after a consonant, use TION most of the time: exception, refection, construction, instruction, objection, adoption, eruption, after an L, use SION: compulsion, propulsion, convulsion, revulsion, emulsion, repulsion, expulsion, after an N, look it up. use TION or SION: attention, invention, prevention, extension, mansion, comprehension, suspension,

Barton 5.7 -tion or -sion (part 2)

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