The Correct Form
This Word Formation worksheet is designed for students to practice their vocabulary skills by finding the correct form of a word from the provided word box to complete each sentence. Each sentence has a blank space where a word from the word box should be correctly transformed and inserted to make sense. The word box includes base forms of verbs, nouns, and adjectives such as “use,” “comfort,” and “create.” Students are expected to use these words in their correct grammatical form (like “used,” “comfortable,” or “creative”) to fill in the blanks in the sentences.
The primary objective of this worksheet is to enhance students’ understanding of different word forms in English and their proper usage in context. It teaches students to identify when a word should be used as a noun, verb, adjective, or adverb based on the sentence structure. This exercise helps improve their grammar skills by requiring them to modify the base form of the word to fit grammatically within the sentence. Furthermore, it promotes vocabulary expansion by encouraging students to learn not just the meaning of words but also their various derivative forms.