Monthly Archives: February 2008

Frequentative -le, and crooked-eared owls

I love AlphaDictionary! Today Dr. Goodword taught me about a whole class of verbs I’d never heard of before. They’re known as “frequentative” verbs, and they are formed by adding -le or -er to an existing verb to indicate repetitive … Continue reading

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