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Grade 3 - English Language
1.33 Root and Base Words

A root or base word is the word that is left after you take off a prefix or suffix.

A base word can stand on its own. For example,
Side is the base word of inside.

A root word cannot stand on its own. For example,
Cept is the root word of except.


Directions: Replace the underlined base word in each question by the appropriate word from the choices. Write at least ten more examples of base and root words.
Q 1: Johny likes donuts because they have too much sugar.
liked
liking
dislikes

Q 2: Bob like to play outside.
likest
liking
likes

Q 3: We watched the view of Spiderman 3.
viewed
preview
viewing

Q 4: Please don't talk so loud!
loudest
loudly
loudness

Q 5: The principal call the student to his office.
callest
called
calling

Q 6: We go ice-skate during winter.
skated
skating
skatest

Q 7: Who clean off the table?
cleaning
cleaned
cleanest

Q 8: Greg is a very friend boy.
friendlier
befriend
friendly

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