Prefix Suffix Practice Worksheet by pmt10533

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									THE POSSIBILITIES OF READING ARE ENDLESS
         WHEN YOU UNDERSTAND…




    Don’t be afraid. It is easy and fun to learn about these word structures!!
OBJECTIVE: Students will use
word structure (prefixes,
suffixes, and root words) to
determine the meaning of
words.              Understanding the meaning of
                     prefixes, suffixes, and root
                    words will help me to become a
                           better reader!!
Enter here to
see
examples.
A prefix is a group of letters at the front of a word which changes the
meaning of the word
                       Click on me, and I’ll tell you all of the
                         FACTS you’ll need to know about
                                       prefixes.
disagree means        not agree

                       disappear means not appear


dishonest means      not honest


                        distrust means       not trust

dislike means     not like

                             disobey means      not obey
uncooked means    not cooked

                   unharmed means not harmed


unable means     not able


                    unafraid means        not afraid

unkind means   not kind

                          unlucky means      not lucky
 misbehave         behave badly
 means
                     misspell means   spell badly


 misuse means      use badly


                mispronounce means    pronounce badly

misinform means inform badly

                         misread means   Read badly
submarine means         A vessel that goes under the water

                     subnormal means below normal


submerge means     go under


                 substandard means     below the standard

   See how easy reading words
        with prefixes is!!!
Use the PREFIX FORM to write down as many words and definitions that you can for each PREFIX.
 “il” means “not”                                             “re” means “again” or “back”

 “un” means
 “not”                                                                    “in” means “not”


“im” means                                                               “ir” means “not”
“not”                                     Click here
                                          to get the
                                           PREFIX
                                             form.                       “de” means
 “con” means                                                             “from”, “away”,
 “with” or                                                               or “down”.
 “together”
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 take a quiz on
prefixes!! Show
 what you know.
A suffix is a group of letters added to the end of a word to make a different
word
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                                   about the facts on
                                       SUFFIXES.
 likable means      able to be liked

                        enjoyable means able to be enjoyed


 moveable means       capable of being moved


                   collectible means able to be collected

digestible means       able to be digested

                    reversible means         able to be reversed
  Dancer means      one who dances

                     juggler means   one who juggles


 painter means     one who paints


                  actor means        one who acts

conductor means One who conducts

                         advisor means   One who advises
 blacken means    To make black

                     cheapen means     To make cheap


fatten means       To make fat


                 Thicken means         To make thick

wooden means     Made of wood

                        golden means     Made of gold
DIRECTIONS: Use the SUFFIX FORM to write down as many words and definitions that you can for each SUFFIX.
 “ful” means                                                     “ness” means “state of being”
 “full of”

 “ous” or “ious”                                                              “y” means “like”
 means “full of”                                                              or “full of”

“ness” means                                                                 “ist” means “a
“state or                                    Click here                      person who
condition of
                                             to get the                      does”
                                              SUFFIX
being”                                          form.
                                                                             “ent” means
                                                                             “having the
 “ish” means                                                                 quality of”.
 “like”
                                       SUFFIX DICTIONARY
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 take a quiz on
    suffixes!!
   Challenge
yourself and do
   your best.
A root word is a word that has nothing added at the beginning or
the end. It stands on its own as a word, it has a meaning. New
words can be made from root words by adding beginnings (prefixes)
and endings (suffixes).
                                       Click on me if you’d like to
                                        get more facts and see
                                        more examples of root
                                                 words.
Click on me to
take a quiz on
 root words!!
Show what you
already know.
                                Click on the word that you need
                                to practice more. You can either

SUFFIXES                        print out the worksheet or type
                                your answers on a Microsoft
                                Word form.




      if you’d like to type your answers on a
      Microsoft Word form.

								
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