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Suffixes, Vocabulary, and Homophones
Terms in this set (31)
Being confused and shocked.
The action or result of doing something; a condition caused by a action.
Noisy, cheerful, rowdy.
Characterized by, having the quality of.
Magnificent beauty or excellence.
Like, to the extent.
Impossible to understand.
Capable of being.
Threatening, the feeling that something something bad will happen.
To force to leave a country or place.
Lacking experience; innocent; simple.
An attitude or opinion.
Contraction of "they are."
Mr. Apostrophe brings words together so they're easier to say!
In, at, or to that place.
He's over there!
Belonging to people or things previously mentioned (or otherwise easily identified.)
The people worried about their king and his lack of a proper heir to the throne.
A preposition of movement. Refers the end point of a time period.
I will take a taxi to the airport. She works from nine to five.
More than desirable. Refers to an excessive amount of something.
This shirt is too big for me. I have too much work to do.
Only used as a number.
I can speak two languages.
Possession Adjective: Refers to something a person has or owns.
Your house is big. Your book. Your bike
Contraction: (A short combined form) You're = You are
You're intelligent. You're crazy
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