Словообразование (CAE) Часть 2

Предлагаем вашему вниманию упражнение на развитие навыков словообразования.Примерный уровень сложности Advanced (CAE). Отправной точной послужил список словоформ из Destination C1-C2.  Слова предлагаются в алфавитном порядке. Ответы даны белым шрифтом и для просмотра ответа его надо выделить. Постоянные читатели публикаций из серии Advanced English, надеюсь, уже в курсе этого маленького фокуса.

Упражнение на словообразование (CAE)

1. Arguably, the drug should not have been made available. [argue]
2. As students of chemistry know, even small rearrangements of a molecule’s structure can produce a compound that acts differently. [arrange]
3. Delete questions where they are inapplicable. [apply]
4. He quickly becomes argumentative after a few drinks. [argue]
5. He seems incapable of walking past a music shop without going in and buying another CD. [capable]
6. He was one of those arty types. [art]
7. He’s thirty-two, he’s gorgeous, he’s got his own house and, what’s more, he’s unattached. [attach]
8. Her husband was the chief beneficiary of her will. [benefit]
9. His essays are models of clarity and brevity. [brief]
10. How many applicants did you have for the job? [apply]
11. I can’t dissociate the man from his political opinions — they’re one and the same thing. [associate]
12. I could tell she was impressed from the awestruck expression on her face. [awe]
13. I’ve reassessed the situation and decided to stay. [assess]
14. Is there a causal relationship between violence on television and violent behaviour? [cause]
15. Many of the problems were caused by the unavailability of suitable equipment. [available]
16. She described him, rather charitably, as quiet whereas I would have said he was boring. [charity]
17. Smoking is a causative factor in the development of several serious diseases, including lung cancer. [cause]
18. The assessor stated that the fire damage was not as severe as the hotel’s owner had claimed. [assess]
19. The changeover to the new taxation system has created a lot of problems. [change]
20. The film’s characterization of the artist as a complete drunk has annoyed a lot of people. [character]
21. The house is of little interest architecturally. [architect]
22. The party needs to broaden its appeal to voters. [broad]
23. The pilots were thoroughly debriefed after every mission. [brief]
24. The recession has resulted in an unavoidable increase in spending on unemployment benefit. [avoid]
25. The services of certain artistes have already been booked and the chairman will contact others. [art]
26. The terms ‘drinking problem’ and ‘alcohol abuse’ are often interchangeable. [change]
27. Their food is bland and characterless. [character]
28. You can’t appreciate the sheer awfulness of war until you’ve actually experienced it. [awe]
29. You have to admire the artistry of her novels. [art]
30. You look totally awesome in that dress. [awe]

Предлагаемый материал по теме «Word formation (CAE)» предназначен для организации занятий или самостоятельного изучения словообразования в английском языке на уровне advanced (C1), а также подготовки к сдаче экзамена CAE или его эквивалентов.

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2014-09-02
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