Words with the Suffix OR, AR, and ER
Words with the Suffix OR, AR, and ER
In this video we examine the meaning of and words with the suffixes OR, AR, and ER. We will then examine 7 words with either the suffix OR, AR or ER. A helpful definition is given for each word and then an illustrated sentence example is provided.
Take a moment to look at the picture and then read the sentence. This is a good memory aid.
To improve your English, always look for connections and associations between words. In the seven words with the suffixes OR, AR, and ER, look out for a common characteristic.
Although 7 word examples are given, see how many other words you can think of that end with OR, AR, and ER.
Here is a transcript of the video “Words with the Suffixes OR, AR, and ER ” . . .
The suffixes OR, AR and ER mean:
- one who
- that which
These are some of the simplest suffixes and you will see numerous examples of them if you take note when you reading or listening.
Here are some examples:
Definition: a person who is trained in medicine and the healing arts
In the picture we see a friendly doctor shaking hands with a patient.
Sentence example: This doctor always makes his patients feel relaxed.
Definition: one who dances
The picture shows traditional dancers in Cambodia.
Sentence example: Khmer apsara dancers focus on graceful movements.
Definition: one who begs, or solicits alms for a living
In the picture we see a woman begging outside a large public building in Rome.
Sentence example: Sadly, beggars are a common sight in many European capitals.
Definition: one who kills, that which kills
In the picture we see a digital image of the coronavirus.
Sentence example: 2020 will be remembered as the year a killer virus took over the world.
Definition: one who gives haircuts, one who styles hair
The picture shows an Indian man with scissors in his hand about to cut the hair of a client.
Sentence example: Here we see a traditional barber in India.
Definition: that which pulls, a machine used on a farm for pulling farm implements
In the picture we see a group of children visiting a farm.
Sentence example: The children loved sitting on the tractor.
Definition: that which quiets or pacifies, such as a teething ring for babies to suck or chew on
In the picture we see a Heron holding a baby’s dummy in its beak.
Sentence example: This Heron has taken a liking to a baby’s pacifier.
The suffix OR, AR or ER are some of the easiest to remember!
They simply mean:
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If you are interested in the suffix or, ar and er, then check another suffix here:
Words That End With AN
Slides 1, 13 – Indian barber
Slide 5 – doctor
Slide 7 – dancers
Slide 9 – beggar
Slide 11 – killer
Slide 13 – tractor
Slide 15 – Heron
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