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Study the word list: Adding suffixes beginning with vowel letters to words of more than one syllable

Year 3 Term 1

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forgetting
Do you ever feel like you're forgetting something?
forgotten
You might have forgotten.
beginning
My hair is beginning to go grey.
beginner
She was an absolute beginner at the piano.
prefer
I prefer to cycle to work rather than going by bus.
preferred
She preferred cake to pudding.
gardening
The old couple enjoyed gardening.
gardener
The gardener placed the grass cuttings into the wheelbarrow. *
limiting
Have you tried limiting your time spent on the computer?
limited
His understanding of geography was limited.
limitation
The teacher set a limitation on the word-count.

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