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Word Build - MIT/MIS

Word Build - MIT/MISS Practice

root main part of a word that gives the basic meaning of the word
affix word part added to a root or base word to change its meaning; a prefix or suffix
prefix word part added to the beginning of a root or a base word
suffix word part added to the end of a root or a base word
mit/miss root word meaning to send, throw, or put
ad prefix meaning toward, to
com prefix meaning together, with
dis prefix meaning apart, away, not
sub prefix meaning under, below, beneath
per prefix meaning through
re prefix meaning again, back
ed suffix meaning past tense (verb)
ing suffix meaning in the process, happening now
s suffix meaning plural, more than one (noun); or used for subject-verb agreement (verb)
ion suffix meaning in the act, state, or condition (noun)
ly suffix meaning in the manner of (adverb)
ive suffix meaning performs, inclined to, likely to (adjective)
remit to send back (usually related to paying bills)
admits allows to be put in; declares to be true
admission the act of allowing someone to enter; declaration of truth
commit to put into action
commits puts into action
permission the act of giving formal approval
dismissed asked to leave or sent away
dismissing asking to leave or sending away
submissive inclined to put oneself beneath another
submissively in the manner of putting oneself beneath another
Created by: conleyjl



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