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Spelling patterns: the prefix un-

Spelling patterns: the prefix un-
A prefix is a string of letters that is added on to the start of a word. When you add the prefix ‘un-’ to a word, it gives the word the opposite meaning. Can you use this rule to change the meaning of words in these sentences?
Keystage:  KS1, Year 1

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