What’s the best option for the prefix word below.
What she is trying to do is totally _______ logical.
The following is an example of word formation by prefixation:
The suffixes –AN as in “American” (line 95), –ION as in “Association” (line 95) and –LY as in “nationally” (line 109) are used to form respectively
Prefixes and suffixes give different meanings to words. They are sets of letters that are added to the beginning or end of another word. They are not words in their own right and cannot stand on their own in a sentence: if they are printed on their own they have a hyphen before or after them. Knowing the prefixes which of the alternatives below show one that has a negative meaning?
In “Strengthening connections with workers can lead to a win-win situation" (paragraph 1, line 2), the word win-win is an example of:
Based on the ideas and linguistic aspects of the text above, judge the item below.
In terms of word formation, the adjective “international" (R.27) is a case of affixation, as a prefix and a suffix have been added to the root of the word nation.
“...fun and happiness." Ness is a suffix that indicates:
The word 'unnecessary' in "it would be an unnecessary financial burden" is formed by the prefix -un. The prefix -un has been added to the words below. Choose the only correct word;
The word lighthearted is formed by:
The following is an example of word formation by compounding:
The word overloaded is formed by:
Based on the text, judge the following items.
“others", in “among others" (line 12), cannot be correctly replaced by another.
Instruction: Answer question based on the following text.
Analyse the following statements about word formation. I. ‘unmelodious’ (l.05) and ‘viable’ (l.22) are formed by suffixation. II. Both ‘mostly’ (l.11) and ‘simply’ (l.17) are formed by only adding the suffix –ly. III. The suffix –ly only forms adverbs. Which ones are INCORRECT?
The following is an example of word formation by verb to adjective conversion:
Afixos (sufixos e prefixos) são elementos que modificam as palavras e atribuem a elas determinadas classes morfológicas. Os sufixos -/y em "succinctly" (1 o Parágrafo) e -ing em "saying" (3° Parágrafo) atribuem aos termos 'succinct" e "say", respectivamente, as seguintes classes: