fibro— meaning fibres.
for— meaning away, apart, prohibited, or neglected.
forget, forbid, forgo, forlorn
fore— in front of, beforehand, in advance, anticipatory.
forearm, forecast, foreclose, foregone, foreground
—ful has various meanings and functions:
As a suffix to change a noun to an adjective, means “full of” or “having qualities”:
As a suffix on an adjective to make another adjective, retains the sense of the original:
As a suffix to change a verb to an adjective, means “able to”, “apt to”, or “accustomed to”:
As a suffix on a noun to indicate an amount:
handful (plural, handsful or handfuls)
spoonful (plural, spoonsful or spoonfuls)
1. Define the words in the Prefixes section.
2. Think of some more words using —ful as a suffix. How does the suffix change the meaning of the word?
Special reading assignment
1. Four foreigners followed five forks from Finland.
2. Puffer fish for Friday.