il— means before
ill— means not
im— means before
in— also means not
in— or it could mean into
income, influx, ingrain, invite
inter— among, between
interchange, interfere, interlude
irr— means not
- Look at the list of examples of prefixes. Can you add a suffix onto any of them to create different words?
- Can you think of suffixes that start with the letter I?
Special reading assignment
- His interest is in iconography.
- Going into the interior, his instrument indicated that a new installation is important.