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Department
Classics
Course
CLA201H1
Professor
Traill
Semester
Winter

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Lecture 1: Components of Terms Dr. Traill, January 9, 2012 PREFIX + ROOT/STEM/BASE + SUFFIX Root: element that has a common meaning to all words of a related group Prefix: element attached to the beginning of a root to elaborate, qualify or intensify meaning → Generally derived from a preposition or an adverb → Other roots that are components of compound words do not count as prefixes Suffix: element attached to the end of a root to contribute its meaning to a word → May indicate part of speech, gender, case, number, person, tense, mood or voice Combining vowel: vowel between two constructive units of a compound word (usu. o/i) → Usually not used when the following word begins with a vowel
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