A prefix is placed at the beginning of a word to change its meaning. For example, the suffix re- means either again or back as in return, repeat or refurbish.
The following 4 prefixes are easy to confuse because they all have a negative meaning.
The prefix un means not, reverse action, deprive of, release from. For example, unable or unfair.
The prefix mis means wrong. For example, mistake or misunderstand.
The prefix dis also means not and opposite of. For example, disconnect.
The prefix im can also mean not and opposite of. For example, impossible,
Now choose the correct prefix in the following sentences: