Rule: ‘un’ and ‘dis’ at the beginning of a word means not, and ‘de’ means making the opposite of



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Rule: ‘un’ and ‘dis’ at the beginning of a word means not, and ‘de’ means making the opposite of.


“I could see that your dog is ______________ he is misbehaving!” Said Grandad

The passengers began to _______________ the ship.

Winter has arrived! Let’s _______________ our blow up paddling pool…

“I was so worried about you, I nearly called the police! Please don’t ___________ again!”

After dragging myself out of bed, I tripped over my Negel Vasser, fell on the floor and smashed my glasses- I am feeling very ________________.

Plants and animals _______________ and pile together to make sedimentary rocks.

I wouldn’t want to do anything to __________ him, he has a frightful temper!

Jack was thrown into the police car after he was ____________ at the bank.

If you don’t brush your teeth, wash your face, and scrub your nails you will be rather ______________.

He put the letter down and thought, “I must ___________this immediately!”

Year three is a class of ______________ talent!!!!!!!
Spelling practise: Look, say, cover, write, check

Look

Say

Cover

Write

Check

untrained












unlucky













unpopular













unusual













decompose













deflate













decode













disappear













dishonest













displease













disembark













Now choose two of the words above and include it in your own sentence!

1. _____________________________________________________________________________________________

2. _____________________________________________________________________________________________

3. _____________________________________________________________________________________________



4. ______________________________________________________________________________________________

Parents Signature__________________________


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