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Systematic variation/gradation of vowels in a word element, reflecting a change in grammatical function (e.g. sing, sang, sung, song).
Questions about words spelled with either *-able* or *-ible*.
English used and created by Indigenous Australians
Questions related to academic English or English for academic purposes, i.e. the English used in higher education.
Pronunciation characteristics of a certain individual, location, or nation. Generally does NOT include learning to speak with various accents or identifying accents.
words which were created by taking the first letter (or several letters) of each word of a phrase.
indicate that the subject of a sentence is performing the action or causing the event or process described by the verb, as 'kicked' in "the boy kicked the football"
just one of several different types of noun modifiers, typically used to premodify or describe a noun. Do not confuse adjectives with nouns used attributively to modify other nouns. Adj…
The position of an adverb often depends on the kind of adverb (manner, place, time, degree) and if the word being modified is a verb or an adjective.
a word that modifies an adjective, adverb, preposition, phrase, or sentence, expressing some relation of place, time, circumstance, causality, manner, or degree.
a noun which identifies the performer of an action, typically derived from the verb for that action. For example, a *writer* is one who *writes*; *writer* is the agent noun.
Questions about suffixes like "-er" that create "agent nouns"; see also the tag "agent-nouns".
For questions about how words change depending on other words in a sentence. Also called concord.
Questions about the usage, etymology, history, and meaning of the contraction "ain't."