3 Common Prefixes to Tackle Vocabulary Questions and Editing

Hi everyone! I am Ms. Tan, a teacher at Lil’ but Mighty!

What do you do when you come across a word in which you are unsure of in terms of its meaning?

One thing you can do to make a reasonable guess about its meaning is actually to look at the parts that make it up.

In these 2 weeks’ videos, I am going to highlight to you some prefixes and suffixes that will help you make a good guess about the meaning of a word.


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I hope that you have enjoyed this video and learnt something today!

I will see you again in part 2, and I will tell you more about suffixes!


Ms. Sze Li

Ms Tan Sze Li is an English Teacher at Lil’ but Mighty. As a teacher, she strongly believes that learning is a journey for everyone – student and teacher alike. After every lesson, the students leave with new knowledge. Her hope is to inspire students to become inquisitive learners who will spark a change in the world with their thirst for knowledge.

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