- Read through the text carefully and decide which form of the given word you need to use. (noun, adjective verb, adverb)
- Be careful as you will need to use a negative prefix or another form of prefix at least once.
- Check to see if a noun needs to be plural.
- All the words must be correctly spelled. American spelling is acceptable.
- Write your answers in CAPITAL LETTERS on your answer sheet.
Day 6. Word Formation II
Today we continue with Word Formation. Here’s an edited version of an exercise from a book called Objective Proficiency. Feel free to share your answers in the comments!
But before you start, here are five top tips:
OK, without further ado, let’s begin!
There are a number of _____ activities now being offered at the school. CURRICULUM
People have always enjoyed the _____ effects of sea air. BENEFIT
Tony is a really _____ person. OPINION
The animal _____ really fascinates my young daughter. KING
Stefan was a _____ collector of gadgets throughout his life. COMPEL
It was rapidly becoming _____ that we would have to make changes to our plans. APPEAR
There have been a number of female _____ in the field of aircraft design. INNOVATE
There were a number of _____ built into the contract. CONSTRAIN
The _____ of fast food is increasing at a frightening rate. CONSUME
_____ seems to suit Ella – she’s really happy with her home life. DOMESTIC
The side wall of the house had to be _____ . STRONG
I believe she had the _____ to have been seriously ill as a child. FORTUNE
The broken vase turned out to be totally _____ . REPLACE
She showed her deep _____ by slamming the door in our faces. APPROVE
The police tried to evict the three _____ from the building. OCCUPY