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“Suffixes “

“Suffixes

One way to increase your vocabulary is to learn to reoganize and to use suffixes.
A suffix: is one or two more syllables palced  after  a root word to form a new word .
root            suffixes             new word
 appear    +     ance         =    appearance         
 adjust    +     ment        =     adjustment       
 arrange  +    ment       =      arrangement
Friend      +   ship          =    friendship

Noun suffixes Than Mean” One Who Does Something “ 
root         Example              Meaning
 –ant       commandant    one who commands
  
 –eer        auctioneer        one who auctions 
er        photographer  one who takes photos
ist        geolgist   one who studies in geology
ician  magician    one who performs magic


Noun suffixes That Make  Abstract Words  
root            Meaning
 –ance         vigilance
 –ence         independence  
ation         imagination
ition          condition
dom           freedom
hood          womanhood
-ice               cowardice

Noun suffixes That Make  Abstract Words  
root            Meaning
 –ism           realism
 –ment        encouragement  
ness           kindness
ship            friendship
tude            solitude
Ty               frailty
ity               ability

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“Suffixes “

“Suffixes

One way to increase your vocabulary is to learn to reoganize and to use suffixes.
A suffix: is one or two more syllables palced  after  a root word to form a new word .
root            suffixes             new word
 appear    +     ance         =    appearance         
 adjust    +     ment        =     adjustment       
 arrange  +    ment       =      arrangement
Friend      +   ship          =    friendship

Noun suffixes Than Mean” One Who Does Something “ 
root         Example              Meaning
 –ant       commandant    one who commands
  
 –eer        auctioneer        one who auctions 
er        photographer  one who takes photos
ist        geolgist   one who studies in geology
ician  magician    one who performs magic


Noun suffixes That Make  Abstract Words  
root            Meaning
 –ance         vigilance
 –ence         independence  
ation         imagination
ition          condition
dom           freedom
hood          womanhood
-ice               cowardice

Noun suffixes That Make  Abstract Words  
root            Meaning
 –ism           realism
 –ment        encouragement  
ness           kindness
ship            friendship
tude            solitude
Ty               frailty
ity               ability

I’m your Personal English Coach in Granollers, Barcelona.
You can follow me on :

See ya.

“Suffixes “

“Suffixes

One way to increase your vocabulary is to learn to reoganize and to use suffixes.
A suffix: is one or two more syllables palced  after  a root word to form a new word .
root            suffixes             new word
 appear    +     ance         =    appearance         
 adjust    +     ment        =     adjustment       
 arrange  +    ment       =      arrangement
Friend      +   ship          =    friendship

Noun suffixes Than Mean” One Who Does Something “ 
root         Example              Meaning
 –ant       commandant    one who commands
  
 –eer        auctioneer        one who auctions 
er        photographer  one who takes photos
ist        geolgist   one who studies in geology
ician  magician    one who performs magic


Noun suffixes That Make  Abstract Words  
root            Meaning
 –ance         vigilance
 –ence         independence  
ation         imagination
ition          condition
dom           freedom
hood          womanhood
-ice               cowardice

Noun suffixes That Make  Abstract Words  
root            Meaning
 –ism           realism
 –ment        encouragement  
ness           kindness
ship            friendship
tude            solitude
Ty               frailty
ity               ability

I’m your Personal English Coach in Granollers, Barcelona.
You can follow me on :

See ya.

“Suffixes “

“Suffixes

One way to increase your vocabulary is to learn to reoganize and to use suffixes.
A suffix: is one or two more syllables palced  after  a root word to form a new word .
root            suffixes             new word
 appear    +     ance         =    appearance         
 adjust    +     ment        =     adjustment       
 arrange  +    ment       =      arrangement
Friend      +   ship          =    friendship

Noun suffixes Than Mean” One Who Does Something “ 
root         Example              Meaning
 –ant       commandant    one who commands
  
 –eer        auctioneer        one who auctions 
er        photographer  one who takes photos
ist        geolgist   one who studies in geology
ician  magician    one who performs magic


Noun suffixes That Make  Abstract Words  
root            Meaning
 –ance         vigilance
 –ence         independence  
ation         imagination
ition          condition
dom           freedom
hood          womanhood
-ice               cowardice

Noun suffixes That Make  Abstract Words  
root            Meaning
 –ism           realism
 –ment        encouragement  
ness           kindness
ship            friendship
tude            solitude
Ty               frailty
ity               ability

I’m your Personal English Coach in Granollers, Barcelona.
You can follow me on :

See ya.

