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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #114454: Mis - Negative Prefix
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    Mis - Negative Prefix


    To Misunderstand  : not  to understand  correctly

    To Misdirect :  to  send something  to  the  wrong  place or direction

    To Mistake  :to  make  an error

    To Misplace  : to  put something  in  the wrong  position

    To Mismanage:   to   inefficiently,  badly control  ( society  / company)

    To  Misuse:  to treat  something/ someone  badly ( also  figuratively )

    To Mistranslate : to  translate  wrongly

    To Misbelieve :  not  to  believe 

    To Mispronounce  : to  pronounce  in the  wrong  way

    To Misbehave :  not  to behave  correctly

    To Mislead  : to  lead in  the  wrong direction ( also  figurative)

    To Misinterpret  :  not  to  understand  correctly 

     



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    1. Dictators and tyrants their power and make themselves hated by everybody.

    2. Pamela, you never understand what I say : you always my words.

    3. The company was , and as a consequence, it went bankrupt in less than no time.

    4. You can't find your spectacles : you always them. How untidy !

    5. Politicians often their potential voters by hiding the truth.

    6. When Ralph drinks too much, he begins to .

    7. Operating instructions of mobiles and electric appliances are often from Japanese.

    8. It's impossible to what he says : he's often proved sincere.

    9. People tend to my name because it's of Hungarian origin.

    10. People often me for my brother : I resemble him a lot.

    11. You have my words : I did not tell you to stay up, waiting for me !

    12. I had a lot of trouble tracing my luggage : my suitcases had been to another airport.









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