Examples of words ending with sion and cion

Often confuse the right way some words ending in -sión and – tion should be written. This happens since, in Latin America, both “s” and “ c ” are not phonetically distinguished (that is, they are pronounced in the same way) on certain occasions.

Within the books and articles referring to this there are several rules, although it is often possible to find errors. However, there is a practical and simple way so that any speaker who is (that is, he does not distinguish between the letter “s” and the letter “c” in his pronunciation) can find the correct way to write without spelling errors.

How to know if a word is written con -sion or con -ción in a practical and easy way?

In order to identify how to write a word that ends in –sion or –ción we must, first of all, know the meaning of the word to be written since, the way we will have to find out how to write it in a practical way is by knowing the group of words to which they belong. For example: the word inven c ion (written with “c”) is within the family of words inven to , inven tar , etc. That is to say that all these words refer to similar meanings, which refer to the same things or group of things.

The rule of the group of words that end in -so, -sor, -sorio, -sivo are written with “s”

If within the same group of words there are those that end in -so, -sor, -sorio, -sivo we have to know that they are written with “s”. For example, eva sor and eva sivo belong to the same family or group of words (by the concept they have) with eva sion . Following this spelling rule, we will know that it is written with “s”.

If we do not find a word within the group of words that is searched with any of these endings, then the word that ends in -tion must be written with “c”, for example the word affirmation .

The rule of the group of words that ends in -to, -tor, -torio and -tivo is written with “c”

Sometimes some words that end in -to, -tor, -torio and -tivo can help us to identify that the word that ends in -tion should be written with “c”. For example, can tor is word family of the word can tion . Following this spelling rule may recognize that can tion is written with “c”. Another example is contemplated tion is written with “c” as there is contemplated word tivo . Sometimes it will not be easy to recognize if a word is within the same group of words but this is achieved with practice and reading .

The spelling accent in the words con -sion and -cion

It is important not to forget to always place the orthographic accent in all the words that end with –sion  or –ción

10 Examples of words that end with –sion with their word family

  1. Depression derived from depre sivo .
  2. Drive that comes from Pul so .
  3. TV that contains within its family of words the word Televi sivo .
  4. Extension forming with exten so , exten sive and exten sor a family or group of words.
  5. Exclusion. Coming from exclu sive .
  6. Fusion. The word belonging to this group is efu sivo .
  7. Allusion. It contains in its family the word of allu sive .
  8. Extortion (Extor sivo )
  9. Adhesion (adhe sive )
  10. Aggression (agres ivo, Agre sor )

10 Examples of words that end with -tion in your word family

  1. Aviation. It does not have familiar word endings with -so, -sor, -sorio, -sivo and is therefore written with “c”.
  2. Clarification. Within his word family is the clear word TiVo
  3. Contemplation (contemplates tive )
  4. Anticipation (anticipates tive )
  5. Affirmation (says TiVo )
  6. Fortune telling. It does not have familiar word endings with -so, -sor, -sorio, -sivo and is therefore written with “c”.
  7. Cushioning. It does not have familiar word endings with -so, -sor, -sorio, -sivo and is therefore written with “c”.
  8. Appeal (appeals tive )
  9. Cancellation (nullifies tive )
  10. Condemnation. It does not have familiar word endings with -so, -sor, -sorio, -sivo and is therefore written with “c”.

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