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Word Formation

Word formation


   MORE WORD FORMATION
1. Form the right form of the word.
1. It was raining so ............. that we spent the evening at home (HEAVY).
2. The ............... of the new art gallery is tomorrow (OPEN).
3. You should .............. this skirt; it’s too old-fashioned like that (SHORT).
4. Everybody appreciated his ............... in a series of NGOs (INVOLVE).
5. Teenagers don’t buy CDs nowadays; they usually ............. them from the Internet (LOAD).
6. The Smiths ............... their son to get a university degree (COURAGE).
7. Madonna’s fans didn’t like her last CD. In fact, it was a complete............... (FAIL).
8. The ........... of the congress want to thanks both the ................ and the ........... (ORGANIZE/ SPEAK/ PARTICIPATE).
9. Most parents don’t understand why their children do such ............... things (FOOL).
10. Can you ............... what you’ve said, please? (REPETITION).
11. Peter is really cruel; he lacks ............... (SENSIBLE).
12. What I’ve just told you is........................ important; don’t forget it (EXTREME).
13. Passengers have to wait in the .......................... lounge (DEPART).
14. What a........................ party you’ve had! (LOVE).
15. The ......................... didn’t accept the company’s offer (EMPLOY).
16. I don’t like the new TV .......................... (PRESENT).
17. What do you think of Pete’s .................................... to work with us? (REFUSE).
18. It’s ............................... to book a table; it’s a popular restaurant (ADVISE).
19. Come here ..............................., Mrs Jones! (IMMEDIATE).
   2. Choose the right option.
1. Daniel sings opera so beauty/beautifully/ beautiful!
2. Lawyers have to defend/defence/defendable criminals.
3. Go to bed, Tom; you looks really tired/ tiring/ tiredness.
4. Tony’s stamp collected/ collecting/ collection is £10 million worth.
5. The residentents/ residents/ residentials redecorated the entrance hall; so the building looks fantastically/fantastic/fantastical now.
6. Tony isn’t reliably/reliable/ realiabled at all. You’d better not trust him.
7. It’s the most incredibly/ incredible/increable message I’ve ever received.
8. There’s a huge statute/ statutory/ statue of the Queen in the park.
9. Mary has got the highest intelligent/ intelligence/ intellectual quotient in my class.
10. Mrs Jones, you have to get some stationery/
stationary/ stationeries for the office.
11. The teachers at my school fill in a diary/ daily/ dairy attend/attendence/ attendance report.
12. We have to doubled/ duplicate/ duplicated next year’s profitable/ profit/ profitably.
13. Market surveys are carried out regularly/ regular/ regularity.
14. The employee/ employer/employment decided to close down the factory.
15. Come here quick/quickly/ quicky; I need your help, Sam.
16. The students were impatient/ impatiently/ inpatient to know the exam results.
17. He’s so greed/ greedily/ greedy, he could eat sweets all day long.
18. We have to write a letter of complain/ complaining/ complaint to the manufacturer.



Word formation


WORD FORMATION: Derivatives from the word USE.

Haven't you got another dictionary? This one is absolutely  ____________________________ !
The old railway station fell into _______________________ after the new one had been built.
When we asked him to leave at once he became _____________________ .
I'm ______________ at sewing. (= very bad at it)
The computer disks got wet so they were no longer ______________________ .
The stolen car was eventually found in a _____________________ quarry.
Another word for an incorrect use or an ill-treatment is a ______________________ .
Many people think the system has outlived its _____________________ . (=is no longer useful)
Before buying a ___________________ car, it's a good idea to have it checked by a mechanic.
Her book is a ___________________ cotribution to our understanding of how people _______________ to live in the Middle Ages.
Several female students have made allegations of _________________ against him.
This ______________ was first recorded in the 1960s.
Pedestrians, like all road ____________________  must obey all traffic signs.
I think your time could be more ______________________ spent than reading comics all day.
It's _____________________ trying to persuade him to listen to you because he never does.
The RSPCA protects animals against physical ____________________ and neglect.
_________________ of the photocopier are kindly requested to report any breakdown to the secretary.
The name you use to operate a computer programme is your __________________ .
He's a second-hand cars salesman. He _____ cars.
I am constantly _______________ this expression: Instead of saying imminent danger I keep on saying eminent danger..
secretary.
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