Please tell me why the words are diagonally and in the middle are written together and long with two n
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Answered on March 24, 2015 16:10
Obliquely - this is an adverb (answers the question "how?"), And they, according to the rules of the Russian language, are written together. in the middle - maybe an adverb (for example, the Table stands in the middle of the room. - where? in the middle) - and this, as we found out, is written in one word; or a pretext (the bear woke up in the middle of winter). Here it is historically written. Long with 2 n, tk. formed from the word LENGTH (there is already one H in the root of the LENGTH) + the suffix -n-. It turns out two N.
And where did they get another 1-n
Answered on March 24, 2015 16:37, to Mr. Naglosti |
Well, 1 in the root + 1 in the suffix.
Answered on March 24, 2015 17:23, to Mr. Arrogance |
For example, look, the adjective FLO is formed from POT + suffix H (well, plus the ending).