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Suffixes –IC, -ER, -IST, -LY
- ly = how, like, or when - Keywords: safely, nightly - Usually an adverb
- ic = having to do with - Key Words: heroic, scientific - Usually an adjective
- ist = one who - Key Words: artist, scientist - Usually a noun
- er = one who, that which, or more than - Key Words: teacher rockerricher (one who) (that which) (more than)
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