ap presentation suffixes

ap presentation suffixes - the verb form.) • As well as...

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A suffix is an ending, which is placed after the stem of the word to indicate the case of nouns or adjectives, and verb endings. According to the AP Stylebook, there is not just one entry for suffixes. It says to refer to individual suffixes as used. The Stylebook says to refer to the Webster’s New World College Dictionary for words not listed. But if a word is not in the stylebook or dictionary, use two words for the verb form without using the suffix. Example: He closed the door. (using the suffix –ed ) He did close the door. (*In the case that this suffix wouldn’t be found in the stylebook, you would use two words to describe
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Unformatted text preview: the verb form.) • As well as if there is not a word in the stylebook or the dictionary, hyphenate any noun or adjective forms. Example: Obama was elected president in 2008. Obama was the president-elect in 2008. (*In the case that this noun wouldn’t be found in the stylebook, you would hyphenate two words to describe the noun form.) That is a street that only allows you to drive one way . That is a one-way street. (*In the case that this adjective wouldn’t be found in the stylebook, you would hyphenate two words to describe the adjective form.)...
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This note was uploaded on 06/05/2011 for the course MMC 3602 taught by Professor Suris during the Spring '10 term at FIU.

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