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Study the word list: Words ending in -ve

Very few English words end in just v . Most times you have to use -ve .

Word list: Words ending in -ve

live I want to live in New York.
have What have I done with my car keys?
love I love to draw and paint.
above A swallow was flying up above.
glove Have you seen my other glove?
serve They serve the best steak in town.
nerve It takes a lot of nerve to swim with sharks.
active My grandpa is very active despite his age.
captive Keeping wild animals captive is cruel.
massive That footballer is paid a massive amount of money.
native The cooks traveled the world to experience authentic native cuisines.
attractive She found him very attractive.
extensive There was extensive flooding after the rain.
relative My brother is my closest relative.
sensitive He was more sensitive than he let on.
detective The detective was able to solve the case.
aggressive Some wild animals are aggressive.

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