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Suffixes (Words ending in ly, ful, less) Let’s look at some words with these endings!
See how these words have changed! lately bravely cheerful careful useless hopeless What is the root word? late brave cheer care use hope
What do we add to change these words? near poor quiet nearly poorly quietly We add ‘ly’ on the end!
How about these? fear dread bash event fearful dreadful bashful eventful We add ‘ful’ on the end! Notice – only one ‘l’
Let’s change these words! care fear careless fearless What have we added? We can add different suffixes to these words… Watch…
Let’s change this word from it’s root! care careful carefully careless carelessly
Let’s change this word from it’s root! fear fearful fearfully fearless fearlessly
Write down the suffixes of this root word! shame shameful shamefully shameless shamelessly Well Done!
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This teacher led activity aims to remind children of the ‘-less’ suffix which they met in week 8, when it was introduced as reversing the meaning of the.
The. of and a to in is you that it he was.
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The. of and a to in is you that it he for.
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Then we have. to be there that was in I have a.
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