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Anonymous:
I need a list of English words and their different forms.

ie:

loan loan
loan loanable
loan loaned
loan loaner
loan loaners
loan loaning
loan loans

or

busy busied
busy busier
busy busies
busy busiest
busy busyness
busy busy
busy busying

Does anyone know where I can find such a list? I am a programmer, so it can be in any format as long as I can determine which forms are associated with which base word. The larger the list the better. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Just so you don't think you're being ignored-- I can't imagine such a list having been composed, unless by someone working on a program similar to your own. It does not seem like a profitable exercise otherwise.
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Anonymous:
I don't know of a very complete list, however there is a book called 501 English verbs that gives 501 of the most common verbs and their tenses. I think you can get a CD of it. Other than that you might just look for a dictionary that lists the different forms of words. Sorry I couldn't be of more help.
Anonymous:
Try www.etymonline.com
Anonymous:
Also try
www.kent.k12.wa.us/ksd/MA/resources/greek_and_latin_roots/transition.html
www.prefixsuffix.com
Anonymous:
wildest what is this a base,prefixes or suffixes
Anonymous:
learn more prefixes
Anonymous:
what is this for, homework?
Anonymous:
Yes it is for homework. HELP
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