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Lesson 3 - Hundredths as decimals

English - Writing
Today I would like you to plan a story using your super hero and villain. I have included a story mountain to help you plan. You do not need to write lots of information, but just enough to record your idea. 
English - Spelling

This week we are going to focus on the suffix ‘-ous’.

For example we can add 'ous' to the root word 'danger' and it becomes dangerous. 

 

The 'ous' suffix means 'full of' and usually changes a noun into an adjective. 

 

The rules for using this suffix are: 
• Words ending in ‘y’: delete the ‘y’ and add ‘ious’ (glory/glorious)
• Words ending in ‘ge’: do not drop the ‘e’(courage/courageous)
• Words ending in ‘ce’: drop the ‘e’ and add ‘ious’ (space/spacious
• Words ending in ‘our’: change to ‘or’ and add ‘ous’ (humour/humorous)

 

Please use the Spelling menu or Spelling Frame to learn this spelling rule. 

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