CP.S2.M2-3.Suffix

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CP.S2.M2-3.Suffix
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Suffix abbrevations
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  1. S/E=ed, C=d
    trained
    trnd
  2. S/E=ing, C=g
    tasting
    tstg
  3. S/E=s, C=s
    for plural no matter what the sound
    smiles
    smls
  4. S/E=s, C=s for plural no matter what the sound
    regrets
    rgrts
  5. S/E=s, C=s for possessive, & 3rd person singular
    mother's
    mthr's
  6. S/E=s, C=s for possessive, & 3rd person singular
    believes
    blvs
  7. S/E=er/or, C=r
    eraser
    ersr
  8. S/E=er/or, C=r
    actor
    actr
  9. S/E=able/ible, C=b
    returnable
    rtrnb
  10. S/E=able/ible, C=b
    collectible
    klktb
  11. S/E=ful, C=f
    faithful
    fthf
  12. S/E=ly/ily/ally, C=l
    shortly
    shrtl
  13. S/E=ly/ily/ally, C=l
    temporarily
    tmprrl
  14. S/E=ly/ily/ally, C=l
    basically
    bskl
  15. S/E=ment, C=m
    management
    mnjm
  16. S/E=ive, C=v
    objective
    objktv
  17. for the sounds shun and zhun (often spelled tion, sion, cion, or cian), C=x
    attention
    atnx
  18. for the sounds shun and zhun (often spelled tion, sion, cion, or cian), C=x
    tension
    tnx
  19. for the sounds shun and zhun (often spelled tion, sion, cion, or cian), C=x
    suspicion
    sspx
  20. for the sounds shun and zhun (often spelled tion, sion, cion, or cian), C=x
    physician
    fzx
  21. Suffixes are often used with words that are not abbreviated in
    C-Print because they are less than five letters long.
    In these cases, simply add the C-Print suffix to the entire
    short word.
    active
    actv
  22. Suffixes are often used with words that are not abbreviated in
    C-Print because they are less than five letters long.
    In these cases, simply add the C-Print suffix to the entire
    short word.
    bearable
    bearb
  23. Suffixes are often used with words that are not abbreviated in
    C-Print because they are less than five letters long.
    In these cases, simply add the C-Print suffix to the entire
    short word.
    outer
    outr
  24. Suffixes are often used with words that are not abbreviated in
    C-Print because they are less than five letters long.
    In these cases, simply add the C-Print suffix to the entire
    short word.
    stopped
    stopd
  25. Suffixes are often used with words that are not abbreviated in
    C-Print because they are less than five letters long.
    In these cases, simply add the C-Print suffix to the entire
    short word.
    willing
    willg
  26. suffix "ment" is "m", and it is used anywhere that syllable appears in a word
    establishment
    estblshm
  27. suffix "ment" is "m", and it is used anywhere that syllable appears in a word
    element
    elm
  28. suffix "ment" is "m", and it is used anywhere that syllable appears in a word
    elementary
    elmre
  29. suffix "ment" is "m", and it is used anywhere that syllable appears in a word
    fundamental
    fndml
  30. suffix "ment" is "m", and it is used anywhere that syllable appears in a word
    departmental
    dprtml
  31. When two suffixes are combined and added to a word, use the letters that represent those endings. 
    S/E=fully, C=fl
    beautifully
    btfl
  32. When two suffixes are combined and added to a word, use the letters that represent those endings. S/E=ingly, C=gl
    willingly
    willgl
  33. When two suffixes are combined and added to a word, use the letters that represent those endings. S/E=edly, C=dl
    admittedly
    admtdl
  34. When two suffixes are combined and added to a word, use the letters that represent those endings. S/E=ively, C=vl
    creatively
    krtvl
  35. When two suffixes are combined and added to a word, use the letters that represent those endings. S/E=ably/ibly, C=bl
    possibly
    psbl
  36. When two suffixes are combined and added to a word, use the letters that represent those endings. S/E=mently, C=ml
    vehemently
    vml
  37. as you know
    auk
  38. as well as
    awa
  39. thank you
    tu
  40. for example
    eg
  41. for your information
    fyi
  42. do you know
    duk
  43. that is
    ie
  44. thank you very much
    tuvm
  45. any questions?
    aq

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