This language lesson is designed for 6 to 12-year-old children. It aims to guide them about the usage of the prefixes ‘UN’ and ‘MIS’.

What is a prefix?
A prefix is a word or a letter that is placed at the beginning of another word. Adding a prefix changes the meaning of the base word and forms a new word.

In this video, the child learns the meanings of the prefixes ‘UN’ and ‘MIS’. It helps them understand the usage of the prefix with different root words to make a meaningful new word.

Encourage the child to practice this concept with different English words as shown in the video and help them add new words to their vocabulary.

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Video Created by: Justine McNeilly