6.(a) From the passage below, identify five words with different suffixes and then underline the suffix in each word and state its function.
Corruption goes beyond offices, business and other formal organizations. Ordinary people engage in corruption too. When small-scale farmers add water to their milk or when traders stuff the bottom of their containers of potatoes or charcoal before selling their goods to unsuspecting customers, aren't they involved in the act of corruption?
Pupils have not been spared from this evil either. Some just queue, give or receive small bribes, cheating in examinations, and steal or use school property irresponsibly.
While corruption may appear to benefit a few individuals, it is in fact more injurious to the majority of people and to the whole community or country. It slows down economic growth, especially when public funds are squandered. It also keeps investors away thus making the people poor.
(b) Identify the inflectional and derivational morphemes in the following words and then state their function: