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Словообразование (CAE) Часть 5

Ещё одно упражнение на словообразование на уровне Advanced. Хотя задания уровне CAE и не очень вяжутся с одним из основных направлений работы блога (подготовка к централизованному тестированию по английскому языку), но и держать  в архиве упражнения, которые когда то были сделаны, но уже вряд ли  пригодятся в обозримом будущем я особого смысла не вижу. Повторяю, что ответы даны белым шрифтом и хорошо видны при выделении.

Упражнение на словообразование (CAE)

1. As their roots are strong and penetrating, they prevent erosion. [erode]
2. Bingham reappears with a metal folding chair. [fold]
3. Do you want the extended service warranty?[extent]
4. Don’t cook vegetables for too long — they’ll lose all their goodness. [good]
5. Economic reform will continue to be painful and ineffective… [effect]
6. For some inexplicable reason, he’s decided to cancel the project. [explain]
7. He was underemployed and not satisfied with his work. [employ]
8. His tact was exemplary, especially considering the circumstances. [example]
9. I had the unenviable task of cleaning up after the party. [envy]
10. Is Britain producing a generation of unemployable young people? [employ]
11. It has placed an almost unendurable strain on their marriage. [endure]
12. It was fortuitous that no one else was hurt. [fortune]
13. It’s plain reporting of the facts — there’s not much editorial content. [edit]
14. Keen skiers are happy to forego a summer holiday to go skiing. [go]
15. Many buildings suffered extensive damage in the blast. [extend]
16. Motherhood seemed to her an unending cycle of cooking, washing and cleaning. [end]
17. No agreement has yet been reached and the negotiations are still ongoing. [go]
18. None of his grand plans for a TV series ever came to fruition. [fruit]
19. Releasing the hostages has been seen as a gesture of goodwill . [good]
20. Running a marathon is a test of human endurance. [endure]
21. Secondly, evolutionary biologists have tested their theories by searching for expected patterns of behaviour across different human cultures. [evolve]
22. She underwent an operation on a tumour in her left lung last year. [go]
23. The cover of the novel shows a futuristic city on the moon. [future]
24. The crowd waited expectantly for her arrival. [expect]
25. The wizard screamed as the darkness enfolded him. [fold]
26. There was a general air of expectancy in the crowd. [expect]
27. These statements are accompanied by a series of explanatory notes… [explain]
28. This painting perfectly exemplifies the naturalistic style which was so popular at the time. [example]
29. This type of computer is too slow and inflexible to meet many business needs. [flexible]
30. Travel is infinitely more comfortable now than it used to be. [finite]
31. We used to have endless arguments about politics. [end]
32. We’ve tried to anticipate the most likely problems, but it’s impossible to be prepared for all eventualities [event]
33. We’re looking for someone with an outgoing personality. [go]

Данный материал по теме «Word formation (CAE)» может быть использован 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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