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Изучаем словообразование по Destination C1-C2 Часть 12

Возможно, бесконечные вереницы записей, посвященных учебникам серии Destination и утомили читателей блога, но я на столько привык к ним, что очень трудно отказаться от записей с которыми работал не один ученик и в полезности которых, я более чем уверен.
Тема, разбираемого сегодня юнита, выглядит следующим образом — «Relationships and people»

Упражнение на словообразование Relationships and people

1. The patient recognized one of the women as the *** she had seen. (appear)
2. She listened ***, nodding her head now and again. (sympathy)
3. At the time I admired his *** enthusiasm. (young)
4. You know I told you Alice’s party was on the 13th, well I saw her last night and *** it’s on the 14th. (appear)
5. There has been an *** drop in the number of unemployed since the new government came to power. (appreciate)
6. *** speaking, it’s a fairly poor country. (relate)
7. She was a wonderful companion and her generosity to me was entirely ***… (self)
8. Unemployment and inner city decay are *** issues which must be tackled together. (separate)
9. He had been a known IRA ***. (sympathy)
10. I’m very *** of all the support you’ve given me. (appreciate)
11. I can’t *** the man from his political opinions — they’re one and the same thing. (associate)
12. Many British homes have a shower ***t fixed to the bath taps. (attach)
13. «That’s a new dress, isn’t it?» «Yes, you are ***!» (observe)
14. The program aims to teach young men *** skills. (parent)
15. There was a barely *** movement in his right arm. (perceive)
16. Local councils should use their powers to ensure strict *** of laws.(observe)
17. He’s thirty-two, he’s gorgeous, he’s got his own house and, what’s more, he’s ***. (attach)
18. The problems of poverty, homelessness and unemployment are all ***. (connect)
19. The new director is likely to make major changes in ***. (person)
20. *** marriage is more common than it used to be. (race)
21. Jimmy is adopted and thus *** to Beth by blood. (relate)
22. The road is a major *** from the highway to the town’s commercial district. (connect)
23. She felt increasingly nervous as she walked across a room full of *** faces. (familiarity)
24. The *** way of dealing with a suffering animal is to kill it quickly. (human)
25. As one critic *** observes, the city itself is perhaps the most important character in the novel. (perceive)
26. She’s the woman who *** the Queen on TV. (person)
27. Rescuers are doing everything that is *** possible to free the trapped people. (human)
28. She feared losing her *** to her stepmother. (inherit)
29. *** between teachers and students is not recommended. (intimate)
30. Charges had already been made against certain officials suspected of ***. (loyal)
31. Stephens had crashed and was taken to hospital for ***. (observe)
32. The United Nations is sending *** aid to the areas worst affected by the conflict. (human)
33. It is a *** title, so Mark Howard will become Sir Mark Howard on his father’s death. (inherit)

Этот материал по теме «словообразование по Destination С1&2 к теме Relationships and people» предлагается для организации занятий или самостоятельного изучения словообразования в английском языке на уровне advanced (C1), а также подготовки к сдаче экзамена CAE или его аналогов.

Ноябрь 15, 2014