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Word formation C1
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    A game to practise word formation at C1 level
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  • So then I heard his ... (MISTAKE) voice. I would recognise it everywhere!
    unmistakable
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  • This was their ... (JOIN) effort, so they should be equally rewarded.
    joint
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  • They built three additional ... (PASS) in order to keep the city clear of traffic.
    bypasses
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  • He was one of the most ... (SPEAK) opponents of the new system.
    outspoken
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  • He was ... (PAIN) thorough in his inspection of the room.
    painstakingly
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  • Most people are trying to avoid personal contact and we advise you to do ...(WISE)
    likewise
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  • Our company has lost important clients because the managers ... (HAND) the negotiations.
    mishandled
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  • I can't imagine our office without him and his know-how, he is simply ... (PLACE).
    irreplaceable
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  • He is thought to be in the Caribbean, although his exact ... (WHERE) is a mystery.
    whereabouts
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  • His ... (HARD) helped him survive the harsh winters of the land.
    hardiness
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  • That was a really boring, ... (REPEAT) task to do.
    repetitive
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  • The factory is fully computerised and ... (AUTO)
    automated
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  • The book is a story of lies, ... (DECEIVE) and blackmail of one woman.
    deception
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  • Inventing the Internet was ... (DOUBT) a breakthrough in the development of communication.
    undoubtedly / doubtlessly
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  • Is it ... (WORTH) repairing this camera?
    worthwhile
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  • I believe the Internet is too ... (INTRUDE) on our privacy.
    intrusive
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  • In her life she experienced many ... (HARD), so she could easily understand my situation.
    hardships
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  • This programme will ... (ABLE) a large increase in student numbers.
    enable
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  • The small farmers form the ... (BONE) of the country's economy.
    backbone
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  • He is very ... (KNOW) about wines, I must admit.
    knowledgeable
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  • This change will ... (NECESSARY) starting all over again.
    necessitate
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  • He doesn't even try to change his lifestyle to be greener, he has an ... (MORAL) outlook on the subject.
    amoral
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  • The life ... (EXPECT) of an average city dweller is much higher now than 100 years ago.
    expectancy
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  • The child was completely ... (MANAGE), nobody could control him.
    unmanageable
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  • I studied her face, so I was overjoyed when I noticed an almost ... (PERCEIVE) movement of her eyelid.
    imperceptible
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  • Farmers sell their local ... (PRODUCT) at the market.
    produce
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