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i need to know if you can change frothed into a verb, adjective, or adverb. and if it can have any prefixes or suffixes. Please help thanks!

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Frothed is a verb. Frothing can be an adjective (the frothing spit from the crazy man). Frothingly is the adverb form. Froth is the root word. I've shown you some suffixes.

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