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Упражнение на словообразование к Destination B2 Unit 20

Этой публикацией продолжается серия статей с упражнениями на словообразование по учебнику Destination B2. В этой записи отрабатываем материал из юнита 20 (Weather and the environment).

Список закрепляемых слов и их форм (Weather and the environment)

accurate, accurately, inaccurate(ly), (in)accuracy
danger, dangerous(ly); endanger; endangered
develop, (un)developed, developing, developer, development
environment, environmental(ly), environmentalist
extreme, extremely, extremity, extremist
freeze, froze, frozen, freezing, freezer
globe, global(ly)
great, greatly,greatness
harm, harmful(ly), harmless(ly), (un)harmed
likely, unlikely, likelihood
low, lower, lowness
nature, (un)natural(ly)
neighbour, neighbourly, neighbouring, neighbourhood
pollute, (un)polluted, pollution, pollutant
reside, residential, resident, residence
sun, sunny, sunshine

Упражнение на словообразование FCE (Weather and the environment)

1. It’s time we started thinking (globally). GLOBAL
2. Two more species have been added to the (endangered) list. DANGER
3. The flags were (lowered) to half-mast. LOW
4. He claims that the magazine quoted him (inaccurately). ACCURATE
5. Cleaning up road dust is one of the cheapest ways to reduce the (pollutant). POLLUTE
6. It was thought to be just a bit of (harmless) fun. All precautions had been taken. HARM
7. That, as we all know, is not only a possibility but a (likelihood). LIKE
8. The change has been sharply criticized by (environmentalists). ENVIRONMENT
9. Her (greatness) lies in her deep understanding of human nature. GREAT
10. (Environmental) groups plan to stage public protests during the conference. ENVIRONMENT
11. We made a pizza last night with (frozen) bread dough. FREEZE
12. He was standing (dangerously) close to the machine. DANGER
13. Rents in (residential) areas are usually lower than in the business district. RESIDE
14. It’s important to protect your skin against the (harmful) effects of the sun. HARM
15. His eyes were (unnaturally) bright. Something must have happened. NATURE
16. I feel that the farmers have benefited (greatly) from favourable weather conditions. GREAT
17. Is there such a thing as a(n) (environmentally) friendly car? ENVIRONMENT
18. It was well below (freezing) last night. FREEZE
19. The weather is (unlikely) to improve over the next few days. We are in for a long period of bad weather. LIKE
20. The boy managed to escape (unharmed). HARM
21. The committee was uncomfortable about the (extremity) of the proposal. EXTREME
22. Vast tracts of the country are wild and (undeveloped)… DEVELOP
23. It was very cold, which seemed (unnatural) for late spring. NATURE
24. We had a week of late autumn (sunshine). SUN
25. (Frozen) fish is a very healthy convenience food. FREEZE
26. As a meteorologist, you simply cannot put up with (inaccuracy). ACCURATE
27. There are questions about the (accuracy) of that report. ACCURATE
28. It was very (neighbourly) of you to help her with doing up the garden. NEIGHBOUR
29. The air was fresh and (unpolluted). We fell in love with place at once. POLLUTE
30. We’re going to have the party in the garden, so I hope it’ll be (sunny). SUN
31. The building is partly an art gallery and partly a private (residence). RESIDE
32. The rioting quickly spread to (neighbouring) areas. NEIGHBOUR
33. This new way of predicting weather is an important new (development). DEVELOP
34. The law included tough measures to tackle environmental (pollution). POLLUTE
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