Common Suffixes:

Placed after a word.
It changes the meaning.
-sPlural nounchairs, talks
-es3rd person singular verbboxes, fixes
-edPast tense/past participlewalked, climbed
-ingGerund/present participlewalking, climbing
-lyAdverblively, quickly
-erNoun/Person or thing that does somethingclimber
-orNoun/Person or thing that does somethingactor
-ionNoun, that denote action or conditionaction
-tionNoun, that denote action or conditionpresumption
-ationNoun, that denote action or conditioncreation
-itionNoun, that denote action or conditiondefinition
-ibleAdjective, able, capable of, having the quality offorcible
-ableAdjective, able, capable of, having the quality ofcomfortable
-alNoun, act or process ofrefusal
-ialNoun, act or process ofaerial
-yAdjective, characterized byrunny, honesty
-nessNoun, state of beinglaziness, heaviness
-ityNoun, quality ofability
-tyNoun, quality ofquality
-mentNoun, condition ofcontentment, commitment
-icAdjective, pertaining toangelic
-icalAdjective, pertaining totyrannical
-ousAdjective, full of, charcterized byautonomous
-eousAdjective, full of, charcterized byspontaneous
-enVerbtighten, lighten
-erComparativehappier, madder
-iveAdjective or noun, tendency, functiondestructive
-ativeAdjective or noun, tendency, functiontenative
-itiveAdjective or noun, tendency, functioncompetitive
-fulAdjective, full ofglassful, beautiful
-lessAdjective, without, devoid ofhopeless, guiltless
-estSuperlativehappiest, fullest

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an additional element placed at the beginning or end of a root, stem, or word, or in the body of a word, to modify its meaning.
Sounds which are blocked by the tongue, teeth, or lips in some way.
B, C, D, F, H, G, J, K, L, M, N, P, Q, R, S, T, V, W, X, Y, Z
a character representing one or more of the sounds used in speech; any of the symbols of an alphabet.
an affix which is placed after the stem of a word. Adding it to the end of one word changes it into another word
An uninterrupted segment of sound which is formed by the opening and closing of the mouth to form vowels.
A sound the is produced when the mouth is open and not blocked by the lips, teeth, or tongue
a, e, i, o, u
a single distinct meaningful element of speech or writing that carries a distinct meaning


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