Word Formation (14)

Use the word in capitals to form a new word which fits the gap.

1.  The actors have to attend the _______ which are on Mondays and Thursdays.  REHEARSE

2.  There will be over a thousand _______ in the marathon.  COMPETE

3.  _______, they all survived the accident.  MIRACLE
















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  1. rehearsals  2. competitors  3. Miraculously

Word Formation (13)

Use the word in capitals to form a new word which fits the gap.

1.  Maika swam fifty _______ of the pool and got out.  LONG

2.  It was quite late when the picnic finished. It was _______ dark.  PRACTICAL

3.  If you’re the best man at the wedding, you will have to make a _______ . SPEAK













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  1. lengths  2. practically  3. speech

Word Formation (12)

Use the word in capitals to form a new word which fits the gap.

1. We escaped the summer _______ by going up into the mountains.  HOT

2.  It was very ______ of him to start studying for the exam only the day before.  FOOL

3.  I’ve already told you, lunch will be ready soon.  Don’t be so _______ !  PATIENT

















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  1. heat  2. foolish  3. impatient

Word Formation (11)

Use the word in capitals to form a new word which fits the gap.

1. The hotel has received many _______ about the noise coming from their disco.  COMPLAIN

2.  Don’t worry, the dog won’t bite you. He’s completely _______ .  HARM

3.  Dustin Hoffman was given an Oscar for his compelling _______ in ‘Kramer v Kramer’.  PERFORM


















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  1. complaints  2. harmless  3. performance

Word Formation (10)

Use the word in capitals to form a new word which fits the gap.

1.  The singer made his first TV _______ at the age of ten.  APPEAR

2.  These peaches are really _______ and delicious.  JUICE

3.  I was surprised at her _______ to help us.  REFUSE















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  1. appearance  2. juicy  3. refusal