Word form exercise: CONTEXT

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

CONTEXT: the situation or setting in which something takes place, which helps to explain the event

See the Macmillan Dictionary definition of CONTEXT here.

Example sentence:

I know what he said, but you need to think about the context in which he said it.

The different forms of the word CONTEXT are:

noun: context(s),

verb: contextualise

adjective: contextualised / uncontextualised / contextual

adverb: contextually

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