Publicaciones de la categoría: Part 2

Pronunciation of English Vowel Sounds 2 – Front Vowels, Part 2

Hyphens with Common Prefixes, Part 2

Hyphens with Common Prefixes, Part 2

The current trend is to do away with unnecessary hyphens with common prefixes.
Examples: 
noncompliance
copayment
semiconscious
unending
However, there are exceptions.
Exception: Hyphenate all words beginning with self except for selfish and selfless.
Examples:
self-assured
self-respect
self-addressed
Exception: Use a hyphen with the prefix ex.
Example: His ex-wife sued for nonsupport.
Exception: Hyphenate prefixes when they come before proper nouns.
Examples:
un-American
non-English speaker
Posted on Tuesday, February 1st, 2011 at 10:33 am

Hyphens with Common Prefixes, Part 2

Hyphens with Common Prefixes, Part 2

The current trend is to do away with unnecessary hyphens with common prefixes.
Examples: 
noncompliance
copayment
semiconscious
unending
However, there are exceptions.
Exception: Hyphenate all words beginning with self except for selfish and selfless.
Examples:
self-assured
self-respect
self-addressed
Exception: Use a hyphen with the prefix ex.
Example: His ex-wife sued for nonsupport.
Exception: Hyphenate prefixes when they come before proper nouns.
Examples:
un-American
non-English speaker
Posted on Tuesday, February 1st, 2011 at 10:33 am

Hyphens with Common Prefixes, Part 2

Hyphens with Common Prefixes, Part 2

The current trend is to do away with unnecessary hyphens with common prefixes.
Examples: 
noncompliance
copayment
semiconscious
unending
However, there are exceptions.
Exception: Hyphenate all words beginning with self except for selfish and selfless.
Examples:
self-assured
self-respect
self-addressed
Exception: Use a hyphen with the prefix ex.
Example: His ex-wife sued for nonsupport.
Exception: Hyphenate prefixes when they come before proper nouns.
Examples:
un-American
non-English speaker
Posted on Tuesday, February 1st, 2011 at 10:33 am

Hyphens with Common Prefixes, Part 2

Hyphens with Common Prefixes, Part 2

The current trend is to do away with unnecessary hyphens with common prefixes.
Examples: 
noncompliance
copayment
semiconscious
unending
However, there are exceptions.
Exception: Hyphenate all words beginning with self except for selfish and selfless.
Examples:
self-assured
self-respect
self-addressed
Exception: Use a hyphen with the prefix ex.
Example: His ex-wife sued for nonsupport.
Exception: Hyphenate prefixes when they come before proper nouns.
Examples:
un-American
non-English speaker
Posted on Tuesday, February 1st, 2011 at 10:33 am

Hyphens with Common Prefixes, Part 2

Hyphens with Common Prefixes, Part 2

The current trend is to do away with unnecessary hyphens with common prefixes.
Examples: 
noncompliance
copayment
semiconscious
unending
However, there are exceptions.
Exception: Hyphenate all words beginning with self except for selfish and selfless.
Examples:
self-assured
self-respect
self-addressed
Exception: Use a hyphen with the prefix ex.
Example: His ex-wife sued for nonsupport.
Exception: Hyphenate prefixes when they come before proper nouns.
Examples:
un-American
non-English speaker
Posted on Tuesday, February 1st, 2011 at 10:33 am

Hyphens with Common Prefixes, Part 2

Hyphens with Common Prefixes, Part 2

The current trend is to do away with unnecessary hyphens with common prefixes.
Examples: 
noncompliance
copayment
semiconscious
unending
However, there are exceptions.
Exception: Hyphenate all words beginning with self except for selfish and selfless.
Examples:
self-assured
self-respect
self-addressed
Exception: Use a hyphen with the prefix ex.
Example: His ex-wife sued for nonsupport.
Exception: Hyphenate prefixes when they come before proper nouns.
Examples:
un-American
non-English speaker
Posted on Tuesday, February 1st, 2011 at 10:33 am
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