Answer to Question #101347 in Other English for Manoj

Question #101347
Explain consonants with inflectional suffixes.
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2020-01-15T09:41:44-0500

A consonant with inflection suffixes refers to a form of word that indicates change in the manner it is used and understood. For instance, “travels”, “traveling”, “travelled” are different inflectional forms of the word “travel”. However, some inflectional suffixes such as “–ed” “-ing” could require the doubling of consonant to provide the desired meaning. For instance, run becomes running following the addition of inflectional suffixes “–ing” and the doubling of consonant “n”.



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