
My mother did have a good time last night
 We didn’t have trouble to find it.
Have to   conjugated without or  with “ do “ replacingMust
D) Meaning  to  “Must “   
e.g:
     Have you to study  hard?
    Do you have to study hard
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“Anomalous Finites “

17 Ene
“Anomalous 
Are called sometimes : Auxiliary verbs, special finites or  modal auxiliaries .
First year students should be acquainted with the following :
Be, have , do , did, can, couldmust, shall, will
Second  year students should be acquainted with the following :
 should, would, may , might, ought to,
daren’t, needn’t, had better, would rather
 Have  conjugated without “ do “
 In American English  “have normally takes “ do “ for all its uses except Perfect tenses.
A)When meaning to  possessor ownan object or a characteristic.
e.g:
My mother hasn’t any car
A circle hasn’t any corners

“Anomalous — Have  “
Have  conjugated with “ do “
B) Causative    
e.g:
My mother didn’t have it mended
 We didn’t have the car washed 
Have  conjugated with “ do “
c) Meaning  to  “experience   
e.g:
My mother did have a good time last night
 We didn’t have trouble to find it.
Have to   conjugated without or  with “ do “ replacingMust
D) Meaning  to  “Must “   
e.g:
     Have you to study  hard?
    Do you have to study hard
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“Anomalous Finites “

17 Ene
“Anomalous 
Are called sometimes : Auxiliary verbs, special finites or  modal auxiliaries .
First year students should be acquainted with the following :
Be, have , do , did, can, couldmust, shall, will
Second  year students should be acquainted with the following :
 should, would, may , might, ought to,
daren’t, needn’t, had better, would rather
 Have  conjugated without “ do “
 In American English  “have normally takes “ do “ for all its uses except Perfect tenses.
A)When meaning to  possessor ownan object or a characteristic.
e.g:
My mother hasn’t any car
A circle hasn’t any corners

“Anomalous — Have  “
Have  conjugated with “ do “
B) Causative    
e.g:
My mother didn’t have it mended
 We didn’t have the car washed 
Have  conjugated with “ do “
c) Meaning  to  “experience   
e.g:
My mother did have a good time last night
 We didn’t have trouble to find it.
Have to   conjugated without or  with “ do “ replacingMust
D) Meaning  to  “Must “   
e.g:
     Have you to study  hard?
    Do you have to study hard
I’m your Personal English Coach in Granollers, Barcelona.
You can follow me on :

See ya.