Proto-Indo-European 4 - Prefixes

in- (as in "insane", or "inside")hṇ-
fore- (also meaning "toward, forward")pro-
not; un-ṇ-
"go, walk, come"ǵḣeh-
"ḣ" is supposed to represent "ʰ", but doesn't support that character.
"to go, walk, come" (using "(Ø)-yéti")ǵhyéti
The aspiration mark (ʰ) is removed when a laryngeal consonant comes directly after, as it becomes redundant
"I am walking"(éǵħ) ǵhyóħ
"you are walking"(túħ) ǵhyési
"I'm walking towards my house"proǵhyóħ démey moy
"moy" is also the genitive case form of "éǵħ", and can be translated as either "my", "of me", or "of mine"
"He is walking towards me"proǵhyéti moy
"moy" is the dative case form of "éǵħ". It can also go on either end of the verb, so "moy proǵhyéti" would be correct as well.