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Majalah Ilmiah UNIKOM

Vol.9, No. 2

162

H a l a m a n

5.

Conclusions

Based on the analysis, it can be

concluded that there are four categories of

words based on their prefixes. “Real Prefix”

is the word that the formation and meaning

are generated directly based on the prefix

and the meaning of the base word. “Closely

Related Prefix” is the words that the

formation and meaning are generated

indirectly based on the prefix and the

meaning properties of the base word. This

category tends to be “Real Prefix”. “Far

Related Prefix” is the words that the

formation and meaning are generated

different from the meaning properties of the

base word. “The Not Prefix” is the words that

build by themselves standing as base words.

Below is the table illustrating the conclusion:

REFERENCES

Language

Files: Materials for An introduction to

Language

Ohio.

An

Introduction to English Morphology:

Words and Their Structure

University Press. Edinburgh.

Contemporary Linguis-

tic: An Introduction.

United Kingdom.

Merriam Webster‟s 11th Collegiate Diction-

ary.

Tatan Tawami, S.S

No

Real

Prefix

Closely

Related

Prefix

Prefix far

related

Not Prefix

No

Real

Prefix

Closely

Related

Prefix

Prefix far

related

Not

Prefix

1

review

reaction

repeat

reject

8

recognize

report

2

repair

refuse

reimburse

9

remark

reward

3

rewind

reverse

resemble

10

redress

remembe

r

4

refund

rehearse

regret

11

recycle

reside

5

rematch

revise

retain

12

return

reserve

6

remind

reduce

remedy

13

rebook

retail

7

remain

recital

remorse