I always loved the word formation part of the FCE test. This was the part of the test where I always scored really high. However, some of my students don’t. So I sat down and tried to find out why I have been so successful in this part of the test.
And the result? I believe that I do well on these tests because I know the other forms of words. I take the key word and then learn all of its other forms, and when I meet the word in a test I am able to remember the correct form.
In this post I am going to give you a chance to do the same. I selected 10 words that regularly appear in the word formation test for B2 level, and I listed all the forms and example sentences. What should you do? Try to memorise all the forms from the infographic and then go through the online quizzes.
Word formation – infographic[/su_heading][su_spacer] Study the following infographic and try to remember all the forms. Do not forget to notice the differences in meaning.
Do not spend too much time just learning the forms. It is best to use them in context, so I believe it is time to move to the online quizzes.[su_spacer][su_heading]
Word formation – online quizzes[/su_heading][su_spacer]
The first online quiz is in HTML5 so it will play on all devices. Your task is to choose the correct form of the words, and if you pass the quiz you will be given a chance to play a game as a reward.
[su_button url=”https://engames.eu/vocabulary/wordformation/Word formation 01 (Web)/index.html” target=”blank” background=”#f08cf5″ size=”6″]Word formation quiz – full screen[/su_button]
The second game is called En Garde and it will only play on your desktop as it is made in flash. Your task is to choose the correct answer and then stop the circle as close to the centre as possible. Will you win?[su_button url=”https://engames.eu/vocabulary/wordformation/index.html” target=”blank” background=”#f08cf5″ size=”6″]Word formation quiz – full screen[/su_button] [su_spacer][su_heading]
Word formation – links[/su_heading][su_spacer] You can find more interesting exercises at the British Council site.
Category: English games, Grammar, Intermediate
Tags: engames.eu, fce, Grammar, Word formation
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