Тренировочная работа "Словообразование" 7 класс


Департамент образования города Москвы
Восточное окружное управление образования
Государственное Бюджетное Общеобразовательное Учреждение
Центр образования №1080 «Экополис»
Тренировочная работа по теме «Словообразование»
( суффиксы прилагательных, суффиксы существительных,
префиксы прилагательных)
Подготовила материал:
учитель английского языка
Удалова Н.В.
Москва, 2012
Работа содержит упражнения на словообразование ( суффиксы
прилагательных, суффиксы существительных, префиксы прилагательных)
для учащихся 7 класса (УМК В.П. Кузовлев)
Exercise1.
1. I don’t know what’s wrong with him but he’s………
of everything around him. SUSPECT
2. Be careful when you go for a walk in the forest. There
may be some ………snakes around. POISON
3. We all agree that Orlando Bloom is very good looking
but we can’t say he’s a brilliant………. ACT
4. Winning gold medals both in 1,500 and 5,000 metres
was a great……….for the Moroccan athlete. ACHIEVE
5. Our team needs a…………manager to be DECIDE
…………..in the Premier League. SUCCESS
6. Regular physical…………helps you lose weight in ACTIVE
a healthy way.
7. Everybody is talking about teenage…………nowadays. VIOLENT
8. I can’t walk properly for a week because of a…………. PAINFUL
in my knee.
9. My grandfather received a medal for his…………in BRAVE
World War II.
10.The young boy was badly…………..in the accident. INJURY
The doctors are trying to keep him……………on LIVE
a life-support machine.
Exercise2.
1. In some countries, people throw parties to celebrate their………..RETIRE
2. Wales is part of the United Kingdom, so you can’t
really call it an……………country. DEPEND
3. Summer’s here again, and sales of sunglasses, swimsuits
and the like are a……………..business. BOOM
4. I asked my sister to lend me her T-shirt;……………. SURPRISE
she said “yes”!
5. After the war, many people had to live in……………… CROWD
flats and houses.
6. Everyone asks Pauline for advice as she’s the most
………………….. member of our staff. EXPERIENCE
Exercise3.
On a real safari.
Safari is a Swahili word meaning travel. It became part of the English language
and showed peoples’1.……………. FASCINATE with Africa. When 2. ……
…….ADVENTURE explorers and 3. ………………….HUNT traveled through
the continent, people said they were “on safari”.
Today the modern safari is very 4. ………………….DIFFER from those old
times. People still travel to Africa to see the wildlife or, 5……………..SAD, to
hunt. But now they do it after they have spent a 6. ……………….COMFORT
night in a huge bed with 24-hour 7…………………SERVE.
However, this is not what you get with Safari Explorations. When you travel with
them, it is not unusual to come within a very short 8. ……………..DISTANT of a
9. ………………….DANGER animal. Instead of lodges,10. ……………
ACCOMMODATE is mobile campsites, and 11. ……………….COOK is done on
open fires.
With Safari Explorations, you get a 12. …………….FEEL for what safari really
means.
Exercise4.
1. If you want to see this doctor, you have to get an official…………APPOINT
2. When Meg was in Rome last year, she went……………. CLUB
every night.
3. She ………………BEHAVIOUR in a very responsible way.
4. Last night we spent about two hours discussing the …………..IMPORTANT
of politics in our life.
5. When you’re camping, it’s necessary to know which…………….. DIRECT
the wind is coming from.
6. Some members of the class refused to ……………….PARTICIPANT in the
discussion.
Exercise5.
1. She’s so clever; she’s……………….of failing an exam. CAPABLE
2. Don’t you know that it’s ………………to travel without LEGAL
a ticket?
3. He was quite………………..as a baby, but now he’s very ATTRACTIVE
good looking.
4. That’s a really rude thing to say! I didn’t expect you to be so………..POLITE
5. Life is so………………! My parents blame me for everything! FAIR
6. My stepbrother is really……………..because he cheats in tests HONEST
and tells lies.
7. I love all my brothers and sisters because they are never……………KIND
to me.
8. Don’t talk about money; it’s……………… . We are fighting RELEVANT
about sharing a bedroom.
Exercise 6.
