Complete the table with the adjective form of the following adverbs:<br />AdverbAdjectiveconsiderablydramaticallyenormouslyhugelymoderatelysignificantlyslightlysubstantiallyvastlyconsistentlygraduallyquicklyrapidlysharplyslowlysteadilyswiftly<br />Complete the table with the noun form of the following verbs:<br />VerbNoun (+ article)to increaseto growto improveto jumpto recoverto decreaseto deteriorateto dropto fallto shrinkto peakto plungeto slumpto stagnateto level offto fluctuate[to fluctuate]_ _ s and _ _ _ _ s<br />Use these structures with adjectives and nouns: <br /><ul><li>There + be (+ quite) + a / an (+ adjective) + noun + preposition
e.g. There was a dramatic fluctuation in the share price in 2007.There has been quite a dramatic increase in the number of immigrants entering the UK since 2004.
Date + see (+ quite) + a / an (+ adjective) + noun + preposition
e.g. January saw a steady growth in our sales in the Czech Republic.
2009 has seen a significant fall in the amount of students entering university in the USA.</li></ul>Change these sentences from ‘verb + adverb’ to ‘adjective + noun’. If there is no noun form of the verb, choose a different verb.<br /><ul><li>Last April orders increased dramatically.
So far this month, oil prices have shrunk significantly.
Last year, the value of the US dollar fluctuated.