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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #79885: Negative Prefixes
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    Negative Prefixes

    Add the appropriate prefix  to the words below to form a new word with a negative sense:


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    1. She was able to take the test because she was really sick.

    2. I can't go out today. I just got back from vacation and I really need to pack.

    3. Oh, my goodness! This horrible heat is going to hydrate the poor players.

    4. Are you sane? If you do this jump you're going to die.

    5. So you are simply going to regard everything I told you about him and just go on this date.

    6. I find it highly probable that he will come to your party. He doesn't like crowds.

    7. The accident caused reparable damage to his car.

    8. The worst enemy in a relationship is trust.

    9. I'm absolutely sure it wasn't Kate. She's capable of something like that.

    10. I don't think the police will be able to arm the drug dealers.

    11. Oh, Mary, you're so grateful! He's always done so much to help you.

    12. It's extremely likely I'll do well on this test. I didn't study a thing.

    13. Her father approved of her dating John. He thinks John is a bad influence.

    14. I believe this information is accurate. This cannot be true.

    15. I don't understand anything he says; he's so articulate.

    16. This table is steady. I believe one of the legs is crooked.

    17. I'm not sure if it's legal. Why don't you ask your lawyer friend ?

    18. I love Jane! She's so fun and complicated.

    19. Oh, come on. You must agree this is absolutely moral.

    20. When you're done using the computer make sure to connect it.

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