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Literacy

We shall be practising our spellings skills today within literacy. It is really important to ensure that words are spelt correctly, so really pay attention to the key rules about our spellings today! 

 

Take a look at the work below and see if you can decide between the de- prefix and the di- prefix.

 

Remember, prefixes are a group of letters that change the meaning of a word when they are added to the start. Most prefixes mean a similar thing when they're added to different words.

 

e.g. 

  1. un usually means not. For example, unhappy, unlocked, unfair
  2. dis and mis usually have negative meanings. For example, disagree, disobey, misbehave, mislead
  3. re usually means again or back. For example, redo, reappear, redecorate
  4. sub usually means under. For example, subheading or submarine
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