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FCE - CAE Word formation Guide - Use of English

 
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Part 3 consists of a text containing eight gaps (plus one gap as an example). At the end of some of the lines, and separated from the text, there is a stem word in capital letters. Candidates need to form an appropriate word from given stem words to fill each gap.
The focus of this task is primarily lexical, though an understanding of structure is also required. It tests the candidates* knowledge of how prefixes, suffixes, internal changes and compounds are used in forming words. Candidates may be required to demonstrate understanding of the text beyond sentence level.
Part 3 consists of a text containing eight gaps (plus one gap as an example). At the end of some of the lines, and separated from the text, there is a stem word in capital letters. Candidates need to form an appropriate word from given stem words to fill each gap.
The focus of this task is primarily lexical, though an understanding of structure is also required. It tests the candidates* knowledge of how prefixes, suffixes, internal changes and compounds are used in forming words. Candidates may be required to demonstrate understanding of the text beyond sentence level.

 

This guide will help you understand how to do part 3 of the Cambridge FCE and CAE Reading and Use of English test, i.e. word formation exercises. It will provide you with a good understanding of how words are converted from one class into another as well as giving you clear explanations on how to come up with the right word by noticing the words before and after the gap.This guide will prove very useful for both intermediate and advanced students whose goal is to pass the Cambridge English exams.




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