How correctly bunk or bunk?
All these words answer the question "What?".
Before us are adjectives in the plural and nominative.
These words (adjectives) are complex, in which there are two roots.
In similar words, which begin in -double, -three, and so on, the second part of which begins with the vowel letters i, y, e, e, the separating solid sign is written.
Correctly write like this:
- and so on.
Of the two options provided by you, namely: two-tier or two-tier, the right one is certainly the option that is prescribed with a solid sign (b).
Such an option in the Russian language makes such an imperative regularity, which is the rule, and which says that the prefixes of the derivative are numerals, and the vowel-Я-, which correlates with them, requires the writing of a solid sign (b).
An interesting question, it would seem, is obvious here: a solid sign in front of the I, but the word written looks somehow clumsy? Perhaps, because of such doubts, the author, perhaps for the first time writing this rare word, decided to ask a question?
In fact, there is no question here: let it be unusual, let it be clumsy, but it is spelled that way with a firm sign.
Two-tier - in this word you need a solid sign in front of a vowel sound -a, also after the letters -y-, -e-, -, but in other cases, look below in the above, no longer need to put a solid sign:
It will be right two-tiered, three-tier and four-tier.
Two-tier, three-way, four-strong - these complex words are written with a solid sign between the roots, according to the requirement of the rule of the Russian language quot; .. in compound words before the letter I put a solid sign;
According to the rules of the Russian language, the separating solid sign Ъ put in compound words after the initial parts TWO-, THREE-, FOUR-. Therefore, the word TWO-BINDING correctly write with a solid sign after a vowel Х. For more details on the rule for setting up the separating b and b characters, see here.
Good day. To understand you need to write in this word a solid sign, you need to refer to the rules of the Russian language. Which say that in compound words a solid separator should be written, these include: two, three, etc. You can read about this rule in detail here. Therefore, to write this word correctly: two-tiered.
Yes, it will be correct bunk, three-tiered, etc.
Yes, in complex words having the first part two-, trx-, four-, if the second root begins with letters е, , ю, я, a solid separating sign is necessarily written.
Since in words two-tiered, three-tiered, four-tiered the conditions of this paragraph of the spelling rule for writing a solid separating sign are met, so we will write it.
Similarly written are the words: threeяturfy, twoяzychnyяAid.
Actually, in cases where the prefix ends in a consonant sound, and the root in e, u, i, between them, is written a dividing solid sign. This rule is also true in these cases, when the first ch even a numeral. Hence the conclusion that the sign in words is two-tier, three-tier is needed.
In complex words, in which the root of the second word begins with I, a solid sign is written before the first part. This applies not only to the word three-tier, but also four-, two-tier. Writing a three-tier will be wrong.