Difference between “Above” and “Over”

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Both “over” and “above” mean ‘higher than’ and in many cases are interchangeable. But there are some differences between them.

Adjectives with the suffix -ABLE

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The suffix -able can be added to verbs to form adjectives that mean ‘capable of’ or ‘suitable for’. Here are some examples of the adjectives with the suffix -able: CAPABLE – having the ability to do something. Ex: I am capable of typing very fast. AFFORDABLE – cheap enough. Ex: These holiday arrangements are affordable. […]