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Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday
         Words ending in -ed, -ing, -er, or -est
Skill - Some base words do not change when adding -ed, -ing, -er,
and est. (example: greatest) Others do change.

Generally, if a word ends with a single vowel followed by a single
consonant, you must double the final consonant before adding the
ending. (example: plan ned)

For words ending with -e, drop the -e before adding the ending.
(example: leave -> leaving)

For most words ending in a consonant followed by -y, change the -y
to -i before adding the ending except when adding -ing.
(example: heavy -> heav ier; supply -> supplying)


   using        getting       easiest      swimming heavier

greatest       pleased       emptied        leaving       worried

strangest freezing           funniest       angrier      shopped

included      occurred supplying            scarier      happiest

				
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