A site for spellers, teachers of spelling and reading, and students of english words
cummings, spell, spelling, english, words, spellers, teachers, reading, read, reader cummings, spell, spelling, english, words, spellers, teachers, reading, read, reader cummings, spell, spelling, english, words, spellers, teachers, reading, read, reader
cummings, spell, spelling, english, words, spellers, teachers, reading, read, reader cummings, spell, spelling, english, words, spellers, teachers, reading, read, reader
 
cummings, spell, spelling, english, words, spellers, teachers, reading, read, reader cummings, spell, spelling, english, words, spellers, teachers, reading, read, reader

Questions and Answers

>> Search questions and answers

Keyword or phrase:   
Topic: 
     or view all answers

Bulletin board

to show a person proffesion or occupation teacher :one who teaches is known as teacher i think it comes under noun these nouns are consider.what kind of nouns or words
Words like teacher “one who teaches” are called agent nouns because they refer to agents – that is, to people who do things. They are formed by adding the suffix -er to the verb. Thus, a baker is one who bakes, a farmer is one who farms. The suffix -er can also be added to mechanisms and other things to form what are sometimes called instrumental nouns, things that are used by agents to do something: A computer is used to compute, a sprayer is used to spray, a scraper is used to scrape. The suffix -er has the variant form -or – as in professor, accusor, inventor.
  cummings, spell, spelling, english, words, spellers, teachers, reading, read, reader
cummings, spell, spelling, english, words, spellers, teachers, reading, read, reader