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A suffix is an ending added to a word that changes its meaning. Suffixes often turn nouns and verbs into adjectives. For example:

Word + Suffix = New Word
read + able = readable (able to be read)
joy + ful = joyful (full of joy)

Using your knowledge of suffixes, pick the best definition of the CAPITALIZED word.

Melissa believes that even old dogs are TRAINABLE.
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