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Q: The suffix , -ment as in recruitment, -ion as in vision, -ed as in plotted, or none of these, when added to a word, refers to a process?
A: Answer is non of these. The suffix , -ing as in cooking, when added to a word, refers to a process. ‘-ing’: the verb is being used in the present continuous to signify a process of doing.
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Answer is non of these.

The suffix , -ing as in cooking, when added to a word, refers to a process.
‘-ing’: the verb is being used in the present continuous to signify a process of doing.




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