Word form exercise: CONSIST

This page will improve your understanding and use of the different word forms of CONSIST

CONSIST:  See the Macmillan Dictionary definition of CONSIST here.

The most common form is CONSISTENT, which is an adjective meaning unchanging, constant in the number, quality, attitude or behaviour

Example sentence:

The number of graduates has been fairly consistent over the past few years.

The different forms of the word CONSIST are:

noun: concept(s) / conception(s) / conceptualisation(s)

verb: conceptualise

adverb: conceptually

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