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Dział: Języki obce

Słowotwórstwo - tworzenie rzeczowników - matura rozszerzona, język angielski

orm nouns using ITY/MENT/URE, next put them into sentences below.

obese, fail, accomplish, stable, amuse, announce, major, entertain, minor, anxious, curious, various, secure, equal, achieve, argue, celebrate, creative, invisible, moral, improve, human, pleasant, public, close, necessary, govern, encourage, responsible, able

The....................... of students passed the exam well.
I heard an...........................on the loudspeaker.
Madonna, Salma Hayek and other Hollywood ......................... came to the party.
My date with John was a complete........................ - I had a horrible time.
Working with Terry is a ....................... – his punctual, educated and has a lot of ideas.
I’m not talking to Tim – we had a terrible ........................ last week.
The Prime Minister is the head of the .................................
You need to know an .......................... to phone his office.
My greatest life ............................. was to finish studies.
TV is the most popular ................................. among teenagers.
Somebody is trying to break into the house – let’s call the ................................
Eating too much causes ...............................
.......................... of styles and colours made this exhibition a success.

Form nouns from the following verbs(ment, ence, ance, cy, ation, al, age , ness, ity, dom, hood)
1. agree
2. move
3. differ
4. exist
5. fly
6. give
7. see
8. arrive
9. wise
10. carry
11. generous
12. invite
13. think
14. depend
15. vary
16. improve
17. know
18. speak
19. lose
20. please
1.free
2.able
3.bright
4.helpful
5.important
6.difficult
7.silent
8.warm
9.proud
10.good
11.dark
12.absent
13.careful
14. great
15. lazy
16. long
17. poor
18. kind
19. possible
20. bitter
21. deep
22. helpless
23. broad
24. happy
25. obedient
26. regular
27. high
28. long
29. grateful
30. hot
31. new
32. child
33. moral
34. foreign
35. fresh
36. ill
37. polite
38. brave

Add the suffix -y. -ty. -ity and translate into Polish:
1. able
2. active
3. difficult
4. equal
5. honest
6. loyal
7. moral
8. noble
9. original
10. poor
11. popular
12 public
13. punctual
14. pure
15. real
16. regular
17. safe
18. simple

Form nouns from the following adjectives:

1. free
2. bitter
3. able
4. deep
5. bright
6. helpless
7. helpful
8. broad
9. important
10. happy
11. difficult
12. obedient
13. silent
14. regular
15. warm
16. high
17. proud
18. long
19. good
20. black
21. dark
22. hot
23. absent
24. new
25. careful
26. deep
27. great
28. moral
29. lazy
30. foreign
31. long
32. fresh
33. poor
34. ill
35. kind
36. polite
37. possible
38. agree
39. give
40. move
41. see
42. differ
43. arrive
44. exist
45. marry
46. fly
47. carry
48. repeat
49. improve
50. invite
51. know
52. think
53. speak
54. depend
55. lose
56. vary
57. please

The ...........................(absent) of the boss was the .............................(begin) of gossips.
I need some.......................(free), not a constant .....................(attend) from you.
This ................................(add) was constructed to .........................(beauty) the whole building.
Bella, a beginning ...........................(act) signed an ............................(agree) with an agent.
They burst with .............................(laugh) when they saw this pitiful ..........................(perform)
The girl’s .............................(behave) was .........................(fool) and ..........................(child).
The soldiers’ ..........................(brave) in fight led to regaining .................................(free).
The show was a ..........................(fail) and didn’t catch the viewers’ .............................(attend)
The plane’s ...................(arrive) was delayed but no ......................(explain) was given to the passengers.
The ...........................(grow) of interracial ...............................(hate) has recently been observed.
His bad ................................(do) and immoral ..................................(behave) led him to prison.
‘I’m sorry, but you answer is .............................(correction), the ...........................(instruct) said.
The man’s ..........................(kind) and vivid ............................(imagine) earned him many friends.
The ..................(lose) of their baby ruined their ..........................(relate) and their .......................(marry) was over. She gave him back the .........................(engage) ring and moved out.
............................(just) was done! His cruel .....................(do) were punished.
The ......................(fail) in ..............................(manage) caused the company a lot of trouble.
His ......................(generous), ...............(wise) and ...............(sweet) make women love him.

His ..............................(young) was disturbed by serious.....................................(sick).
What are the.....................(wide), ..........................(long) and .........................(high) of the room?
What he said was..............................(true) because ................................(true) would be too cruel.
At the .........................(wed) the bride wore ..............................(value) jewellery which she was very ..................................(pride) of.
‘That will be the ......................................(punish) for your ..............................(obedient)’, the ...........................(judgment) said to the criminal during the ....................................(try).
Jane and her sister were very much .............................(like) during their ...............................(child) and everybody thought they were twins. The only different thing was their ................................(weigh).
His sudden .........................(weak) was caused by the fact that he was very ............................(thirst).
This cake is a masterpiece! It’s famous for its ...............................(sweet) and .....................(soft) and incredibly .......................................(imagine) ...................................(mix) of fruit and spices.
............................(honest) is the base of ............................(friend) and ...........................(marry).
She was .............................(health) and had problems with .......................................(breath).
He couldn’t find the ............................(enter) the building despite having its .....................(describe).
The ........................................(member) in the ..................................(organize) is free of charge.
He was a bad student - ...........................(attention), ......................(child) and ..................(imagine).

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