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can be neither seen nor touched transitive verb
2. has a receiver named adverb suffix
3. has no receiver named joint ownership
4. expresses highest or lowest degree of comparison verb tense
5. add sign of possession to last name intransitive verb
6. indicates time abstract noun
7. -ly adjective
8. modifies a noun superlative degree

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