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WORD FORM- Handout - TEACHER Ed.

WORD FORM- Handout - TEACHER Ed.

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This is the teachers edition of a hand out that covers word form. It give examples of Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives and Adverbs for a root word for example Success, Succeed, Successful, Successfully and examples on how to use each form.

I use this with a Toefl class, but I am sure it can be altered to fit what ever type of class you have.
This is the teachers edition of a hand out that covers word form. It give examples of Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives and Adverbs for a root word for example Success, Succeed, Successful, Successfully and examples on how to use each form.

I use this with a Toefl class, but I am sure it can be altered to fit what ever type of class you have.

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WORD FORM:
NOUN
: The Person, Place, Object, idea, etc. that we talk about in a sentence.SuccessEx. The Dog is eating its food.Ex. Experience has made me learn.
VERB
: The Action in a sentence.SucceedEx. The boy runs very fast.Ex. We brought some fruit.
ADJECTIVE:
It describes the noun.SuccessfulEx. Linda is very happyEx. John is a very successful man.
ADVERB
: It describes the verb.SuccessfullyEx. We closed our business successfully.Ex. She is rapidly coming down with a cold.
Underline the Each word form in the sentences.1.Sally quickly eats her warm pizza.2.Jumping along the street the children are happy.
3.
Many officials want to remove the federal government completely from NativeAmerican governance. (MANY IS A QUANTIF NOUN – basically used to tell thequantity of a noun)4.O’Neill’s plays, 45 in all, cover a wide range of dramatic subjects.5.Many changes in literacy occurred as a result of the printing press. Thick : (Aj), Thickly (Adv), Thickness (N), To thicken (V)(Meaning to become thicker). To Irritate: (V) irritating (Adj), Irritatingly (adv), Irritant (N)Brave: (Adj), bravely (Adv), to brave (V), A Brave or Braveness (N)Confide: (V), Confident (adj), Confidently (Adv), Confidence (N)Exclusive: (Adj), Exclusively (Adv), to Exclude (V), An Exclusive (n)to Like: (V), likeable (Adj), Likeably (Adv) To Give: (V), giving (Adj), givingly (adv), A give (N)Meddlesome: (Adj), Meddlesomely (adv), to Meddle (V),-Describes behavior in which someone becomes involved in something that doesnot concern them.Guilty: (adj), guiltily (adv), to guilt (v), guilt (N)Original: (Adj), Originally (adv), to originate (v), An Original (N)Pleadingly: (Adv), pleading (adj), to plead (v), A pleading (N)-Begging or asking emotionally (Yes that is also a Adv:) To Rivet: (V), Riveting (Adj), Rivetingly (adv), A Rivet (N) (A rivet is a thick pen w/aflathead that holds two pieces of metal together.) -To hold your attention firmly.New Words: Find the meanings for these words and which word form they are. Try to seeif you can find the other forms of the words.

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