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Learn to use suffixes -le -al -el with the Singing Nun | Educational song

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Suffixes, or "word tails," can go at the end of the word to help change its meaning. In this video, learn all about these "word tails:" -le, -al, -el.

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Curious about "word tails?" Want to know more about what a "word tail" (or suffix) is? Take a peek at this video to learn more. Then, watch this video to learn about different "word tails" and their meanings!Think you are a -le, -al, and -el "word tail" expert? Try to complete this online practice!
Suffixes are important kinds of endings for words. Understanding when to use specific "word tails" can help you more quickly and easily craft a story that you are writing or recognize the meaning of a word that you are writing. This quick recognition can help you save your brain energy to tackle trickier words you may need to sound out or define in your reading and writing.

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