1st Set Prefixes
1st Set Suffixes
2nd Set Prefixes
2nd Set Suffixes
Affix Trivia
100

un-

not/opposite

100

-ed

past tense

100

under-

too little/below

100

-ion, -ation, -sion, -tion

act of/state of/result of

100

words that end in the suffix -ness are usually which part of speech?

noun

200

re-

again/back

200

-s, -es

plural (more than one)

200

non-

not

200

-ness

condition/state of

200

This language origin was originally spoken in Ancient Rome. 

Latin

300

dis-

not/opposite of

300

-ful

full of

300

tri-

three

300

-ment

act/process

300

This language origin was spoken by the citizens of Ancient Greece.

Greek

400

in-

not

400

-less

without

400

pre-

before

400

-er, -or

one who/that which

400

Words that end in -ly are usually this part of speech.

adverb

500

DAILY DOUBLE!!!

For each prefix listed, give an example of a word that contains that prefix. 

un-, re-, dis-, in-

*Teacher Check*

500

-y

characterized by/like

500

oct-

eight

500

-ly

characteristic of

500

This language origin was spoken by the first settlers of England.

Anglo-Saxon

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