Prefix Practice A free PowerPoint review game from

Prefix Practice A free PowerPoint review game from

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Choose the prefix that means not. a . reb . unc . sub-

Try Again You rock! Click here to go to the next question.

Choose the prefix that means again. a . reb . unc . sub- Try Again

Way to Go! Click here to go to the next question. Choose the prefix that

means under. a . reb . unc . sub- Try Again

Awesome! Click here to go to the next question. Choose the prefix that means distant.

a . preb . misc . tele- Try Again Keep up the

great thinking! Click here to go to the next question.

Choose the prefix that means before. a . preb . misc . tele- Try Again

Wow! Click here to go to the next question. Choose the prefix that

means not correct. a . preb . misc . tele- Try Again

Spectacular! Click here to go to the next question. Choose the prefix that means half.

a . semib . disc . un- Try Again Superb

thinking! Click here to go to the next question. Choose the prefix that means not or to do the

opposite. a . semib . disc . re- Try Again

Rocking Thinking! Click here to go to the next question. Which word might you use

when talking about someone who cant do a job because they have not been trained? a.

unaware b. unsuccessful c. unskilled

Try Again Spectacular! Click here to go to the next question.

Which word might you use when talking about putting something back together that has fallen apart?

a . reattach b . unplug c. dislodge

Try Again Wonderful! Click here to go to the next question.

Which word might you use when talking about a child who has been give the wrong medicine by a doctor.

a . disobey b . recover c. misdiagnos

e Try Again Youve got

it! Click here to go to the next question. Which word might you use

when you quit taking guitar lessons. a . reverse b.

discontinue c. unskilled Try Again

Amazing! Click here to go to the next question. Which word might you use to

describe a toy you might play with at the pool? a. undamaged

b. submersible c. unprotected

Try Again Fabulous! Click here to go to the next question.

Which word might you use when talking about a math problem you got wrong. a.

unfinished b . regroup c. miscalculate

Try Again Marvelous! Click here to go to the next question.

Which word might you use when talking about something you found while planting a flower in your garden.

a . unearth b. rearrange c . disarray

Try Again Way to go! Click here to go to the next question.

Which word might you use when talking about something you are going to get rid of.

a . reappear b . unseen c . discard Try Again

Brilliant! Click here to go to the next question. Find the meaning of each word.

unclutte r a . to clean up

b . to make a mess c . to cut into pieces

Try Again Sensational! Click here to go to the next question.

Find the meaning of each word. reassure a . to correct an answer

b . to practice something again c . to make feel better

Try Again remarkable! Click here to go to the next question.

Find the meaning of each word. semiwe ekly twice a happens

a. week b . happens once a week

c . happens twice a month Try Again

Good for you! Click here to go to the next question. Find the meaning of each word.

disconti nuedoing to keep a.

something b . to end something c . to do something twice

Try Again Nice going! Click here to go to the next question.

Find the meaning of each word. prehisto to happenric many times in

a. history b . to happen before history was

recorded c. to be in a history book

Try Again Unbelievabl e thinking! Click here to go to the next question.

Find the meaning of each word. mispronou a . to use the nce

wrong word in a sentence b . to spell a word the wrong way

c. to say a word the wrong way Try Again

Hooray for you! Click here to go to the next question.

Find the meaning of each word. disapprov a . to think someone e did the wrong

thing b . to think that someone should do something again c. to think that someone

doesnt know the answer Try Again Youve rocked

this prefix practice! Click here to go to the beginning.

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