1. I’m hoping I’ll get…………….next year after all this hard work. PROMOTE
2. He hasn’t found………………since he got the sack last month. EMPLOY
3. You need to stay fit and do lots of different………………. when ACT
you retire.
4. The………………..of people like working. MAJOR
5. It’s important to get some………………from your job. ENJOY
6. Being a pilot has lots of…………………., apart ATTRACT
from money and travel.
Exercise 7.
1. My dad is so handsome that he’s the most………………… ATTRACT
man I know.
2. My friend’s new……………. is very good to him and treats EMPLOY
him very well.
3. It was your…………….. that got you the sack. Nothing else! LAZY
4. You can’t put that in your composition- it’s completely………….. RELEVANT
5. Smoking in public places should be made………………… . LEGAL
6. He must get a lot of……………… from his job as an actor. ENJOY
Exercise 8.
1. I had great………………. sleeping in the hotel because of the DIFFICULT
noise from the airport.
2. I stopped being a holiday rep because the………………….. RESPONSIBLE
was too much for me.
3. Their customs and …………….. are quite different from ours. BELIEVE
4. There were a lot of………………. for the lifeguard’s job. APPLY
5. I booked an adventure holiday because there was such a
…………………. of things to do. VARY
6. My sister and I went on separate holidays because we…………… AGREE
about where to go.
Exercise 9.
1. That was a really silly film. The story was totally……………….. BELIEVE
2. My parents……………… of me staying out late in the evening, APPROVE
so I’ll have to leave early.
3. That band plays so…………….that I think I’m going deaf. LOUD
4. What a lovely film. It was really………………. ENJOY
5. She’s so………………. that she can never choose which film to see DECISIVE
6. My mum doesn’t like my new boyfriend. She says he is……………… SUIT
for me.
Exercise 10.
1. It’s time you made a ………………. about which subject you DECIDE
want to study this year.
2. Why do my parents……………….. of everything I do? APPROVE
3. I don’t share her……………… on crime and punishment. BELIEVE
4. I get on really well with my sister. We never……………… AGREE
about anything.
5. When you go on a job interview, you have to wear……………… SUIT
clothes.
6. He can never keep a job for long because he’s so…………….. RESPONSIBLE
Exercise 11.
1. I’m showing my work in a new exhibition and I’m always rather
…………… on the opening night. ANXIETY
2. Now that he’s sold some of his sculptures, his life is a bit more
……………. than it used to be. COMFORT
3. The art gallery is becoming very successful and I need
some………………. advice. FINANCE
4. The town council are having the most………………. BELIEVE
fight about whose statue to put in the town centre.
5. My parents wanted to buy a painting by a famous artist, but it was
too…………………. . EXPENSE
6. I’ve been feeling very…………….. lately, so I’ve decided to go CREATE
to art classes.
7. I love that picture even though it’s not very………………… . VALUE
8. Now that he’s become rich and famous he’s really changed.
He’s almost …………………RECOGNISE
9. It’s ………………… trying to teach me how to draw – I’m just USE
not artist.
10.There’s so much work to do! It seems ……………….! END
Exercise 12.
1. If you want to complain about the pollution in your town, write to your
local……………… . POLITICS
2. Don’t go into town today, the………………. are ENVIRONMENT
having a demonstration.
3. The Minister of Industry has been talking to…………….. PROTEST
all morning about the new factory.
4. ………………….. are working night and day to try and BIOLOGY
find chemical substitutes for extinct species of plants.
5. The government has sent a team of………………..to look INSPECT
into the chemical spill.
6. It is us, the……………………. who can make a difference to VOTE
the environment. Join the Green Party today!
7. We must become the……………… of the planet because PROTECT
there isn’t anyone else.
8. The…………………….. have been busy sending out newsletters CAMPAIGN
to all the business in town.
9. The Nature Reserve has many…………….. from all over the world. VISIT
Exercise 13.
1. He doesn’t have many friends at school, in fact
he’s very………………. . POPULAR
2. She’s been very depressed ever since she became……………… . EMPLOY
3. We made an ……………….about whose job it is to take AGREE
out the rubbish.
4. You should ………………. your exercise routine so that you VARIETY
don’t get bored.
5. The doctor wrote me a ……………… for some antibiotics. PRESCRIBE
6. …………………… the bus wasn’t full and we found seats LUCK
upstairs at the front.
