Изучаем словообразование для подготовки к централизованному тестированию по английскому языку

Говоря о книгах для подготовки к централизованному тестированию по английскому языку невозможно обойти вниманием книги M.Vince кроме вполне привычной части по грамматике в конце книги можно найти достаточное количество упражнений на работу с лексикой. Увы, в них нет списков слов и повторяемости особой в материале нет, но списки слов мы можем составить сами, да и упражнения на основе словарей тоже составить особого труда не составит. Надеюсь, что публикации по мотивам книг M.Vince окажутся полезными для вас при подготовке к ЦТ по английскому языку. Пока только упражнения . Теория будет добавлена позже в виде фалов anki и pdf.
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Словообразование для подготовки к централизованному тестированию

Exercise 1
Use the words in brackets to form a word that fits the gap in the same sentence.
1.As with many technological revolutions, you are *** to be aware of it… (like)
2.There’s no *** of ideas when it comes to improving the education of children.(short)
3.You shouldn’t promise what’s ***… (possible)
4.*** is one of her hobbies. (photograph)
5.Hypnotherapy can be *** in helping you give up smoking… (use)
6.He may suddenly take a *** to foods that he’s previously enjoyed.(like)
7.She was still tired and *** when he woke her.(sleep)
8.They have replanted many areas with rare and *** plants…(usual)
9.The nursery is bright and ***, with plenty of toys. (cheer)
10.I can’t thank you enough for your ***. (kind)

[1.unlikely2.shortage3.impossible4.Photography5.useful 6.dislike7.sleepy8.unusual9.cheerful10.kindness]

Exercise 2
Use the words in brackets to form a word that fits the gap in the same sentence.
1.For such a famous, wealthy man, his personal life was *** simple and ordinary. (surprise)
2. *** enough, a few weeks later, Benjamin remarried… (interest)
3.A number of patients have been *** treated with the new drug.(success)
4.You did *** well in the race.(beauty)
5.I *** approve of what the government is doing.(thorough)
6.You’re an *** kind person, Dr Marlowe. (awful)
7.Some workers have tried *** to set up their own businesses. (success)
8.Anger is not *** the most useful or acceptable reaction to such events… (necessary)
9.***, they’ve had sponsorship from some big companies… (obvious)

[1.surprisingly2.Interestingly3.successfully4.beautifully 5.thoroughly6.awfully7.unsuccessfully8.necessarily9.Obviously]

Exercise 3
Use the words in brackets to form a word that fits the gap in the same sentence.
1.The request for money made them feel ***… (comfort)
2.There were benefits to being a single *** woman.(depend)
3.In several countries public pressure for recycling plastics is greater than the pressure to *** paper.(use)
4.Despite winning the title, their last campaign ended in great ***… (appoint)
5.Money problems place great stress on close family ***. (relate)
6.She started to get a reputation as an *** girl with a heart of gold… (self)
7.He worked in the notoriously *** environment of a coal mine. (health)
8.William was seized with *** rage… (control)
9.They are young *** parents and need support. (experience)

[1.uncomfortable2.independent3.reuse4.disappointment5.relationships 6.unselfish7.unhealthy8.uncontrollable9.inexperienced]

Exercise 4
Use the words in brackets to form a word that fits the gap in the same sentence.
1.I wrote her a *** for the money. (receive)
2.They have arrested a number of leading opposition ***.(politics)
3.Pour the vegetable oil into a frying pan to a *** of about 1cm… (deep)
4.It was exacting work and required all his ***. (patient)
5.His son by his second *** lives in Paris. (marry)
6.*** should be submitted as early as possible…(apply)
7.She disclaims any *** of her husband’s business concerns.(know)
8.There was a hint of schoolboy shyness in his ***… (explain)

[1.receipt2.politicians3.depth4.patience5.marriage6.Applications7.knowledge8.explanation]

Exercise 5
Use the words in brackets to form a word that fits the gap in the same sentence.
1.Three men were charged with attempted ***.(thief)
2.One billion people throughout the world are Muslims, united by *** in one god. (believe)
3.The police said their *** were aroused because Mr Owens had other marks on his body…(suspect)
4.4The plane had a wing span of 34ft and a *** of 22ft. (long)
5.She had been very *** at the person who stole her new bike… (anger)
6.He deserves the highest praise for his ***. (brave)
7.With my usual ***, I thought he might be falling in love with me.(vain)
8.The public never had faith in his *** to handle the job… (able)

[1.theft2.belief3.suspicions4.length5.angry6.bravery7.vanity8.ability]

Предлагаемый материал по теме «Изучаем словообразование для подготовки к ЦТ/ГИА/PET» предлагается для организации занятий или самостоятельного изучения словообразования в английском языке на уровне intermediate (B1), а также подготовки к сдаче экзаменов ГИА, PET или их эквивалентов.

2014-09-18
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