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Study the word list: Y3 List 1

Adding suffixes to words ending in y Adding ing, ed, er, est and y

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berries
We picked berries off the bush in autumn. *
pennies
I took some pennies to the fair. *
carried
The coffin was carried on a bier.
married
I can't believe she has married him.
frying
I'm frying burgers for supper.
crying
The child woke up crying after he had a nightmare.
funnier
He is funnier than the comedians on the television. *
happier
Affluence does not necessarily lead to a happier life.
funniest
John was the funniest child in the class. *
happiest
The birth of our baby was the happiest day of my life.
saving
Saving water helps the environment. *
tuned

driver
A good driver will pass other cars with care.
ripest
Of all the fruit in the bowl, the peach was the ripest of them all. *
shiny
My shoes are always shiny.
dropping
Mary kept dropping the netball today. *
clapped
They clapped loudly after the show. *
planner
Mrs Mercer's planner is covered with lists. *
saddest

runny
The cake mixture was too runny.

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