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One or more syllables placed in front of a base or root word is called a prefix.

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One or more syllables placed in front of a base or root word is called?

prefix


One or more syllables placed at the end of a base or root word is called a?

...suffix.


Is a suffix put behind or in front of a base word?

Suffix is placed behind the base word.


What is the front base of a fireplace called?

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What is a syllable group of syllables or word joined to the beginning of a word?

A syllable group that is joined to the beginning of a word is called a prefix. Prefixes are added to the front of a base word to modify its meaning or create a new word.


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How many syllables does the word base have?

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How many syllables are in the word base?

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Can a fielder not on a base stump a batter out in rounders?

no, a fielder which is not placed on a base cannot stump the batter out, only a fielder on a base can.


Is auth a prefix?

Are group of letters or syllables that is added to a root word or base from of the word.


Why are the engines of cars are placed in front instead of back?

Because the boot would be silly at the front The old Volkswagen Beetle had a rear engine and a trunk in front, so it has been done. Apparently, putting the engine behind the wheel base can cause handling difficulties, so it's a less practical (or safe) configuration than placing the engine in front.


How many syllables in the word base?

How are you using the word? Check out this site. Mr. Websters knows his stuff.http:/www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/base