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Prefixes and Suffixes

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Demi Brog

on 26 February 2013

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Transcript of Prefixes and Suffixes

Prefixes and Suffixes Reading: Foundational Skills Standard 3:
Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.

Objective 1:
Identify and know the meaning of the most common prefixes and derivation suffixes.

Prefix: A part of a word that comes in front of the root and changes its meaning.
Suffix: the part added to the end of the word after the root. It can often change the meaning or part of speech. FUL Prefixes and Suffixes DIS Prefix meaning the opposite, exclude, absence of, reverse the meaning of the verb. Prefix meaning not, opposite of, lacking, reverses the meaning of the verb. Suffix meaning full of, forming adjectives. UN LESS Suffix meaning without, when added to a verb or noun it changes to an adjective. DISLIKE Many children DISLIKE broccoli. DISAPPEAR
Magicians make rabbits DISAPPEAR. DISASSEMBLE Sam Needed to DISASSEBLE the car to fix it. DISCOMFORT
Larry Felt DISCOMFORT after eating way too much! DISAGREE The judge said that he is going to DISAGREE and prove that the suspect was guilty. UNFRIENDLY The other boy scouts were being UNFRIENDLY and not including Derek in the group. UNSAFE

Snow causes UNSAFE drive conditions. UNLUCKY My Team is always UNLUCKY and lose in the Championship game. UNBREAKABLE

UNCLEAN kitchens in houses can make people sick. FEARLESS Merida is FEARLESS when she is attached by the bear. FUNCTIONLESS
The Computer was broken and FUNCTIONLESS. HAIRLESS The old man was HAIRLESS on the top of his head. MANNERLESS

When Timmy ate dinner he was MANNERLESS. ANCHORLESS The pirate ship was ANCHORLESS in a giant storm. HELPFUL Jane was being HELPFUL by carrying some of the groceries inside. BEAUTIFUL Beth was a BEAUTIFUL princess. COLORFUL The COLORFUL hot air balloons glided through the air. PAINFUL

When Tyler broke his leg it was very PAINFUL. JOYFUL

The children were JOYFUL on Christmas day.
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