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Упражнение на словообразование к Destination B2 Unit 8

Этой публикацией продолжается серия статей с упражнениями на словообразование по учебнику Destination B2. В этой записи отрабатываем материал из юнита 8 (The media).

Список закрепляемых слов и их форм к теме The media

announce, announcement, (un)announced
belief, disbelief, believe, (un)believable, (un)believably
communicate, communication, (un)communicative, communicator
convince, convinced, (un)convincing
discuss, discussion
edit, editor, editorial, edited
humour, humorous, humourless
inform, information, (un)informed, (un)informative
journal, journalist, journalism, journalistic
politics, political(ly), politician
power, powerful(ly), powerless(ly), empower
ridicule, ridiculous(ly), ridiculousness
second, secondly, secondary
write, writer, writing, wrote, (un)written

Упражнение на словообразование FCE (The media)

1. The (ridiculousness) of the situation made us laugh. RIDICULE
2. (Unbelievably) it actually works. It is some kind of breakthrough. BELIEF
3. To our surprise, John and his girlfriend turned up (unannounced) at around 10 pm. ANNOUNCE
4. He’s getting ready for his test right now, (believe) it or not. BELIEF
5. He had a splitting headache and was rather (uncommunicative). COMMUNICATE
6. Recent scandals have weakened him (politically). POLITICS
7. She began her (journalistic) career in the early nineties in Australia. JOURNAL
8. Norms can be thought of as (unwritten) rules. WRITE
9. For further (information) contact the number below. INFORM
10. The public is generally (uninformed) about these rare diseases. INFORM
11. He came to me with a rather (unconvincing) apology, but I saw him through. CONVINCE
12. I found the man cold, distant and (humourless). HUMOUR
13. Despite all your arguments, I still wasn’t (convinced). CONVINCE
14. People are murdered every day and we are (powerless) to stop it. POWER
15. He wasn’t very (communicative), and kept himself to himself. COMMUNICATE
16. Her first reaction to winning the scholarship was (disbelief). BELIEVE
17. The paper only occasionally runs (editorials). EDIT
18. The talk was both (informative) and entertaining. INFORM
19. You’ve had such bad luck it’s (unbelievable). It can’t last for so long. BELIEF
20. We are still awaiting a(n) (announcement) on the possible changes. ANNOUNCE
21. It was such a brilliant piece of (writing) that I kept reading all night long. WRITE
22. He was quite (humorous), and I liked that about his character. HUMOUR
23. There is (convincing) evidence that smoking causes heart disease. CONVINCE
24. You’re a (powerful) man — people will listen to you. POWER
25. I don’t like (politicians). To my mind they are boastful liars. POLITICS
26. Firstly, it’s not cheap, and (secondly), it’s not fast enough. SECOND
27. I don’t like this account of the incident. It looks like slightly (edited). EDIT
28. By (secondary) school there will be several hundred. SECOND
29. There was some lively (discussion) at the meeting. DISCUSS
30. It was (ridiculously) easy to track him down. RIDICULE
31. Your role as (editor) is important, as you can look at a piece of writing objectively. EDIT
32. Our goal is to (empower) everyone on our staff. POWER
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Это задание на словообразование по теме The media создано для закрепления лексики и развития навыка word formation на уровне FCE.

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