Remind me, please, the tense form of the verb you are using in your
sentence to be sure for the correctness of it. (In this way the students are
doing the work of Appendix 1).
2. Lexical Drill:
Let’s check your knowledge of the rules of the word-formation. Just
remember the following suffixes and prefixes:
a) adjective suffixes: -al, -ic, -ful, -able, -ing, -ous;
b) adjective prefixes: dis-, il-, im-, in-, un-;
c) noun suffixes: -tion, -ety/-ity, -ment, -iour, -dom, -ence, -ition, -er;
d) adverb suffixes: -fully, -ably, -ally, -ly, -ingly
(Students go out to the blackboard and hang the cards on the
blackboard). Now let’s do the next exercise on your papers
( Appendix 2).
The students read the sentences filling in the words on the right side of
the paper in the correct form. Then they translate the word they have
formed with the help of suffixes and prefixes and name what part of
speech has been formed.
3. Physical exercises for the students (to make the students move
while going on working):
Look at the blackboard and find out the examples of word-formation in
the following proverbs:
a. Happiness takes no account of time.
b. Misfortunes tell us what fortune is.
c. He is lifeless that is faultless.
d. Better a glorious death than a shameful life.
e. Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.
Well, will you show us the component parts of the words formed with the
help of suffixes and prefixes? (Students come out to the blackboard to