Prefixes and Suffixes, The Basics By Joan Whetzel Words are categorized by the way they are used in grammar and as parts of speech. The word types are: verbs, nouns, pronouns, adverbs, adjectives, prepositions, interjections, and conjunctions. Words have roots, which give them their basic meaning. Yet, there are ways to tweak those words to give them new meanings - by adding prefixes and suffixs.
SAT Instructor Terri K. shows how you to tackle paired multiple choice questions on the SAT Reading Test by following some basic strategies. - See more at: http://preppedandpolished.com/sat-evidence-based-reading-podcast/
SAT Instructor Terri K. shows how you to tackle paired multiple choice questions on the SAT Reading Test by following some basic strategies. - See more at: http://preppedandpolished.com/sat-evidence-based-reading/
Students will read an excerpt from the Now Organization for Women's Statement of Purpose from 1966. The excerpt is followed by questions that very accurately mimic the reading test on the newly redesigned SAT. This passage and questions are also useful for preparing for any common core reading assessment.
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