Logic of English - Spelling Rules.pdf
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Rule Double the last consonant when adding a vowel suffix to words ending in one vowel f consonant only if the syllable before the suffix is accented. SH never beginning of any syllable after the first one, except for the ending -ship. To make a noun plural, add the ending -S, unless the word hisses or changes; then add Occasional nouns have no change or an irregular spelling. To make a verb 3rd person singular, add the ending -S, unless the word hisses or chan four verbs are irregular.