We add ‘un-’ to make opposites.
For example, true — untrue.
"Add ‘un’– to the words below to make their opposites. Then look up the
meanings of the words you have formed in the dictionary."
l. identified —————
2. controlled —————
3. attended ——————
4. successful —————
5. important —————
6. educated ——————
7. interesting —————
8. qualified ——————
9. trained ——————–
10. answerable ———–—

NCERT Class 6th: Honeysuckle English Ch 4 An Indian-American Women in Space: Kalpana Chawla



L. identified ==>unidentified
not recognized or identified.

2. controlled ==>uncontrolled
not controlled.

3. attended ==>unattended
not noticed or dealt with.

4. successful ==>unsuccessful
not successful.

5. important ==>unimportant 
lacking in importance or significance.

6. educated ==>uneducated
having or showing a poor level of education.

7. interesting ==>uninteresting 
not arousing curiosity or interest

8. qualified ==>unqualified
not officially recognized as a practitioner of a particular profession or activity through having satisfied the relevant conditions or requirements.

9. trained ==>untrained
not having been trained in a particular skill.

10. answerable ==>unanswerable
unable to be answered.
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frst frgt about dis.........if u cnt undrstnd
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ok leave it