You will learn to listen and talk about Australian and its main cities/attractions.
You will learn about word formation and practise forming abstract nouns.
Read the theory, then use the suffixes to form nouns from the words in capitals.
Forming abstract nouns
We use the following suffixes to form some abstract nouns in English:
⦁ noun + -hood (neighbour ― neighbourhood), -ship (friend ― friendship)
⦁ adjective + -ity (creative ― creativity), -ness (friendly ― friendliness), -ment (employ ― employment)
⦁ verb + -age (carry ― carriage), -ation (attract ― attraction)
1) I could not read well during my (CHILD).
2) I want your (FRIEND).
3) He is a doctor of great (ABLE).
4) Eating too much cake was a major of his (WEAK).
5) I need to make an with my doctor (APPOINT).