9 Examples of Prefixes Used in a Sentence
Prefixes, consisting of syllables or syllables added to the beginning of a word or the root of a word, to change the meaning of another word, enable English-speaking people to create new words and make these newly created words easy to understand. Learning these prefixes, which make English quite colorful and somewhat complex, helps you learn new words. For this reason, you should learn these prefixes and the meanings they add to the sentence.
|Alice hasn’t complained of any discomfort.
|He became a superstar overnight.
|If I’ve misjudged you, I’m terribly sorry.
|My boss told me to rewrite the report.
|We reached Paris at midnight.
|Germany became first team to score 7 goals in a World Cup semi final.
|They now believe this drug is unsafe for animals.
|People often express our emotions nonverbally.
|The server is overloaded.