Дорогие друзья и любители языка! Давайте вместе выполним тест по словообразованию. =) 1) Doctors are complaining that the system is _______ and bureaucratic. (CUMBER) 2) Their affection for her soon increased almost to _______(IDOL) 3) Let me ________ you of your foolish notions about married life. (ABUSE) 4) He had never met a more _________
Exercise 1. Fill in the gaps with one of the synonyms. Check yourself with the keys. The airline has *** travellers there will be no further delays. The doctors are doing everything they can to *** the child will be born healthy. Think carefully before you *** against accident, sickness and redundancy… Her doctor has *** us that she’ll be fine.
Study the definitions and do the exercise. A mountain is a very high area of land with steep sides. A hill is an area of land that is higher than the land that surrounds it. A cliff is a high area of land with a very steep side, especially one next to the sea. A cave is
Study the definitions and do the exercise. Wood — countable or uncountable a hard substance which forms the branches and trunks of trees and which can be used as a building material, for making things, or as a fuel (древесина; дерево ( материал ); лесоматериал) A forest is a large area where trees grow close together. A rainforest is a thick forest
Study the definitions and do the exercise. A stream is a small narrow river. A river is a large natural flow of water that crosses an area of land and goes into an ocean, a lake, etc. A canal is a long, narrow stretch of water that has been made for boats to travel along or to bring
Intermediate Language Practice (Personal matters) Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence. Use between two and five words. 1. The children behaved so badly that I lost my temper. angry I _______________because of the children’s bad behaviour. 2. His fidgeting is getting on my nerves. nervous His
Intermediate Language Practice (Personal matters) Choose one of the adjectives to fill in the gaps. Some words are to be used more than once. Choose from the list angry nervous ashamed embarrassed gentle polite lazy tired sensitive sensible cheerful sympathetic bad-tempered damaged upset jealous annoyed bored Kelli was so nervous about her exam that
Choose the correct word. Each word must be used three times. angry* nervous* jealous I was angry about the rumours… Trying to make your boyfriend or girlfriend jealous isn’t a good idea. She was apparently a very nervous woman, and that affected her career. She had been very angry at the person who stole her
Intermediate Language Practice (Personal matters) Complete the definitions of the topic vocabulary. The answers are in white, highlight the spaces to check. *** When you are angry, you feel strong dislike or impatience about something. If someone is nervous, they are frightened or worried about something that is happening or might happen, and show this in their behaviour.