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there's a problem on my worksheet and it gose like this "to add the er suffix to words ending in a stressed sylable with one vowel and one consonant,___________________________."
I've got that but then it asks for an example that's ware i'm stuck.

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    I can think of many one-syllable words and words with two syllables in which the first syllable is stressed. Are you sure you need to find a two-syllable word in which the second syllable is stressed?

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    It says find 1 vowel and 1 consonat

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