Category: Word formation

Word formation.

Put each word in brackets into a suitable form.

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Please use short forms e.g. haven't instead of have not in negative statements and use long forms in positive statements e.g. I am instead of I'm.

1. Jack isn't enjoying his new job. He finds it very (monotony).2. Sue trust me a lot and she tells me about all her (intimacy) secrets.3. I wish you had seen Kate yestreday. Her beautiful dress and new haircut - it's beyond (express).4. Be (care). The weather is awful today.5. The way you live and act is (appal).6. Many young British bands make (ground) music.7. Sue doesn't like wearing any shoes when it's hot, so she walks (foot) in summer.8. I saw Peter's girlfriend yesterday. She's very pretty. Yes, she's (envy), indeed.9. If he hadn't (estimate) his rival, he would have won that fight.10. I owe you big time Frank. Your help was (price).11. In (compare) to other European countries, Poland is rather a big one.12. These documents are (importance) so you don't have to read them.13. I think that you (treat) your wife. You should be more delicate.14. Your (behave) at the party was unacceptable.15. 'What the hell are you doing here?!' she said (kind).