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PREFIXES Prefixes are letters that are added to the start of another word. HAPPYUN I’m HAPPY I’m UNHAPPY
PREFIXES We use UN- to change the base word (happy) to mean the opposite. HAPPYUN AFRAIDUN BROKENUN LUCKYUN
PREFIXES Prefixes are letters that are added to the start of another word. WRITERE I WRITE ‘Hello students’I REWRITE ‘Hello students' HELLO STUDENTSHELLO STUDENTS
PREFIXES We use RE-to change the base word (write) to mean to do again. WRITERE APPEARRE PLAYRE NAMERE
PREFIXES Prefixes are letters that are added to the start of another word. AGREEDIS I AGREE with youI DISAGREE with you Yes, you are right NO, you are wrong.
PREFIXES We use DIS- to change the base word (agree) to mean not/do the opposite. AGREE DIS APPEARDIS HONESTDIS OBEYDIS
PREFIXES Prefixes are letters that are added to the start of another word. POLITEIM You are very POLITEYou are very IMPOLITE You look Beautiful ! You look Ugly!
PREFIXES We use IM- to change the base word (polite) to mean not. POLITEIM POSSIBLEIM PERFECTIM PATIENTIM
PREFIXES Prefixes are letters that are added to the start of another word. BEHAVEMIS You must BEHAVE in class You must not MISBEHAVE in class
PREFIXES We use MIS- to change the base word (behave) to mean wrongly/badly. BEHAVEMIS SPELLMIS USEMIS PRONOUNCEMIS
PREFIXES PREFIX = to do again = not/opposite = not BASE WORD HAPPY UN = not REWRITE RE DIS AGREE IM POLITE MIS = wrongly/badly BEHAVE MIS NEW WORD
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SUFFIXES Suffixes are letters that are added to the end of another word. CELEBRATEION Let’s CELEBRATE New Years Eve Let’s have a New Years Eve CELEBRATION CELEBRAT
SUFFIXES We use –ION to change the base word (celebrate) from a verb into a noun. CELEBRATETION COLLECTTION POLLUTETION VACATETION VACA CELEBRA POLLU
SUFFIXES Suffixes are letters that are added to the end of another word. HOMELESS We have a HOME I don’t have a home. I’m HOMELESS
SUFFIXES We use –LESS to change the base word (home) from a noun into an adjective. HOMELESS FEARLESS SLEEPLESS PAINLESS
SUFFIXES Suffixes are letters that are added to the end of another word. ENJOYABLE I ENJOY watching TVTV is ENJOYABLE to watch
SUFFIXES We use –ABLE to change the base word (enjoy) from a verb into an adjective. ENJOYABLE WEARABLE BREAKABLE LIKEABLE
SUFFIXES Suffixes are letters that are added to the end of another word. LOUDLY The Girl was LOUD The girl shouted LOUDLY
SUFFIXES We use –LY to change the base word (loud) from an adjective into an adverb. LOUDLY QUICKLY SLOWLY BRAVELY
SUFFIXES Suffixes are letters that are added to the end of another word. COLOURFUL That rainbow has a lot of COLOUR The rainbow is very COLOURFUL
SUFFIXES We use –FUL to change the base word (colour) from a noun into an adjective. COLOURFUL WONDERFUL RESPECTFUL PEACE FUL
SUFFIXES NOUN VERB SUFFIX CELEBRATE HOME ION VERB LESS HOMELESS CELEBRATION NOUN ADJECTIVE ENJOYENJOYABLE ADJECTIVE LOUD ADVERB LOUDLY ABLE LY NOUN COLOUR ADJECTIVE COLOURFUL FUL BASE WORDNEW WORD
Review Meanings of Prefixes and Suffixes You will need to get out your flashcards that have the prefixes and suffixes on them.
1) Students will learn to identify base words. 2) They will learn the meaning of various prefixes and suffixes. 3) They will learn how these prefixes.
Prefixes and Suffixes. Base Words Base words, or root words, is a word that can stand alone. love sleep help decide take understand.
A base word is a word in its simplest form. A base word has nothing added to it. Examples: Do Heat Write Read Pack.
A base or root word is a word in its simplest form. A base word has nothing added to it. Examples: Do Heat Write Read Pack.
Learn how to use prefixes, suffixes, and base words to find the meanings of words.
Subject: Communication Arts Objective: Prefixes, Suffixes, and Base Words Name: Angie Binkhoelter Grade Level: 3 Lesson Overview: Students will learn.
