Name

GRAPHIC ORGANIZER

Date

Most Common Prefixes
Prefix
antidedis-* en-, emforein-, imin-, im-, il-, ir-* intermidmisnonoverprere-* semisubsupertransun-* under-

Meaning
against opposite not, opposite of cause to before in not between middle wrongly not over before again half under above across not under

Key Word
antifreeze defrost disagree encode, embrace forecast infield injustice, impossible interact midway
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misfire nonsense overlook prefix return semicircle submarine superstar transport unfriendly undersea

*Most frequent. The four most frequent prefixes account for 97 percent of prefixed words in printed school English.

From Teaching Reading Sourcebook: For Kindergarten Through Eighth Grade by Bill Honig, Linda Diamond, and Linda Gutlohn. © 2000 by CORE. Reproduced by permission of Arena Press.
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Reproduced by permission of Arena Press. © 2000 by CORE. condition of possessing the qualities of more than one characterized by Key Word comfortable personal hopped wooden higher worker. -ial -ed* -en -er -er. -ty -ive. process state of adjective form of a noun without characteristic of action or process state of. The four most frequent suffixes account for 97 percent of suffixed words in printed school English. -eous. boxes happy *Most frequent.Name GRAPHIC ORGANIZER Date Most Common Suffixes Suffix -able. -es* -y Meaning can be done having characteristics of past-tense verbs made of comparative one who comparative full of having characteristics of verb form/ present participle act. attraction infinity plaintive fearless quickly enjoyment kindness joyous books. actor biggest careful linguistic running occasion. -tion. All rights reserved. From Teaching Reading Sourcebook: For Kindergarten Through Eighth Grade by Bill Honig. . -ation. red_c2_ar_l04_commsuf Copyright © Scholastic Inc. Linda Diamond. This page may be photocopied for use with students. ition -ity. and Linda Gutlohn. -est -ful -ic -ing* -ion. -itive -less -ly* -ment -ness -ous. -ative. -ible -al. -ious -s.

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