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Type the negative form of these nouns. Use the correct prefix. The explanations will help you.


1. potency – ( = the quality of lacking strength or power; being weak and feeble, an inability to have sex)
2. possibility – ( = inability of existing or occurring, an alternative that is not available)
3. piety – ( = a lack of respect, especially for God or religion)
4. patience – ( = a lack of patience; irritation with anything that causes delay)
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5. order – ( = a disturbance of normal functioning, a mess when things are not in their expected places)
6. morality – ( = morally objectionable behaviour)
7. mobility – ( = the quality of not moving or not being able to move)
8. mobilisation – ( = breaking up a military unit by transfers or discharges)
9. literacy – ( = an inability to read, ignorance resulting from not reading)
10. legitimacy – ( = the status of being born to parents who were not married)
11. legibility – ( = writing, print or handwriting that cannot be read)
12. legality – ( = the state of not being legal, unlawfulness by virtue of violating some legal statute)
13. hydration – ( = dryness resulting from the removal of water)
14. harmony – ( = a lack of harmony, a disagreement and unpleasantness between people)
15. favour – ( = the state of being out of favour, a feeling of dislike or disapproval)
16. content – ( = a longing for something better than the present situation)
17. compression – ( = relieving pressure, restoring compressed information to its normal form for use or display)
18. comfort – ( = the state of being tense and feeling pain, an uncomfortable feeling in some part of the body)
19. belief – ( = doubt about the truth of something, a rejection of belief)
20. advantage – ( = the quality of having a worse or less favourable position)


1. He makes these modest statements of his own brilliance.
2. He was short and overweight and generally fairly attractive.
3. He's a good teacher, but inclined to be a bit patient with slow learners.
4. He's been honest in his dealings with us.
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5. His sisters thought that his autobiography was loyal to the family.
6. I love high heels but they're rather practical.
7. It is an logical statement, because if one part is true, then the other must be false.
8. It is polite to point at people.
9. It was possible to sleep because of the noise.
10. It's totally rational, but I'm frightened of mice.
11. Lucy came back from holiday in France with a trendy symmetric haircut.
12. Prostitution is legal in some countries.
13. She was accused of having pure thoughts about her male students.
14. She's certain whether to go to Australia or not.
15. The benefits from pure research are often direct.
16. The new house is not similar to our old one except that it's a bit bigger.
17. The organization insists that it is political and does not identify with any one particular party.
18. The ownership of the painting remains clear.
19. We're living in an perfect world.
20. Whether the book is well or badly written is material to me - it has an important message.

1. type ( = someone paid to operate a typewriter)
2. science ( = a person with advanced knowledge of one or more sciences)
3. saxophone ( = a musician who plays the saxophone)
4. psychiatry ( = a physician who specializes in psychiatry)
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5. poetry ( = a writer of poems)
6. parliament ( = an elected member of the British Parliament: a member of the House of Commons)
7. paediatrics ( = a specialist in caring for babies and children)
8. magic ( = someone who performs 'magic tricks' to enertain an audience, one who practices magic or sorcery)
9. library ( = a professional person trained in library science and engaged in library services)
10. journal ( = a writer for newspapers and magazines)
11. guitar ( = a musician who plays the guitar)
12. engine ( = a technical expert who uses technical knowledge to solve practical problems)
13. education ( = a specialist in the theory of education)
14. drink (= a chronic drinker, someone who is intoxicated)
15. comedy ( = a professional performer who tells jokes and performs comic acts)
16. column ( = a journalist who writes editorials)
17. chemistry ( = a scientist who specializes in chemistry)
18. capitalism ( = an advocate of capitalism)
19. business ( = a person engaged in commercial or industrial business)
20. anarchy ( = an advocate of anarchism)