Word form exercise: ECONOMY
This page will improve your understanding and use of the different word forms of ECONOMY
The different forms of the word ECONOMY are:
noun: economy / economies
nouns (person): economist
adjective: economic, economical, uneconomic, uneconomical
Note: there is a difference in meaning and usage between the two adjectives economic and economical.
Economic = to do with economics. Economic growth is slowing due to Brexit.
Economical = not costing a lot of money, saving money. Cycling is a more economical mode of transport than driving.
Uneconomic = not a good use of money, a inefficient use of money. It's uneconomic to give people high pay increases.
You can see a list of other word form exercises on this page here.
You can see my article about word form here.