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Study the word list: Homework 16.09.16

A-I Suffix ate, ately, ated, ative, ation

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His clothes were appropriate for the weather. *
He was dressed appropriately for the weather. *
It is hard to concentrate in a noisy room. *
I concentrated very hard. *
He was concentrating very hard. *
I dehydrated when I did not drink enough. *
Dehydration is when a lot of water is lost from your body. *
The coach will demonstrate how to score a goal. *
The coach demonstrated how to score a goal. *
The pupil displayed demonstrative behaviour. *
Mrs Seabourne was demonstrating how to cook. *
You can hydrate your body by drinking water. *
To combine chemically with water is called hydration. *
It was hot, so Josh drank loads of fluid to keep hydrated. *
The troop of soldiers were told to cease fire immediately.
The boy tried to incrimante the girl by telling the teacher. *
The robber was incriminated by the evidence. *
The police investigate all crimes. *
The science investigation was exciting. *
In our last experiment, we investigated what caused air to expand. *

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