Prefixes Suffixes

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Prefixes Suffixes

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Most Common Prefixes Copyright © Scholastic Inc. All rights reserved. This page may be photocopied for use with students. red_c2_ar_l04_commpre Name Date GRAPHIC ORGANIZER anti- against antifreeze de- opposite defrost dis- not opposite of disagree en- em- cause to encode embrace fore- before forecast in- im- in infield in- im- il- ir- not injustice impossible inter- between interact mid- middle midway mis- wrongly misfire non- not nonsense over- over overlook pre- before prefix re- again return semi- half semicircle sub- under submarine super- above superstar trans- across transport un- not unfriendly under- under undersea Most frequent. The four most frequent prefixes account for 97 percent of prefixed words in printed school English. Prefix Meaning Key Word From Teaching Reading Sourcebook: For Kindergarten Through Eighth Grade by Bill Honig Linda Diamond and Linda Gutlohn. © 2000 by CORE. Reproduced by permission of Arena Press.

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Most Common Suffixes Copyright © Scholastic Inc. All rights reserved. This page may be photocopied for use with students. red_c2_ar_l04_commsuf Name Date GRAPHIC ORGANIZER -able -ible can be done comfortable -al -ial having personal characteristics of -ed past-tense verbs hopped -en made of wooden -er comparative higher -er one who worker actor -est comparative biggest -ful full of careful -ic having linguistic characteristics of -ing verb form/ running present participle -ion -tion act process occasion attraction -ation ition -ity -ty state of infinity -ive -ative -itive adjective form plaintive of a noun -less without fearless -ly characteristic of quickly -ment action or process enjoyment -ness state of condition of kindness -ous -eous -ious possessing the joyous qualities of -s -es more than one books boxes -y characterized by happy Most frequent. The four most frequent suffixes account for 97 percent of suffixed words in printed school English. Suffix Meaning Key Word From Teaching Reading Sourcebook: For Kindergarten Through Eighth Grade by Bill Honig Linda Diamond and Linda Gutlohn. © 2000 by CORE. Reproduced by permission of Arena Press.

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