Some common prefixes in the English language are "pre-," "un-," "re-" and "de-," according to Cambridge Dictionaries Online. Other common prefixes include "over-," "auto-," "anti-" and "mis-." More »

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Some commonly used prefixes in English are anti-, de-, dis-, non-, mis-, pro-, sub-, semi-, pre-, post-, trans-, tri-, inter- and micro-. When attached to the beginning of a word, these common prefixes indicate the meani... More »

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To use a root word dictionary, type a root word into the search bar of the dictionary to obtain the necessary results. Websites that feature root word dictionaries include LearnThat.org and MacroEvolution.net. These webs... More »

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A career path is the steady progress an individual makes in his or her line of work, according to Cambridge Dictionaries Online. A person's career path may involve one job or a series of jobs. For example, the career pat... More »

One method of studying prefixes in the English language is to memorize commonly used affixes as well as the meanings each extends to the attached root word, called a stem. Prefixes such as "re-," meaning "again," and "di... More »

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Two-letter prefixes in the English language include "bi-," "co-," "de-," "re-" and "un-." Another two-letter prefix, "In," meaning "not," has the variants "il-," im-" and "ir-," based upon the letter at the beginning of ... More »

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A person can learn English by practicing the language consistently, studying phrases and spending time in places where English is spoken. He should avoid spending too much time studying English grammar. More »

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