(= again)rewrite, relive
(= not enough)underpaid, underfed
You can also make new words from the words you already know by using different endings. For example, "
The person who employs me
has a fast car". You can make this sentence simpler,by replacing "the person who employs me" with "my employer". This gives you "
has a fast car."In English you can make nouns from verbs (
). You canalso make verbs from nouns or adjectives:
and so on. Learning what endings you can put on words means you can expand your vocabulary and say what you mean more easily.Here are some common word endings:
: a person who does somethingadviser / advisor, teacher, learner -
: result of actionimprovement, advancement-
: name of system or belief realism, optimism-
: the person who believes in the systemrealist, optimist-