In this worksheet, students will use the Greek or Latin suffixes -phile and -osis to create five different English words out of those given in the word bank. After writing five original sentences using the words these words, students will be asked to circle the word made with the suffix. This is great practice for learning how to use and identify Greek and Latin suffixes!
7th Grade Language
For seventh graders, this Common Core area helps students gain mastery of the rules for using the English language, including vocabulary use and language conventions, in order to improve their skills as writers and readers. Among the complete standards for this grade, seventh graders will be asked to: demonstrate that they understand standard English usage in writing and speaking by showing that they understand the function of phrases and clauses in general and their function in specific sentences, understand capitalization, punctuation and spelling, commas, adjectives, coordinate adjectives, dangling modifiers, Greek or Latin affixes and roots, simple, compound, complex, and compound-complex sentences to signal differing relationships among ideas, maintain consistent style and tone, be able to use digital and print glossaries, dictionaries, and thesauruses to find means, spellings and pronunciation of words, gather vocabulary knowledge to assist in word choice and comprehension.
Let’s work on some common abbreviations for people’s titles!
This worksheet addresses the abbreviation in addresses!
It’s time to add some appositives to sentences!
This worksheet has more on adding appositives to sentences.
It’s time to go appositive hunting!
This worksheet features appositives in different places of a sentence.
In this worksheet your student will match the appositive to a noun or noun phrase.
Students complete each sentence by choosing the correct homophone and writing it in the blank.
This worksheets asks your student to combine sentences using appositives.
Here’s more practice on combining sentences with appositives.
Students identify misused homophones in sentences and make corrections as necessary.
In this fun classroom activity on Greek root words, students will match each word in Column A with its meaning in Column B! This is great practice for students learning how to identify and define commonly used root words.
Port comes from the Latin word meaning “carry.” Scribe/script is from another Latin word meaning “write.” Use the list of prefixes and root words in the word bank to make five different English words out of the root words port and scribe.
Spect/spec comes from the Latin word meaning “look” or “watch.” Rect is from another Latin word meaning “straight.” Use the list of prefixes and root words in the word bank to make five different English words out of the root words spect and rect.
Students identify misused homophones in the story and write the correct spelling which should have been used.
Can your student spot the appositives in this worksheet?
There’s no crashing with this onomatopoeia worksheet!
Your student will be humming with this onomatopoeia worksheet!
We’re positive you’ll like this appositive punctuation worksheet!