This mouth morpheme means to be skilled, fancy, or finding something interesting.
Examples: The rocket blasted away without a hitch. Decorating lavishly The water glistened. Oh, how interesting!
This mouth morpheme means really close or extra.
Examples: The plane barely made its landing. Bought it right before it sold out. So beautiful! Whoa, close call!
This mouth morpheme means really long or wildly excited.
Examples: The train chugged up the hill. Taking many fun pictures The vastly long curve Look at that!
This mouth morpheme means finally.
Examples: The bike finally took off. Finally sat down The gate finally opened. Saw something finally
This mouth morpheme means being embarrassed by one’s own mistake.
Examples: The flying helicopter realized it was wrong and turned away embarrassingly. While talking, I felt something was off. I realized my shirt went a bit low and pulled it up to cover my chest. Saw something off
This mouth morpheme means sly, flirty, or feeling sorry.
Examples: The car turned slyly. Flirty texting Styling my hair on the side Oh, that’s too bad!
This mouth morpheme means taking on oneself or making a mistake.
Examples: A boat made a mistake and turned away. Made an error while cooking but making do with it regardless. Uh oh, it is raining! I realized something was off. This mouth morpheme means whoa.
Examples: The motorcycle turned boldly. Dancing stunningly The wind blasted in. So appealing!