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Word Building Destination C1/C2

Units 1-4 key

1. The question of who planted the bomb remains a matter of guesswork. GUESS
2. The room was too small, the amplifiers too powerful, the audience too inattentive. ATTENTION
3. Graham's very knowledgeable about wines. KNOWLEDGE
4. He was a 25-year-old man with a mental age of seven. MIND
5. How do older people conceptualise their health? CONCEIVE
6. His supporters admire his decisiveness. DECIDE
7. In my wildest imaginings, I could not have foreseen what a wonderful life lay before me. IMAGINE
8. We tried not to seem critical or judgmental while giving advice that would protect him JUDGE
from ridicule.
9. I found him very arrogant and opinionated. OPINION
10. Does TV desensitise people to violence? SENSE
11. An absolute truth is an unalterable and permanent fact. ALTER
12. These two words are almost interchangeable. CHANGE
13. Bus route 51 is being discontinued. CONTINUE
14. The British conversion to the metric system took place in the 1970s. CONVERT
15. The west coast main line has been electrified. ELECTRIC
16. That was the start of an enduring friendship. ENDURE
17. I was ready to leave everything behind and start anew in California. NEW
18. Works of art were lost, many of them irreplaceable. PLACE
19. My secretary will phone to rearrange the appointment. ARRANGE
20. For some inexplicable reason, he felt depressed. EXPLAIN
21. Abortion is an issue which produces little reasoned argument. REASON
22. It was thoughtless of her not to tell you where she was going. THINK
23. She accepted that she had acted unwisely and mistakenly. WISE
24. Rosie stared in disbelief. BELIEVE
25. She's just being childish and immature. MATURE
26. The catfish is adaptable to a wide range of water conditions. ADAPT
27. New technology is going to revolutionise everything we do. REVOLT
28. He had influential friends. INFLUENCE
29. The seats are fully adjustable. ADJUST
30. Happily, it was all dealt with very capably by the police and security people. CAPABLE
Word Building Destination C1/C2
Units 1-4

1. The question of who planted the bomb remains a matter of ………….. GUESS
2. The room was too small, the amplifiers too powerful, the audience too ………….. ATTENTION
3. Graham's very ……………. about wines. KNOWLEDGE
4. He was a 25-year-old man with a ………. age of seven. MIND
5. How do older people …………… their health? CONCEIVE
6. His supporters admire his ……………. DECIDE
7. In my wildest ………….., I could not have foreseen what a wonderful life lay before me. IMAGINE
8. We tried not to seem critical or …………… while giving advice that would protect him JUDGE
from ridicule.
9. I found him very arrogant and …………….. OPINION
10. Does TV …………… people to violence? SENSE
11. An absolute truth is an ……………. and permanent fact. ALTER
12. These two words are almost ……………. CHANGE
13. Bus route 51 is being ………….. CONTINUE
14. The British …………. to the metric system took place in the 1970s. CONVERT
15. The west coast main line has been …………….. ELECTRIC
16. That was the start of an ………….. friendship. ENDURE
17. I was ready to leave everything behind and start ……….. in California. NEW
18. Works of art were lost, many of them ……………... PLACE
19. My secretary will phone to ………….. the appointment. ARRANGE
20. For some …………… reason, he felt depressed. EXPLAIN
21. Abortion is an issue which produces little …………… argument. REASON
22. It was ………… of her not to tell you where she was going. THINK
23. She accepted that she had acted …………. and mistakenly. WISE
24. Rosie stared in ………….. BELIEVE
25. She's just being childish and ……………. MATURE
26. The catfish is …………. to a wide range of water conditions. ADAPT
27. New technology is going to ……………… everything we do. REVOLT
28. He had …………….. friends. INFLUENCE
29. The seats are fully ……………. ADJUST
30. Happily, it was all dealt with very ……………. by the police and security people. CAPABLE