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Root word - happy
Root word + prefix - unhappy
Root word + suffix - happiest
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As a statement: The dog was caught in the fence.
As a question: The dog was caught in the fence?
For more tips on punctuation, check out the infographic "Managing the Punctuation Jungle" which is included as part of this article.
Examples of American vs. British English:
Color vs. Colour
Football vs. Soccer
Flavor vs. Flavour
Honor vs. Honour
For more examples of American and British English check out the slideshow "What's the Diff? American vs. British English"
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The goal is to speak English as much as possible so that you get used to hearing your own voice speaking English.
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