Interchange of Parts of Speech: PDF

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Adjective Adverb Noun Verb
Able Ably Ability Enable
He is not able to do any job.
She controlled the meeting very ably.
He has the ability to handle any job.
Only teamwork will enable us to get the job done on time
Abhorrent (inspiring disgust and loathing) - Abhorrence Abhor
Because I find violence abhorrent, I rarely watch action movies
My abhorrence of racism makes me avoid people with racist attitudes
We abhor violence against others and respect everyone
Abundant Abundantly Abundance -
While we seem to have an abundant water supply on the planet, we must be careful to not deplete it.
It is both cheap and abundantly available.
The abundance of money ruins youth.
- - Abandonment Abandon
The abandonment of the island followed nuclear tests in the area.
The captain gave the order to abandon ship.
- - Abatement (ending or subsiding.) Abate
This trend shows no sign of abatement.
They waited for the crowd's fury to abate.
- - Abbreviation Abbreviate
Nursing records must be written without abbreviation.
I decided to abbreviate my stay in Cambridge
- - Abdication Abdicate
The king announced abdication, but the tribal leaders opposed the king's will.
Many parents simply abdicate all responsibility for their children.
- - Abduction & abductor Abduct
Detectives are questioning a woman about the child's abduction.
The Police hurried to untangle the remaining children barred by the abductor.
The police caught the terrorist who abducted the girl for ransom.
Abnormal Abnormally Abnormality -
An abnormal climate stunted the crops.
Their departure was hastened by an abnormally cold winter.
The X-rays showed some slight abnormality.
- - Abortion Abort
Abortion is a highly controversial issue.
The decision was made to abort the mission.
Absent - Absence & absentee Absent
I was absent once or twice.
There was only one absentee because everybody knew the meeting was very important.
He is an absent-minded girl.
Absolute Absolutely - -
He was filled with absolute terror at the sight.
I was absolutely staggered when I saw the bill.
Abrupt Abruptly Abruptness -
Our conversation came to an abrupt end when George burst into the room.
She left the room abruptly without explanation.
Their abruptness and improbability made us sick.
Absurd Absurdly Absurdity -
Instead of completing your assignment, you come up with the absurd excuse that your dog ate your homework.
Prices were still absurdly low, in his opinion.
To believe that the earth is flat is an absurdity.
Abusive - Abuse abuse
You should find a way to escape from that abusive relationship as soon as possible.
His body took a lot of abuse during the fight.
Her husband abused her for two years.
Acceptable Acceptably Acceptance & Acceptability Accept
He has overstepped the bounds of acceptable behavior.
Which situations can be acceptably handled without root cause analysis?
Alternative medicines are now winning greater acceptance among doctors.
If you are in any doubt regarding the acceptability of your qualifications you should not hesitate to contact the faculty for advice.
I will accept the job offer if the salary is enough to live on.
Accessible - Accessibility Access
Unfortunately alcohol is quite accessible to underage college students.
Two new roads are being built to increase accessibility to the town centre.
Only authorized personnel have access to the computer system.
Abominable (Terrible) Abominably Abomination Abominate
Last year’s record final record was abominable.
Chloe has behaved abominably.
The politician saw the other party as an abomination and despised the group with all of his heart.
As a diehard golf fan, Josh is unwilling to date anyone who claims to abominate the sport.
- - Accommodation Accommodate
The government will provide temporary accommodation for up to three thousand people.
When the new prison is built, it will accommodate eight hundred inmates.
Accomplished - Accomplishment Accomplish
His personality was what made him an accomplished salesman.
Tara’s doctor agreed that losing fifty pounds in a year was quite an accomplishment
You can accomplish anything if you believe in it.
- - Accordance Accord
Behave in accordance with what is expected of your age.
Because all the members were already in accord, the council decided to cancel the meeting.
Accountable - Accountant, Accountancy & Account Account
The boy lied because he didn’t want to be held accountable for breaking his neighbor’s window
I need to hire an accountant.
Accountancy, law and economics are pivotal to a successful career in any financial services area.
The increase in carbon dioxide emissions may account for changes in the climate.
Accumulative - Accumulation Accumulate
The school has since shifted to an accumulative marking system.
Her only interest was the accumulation of money.
As people accumulate more wealth, they tend to spend a greater proportion of their incomes.
Accurate Accurately Accuracy -
The brochure tries to give a fair and accurate description of each hotel.
The machine can accurately locate radioactive material.
He aimed at accuracy and perfection.
Achievable - Achievement Achieve
A realistic plan sets achievable targets against which progress can be monitored.
Achievement provides the only real pleasure in life.
They could not achieve their target of less than 3% inflation.
Acquisitive Acquisitively Acquisition Acquire
My brother’s acquisitive nature has caused him to accumulate a huge amount of debt
The company has little firepower to grow acquisitively.
The business acquisition meant that it would be merging with a smaller enterprise.
You will need a great deal of money to acquire the valuable painting
Adaptable - Adaptability & Adaptation Adapt
He needed an adaptable cord that would plug into the wall
Adaptability is essential to survival in a changing environment.
The book described the adaptation of desert species to the hot conditions.
You should adapt yourself to the new class.
Absurd Absurdly Absurdity -
Instead of completing your assignment, you come up with the absurd excuse that your dog ate your homework.
He brags absurdly about his horse.
The absurdity of the situation made everyone laugh.
Adequate Adequately Adequacy -
We had adequate food and drink for a week's journey
Vitamin B 6 must be adequately supplied.
The adequacy of the security arrangements has been questioned.
