A word within a word
A group of letters put before a root word which changes its meaning
A group of letters put at the end of a root word which changes its meaning
Don't read it
Read it again
Read it for the first time
Always feeling tired
Never felling tired
Feeling less tired than someone else
This one is lightest than that one
This one is lighted than that one
This one is lighter than that one
Formed for the first time
Formed for the last time
It tells you that you need to cook the pies.
It tell you the pies need cooking again.
It tells you the pies have already been cooked.
It tells you that the cat appeared bigger than before.
It tells you that the cat vanished.
It tell you that the act appeared to be further away.
It tells you that her house was empty that weekend.
It tells you that her house was a mess that weekend.
It tells you that she had lots of people staying in her house that weekend.