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CECyTEM
COLEGIO DE ESTUDIOS CIENTIFICOS Y TECNOLOGICOS DEL ESTADO DE MEXICO

STUDENT:
BALTAZAR REYES BENITEZ

TEACHER:
CESAR RIOS CORTES

SUBJECT:
ENGLISH

FOLDER OF EVIDENCE
PREFIXESIN ENGLISH, AVERY COMMON WAY TO GIVE POSITIVE ADJECTIVES A NEGATIVE MEANING IS TO ADD A PREFIX: UN-, MIS-, DIS-, IM-, IN-.
EXAMPLES:
NATURAL- DISNATURAL
POSSIBLE- IMPOSSIBLE
PREDICTABLE-IMPREDICTABLE

RECOGNIZING COGNATES
COGNATES ARE WORDS WICH SIMILAR IN TWO OR MORE LANGUAGES. LOOK AT THESE EXAMPLES:
ENGLISH: UNIVERSITY, DISCOVER, AFFECT
SPANISH: UNIVERSIDAD, DESCUBRIR, AFECTAR
WHENYOU SEE AN UNFAMILIAR WORD IN A TEXT, CHECK TO SEE IF IT LOOKS LIKE A WORD IN YOUR LANGUAGE.
COGNATES ARE ESPECIALLY COMMON IN SCIENTIFIC WRITING AND THEY CAN HELP YOU UNDERSTAND A TEXT.

SUFFIXESSUFFIXES ARE ENDINGS ADDED TO WORDS TO CHANGE THEIR PART OF SPEECH.
EXAMPLE: CONSIDER (VERB), CONSIDERATE/ CONSIDERABLE (ADJECTIVES), CONSIDERABLY (ADVERB), CONSIDERATION (NOUN).
IF YOU UNDERSTANHOW SUFFIXES CHANGE PARTS OF SPEECH, IT CAN HELP YOU UNDERSTAND A TEXT.
EXAMPLES:
-ION: DECISION, RECOMMENDATION= NOUN
-IAN: HISTORIAN, POLITICIAN= ADVERB
-FUL: BEAUTIFUL, AWFUL= ADJECTIVERELATIVE CLAUSES
RELATIVE CLAUSES GIVE US MORE INFORMATION ABOUT A WORD OR PHRASE.
THEY BEGIN A RELATIVE PRONOUN: WHO, WHERE, AND HAVE A VER AND AN OBJECT

EXAMPLES:
1. - MY BROTHER, WHO IS A VERYRELAXED PERSON: THAT CAN´T BE SOLVED QUICKLY.
2. - MONTERREY, WHICH IS A LARGE CITY IN NORTHERN MEXICO: IS A MAJOR IDUSTRAL CENTER.

SYNONYMS
SYNONYMS ARE PAIRS OR GROUPS OF WORDS WHICH HAVE THE SAMEMEANINGS. KNOWING DIFFERENT WORDS WHICH MEAN THE SAME THING IS A WAY TO EXTEND YOUR VOCABULARY.
EXAMPLES:
1. – PAGE- SHEET
2. - THIN- SKYNNY
3. – PRETTY- BEAUTIFUL
4. – UGLY- HORRIBLEANTONYMS
ANTONYMS ARE PAIRS OF WORDS/PHRASES WITH OPPOSITE MEANINGS, E.G. BIG - SMALL
EXAMPLES:
1. - WHITE- BLACK
2. - STRONG- LONG
3. - TALL- SHORT
4. - YOUNG- OLD

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