Admirable Admirably Admiration Admire
The book is admirable in respect of style.
Joe coped admirably with a difficult situation.
Over the years her work has compelled universal admiration and trust
When I was young, I admired clever people
Admissible - Admissibility Admission & Admittance Admit
The court ruled that the evidence was admissible.
There were many controversies over the issues of admissibility in the international court of justice.
She failed to gain admission to the University of her choice
There is no admittance without a pass.
They freely admit they still have a lot to learn.
Adoptive - Adoption Adopt
He is the adoptive father of his wife's three children.
The baby was put up for adoption.
We will adopt their suggestions in mass.
Adorable Adorably Adoration Adore
She has the most adorable two-year-old girl.
The toddler behaved adorably.
He gazed at her with pure adoration.
We adore them for their generosity.
Adverse Adversely Adversity -
The match was cancelled due to adverse weather conditions.
Nicotine adversely affects the functioning of the heart and arteries.
Adversity makes a man wise, not rich.
Affable Affably Affability -
Mandeep was an affable, free-spirited man.
Mary took the instructions affably.
His affability conduces to success as a salesman.
Affirmative Affirmatively Affirmation Affirm
Allowing the appeal automatically indicates an affirmative answer to the third certified question.
The teacher responded affirmatively to the question that student put forward.
The ministers issued an affirmation of his faith in the system.
There are moral standards that we must affirm for our children.
Affluent - Affluence -
It's a fallacy that the affluent give relatively more to charity than the less prosperous.
Their affluence is apparent.
Aimless Aimlessly Aim Aim
He led an aimless life.
He just drifts aimlessly from job to job.
Living without an aim is like sailing without a compass.
He aimed at a bird
Alarming Alarmingly Alarm Aarm
Their debts mounted with alarming rapidity.
Unpaid bills began to pile up alarmingly.
The alarm kept ringing.
He was alarmed by an officer.
Alleged Allegedly Allegation Allege
The alleged rapists were brought to court.
He was allegedly confined in a narrow, dark room for two months.
Have you any evidence to support this allegation?
The police allege that the man was murdered but they have given no proof.
Alluring - Allure & Allurement Allure
She was wearing an alluring dress at Sam's dinner party
It held no allure for me.
The allurement of character animation lies in vivid motion performance.
The coloured posters allured the children into the theatre.
Allusive - Allusion Allude
Her allusive style is difficult to follow.
His statement was seen as an allusion to the recent drug-related killings.
I didn't allude to anybody or anything.
Ambiguous Ambiguously Ambiguity -
This agreement is very ambiguous and open to various interpretations.
This phenomenon is ambiguously defined in your paper.
There is a degree of ambiguity in this statement.
Ambitious Ambitiously Ambition -
He was an ambitious man with a strong personality.
She pursued her goals ambitiously.
His greatest ambition is to sail around the globe.
Amiable Amiably Amiability -
We have a very amiable companionship.
Atheists and theists live together peacefully and amiably in this country.
I found his amiability charming.
Amicable Amicably Amicability -
The meeting ended on reasonably amicable terms.
They lived together amicably for several years.
Receive customers with a smile. amicability attracts them
Amusing - Amusement Amuse
She keeps a store of amusing stories in her head.
There was a note of amusement in her voice.
I often amuse myself by reading.
Annoying - Annoyance Annoy
My annoying brother never lets me study.
I felt annoyance at being teased.
She annoyed me with her constant chatter.
Anxious Anxiously Anxiety -
She was extremely anxious about her exams.
Nina chewed her lower lip anxiously.
Her anxiety mounted month by month .
Apologetic  Apologetically Apology apologise
She gave me an apologetic smile.
He spoke apologetically about his past.
You owe him an apology for what you said.
Appalling Appallingly - Appal
They have been living under the most appalling conditions for two months.
The number of casualties was appallingly high in both wars.
Bankers are appalled at the economic incompetence of some ministers
Applicable - Applicability -
The offer is only applicable to bookings for double rooms.
The new approach had wide applicability to all sorts of different problems.
Appreciative Appreciatively Appreciation Appreciate
The company was very appreciative of my efforts.
She smiled appreciatively at him.
She shows little or no appreciation of good music.
We would appreciate an early reply.
Apprehensive Apprehension Apprehend
He felt apprehensive about going home.
They were filled with apprehension as they approached the building.
I am unable to apprehend your reasons.
Appropriate  appropriately Appropriateness -
This isn’t an appropriate time to discuss your problems.
Volunteers need to be approachable, calm, and able to respond appropriately
Some staff members question the appropriateness of this practice
Arguable & argumentative arguably Argument Argue
This account contains many arguable statements.
She is quite opinionated and very argumentative.
He enforced his argument by adding details.
They argue that the membership of the Council does not reflect the racial make-up of the city.
Arrogant Arrogantly Arrogance -
She found him arrogant and domineering.
The authorities had behaved arrogantly
His confidence was misread as arrogance.
Artificial Artificially Artificiality -
The new dam will form a large artificial lake behind it.
The gadget is used to artificially inseminate cows.
The country's musical artificiality and stagnant stupidity undermine the development of its youth.
Assertive Assertively Assertion Assert
Women have become more assertive in the past decade.
The best way to behave is to act assertively.
He was correct in his assertion that the minister had been lying.
I really must assert myself more in meetings.
Assiduous Assiduously Assiduity -
He was assiduous in his attendance at church.
They labour assiduously for the benefit of future generations.
Without assiduity and effort, the patient will never walk again

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