A prefix is a word part added to thebeginning of a root       word.
A prefix changesthe meaning of a     word.
A suffix is a word part added to theend of a root word.
A suffix alsochanges themeaning of a   word.
Prefixes We    Examples   Know  im- not     improper  in- not     incomplete  bi- two      bicycle non- not      nonstopdi...
Suffixes We       Examples    Know -er one who        farmer -or one who         actor -less without      useless-able, -i...
Randy’s bike tire wasflat. He couldn’t find thepump because the garagewas in disorder. “It’shopeless,” said Randy.“I’ll ne...
“That’s nonsense,”said his brother Jake.“You can use my bike.”
“Gee, thanks,” saidRandy, hopping on thebike.
“See, I can be likable!”said Jake with a grin.
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Prefixes and suffixes (1)

  1. 1. A prefix is a word part added to thebeginning of a root word.
  2. 2. A prefix changesthe meaning of a word.
  3. 3. A suffix is a word part added to theend of a root word.
  4. 4. A suffix alsochanges themeaning of a word.
  5. 5. Prefixes We Examples Know im- not improper in- not incomplete bi- two bicycle non- not nonstopdis- not or disagreeopposite of
  6. 6. Suffixes We Examples Know -er one who farmer -or one who actor -less without useless-able, -ible can buildable be reversible
  7. 7. Randy’s bike tire wasflat. He couldn’t find thepump because the garagewas in disorder. “It’shopeless,” said Randy.“I’ll never make it to thesoccer game on time.”
  8. 8. “That’s nonsense,”said his brother Jake.“You can use my bike.”
  9. 9. “Gee, thanks,” saidRandy, hopping on thebike.
  10. 10. “See, I can be likable!”said Jake with a grin.

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