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Prefixes and suffixes ppt

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Prefixes and suffixes ppt

  1. 1. Prefixes and Suffixes
  2. 2. Prefixes • Prefixes are added to the beginning of a word to make a new word with a different meaning. For example: • Unhappy • Illegal • Impossible • Multicultural
  3. 3. Suffixes • Suffixes are added to the end of a main word. This often changes the word to a different part of speech. For example a verb to an adjective. • Harmless • Restful • Childish • Likeable
  4. 4. • Some suffixes and prefixes are part of our living language in that people regularly use them to create new words for modern products, concepts or situations. • For example email. The prefix e stands for electronic and so we see a growing number of internet related words being formed such as e–book and e-commerce. • It is helpful to know the meanings of the prefixes and suffixes to then understand the meaning of words.
  5. 5. Prefixes • A prefix is a group of letters placed before the root of a word. For example, the word "unhappy" consists of the prefix "un-" which means "not" combined with the root or stem word "happy"; the word "unhappy" means "not happy."
  6. 6. Prefixes PREFIX MEANING EXAMPLES de- from, down, away reverse, opposite decode, decrease dis- not, opposite, reverse, away disagree, disappear ex- out of, away from, lacking, former exhale, explosion il- not illegal, illogical im- not, without impossible, improper in- not, without inaction, invisible mis- bad, wrong mislead, misplace non- not nonfiction, nonsense pre- before prefix, prehistory pro- for, forward, before proactive, profess, program re- again, back react, reappear un- against, not, opposite undo, unequal, unusual
  7. 7. Suffixes • A suffix is a group of letters placed after the root of a word. For example, the word flavorless consists of the root word "flavor" combined with the suffix "-less" which means "without"; the word "flavorless" means "having no flavor."
  8. 8. Suffixes SUFFIX MEANING EXAMPLES -able able to, having the quality of comfortable, portable -al relating to annual, comical -er comparative bigger, stronger -est superlative strongest, tiniest -ful full of beautiful, grateful -ible forming an adjective reversible, terrible -ily forming an adverb eerily, happily, lazily -ing denoting an action, a material, or a gerund acting, showing -less without, not affected by friendless, tireless -ly forming an adjective clearly, hourly -ness denoting a state or condition kindness, wilderness -y full of, denoting a condition, or a diminutive glory, messy, victory,
  9. 9. • Remember that these lists of prefixes and suffixes do not cover all suffixes and prefixes. There are many others. • Have a play with words and see what words you can come up with!

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