Word Forms Practice 01

English is a beautiful yet complicated language. There are millions of words and counting. For non-native English speakers, especially those in the beginner and elementary levels, word formation and its usage are difficult and confusing.

So, I thought of personal language meme called word tickle. The aim is to tickle the brain by using word in different forms in just one sentence.

To start with, let’s have the following:

beauty (noun)    –   The qualities that give pleasure to the senses 

beautiful (adjective)  – Delighting the senses or exciting intellectual or emotional admiration

beautify (verb) – Make more beautiful

beautifully (adverb) – In a beautiful manner

beautification (noun) – The act of making something more beautiful

Teacher Tya’s sentence:

The beautiful Maria beautifies the garden by hiring a dozen of gardeners who will bring out the beauty of the flowers which are beautifully hidden in the weeds that need beautification.

Now, it’s your turn. Take the challenge and write your sentence in the comment form.

Till next time!


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One Response to “Word Forms Practice 01”

  1. Elena says:

    Beautiful car drives across a beautifully designed treat near painters who beautifies corner that needed immediately beautification. It was a part of whole cities beauty.

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