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‘s

‘s firstly following proper noun as a possessive marker, or contracted is. Then it could be ‘has’ or the second part of a modal. 1 ‘S (GE) 36030994 2 ‘S (VBZ) 24517319 3 ‘S (GE_VBZ) 2613954 4 ‘S (VBZ_VHZ@) 1206666 5 ‘S (VHZ) 1063909 6 ‘S (VBZ_GE) 951275 7 ‘S (VM22) 864498 ‘let’s not’ is […]

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UP

1 UP (RP) 19743206 2 UP (RP_II@) 3008504 3 UP (II21) 1942393 ‘up to’ is listed at B1 as complex prepositions. 4 UP (RG21) 1805583 5 UP (II@_RP) 685075 6 UP (JJ31) 163024 7 UP (II) 151922 8 UP (II@) 91364 9 UP (RL21) 84386 10 UP (RP_VV0%) 81423 11 UP (JJ22) 47065 12 UP […]

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-ALS word ending

  MATERIALS (NN2)   GOALS (NN2)   INDIVIDUALS (NN2)   ANIMALS (NN2)   PROFESSIONALS (NN2)   OFFICIALS (NN2)   MEALS (NN2)   HOSPITALS (NN2)   CHEMICALS (NN2)   TRIALS (NN2)   REVEALS (VVZ)   DEALS (NN2)   SIGNALS (NN2)   PROPOSALS (NN2)   MINERALS (NN2)   LOCALS (NN2)   FINALS (NN2)   METALS (NN2)   CREDENTIALS (NN2)   TUTORIALS (NN2)   FESTIVALS (NN2)   INTERVALS (NN2)   APPEALS (NN2)   DEALS (VVZ_NN2)   ESSENTIALS (NN2)   JOURNALS (NN2)   CRIMINALS (NN2)   DEALS […]

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suffixes

Noun If you include an article or determiner plus a word that ends with: (AL|ANCE|ATION|TION|SION|URE|MENT|AGE|ING|ERY|NESS|ITY|ISM| TH|Y|ERY|TY|ANT|ENT|EE|IST|AR|ER|OR|ster|ARIAN|EE|ER|EER|IST|ETTE| SIE|SY|IE|Y|LET|LING|KIN|DOM|SHIP|HOOD) you probably have a noun phrase. *er though could be comparative adjective! Adjective (AL|ARY|FUL|IC|ICAL|ISH|LESS|LIKE|LY|OUS|Y|ABLE|IBLE|ANT|ENT|IVE|ING|ED|EN|esque|ious|ous) VERB (ate|en|ify|fy|ize|ise) ADVERB -ly *the problem with including -y is that it clashes with -ly   -AL noun or adjective In the top 100 […]

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TIME

1 TIME (NNT1) 24212119 2 TIME (NNT1_VV0%) 371235 3 TIME (RR42) 192513 4 TIME (RR44) 191760 5 TIME (VV0%) 101432 6 TIME (VV0%_NNT1) 83462 7 TIME (RT43) 37727 8 TIME (RR31) 21289 9 TIME (VVI) 9981

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