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Of course, a well-known rule that states that after the prefix ending in a consonant, at the beginning of the root we write the letter Y, examples:
But the exceptions are the prefixes INTER- and SUPER-:
In all likelihood, you are interested in writing and (s) in words after prefixes ending in consonants, since there are no difficulties in writing the letter following the prefixes ending in vowels in Russian.
Subject quot; Spelling и и ы after prefixesquot; In principle, not difficult. You just need to remember that after the prefixes ending in consonants, it is written in the roots ыAnd not и. It is difficult to get confused, since it is this sound that is heard in such words. For example: play out, nameless, previous, sum up.
Well, as always happens in the Russian language, there are nuances. So, if the words have prefixes inter- и above-, the rule mentioned above does not work, that is, you should write after these prefixes и. For example: inter-institutional, super-interesting.
Also, this rule does not apply to words that contain prefixes that are not characteristic of the Russian language: sub-, post-, super-, etc. For example: supergame. However, here, too, it is hardly possible to make a mistake, since everything is clear from the pronunciation of the sound that follows such a prefix.
There is an exclusion word with a prefix ending in a consonant and characteristic only for the Russian language: charge (console look up).
In Russian spelling there is a rule for writing the letter ы at the root of the words after the Russian prefix to consonantexcept words with prefixes inter- и above-since after letters ж и х never written letter ы. This is how you can remember this exception.
Word examples с ы after consoles:
to grow indefinitely;
individual - supra-individual;
the result is to summarize;
ideological - unprincipled;
name - nameless;
July - pre-Julian;
spark - sparkless (welding);
skilled - artless;
initiative - non-initiative;
the needle is needleless;
inventory - non-inventory;
search - search;
to play - a raffle;
history is the background.
Examples of words with a letter и at the root of the word after the prefix:
inter-institutional, intergame, interdisciplinary;
super-interesting, individual, super-intelligent, super-inventive;
post-imperialism, post-infarction, post-impressionism.
counter, counterplay, counterrig.
This is a very beautiful rule in Russian, which says that if by the word that begins with AND add a prefix ending in a consonant, then the vowel AND fundamentally turns into the vowel N.
But you should remember the exceptions.
First of all, these are all words that begin with non-Russian prefixes: Subintonation, Superigame, Trans-isomers and others.
Also, the vowel AND is preserved after the prefixes INTERWARD and TOP: Interdistributive, Superradiance.
And of course there is the remarkable word exclusion, Borrow, in which And is preserved after the OT prefix.
And here are examples of words in which Y turns into Y:
Nameless, Desperate, Play, Find, Previous, Play, Search.
Examples of words with the letter Ы after prefixes: non-initiative, syronizirovat, naively, search, played, hopelessness, unprincipled, well-known, to find, to play along, prehistory, pre-jule, previous, nameless.
Examples of words with the letter I after the prefixes: super-elegant, super-initiative, super-individual, inter-game, inter-editorial, two-needle, special tools, agricultural equipment, super-game, misinformation, disintegrative, counter-player, post-infarction.
quot; Uninterestingquot; - an example of such a word. The root of this word is “quot; interest”; begins with the letter “quot;” ;.
This also includes such words as quot; search for quot ;, quot; lack of initiative, quot ;, quot; lack of faith, quot ;, quot; to recoup, quot ;. But there is one quot; but;
For example, the word quot; over-interesting. "
Before giving examples of words, let's recall the rule by which we write the necessary vowel after the prefix:
And now we recall the words that can be cited as an illustration of this rule:
GAME, PLAY, PLAY,
The exceptions include, for example: