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USE OF ENGLISH PART 3 -EN SUFFIX + PRACTICE 3

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USE OF ENGLISH PART 3 -EN SUFFIX + PRACTICE 3

  1. 1. USE OF ENGLISH PART 3. TEST 3 THE BACKACHE GENERATION Young people are suffering ten times more back pain than their parents did at the same age(0)…………………………..to a survey. It found that they are suffering from long hours sitting hunched over PCs and computer games. Creaking knees and stooped shoulders are also affecting teenagers and young peolple, not just the (25)…………………….. (26) Figures from the survey show that (26) ………………………… knees are afflicting 63 per cent of under 18s, in (27) …………………………………...with only three per cent of 55-year-olds who had knee problems in their (28) …………………………………….. The survey blames lack of exercise, (29)……………………………..lifestyles and longer working hours. Lack of oportunity to get off the (30) ………………………………and walk on a natural landscape is also responsible for problems like backache, ankle (31)…………………….. and joint pain, it says. ACCORD ELDER PAIN COMPARE YOUNG ACT PAVE INJURE ACCORDING ELDERLY PAINFUL COMPARISON YOUTH INACTIVE PAVEMENT INJURIES -ELDERSHIP (N) -PAINLESS (ADJ), PAINFULNESS (N), PAINLESSLY (ADV), PAINKILLER (N) -YOUNGER (N) - (IN)ACTION (N) -(UN) PAVED (ADJ),
  2. 2. USE OF ENGLISH PART 3. TEST 1 More than eight out of ten of those surveyed only ever walk on concrete. Joshua Wies, a physiotherapist said:”It is very (32)………………………….. That under 18s are experiencing problems that are usually associated with the pensioners. Are we going to start seeing teenagers having (33)………………….for hip problems, something that was completely (34)…………………….just a decade ago?” WORRY TREAT KNOW WORRRYING TREATMENT UNKNOWN -UNTREATED, UNTREATABLE (ADJ) -KNOWLEDGE (N), KNOWLEDGEABLE (Intelligent) (ADJ),
  3. 3. Some verbs are formed by adding the suffix -EN to an adjective (only –N if the adjective finishes in –e): TIGHT-TIGHTEN SHARP-SHARPEN USE OF ENGLISH PART 3. WORD FORMATION: –EN SUFFIX FOR VERBS
  4. 4. WEAK USE OF ENGLISH PART 3. WORD FORMATION: –EN SUFFIX FOR VERBS BRIGHT SWEET WIDE WORSE DEAF FAT SAD WEAKNESS BRIGHTNESS SWEETNESS WIDTH BAD DEAFNESS FATNESS SADNESS WEAKEN BRIGHTEN SWEETEN WIDEN WORSEN DEAFEN FATTEN SADDEN
  5. 5. STRONG USE OF ENGLISH PART 3. WORD FORMATION LONG HIGH WIDE STRENGTH LENGTH HEIGHT WIDTH STRENGTHEN LENGTHEN HEIGHTEN WIDEN
  6. 6. STRONG USE OF ENGLISH PART 3. WORD FORMATION LONG HIGH WIDE STRENGTH LENGTH HEIGHT WIDTH STRENGTHEN LENGTHEN HEIGHTEN WIDEN

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