What are three examples of prefixes in Chapter 7 of Bud, Not Buddy?  

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Some of the words containing prefixes used in chapter 7 are described below along with the meaning of the prefix. Many common prefixes are used throughout this upper elementary to middle school level, young adult novel.

The word concerning is used in chapter 7. The prefix "con-" means with and...

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Some of the words containing prefixes used in chapter 7 are described below along with the meaning of the prefix. Many common prefixes are used throughout this upper elementary to middle school level, young adult novel.

The word concerning is used in chapter 7. The prefix "con-" means with and is also found in words such as concert and concur.

The word retrieve is used in chapter 7. The prefix "re-" means again. It is also found in words such as rewrite and repaint.

The word divide is used in chapter 7. The prefix "di-" means two or double. It is also found in words such as dilemma and digraph.

The word pretended is used in chapter 7. The prefix "pre-" means before. It is also found in words such as pretext and prelude.

 

 

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