# The Word Within The Word Volume 1 List One Test

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### Ante

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The word "before" is defined as something that happens earlier or prior to another event or time. In this case, "ante" is a Latin word that means "before." Therefore, the correct answer is "before" because it accurately represents the meaning of the word "ante."

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### Anti

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The word "anti" is a prefix that means "against." It is commonly used to indicate opposition or opposition to something. For example, "anti-war" means against war, and "anti-social" means against being social. Therefore, the correct answer is "against."

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### Circum

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The word "circum" means "around" in Latin. It is a prefix that is commonly used in English to indicate something that is located or happening around a particular object or area. For example, "circumference" refers to the distance around the edge of a circle. In this context, "around" is the correct answer because it accurately reflects the meaning of the word "circum".

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### Equi

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The word "equal" is the correct answer because it is synonymous with "equi," which means equal or same.

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### Inter

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The word "between" is a preposition that is used to indicate the position or location of something in relation to two other things. It is commonly used to describe the space or interval that separates two objects or points. In this context, "between" is the correct answer because it is synonymous with "inter" and means the same thing.

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### Intra

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The word "intra" means "within" or "inside." This suggests that the correct answer is "within," indicating that something is located or happening inside a particular place or group.

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### Post

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The word "after" is a preposition that indicates a temporal relationship between two events or points in time. It suggests that something occurs following or subsequent to another event or time period. In this context, "after" implies that the action of "post" takes place later or comes after something else.

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### Pre

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The word "pre" means "before" in Latin. Therefore, the correct answer is "before".

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### Semi

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The word "semi" is a prefix that means "half" or "partially." Therefore, the correct answer is "half," as it is the closest synonym to "semi."

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### Syn

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The word "syn" is a prefix that means "together" or "with". Therefore, the correct answer for this question is "together".

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### Tri

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The word "tri" is a prefix that means "three" in Latin. Therefore, when combined with the word "three," it forms the complete word "three."

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