a) words with the stress on the first syllable:
influence, merely, therefore, equal, basically, willingness, preference, weigh, heavily, household, income, maximize, possible, budget, impact, effort, concept, specify, quantity, purchase, demonstrate, upward, revenue, temporary, permanent, obviously, compromise, variable, calculus, relative, offset, volume, vertical, curve, substitute;
b) words with the stress on the second syllable:
society, allow, consume, conventional, determine, afford, demand, behavior, desire, ability, condition, affect, decision, utility, consider, significant, analogous, depending, amount, available, effective, relationship, efficient, forgo, consumption, increase, equipment, facilities, responding, impose, necessity, incentive;
c)polysyllabic words with the main and secondary stress:
economic, competition, microeconomics, combination, independently, represent, fundamental, correlation, allocation, opportunity, unexpected, equilibrium, individual, fluctuation, inelastic.
B. Word formation
Ex. 3. Make up adjectives as in the model.
Model: noun+suffix -(c)ialor -(t)ial→ adjective
e.g. society - social
Adverb, commerce, essence, face, race, finance, potency, credence, prudence, president, torrent.
The first dialogue is an example. | Using the above dialogues as a model, explain how to get to your university or home by underground or bus, on foot, by street name or nearby landmarks. | Ex.1. Define the tense forms in the sentences and translate them into Ukrainian. | Ex.9. Choose suitable time expressions and put them in the correct position. | Ex.12. Put the verbs in brackets into the most suitable form (affirmative, negative or interrogative). Make other necessary changes. | Ex.15. Make up 10 tag questions, using phrases in Ex. 12. Give short answers. | Ex.18. Think of suitable verbs to complete the sentences. Look at the example provided. | Ex.23. Translate into English. | Ex.31. Choose an appropriate phrase from the box below and complete each sentence (1-6). | Ex.33. Choose the best option. |