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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 taken off. English words are most often ROOTED in Greek or Latin.
Prefix A word part that goes at the beginning of a root word to change the root words meaning. Example: re- in reaction
Suffix A word part that goes at the end of a root word to change the root words meaning. Example: -ion in reaction
Un- Not, reverse action, deprive of, release from.
Dis- Not; opposite of
A- Not or without
Im-/In-/Il-/Ir- (Different spellings based on the first letter of root word) Not or opposite of.
Non- Not or don’t
-able/-ible Can be; able to
-s/-es Makes a noun plural
-ed Makes a verb past tense
-ly Describes how something is done (makes a word an adverb)
Morphology: The analysis of word structure
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