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Word Formation - (C1) Advanced Certificate of English

For Questions 1-8, read the text below. Use the word given in capitals to form a word that fits in the gap. There is an example at the beginning (0).

A different cuisine

Poland has a (0) LONG (LENGTH) tradition of delicious meals and visitors are sure to eat well during a visit to the country. In addition to undergoing a (1) ............ (REVIVE) in its country of origin, Polish cuisine is also finding many new fans, (2) ............ (ENTHUSE) singing its praises in foreign countries. Polish cuisine is dominated by meats, mainly pork, chicken and beef. Breaded pork cutlets are a national dish, as are kielbasa sausages (which come in a number of (3) ............ (VARY) including white) and thin slices of beef wrapped around various stuffings. Semicircular filled dumplings known as pierogi may be filled with shredded cabbage, potato or meat. Meals are (4) ............ (COMMON) served with boiled potatoes, rice, noodles or buckwheat. (5) ............ (USUAL) the serving of vegetables include shredding them and serving with lemon and sugar - and of course the ever present sauerkraut cabbage. A (6) ............ (POPULAR) believed myth is that vegetables were introduced to Polish cuisine during the reign of Sigismund I and his Italian Queen Bona at (7) ............ (BEGIN) the of the 16th century. Whilst their Italian cooks popularised lettuce, celeriac and other greens, there exists much earlier evidence of vegetables being used in cooking. In Poland, it is (8) ............ (TRADITION) for a meal to end with gingerbread, poppy-seed cakes, or sweet pancakes.

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