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Science and scientist are nouns, and scientific is an adjective. Notice that the particles -ist and -ic were added to create new words. These particles are called suffixes.

2. Look at the examples in these word formation charts. Use the words in the blue box below to create similar charts in your notebook.

Verb

Noun

develop

development



Verb

Adjective

recharge

rechargeable



Noun

Adjective

history

historic



Noun

Noun

art

artist

alternative/generate/moving/automatically/incinerate/operate/conservation/incredibly/ remark/disposal/inventive/technology/electronic/migrate

3. Complete these excerpts with the appropriate form of the words in parentheses. Answer in your notebook.

a) “Microwaves – electromagnetic 1 (radiate) with wavelengths ranging between 1 millimeter and one meter – are used by mobile phones, wireless broadband internet and satellite television.”

b) “The Army now reports that young people are increasingly growing up without ever wearing leather shoes and their feet are now too soft to wear 2 (tradition) military boots.”

c) “In 1907 shellac was used as 3(insulate) in electronics. It was costing the industry a pretty penny to import shellac […] and at home 4 (chemistry) Leo Hendrik Baekeland thought he might turn a profit if he could 5 (production) a shellac alternative. Instead his experiments yielded a 6 (mold) material that could take high temperatures without distorting.”

d) “Talk about strange 7 (connect) – 18-year-old chemist William Perkin wanted to cure malaria; instead his 8 (science) endeavors changed the face of fashion forever and […] helped fight cancer. […] In 1856 Perkin was trying to come up with an artificial quinine. Instead of a malaria 9 (treat), his experiments produced a thick murky mess. […] Turns out he had made the first-ever synthetic dye. His dye was far better than any dyes that came from 10 (natural) […]. His discovery also turned 11 (chemist) into a money-generating 12 (scientist) – making it attractive for a whole generation of curious-minded people.”

Available at (a, b); (c); (d). All accessed on April 22, 2015.



4. Identify as many suffixes as you can in the sentences from the previous exercises. Write them in your notebook.

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