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FCE exam practice Use of English Word formation part 3 explained

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It's a part 3 of the Use of English FCE exam. The explanation and the answers are also included.
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FCE exam practice Use of English Word formation part 3 explained

  1. 1. JOB INTERVIEWS- word formation part Many people feel very (0) nervous about job interviews but remember the interviewers must have liked your (1) , so you only have to live up to their (2) . I Before you go into the interview room, take a few deep (3) . If you think about something nice, that brings you a feeling of (4) then you will smile, and give an impression of (5) . Make sure that you take all the right papers with you — if you forget something, you could look (6) . If they ask why you left your last job, don't give a long (7) . You have a right to your (8) and so do your previous employers. Any future employer will like it if you show (9) to your old boss. Take your time to answer questions, and relax. If you follow this (10) , you have a good chance of getting the job!
  2. 2. JOB INTERVIEWS- word formation part Many people feel very (0) nervous about job interviews but remember the interviewers must have liked your (1) , so you only have to live up to their (2) . I Before you go into the interview room, take a few deep (3) . If you think about something nice, that brings you a feeling of (4) then you will smile, and give an impression of (5) . Make sure that you take all the right papers with you — if you forget something, you could look (6) . If they ask why you left your last job, don't give a long (7) . You have a right to your (8) and so do your previous employers. Any future employer will like it if you show (9) to your old boss. Take your time to answer questions, and relax. If you follow this (10) , you have a good chance of getting the job! ‘your’ is a pronoun, normally after a pronoun we need a NOUN
  3. 3. JOB INTERVIEWS- word formation part Many people feel very (0) nervous about job interviews but remember the interviewers must have liked your (1) , so you only have to live up to their (2) . I Before you go into the interview room, take a few deep (3) . If you think about something nice, that brings you a feeling of (4) then you will smile, and give an impression of (5) . Make sure that you take all the right papers with you — if you forget something, you could look (6) . If they ask why you left your last job, don't give a long (7) . You have a right to your (8) and so do your previous employers. Any future employer will like it if you show (9) to your old boss. Take your time to answer questions, and relax. If you follow this (10) , you have a good chance of getting the job! ‘their’ is a pronoun, normally after a pronoun we need a NOUN. In this case the noun is plural
  4. 4. JOB INTERVIEWS- word formation part Many people feel very (0) nervous about job interviews but remember the interviewers must have liked your (1) , so you only have to live up to their (2) . I Before you go into the interview room, take a few deep (3) . If you think about something nice, that brings you a feeling of (4) then you will smile, and give an impression of (5) . Make sure that you take all the right papers with you — if you forget something, you could look (6) . If they ask why you left your last job, don't give a long (7) . You have a right to your (8) and so do your previous employers. Any future employer will like it if you show (9) to your old boss. Take your time to answer questions, and relax. If you follow this (10) , you have a good chance of getting the job! ‘deep’ is an adjective, normally after an adjective we need a NOUN. In this case the noun is plural as we have ‘a few’ meaning plural before ‘deep’
  5. 5. JOB INTERVIEWS- word formation part Many people feel very (0) nervous about job interviews but remember the interviewers must have liked your (1) , so you only have to live up to their (2) . I Before you go into the interview room, take a few deep (3) . If you think about something nice, that brings you a feeling of (4) then you will smile, and give an impression of (5) . Make sure that you take all the right papers with you — if you forget something, you could look (6) . If they ask why you left your last job, don't give a long (7) . You have a right to your (8) and so do your previous employers. Any future employer will like it if you show (9) to your old boss. Take your time to answer questions, and relax. If you follow this (10) , you have a good chance of getting the job! ‘of’ is a preposition, very often after a preposition we need a NOUN.
  6. 6. JOB INTERVIEWS- word formation part Many people feel very (0) nervous about job interviews but remember the interviewers must have liked your (1) , so you only have to live up to their (2) . I Before you go into the interview room, take a few deep (3) . If you think about something nice, that brings you a feeling of (4) then you will smile, and give an impression of (5) . Make sure that you take all the right papers with you — if you forget something, you could look (6) . If they ask why you left your last job, don't give a long (7) . You have a right to your (8) and so do your previous employers. Any future employer will like it if you show (9) to your old boss. Take your time to answer questions, and relax. If you follow this (10) , you have a good chance of getting the job! ‘of’ is a preposition, very often after a preposition we need a NOUN.
