Li8 Structure of English. Word formation. Today’s topics. Types of word formation What they can reveal about other aspects of English. Main types of word formation. Affixation Prefix ( un- ) Suffix (- ish ) Saturative eye poker outer, blew dried… Infix:
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Let 'em riot. We're Sonic-fuckin'-Death Monkey!
Lady, I wanna get to the bottom of this. ASAFP.
Oh, so do I.
But first I'd like to... butter your muffin.
Why do you have to be such a wanker?
Because I get off on it!
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