List of Affixes
The careful teaching of letter combinations and affixes as preskills to multisyllable word-reading is a key feature of effective advanced word-reading programs (Archer et al., 2003). The table below lists some of the more common beginning affixes.
Sources: Avery & Ehrich (2002); Celce-Murcia et al. (1996); Edelen-Smith (1997); Ladefoged (1975); McCormick et al. (2002); Singh & Singh (1976).
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