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Word Formation Çalışması

WORD WORMATION ( Kelime Şekillendirme )

Word Formation Çalışması , İngilizce

 1 –   İngilizce Özel ders ( Bireysel – İngilizce Özel ders )
2 –   İngilizce Özel ders – 4 kişilik gruplarla yapılan  İngilizce Özel ders )

Complete with a word formed from those in the list.

 Chemical Controls

 The more chemical controls are used, the more resistant the insects and microbes become. According to Dr Robert Metcalf, professor of entomology at the University of Illinois, “Some strains of insects and microbes have appeared that are (01) ……………… to nearly everything in our arsenal. The short-sighted and (02) ……………… use of antibiotics has produced monster bugs. And it’s getting worse. Pests are now quicker to develop resistance to new (03) ……………… weapons. The earliest (04) ……………… like DDT were highly (05) ……………… for many years. The (06) ……………… of the latest (07) ……………… is often measured in months.”

Jobs for the Boys and Girls

American ambassadors are political (08) ………………, a way of thanking those who have given time and money to the (09) ……………… campaign. Take the example of Della Newman, a Seattle real-estate broker and friend of George Bush, eminently qualified to be Ambassador to New Zealand. Her certificate of competence from the State Department points out: “Mrs Newman’s background in the real-estate business, combined with her many civic (10) ………………, gives her the (11) ……………… qualities to make her an (12) ……………… candidate for Ambassador to New Zealand.” (13) ……………… diplomats have been appalled, and someone started to leak the competence certificates, which are supposed to show that the ambassador will have a (14) ……………… of “the country’s principal language, and understanding of its history, culture and political structure.” A State Department official commented: “By keeping them (15) ……………… they obviously hope to shepherd more turkeys through the Senate.” One certificate, provided to an operator of fast-food restaurants in Kansas, read in full: “Mr Wilkins’s (16) ……………… background in business will serve him well as the next US ambassador to the Netherlands.”

CORRECT ANSWERS :

01. RESIST ………………

02. RESPONSE ………………

03. CHEMISTRY ………………

04. INSECT ………………

05. EFFECT ………………

06. USE ………………

07. VARY ………………

08. APPOINT ………………

09. PRESIDE ………………

10. COMMIT ………………

11. MANAGE ………………

12. EXCEL ………………

13. PROFESS ………………

14. KNOW ………………

15. CONFIDE ………………

16. EXTEND ………………

CENSORSHIP

 England has a reputation for being a land free of censorship. A number of events have shown that the (01) …………………….. is not entirely deserved. There is political censorship and moral censorship, and both are (02) ……………………… In regard to all (03) …………………….. of censorship, the law is vague and confused. Here are two examples of what might be loosely termed political protest.

In the first case, the accused person was carrying a poster which depicted the then Prime Minister, Mrs Thatcher, dressed in a black slip and (04) …………………….., a whip in her hand and with a stiletto heel resting on a kneeling member of her cabinet. The (05) ……………………. had to show that the average person would be alarmed or distressed or harassed by the poster. As there were no members of the public (06) …………………….. available who would admit to being distressed, two policemen had to qualify as the victims of this hideous (07) ……………………… As all they could admit to was a slight attack of laughter, the case was dismissed. In a different case, a group of demonstrators were walking down Whitehall past the end of Downing Street. One of them shouted a few rude, four-letter words and made a V-sign, a gesture of contempt, in the direction of No 10, the Prime Minister’s residence. As a result, he was arrested and convicted of insulting (08) ……………………… If you are going to protest in Britain, you had better do it quietly.

01. REPUTE ……………………..

02. DISCRIMINATE ……………………..

03. APPLY ……………………..

04. SUSPEND ……………………..

05. PROSECUTE ……………………..

06. READY ……………………..

07. PROVOKE ……………………..

08. BEHAVE ……………………..

HARD LIFE FOR SOME YOUNG PEOPLE

Word Formation Çalışması , İngilizce But you don’t have to go to distant (09) …………………….. or Ugandan villages to find young people in trouble and in need of help. The situation in England is bad enough, and gives little optimism for a (10) …………………. in the level of (11) ……………………. of young across this (12) …………………….. world. Angela Lambert, reporting for The Independent newspaper, writes : “There are at least 50,000 (13) …………………….. people under the age of 20 in London alone, and perhaps three times as many in the whole of England. An estimated 2,000 are squatting in derelict (14) ……………………..; 10,000 are living in hostels; 2,000 in bed-and -breakfast hotels; and the rest, if they are lucky, find temporary accommodation with friends – usually sleeping on the floor. The (15) …………………….., as is (16) …………………….. obvious to any Londoner, live rough – sleeping on park benches, in shop (17) …………………….., and anywhere else they can find. Many are permanently hungry.”

09. ORPHAN ……………………..

10. LESS ……………………..

11. TREAT ……………………..

12. POPULATE ……………………..

13. HOME ……………………..

14. BUILD ……………………..

15. LUCK ……………………..

16. INCREASE ……………………..

17. DOOR ……………………..

 CORRECT ANSWERS :

01. reputation

02. indiscriminate

03. applications

04. suspenders

05. prosecution

06. readily

07. provocation

08. behaviour

09. orphanages

10. lessening

11. ill-treatment, maltreatment, mistreatment

12. over-populated, overpopulated

13. homeless

14. buildings

15. unlucky, luckless

16. increasingly

17. doorways

 

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