What Is Prefix Give Examples?

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A prefix is an affix that is usually put before the stem of a word. It is usually put before a word to either change or modify it's meaning. Examples include; pro-, pre-, non-, and inter- which can be used as pro-African, precondition, non-alcoholic and interchange respectively.
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