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Transcript of Spelling Rules
ceed, or -sede There are 10 words that end with this sound. You will need
to memorize their spellings.
-cede words -ceed words -sede words
accede exceed supersede
secede Adding Prefixes A prefix is one or more syllables added at the
beginning of a word to form a new word.
Adding a prefix to a word does not usually change
the spelling of the original word.
il-+legal=illegal Adding Suffixes
That Begin With a Consonant When adding a suffix that begins with a consonant-such
as -ly, -ness,-less, -ment, and full. You usually do not
change the spelling of the original word.
Except for truly, argument, judgment, daily Exceptions: If a word end in y preceded by a consonant,
change the y to i before adding these suffixes:
Except for shyness, slyly, spryness Adding Suffixes To
Words That End In Silent e If a word ends in silent e, drop the
e before adding a suffix that begins with a vowel
Except for Changeable, agreeable, useable When a word has a long e sound, use ie
When a word has a long a sound, use ei.
When a word has a long e sound precede by the letter c,
either, neither, seize, weird Adding suffixes That
Begin With A Vowel To Words That End In y When adding a suffix that begins with a vowel to a word that ends in y preceded by a consonant, change the y to i before adding the suffix.
Exceptions: Do not change the y to i if the suffix begins with I-carrying, babyish When adding a suffix
that begins with a vowel to a word that ends in y preceded by a vowel, keep the y before adding the suffix. portray+-al= portrayal
paid (not payed), said (not sayed), laid (not layed) Doubling the Final
Consonant Before Adding A Suffix If a one-syllable word ends in a single consonant preceded by a single vowel, double the final consonant before adding a suffix that begins with a vowel.
words that end in x,y, or w (mixer, prayed, flowing) If a word of more than one
syllable ends in a single consonant
preceded by a single vowel and the accent is on the final syllable, double the final consonant before adding a suffix that begins with a vowel. omit+-ed=omitted
Words in which the accent shifts when the suffix is added (prefer-preference) Do not double the final consonant if the accent is
not on the last syllable. travel+-ing=traveling