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7. One who is not a professional: amat_______. indd 39 Exceeding the Standards: Vocabulary & Spelling LEvEL Iv, UnIt 4 39 4/15/09 12:27:57 PM Some suffixes have more than one meaning and can indicate more than one part of speech. For example, the suffix -ant can indicate a noun (defendant) or an adjective (militant). Tip Just for Fun Divide the class into groups. See how many words each group can form by adding suffixes to the following words. Set the timer for 3 minutes. The group with the most new words wins the game.

Consider the word annihilate. Below is the entry that can be found in a regular dictionary. , [LL annihilatus, pp. of annihilare to reduce to nothing, fr. L ad- + nihil nothing –more at NIL] (1525) In the example above, the etymology of the word appears in brackets, following the part-of-speech label. A list of abbreviations indicates that LL stands for Late Latin, L stands for Latin, pp. stands for past participle, and fr. stands for from. ” The phrase “more at NIL” indicates that related etymological information can be found by looking up the word nil.

Humerous _____ 10. The movie was full of (repitition / repetition). A. repitition B. repetition _____ 11. That story is so (weird / wierd)! A. weird B. wierd _____ 12. The waiter (reccomends / recommends) the tortellini salad. A. reccomends B. recommends _____ 13. Howard finds his sock warmers (indispensible / indispensable) in the winter. A. indispensible B. indispensable _____ 14. I was (surprised / suprised) to see Tori at the football game. A. surprised B. suprised _____ 15. That dog likes to (harrass / harass) everyone who walks by the house.

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