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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #17261: Prefixes
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    Choose the right prefix in order to tell the opposite.

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    1. The remark seemed so utterly -relevant that I did not even take the trouble to answer it.

    2. ... -impressed, the dog plopped on the sand ...

    3. The company is -deterred by demonstrations.

    4. They are a little -mature for the first grade.

    5. It is no place for a young and -experienced girl.

    6. He was an -literate farm worker.

    7. Splitting up existing counties creates -balance of wealth.

    8. Explore the relations between -direct and direct leadership.

    9. Now and then he would -appear for several days.

    10. She had the -hap of breaking her spectacles.

    11. The -placed children have ended up in our county.

    12. He -took his wife for her sister.

    13. She was given a conditional -charge.

    14. It was a bit rude and -appropriate.

    15. It is -clear how prepared he will be.

    16. Perhaps it was his -fortune, or good luck, ...

    17. Demolition seems a strange way to save our heritage from -repair and dereliction.

    18. How many of the 10 companies will still be -dependent by the end of this year.

    19. He found his -timely death in a car accident.

    20. One day, through accident or -understanding, some fool will 'press the button'.

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