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Plurals and Inflected Endings

Plurals and Inflected Endings

Author: Amy Heath
Description:
  • By the end of the week, you will sort, read, and spell words in the following categories.  VC, VCC, and VCe, and you will watch a video to hear how you add suffixes to these words.

Study vowel and consonant patterns to learn how to apply plurals and inflected endings.

Example:  chief (VVC)

i=vowel

e=vowel

f=consonant

What are some other examples of "VVC" words?

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Tutorial

What is a suffix?

A suffix is a letter or group of letters added to the end of a word.

 

Examples:

-s

-ed

-ing

 

Rap: Learn how to use "-ed" at the end of a word