Monday, 30 May 2022

A SHORT NOTE ON "PREFIXES"





 A prefix is an affix placed before the root of  a word. It is also called a pre formative because it alters the form of the words to which is is affixed. All prefixes are derivational and do not change the lexical category of the base. Prefixing is one of the important English word- formation process.

Examples:

happy - un happy

Polite - impolite

Honest - dishonest

Complete - incomplete

View - Preview, review

Do - Undo, redo

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