Hyphen Between A Prefix And A Capitalized Word
If you’re adding a prefix to a proper noun, keep the capital on the proper noun. There’s no need to capitalize the prefix unless it’s at the beginning of the sentence.
Mark is reading a book on pre-Civil War Argentina.
The post-WWII housing boom is still evident today in most towns and cities.
One does not need to be anti-American to be pro-Canadian.
Anti-Semitism is a major motif in Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice.
The prefix anti- is capitalized because it’s at the beginning of the sentence.
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