Word formation and responding sympathetically

New Cutting Edge Upper Module 2

Your partner will talk as long as they can about one of the topics below. React but don’t interrupt, then ask questions at the end.

 A success

 An example of real friendship

 An experience of a self-centred person

 An experience of aggression

 An experience of bad behaviour

 An experience of being overconfident

 An experience of being persistent

 An experience of being under pressure

 An experience of something that was unpopular

 An experience of boredom

 An experience of criticism

 An experience of dishonesty

 An experience of excitement

 An experience of finding the right balance

 An experience of frustration

 An experience of inefficiency

 An experience of loneliness

 An experience of membership of something

 An experience of overspending

 An experience of stress

 An experience of trying a diet

 An experience of trying to improve your physical fitness/ health

 An experience of trying to relax

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Without looking above, see if you can remember these affixes.

 An example of real friend______

 An experience of a self-centre____ person

 An experience of aggress_____

 An experience of bad behave_____

 An experience of being persist_____

 An experience of being under press_____

 An experience of bore_____

 An experience of critic_____

 An experience of dishonest____

 An experience of excite_____

 An experience of frustrate____

 An experience of inefficien____

 An experience of lonel____

 An experience of member____ of something

 An experience of overspend____

 An experience of trying to improve your physical fit_____

What did you do while you were listening to your partner? What other similar sounds, words and phrases could you have used?

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Related pages

Cutting Edge Upper page

Conversational reactions page

Word formation page

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