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Noun form of the verb

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"We need to decide where to go. This is an important decision."

In this sentence the highlighted verb is decide and the noun form of the verb is decision.

Today, I'd like you to take a look at the sentences below. Complete each sentence with a noun. Always use the noun form of the verb given in brackets. Don't use any -ing words.

Noun and adjective forms

Parts of speech

Noun and Adjective Guide

  • 1 - (choose) Take whichever you like. It's your .
  • 2 - (refuse) Their came as a big surprise.
  • 3 - (deliver) They offer free to this area.
  • 4 - (rob) The took place at around midnight.
  • 5 - (disappoint) Book early to avoid .
  • 6 - (fail) They haven't experienced like this before.
  • 7 - (produce) Oil is an important part of the country's economy.
  • 8 - (confuse) There seems to be a lot as to what these results mean.
  • 9 - (manage) This project will need careful .
  • 10 - (complicate) If there is no , we can continue.