Упражнение на словообразование к Destination B2. Unit 10

Этой публикацией продолжается серия статей с упражнениями на словообразование по учебнику Destination B2. В этой записи отрабатываем материал из юнита 10 (People and society).

Список закрепляемых слов и их форм к теме

able, unable, (in)ability, disabled, disability
achieve, achievement
argue, argument argumentative
care, careful(ly),careless(ly), (un)caring
correspond, correspondence
friend, friendship, (un)friendly
happy, unhappy, (un)happiness, (un)happily
jealous, jealousy, jealously
kind, unkind, (un)kindness, kindly
marry, marriage, (un)married
nerve, nervous(ly), nervousness
obey, disobey, (dis)obedient(ly), (dis)obedience
person, (im)personal(ly), personality
polite, impolite, (im)politely, (im)politeness
relate, relative(ly), relation, relationship
willing, unwilling, (un)willingness, (un)willingly

Упражнение на словообразование FCE (People and society)

1. He quickly becomes (argumentative) after a few drinks. ARGUE
2. It was very (careless) of him to leave the money lying on the desk. CARE
3. ‘I’ve made a big mistake,’ she said (unhappily). HAPPY
4. He was (unable) to resist the temptation to swear. ABLE
5. She (unwillingly) agreed to go with him. Her previous plans had failed. WILL
6. It’s (impolite) to talk during the performance. POLITE
7. Her strange (unkindness) to strangers put me off completely. KIND
8. It portrays him as cold and (uncaring). CARE
9. They formed a deep and lasting (friendship). FRIEND
10. Their remarks were motivated by pure (jealousy). JEALOUS
11. He paced (nervously) around the waiting room. He couldn’t sit still. NERVE
12. The dog was punished for its (disobedience). OBEY
13. He is deaf, but refuses to let the (disability) prevent him from doing what he wants to do. ABLE
14. He remained (unmarried) all his life hoping that he would meet her again. MARRY
15. The accident left him severely (disabled). ABLE
16. She had a nice smile and an appealing (personality). PERSON
17. It was a bit (unkind) of you to mention her weight. KIND
18. I’m sorry if I sounded (unfriendly) on the phone — I was just tired. FRIEND
19. ‘Did you sleep well?’ she asked (politely). POLITE
20. Alcoholism can result in a(n) (inability) to cope. ABLE
21. Let’s celebrate the (achievements) of our athletes at the Olympic Games in Rio. ACHIEVE
22. Students are expected to be quiet and (obedient) in the classroom. OBEY
23. They got divorced after only six months of (marriage). MARRY
24. As I was driving back home, I was filled with (happiness). I had passed my driving test. HAPPY
25. She only did it out of (politeness). She didn’t want to upset us. POLITE
26. We were impressed by his (willingness) to listen and learn. WILL
27. He was very (careful) with the hot tea so as not to spill it. CARE
28. (Relatively) speaking, land prices are still pretty cheap here. RELATE
29. There has been great (nervousness) about the future. NERVE
30. You should write your report in a(n) (impersonal) manner. It is an official document. PERSON
31. Money problems place great stress on close family (relationships). RELATE
32. Her father was very strict and old-fashioned, but she never (disobeyed) him. OBEY
33. It was clear that he was (unhappy) about his hasty decision. HAPPY
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Это задание на словообразование по теме People and society создано для закрепления лексики и развития навыка word formation на уровне FCE.

2015-12-24
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