T e aching Phonics & Word Study in the Intermediate Grades • Scholastic Professional Books 214 * Suffixes Guidelines : A suffix is a letter, or group of letters, that is added to the end of a root (base) word.
Prefixes, roots,suffixes Prefixes, roots,suffixes. prefixes,rootrs, suffixes/handout/3/00 GPC/Dunwoody/ISS Writing Lab 1 Common Prefixes, Roots, and Suffixes Word Parts Meaning Example a, an without, not atypical ab away (from) absent able, ible capable of portable, edible ac characteristic of ...
Building Vocabulary: Prefixes, Roots, and Suffixes Page 1 Developed by Judith Wilde, PhD for Beta Group - Albuquerque, NM and Arlington, VA (rev 8/06).
Positive Comparative Superlative Short words use er/est. cool cooler coolest Longer words use more/most or less/least. popular more popular most popular Words with suffixes often use more/most and less/least (ed, ly, ful, ous, ive, less, able) wonderful more wonderful most wonderful o n a n o t h e r p a p e r Pecos Bill and Paul ...
Suffixes Chapter Sections I. Introduction II. Combining Forms III. Suffixes and Terminology IV. Exercises and Answers V. Review VI. Pronunciation of Terms VII.
Copyright 2009 LessonSnips www.lessonsnips. com Suffixes A suffix is a letter, syllable, or word that is added to a root or stem of a word to either form a new word or add to its meaning.
Microsoft Word - Suffix.doc. SUFFIXES Page 1 Suffix Meaning Part of SpeechExample(s) acy relating to; action; quality; state (noun) accuracy ance relating to; action; quality; state (noun) reliance ary state or quality of being (adj) (noun) contrary able, ible able to; capable of (adj) agreeable ...
... Words with Suffixes continued Jeanne S. Chall and Helen M. Popp, Teaching and Assessing Phonics: A Guide for Teachers , available from Educators Publishing Service.
Copyright © 2006 Pearson Education. All rights reserved. www. long man. com/totalenglish/ Suffix or prefix? TEACHER'S NOTES: Aim: to provide further practice of prefixes and suffixes.
Vocabulary Through Morphemes (research base and curriculum overview) Page 1 of 16 Vocabulary Through Morphemes: Suffixes, Prefixes, and Roots for Intermediate Grades Research base and curriculum overview Susan M. Ebbers Draft September 2009