7. She must be very rich she’s always so………………. dressed EXPENSIVE
8. I can’t put a price on your help. It’s completely……………… . VALUE
9. If nobody has any…………………. , we’ll finish the meeting OBJECT
tomorrow.
10. She looks after her own ………………. business now. FINANCE
11. I’m sorry but there’s no ………………. for your illness. TREAT
It will get better by itself in time.
Exercise 14.
Many people, perhaps even the 0. majority, are not particularly MAJOR
happy in their job. They go to work, get paid, and 1…. for EMPLOY
them is just a way of paying the bills. This leads to 2 … at LAZY
work and unhappy workers often don’t show enough 3… POLITE
to customers or 4 … to their fellow workers. Many people KIND
feel that they have no chance of 5 … and they are PROMOTE
unhappy with the 6 … conditions. WORK
If you want to get 7 … from your work, make sure that ENJOY
it involves doing an 8 … that you like. Ask yourself whether ACTIVE
the job will have the same 9 … after five years. A careful ATTRACT
choice now can save you a lot of 10 … in the future. HAPPY
Exercise 15.
Love them or hate, 0 reality shows are very popular. REAL
Why are we so interested in the 1 … and in the RELATION
2 … of the ordinary people? It’s because they are just like ARGUE
us. We all have strong 3 … towards the people we live FEEL
and work with. Often, we find it hard to get 4 … on any ADVISE
problems we are having. By watching the 5 … they DECIDE
make on our screens, we gain 6 … about how people KNOW
react to tense situations. It’s almost like a 7 … PSYCHOLOGY
experiment. We can see when they are 8 … and SUCCEED
make the situation worse. This 9 … helps us in our INFORM
own lives. As always, TV is much more than just 10 … . ENTERTAIN
Exercise 16.
Dear Mr. Coco,
Thank you for your 0 application for the position of manager. APPLY
I am afraid that after a long 1 … we have decided to DISCUSS
appoint someone else. We would like to explain our 2… . CHOOSE
All of us were a little surprised by your 3 … when you APPEAR
came for the interview. “Dressed like a clown” was the 4 … DESCRIBE
used by one of us. A great 5 … of different people work for us, VARY
but we thought the red nose showed a lack of 6 … . We RESPONSIBLE
were all in 7… that many of our customers would have great AGREE
8 … in taking seriously a manager in size 76 shoes. DIFFICULT
We hope this 9 … helps. I would like to finish by expressing EXPLAIN
my 10 … that you will go far in business. Show business. BELIEVE
Yours faithfully,
Justine Carter,
Personnel Manager
Exercise 17.
Street 0 performers, or “buskers”, help make any city centre a PERFORM
place of 1 … . In any major city, you can find young, ENTERTAIN
2 … people juggling, playing the guitar or even doing EMPLOY
magic tricks for money. All they need is a 3 … place to SUIT
perform and a good crowd. Some people might 4 … APPROVE
of busking, but most people agree that it’s an 5 … ENJOY
break to have an 6 … show when you’re out EXPECT
shopping.
Some young people, 7 … to afford a luxury trip ABLE
around the world, busk in order to travel. It’s 8 … , but COMFORT
it’s cheap. Unless you are 9 … , a few hours playing LUCK
will pay for a bed. The 10 … is that you need to have ADVANTAGE
some talent or you might go hungry!
Exercise 18.
The key to being a 0 professional artist is to understand what PROFESSION
the art world wants and then produce it. The 1 … SUCCESS
artist needs to have a 2 … style and to make works RECOGNISE
of art that other people find 3 … . It takes an artist DESIRE
4 … practice to develop their own style but the END
5 … rewards can be amazing. People don’t just FINANCE
want art. They want 6 … art because they think that EXPENSE
the more 7 … a painting is, the better it is. Often, that VALUE
is true, but sometimes bad art sells for an 8 … price. BELIEVE
Many 9 … artists made very little money from their art, FAME
but now we can see how important their 10 … really are. CREATE
Exercise 19.
