Grammar - information and contents
This exercise practises nouns and verbs which are spelt the same but are pronounced differently. The nouns are always stressed on the first syllable and the verbs are always stressed on the second. Read the sentences and put the correct words in the gaps in the correct form. The meanings of the related words are usually, but not always, similar. Indicate whether they are nouns or verbs by writing n or v after the word in the box, e.g. to use "conduct" as a noun, write: .
conduct, contact, finance, impact, increase, object, present, prospect, rebel, refuse, survey, upset