How do you spell the prefix?

Galina Mirzahmedova
Galina Mirzahmedova
September 23, 2014
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How do you spell the prefix?

The prefix “in” with the introductory words or adverbs is always written with a hyphen (sister, you think, etc.). In all other cases, this prefix is ​​written together.

How do you spell “by”: individual cases

The presence of an adverb (including a pronoun) with the prefix “in” is not the only rule according to which a complex word is written with a hyphen. In the same way (with a hyphen) are written adverbs that end in: -y, -to, -ki, -to (bearish, humane, doggy, Georgian). When this condition is absent, the adverb with “to” is written together: (little by little, little by little).

However, it is worth distinguishing how to spell “in” with adverbs or cases when “in” is a pretext.

For example:

  • Made (how?) In a new way (adverb).
  • Walked along (which?) New (adjective) path.

In this example, “by” is a preposition, not a prefix. As a preposition, “by” is written separately with all the words.

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