The four most frequent suffixes account for 97 percent of suffixed words in printed school English. Suffix Meaning Key Word From Teaching Reading Sourcebook: ... Down
Words with Suffixes continued Jeanne S. Chall and Helen M. Popp, Teaching and Assessing Phonics: A Guide for Teachers, available from Educators Publishing Service ... Down
Spelling Words Well : List of Suffixes, ... magnify comic English petrify historic Spanish qualify elastic British justify poetic selfish amplify cardiac foolish ... Down
Spelling Words Well : List of Suffixes, ... magnify comic English petrify historic Spanish qualify elastic British justify poetic selfish amplify cardiac foolishwww.spelling-words-well.com/support-files/list-of-suffixes.pdf
Academic Vocabulary A thorough survey of various textbooks, assignments, content area standards, and examinations yields the following list of words.www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdf
Many Latin words came into English directly, though, too. Monks from Rome brought religious vocabulary as well as Christianity to England beginning in the 6th century.www.syracusecityschools.com/tfiles/folder712/Latin%20Root%20...
Latin Roots, Prefixes, and Suffixes Many English words and word parts can be traced back to Latin and Greek. The following table lists some common Latin roots.www.darke.k12.oh.us/curriculum/la/Latin%20affixes%20and%20roots.pdf