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its a prefix?
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A prefix is an extra part of a word at the beginning of a word (un, as in unimportant). A suffix is an extra part of a word at the end of a word (ly, as in gently) Suffix is a…n affix after the end of a word, Pre is before. Girl(s)-the "s" is the suffix & makes plural Clos(ed)-the "ed" is suffix & makes past tense.
A prefix is something that is put onto the start of a word, like dis- you can add it to the start of the word disappear. Also un and anti are examples of prefixes. A suffix is… something that is added to the end of a word, like ing (jumping)
The prefix comes before the root word and the suffix comes after it.
In the English language, a prefix or suffix can be added to a root word to modify its meaning. A prefix comes before the root word, and a suffix comes after. The prefix and …suffix are known as affixes, or additions to a word, and are differentiated by their placement against a word. Common prefixes include un-, dis-, mal-, non-, mid-, and mini-. Common suffixes are - ed, -s, -es, -ing.
Terra means earth or land.
A suffix is something you put at the beginning of a word and a suffix is something you put at the end of a word.
a prefix is the beginning of a word like re,pre,un a suffix is the end of a word like ful,er,ed,ing,and ly
prefix : IL suffix : CAL root word : LOGIC
A Prefix is referring to your status. e.g. Miss, Mr, Mrs, Ms etc.
Prefix is an additional to a word at the biginning of the words like: un,il,dis and in. A suffix appears at the end of a word.