Word Forms. Verb Jeong succeeds in school Noun Success is important to Jeong. Adjective Jeong is a successful student. Adverb Jeong successfully completed algebra. Suffixes can help you recognize a word’s part of speech. Verb Suffixes -ate investig ate -ify not ify
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Verb Jeong succeeds in school
NounSuccess is important to Jeong.
Adjective Jeong is a successful student.
Adverb Jeong successfully completed algebra.
-ate investigate -ify notify
-en shorten -ize hospitalize
-ment involvement -er writer
-ness happiness -or actor
-ion permission -ism communism
-ship friendship -ist socialist
-ance tolerance -ity possibility
-ence reference -cy accuracy
-ous famous -ing boring
-ful helpful -ed excited
-less careless -ish foolish
-ive creative -ate literate
-able acceptable -y scary
-ible responsible -ly friendly
-ant tolerant -like childlike
-ent dependent -some handsome
-ic allergic -an African
-al classical -ese Chinese
Marvin is busier than I am. (adjective)
Not: Marvin is more busier than I am.
Ali works harder than Tim. (adverb)
Not: Ali works more harder than Tim.
I am serious about work, but Marvin is more/less serious than I am. (adjective)
I work carefully, but he works more/less carefully than I do. (adverb)
Alyssa is the tallest in the class. (adjective)
Not: Alyssa is the most tallest in the class.
Cathy reads the fastest in the class. (adverb)
Not: Cathy reads the most fastest in the class.
Target is the most/least convenient store in the city. (adjective)
This train runs the most/least frequently of all the trains. (adverb)
Locate and correct the errors with easily confused words.