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3.15: Lesson Fifteen

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Review of Suffixes and Procedures

1. Combine the following free bases and suffixes. Watch for and show any cases of twinning, as we have done with running:

Free Base + Suffix = Word
run + n + ing = running
small + er = smaller
brown + est = brownest
swim + m + er = swimmer
plan + n + ed = planned
drum + m + er = drummer
think + ing = thinking
go + ing = going
thank + ed = thanked
be + ing = being
stiff + est = stiffest
laugh + ed = laughed
follow + er = follower
sound + est = soundest
ask + ing = asking
cold + er = colder
kiss + ed = kissed
school + ing = schooling
guess + ed = guessed

2. Analyze each of the following words into a free base plus a suffix. Show any cases of twinning, as we have done with running:

Word Suffix = Free Base +
running = run + n + ing
laughing = laugh + ing
sounding = sound + ing
asked = ask + ed
coldest = cold + est
kissing = kiss + ing
schooled = school + ed
guessing = guess + ing
stiffer = stiff + er
being = be + ing
thanking = thank + ing
going = go + ing
thinker = think + er
drumming = drum + m + ing
planner = plan + n + er
swimming = swim + m + ing
browner = brown + er
smallest = small + est

3. One suffix spelled <er> adds the meaning “more”; and one suffix spelled <er> adds the meaning “one that does”.

4. Which suffix adds the meaning “most”? -est.

5. Which suffix adds the meaning “still going on”? -ing

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