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Rule 1: add ing to most words mail + ing = mailing carry + ing =carrying always keep the y before adding the ing ending study + ing= studying play + ing=playing
Rule 2: if the word ends in e, drop the e and add ing ride + ing = riding take + ing = taking
Rule 3: if the word is short and ends with a vowel/consonant, double the consonant and add ing stop + ing = stopping wrap + ing = wrapping
if a word has a double e, do not drop the second e See + ing = seeing change ie to y before adding ing die + ing = dying Special:
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