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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #25: Word formation - 1
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    Word formation - 1


    When you look up a word in a dictionary, see if you can form other words from it. Sometimes these words will be included in the definition of the word and sometimes they will appear separately. Look before and after each dictionnary entry to see what words you can find formed from the same basic word.Complete each sentence with the correct form of the word in capital letters. In some cases you will have to make a negative form by using the prefix 'in_' or 'un_'.





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    1. ACCEPT - I'm sorry, but this arrangement is totally to us.
    2. ACCEPT - I've just received their letter of so we can go ahead.
    3. ACT - The unions have threatened to take industrial .
    4. ACT - It's been a very day on the Stock Exchange.
    5. ACT - The R&D department seems full of at the moment.
    6. ADD - We'll be bringing out several to our product line.
    7. ADD - There's an bonus if I exceed my sales target by more than 10%.
    8. ANALYSE - We'll need a detailed cost before giving the final approval.
    9. ANALYSE - Most think we're in for a difficult time.
    10. APPLY - Unfortunately we can't interview every .
    11. APPLY - I sent in my letter of and they phoned me the next day.
    12. APPLY - The regulations are not when there are fewer than 10 employees.
    13. CONNECT - My flight didn't leave until 10 o'clock.
    14. CONNECT - We sent them a letter in with their offer of an agency.
    15. CONNECT - She has some useful in the hotel trade.








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