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TOPIC: ENGLISH SUFFIXES - Which word ending: -FUL or -LESS? 1 Level: Advanced

Complete each of the sentences below by writing ful, less, or, if both are acceptable, both. REMEMBER: Sometimes a word exists (for example "trustless"), but it sounds so unnatural that we don't include it in the "both" option.
ex: cheer -- both toaster,

1. forget -- (ful, less, both)

2. law -- (ful, less, both)

3. job -- (ful, less, both)

4. respect -- (ful, less, both)

5. reck -- (ful, less, both)

6. piti -- (ful, less, both)

7. distrust -- (ful, less, both)

8. play -- (ful, less, both)

9. price -- (ful, less, both)

10. taste -- (ful, less, both)








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