Suffixes are groups of letters placed after a word to modify its meaning or change it into a different word group, from an adjective to an adverb, etc.
EG: gladly (the suffix -ly changes the word from an adjective to an adverb)
approached (the suffix -ed changes the verb from the present to the past)
See Also: Prefix; Affix; Morpheme; Inflection
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