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Lesson 28 suffixes
Lesson 28 suffixes
Lesson 28 suffixes
Lesson 28 suffixes
Lesson 28 suffixes
Lesson 28 suffixes
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Lesson 28 suffixes

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  • 1. Lesson 28 Suffixes-able, -ible, -less, -ous
  • 2. Vocabulary1. Powerless2. Doable3. Famous4. Useless5. Careless6. Washable7. Various8. Endless9. Reliable10.Nervous11.Flexible12.Helpless13.Terrible14.Dangerous15.valuable
  • 3. Definitions1. Dangerous• having the potential tocause harm, risky--Crossing a busy street can bevery dangerous.2. Valuable• of great worth orimportance--The valuable ring was veryexpensive.
  • 4. 3. Terrible• very bad, severe, dreadfulor distressing--The terrible roads madedriving impossible.4. Helpless• unable to functionindependently--A newborn kitten is weak andhelpless.
  • 5. 5. Flexible• limber, easily bent oreasygoing--Flexible straws can bendwithout breaking.6. Nervous• characteristically excited oranxious--I was nervous about messingup onstage.
  • 6. 7. Reliable• able to be trusted ordepended on--My reliable car never breaksdown.8. Endless• having no finish, conclusionor stopping point--The long school day seemedendless.
  • 7. 9. Various• many different--The various booths had manydifferent things.10. Washable• able to be placed in waterwithout harm--Water ruins clothes that arenot washable.
  • 8. 11. Careless• not showing enoughattention or consideration--The opposite of careful iscareless.12. Useless• of no use or purpose--A chair with no legs or back isuseless.
  • 9. 13. famous• well-known or celebratedby many people--The famous movie star isknown by millions.14. powerless:• weak or ineffective--He was powerless and weakwhen he got no exercise.15. doable: capable of beingaccomplished--This easy project seems verydoable.

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