Spelling - Eliminating 'e': Activity 5

Sort the examples into two groups

notice + -ing → noticing
notice + -ed → noticed
manage + -ing → managing
manage + -er → manager
change + -ing → changing
change + -ed → changed


Prediction: base words ending in -ge or -ce do drop the e before suffixes which start with e or i, as the e is not needed to mark a ‘soft g’ or ‘soft c’ (they are usually soft before an i as well as an e).

Was this predication true for these examples?

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