Word formation – Set 1

Read the five sentences below. The same base word is missing from each sentence, but in different forms. Please note that in most cases several words can correctly complete one of the sentences, but there is only one base word that you can use in all five sentences. Enter the correct form of this word to complete each sentence.

1) I much locally made ale to the kind made by the big breweries.

2) Francis thought marmalade on toast was to strawberry jam.

3) I would like to travel to Europe next spring, to Italy.

4) Joseph likes playing football, but Lawrence’s is baseball.

5) Some of the parents of the other kids on the team believe the coach has been giving treatment to his own son.