CAMBRIDGE CAE - USE OF ENGLISH - PART 3
WORD FORMATION - EXAM 1
For questions 1 - 10, read the text below. Use the word given in capitals to form a word that fits in the gap.
Use only 1 word in each gap, and type your answer in CAPITAL LETTERS.
Example: (0) = ' UNUSAL '.
Turn a hobby into a business
It is not (0) to make a hobby pay for itself even if initially you had no (1) of turning it into a business.
Depending upon the hobby, the necessary (2) can be expensive and the idea of (3) offering items up for sale can at the very least help pay for the hobby.
For those looking to make a profit on their (4) these days an audience for products can range from the local to the truly global. Some hobbyists begin by donating a piece of work to a (5) sale just to see how quickly and (6) it sells.
Local shops can be the next outlet for items, often the step taken by those making things like hand-made greetings cards for instance. And for the truly ambitious, websites like eBay enable the hobbiest to reach a (7) audience.
As with any business idea, an honest (8) should be undertaken regarding the demand for the work and the price the customer is prepared to pay in (9)
However, do not forget the degree of personal (10) as well.
- (0) USUAL
- (1) INTEND
- (2) EQUIP
- (3) OCCASION
- (4) CREATE
- (5) CHARITY
- (6) PROFIT
- (7) WORLD
- (8) APPRAISE
- (9) REAL
- (10) SATISFY