Suffix of able?
can u give me the right suffix of able? ness,ment,ity,let or ful????
No, the suffix -able is a suffix.
The suffix 'able' means 'can be' or 'capable of being'.
-Able is the suffix in unbelievable. -Able means the ability of.
the suffix able means able to do something. example: baerable= able to bear
-able is the suffix
the suffix is -able
-Able is the suffix in retractable. -Able means the state of.
-Able is the suffix of washable. It is a suffix that means ability to.
the suffix is "able"
the suffix is ABLE.
The suffix is -able.
Forgivable, as well as many other words, have the suffix: able.
-ible this suffix means able to be
able is the suffix
The suffix for uncomfortable is able.
The suffix is "-able, " meaning "able to be." Predictable = able to be predicted The prefix is "pre-," meaning "before." The root is "dict," meaning "spoken" Predictable = able to be spoken of before (something happens)
The suffix for the word unavoidable is able. This suffix means able to be and some other examples include excitable, portable, and preventable.
The suffix for the word unable is able. This suffix basically means able to do something. Other examples include excitable, portable, and preventable.
Some words with the suffix able include: unable, believable, and imaginable.
The suffix able means the ability to. Some words with this are solvable, creatable, and moveable.
"Enjoy" doesn't have a suffix. You could add the suffix -able to it to get the word "enjoyable."
The suffix -able (or -ible).
The suffix of the word unavoidable is able. This is because the suffix of a word is the ending of that word.
Yes there is a prefix and a suffix in the word dependable. de- is the prefix able- is the suffix
In prefix able suffix
Able is a suffix if atached to the end of the word, but is also a root meaning, capable of, worthy of.
The suffix -able means the ability to. A few words with this are solvable, predictable, etc.
agree-able love-able Excite-able
Yes it does because UN is a prefix and able is a suffix.
Adding the suffix -able makes the word "valuable."
The prefix of the word is un-. The suffix of the word is -able.
The word reliable does not have a prefix but it does, however, have a suffix and the suffix is -able.
take away the e then add the suffix.
You could add the suffix -able to it to make the word approachable.
Prefix: un Suffix: able Root Word: predict
There is none treatable already has a suffix -able means you can treat it
It comes from the latin suffix -abilitas. which, in turn comes from the latin suffix -abilis, meaning able.
A word with the -able suffix is usually an adjective.
"able" is a suffix to amendable, formed from the root word, amend.
Yes. The prefix is "re", meaning to do again, while the suffix is "able".
able as in "inflatable".
Able is not a prefix. The suffix -able means worth or ability to.
'Disagreed' already has the past tense suffix, -ed. Another suffix, such as -able, could be added to the root word, agree.
Reason is a word by itself and cannot be broken down to word + suffix. The suffix -able can be added to it to form the word 'reasonable'.
"Rely" doesn't have either a prefix or a suffix. You could add the prefix un- and the suffix -able to make the word "unreliable."
CORRECTED: honor is the 'root'. -able is, of itself, a suffix to the word honor. A suffix to the word honorable could be -ly... honorably. honor
The suffix of the word miserable is "-able." A suffix is something added to the end of a word to form a derivative, or a word based on another word or root in the same or a different language. The suffix "-able" implies capability or being properly fit or suited for something or other. Other words that possess this suffix include excusable, unforgettable, and breakable.