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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #85732: Noun Suffixes ( -ance or -ence )
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    Noun Suffixes ( -ance or -ence )


    The suffixes '-ance' and '-ence' mean quality, action, state or process.

    Words ending in these suffixes are usually nouns.

    Both (-ance and -ence ) derive ultimately from Latin.





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