  7. 7. JOB INTERVIEWS- word formation part Many people feel very (0) nervous about job interviews but remember the interviewers must have liked your (1) , so you only have to live up to their (2) . I Before you go into the interview room, take a few deep (3) . If you think about something nice, that brings you a feeling of (4) then you will smile, and give an impression of (5) . Make sure that you take all the right papers with you — if you forget something, you could look (6) . If they ask why you left your last job, don't give a long (7) . You have a right to your (8) and so do your previous employers. Any future employer will like it if you show (9) to your old boss. Take your time to answer questions, and relax. If you follow this (10) , you have a good chance of getting the job! ‘you could look...how??- how refers to the adjective. Positive or negative?
  8. 8. JOB INTERVIEWS- word formation part Many people feel very (0) nervous about job interviews but remember the interviewers must have liked your (1) , so you only have to live up to their (2) . I Before you go into the interview room, take a few deep (3) . If you think about something nice, that brings you a feeling of (4) then you will smile, and give an impression of (5) . Make sure that you take all the right papers with you — if you forget something, you could look (6) . If they ask why you left your last job, don't give a long (7) . You have a right to your (8) and so do your previous employers. Any future employer will like it if you show (9) to your old boss. Take your time to answer questions, and relax. If you follow this (10) , you have a good chance of getting the job! ‘long’ is an adjective, normally after an adjective we need a NOUN. In this case the noun is singular as we have ‘a’- an article.
  9. 9. JOB INTERVIEWS- word formation part Many people feel very (0) nervous about job interviews but remember the interviewers must have liked your (1) , so you only have to live up to their (2) . I Before you go into the interview room, take a few deep (3) . If you think about something nice, that brings you a feeling of (4) then you will smile, and give an impression of (5) . Make sure that you take all the right papers with you — if you forget something, you could look (6) . If they ask why you left your last job, don't give a long (7) . You have a right to your (8) and so do your previous employers. Any future employer will like it if you show (9) to your old boss. Take your time to answer questions, and relax. If you follow this (10) , you have a good chance of getting the job! ‘your’ is a pronoun, normally after a pronoun we need a NOUN
  10. 10. JOB INTERVIEWS- word formation part Many people feel very (0) nervous about job interviews but remember the interviewers must have liked your (1) , so you only have to live up to their (2) . I Before you go into the interview room, take a few deep (3) . If you think about something nice, that brings you a feeling of (4) then you will smile, and give an impression of (5) . Make sure that you take all the right papers with you — if you forget something, you could look (6) . If they ask why you left your last job, don't give a long (7) . You have a right to your (8) and so do your previous employers. Any future employer will like it if you show (9) to your old boss. Take your time to answer questions, and relax. If you follow this (10) , you have a good chance of getting the job! ‘if you show’.... what? - what refers to a noun. Noun is missing
  11. 11. JOB INTERVIEWS- word formation part Many people feel very (0) nervous about job interviews but remember the interviewers must have liked your (1) , so you only have to live up to their (2) . I Before you go into the interview room, take a few deep (3) . If you think about something nice, that brings you a feeling of (4) then you will smile, and give an impression of (5) . Make sure that you take all the right papers with you — if you forget something, you could look (6) . If they ask why you left your last job, don't give a long (7) . You have a right to your (8) and so do your previous employers. Any future employer will like it if you show (9) to your old boss. Take your time to answer questions, and relax. If you follow this (10) , you have a good chance of getting the job! ‘this’ is a pronoun, normally after a pronoun we need a NOUN
  12. 12. JOB INTERVIEWS- word formation part Many people feel very (0) nervous about job interviews but remember the interviewers must have liked your (1) (n) application , so you only have to live up to their (2) (n) expectations. I Before you go into the interview room, take a few deep (3)(n) breaths. If you think about something nice, that brings you a feeling of (4) (n) happiness then you will smile, and give an impression of (5) (n) confidence. Make sure that you take all the right papers with you — if you forget something, you could look (6)(adj) unprofessional. If they ask why you left your last job, don't give a long (7)(n) explanation. You have a right to your (8) (n) privacy and so do your previous employers. Any future employer will like it if you show (9)(n) loyalty to your old boss. Take your time to answer questions, and relax. If you follow this (10)(n) advice, you have a good chance of getting the job! 0 nerve 1 apply 2 expect 3 breathe 4 happy 5 confident 6 profession 7 explain 8 private 9 loyal 10 advise

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