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DERIVATION. Verbes dérivés. -en: heighten , strengthen , broaden En- : encourage, enclose Dis- : disturb , disrupt , discourage , disclose Mis-: misremember , misunderstand Out-: outlive , outnumber , outperform Under-: underestimate , underachieve , underrate

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verbes d riv s
Verbes dérivés
  • -en: heighten, strengthen, broaden
  • En- : encourage, enclose
  • Dis- : disturb, disrupt, discourage, disclose
  • Mis-: misremember, misunderstand
  • Out-: outlive, outnumber, outperform
  • Under-: underestimate, underachieve, underrate
  • A-: arise, astonish, account
  • Be-: befall, become
  • Fore-: foresee; foretell, foreshadow
formation d adjectifs d riv s
Formation d’adjectifs dérivés
  • -ous: dangerouscriminals
  • -ic: specificphobias, chronicdiseases, psychichealth
  • -ical: pathologicalbehaviors
  • -ful: powerfulemotions, frightfulexperiences
  • -less: remainspeechless, a hopeless situation
  • -able: treatablediseases, predictable patterns
  • - ate: innateabilities, immediateresponses
  • -ory: inhibitoryneurotransmitter
  • -ive: defensivebehavior
  • -ing: a frighteningpredicament
  • -some: a irksome attitude
  • -ish: foolish attitudes
adjectifs d riv s pr fixes
Adjectifs dérivés: préfixes
  • Un-: an unpleasant conversation, an uncomfortable position, an unnaturalemotion
  • Dis-: a disturbingthought, a disabledperson
traduisez les groupes nominaux suivants
Traduisez les groupes nominaux suivants
  • Un patient désemparé (help)
  • Des évènements incontrôlables
  • Une expérience douloureuse (pain)
  • Des rituels répétitifs
  • Une vie professionnelle tracassante (worry)
  • Une phobie affaiblissante (debilitate)
  • Une perception accrue (high) de la réalité
  • Un comportement dérangeant
  • Des regards menaçants (threat)
noms d riv s
Noms dérivés
  • -ness: loneliness, naughtiness
  • -tion: disruption
  • -hood: adulthood, womanhood, brotherhood, likelihood
  • -dom: boredom, freedom
  • -ship: showmanship
  • -ing: sweating, trembling, misunderstanding
  • Mis-: misconceptions, misunderstanding
traduisez les phrases suivantes
Traduisez les phrases suivantes:

Son anxiété chronique résultait d’expériences terrifiantes et déstabilisantes (settle).

Ses réactions étaient aussi imprévisibles (see) qu’incontôlables.

Elle cachait ses faiblesses (weak) et son malaise (easy).

Toute situation imprévue (predict ou expect) déclenchait des émotions désagréables, des sueurs et des changements physiologiques.

De terribles (dread) accidents étaient à l’origine de visions cauchemardesques.

Son manque de confiance en eux s’aggravait.

adverbes de mani re
Adverbes de manière
  • Suffixe –ly

Insert some of the adverbsbelow in the sentences.

Unexpectedly – Virtually – knowingly -Uncounsciously – carelessly - unwaveringly

Shetook to spying on herneighbours.

He talked to hisco-workers, displayingunduescorn.

Theyrefused help and avoided people.

Paranoid people exaggeratethreats.

He accusedhiswife of attempting to murderhim.

Shepersecuted all heremployees.



Full, cause, sparkungroundedfear

Growing, mountingfear







use a derivative to fill in the blanks
Use a derivative to fill in the blanks.

Fear is a ……………… (distress) emotion induced by a perceived threat.

It is a basic ……………. (survive) mechanism occurring in response to a specific stimulus.

Fear is related to the specific behaviors of escape and ………………. (avoid), whereas anxiety is the result of threats which are perceived to be ……………… (control) or (avoid).

Fear almost always relates to future events, such as ………………….. (worse) of a situation, or continuation of a situation that is ………………….. (accept).