An Atlas of the Global Water Cycle by Wee Ho Lim and Michael L. Roderick

By Wee Ho Lim and Michael L. Roderick

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As you grow familiar with the meanings and nuances of prefixes, you will become better equipped to choose the correct one to use in any situation. COMMON PREFIXES This list of prefixes covers the most common prefixes, their meanings, and some examples of words using each prefix. Review this list just as you did the list of roots in Lesson 5. qxd:JSB 50 5/14/09 12:51 PM Page 50 word parts and forms Prefix Meaning Example sub- under substrate, sublimate super- above, over superficial, superscript syn- with, together synthesis, synonym trans- across transmit, transfer tri- three triad, triangle un- not unable, unacceptable NUMERICAL PREFIXES Several prefixes refer to numbers; thinking about them as a group may help you to remember them better.

Qxd:JSB 5/14/09 12:50 PM Page 25 pronunciation k k as in kid, c as in cookie l l as in lie, le as in beetle m m as in man n n as in fun o ˘ o as in mop o¯ o as in toe ô o as in torn, a as in warm, aw as in awkward oi oi as in noise, oy as in boy û oo as in foot, u as in put ow ou as in out p p as in pin r r as in real s s as in mess, c as in city t t as in tiny th th as in the th th as in thin u ˘ u as in run, o as in honey u¯ u as in uniform ü oo as in boot yû u as in cure, cute v v as in visit w w as in why z z as in zombie zh si as in vision, ge as in garage TIP: A good dictionary will include more than just definitions.

Qxd:JSB 5/14/09 12:50 PM Page 31 word meanings 31 You might recall spending lots of time in grade school reviewing list after list of vocabulary words in preparation for your weekly spelling test. Although this thought may bring back bad memories, lists can help you learn what words mean. Using the suggestions laid out in Lesson 1, develop a master word list of confusing words, homonyms, and other words that give you trouble, and look up their definitions in the dictionary. Write them out on flash cards and test yourself whenever you have free time, or at a designated time each day or every week.

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