PREFIXES & SUFFIXES Copyright © 2010 Kelly Mott. Q: What do the words player and replay have in common? A: They're both formed from the root word play.
ROOT WORDS (BATCH 1). Root Word A root word is a word with roots in another language. They’re what’s left once all affixes (prefixes and suffixes are.
What are they and why do we need to know them?. Prefix - beginning Root – main word Suffix - ending Prefix Root Suffix.
What are they and why do we need to know them?. Prefix - beginning Root – main word Suffix - ending.
Created by Vanessa Pelfrey Prefixes are letters that are added to the beginning of a word.
Let’s get started! Find your seat quickly and quietly Unpack your belongings Sort your baggie of prefix words Hold up a silent peace sign to signal you.
Goal: Students will use knowledge of word recognition skills. Students will practice using prefixes and suffixes to determine how the meaning of the.
What are they and why do we need to know them? Alnjah JHS.
-Fixes, -Nyms,-Phones, and -Graphs, 2 Letter Groups Homos – Greek meaning for similar or alike Fixus – Latin meaning for to fasten Phone – Greek for.
Phonics - Prefixes Pushing Up the Sky. Prefixes (un-; re-; mis-; dis-) Prefixes add to or change the meaning of a word. Prefixes add to or change the.
How many words can you make from the letters in: UNDERSTANDABLE DO NOW!
A prefix is a word part added to the beginning of a root word.
How can prefixes and suffixes change a root word?
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Reading 1 September 20, Homework Review What are the three strategies we use to figure out the meaning of a word? – Signal words: or, this is, other.
Un- Pre- -ed Dis- before -ly not, opposite Ir-/il-/im-/in- Verb form/present participle -s/-es not again more than one wrongly Mis- without Characteristic.
P REFIXES AND SUFFIXES P REFIX A prefix is a letter or a group of letters added to the beginning of a word.
ROOT WORDS Many English words are formed by taking basic words and adding combinations of prefixes and suffixes to them. A basic word to which affixes.
Derivational morphemes Viktoriya POLTAVETS SÖNMEZ
Prefix and Suffix Prefixes are put at the beginning of a word to change its meaning. Suffixes go at the end of a word to change its meaning.
Pushing Up the Sky By: Joseph Bruchac Day 4 Pushing Up the Sky Author: Joseph Bruchac Illustrator: Teresa Flavin Genre: Play Comprehension Skill: Author’s.
MORPHOLOGY : THE STRUCTURE OF WORDS. MORPHOLOGY Morphology deals with the syntax of complex words and parts of words, also called morphemes, as well as.
Adjective PLAY Adverb or. Adjective or adverb Adjectives modify nouns. She is very quiet. Adverbs modify verbs. She speaks very quietly. NEXT adjective.
What are prefixes and suffixes? Prefixes and suffixes are sets of letters that are added to the beginning or end of another word. They are not words in.
Prefixes. What is a prefix? A prefix is a word part attached to the beginning of a base word. A prefix is a word part attached to the beginning of a base.
Un- re- mis- pre- dis- Copyright Deb Hanson© 2013.
Forty Most Frequent Prefixes and Suffixes Word Beginnings and Endings You Can Really Use.
1 Objective: I can determine the effect affixes have on root words. Key Vocabulary affix prefix suffix root word effect Essential Questions 1. What is.
Prefix and Suffix. What is a prefix A beginning that is added to a root word A beginning that is added to a root word For example: For example: Purpose.
You will need your book, workbo ok, journal, and pencil.
Negative Prefixes A prefix is added to the beginning of a word, or to a word root to change its meaning. For example adding un to pleasant becomes unpleasant.
Use the correct prefix and form the opposite (part 1) animated sounds 21 slides play.
Vocabulary 1 Sample Questions Part One.  Use each of the following in a sentence: o borrow__________________________________ o have a rest_______________________________.
PREFIXES AND SUFFIXES. PREFIXES and SUFFIXES create new words, usually by modifying or changing the meaning of a ROOT WORD.If we take a root word like.
Rules Always answer in the form of a question 50 points deducted for wrong answer.
Forty Most Frequent Prefixes and Suffixes Word Beginnings and Endings You Can Really Use Mr Ashraf A.Aziz (TEFL Instructor and Trainer)
The Development of English Unit 1: Germanic and Latinate Words.
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