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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #90313: Suffixes in derivation
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    Suffixes in derivation

    Using the word in parentheses, add the correct suffix based on the context.

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    1. In the last rinsing water, I add a water (soften) because we have hard water.

    2. The workers protested (loud) against the new measures.

    3. When you buy new clothes, it is a good idea to make sure that they are (wash) . Otherwise you will have to have them dry-cleaned.

    4. In a sport or game, the (refer) must take care to stay out of the way of the players.

    5. Tom is stupid and what he is doing is (point) !

    6. I'm (thank) to my parents for what they have done for me.

    7. A white walking stick means you suffer from (blind) .

    8. Since the birth of his son, he has become a better parent. I would say that (father) really agrees with him.

    9. This strawberry jam is (taste) . It's not sweet enough!

    10. Walk quietly, (noiseless) ! The kitten is frightened.

    11. He died in his sleep. What a (peace) death!

    12. I have just met the (to own) of the house next door.

    13. This law isn't socially (accept) . It's too unjust!

    14. Soccer is played by two teams of eleven (play) .

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