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Using Suffixes to Create Nouns of Recipience

Nominalization refers to the creation of a noun from verbs or adjectives. For verbs that become nouns to represent someone who is the recipient of an action, we often use which suffix? More...
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Using Suffixes to Create Nouns of Recipience
Nominalization refers to the creation of a noun from verbs or adjectives. For verbs that become nouns to represent someone who is the recipient of an action.
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