Let’s see Example:
Here are some rules for correct spelling or check grammar.
These are discussed below :
A. DOUBLING THE CONSONANT
1. Word of one syllable ending in -I, with a single vowel before it, have -II at the end :
Fill Full tall well pill
Till Stall, pull Tell kill
a) Words of one syllable ending in II, with a double vowel before, it, have only – I at the end :
Steal Stool Seal pool
Stell Peel Appeal Feel
b) Words of one syllable ending in -I drop the final -I when they are used as a suffix.
Exception: A few one-syllable words retain the II at the end.
II) Words Of one syllable ending in a constant with a single vowel before it, double the consonant before a suffix begging with a vowel letter.
III) Words of more than one syllable follow the above rule if the words is stressed on the last syllable.
Beginning Upsetting conferred
Permitted Compelling Occurred
IV) The Consonant -I is usually doubled even the stress does not fall on the last syllable.
THE PROBLEM OF FINAL “e” :
I. The final-e is dropped before a suffix that begins with a vowel
Give +ing =Giving Move +able =moving Leave +ing= Leaving Cure+able=curable
II. But the final -e is retained before a suffix beginning with a consonant :
Hope +Full= Hopeful
Engage +ment = engagement
III) Words ending in -Ce or ge retain the -e before a suffix beginning with a, o, u, e, g
IV) But if the ‘Y’ is preceded by a vowel, it, the final ‘y’ remains unchanged before any suffix.
V) In forming plural or adding the ending of the third person singular of the Present Indefinite Tense :
a) The ‘y’ preceded by a consonant changes to ‘I’ and adds -es,
b) The ‘Y’ Preceded by a vowel remain unchanged and adds -s;
THE FINAL ‘Y’ :
I. The final ‘Y’ of Word changes to ‘I’ before ending excepting if it is preceded by a consonant.
II. The Final ‘Y’ of a word will remain unchanged if it is preceded by a vowel and ‘S’ will added after the ‘Y’.
D. THE SUFFIX ‘FULL’:
When the suffix ‘full’ is added to another word, the second ‘I’ is dropped.
Joy+ Full = Joyful
Beauty +Full = Beautyful