Root + Suffix

A suffix is a group of letters placed after the root of a word.

For example, the word flavourless consists of the root word “flavour” combined with the suffix “-less” [which means “without”]; the word “flavourless” means “having no flavour.”

A list of prefix you get with examples

able – portable ible – terrible age – coverage al – comical est – strongest ful – grateful ily – happily ing – acting less – tireless ly – hourly ness – kindness

Add a suffix to the following word.

Type the whole word out with a suffix at the end in the block provided.

 20%

( Tip: -able, -ible, -age or -acy )

respons

( Tip: -able, -ible, -age or -acy )

collect

( Tip: -al, -ial, -ance, -ence, ant, -ent, er, or )

exist

( Tip: -al, -ial, -ance, -ence, ant, -ent, er, or )

clear

( Tip: -al, -ial, -ance, -ence, ant, -ent, er, or )

import


 

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