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Словообразование (CAE) Часть 8

Вот и мы добрались до 8го выпуска упражнений по словообразованию для изучающих на уровне CAE. Всматриваюсь в предложенные задания и не понимаю каким тут боком ЦТ по английскому языку. Напоминаю, что составители централизованного тестирования по английскому языку обещали, что в состав тестирования входят задания уровня Advanced. Не могу найти даже обещанных 5 %. 
Пробелы, как всегда, — это ответы белым шрифтом, которые прекрасно читаются при выделении пробелов.

Упражнение на словообразование (CAE)

1. `I was once as bewildered as you are,’ she said meaningfully. [mean]
2. 74 per cent of teachers found the paperwork was unmanageable. [manage]
3. A couple of victories would improve the team’s morale enormously. [moral]
4. A timeless comic actor — his simplicity and his apparent ease are matchless… [match]
5. Brad was a hero on the football field, and Annette cheered him on as a majorette. [major]
6. Even if mistakes were made in the counting, they wouldn’t have materially affected the results. [material]
7. For years they have enjoyed a standard of living unmatched by any other country in Europe. [match]
8. He likes making models out of matchsticks. [match]
9. He said the organisers of the march had been negligent and irresponsible. [neglect]
10. He would be forced to make a momentous decision by the end of the day. [moment]
11. I would be more delighted by all of this were I not wary about the motives for this sudden maturation. [mature]
12. It’s immoral to be rich while people are starving and homeless. [moral]
13. Joe remained as immobile as if he had been carved out of rock. [mobile]
14. Mysteriously, the light came on, although no one was near the switch. [mistery]
15. She is fascinated by algebra while he considers it meaningless nonsense. [mean]
16. She’s rather immature for her age, don’t you think? [mature]
17. Some of the things that many people consider insurmountable problems are merely quirks, natural divergences of opinion or taste. [mount]
18. The couple admired the shiny newness of their remodeled kitchen. [new]
19. The film tells anew the story of his rise to fame and power. [new]
20. The mighty power of the giant corporations did not frighten him. [might]
21. The modernization of the 100-year-old sewage and water systems will cost millions of pounds. [modern]
22. The premium should be received in this office within fourteen days of the renewal date. [new]
23. The rock weighed over a ton and was completely immovable. [move]
24. There are still a few technical problems to be surmounted before the product can be put on sale to the public. [mount]
25. There is a stark contrast between tradition and modernity on the streets of the city. [modern]
26. There seems to be a lack of motivation among the staff. [motivate]
27. There was a momentary pause during which Mr Hammond glanced at his wife. [moment]
28. They can make extra copies of videotapes at a negligible cost. [neglect]
29. We were awed by the splendor and magnificence of the palace. [magnify]
30. Whether the book is well or badly written is immaterial (to me) — it has an important message. [material]
31. Women in managerial occupations tend to have children later. [manage]

Рассматриваемый 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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