“Suffixes “

“Suffixes

One way to increase your vocabulary is to learn to reoganize and to use suffixes.
A suffix: is one or two more syllables palced  after  a root word to form a new word .
root            suffixes             new word
 appear    +     ance         =    appearance         
 adjust    +     ment        =     adjustment       
 arrange  +    ment       =      arrangement
Friend      +   ship          =    friendship

Noun suffixes Than Mean” One Who Does Something “ 
root         Example              Meaning
 –ant       commandant    one who commands
  
 –eer        auctioneer        one who auctions 
er        photographer  one who takes photos
ist        geolgist   one who studies in geology
ician  magician    one who performs magic


Noun suffixes That Make  Abstract Words  
root            Meaning
 –ance         vigilance
 –ence         independence  
ation         imagination
ition          condition
dom           freedom
hood          womanhood
-ice               cowardice

Noun suffixes That Make  Abstract Words  
root            Meaning
 –ism           realism
 –ment        encouragement  
ness           kindness
ship            friendship
tude            solitude
Ty               frailty
ity               ability

I’m your Personal English Coach in Granollers, Barcelona.
You can follow me on :

See ya.

“Suffixes “

“Suffixes

One way to increase your vocabulary is to learn to reoganize and to use suffixes.
A suffix: is one or two more syllables palced  after  a root word to form a new word .
root            suffixes             new word
 appear    +     ance         =    appearance         
 adjust    +     ment        =     adjustment       
 arrange  +    ment       =      arrangement
Friend      +   ship          =    friendship

Noun suffixes Than Mean” One Who Does Something “ 
root         Example              Meaning
 –ant       commandant    one who commands
  
 –eer        auctioneer        one who auctions 
er        photographer  one who takes photos
ist        geolgist   one who studies in geology
ician  magician    one who performs magic


Noun suffixes That Make  Abstract Words  
root            Meaning
 –ance         vigilance
 –ence         independence  
ation         imagination
ition          condition
dom           freedom
hood          womanhood
-ice               cowardice

Noun suffixes That Make  Abstract Words  
root            Meaning
 –ism           realism
 –ment        encouragement  
ness           kindness
ship            friendship
tude            solitude
Ty               frailty
ity               ability

I’m your Personal English Coach in Granollers, Barcelona.
You can follow me on :

See ya.

“Suffixes “

“Suffixes

One way to increase your vocabulary is to learn to reoganize and to use suffixes.
A suffix: is one or two more syllables palced  after  a root word to form a new word .
root            suffixes             new word
 appear    +     ance         =    appearance         
 adjust    +     ment        =     adjustment       
 arrange  +    ment       =      arrangement
Friend      +   ship          =    friendship

Noun suffixes Than Mean” One Who Does Something “ 
root         Example              Meaning
 –ant       commandant    one who commands
  
 –eer        auctioneer        one who auctions 
er        photographer  one who takes photos
ist        geolgist   one who studies in geology
ician  magician    one who performs magic


Noun suffixes That Make  Abstract Words  
root            Meaning
 –ance         vigilance
 –ence         independence  
ation         imagination
ition          condition
dom           freedom
hood          womanhood
-ice               cowardice

Noun suffixes That Make  Abstract Words  
root            Meaning
 –ism           realism
 –ment        encouragement  
ness           kindness
ship            friendship
tude            solitude
Ty               frailty
ity               ability

I’m your Personal English Coach in Granollers, Barcelona.
You can follow me on :

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Adjective using That- clause “

Today, we will studyAdjective using Thatclause  “

Certain adjectives can be postmodified by a That-clause
These include past participles that are used as adjectives:
e.G
Our  mothers were sure that we would agree.
Our mothers were sure  we would agree.

So: “Adjective using That-clause 
after   certains adjectives  , including :
 afraid     alarmed    amazed    amused    angry
Anxious   ashamed    astonished      confident 
Delighted    depressed   determined   disgusted
Glad    happy   hopeful     optimistic     sorry  


So:  Adjective using To-infinitive
they express a feeling , and “to “ gives the cause of the feeling
  e.g .
Amused     angry     annoyed        ashamed  
Bored      concerned      content      delighted
Depressed  disappointed    disgusted  excited
Pleased     proud     sad       surprised    upset

So:  Adjective using To-infinitive
 they express a feeling , and “to “ gives the cause of the feeling.  So the To-clause often has a perfect infinitive
  e.g .
 My father was pleased to have passed the exam
                                        Perfect infinitive
It means : He was pleased to pass the exam
                  : He was happy that he himself passed the exam.
So:  Adjective using To-infinitive
they express an attitude towards the action of the clause .the attitude is previous to the action. So a perfect infinitve is not possible here.
  e.g .
 He is prepared to lend us the money
Are you afraid to go out in the storm ?

