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by Raymond C. Clark

eBook Getting a Fix on Vocabulary, Using Words in the News: The System of Affixation and Compounding in English ePub
Author: Raymond C. Clark
Language: English
ISBN: 0866470387
ISBN13: 978-0866470384
Publisher: Pro Lingua Associates (December 1, 1991)
Pages: 96
Category: Words Language & Grammar
Subcategory: Reference
Rating: 4.7
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Awareness of the system of compounding and affixation and how it works and familiarity rather than mastery of. .The topics chosen allow the authors to introduce in context a vocabulary rich in compounds and affixation and useful to students who want to read news from around the world.

Awareness of the system of compounding and affixation and how it works and familiarity rather than mastery of this information are the students' goals. First they are given a brief explanation of the affixes, and then they do four or five exercises of increasing difficulty, checking their own answers. These topics vary from energy issues to politics, from crime to the international development of peace.

Getting a Fix on Vocabulary The System of Affixation in English, using words in the News by: Raymond C. Clark and Janie L.My intermediate and advanced ESL students have found this book very beneficial for vocabulary development. Duncan Levels: Intermediate to Advanced. It systematically teaches prefixes and suffixes with much practice.

There are thousands of words in English. Learning these words is a big problem. However, there are ways to solve this problem. The morphological content of the book is enhanced with engaging "news" stories and dramatic radio broadcasts featuring Cindy Speakwell with The News at Noon, The Evening News with Walter Conrad, The Morning Show with Maria Ventura, and WPLA's fearless roving reporter Jerald Michaels reporting from hot spots all around the globe.

Together, let's build an Open Library for the World. The System of Affixation and Compounding in English. February 3, 2019 History. Getting a Fix on Vocabulary, Using Words in the News. Are you sure you want to remove Getting a Fix on Vocabulary, Using Words in the News from your list? Getting a Fix on Vocabulary, Using Words in the News. Published December 1991 by Pro Lingua Associates.

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Vocabulary acquisition with affixation: learning english words based on prefixes .

Vocabulary acquisition with affixation: learning english words based on prefixes & suffixes. Cholo Kim University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. This study was designed to investigate vocabulary learning.

Affixation is building new words by adding affixes to the stem of the word. The two main types of affixation are prefixation and suffixation. Affixation is the formation of new words by means of suffixes and prefixes. Affixes can be classified according to different principles. They can be divided into convertive and non-convertive according to their ability to convert the word into another part of speech. Affixes may be grouped 1) according to their linguistic origin

Prefixes, suffixes, compounding of words. Helpful in learning new vocabulary and English spelling.

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Getting a Fix on Vocabulary The System of Affixation in English, using words in the News by: Raymond C. Clark and Janie L. Duncan Levels: Intermediate to Advanced. Secondary to Adult

The objective of Getting a Fix on Vocabulary is to expose students to the prefixes and suffixes, the affixes, and many of the more common bases used in English. These are explained in a simple and methodical way; each lesson presents a group of up to eight affixes with similar meanings. Common bases are introduced throughout the lessons and then summarized in a glossary for easy reference.

Awareness of the system of compounding and affixation and how it works and familiarity rather than mastery of this information are the students' goals. First they are given a brief explanation of the affixes, and then they do four or five exercises of increasing difficulty, checking their own answers.

Why use words in the News? The last of the exercises in each lesson is a brief, fictitious, but realistic newspaper article. These short readings are used for two reasons. The topics chosen allow the authors to introduce in context a vocabulary rich in compounds and affixation and useful to students who want to read news from around the world. These topics vary from energy issues to politics, from crime to the international development of peace. The second reason for using made-up "news"articles is because they are generally fun to read and students enjoy them. And when students are enjoying what they are doing, they are more apt to learn.

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