Mass protest in city centre
Many 0 visitors to the city were surprised today to find the roads VISIT
blocked by 1 … . Around ten thousand people took to PROTEST
the streets to try to get 2 … to take seriously recent POLITICS
warnings from 3 … . They claim that unless something ENVIRONMENT
is done about the 4 … of our coasts, then many PROTECT
5 … species of bird will disappear. Among those DANGER
facing 6 … is the rare puffin, found only in a few areas. EXTINCT
Some 7 … say that it may already be too late for this SCIENCE
bird, but immediate action is needed to ensure the 8 … SURVIVE
of other rare birds. The 9 … of habitats all along our DESTROY
shores and effects of 10 … warming have been blamed. GLOBE
Exercise 20.
Celebrities
Would you like to be 1 … ? Do you think you would enjoy FAME
being rich and successful 2… ? Although it sounds CELEBRATE
attractive, a lot of stars are more 3 … than you would think. HAPPY
Some feel 4 … being in the public eye all the time. They’re COMFORT
often 5 … even to go to the supermarket without being ABLE
followed by the press. Many of them complain it’s 6 … to POSSIBLE
have a private life. Others are terrified of becoming 7 … . POPULAR
They’re 8 … about their future and worry that they’ll lose CERTAIN
their fame and career, and end up 9 … . It may be hard work EMPLOY
getting to the top, but it’s even 10 … to stay there! HARD
Keys
Ex.1 1.suspicious 2.poisonous 3.actor 4.achievement 5.decisive,successful
6.activity 7.violence 8.pain 9.bravery 10.injured, alive
Ex.2 1.retirement 2.independent 3.booming 4.surprisingly 5.overcrowded
6.experienced
Ex.3 1.fascination 2.adventurous 3.hunters 4.different 5.sadly 6.comfortable
7.service 8.distance 9.dangerous 10.accomodation 11.cooking
12.feeling
Ex.4 1.appointment 2.clubbing 3.behaved 4.importance 5.direction
6.participate
Ex.5 1.incapable 2.illegal 3.unattractive 4.impolite 5.unfair 6.dishonest
7.unkind 8.irrelevant
Ex.6 1.promotion 2.employment 3.activities 4.majority 5.enjoyment
6.attractions
Ex.7 1.attractive 2.employer 3.laziness 4.irrelevant 5.illegal 6.enjoyment
Ex.8 1.difficulty 2.responsibility 3.beliefs 4.applications 5.variety
6.disagreed
Ex.9 1.unbelievable 2.disapprove 3.loudly 4.enjoyable 5.indecisive
6.unsuitable
Ex.10 1.decision 2.disapprove 3.beliefs 4.disagree 5.suitable 6.irresponsible
Ex.11 1.anxious 2.comfortable 3.financial 4.unbelievable 5.expensive
6.creative 7.valuable 8.unrecognisable 9.useless 10.endless
Ex.12 1.politician 2.environmentalists 3.protestors 4.Biologists 5.inspectors
6.voters 7.protectors 8.campaigners 9.visitors
Ex.13 1.unpopular 2.unemployed 3.agreement 4.vary 5.prescription 6Luckily
7.expensively 8.invaluable 9.objections 10.financial 11.treatment
Ex.14 1.employment 2.laziness 3.politeness 4.kindness 5.promotion
6.working 7.enjoyment 8.activity 9.attraction 10.unhappiness
Ex.15 1.relationships 2.arguments 3.feelings 4.advice 5.decisions
6.knowledge 7.psychological 8.unsuccessful 9.information
10.entertainment
Ex.16 1.discussion 2.choice 3.appearance 4.description 5.variety
6.responsibility 7.agreement 8.difficulty 9.explanation 10.belief
Ex.17 1.entertainment 2.unemployed 3.suitable 4.disapprove 5.enjoyable
6.unexpected 7.unable 8.uncomfortable 9.unlucky 10.disadvantage
Ex.18 1.successful 2.recognisable 3.desirable 4.endless 5.financial
6.expensive 7.valuable 8.unbelievable 9.famous 10.creations
Ex.19 1.protestors 2.politicians 3.environmentalists 4.protection 5.endangered
6.extinction 7.scientists 8.survival 9.destruction 10.global
Ex.20 1.famous 2.celebrity 3.unhappy 4.uncomfortable 5.unable
6.impossible 7.unpopular 8.uncertain 9.unemployed 10.harder