Today, let’s take a quick look at 2 suffixes: -less and -ful.
We use both suffixes to turn nouns into adjectives and talk about a quality. The difference is that when you use -less, you want to say that something or someone is without this quality and when you use -ful you mean it’s full of this quality.
Some nouns can have both suffixes, while others can use only one or none of them.
Let’s look at some examples:
Let’s look at these and a few other examples in practice:
I hope this was helpful to you and I’d like to ask you:
When you’re feeling down, what can quickly make you cheerful again?
Let us know in the comments section and see you next Saturday! 🙂