Usually a noun can be made from a verb by adding an -er as a suffix (to paint -> painter, to eat -> eater). What is the rule for verbs that already end with the letter "e", such as "see", "flee", "agree"? Do we:
- Add an "er" (agree -> agreeer)
- Add only an r (agree -> agreer), and if so, are they pronounced without the "er" sound?
- Do something else (Chrome's spellchecker underlined both of these)
- Or do they not exist at all (agree -> people who agree)?