CAE Preparation

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Word formation


Suffixes (1)

Use the words in brackets to form adjectives, nouns or verbs with the help of suffixation.
  1. During his (boy) John was a rather naughty child.
  2. Because of the number of project requests we get, we need to really (priority) our projects so that those which are most (critic) and (benefit) are given attention before others.
  3. I simply can't take anymore of his (child) behavior! Why does he always behave like that? This is really (hope)!
  4. When applying for (replace) plates and/or tabs, please indicate the number of plate(s) you wish to have replaced.
  5. Current research is focusing on ways to (length) the distances one can travel when using (alternate) fuel vehicles.
  6. Children at that age are developing (create) thinking.
  7. The WHO says about 200 million people around the world are (asthma).
  8. The only possible way of now getting round the problem is to (false) the results.
  9. “Pippy Dippy” is our daughter's (imagine) friend.
  10. I need to be extra (care) now, since I'm being kept under close (supervise).

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