How can you tell when a word is a noun or an adjective? This exercise helps you with the words which are commonly tested in the Use of English paper of the University of Cambridge FCE exam.
Typical noun endings are -ty (safety / difficulty); -y (jealousy / envy); -ion (television / ambition)
Typical adjective endings are -y (healthy / lucky / happy); -ous (ambitious / jealous)
Typical adverb endings are -ly (unexpectedly / happily)
Choose the correct answer.
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