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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #26: Word formation - 2
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    Word formation - 2

    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 separataly. Look before and after each dictionary 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. ATTRACT - One of the of the offer is the free training course.
    2. ATTRACT - They were offering a very salary so of course I was interested.
    3. COMMERCE - There are so many vehicles on the road these days!
    4. COMMERCE - I'm afraid the scheme is not viable.
    5. COMMERCE - The resort has become so that we're going somewhere else.
    6. COMMERCE - As well as newspaper advertising, we plan a series of TV .
    7. CONTRACT - The has told me the office will be ready by next month.
    8. CONTRACT - We are obliged to provide adequate security for the shipment.
    9. DIRECT - I enclose a map and to help you to find our office.
    10. DIRECT - The board of will make the final decision about the scheme.
    11. DIRECT - I found the company by looking in the local trade .
    12. DIRECT - I always deal with the manufacturer.
    13. DIRECT - There's been another from head office about photocopying.
    14. DECIDE - He'll never make a good manager. He's so .
    15. DECIDE - A on the new factory is expected soon.

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