 So:  Adjective using To-infinitive
  e.g .
 afraid        apt       curious       determine 
Eager       free         impatient     inclined
Keen        prepared    ready        reluctant
Unwilling     willing   

  
So:  Adjective using To-infinitive
 Prompt / quick / and slow  can also be postmodified with “ to –clause “ , but  with a different meaning:. 
  e.g .
 They were quick to complain
It means : they complained immediately
Our teacher were slow to notice
It means : He does not notice immediately
The villagers were prompt to offer help.
It means : they offered help immedialely

 
 I’m your Personal English Coach in Granollers, Barcelona.

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Adjective using That- clause “

Today, we will studyAdjective using Thatclause  “

Certain adjectives can be postmodified by a That-clause
These include past participles that are used as adjectives:
e.G
Our  mothers were sure that we would agree.
Our mothers were sure  we would agree.

So: “Adjective using That-clause 
after   certains adjectives  , including :
 afraid     alarmed    amazed    amused    angry
Anxious   ashamed    astonished      confident 
Delighted    depressed   determined   disgusted
Glad    happy   hopeful     optimistic     sorry  


So:  Adjective using To-infinitive
they express a feeling , and “to “ gives the cause of the feeling
  e.g .
Amused     angry     annoyed        ashamed  
Bored      concerned      content      delighted
Depressed  disappointed    disgusted  excited
Pleased     proud     sad       surprised    upset

So:  Adjective using To-infinitive
 they express a feeling , and “to “ gives the cause of the feeling.  So the To-clause often has a perfect infinitive
  e.g .
 My father was pleased to have passed the exam
                                        Perfect infinitive
It means : He was pleased to pass the exam
                  : He was happy that he himself passed the exam.
So:  Adjective using To-infinitive
they express an attitude towards the action of the clause .the attitude is previous to the action. So a perfect infinitve is not possible here.
  e.g .
 He is prepared to lend us the money
Are you afraid to go out in the storm ?

 So:  Adjective using To-infinitive
  e.g .
 afraid        apt       curious       determine 
Eager       free         impatient     inclined
Keen        prepared    ready        reluctant
Unwilling     willing   

  
So:  Adjective using To-infinitive
 Prompt / quick / and slow  can also be postmodified with “ to –clause “ , but  with a different meaning:. 
  e.g .
 They were quick to complain
It means : they complained immediately
Our teacher were slow to notice
It means : He does not notice immediately
The villagers were prompt to offer help.
It means : they offered help immedialely

 
 I’m your Personal English Coach in Granollers, Barcelona.

You can follow me on :

See ya.

Adjective using That- clause “

Today, we will studyAdjective using Thatclause  “

Certain adjectives can be postmodified by a That-clause
These include past participles that are used as adjectives:
e.G
Our  mothers were sure that we would agree.
Our mothers were sure  we would agree.

So: “Adjective using That-clause 
after   certains adjectives  , including :
 afraid     alarmed    amazed    amused    angry
Anxious   ashamed    astonished      confident 
Delighted    depressed   determined   disgusted
Glad    happy   hopeful     optimistic     sorry  


So:  Adjective using To-infinitive
they express a feeling , and “to “ gives the cause of the feeling
  e.g .
Amused     angry     annoyed        ashamed  
Bored      concerned      content      delighted
Depressed  disappointed    disgusted  excited
Pleased     proud     sad       surprised    upset

So:  Adjective using To-infinitive
 they express a feeling , and “to “ gives the cause of the feeling.  So the To-clause often has a perfect infinitive
  e.g .
 My father was pleased to have passed the exam
                                        Perfect infinitive
It means : He was pleased to pass the exam
                  : He was happy that he himself passed the exam.
So:  Adjective using To-infinitive
they express an attitude towards the action of the clause .the attitude is previous to the action. So a perfect infinitve is not possible here.
  e.g .
 He is prepared to lend us the money
Are you afraid to go out in the storm ?

 So:  Adjective using To-infinitive
  e.g .
 afraid        apt       curious       determine 
Eager       free         impatient     inclined
Keen        prepared    ready        reluctant
Unwilling     willing   

  
So:  Adjective using To-infinitive
 Prompt / quick / and slow  can also be postmodified with “ to –clause “ , but  with a different meaning:. 
  e.g .
 They were quick to complain
It means : they complained immediately
Our teacher were slow to notice
It means : He does not notice immediately
The villagers were prompt to offer help.
It means : they offered help immedialely

 
 I’m your Personal English Coach in Granollers, Barcelona.

You can follow me on :

See ya.