How I change VERB to NOUN, ADJECTIVE to NOUN and ADJECTIVE to NOUN?

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With the use of different suffixes (word endings, such as -er, -ian, -ist, -ness etc.) you can change what part of speech words are. Here are some examples:
VERB TO NOUN

  • Play (verb) + er = Player (noun)
  • Sing (verb) + er = Singer (noun)
  • Act (verb) + or = Actor (noun)
  • Music (verb) + ian = Musician (noun)

ADJECTIVE TO NOUN

  • Happy (adjective) + ness = Happiness (noun)
  • Crazy (adjective) + ness = Craziness (noun)
  • Sad (adjective) + ness = Sadness (noun)
  • Lazy (adjective) + ness = Laziness (noun)

 
For more examples, see Where can we use ‘er’ or ‘or’ to change a verb into noun?

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