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Suffixes

Ship – Friendship Relationship Scholarship Championship   Less – Topless Hopeless Wireless Colorless   Ness – Happiness Sadness Kindness Illness Ruddiness   Ly –    Truly Highly Happily Usually Normally   Ful –  Helpful Useful Joyful   Y –      Difficulty Hardy   Ment – Government Employment Improvement Ish –    Reddish Yellowish Greenish   Ty –    […]

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3° person-singular rule

3° person-singular rule   When we use Present Simple with He, She or It we have to put “s” with the verbs. If there is an auxiliary verb in the sentence then the “s” should go with the auxiliary only. See the examples bellow: I work – She works                She doesn’t work          Does she work […]

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